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Peplink Balance 310 Multi-WAN Router (BPL-310)

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  • Multi-WAN Router (3 WAN) for Small Business
  • 3x FE WAN ports plus 1x USB WAN port for use with 4G LTE / 3G modem
  • 4-port GE LAN switch
  • 1U Rack mount Kit included, Drop-In Mode, VPN Bonding
  • 100Mbps throughput
  • 7 Load Balancing Algorithms
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Product Description

Model: 3 WAN

Smarter Router. Faster Internet. The Peplink Balance features up to 7 advanced load balancing algorithms that distribute network traffic among all connected links for faster, more responsive networking. When you want more speed, just add more links using DSL, Cable, Satellite, and 3G/4G/LTE connections, all balanced and optimized with our outbound traffic manager and DSL/Cable Optimization Technology. You get blazing quick performance that scales on demand and automatically adapts to even the heaviest network traffic. Load Balancing and Automatic Health Checks Keep You Open for Business. Get the most out of your Internet connectivity investment and keep network traffic moving smoothly at all times with Peplink Internet link load balancing. Pep link's intelligent load-balancing algorithms automatically analyze network activity and efficiently distribute traffic, preventing slowdowns and productivity losses. Our Automatic Failover and Health Check technology continually monitors DNS, ping, and HTTP response on all connected links, rerouting traffic around dead links to ensure seamless connectivity. Easy Outbound Policy Management Helps You Stick to Your Mission. Simplify outbound policy management, even with multiple WANs, using drag-and-drop rule priorities, per-application policies, routing by protocol, custom device rules, and domain-specific policies. No other router gives you this level of control, and it's easy to ensure that your most important traffic always gets VIP treatment. Our Web Admin Interface, CLI, and In Control Suit Every Management Style. Manage your Balance your way. The Balance's built-in Web Admin Interface features drag-and-drop simplicity, Configuration Wizards, and extensive help to make management a breeze. For command-line fans and legacy users, there's our new CLI interface, and remote users can manage multiple Balance units from anywhere with In Control cloud-based management.

Product Information

Model:3 WAN

Technical Details

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Brand Name Peplink
Item model number BPL-310
Item Weight 2.8 pounds
Product Dimensions 11.6 x 6.2 x 1.7 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 11.6 x 6.25 x 1.72 inches
Batteries 1 Lithium Metal batteries required.

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4.6 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #35,255 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
#1,995 in Computers & Accessories > Routers
Shipping Weight 4.3 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available April 3, 2009

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Style Name: 2 WAN
I no longer own this particular Peplink router. I am currently using the Peplink One and in the interim, I also owned a Peplink 20.

I live in rural Vermont, and my only possible network connection is DSL from a small, independent telephone company. I am at the end of the wire in terms of service, so to get better than 4.5 meg downloads, I have 2 DSL lines that the Peplink manages intelligently.

I had a few problems initially with connectivity with the Models 20 & 210, but the folks at Peplink stuck it out LONG after other vendors might have thrown in the towel and given up on my circumstances.

The people at Peplink place customer service at the center of everything they do. They would not give up. They made phone calls regularly. They monitored the performance of the router. They wrote custom software for my situation as they gradually resolved an issue they had never encountered before. Think about it, how many large router companies have to deal with small, independent phone companies? These guys hung in there, and now I'm running quite happily on the Peplink One (a model I'm not sure is fully available in the US just yet as of this writing).

I don't want to imply that Peplink couldn't have solved my issues on the 20 or the 210. In fact, the fixes they discovered for my unique situation have been rolled into the firmware across their product line. It just so happens that the Balance One has more features than the 20, and is more cost effective than the 210. Either of those products would now meet my needs, but the One includes an 8 port 10/100/1000 ethernet switch, Wifi, and manages by dual-DSL connection with ease.

One of the things I most appreciated about the Peplink staff with whom I dealt really puts them in a category of their own.
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Style Name: 2 WAN Verified Purchase
I purchased this router to replace a previous load balancing router that actually supported up to 8 WAN connections. The problem with this other router (Xincom) was that its firewall kept interfering with some of my applications -- especially VoIP.

My office maintains 2 WAN connections a cable modem and a DSL line. The router is supposed to sample the load on each and route traffic to the least used connection. It's also suppose to detect when a connection goes down and automatically route traffic to the remaining connection(s).

The Xincom never correctly detected when a connection went down (when a connection fails, it returns a "fake" internal IP address which the Xincom mistook for being a valid connection).

The Peplink over came every one of these problems out of the box. As soon as I plugged it in and configured it with my network, both VoIP phones worked perfectly as well as my existing applications. It fully supports port forwarding, firewall protection, VPN access while at the same time performing load balancing and fault detection/redirection.

Coincidentally, on the third day of having the Peplink installed, my cable connection went down. It took me a couple of hours to realize this because Peplink had detected the failure and redirected all traffic through the DSL line.

This is a great product for someone wanting higher performance by using multiple WAN connections.
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Style Name: 2 WAN
I have installed a few of these Peplink units in our remote offices. We are using Comcast HSI as our primary ISP and DSL as the backup. After installing one of these units (1st install), we actually had our cable cut to our Comcast modem by construction workers the next day! It failed over to the DSL connection without anyone knowing it. The Comcast connection was down for 2 days! If we hadn't just installed the DSL and this Router, our office would have had to shut down. We host a number of customer service reps and they access the customer database over a VPN through the internet. Without the backup we would have to send them home and would have lost sales and revenue. Paid for itself that day. Since then I have bought 2 more and have installed them at our other offices. Great product, haven't had to reboot one since they were installed, cross my fingers. They are on the high side of diy routers, but still cheaper than Cisco and can be setup by a tech with a little networking experience. Install the Pepwave OfficePoint with this unit for wireless, it works just as well. Bought these for our multi-level buildings in a mesh for total coverage. When we purchased them they were 50% off, a no brainer. Cannot touch the features of this WAP for the price. Look it up on their site. Another great product.
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Style Name: 2 WAN Verified Purchase
This was fairly easy to setup. I did have some minor issues with detection on one of the WAN connections, but that turned out to be a problem with Century Link and packet loss. I am happy with how we can use bandwidth on port 80 between both connections. This has been a life saver for our VPN users, and managing different traffic.
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Style Name: 3 WAN Verified Purchase
I live in a rural area with a crappy isp that will never upgrade past 1.5 Mbps speed. Running a home office, I looked at various solutions and came upon the Peplink series of routers. I've been running it for a month now with three ADSL connections. I'm extremely happy with the device and would recommend it strongly for anyone in a situation similar to mine. It's important to note that this doesn't create a virtualized network that adds all WAN connections together (those products are prohibitively expensive), but rather balances traffic across all available connections. So torrent downloads will make use of the aggregated bandwidth while single session ftp downloads won't. That said:

Easy to set up with great web based administration tools
Bonds ADSL lines with different balancing algorithms that take advantage of any threaded downloads
Great technical support


In sum, it's a lifesaver given my circumstances, and the product is well designed and does what it's advertised to do. I'd buy it again.
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