This report presents findings of a workshop featuring representatives of Internet Service Providers and others with access to data and insights about how the Internet performed on and immediately after the September 11 attacks. People who design and operate networks were asked to share data and their own preliminary analyses among participants in a closed workshop. They and networking researchers evaluated these inputs to synthesize lessons learned and derive suggestions for improvements in technology, procedures, and, as appropriate, policy.
Table of Contents
|Summary and Findings||1-10|
|2 The Network Experience||21-39|
|3 The User Experience||40-48|
|4 Perspectives on the Internet Experience of September 11||49-60|
|5 Measuring the Internet||61-70|
|Appendix A: Participants in March 5-6, 2002, Workshop||71-73|
|Appendix B: Biographies of Committee Members||74-80|
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