Bandwidth Management

FatPipe developed the concept of bandwidth management over multiple lines. FatPipe WAN redundancy technology, allows multiple connections to the WAN ensuring highly reliable connectivity. FatPipe QoS can be overlaid on all connections ensuring no matter the pathway, band management is in effect.

FatPipe's enhanced QoS gives granular control over how IP traffic is transmitted across a network, and as a result, helps control network costs. Businesses can reduce bandwidth requirements and resolve bottlenecking issues when bandwidth is allocated for specific business applications.

FatPipe's enhanced QoS technology includes application layer QoS (layer 7) in addition to the networking layer where bandwidth can be assigned by IP or port (layers 3 and 4). Application level QoS gives the ability to create rules that guarantee bandwidth based on application such as VoIP and Citrix over other applications. Layer 7 QoS also allows bandwidth restrictions for peer-to-peer traffic, such as Bit Torrent, instant messaging, and VoIP applications. FatPipe QoS also supports DSCP tagging, it can tag or read previous DSCP tags to identify traffic.


Unlike traditional QoS, FatPipe QoS is combined with link load balancing, which ensures that rules are applied to additional lines when a failure occurs to the primary connection, providing redundancy for all IP infrastructure data transmissions. FatPipe QoS rules are network aware and can be applied per link, traditional QoS does not have this layer of granularity. FatPipe QoS also has a feature for equal bandwidth distribution which guarantees fair use of bandwidth within a QoS rule.

Multi line Qos


FatPipe QoS for MPSec provides intelligent traffic shaping for Private data over multiple paths. Allocate bandwidth resources, set performance parameters, and assign priorities to different traffic flows to streamline performance for WAN communications. FatPipe MPSec with QoS provides for highly efficient, intelligent, self-healing connectivity.