Intranets and Network Management

Part of the Progress in Computer Science and Applied Logic (PCS) book series (PCS, volume 24)


The origin of the Internet and TCP/IP protocol suite date back to 1969, when the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) funded a research and development project to create a packet-switched network, named the ARPANET. The aim was to demonstrate techniques to provide a heterogeneous, robust, and reliable data communications network. The ARPANET grew steadily as many research and educational institutions implemented the open protocols and connected to the network. The ARPANET has since evolved into the global network of networks that we know as the Internet and has continued to grow rapidly.


Network Monitoring Network Management Anomaly Detection Simple Network Management Protocol Network Management System 
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