Q-Balancer Mesh
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Enhancing Redundancy and Flexibility for IP Routing
Imagine that you would be requested to add 2 different subnets to a multi-location network, which is with static route solution and consists of 100 branch networks, because the management decided to open a new branch office. This labor-intensive manual modifications might be error-prone and a nightmare, and the process will be very long.

Dynamic routing can make your job much easier as it has an automatic process running between all routers as the routing protocols used in most business today were designed to solve the problem of endpoint reachability in large networks. However, in a single-path routing network, the reachability to the other end will be lost in the event of a link outage.

>  Multi-Path Routing
The Multi-Path Routing can provide resiliency to dynamic routing protocols in a multi-path network or hybrid network. In a Q-Balancer SD-WAN network, an edge gateway device learns routes from adjacent routers through, for example, OSPF, and the routes learned through OSPF will be automatically redistributed to the headend gateway device hosted in the cloud or on-premise. The headend gateway collects the routing information and sends the learned routes to the edge gateway devices at other branch offices.

Multi-Path Routing

With the ability of multi-path routing, edge gateway device is able to remove individual route in the event of a link outage and to divert traffic to the remaining active member interfaces.

Top Benefits
>  Better routing redundancy
>  Improved security
>  Reduced CapEx and OpEx
>  Adding new WAN links without any ISP coordination