Mobile Hotspots explained and ranked

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. Mobile hotspot – explained and ranked We have talked about 4G LTE routers and dual sim routers in recent posts… Similarly, mobile hotspots are the portable Internet connectivity that you can take with you. If that sounds similar to your cell phone, actually that is not surprising […]

Dual SIM routers are awesome!

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. Dual SIM Routers are awesome! When the first dual SIM router concept was first developed by Mushroom Networks a decade ago, the idea of being able to load balance and even broadband bond 2 or more cellular modems (at the time 2G and 3G only) was quite […]

Types of MPLS VPN for connecting enterprise branches

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. Types of MPLS VPN for connecting enterprise branches MPLS (Multi Protocol Label Switching) is a mechanism for service providers to have the ability to route packets faster within their backbone network, especially compared to the legacy Frame Relay or ATM type networks, when used to connect enterprise branch […]

Unpacking DMVPN and making most of DMVPNs

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. Unpacking DMVPN and making most of DMVPNs DMVPN (Dynamic Multipoint Virtual Private Network) is a VPN solution that is designed to create tunnel connectivity between branch offices or between branch offices and hub. One of the key challenges in VPNs is the IP addressing scheme, especially if […]

How to reduce MPLS cost with SD-WAN

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. How to reduce MPLS cost with SD-WAN MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching) has been one of the primary methods for carriers and Internet service providers to provide premium point to point connectivity for businesses. The primary use case of MPLS links is connecting various branch offices to each […]

State of Internet Bonding in 2017 and Beyond

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. State of Internet Bonding in 2017 and Beyond “Internet bonding”, unlike physical-layer or MAC-layer carrier bonding, refers to the aggregation of ISP links with an OTT (Over The Top) overlay tunnel. With Internet bonding (also known as Broadband Bonding) an organization can combine any type of IP […]