IT Support - Load Balancing

Router

A router is a networking device that forwards data between computer networks. Routers perform the “traffic directing” functions on the Internet. Usually connecting one private network with one or many public networks.  However a Router passes traffic based on rules and does not do any filtering or blocking of traffic.

Count On 100% Up-time with Automatic Fail-over.

Automatic Fail-over keeps your network up and running by continually checking the health of all connected links and routing traffic around inactive or intermittent connections. You can even customize Automatic Fail-over’s behavior, specifying conditional or dedicated backup links that dynamically respond to network status.

 Prioritize and Balance Traffic by Type or Application.

The Load Balancing appliance incorporates 7 advanced link load-balancing algorithms and customizable rules that put you in complete control of network data priorities. Just set your traffic priorities, including VoIP and custom application traffic, with a few clicks and let the appliance take care of the load-balancing and optimization details — day in, day out.

Possibly the World’s Easiest VPN.

PepVPN is our foundation VPN engine. It is ideal for establishing a secure tunnel over any WAN link. On top of all the benefits of IPsec and other conventional VPN technologies, the PepVPN engine also offers:

  • Long-distance Ethernet cable − PepVPN allows a secure and seamless Ethernet tunnel over any IP connection (Layer 2 over Layer 3). It virtually provides a long-distance Ethernet cable over any WAN link.
  • Seamless transition − PepVPN and SpeedFusion share the same foundation VPN engine. It means all your PepVPN and SpeedFusion devices will work flawlessly together. It also allows you to easily upgrade a PepVPN endpoint to SpeedFusion, to take advantage of the added benefits, without having to worry about compatibility.
  • Works in any dynamic IP environment − PepVPN is fully compatible with any dynamic IP environment and NAT, allowing you to establish a VPN behind a NAT gateway or firewall without worrying about static IP addresses.

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