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July 6, 2011

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Guest question from  raklodramA. Thanks sire!

Identify and connect.

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Answer:
Connect : 1st message sent via the Arpanet.

(1) First ARPANET IMP log: the first message ever sent via the ARPANET. This IMP Log excerpt, kept at UCLA, describes setting up a message transmission from the UCLA SDS Sigma 8 Host computer to the SRI SDS 940 Host computer

(2) The first message on the ARPANET was sent by UCLA student programmer Charley Kline, at 10:30 p.m, on October 29, 1969 from Boelter Hall 3420. Supervised by Prof. Leonard Kleinrock, Kline transmitted from the university’s SDS Sigma 7 Host computer to the Stanford Research Institute’s SDS 940 Host computer.

Quoting Rahulk

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27 Responses to “IMP”

  1. grey_matters

    Host to Host communication by the SDS Sigma 7. Connect is first message sent via ARPANET


  2. rickde
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    First log of the first message ever sent over the ARPANET.
    The First IMP was at UCLA with the HOST as SIGMA 7 computer which sent the message to Stanford’s SDS-940.The first communication test between these two systems took place on October 29, 1969 when a login to the SRI machine was attempted. Thus Internet was born.


  3. ARPANET

    pic1: First ARPANET IMP log: the first message ever sent via the ARPANET, 10:30 PM, October 29, 1969. This IMP Log excerpt, kept at UCLA, describes setting up a message transmission from the UCLA SDS Sigma 8 Host computer to the SRI SDS 940 Host computer

    pic2: First diagram for the networking of ARPANET
    HOST Sigma7


  4. Raghuvansh
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    ARPANET Imp log and node map.


  5. KK
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    Sigma 7 mainframe computers and ARPANET.


  6. Sumanth Patlolla
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    First arpanet imp log – this IMP Log excerpt, kept at UCLA, describes setting up a message transmission from the UCLA SDS Sigma 8 Host computer to the SRI SDS 940 Host computer.

    The first message on the ARPANET was sent by UCLA student programmer Charley Kline, at 10:30 p.m, on October 29, 1969 from Boelter Hall 3420.


  7. anurag

    1. First ARPANET IMP(Interface Message Processor) log,
    showing the successful connection to SRI
    2. Diagram of the first 2 nodes on the ARPANET


  8. Bharath
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    Connect is ARPANET

    From wiki,
    Ist pic:
    First ARPANET IMP log: the first message ever sent via the ARPANET, 10:30 PM, October 29, 1969. This IMP Log excerpt, kept at UCLA, describes setting up a message transmission from the UCLA SDS Sigma 8 Host computer to the SRI SDS 940 Host computer.

    2nd pic:

    Diagram of the first 2 nodes on the ARPANET


  9. Dibyo
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    this is the first arpanet – the schematic and the IMP usage log


  10. ARPANET.
    1. log of the first message sent via ARPANET.
    2. diagram of the first two nodes on the ARPANET


  11. shrik
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    The first message ever sent via the ARPANET, transmitted from UCLA’s SDS Sigma 7 Host computer to the Stanford Research Institute’s SDS 940 Host computer.


  12. shenoyvarun86
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    Apranet


  13. shenoyvarun86
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    Apranets 4 node diagram


  14. username
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    1. First ARPANET IMP log: the first message ever sent via the ARPANET, 10:30 PM, October 29, 1969. This IMP Log excerpt, kept at UCLA, describes setting up a message transmission from the UCLA SDS Sigma 8 Host computer to the SRI SDS 940 Host computer

    2. Diagram of the first 2 nodes on the ARPANET


  15. shrey

    First message sent over ARPANET


  16. Rogi
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    Log of the first message sent over ARPANET and a diagram of the idea for ARPANET.

    So… ARPANET?


  17. Ananth
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    1) First ARPANET IMP Log
    2) HOST and 7 are blacked out

    First ARPANET message transimitted from UCLA to SRI.


  18. first pic-log of the first mesg sent over the ARPANET…
    second pic-Diagram of the first two nodes on the ARPANET..


  19. s m muneer ali
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    First message sent through ARPANET adn node map.


  20. Rahulk
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    Connect : 1st message sent via the Arpanet.

    (1) First ARPANET IMP log: the first message ever sent via the ARPANET. This IMP Log excerpt, kept at UCLA, describes setting up a message transmission from the UCLA SDS Sigma 8 Host computer to the SRI SDS 940 Host computer

    (2) The first message on the ARPANET was sent by UCLA student programmer Charley Kline, at 10:30 p.m, on October 29, 1969 from Boelter Hall 3420. Supervised by Prof. Leonard Kleinrock, Kline transmitted from the university’s SDS Sigma 7 Host computer to the Stanford Research Institute’s SDS 940 Host computer.


  21. jowens
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    Log of first Internet connection at UCLA (“talked to SRI, host to host”); the SDS Sigma 7 was the machine at UCLA and the IMP was the switch.


  22. thiru d gr8

    Log in arpanet


  23. Manish Achuth
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    ARPANET


  24. Shwetha Maiya
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    ARPANET
    first message and first diagram for the connection


  25. krudebox
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    The First ARPANET IMP Node Delivered to UCLA


  26. http://www.wholesalecarsdirect.....ruiser.htm Thanks for that awesome posting. It saved MUCH time :-)


  27. dineshk
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    First ARPANET log.


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