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[ih] how big was the host file
What caused the B6700 to be moved to UCSD?
On Thu, Feb 6, 2020 at 10:22 AM John Day via Internet-history <
internet-history at elists.isoc.org> wrote:
> I am pretty sure Illinois never had two hosts connected at the same time.
> I am guessing this was more reserving names.
> il-67 was probably a placeholder for the Burroughs 6700 but it was not put
> on the Net while it was at Illinois. Later it was connected when the
> machine was moved to UCSD.
> There was a PDP-11 connected. Later we might have had both a PDP-11/20 and
> a PDP-11/45 connected but I doubt it.
> For a while, there was a VDH to Purdue, but they eventually got their own
> I will have to do some checking.
> > On Feb 6, 2020, at 09:48, Lars Brinkhoff <lars at nocrew.org> wrote:
> > Craig Partridge wrote:
> >> ISI had three IMPs. SRI had three IMPs. SAC had two IMPs. ARPA had
> >> two. Those are additions to your list of Stanford, MIT, UCLA and BBN.
> > Not quite. They had multiple hosts on one IMP.
> > Here are some more. Excluding those with just an additional TIP.
> > cmu-10alt 116
> > cmu-cc 016
> > ll-67 012
> > ll-tsp 212
> > ll-tx2 112
> > parc-maxc 040
> > parc-vts 140
> > rand-csg 107
> > rand-rcc 007
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