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Re: What is multihoming was (design of a real routing v.endpoint id seperation)
> ... shim6 doesn't fit into the definition does it? Its seems to be a > question of multihomed networks Vs. multihomed hosts (although the > effect may be the same at the end of the day). > > Yes... The network is still multihomed, but, instead of using routing to handle the source/dest addr. selection, it is managed at each end host independent of the routers. The routers function sort of like the network is single homed. It's very convoluted. Owen -- If it wasn't crypto-signed, it probably didn't come from me.