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- Has also been used to describe older connection mechanisms, e.g. older styles of Leased Line internet connections, or dial up connections.
- IP address allocations from before Regional Internet registry allocation policies applied, e.g. a lot of early class A and B registrations.
- Legacy internet applications, e.g. older www standards and browsers.
- Ray Horak (2008). Webster's New World Telecom Dictionary. John Wiley & Sons. pp. 252ff. ISBN 9780471774570.
- Nestor Bailly (November 15, 2011). "What’s AOL’s Profitable Mobile Business?". PSFK Labs. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
- Mary Meeker (1996). The Internet Report. HarperBusiness. pp. 4=1, 4–8. ISBN 9780887308260.
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