I am interested in using a peplink modem to bond multiple 3G signals in the UK to transport a video stream.
At the source site
- Remote site with access to different service providers e.g. Orange, O2, Three and Vodaphone.
- Install one modem (4 modems in total) from each service provider in a peplink mobile router.
- Connect to the router a Video encoder, configured to point to Video decoder with a single IP address on the destination site
At the destination site
- Destination site with access to internet connection greater than 5Mbs
- Peplink router connected to the internet and connected to a video decoder
- Video Decoder with single IP address
My understanding is that the peplink mobile router will establish 4 VPN connections, one across each of the internet connections at the remote site to the Peplink router at the destination site - is this correct?
What I want to be able to do is to distribute the UDP traffic from the encoder across each of the 3G modems, taking advantage of the bandwidth available on each of the connections. For example if each connection provides 512kbs, it would be theoretically possible to pass a 2Mbs stream of video from the remote site to the destination site, splitting the packets between the different connections using the peplink router?
If this is possible using the peplink routers, would the routers also compensate for different connection speeds and latencies on each connection e.g. if one connection provided 256kbs and another 512kbs, the network traffic would be balanced accordingly?