The Portabella 8000 Broadband Bonding Appliance, enables cost-effective and self-healing Internet access for mobile or remote setups. Aggregation and intelligent WAN orchestration of up to eight 3G/4G/LTE cellular wireless lines boosts Internet performance and reliability. The Portabella 8000 aggregates and intelligently orchestrates up to eight external usb based 3G/4G/LTE cellular modem dongles to increase performance and up-time of applications and services that run over the Internet. Up to eight 3G/4G/LTE cellular modems from the same or different carriers can be aggregated to provide increased bandwidth. The Portabella is ideal to boost the performance and reliability of real-time and non-real-time applications running over IP networks for vehicle and rail-road scenarios.
Portabella 8000 Hardware Specifications
Mechanical dimensions: 7.75″(W) x 3.13″(D) x 8.25″(H), portable
Weight: 4.2 lbs (including optional embedded rechargeable battery).
Input power requirement: 12V DC via external power adaptor (110/240V AC) or optional embedded rechargeable battery
USB ports: 8 (for cellular data)
LAN ports (1 GigE, auto-sensed): 1 RJ45 Ethernet connector
Wired WAN ports: 1 builtin + 8 (via the optional usb-to-Ethernet converter kit)
WiFi Access Point / WiFi WAN: Builtin 802.11 a/g/n
Operating Temperature: -4 – 140 F, -20 – 60 Celsius
Operating Humidity Range: 5-95% non-condensing
Storage Temperature Range: -22 – 158 F, -30 – 70 Celsius
Storage Humidity Range: 0 – 90%, @ 45 Celsius, non-condensing
Cooling: Active cooling with fans
Sliding Cover: Rail based sliding hardened cover protects 3G/4G/LTE wireless cards connected via stress-relief connectors
Portabella 8000 Software Specifications
Max throughput: 1 Gbps (load balancing), 65 Mbps (standalone), 20 Mbps (peered)
Max number of concurrent IP sessions: 56,000 (customizable for higher number of concurrent IP sessions)
Device management: Cloud based, SNMP, Remote Syslog, Email alerts.
DHCP and DNS servers: DNS relay, Parallel DNS optimization, DHCP server.
DDNS: Support for dynamic DNS for multiple interfaces
WAN Configuration: Static IP, PPPoE, HDCP or passthrough. Failover-only or aggregate modes for cellular and other WAN ports. Interface binding.
Routing: NAT and IP forwarding, QoS and inbound/outbound VOIP quality management
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