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Linux device balances loads using multiple WAN lines

Dec 17, 2004 — by Henry Kingman — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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The Peplink Manga (managed adaptive network gateway) is a Linux-powered, ARM-based access device platform, which is offered in a variety of configurations. One configuration supports multiple, load-balanced WAN links, including DSL, cable, T1, and modem links. The device targets businesses and service providers.

Read all about the Manga, and the flexible ways it can be deployed, in our complete Device Profile.

Read device profile of Peplink Manga


 
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