April 21, 2004


ARPANET is the network that evolved into the internet. A piece of history I thought no longer existed except in documentation. Yet every once in a while I get hits from either .arpa or .arpanet IP addresses.

Anyone know who or what might be connected to these domains in this day and age???

Posted by William Blaze at April 21, 2004 11:58 AM | TrackBack

just about anyone, i have secondary arpanet definitions for several of my servers. usually you will find them coming from institutions that had arpanet histories.

Posted by: jeremy hunsinger on April 21, 2004 12:43 PM
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