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SubjectRe: cPCI development
Dan Hollis wrote:

> On Thu, 21 Sep 2000, Alan Cox wrote:
> > I'd disagree on the ISP thing too btw. Telcos care a lot about hotswap PCI,
> > but ISP services you can take a down box with a failover of a machine -
> > which in general is a lot easier and overall better coverage
>
> Alan, you want an ISP to configure identical machines for linux routers
> just so they can hotswap NICs? What have you been putting in your tea
> lately 8)

[...]

One may have cPCI configuration with two or more NICs on each side
of the router, with dynamic IP reallocation and hotswap that's make sense
IMHO.

Vitaly.


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