Host multihoming allows individual hosts to be multiply connected to the network, e.g. by concurrent use of two network prefixes, each network prefix tied to a separate network interface. Such multihoming capability improves the host's ability to implement such features as load-balancing, fail-over and multi-path transport protocols. However, IP does not directly support host multihoming today. The em Identifier / Locator split solution space is seen as one way for reducing such negative impact. We present an evaluation of host- multihoming as a prototype implementation of the em Identifier Locator Network Protocol (ILNP) on FreeBSD, as a superset of IPv6 -- called ILNPv6. We demonstrate load-balancing using ILNPv6 multihoming and compare performance with IPv6 forwarding at the end host.