curtis at ans.net
Tue Aug 20 01:10:21 UTC 1996
In message <199608191914.MAA02347 at quest.quake.net>, Vadim Antonov writes:
> In my (rather extensive) practice, multihoming by itself is
> usually a major source of connectivity problems.
> Whoever arguing _for_ mulihoming for everyone forgets that
> taking more routing information in has dangers not present
> when you don't do routing yourself.
> I never saw any customer who had the ability to configure a
> multihomed site properly on their own; and most of the bogus
> routing information comes from multihomed customer sites.
Doesn't that only happen when you don't filter routing information you
get from your customers and peers. ;-)
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