Are Internet load balancers here to stay? Two opposing arguments, you decide

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. Are Internet load balancers here to stay? Two opposing arguments, you decide Why and when do you need more than one of something? For example, if you need storage, would you not go for a single storage device that has enough capacity versus a RAID based storage […]

How do dual WAN routers handle 2 IP addresses?

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. How do dual WAN routers handle 2 IP addresses? As Mushroom Networks, we provide dual WAN and multi-WAN solutions for enterprises and therefore we commonly get asked about having 2 or more IP addresses from 2 different ISPs and how that will work. This is a very […]

What Are the Reasons to Have Multiple Internet Connections?

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on auto-pilot. What Are the Reasons to Have Multiple Internet Connections? The short answer is “it depends”. It depends on various factors, namely: Your traffic and internet application profile: Depending on your business, your Internet users will have various applications and services that they use daily and that they depend […]

Should You Migrate Your 2 Router, 2 ISP Network to a Multi-WAN Router Network?

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. Should You Migrate Your 2 Router, 2 ISP Network to a Multi-WAN Router Network? For one reason or another, your organization may have inherited an office network setup that has two separate routers and two separate ISP connections, servicing the same Local Area Network (LAN). The original […]

How to modify port forwarding rules on my legacy router when installing a multi WAN router?

Mushroom Networks Blog Set your network on autopilot. How to modify port forwarding rules on my legacy router when installing a multi WAN router? Port forwarding is a term used to described forwarding rules that you setup on a firewall/router for specific type of IP traffic. As an example you may have an email server […]