Ted Lemon <mel...@fugue.com> writes: > On Aug 10, 2017, at 5:07 PM, Toke Høiland-Jørgensen <t...@toke.dk> wrote: >> with the possible exception of the >> requirement for supporting multiple provisioning domains > > How would you solve the problem of dual-homing without the multiple > provisioning domain support described in the document?
We're talking about the "oh no, my netflix streams is coming from the wrong ISP" kind of problem here, right? I.e., same DNS request gives different answer depending on which ISP I send it to? For one thing, I'm not convinced this is that big of a problem. I happen to live in a country that likes to apply censorship by messing with DNS; so I generally don't use my ISP's name servers, and have never had any issues arising from this. So in this case a solution could just be to ignore the issue... :) Now, assuming that I am wrong and this is actually a serious issue that we need to solve (of which I am not opposed to being convinced), I think it would be feasible to come up with a solution where we could at least allow less capable routers that do not implement the full MPvD support. I can think of at least two ways off the top of my head: 1. Allow the router in question to offload queries to a more capable router elsewhere in the homenet. 2. Allow the router in question to just query all upstreams and combine the results (and so offload the problem to the client). -Toke _______________________________________________ homenet mailing list email@example.com https://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/homenet