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[ih] how big was the host file

Then I was wrong. 64 was just IMP numbers. Ports were separate.

How many IMPs have multiple hosts?  Stanford, MIT, BBN, UCLA, I know. Who else?


> On Feb 6, 2020, at 08:40, Lars Brinkhoff <lars at nocrew.org> wrote:
> John Day wrote:
>> Lars Brinkhoff wrote:
>>> An MIT hosts file from 1973 was 134 lines.
>> Why was it so large?
>> There certainly weren?t 134 hosts on the ?Net in 1973.  Wasn?t the
>> maximum number then still 64?
> Sorry, I see now the file has two lists.  The first list is in
> alphabetical order, and the second is in numerical-ish order.
> There are 66 unique host numbers, of which 14 are TIPs.