|reply to sbrook |
Re: Dear Marc...
What you're talking about is dynamic routing. That's the only difference.
they have dynamic routing for themselves... and static for anybody who's not them. Ip's are assigned via DHCP in any case.. but assigning one of ours relies on a static mapping to exist to know how to get to our routers...
on their end, if they pull a card and remap a node to another part of the network, the dynamic routing just picks up on that and knows how to get out.. for us there's an extra step of making sure the statics are all correct.. removing them from where they were.. and adding them where they now are after a network change.
Marc - CEO/TekSavvy