My internet connection will be provided by 4 different WANs (each 250 Mbit down, 100 Mbit up), which should be load-balanced to one 1 Gbit connection (full duplex, most likely ethernet (should be sufficient?))
All of our network-traffic should be tunneled through a VPN-connection.
(It's possible that in the future the speed of a single WAN could be increased even further or that the number of WANs increases. This is not our main attraction, but more a side-note.)
- My question is which hardware setting would be recommended here?
- Is it possible to first load balance all our WANs to one line and afterwards let another router handler the VPN-connection?
- Would it still work that this single TCP-connection (the VPN-connection) is load-balanced through all WANs, what is the requirement for that to be the case?
We thought that with load-balancing a single TCP connection will always be sent over the same WAN, but probably that's not the case?