I'm very interested in this. As my network guy doesn't relish the
additional work of supporting multiple addresses. So, this doesn't
anything? Like, if is your i stuff and is dpar1 and is dpar2 and so on, if dpar2 tries to replicate to dparA on a
different i (let's say then dparA doesn't freak out because the
request came from and nslookup or something thinks traffic from
dpar2 should be coming from

Rob Berendt

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