Well, i meant precisely the city loops which aren't multihomed,
and that's what customers are using to access telco facilities.
I.e. POTS customers (and their PBXes) aren't multihomed in the
sense used in the discussion.
The better term for telcos are doing for reliability between
switch sites is called "standby", which is *not* the same as
multihoming with adaptive routing.
The point was that high reliability may be achieved w/o tricky
things like adaptive routing,
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