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Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Telecommunications, 2005. ConTEL 2005.
Site multihoming is a method by which an Internet end-site, for example an enterprise network, may connect to multiple service providers simultaneously. There are many reasons why multihoming is desirable, e.g. service resilience, network load balancing or provider independence. In the IPv4 Internet, multihoming has been achieved by use of relatively simple techniques, including networks advertising their network prefixes -whether such prefixes are independent of the Internet Service Providersdoi:10.1109/contel.2005.185815 fatcat:n6nripgd6fbtflvvnw3yvsnkba