The Internet has been a familiar word for people of all ages, weaving into each home, becoming an indispensable means of work, daily life and entertainment of millions of millions of people around the world.
However, some of us know the time of formation, the development process to become the global Internet as it is today, its influence in life. This article brings us back in time to return to the early days of the Internet, to learn the important milestones of the Internet from 1960 to today.
In 1962, J.C.R. Licklider became the first Director of IPTO and launched his vision of a galaxy network. Also, with those ideas of Robert Taylor came up with the idea of networking that later became ARPANET. In the summer of 1968, the Network Working Group held its first meeting, hosted by Elmer Shapiro, at the Stanford Research Institute. Other attendees include Steve Carr, Steve Crocker, Jeff Rulifson and Ron Stoughton. During the meeting, the group discussed solving problems related to how the servers could communicate with each other.
First network notice and incident: On Friday, October 29, 1969, at 10:30 pm, the first Internet message was sent from the lab of Leonard KleinRock computer science professor at UCLA, after The second network device is installed at SRI. This connection not only allows for the first transmission, but is also considered the first Internet backbone.
The first message transmitted is “LO”, which is an attempt to type “LOGIN” by Charley S. Kline to log into the SRI computer from UCLA. However, the message cannot be completed because the SRI system fails. Immediately after the incident, the problem was resolved, and he was able to log into the computer.
Unix: Another important milestone of the Internet in the 1960s was the beginning of Unix: the operating system had a tremendous impact on the development of Linux and FreeBSD (the most popular operating systems running web servers). web hosting service today).