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Contemporary map of the entire Internet, circa late-1985/early-1986 (from a presentation given at the second IETF meeting, in April, 1986). The little squares are routers, the small ovals are sites/networks (some sites included more than one physical network), and the large shapes are long-haul backbones. No individual hosts are shown.

Produced by Bob Hinden of Bolt, Beranek and Newman, under US government contract (and so PD). See the image's talk page for email from Bob with more details about its creation.

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