Virtual IP addressing
In TCP/IP networking, Internet Protocol (IP) addresses are typically assigned to physical network interfaces. If a server has two physical interfaces, a separate IP address is assigned to each of them.
IBM introduced the concept of virtual IP addressing (VIPA) for its z/OS environment to support the use of IP addresses, representing TCP/IP stacks, applications, or clusters of applications, that are not tied to any specific ...

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