Combine multiple Internet connections and make them seem as one
Link Bonding involves combining 2 or more WAN connections into a single 'virtual' connection to achieve faster download and upload bandwidth speeds and increased reliability.
Implementing a Link Bonding solution requires a UBM at the customer premise (CPE) and another UBM at your ISP datacentre or hub. Xrio Enterprise Infrastructure Parners offer this service on a shared rental basis, for more information on this solution contact our team now.
The virtual bonded connection combines the bandwidth capacity of each circuit connected to the UBM appliance and presents itself to the network via a single cable and public IP address range. No Network Address Translation takes place.
The diagram below shows a typical Link Bonding solution:
Benefits of Link Bonding
- Bond any type of connection
Combine similar or different types of access technology, including, ADSL, ADSL2+, ADSL MAX, SDSL, Leased Lines and Cable.
- Reduce limitations of Internet technologies
Reduce the impact of contention ratios and distance of DSL connections to the local exchange.
- Aggregate multiple connections
Add additional Internet connections as your requirements determine without waiting for infrastructure developments or upgrades.
- Higher bandwidth capacity
Increase the capacity of your customers Internet connections, to provide even greater speeds for their mission-critical applications.
- Internet resilience
Ensure a continuous connection with no interruption to services. If an Internet connection fails, Xrio UBM will keep you connected through other active connections instantly.
Simply add (or remove) Internet connections as your organisation needs change.
- Cost effective
Bond multiple low-cost ADSL connections for high speed and added resilience as an alternative to expensive leased line solutions.