I am facing what can only be described as a particular situation.
I am operating in Iraq and have Peplinks deployed throughout the country and neighboring countries and i am presently purchasing even bigger equipment and is setting up active/active setup in all locations, but i need to overcome stability.
Internet providers in Iraq is routing quite differently as you will see as examples below.
From Baghdad to Erbil using ISP1 i have 40ms delay
From Baghdad to Erbil using ISP2 i have 160ms delay
From Baghdad to Kuwait using ISP1 i have 30ms delay
From Baghdad to Kuwait using ISP2 i have 250ms delay
And so on.
This of course means that bonding as such is well for lack of better word useless.
Due to stability however i have in each location AT LEAST 2 landline connections and 2 VSAT backup connections.
Bonding is as described as useless
Internet i always set as persistence
Meaning i got my redundancy covered
What i noticed however is that latency to Europe from all locations is 90-110ms
what i was thinking was to rent a virtual server and install fusion-hub on this and then going from full-mesh to a star topology and also forcing my internet traffic through Europe for security reasons.
My “design” questions is as follows
- would 20ms “jitter” if you will be within bonding parameters and this work?
- would it be possible to push the traffic to a virtual server and then push it out to the internet access or would external router be required or something?