Is there any way to test if SpeedFusion would be worth the investment? I would like to know more about it and even give it a try.
Yes! You do have 30 days trial period. Please find the link below.
Is there also a corresponding SpeedFusion trial available?
What product would you be looking at for the trial?
I would like to use my existing Balance One Core. Should I open a support ticket?
Yes please do. We can provide you a 30-day trial license key.
Ticket has been entered. Ticket #771173 Thank you very much.
FWIW - There is a free trial for Microsoft Azure for 30 days and then some stuff sticks around for a year. I don’t know where this simple VM falls into their pricing tiers. I had to use the old admin panel – the new one lacks the features to create a VM instance from VHD. Steps were…
Acquire the VHD from Peplink forums – search for Azure and FusionHub
Create your Azure account - https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/offers/ms-azr-0044p/
Go to the old admin panel – https://manage.windowsazure.com
Create a storage location and upload the VHD.
Create a Disk from the VHD (it is a unix/linux OS – hint)
Create a VM instance from the disk (local gallery)
Grab your license from InControl2
Log In to your admin control panel for the FusionHub using the cloudapp.net address that you configured in Azure
I currently have two connections from the same ISP each using different hardware. I have tried balancing at the outbound connection level, but it seems that something is causing a “lowest common denominator” effect. For me, it is downloading 12 GB updates from XBox Live that I want to speed up. If I could have a more stable latency – that would be icing on the cake. I am hoping that the WAN smoothing combined with the speed fusion will give me that. Heck, with all the free trials being offered – what does it hurt to try?