I’m thinking about using a Balance 210 to bond two slow dsl connections which are steady, low latency, but slow.
I also have a weak LTE signal at this location that often, but not always, delivers speed 10x to 15x that of the dsl (10-15 mbps).
However, where the cell signal comes in is not an ideal place to locate an expensive router.
Question: would it work well to have the balance 210 with the extra WAN license option to get 3 wan ports and connect one wan port to the BR1 mini LTE-A wih the BR1 mini in bridged mode?
That way I could run 100’ of ethernet cable between the Balance 210 and the BR1 mini while keeping the antenna coax as short as possible to minimize lte signal loss (and possibly even mount the BR1 mini outside in a protective enclosure)
Or would an embedded LTE modem in the same peplink router that handled the speedfusion be an advantage? Would speedfusion do something differently with an embedded or usb-connected LTE modem than with the BR1-mini handing off the lte connection on the ethernet wan port?