Our local ISP that does cable can only offer Static IP on the 150/20 plans, nothing higher even though I can get 1000/50 here. The Static IP is really for a few home users to remotely access the PBX, and also for some file servers. Would this be a correct use case for me:
- Order 1000/50 cable for our office with dynamic IP
- Get a Balance device for the prem
- Deploy FusionHub on AWS or the ISPs cloud
- Use the FusionHub’s IP as our Static IP
- Create a VPN between the prem and FusionHub, route all internet traffic over the Internet
Is that correct in that it would keep all 1000Mbps as normal Internet traffic, but remote users could connect to servers or the PBX via the FusionHub IP?
Then if that’s correct, does that mean I could further:
- Add another cable or LTE connection on the prem
- Use SpeedFusion to connect it as well back to FusionHub
- Set an Outbound Policy for the PBX to use the VPN, with all internet traffic using the Internet
That way I can also do seamless VoIP if the cable gets cut the LTE takes over without dropping the call?
Just want to make sure I’m understanding this all correctly, mainly in that only VPN traffic goes over the VPN even if I have hot failover set up, but that Internet traffic stays on the internet? Thanks!