How do the Peplink Balance models work with video streaming that posses a higher bandwidth demand that just one of the ISP’s can supply?
My primary use of the Internet for a second home is remote security camera monitoring. I have to throttle down the frame rate with the single 5 Mbps connection that I have now to encompass all the cameras I have and it is not very efficient. I understand being able to “part up” downloads, assign certain applications and/or users to one Internet connection or the other, but the video streaming issue confuses me. Would a Peplink unit be able to “average” the bandwidth in this scenario if I added another 8 Mbps connection (5+8=13 Mbps) from a different ISP?
More microchips than sense,