I want to get 3MB + 3MB + 3MB = 9MB throughput. I believe this is possible but haven’t seen it.
I set up an AWS account (free), installed FusionHub Solo successfully, and it appeared to connect with my B2B5. Both devices are in NY but being mobile I am not sure I need to care.
I need to understand how to configure Peplink devices to achieve my goal. I wish to have a priority order for WANs and still be able to use any/all available services. WAN services vary with my mobile location. Sometime all work, occasionally none and I am cutoff, but mostly 2 will work at any given time.
I can’t seem to get consistent results, I have tried various WAN algorithms and believe Weighted may achieve my goal, however using Real-Time Status I sometimes see connected WANs show traffic but other times nothing. I believe if setup correctly I should see traffic on all working WAN connections. I have seen this once.
I am confused about how the B2B5 manages different requests from my Netgear AC2600-R7800 supporting my phones, computers, TV, and pads.
Again, what I hope is possible is to get 3MB + 3MB + 3MB = 9MB for any device connected to my network. How do I do this? What needs to be set to what?