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badassbob

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> Gigabit speeds Hardware
« on: August 14, 2014, 04:15:21 PM »
Hello, and a good day to you.  I was wondering what you recommend for hardware specs for greater than 1Gigabit speeds.

We are currently using Ecessa PowerLinks 175ehq models between 3 sites, and very soon we are adding a 1 gig point to point circuit between our main datacenter (Core) & our DR/backup site (edge).  Our current powerlink units can do multilink channel bonding that we send our vpn traffic over, but they cannot handle more the 175-200M of traffic.  So we are looking for a solution between our core datacenter & out backup site (and maybe even our other edge office).

What do you recommend for hardware based on the speeds of each circuit at each location (speed listed as down/up)

Core - datacenter
1G/1G
100M/100M
100M/20M
10M/10M

Backup DR sire
1G/1G
100M/100M
100M/20M
10M/10M

Office (edge) 3
50M/50M
50M/5M
5M/5M

Ideally we would like to bond these link together at each site & pass our vpn traffic through the bonded channel(s)

Any thought on hardware specs we should use to provide combined speeds above would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

« Last Edit: August 14, 2014, 04:20:42 PM by badassbob »

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Re: > Gigabit speeds Hardware
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2014, 05:46:01 PM »
Hi Bob,

The Ecessa flagship capabilities seems to be in the link bonding and link fail-over technology. This is not something that Wanos is configured to do.

That said, to bond multiple links is relatively simple. Without investigating the PowerLink tech in too much detail I believe the secret sauce will be in the link selection / load balancing algorithms.
« Last Edit: September 25, 2014, 09:34:22 PM by ahenning »
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