We should document that TcpDiscoverySpi prolongs detection of node failure if node has several addresses.
By default, all available addresses are assigned to node and node listens any address (0.0.0.0). Not first non-loopback addresses as the documentation says. Simple example on my ordinary Mac having WiFi, VPN and docker (from Ignite log): `Local node addresses: [192.168.1.42/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1%lo0, /127.0.0.1, /192.168.1.42, /10.11.220.206]`.
It is cleary seen that `ServerImpl.TcpServer.srvrSock` binds to '0.0.0.0'.
And actual failure detection and connection restoring delay is: `failureDetectionTimeout * addresses_number + connRecoveryTimeout`. Which is usually unexpectable. This peculiarity was unearthed in ,  and additionally confirmed in ducktape integration test .
To avoid this, user should assign `IgniteConfiguration.localHost` or `TcpDiscoverySpi.localAddress`. Unfortunately, users frequently skip this setting and allow node to activate all available IPs.
Often, middleware runs in environments with several IP addresses (virtualizations, containers, different networks). Node sends all obtained addresses with other node info to the cluster. Connection to node is established to first of its addresses. But if lost, other addresses are attempted to reconnect sequentially. If addresses do not belong to assumed node network, do not represent existing physical connection, processing them is just waste of time.