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SubjectRe: [2.4 PATCH] bugfix: ARP respond on all devices
Am Montag, 18. August 2003 14:34 schrieb Stephan von Krawczynski:

> David, this is the wrong way round. Others'/my question was not about the
> implementation and technical considerations leading to it (bottom up), but
> pure and simple (and top down): what is the _positive_ outcome of this
> implementation compared to others? We are always talking of setups that
> seem to be more complicated because of the current situation. So one would
> expect that there are advantages that make up the discussed disadvantages.
> And since I obviously don't have the knowledge to see them, I'd like to
> learn and therefore ask: what are the advantages on the _users_ side?

Very simple: no need for any IPMP crap on Linux. It just works. And that puts
"answered" on all questions that were ever raised regarding that issue.

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