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Re: What is multihoming was (design of a real routing v. endpoint id seperation)
On Mon, 24 Oct 2005 13:31:17 PDT, Crist Clark said: > > Stephen Sprunk wrote: > [snip] > > >> Other people use this term in very different ways. To some people > >> it means using having multiple IP addresses bound to a single > >> network interface. To others it means multiple websites on one > >> server. > > > > > > That is virtual hosting in a NANOG context. Some undereducated MCSEs > > might call it multihoming, but let's not endorse that here. > > Unfortunately, this is a common and "standards blessed" way to refer to > any host with multiple interfaces/addresses (real or virtual). I think Stephen meant "Some undereducated McSE (you want fries with that?) call "multiple websites on one server" "multihoming".