The materials linked from this page represent historical information the NSRC has published or gathered over the years. NSRC original documents began as a collection of network resources running on a 1980's era Gopher service. These were migrated to the World Wide Web in 1993. With over 25 years of documentation, many of these items are now out-of-date or for historical purposes only, but as many organizations and sites link to this information we have collected it here for your reference.
The history of the Internet in Thailand and Senegal in multiple formats and languages.
Documents, reports, and presentations to support network organizations as they grow. Including documents like ISP Resources and Securing Network Services and Infrastructure.
Our historical database of initial connectivity to countries around the world, reports on networking infrastructure, original service providers for each country and web links.
A collection of information for building ISPs as well as links to other useful resources.
A collection of collections for building network connectivity with reduced resources, including links to networking hardware or software toolkits.
A comprehensive set of links of network resources (largely outdated at this time) as well as local resources such as Routing, BGP and IXP Resources.
A collection of papers about networking around the world arranged by regions.
Wireless resources when wireless was just beginning, including topics such as "Advocacy Groups and Technical Resources," "Wireless Projects," "Do-It-Yourself Projects" and "Equipment Venders."