Primary memory is computer memory that a processor or computer accesses first or directly. It allows a processor to access running execution applications and services that are temporarily stored in a specific memory location. Primary memory is also known as primary storage or main memory.
Multihoming is a mechanism used to configure one computer with more than one network interface and multiple IP addresses. It provides enhanced and reliable Internet connectivity without compromising efficient performance. The multihoming computer is known as the host and is directly or indirectly connected to more than one network.
Multihoming provides many benefits, including the following:
The two main types of multihoming are:
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