What speed might you expect with SpeedFusion over dissimilar WAN link types?

#1

One more question regarding using speedfusion to combine bandwidth of dissimilar wan connections to a fusionhub on a 1gbps port

What download and upload speed might one expect if using SpeedFusion to bond the following two connections:
1.) DSL 10 mbps download, 1 mbps upload
2.) LTE 5 mbps download, 5 mbps upload

#2

Hi. Lots of such great questions can be answered by a search of the Forum. Is this document helpful? https://forum.peplink.com/t/whitepaper-speedfusion-and-best-practices/21173
(Your answer is contained part way through.)

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#3

Thanks Rick-DC. However when I click the link in your post above, it says “Sorry, you don’t have access to that topic!”

#4

Found this based on searching the title above.


If the whitepaper link above is a different document, please let me know as I’d like to read all I can on it.

Referring to that document, my links are within 150 ms of eachother latency, and the slowest link is at least 15% of the fastest link, so hopefully:
10+5=15 -19% overhead = 12.15 mbps download speed over the speedfusion tunnel
5+1=6 - 19% overhead = 4.86 mbps upload speed over the speedfusion tunnel

#5

Howdy. Very sorry about that! My error. There are several documents that pretty much say the same thing. The one you found is dated 2013; the one I tried to reference is 2019. However, I read the one you found and it says essentially the very same thing.

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#6

The one @aquablue has linked to is the one I wrote originally. Here is the link to the new one.

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