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Re: two perspectives on "site" multihoming
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On 2004-03-10, at 07.12, Kanchei Loa wrote:
> If you compare basic mechanisms to achieve host agile multihoming and
> mobility, the difference is null. My point is that if mobility is
> as a component outside multihoming, the "mobile node" attitude is
> going to
> bias toward network agile solution, which is more deployable at large
> where network expertise is abundant. Small to medium site would prefer
> agile solution because network administration tasks are kept at
> minimum or
> don't exist at all.
I am not arguing that we should leave the "mobile aspect" out. I am
arguing that we need to take one step at a time.
For all I know, we haven't even decided if we are looking for one
solution, multiple solutions, a flag-day-solution or a phased approach.
Once we are starting to agree on the various architectural aspects and
analysis, the threats models and get input from other groups - we can
answer those questions, as well as what the relationship between
mobility and multihoming is.
- - kurtis -
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