Speefusion, WAN bonding, No VPN


#1

I am interested in getting the Speedfusion license or upgrading to a Balance 210.

However, I would like to know if Speedfusion will work for what I want.

One of our offices is in a very remote area and the only available connection before was a T1. We are paying for 4 T1 connections to get 6 mbps.

Now, there is a new company in town that uses site to site radio technology. However, the max speed for our facility is only 10down and 2up. Can I use Speedfusion to bond the WAN connections if I get 2 or 3 radios? If I get 3 radios at 10x2, will my WAN speed potentially be 30x6?

The information I can see online is Speedfusion will bond connections for site to site VPN connections. However, my intention for Speedfusion is just for WAN connection.


#2

True WAN bonding only works within a SpeedFusion VPN deployment, otherwise you will be doing link load balancing in a stand-alone deployment:


#3

If I get FusionHub and place it on the cloud like AWS, will it work?


#4

Technically, yes it would. The actual performance though is going to completely depend on the quality and available bandwidth the WISP is providing. This will be a contended connection and is not guaranteed bandwidth like your T1 is.