Ultimate WAN Connectivity: True Bonding for Unmatched Reliability and Speed
Broadband bonding refers to the combination of multiple internet connections to form a single, more reliable, and faster connection. This technology is used to improve network reliability, increase network capacity, and reduce the cost of internet service. There are three main types of broadband bonding: load balancing, true bonding, and hybrid bonding.
WAN BOX’s True bonding solution, also known as failover bonding, combines multiple internet connections to provide a single, fast connection. In the event of a connection failure, data is automatically redirected to another connection to ensure that the user does not experience any downtime. True bonding is best for users who require maximum reliability and high speeds, as it provides a more robust connection compared to load balancing.
In conclusion, broadband bonding provides a more reliable, faster, and cost-effective internet connection by combining multiple WAN connections.