Do load balancing routers help in site-to-site VPN setups?

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. Do load balancing routers help in site-to-site VPN setups? Multi-office enterprises are increasingly depended on services managed and provided from their regional headquarter data-centers and sometimes public clouds are involved to create a hybrid cloud architecture. This puts additional pressure on the SLAs of the WAN links […]

Load balancing algorithms and its limitations

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. Load balancing algorithms and its limitations Link load balancing refers to the dual WAN or multi WAN routers that can accept more than one WAN connections. A load balancer (or load balancing firewall) will then distribute the outbound links that are generated from the LAN and are […]

Is a cloud based IP-PBX right for you?

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. Is a cloud based IP-PBX right for you? PBXs (Private Branch Exchange) make connections among the internal telephones of a private organization—usually a business—and also connect them to the public switched telephone network (PSTN) via trunk lines. The trunk lines can be analog PSTN lines, PRI channels over T1 or […]

Is WAN consolidation part of IT consolidation?

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. Is WAN consolidation part of IT consolidation? Enterprises are moving their various applications and services that have been living in unconnected silos into consolidated single frameworks. A concrete example is the data-center consolidation where the applications and services that used to live in the independent servers within […]