randy at psg.com
Mon Aug 19 21:57:00 UTC 1996
> In my (rather extensive) practice, multihoming by itself is
> usually a major source of connectivity problems.
in my meager and bottom-feeding scum-sucking practice, multi-homing
decreased unreliability delivered to our customers by a factor of ten
this very moment i am sitting at a site which is single-homed to an
anonymous NSP's major POP in a farming town in mid-Cal. i can not get
to www.cisco.com from here. yet i can get to my home net, which is
quite multi-homed, and get to cisco from there.
so, as we say in my family, i smell cows.
> It is _much_ better to multihome to the same provider who then
> can take care of messy global routing.
just what i always wanted, two connections to a broken provider. you
must be kidding.
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