On Thu, 2001-11-08 at 10:02, Justin Mason wrote:
> host1-fast 10.1.1.1
> host1-slow 10.1.2.1
> host1 10.1.1.1, 10.1.2.1
>> This now allows good TCP/IP clients to send packets to "host1", and cycle
> through the addr list until they get a connection. So the sysadmin
> in that setup can block packets from "slow" IPs, which are connected
> also to the fast network; as they know the clients will failover to
> the much faster "fast" network.
Depends where the clients are coming from. For example a client on the
10.1.2 subnet should use 10.1.2.1 as the address for host1. I read
that in a book, don't know if it happens in the real world...
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