General FAQ: FusionHub Solo

This General FAQ primarily gives you introductory information on commonly asked questions about FusionHub Solo.

Q. Is the FusionHub Solo license free?

Yes, the FusionHub Solo license is free of charge. However, if you would like to manage Peplink devices through InControl 2 management, an InControl 2 subscription is required.

Q. Could FusionHub Solo be installed in any cloud environment, even public clouds?

FusionHub Solo runs on nearly all mainstream virtual machine software including VMware ESXi, Citrix XenServer, Oracle VirtualBox, and Microsoft Hyper-V. Cloud platforms supported include Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Engine, Microsoft Azure, and Vultr. Installation guides can be found here.

Q. Can FusionHub Solo be installed in multiple cloud environments?

You can install FusionHub on any supported cloud platform. However, you will be limited to one complimentary license. You would need to purchase additional licenses for multiple simultaneous instances or connecting to multiple routers.

Q. Which router models does FusionHub Solo support?

Basically all Peplink models. However, some models do not support SpeedFusion Hot Failover / SpeedFusion bonding.

Q. How to acquire the FusionHub Solo license?

  1. Log into InControl and access the “Warranty and License” page. See Screenshot

  2. Under the FusionHub Licenses tab, click “Acquire FushionHub License”. See Screenshot

  3. Select the “Solo License” option. See Screenshot

Q. Does FusionHub Solo support only one peer?

Yes. The idea is to allow customers who own just a single Peplink router also to have the capability to enjoy SpeedFusion SD-WAN technologies.

Q. Does FusionHub Solo have any bandwidth limitation?

There is no bandwidth limitation.

Q. Can I upgrade to a higher FusionHub package after using FusionHub Solo?

Sure. Visit this Link for more detail.
If you are requesting an upgrade with your existing service, please include your existing serial number in the “Customer Comment” section.


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