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Bonded Connectivity

Increase bandwidth speed by combining multiple internet connections (ADSL) to create one high speed link

Bonding Methods

Link-Layer Bonding

Offers a layer 2 interface on both sides of the connection. This connection is controlled with an advanced link control protocol which has built-in resilience to failures and packetloss. Both sides require a bonded connectivity solution.

Routed Bonding

Can be used where multiple links are available and traffic needs to be shared over each one. Each link may have different connectivity properties and sdvantages. By making use of routing tables and taking advantage of each links advantages traffic can be routed over the most appropriate interface with failover capabilities.

Session Bonding

Is a method where sessions are routed over multiple links in various fashions like round-robin, percentage based link loading and random weighted loading, but the link the session is established over initially is the link the session will stay on.

Tunnel Bonding

A means by which multiple links are established from point A to point B over any means available, be it TCP/IP or a lower level protocol. These links are then combined in the same fashion that link-layer bonding links are, creating a layer 2 interface on each end.

Automatic Failover

An option for all our bonding solutions, this may include failover on packet loss, failover on link loss, manual failover or failover on congestion.

Bandwidth Management

Include a full range of management capabilities and the ability to rate limit either specific flows of traffic or even entire interfaces. QOS is supported and enabled by default.