What network topologies can I create with SpeedFusion SD-WAN

Peplink’s patented SpeedFusion™ SD-WAN is specifically designed for multi-WAN environment. Unlike conventional technology, SpeedFusion uses multiple WAN connections to deliver high-speed, high-reliability, and high-security networking. It is resilient to Internet connection outage and your data is protected with 256-bit military-grade AES encryption. The three available types of SpeedFusion technology are Hot Failover, WAN Smoothing, and Bandwidth Bonding. Click to learn more.

System Requirement for Peplink SpeedFusion

Peplink Balance family, except Balance 20 and 30 LTE
Refer to: https://www.peplink.com/products/balance/model-comparison/
Peplink / Pepwave MediaFast family
Refer to: https://www.peplink.com/products/mediafast-specifications/
Pepwave MAX family
Refer to: https://www.peplink.com/products/max-cellular-router/feature-comparison/

The latest firmware for the best SpeedFusion experience

It is possible to establish SpeedFusion connections in dynamic IP/static IP scenarios. Click here for technical details.

Network Topology for Peplink SpeedFusion

SpeedFusion provides variety and flexibility in deploying your network. You may choose to create a network in a **Point-to-Point, Fully Meshed or Star topology**, or you may even combine the two set ups to create a more advanced network.

Meshed How-to configure?

In the following illustration, the network is composed of three Peplink Balance 380 units. In case a connection goes down between any two locations, this setup provides an alternative path for your traffic. For instance, if the VPN connection goes down between offices in San Francisco and Minneapolis, these two offices are still connected through the Houston office.

Star How-to configure?

A Peplink Balance 380/580/710/1350 will act as a central hub for branch offices. In the illustration below, regional offices in San Francisco and Minneapolis make independent SpeedFusion VPN connections to their headquarters in New York. San Francisco office will be able to access Minneapolis office through the New York headquarters even though they are not directly connected to each other.

All branch offices’ LAN subnets have to be unique. If your router is placed behind a firewall unit, please read this article.

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