Thanks in advance to anyone that is able to assist us.
We know little about routers and the like, so please bear with us. We are in Costa Rica and do not have access to DSL or Cable Internet. We have 4 3g cards in a Max On the Go router that has Speed Fusion capability.
Currently, we are only using the load balancer.
We also have one more Max On The Go router that we are currently doing nothing with.
That all being said, how do we set up the bonding?
Can we have the other Max on the Go router connected to a broadband Cable Internet connection elsewhere in Costa Rica, then somehow have the other router in Costa Rica (with the 3g aircards) link to it, and then this will enable bandwidth bonding? If so, what are the steps in the admin console once we get the other unit connected to the cable Internet?
i.e. MAXONTHEGO (Costa Rica 4 3g cards) —><— INTERNET ----><----- MAXONTHEGO (Costa Rica Cable Broadband Internet)
We have read about leased lines. Is there a way to have our Max on the Go in Costa Rica (with 4 3g cards) connect to a leased line somewhere and then enable bandwidth bonding? We prefer the above since we have another office in Costa Rica that has broadband.
At any rate, we simply need to get the bonding to work. What do you recommend…and then how would we set it up? We might need some detail in the admin console on how to do that…clearly there is a “SpeedFussion” section that requires a “Name” and “Remote ID” …can we just make up any name? …and would we just put the serial number of the MAXONTHEGO that would be connected to the cable broadband Internet?
Thanks to anyone who could offer some clarity!