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Snipe Lv2Posted 22 Mar 2023 22:35

Hello everyone, how many ISP can the SD WAN Applicance supported and what is the minimum throughput?

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The number of port is the number of ISP can cater. So if you have 4 port then it can support 4 ISP. The throughput varies and depends on the model. You need to see the datasheet. https://www.sangfor.com/sites/de ... ochure_20210923.pdf
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Faisal Piliang Posted 22 Mar 2023 23:46
  
the SD WAN Applicance enjoy higher thouput with multiple bonded links frombest local Internet Service Provider.
Zonger Lv3Posted 23 Mar 2023 04:15
  
Min 80 kbps (including Dynamic Virtual Path type) Internet/Intranet: 100 kbps.
rivsy Lv5Posted 23 Mar 2023 11:20
  
The minimum throughput and ISP ports is depend on the Sangfor Secure SD-WAN appliance model.

Minimum using M4500F-I are below:
Firewall Throughput - 2GBPS
NGFW Throughput - 1.4GBPS
IPS + WAF Throughput (HTTP) - 1.2GBPS
Threat Protection Throughput - 1GBPS
IPsec VPN Throughput - 250MBPS

Please refer to the link below for the SANGFOR SECURE SD-WAN MODELs:

RegiBoy Lv5Posted 23 Mar 2023 16:59
  
The number of port is the number of ISP can cater. So if you have 4 port then it can support 4 ISP. The throughput varies and depends on the model. You need to see the datasheet. https://www.sangfor.com/sites/de ... ochure_20210923.pdf
SassyScorpio Lv2Posted 24 Mar 2023 18:27
  
The number of ISP (Internet Service Provider) connections that an SD-WAN (Software-Defined Wide Area Network) appliance can support and the minimum throughput it requires can vary depending on the specific product and model of the appliance. However, in general, most SD-WAN appliances can support multiple ISP connections and have a minimum throughput of at least a few hundred Mbps.

Some SD-WAN appliances can support up to 8 or more ISP connections, which can be used to create a highly available and resilient network. Other appliances may only support 2 or 3 ISP connections. The number of supported connections may also depend on the licensing and subscription model of the appliance.

As for minimum throughput, it can range from a few hundred Mbps to several Gbps, depending on the appliance. However, it's important to note that the actual throughput achieved can also depend on factors such as network topology, link quality, and the type of traffic being transmitted.
Imran Tahir Lv4Posted 27 Mar 2023 11:53
  

the SD WAN Applicance enjoy higher thouput with multiple bonded links frombest local Internet Service Provider.
Jhazz Lv3Posted 27 Mar 2023 13:28
  
Depends on the model of SD WAN appliance for the minimum throughput of it
Farina Ahmed Lv5Posted 27 Mar 2023 15:43
  
The ability to support multiple connection types, such as MPLS, Last Mile Fiber Optic Network or through high speed cellular networks e.g. 4G LTE and 5G wireless technologies. Throughput depends on model and traffic
Abdul Sami Lv2Posted 27 Mar 2023 18:09
  
The Sangfor SD WAN Appliance supports up to three ISPs and the minimum throughput is 1 Mbps.

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