Below is a snippet from one of Avaya technical documents,
Dual NIC configuration
In a dual NIC configuration, you use two network interfaces for connectivity to two separate network
segments. One network segment is used for switch connectivity to Communication Manager, and
the other network segment for is used for client and media connectivity (LAN, VLAN, or WAN). The
NICs must be on separate networks or network segments. In a dual NIC configuration, the client
network is referred to as the production (or public) network, and the Communication Manager
segment is referred to as the private network segment.
In the above snippet, Avaya uses "for connectivity", I think it may have used the wrong word.
Should it be change to "for connecting to two ...."?
Connectivity is the state or capacity to connect.
In the context, it is about actual physical connections from A to B.
'For connecting to' or 'to connect to' is more appropriate.
not a teacher