SpeedFusion is a a point to point VPN technology that can take multiple WAN links at each end and create a single logical VPN tunnel between the two locations/devices. We built SpeedFusion originally for the enterprise where a company would normally have a larger Balance router in their head office or datacenter connected to a high bandwidth connection, and then their remote locations would each have a smaller balance router with multiple WAN links (DSL’s typically) that SpeedFusion would use to create a single logical VPN connection back to the head office.
So when users at the remote office connected to the internet, all of the traffic would go out over the bonded VPN connection back to the head office and then from there out to the internet. Because the Balance in the remote office uses all connected WANs at the same time you get bandwidth bonding and great reliability.
So in your case then, where you only have a single device on your desk (and only one location - your office) you have two options. The first is to fine tune the way the Balance One uses your two WAN links to prioritise the traffic that’s most important to you - and the ways in which your WAN links get used generally. There is a lot of control available to you in the outbound policies section in your device WebUI where you can build comprehensive sets of rules to control traffic flow over your WANs to best suit your needs. I wrote an article about that recently which explains some of that.
Your second option is to use SpeedFusion on your Balance One (you can add speedfusion capability to the Balance One by buying an upgrade license from your reseller) and connect to another SpeedFusion enabled device to take advantage of bandwidth bonding. With the recent release of FusionHub our virtual SpeedFusion appliance, you can host a FusionHub with a cloud hosting provider (like Amazon) and connect to that from your office - just like a remote site connecting to a head office would in the example above. This gives you all the features of SpeedFusion for your single office.
I’m not sure where you are based geographically, but we have a number of partners now who can offer the SpeedFusion hosting as a service too - it might be worth sharing your location to see if any partners in your region can offer you that.
In the meantime, I would definitely take a moment to work with your existing outbound policies configuration, as I expect a little fine tuning there could really help. If you share some details about your network (WAN bandwidths, applications you use, symptoms of things not working as you’d want or expect) I can happily make some recommendations.