Layer 2 SpeedFusion for Digital Signage Content Delivery


#1


Environment:

  • Airport deployed with many digital signage, in the form of big screen TV or LED boards, to display advertisement, general announcement or special notice
  • The content is manage in a data center, with cluster of servers processing and delivering the content to the digital signage over VPN

**Requirement:
**- The location installed with digital signage doesn’t has any wired Internet, thus cellular broadband is the only WAN option

  • When situation needed, the “special notice” needs to be delivered to digital signage devices without interruption, so WAN fail-over capability is required
  • The content will be push from the Content Server to each of the digital signage device, so the session needs to be initiate from Content Server, hence each of the digital signage device needs a static IP

Recommended Solution:

  • Deploy Peplink Balance in Data Center and MAX BR1 at remote sites with Layer 2 SpeedFusion
  • MAX BR1 allow automatic cellular fail-over if primary carrier signal low or lost, ensuring the “special notice” messages can be delivered to the digital signage devices uninterrupted
  • Establish a Layer 2 SpeedFusion, to bridge the Data Center LAN to remote sites MAX BR1 LAN, as though these devices sit in the same network (subnet), which allow Content Server can find the digital signage devices and push the relevant content accordingly

Devices Can be Deployed: Balance Series, MAX BR1 Series


#2

This is not a bad. I read out your interesting and informative idea. Everything is looking there so inviting and comfortable.

Environment:

  • Airport deployed with many digital signage, in the form of big screen TV or LED boards, to display advertisement, general announcement or special notice
  • The content is manage in a data center, with cluster of servers processing and delivering the content to the digital signage over VPN

The whole scenario looking good. Especially, delivering the content to the digital signage over VPN.


#3

Thanks for sharing