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RE: The state of IPv6 multihoming development
> > The benefit of multi-homing has a price - the only
> question is, who's going
> > to pay the price? Simple fairness demands that it *ought*
> to be the entity
> > which directly benefits. Multiple connectivity-based
> addresses do this; the
> > end-site has to pay the bulk of the cost (in complexity, etc).
> So who benefits if Google is multihomed? The user or the server? Or
=> Why would Google want to be multihomed? Perhaps
to ensure that they're online 24/7? And why do they
want to do that? Perhaps so that they can maintain/increase
their customer base/profits. If that's why they do it
then it would make sense to make them pay for it.