IP failover/migration question.

Michael.Dillon at btradianz.com Michael.Dillon at btradianz.com
Wed Jul 5 10:45:15 UTC 2006

> It's actually a rather frustrating
> situation for people who aren't big enough to justify a /19 and an
> AS#, but require geographically dispersed locations answering on the
> same IP(s).

If the number of IPs you require is small, then you can
probably solve the problem with IPv4 anycasting. Several
people have built out distributed anycast networks but 
the problem is that they think IPv4 anycast is a "DNS thing".
Therefore they don't sell anycast hosting services to
people like you who need it.

Of course, if you made them more aware of market
demand, this could change.

--Michael Dillon

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