Tag Archives : Internet bonding


WAN Orchestration Extending Beyond Basic Network Configuration   Recently updated !

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WAN Orchestration refers to the dynamic management of the WAN resources to accomplish easy configuration and on-going resource management. Some uses of the term orchestration, especially in the SDN (Software Defined Networking) space has been limited to the first part of the meaning, i.e. just the configuration. However, WAN Orchestration takes that one step further […]

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T1 is a dying technology

RIP T1 Bonding   Recently updated !

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Until fairly recently, when a company grows from a small company to a mid-sized business, you had no choice but to utilize the T1 bonding approach for getting enough bandwidth for your mission critical Internet applications that required strict QoS (Quality of Service). We have seen many times, how rapidly new technologies can shake up […]


How to take control of your VPN performance – part 2

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In my last post, I have talked about applying broadband bonding technology to improve inter-office VPN performance (Virtual Private Network performance) by increasing available throughput and by boosting reliability. Once you have taken care of the transport, you still need to make sure to available IP connectivity is indeed “oiled” well for the applications you […]

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How to take control of your VPN performance 2

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Managing the VPN performance is important for an organization because of the increasing demand of the applications running within that VPN tunnel. When a branch office is connected to a private cloud data center or a HQ (Head-Quarter) office, that VPN tunnel performance dictates the effectiveness and efficiency of that office as the cloud based […]


How to multihome your Internet lines

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Multihoming, i.e. the ability to bring together various Internet connections to create a fatter pipe is a valuable proposition to achieve Internet reliability and optimum performance. There can be multiple ways of multihoming ISPs, let me start by how not to multihome: A legacy way of adding multihoming to a network is by making use […]


Truffle reviews

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Here is a few selection of Truffle reviews, case-studies and feedback from Truffle users: Chaminade Resort hotel boost speed and reliability of their Internet access. Video review of Truffle LiteĀ and thoughts on WAN virtualization. M-Wave’s review of Truffle in a case study. Some snippets and quotes of reviews of Truffle by clients (at the end […]


Blended MPLS and beyond

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MPLS (Multi Protocol Label Switching) has risen in popularity with enterprises that require low-latency and high reliability. MPLS is a framework where the carrier can provide switching instead of routing by utilizing simpler labeling within their network. This accelerates the routing process and therefore can provide lower latency. MPLS networks however are still dependent to […]

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