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> Yes you can failover your mail server, but your core linux routers are
> another story and thats where hotswap really counts. Customers can
> tolerate short mailserver outages but they cant tolerate short router
> outages.

Then they shouldnt be using the internet for a few more years ;)

I see your point - yes I agree, although serious installations would probably
have dual homing via two telcos down two wires (which of course go down the same
pipe which is next to the gas main which gets dug up regularly..)

Alan

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