FatPipe's Multi-line QoS avoids network congestion
FatPipe's Multi-line QoS allows customers to prioritize their WAN traffic for hybrid networks. This is especially useful for ensuring that real-time traffic like -- voice and video -- gets priority over other types of traffic. FatPipe's Multi-line QoS enables clients to optimize the efficiency of their network and prioritize data flow up to 8 levels in relation to priority, latency, and packet loss. It gives the ability to assign bandwidth parameters to business applications, guaranteeing the minimum quality and bandwidth as they define it.
FatPipe QoS can classify packets based on the application they belong to. FatPipe QoS can also work with application-specific information regardless of port numbers used by transport protocols.
FatPipe's Multi-line QoS is combined with link load balancing to ensure that rules are applied to additional or secondary lines when a failover occurs to the primary WAN line, providing redundancy for WAN infrastructure data transmissions.
FatPipe QoS also provides some degree of control over incoming network traffic by letting the user limit the rate at which the LAN receives traffic from each of the WAN links. While this does not help conserve bandwidth, it can help reduce the occurrence of unwanted connection-oriented traffic.
FatPipe QoS along with Fatpipe MPVPN provides the highest level of VPN Security, fault tolerance, and speed for mission critical VPNs. It can aggregate any combination of DS3, T1, E3, E1, DSL, wireless, and cable lines for a cost effective global hybrid wide area network. FatPipe QoS provides granular control of WAN traffic at the application and network levels for superb performance, reliability and stability.