- Check out the ISP
& Internet Backbone maps page on my Atlas of
Cyberspaces for a sample of the best network maps.
Internet Backbone maps. Russ Haynal's ISP Page provides a
comprehensive list of links to ISP backbone network maps. Also has
details on Internet interconnection points.
Service Providers (ISPs) National Backbone maps produced by
Boardwatch Magazine. A nice series of backbone maps of the principle
national ISP networks in the USA.
large store of network maps at UUNET Technologies. Not
current, but of historical interest.
the Internet, provides links to various network maps.
maps of Usenet traffic, produced back in the early 1990s by
Brian Reid, DEC.
Maps, a list of Internet maps. Part of the "Field Guide to
Sources On, About and On The Internet", Emory University Health
Sciences Center Library, Atlanta GA USA. (Largely out of date, from
Backbone Maps, scanned maps from Boardwatch Internet
Service Providers Directory.
publishes a number of excellent wall maps of global telecommunications
and networking infrastructure, for example
Map of Southern African Internet Access Providers, a map
produced by Gregory Massel and updated on a regular basis.
Internet - Internet Lines Maps, maps of ISP backbones in
Israel, by John Neystadt.
- Twelve ARPANET
maps covering the period 1969 to 1997 from the ARPANET
Completion Report, Bolt, Beranek and Newman, Burlington, MA,
January 4, 1978. The maps were scanned by Larry Press.
- A useful collection of old maps of computer
networks, from the early 1990s collected by the Technical
University of Berlin.
- The Internet
History 1962-1992 Timeline, from The Computer Museum History
Center, contains a nice collection old maps of the Net.
- The Hong
Kong Cyber Map, by IDG Communications, provide a
comprehensive source of detailed information on interconnections
between Hong Kong and international ISPs.
- The First
Maps of the Internet poster by Peacock Maps presents a range
of maps and diagrams of ARPANET and other packet networks from the
1970s and 80s.
An ISP Topology Mapping Engine, Department of Computer
Science and Engineering, University of Washington. See their paper for
more details, Spring N., Mahajan R. and Wetherall D.,
ISP Topologies with Rocketfuel", SIGCOMM'02,
19-23rd August 2002, Pittsburgh.