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Re: design of a real routing v. endpoint id seperation
--On October 24, 2005 10:44:31 AM +0100 Michael.Dillon@btradianz.com wrote:
One way to do this is for two ISPs to band together in order that each ISP can sell half of a joint multihoming service. Each ISP would set aside a subset of their IP address space to be used by many such multihomed customers. Each ISP would announce the subset from their neighbor's space which means that there would be two new DFZ prefixes to cover many multihomed customers.
[snip...] Except this completely disregards some customers concerns about having provider independence and being able to change providers without having a major financial disincentive to do so. That _IS_ a real business concern, no matter how much the IETF would like to pretend it does not matter. Owen -- If this message was not signed with gpg key 0FE2AA3D, it's probably a forgery.