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    Default What is the Maximum Supported WAN Speed?

    What is the Maximum Supported WAN Speed by Untangle?

    Thanks,

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    There is no max, performance is determined by hardware limitation.
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    Thanks, but it can work with 50mb or T1 for examples?

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    My cable line is 10/100 and been working wonderfully. I've deployed it on a 200mb synchronous fiber line, that's the largest I've got direct experience with.

    I've had customers use 10gb fiber. But that's internal.

    Again it's all about the hardware.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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    Thanks once again, highly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by habibalby View Post
    Thanks, but it can work with 50mb or T1 for examples?

    Thanks,
    currently have a box with 2 WAN connections: 100Mb (fiber via radio from the POP), 50/5 DOCSIS3. Using WAN balancer and policy manager to direct traffic. quad core xeon w/HT, intel nics. Untangle tells me that we are regularly using up to 140Mbps down, and everything is A-OK.

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    Thank you

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