I’ve been using SpeedFusion for a week now, and one feature that I would really like would be the capability to route traffic over WAN 2 when WAN 1 is fully saturated on either the upload or download side.
WAN 1 = DSL. Low latency, consistent, quick, but only 1 mbps upload speed.
WAN 2 = LTE. Higher latency, higher jitter, but 10 mbps upload speed.
If I use speedfusion over WAN 1 + WAN 2 currently, latency and jitter increases which means in times when WAN 1 has ample bandwidth to spare, the connection actually gets slightly worse with speedfusion using WAN 1 + (the higher latency) WAN 2 in terms of latency and jitter.
But when a large file is uploaded, it would be great to have WAN 2 upload bandwidth in the mix as during these times SpeedFusion with the LTE connection active would really improve things.
(I don’t want to stop using WAN 1 when it’s being 100% utilized, I just want to add WAN 2 when WAN 1 is being 100% utilized.)
It seems there is currently an option to drop a WAN connection if the latency goes over a set threshold. What I would like to see would be an option to use the condition of WAN 1 (latency or utilization % of WAN 1) and based on WAN 1 condition, take an action on WAN 2: enable WAN 2 traffic.
So if WAN 1 hits 95% utilization, turn up WAN 2 traffic.
Or another way it could work, if WAN 1 latency increases from 30 ms to 100 ms (which happens when it’s saturated fully) start additionally routing traffic over the lower quality WAN 2 (which would be 50-70ms)