Multi WAN Broadband Bonding

S.A.NE (Simple Aggregation of NEtworks) by Bondix Intelligence using Teltonika Routers. Hosted by Rural Broadband

S.A.NE (Simple Aggregation of NEtworks) by Bondix Intelligence is a software add-on that enables real WAN bonding on Teltonika Networks RUT and RUTX series multi-WAN routers.

* Real WAN bonding for applications that demand bandwidth aggregation

S.A.NE aggregates all available bandwidth from a router’s cellular and Ethernet WAN connections. The user experiences this aggregated bandwidth (upstream and downstream) as a single connection, with capacity exceeding what is available from any individual WAN, even for a single TCP connection.

S.A.NE is available as a 1- or 3-year software license for TELTONIKA RUTX09, RUTX11, RUTX12, RUTX14, RUTXR1, RUT950 and RUT955 products.

TELTONIKA routers with the S.A.NE bonding option must connect to a back-end gateway. This can be provided as a software image for you to host on your own Linux server, which should be located at a data centre or other location with symmetrical connectivity.

Alternatively, you can subscribe to a S.A.NE gateway hosted by Rural Broadband.

For more information on S.A.NE WAN bonding, and how to add S.A.NE to Teltonika routers, please contact us.

Multi WAN Bonding

S.A.NE is available as a 1- or 3-year software license for 

TELTONIKA RUTX09, RUTX11, RUTX12, RUTX14, RUTXR1, RUT950 and RUT955 products.

TELTONIKA routers with the S.A.NE bonding option must connect to a back-end gateway.

 Rural Broadband can host your S.A.NE gateway.

For more information on S.A.NE WAN bonding, and how to add S.A.NE to Teltonika routers, please contact us

The S.A.NE Trinity of Power

Smooth operation

While different WAN uplinks are available, only the primary uplink is used by the running application at a time. In the event of a primary uplink failure, automatically the system seamlessly switches to the next available interface/uplink without disconnecting or even interrupting existing connections.

Load balancing with seamless handover

Application data is distributed evenly over the available WAN uplinks, with the maximum available bandwidth for an application determined by the available bandwidth of its assigned uplink. If one uplink fails, affected traffic is distributed to a different uplink. If the new uplink has a lower bandwidth capacity, application performance may be automatically degraded to accommodate the lowered capacity, but with no interruption in service.

All together now (WAN aggregation) 

S.A.NE Bonding (aggregation): the smartest solution for the simultaneous use of several WAN uplinks. As a user, you benefit from the aggregated bandwidth of all the available WAN uplinks, while S.A.NE optimizes the distribution of traffic flows across the entire system. This is particularly advantageous if the bandwidth of a single connection cannot provide the bandwidth required by your application.