Gary Pigott wrote:
> The main issues they raise are expensive hardware, ISP capabilities and
> getting your own IPs & ASs. We use Linux firewalls to do our BGP, so
Well, for me the main issue would be that a BGP routing change might not
be visible to all clients for several minutes, resulting in error
messages in some clients' browsers.
There's no good solution for this. The article mentions handing out
multiple A records, if the application is stateless this would be the
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