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Is multihoming is best way to solve loadbalancing in network?

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Load Balancing is a complicated issue.  Generally speaking multi-homing or having multiple NICs and IPs on one server is NOT the best way to Load balance.  You should probably start with looking up DNS Round Robin Load-Balancing.  

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