I'm upgrading my MCSA to MCITP and IPV6 is something I'm expecting to see ... which I know next to nothing about. I also don't really know anything about load balancing, which leads to my confusion here, I think.
In my reading, I saw "Unicast. ... RF 2373 allows multiple interfaces to use the same address, provided that these interfaces appear as a single interface to the IPv6 implementation on the host. This accommodates load balancing systems."
Now, I get how it would be beneficial to load balancing, but I don't really get how it works Is this multiple interfaces on a single server? That wouldn't make sense for the load balancing; so if it's for multiple machines, how does it actually distribute traffic between them, do hosts receive all traffic for the address and control which server handles a request via communication on a different interface?
I thought this might be a dupe but I couldn't find one.