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Re: on the point of mobility & multihoming
Router d connects to
local community networks (cost $50 per month), which are served by two
802.11b providers ISP Da and ISP Db. This branch office is setup to support
their business in local community. So, router d is as important as other
exit routers. When the weather is bad or other RF factors, traffic driving
by disconnects constantly changes branch office's preferred access point.
You are applying 802.11b technology wrongly, then.
If the branch office is setup to support their business in local
community, 802.11b link of router d is as important as and should
be as stable as other links of other exit routers.
If a link to an ISP constantly disconects, two links to the ISP
constantly disconnect that the ISP is useless.
Or, you can still use the ISP with the quality for less serious
purposes, which has nothing to do with M6.
The "wireless" make "ad hoc site multihoming" a practical engineering
Neither "wireless" nor "ad hoc" means "unreliable" nor "unstable".