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The DARPA internet protocol suite

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4 Author(s)
Leiner, Barry M. ; Corp. for National Research Initiatives, CA, USA ; Cole, R. ; Postel, J. ; Mills, D.

THE MILITARY requirement for computer communications between heterogeneous computers on heterogeneous networks has driven the development of a standard suite of protocols to permit such communications to take place in a robust and flexible manner. These protocols support an architecture consisting of multiple packet switched networks interconnected by gateways. The DARPA experimental internet system consists of satellite, terrestrial, radio, and local networks, all interconnected through a system of gateways and a set of common protocols.

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 3 )