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Bulletproof broadband for the home office


There is an excellent article that appeared on gadget magazine about Fusion Broadband's bullet proof SD-WAN.

At my own home office I have a combination of Vuma and Openserve which is managed by the Fusion SD-WAN which provides 100% uptime.

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Openserve ONT

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Vuma ONT

At my home office I use a more cost effective mini UPS than the one in the gadget article. That one is required to support a microwave link and this requires more base power. The one I use is the UltraLAN 60W unit which manages to keep the two ONTs, the SD-WAN unit as well as a WiFi Access Point up and running during the periods of loadshedding.

This article was originally published over on LinkedIn: Bulletproof broadband for the home office


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