Still wrapping my head around the whole SD-WAN thing so maybe I’m way off the mark on this. From what I understand, any time you do seamless fail over, like SIP and so on, or speed bonding, you need to have a VPN or tunnel back to the SD WAN providers data centre, with all traffic going out from there, otherwise it’s impossible to fail a SIP call over from an active Cable line to DSL for example.
If I am correct in this understanding, then I would assume traffic needs to be routed to Peplink and then out to the Internet. If that’s the case, then I have a couple questions. 1) Where are these data centres located, as we are in Canada, so having traffic traverse through the United States is not possible for our customers, so wondering how that works. 2) Do you not need to pay Peplink for the actual bandwidth as well? If I have 3 1000Mbps fibre connections at my site and use this SpeedFusion then Peplink would of course need that same amount of bandwidth at the DC to handle my traffic, which wouldn’t be free to them. So also wondering how that all works or if I’m completely off the mark here.
We’re a managed services provider so looking to potentially partner with Peplink as a partner, so just researching and learning right now. Thanks!