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Re: Host-based may be the way to go, but network controls areneccessary
On Thu, 21 Nov 2002, Peter Tattam wrote:
> > Simple. If you have two or more connections to the internet, you want to
> > use them to your advantage. This means balancing the total traffic (not
> > individual sessions) over all links and being able to prefer one link
> > over another for individual destinations.
> As an ISP, I often want the reverse. Some links are backup and cost a lot more
> to run and should be deprecated. Other links might be flaky or have bizarre
> characteristics (e.g, radio or satellite) so that they should be deprecated for
> some reason (or only be used in one direction).
How is this the reverse, other than that the list of "individual
destinations" is very long (the whole internet)?