What Is Network Access Point (NAP)?

August 8, 2022

A Network Access Point (NAP) is a critical location where Internet Service Providers (ISPs) connect via peer arrangements. NAPs played a central role in early Internet development when the transition from government-funded networks to commercial ones happened.

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