Peplink Balance One
The Peplink Balance One is an enterprise Dual-WAN router that is particularly suited for small business environments where fast, reliable and stable mobile Internet is required. The built-in dual-band access point (802.11ac) turns this device into a hotspot for up to 120 users.
USB port for 3G/4G modem
Peplink’s Balance One features a USB port for connecting a 3G/4G LTE modem for Failover. Should the Internet connection be lost, this modem will take over the tasks of the network. The USB port supports more than 250 3G/4G modems from different providers.
Dual-band access point
This router is equipped with a built-in dual-band access point (802.11ac). The access point operates simultaneously on the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands. Deploy the Peplink Balance One as a hotspot and up to 60 users per radio (total of 120) enjoy high-speed wireless Internet.
VPN tunnels can be easily set up with the Peplink Balance One. A VPN tunnel is a secure connection to work on the corporate network from any location. This router can set up up to 2 VPN tunnels at a time, allowing multiple users to work on the corporate network from one location at a time.
Convert LAN ports to WAN, SpeedFusion
With an optional license it is possible to convert the first three LAN ports (1-3) to WAN ports (3-5), keep in mind that this lowers the maximum throughput of the router to 400 Mbps.
Creating additional WAN ports is useful, for example, when the optional SpeedFusion bonding license is purchased. Among other things, this license allows Internet connections from different providers to be joined together to create a higher bandwidth. This boosts the performance of the network.
AP Controller and InControl2
With the AP Controller and InControl2, the wireless network of the Peplink can be easily managed. With this low-threshold interface, reports and detailed event logs can be viewed. It can also be used to set up a WiFi hotspot for the customer. This can be done with the Captive Portal function of the controller. This allows you to easily determine things like connection speed and data usage limits.