[ppml] Multihome Pro Con Document

Azinger, Marla marla.azinger at frontiercorp.com
Fri Oct 13 11:32:28 EDT 2006

Hello- Attached is a living document, version 1.0 on IPv6 Multi-homing Solutions and their Pro's and Con's.  This document will be housed on the NRO site in the near future.  Due the number of requests and the large immediate interest in this document, I am sending it out ahead of the posting on NRO.  NRO link is soon to come.  

This document attempts to address all the IPv6 Multi-homing Solutions and their Pro's and Con's, put forward by the Internet Community as a collective.   The use of this document is intended for the sole purpose of providing clarification of the IPv6 Multi-homing Solutions and their pro's and con's, in order to assist the Internet Community on deciding what solution are currently available to use Globally as a United Internet Community.  The ultimate solution may or may not be as written in this document.  However, these are the suggested solutions put forward to date and the ones we have to work with and adjust as needed.  Additional suggested solutions and pro's and con's will be added to this document as members in the Internet Community bring them forward.

Please send any additions you would like to see added to this living document in the same format as the document currently reads.  I understand this is a difficult subject with alot of angles and opinions, and as much as I enjoy listening to all of the above, please only send straightward applicable suggestions and pro's and con's.  I thank everyone for their time spent on this subject and look forward to working on the resolution of our IPv6 routing issue.


Thank you for your time spent on IPv6
Marla Azinger
Frontier Communications

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