As I understand it, your outbound policy needs to looks this this in order for SpeedFusion to bond your traffic.
Here are the algorithms you can currently use for directing your WAN Traffic:
Weighted Balance - Traffic will be proportionally distributed among available WAN connections according to the specified load distribution weight.
Persistence - Traffic coming from the same machine will be persistently routed through the same WAN connection.
Enforced - Traffic will be routed through the specified WAN connection regardless of the connection’s health status.
Priority - Traffic will be routed through the healthy WAN connection that has the highest priority.
Overflow - Traffic will be routed through the healthy WAN connection that has the highest priority and is not in full load. When this connection gets saturated, new sessions will be routed to the next healthy WAN connection that is not in full load.What I would love to see if a fail over algorithm that picks the modem with the best throughput/latency.
What I would love to see if a fail over algorithm that picks the modem with the best throughput/latency.
I’ve used some really high end bonding software/hardware that they use to stream live video feeds for Television Networks and such, we still had the problem Platts is describing. An extremely low throughput connection drags the rest of the connections down.
If you want to go to the high end market you’re going to be spending upwards of $2,500 for a single unit. The bonding works quite a bit better, but it still has limitations.
In my opinion Peplinks real competitor is Cradlepoint, not Mushroom Networks or TeraDek.