In August 1986, the Internet Advisory Board (now the Internet Architecture Board) and TCP/IP pioneer Dan Lynch worked with DARPA to develop a TCP/IP Vendors Workshop -- what would evolve into Interop.
Held in beautiful Monterey, Calif., the workshop was designed to bring together TCP/IP protocol designers with equipment vendors. The agenda included sessions on FTP, SMTP, and Telnet.
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