Monthly Archives: March 2016

Understanding Link Load Balancing vs Server Load Balancing

Load balancing is a term that is frequently used in network and data-center designs, at times it can mean different things to different people. Link load balancing is a term that refers to the management of the traffic that is initiated within a local network and destined to go out […]

DSL bonding

DSL Bonding vs Bonding DSL with Cable

If your branch offices are distributed over multiple geographical regions, chances are your WAN connectivity options at every branch office are not uniform and in some cases limited. Unlike a decade ago, a single WAN connection is never going to be an acceptable network design given the fact that organizations […]