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The Early Internet at Harvard: Scott Bradner

Mirjam Kühne — 14 Aug 2020
Scott Bradner was given his first email address in the 1970's, and his workstation was the gateway for all Internet connectivity at Harvard for some time. Join Donald Sharp and Russ White as Scott recounts the early days of networking at Harvard, including the installation of the first Cisco router, the origins of comparative performance testing and Interop, and the origins of the SHOULD, MUST, and MAY as they are used in IETF standards today.

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Photo: Wikipedia (author: Вени Марковски)



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