I have been a Peplink user for the past 8+ years, I've used the 380 and 310 routers to connect bond DSL, Cable modem, and EDI/Ethernet internet services and create secure VPN tunnels between facilities. Compared to other devices I have used in the past (edgemarc, cisco), these are head and shoulders above the rest. I wanted to comment on the excellent support I received from West Networks when I experienced an issue that was, in the end, not even related to there product. Our Peplink 380 was rebooting spontaneously every 60 seconds which brought down our remote sites. Within the hour, I had Peter on the phone who was troubleshooting with Peplink Engineers and guiding me through the process every step of the way. He even offered to fly in and swap out the unit same day! I have never received such solid support from a vendor in my 15 year IT career. I am more used to being transferred two or three times, being put on hold for hours, waiting for a call back over a 2 day period or communicating issues thru an online support case system. Knowing that someone like Peter is on the end of the other line to help me in the rare cases I have an issue - is super comforting!
SpeedFusion Bandwidth Bonding
Peplink’s patent-pending SpeedFusion technology powers enterprise VPNs that tap into the bandwidth of up to 13 low-cost cable, DSL, 3G/4G/LTE, and other links connected anywhere on your corporate or institutional WAN. Whether you’re transferring a few documents or driving realtime POS data, video feeds, and VoIP conversations, SpeedFusion pumps all your data down a single fat datapipe that’s budget-friendly, ultra-fast, and easily configurable to suit any networking environment. Read more.
With the Peplink Balance, all your cable, DSL, cellular, and other links will work together to handle even the most demanding traffic, without lags or downtime. When you need more speed, add more connections. Peplink Internet Load Balancers are application aware, so you can ensure that most important data and applications always get VIP treatment. Learn more.
SpeedFusion Hot Failover
With other VPN technologies, WAN failover terminates existing VPN connections, resulting in costly downtime. SpeedFusion Hot Failover maintains secure tunnels over all available WAN links to keep you up and running when a connection drops out. If a WAN link fails, SpeedFusion Hot Failover instantly and seamlessly routes traffic to a working tunnel for uninterrupted VoIP sessions, unbreakable VPNs, and all day, every day productivity. Learn more.
InControl 2 Cloud Device Management
InControl 2 is our cloud based device management, monitoring, and reporting tool designed specifically for Peplink and Pepwave devices. Any of our devices can now be registered for InControl 2. With InControl 2, you get advanced administration tools, unprecedented device visibility, and comprehensive reporting. Discover more.
- Content Filtering
- LTE Backup USB
- Near-Zero VPN Configuration (SpeedFusion)
- VLAN Support
- High Availability Failover
- Current Stock:
- Usually Ships within 24 hours
- WAN Interface:
- 3x GE
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- LAN Interface:
- 3x GE
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- Package Content:
- Balance Router, Power Cord, 1 Pair of Mounting Brackets
- Dimensions (WxHxD)::
- 16.8" x 1.73" x 12"
- 8.8 lb
We used the Peplink 380's for years in a multi-wan configuration for a large multi-campus church. Until just recently these where our network core devices which carried all network traffic to the internet or between sites. Speedfusion VPN worked like a charm and giving us an 80 meg tunnel between campuses across multiple smaller DSL and cable connections. We recently upgraded our network with dedicated ethernet over fiber connections and a large bandwidth connection at a central site. Keeping a central router for the bandwidth connection and using it to control 17+ Peplink access points across all campuses and to provide QOS. We replaced the remote routers with Peplink switches managing everything through the Incontrol web management portal.