Internet & the Internet Technology. Content. Historical Development of the Internet and the WWW Making Connections to Internet Types of Connection Introduction to TCP / IP IP Address Domain Name and Domain Name Server (DNS). Historical Development of the Internet and the WWW.
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Content • Historical Development of the Internet and the WWW • Making Connections to Internet • Types of Connection • Introduction to TCP / IP • IP Address • Domain Name and Domain Name Server (DNS)
Historical Development of the Internet and the WWW • Internet = world wide system of millions of computers connected by communication networks • History : • In 1969, a project called APRANET • by the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) of the US Department of Defense..
Aim : to provide communication network that would enable messages transmission even if the country was under military attack • Connected only 4 computers at various Universities in USA • connected by telephone lines • to create a network called ARPANET • have great benefits on • electronic mailing system • share information and notes
In 1985, the National Science Foundation Network (NSFNET) • linking more supercomputers • NSFNET served as a high-speed communications backbone for the internet until 1995 • the World Wide Web (WWW, 3W) • invention : early 1990 • led to exponential growth of the internet • www <> internet
Summing up : • Internet • academic and • military purpose
Internet • is a system of computers, storage devices and connection • along with the software that allow people to use these connections • WWW • total collection of information available on that portion of the internet that contains linked hypertext documents
WWW • a world wide collection of hypertext documents (web pages) • contain links enabling users to navigate quickly to related documents • Require browser to view the hypertext documents (web pages) • first browser : Mosaic • then Netscape (Netscape Communicator) • & Internet Explorer