I trialing SpeedFusion Bonding with SpeedFusion Cloud on a Balance One Core, with primarily cellular WAN links.
Is the max SpeedFusion throughpout 30Mbps since bonding to SpeedFusion Cloud is always encrypted?
The speeds vary widely over time across the WAN links, and some may get throttled to very slow at times. How does bonding handle wide disparities in bandwidth?
What is the rule of thumb bandwidth efficiency for SpeedFusion Bonding? Just as an example, if I have a 1 Mbps link, a 10 Mbps link, and a 25 Mbps link, what would be a typical range for aggregate bonded bandwidth? Is it better if the links are comparable in speed?
Also, since there are no outbound rules for the bonded link, is it safe to say that each link will handle data loading proportional to it’s speed? In other words, that a link that’s twice as fast as another will probably get roughly twice the data?