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  • Single ISP:
    PROS
    -Less device (no load balancer/aggregator) needed.

    CONS
    -No redundancy

    Dual/Aggregated:
    Pros
    -Redundancy if any case the other ISP went down.

    Cons
    -Load balancer/aggregator is needed.
    -Cost ???
  • @ronkx

    In terms of connection quality? Which do you think is better?

    Kasi it seems mas makakatipid kami if we'll go for a bonded DSL lines (siguro 3-bonded 10Mbps ADSL, around 15k overall) compared to one Metro-E leased line or iGate that costs around 45-50k pesos.

    Any thoughts mga sir?
  • What's more important? Speed or Connectivity?

    Look at multi-WAN bonding, over more than a single type of connection DSL/CABLE/3G/4G/Wifi as WAN, if Up time is more important.
  • Stability of connection sir.
  • Realize this, stability (meaning always up time) of a single WAN connection is not something you can control. What you can however do is provide an Always Up solution (meaning no disruption) by layering a service that switches gateway routing when 1 WAN connection goes down...it automatically switches to the next available WAN connection.

    What I have at home is Peplink's Pepwave OTG-Max multi WAN router, I have PLDT as the main WAN source, 2nd is a SMARTBro LTE USB Stick, 3rd is SMARTLTE from my LTE Android phone, and 4th is GLOBE LTE from my HTC One. I've got it setup atm so that PLDT is the priority connection... any device that needs internet connectivity gets PLDT...it fails over to SMARTBRO LTE/SMART LTE/GLOBE LTE when PLDT gets disrupted...

    I could also do different routing rules based on many scenarios... ie. I can setup a rule that any Youtube access is enforced to stay and use the SMARTBRO LTE stick... or this particular PC only uses GLOBE LTE.... for example.

    Peplink also has Speedfusion, where multi WAN connection are bonded between two Speedfusion capable routers...hence a VPN thats setup to be always up. (ie. Site 1 has a speedfusion router and has DSL and 3G connectivity, Site 2 has a speedfusion router thats only attached to 4G or LTE... any connection between Site 1 and 2 gets routed through DSL or 3G on Site 1 and received at Site 2 via Mobile internet connection... and they are able to keep the connection up always since each side can failover to either WAN connection they have up.
  • ^very well said. .
  • Good afternoon po...

    Hihingi lang po ako ng tulong kung paano mababago yong PLDT modem ko to bridge mode.

    UP ko lang po para sa tanong na ito...

    -- edited by ZLite on Mar 22 2015, 03:46 PM
  • ^anong modem model name?
  • @Bravoexo

    Thanks for the input Sir. So I guess I can propose to discard the plan on availing the expensive PLDT iGate and go for much reliable / redundant bonded connection?

    Any suggestions for a link bonding router? service?

    Thanks~
  • Hello!

    Sino po adik dito sa ipsec pwede pasilip neto?

    pluto (23394) Dead Peer Detection (RFC 3706) enabled
    pluto (23394) ignoring informational payload, type IPSEC_RESPONDER_LIFETIME
    pluto (23394) sent QI2, IPsec SA established {ESP=>0x5bfc476e <0xca3ba95e}
    pluto (23394) replace IPSEC State #40 in 10 seconds
    pluto (23394) replace IPSEC State #39 in 10 seconds
    pluto (23394) initiating Quick Mode PSK+ENCRYPT+TUNNEL+UP to replace #39 {using isakmp#33}
    pluto (23394) initiating Quick Mode PSK+ENCRYPT+TUNNEL+UP to replace #40 {using isakmp#33}
    pluto (23394) ignoring informational payload, type IPSEC_RESPONDER_LIFETIME
    pluto (23394) Dead Peer Detection (RFC 3706) enabled
    pluto (23394) sent QI2, IPsec SA established {ESP=>0x7f8227a7 <0xc050008b}
    pluto (23394) ignoring informational payload, type IPSEC_RESPONDER_LIFETIME
    pluto (23394) Dead Peer Detection (RFC 3706) enabled
    pluto (23394) sent QI2, IPsec SA established {ESP=>0x77993883 <0xc8f16508}

    Nagtry na ko magsearch via net kaso limited info lang nahahanap ko.

    Bale yung actual na nangyayare eh biglang nadi-disconnect yung IPSEC namen going to main host from US pero pag nirestart mo yung ipsec connection sa side namen okay na ulet kaso may oras na napuputol.

    Any comments bago ako maglaglag ng email dun sa client namen sa US.

    sa pagkakaintindi ko lang sa error eh either na expire na yung IKE/ESP lifetime.
  • ask ko lang po kung pwede gamitin kahit anong usb wifi adapter para ma-access ung mga files sa Samsung HD TV (di kasi smart tv)

    gamit ko is Asus RT-N66U then may nakaconnect na hardisk thru usb

    thanks
  • Hi Antamedia hotspot users. Can I use my spare PLDT provided modem-router (Zyxel) for this?

    So basically I will be using two PLDT modem-routers (one connected to the internet and another one as wireless access point).

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