The Hub-server is Part 2 of every Viprinet bonding configuration (the Router is Part 1).

The Hub-server acts as an exchange between Viprinet encrypted tunnels and public or private networks. The Hub-server can communicate with multiple Viprinet Routers simultaneously.

The Viprinet Hub-server also performs many of the same tasks at the Viprinet Router, such as disassembling and reassembling data streams, and monitoring WAN quality.

The main difference between each of the VPN Hub-server models shown below is the number of routers it can serve simultaneously.

To own or to rent? You can purchase and manage a Viprinet Hub-server, or if you prefer, subscribe to Netmondi's Managed Viprinet Hub-server Service.


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Viprinet Hub-server 1020

Entry-level hub for flexible VPN site linkage. Ideal for small-to-medium-sized networks, with a bonding capacity of up to 200 Mbps.

 

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Viprinet Hub-server 5010

Enterprise-level hub offers highest performance. Designed for managing a large number of clients with a bonding capacity of 2 Gbps. Ideal for large enterprises and ISPs. Includes Hub Redundancy, plus 2 hot-swappable power supply units for redundancy.

 

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Netmondi Managed Viprinet Hub-server Service

Customers who don't want to own and co-locate a Viprinet Hub-server have the option of letting Netmondi do the work by subscribing to our managed service. Our service is perfect for either customers with a limited number of Viprinet Routers to serve, or for customers in the early stages of a larger deployment. Netmondi's Viprinet Hubs are located in the best data centers in North America.

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Options

The following Viprinet Hub-server options are available for purchase:

  • Streaming Optimization
  • Enhanced SNMP Monitoring
  • Hub-server Redundancy System
  • Hub-server Tunnel Segmentation
  • Traffic Accounting
  • VPN Client