Critical applications such as VoIP or Video Conferencing are frequently transmitted in site-to-site VPN networks. For multi-office enterprises, site-to-site VPN connectivity with enough bandwidth and high reliability is a key to success. However, VPN network is established based on a single Internet circuit; should the circuit fails, there is no way to keep the connectivity. Besides, when bandwidth demand grows, adding WAN links for more bandwidth is technically difficult to achieve. This could mean expensive upgrades or change for legacy WAN infrastructure.

Increasing Speed and Reliability for Site-to-Site VPN Network

> Site-to-Site VPN Bonding
The inbuilt XBond (bandwidth bonding technology) is able to deliver maximum performance for VPN connectivity. It has the ability to spread VPN traffic by packet across multiple Internet connections, and this make VPN Bonding goes further than session-level WAN load balancing. Q-Balancer VPN Bonding provides a faster, more reliable and secure connection for all the online activities, from browsing, video streaming and large file transfers. Q-Balancer VPN bonding is auto-provisioned, and so can be configured automatically in an effort to reduce operational and overhead costs.

> Automated VPN Tunnel Failover
Once the VPN bonding is properly configured on the appliances at both ends, the appliances will automatically keep VPN connectivity up and running. Therefore, the appliances will divert VPN traffic down the remaining active paths in the event of WAN outage, and send VPN traffic through again once the Internet connection restores from outage.

Top Benefits

  • Increased application performance

  • Automated VPN Tunnel Failover & Fallback

  • Fully meshed resiliency

  • Service provider independence

  • Support static IP, dynamic IP, and private IP.