Current Practices for Multiple Interface Hosts
draft-mrw-mif-current-practices-02

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Author Margaret Cullen 
Last updated 2009-03-25
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Abstract

An increasing number of hosts are operating in multiple-interface environments, where different network interfaces are providing unequal levels of service or connectivity. This document describes how some common operating systems cope with the related challenges.

Authors

Margaret Cullen (mrw@lilacglade.org)

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