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Intelligent

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No Coordination With Your ISP Needed

We are ISP and Hardware Neutral

With our Software Defined Network, no new equipment or software is necessary from your Internet Service Provider(s) and all ISPs are supported. We are ISP and hardware neutral. A user-friendly web-based management interface is provided for quick and easy configuration and system monitoring, either locally or remotely over the internet.

SD-WAN is Intelligent

SD-WAN enabled networks are capable of monitoring WAN health and quality, then using these measurements to make intelligent decisions on application traffic flow. This arrangement has several key benefits:

Real time services like VoIP and video can be sent via the lowest latency link.

Intelligent failover and active/active configurations can be used to guarantee reliability even when a WAN link fails.

WAN connectivity can be added as and when required to provide agility.

Best of all, once configured, all traffic is managed automatically by the software defined rules set on the device – no human interaction is required.

all wan types

Session

Consistency

The onsite CPE unit monitors and intelligently reacts in real-time to mitigate any performance degradation caused by the WAN links at the branch offices. Managed parameters and network problems include packet loss, latency, jitter, cross-traffic, buffer management, MTU problems, black holes as well as others. In case of packet loss, a spike in latency or any other degradation on any of the WAN links at the branch office, the CLL tunnel between location and data center maintains the ongoing IP sessions without loss of performance by shielding the effects of dropped WAN link, lost packets, high latency on any of the links.

Intelligent Load Balancing

In peered mode, the software will bond all types of traffic in download and upload. Without peering, non-HTTP download sessions and all upload sessions initiated from the Local Network, will be session based load balanced intelligently across the WAN lines. The application and cookie semantics will be preserved.

As the single data stream from the LAN is managed at a packet-level, the software can proactively change how each circuit is used: Detect the quality of any of the circuits and ensure that packets are sent across the best-performing circuits at the time. And, Remove underperforming circuits to provide superior performance, stability, efficiency, and uptime. 247 Networks' Software Defined Network (SDN/ SD WAN) also dynamically adds circuits back once performance thresholds return to normal

Dynamically Adapting Tunnel Bandwidth

Dynamically adapting tunnel bandwidth to reflect actual circuit performance enables the 247 Networks platform to manage the customer experience for consistency with the:
 

Ability to adjust download and upload speeds of each circuit to off-set increases in circuit latency or packet loss.


Dynamically remove and re-add circuits if circuits flap or exceed customer-defined thresholds for packet loss. This helps ensure that latency and packet loss remains as low as possible on every circuit and maintains the performance of both latency-sensitive and bulk applications.

How Does WAN Optimization Work?

Protocol Optimization

In peered mode, the software will bond all types of traffic in download and upload. Without peering, non-HTTP download sessions and all upload sessions initiated from the Local Network, will be session based load balanced intelligently across the WAN lines. The application and cookie semantics will be preserved.

Block-Level Deduplication

Identifies and caches bytes locally to avoid repeated transmissions back and forth. Examples include the contents of email chains, attached documents that don’t change, and screen layouts and content in hosted desktop applications

Real-Time Data Compression

Applied to all data using modern compression techniques to reduce the amount of data transmitted across your WAN connection by up to 98%. This frees up bandwidth to be used by other applications for improved response times, even for applications that are not undergoing optimization.

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