Admittedly, there are a lot of terms and special expressions that confuse some users when they first come into contact with Peplink. SpeedFusion VPN, for example. The VPN protocol developed by Peplink bundles several cable, DSL, mobile phone or even satellite connections together. However, SpeedFusion does not only concern WAN connections, it also combines three technologies in order to prevent typical problems with the Internet connection.
SPEED FUSION HOT-FAILOVER
If one of the connected WAN networks is disconnected, the Peplink router redirects the data traffic to another connection. Very important, especially for a livestream: The active session is NOT interrupted during this time. The session persistence remains. For example, a video conference via Teams or Zoom can continue without interruption even though one of the WAN connections drops.
SPEED FUSION WAN SMOOTHING
With integrated WAN smoothing, the Peplink hardware counteracts packet loss. During WAN smoothing, the Peplink router sends special data packets that the receiving Peplink device can use to reconstruct any lost packets. This ensures that communication remains consistent.
At the same time, WAN smoothing assigns data traffic to the WAN connection with the lowest latency. This means that the SpeedFusion VPN tunnel is always operated with the most responsive WAN connection.
SPEED FUSION BANDWIDTH BONDING
Bandwidth bonding makes it possible to combine the speed of different connections. Especially when bandwidths are scarce, this technology can be a saviour. Remote locations or vehicles on the move typically do not provide the ideal conditions for a stable connection. However, higher bandwidths can be achieved through the use of internet bonding.
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