Fusion HUB - Not able to access internal network

FusionHub can terminate and combine 8 or even more VPN tunnels. However, the combined and aggregate bandwidth may not be as high as expected especially from cellular network since there are other limiting factors, e.g. cellular network base station limitation, radio link quality (packet drops/latency), etc.

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Hi Rafat,
I have checked with our SpeedFusion team specialist, for your case you can only bond up to 5 cellular cards (4 from MOTG #2, and 1 of MOTG #1) to form a single SpeedFusion Bonded VPN tunnel. The SpeedFusion will create a connection mapping table for WAN interface IP between the peer, so it will only take one WAN (cellular card) from MOTG #1 that represent WAN 5 of MOTG #2 as “member WAN link” of the SpeedFusion tunnel.

You may want to take a look at our knowledge base on SpeedFusion Connection Mapping here for better understanding.

Thanks and regards,

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Hello Kenneth, how are you:

Sorry to come back to this, but I had to reinstall my FusionHUB (due to license expiration) and I’m not beeing able to acess the internal network from the MAX-OTG client any more.

I did everthing like the last time, adding a route route -p add mask, I just changed the last digit to “5” because fusionhub ip also changed after reinstallation.

So I’ve added the route route -p add mask and it was supouse to work, but it don’t, I can’t ping or acess anything from mobile.

I’ve also tried to enable NAT on fusionhub, as you said, but it keep asking me for DHCP server.

I’m lost, can’t figure out why the route add is not working anymore. Could you help me?

Hi Pedro, would you please run Windows command line command at your Windows: netstat -rn, and capture the output for us. We suspect it is network routing issue.

Hello Kenneth, bellow is a print screen of netstat.
Thank you for your help.