Some background: we use Teradek Bond II for video streaming from remote locations (stationary). It works quite well, and we have been generally happy with it. One thing that we wished it had was the ability to carry non-video data for some low-bandwidth IP-based controls, etc. we would do from laptops or iPads.
So I got an HD4 and FusionHub (25 Mbit license running on AWS). I figured we could have the best of both worlds in something that is super easy to setup on location (we always end up fiddling with Bond II for a bit) and a little light side data on other devices besides video.
In the HD4 I have 4 SIMs (LTE) from 3 different carriers (2 AT&T, 1 Verizon, 1 T-Mobile). All have a latency between 80 and 140 ms.
Without PepVPN/Speeed Fusion, running speedtest.net generates about 40 Mbit down and 10 Mbit up. Looking at the real-time bandwidth monitor, it seems to be using 2 different cell connections for up, and 2 different down.
With SpeedFusion on (WITH Send All Traffic to VPN) that is where things seem to go wacky. It uses all 4 WAN connections, but I get about 12 Mbit down, 6 Mbit up. Have experimented with Outbound Policy set to weighted (equal across the cell) and no outbound policy, and it seems to make no difference.
Are these the expected results? After seeing this I came here and did a search and read a lot of comments about bandwidth going DOWN while bonded. Major bummer.
Am I limited at all by the 25 Mbit throughput license on FusionHub somehow?
Looking for a little guidance.
Thanks for the help!