Multi-LTE Modems with bonding on ARM

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relaxibus
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Multi-LTE Modems with bonding on ARM

Post by relaxibus » Tue Mar 10, 2020 5:23 pm

Hi Folks,
I'm new to SoftEther, but from what I have seem it looks exactly what I'm looking for. Here a quick drone project overview I'm trying to achieve:
ARMv8 (i.MX8MM) platform with up to three mini-PCIe LTE modems (WWAN). I'm looking a way to use all WWAN connections in a bonding architecture for link loss redundancy without connection interuption for the video streams and control commands.
I was looking for OpenWRT as a router, but don't have found many informations on how multi-WWAN bonding could be made using SoftEther. There is a lot about GloryTun and MPTCP.

Anyone can help?

Thanks!
-Relaxi

artioni81
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Re: Multi-LTE Modems with bonding on ARM

Post by artioni81 » Sun Mar 15, 2020 1:26 pm

relaxibus wrote:
Tue Mar 10, 2020 5:23 pm
Hi Folks,
I'm new to SoftEther, but from what I have seem it looks exactly what I'm looking for. Here a quick drone project overview I'm trying to achieve:
ARMv8 (i.MX8MM) platform with up to three mini-PCIe LTE modems (WWAN). I'm looking a way to use all WWAN connections in a bonding architecture for link loss redundancy without connection interuption for the video streams and control commands.
I was looking for OpenWRT as a router, but don't have found many informations on how multi-WWAN bonding could be made using SoftEther. There is a lot about GloryTun and MPTCP.

Anyone can help?

Thanks!
-Relaxi
Are you going to install softether vpn server on openwrt or the client part of it? Will the modems be always online or must be activated at necessity?

take a look at this.

relaxibus
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Re: Multi-LTE Modems with bonding on ARM

Post by relaxibus » Thu Mar 19, 2020 2:31 pm

Hi, sorry for the delay in answering, I did't got any post notification.

Using OpenWRT is just one of the idea, however not a must. The most important fact is to have an LAN port and three LTE WWAN ports. All the WWAN will be online and working in parallel using three different mobile operators.
MWAN3 is not an option as this will break the current UDP/TCP connection in case of a link break.

Thanks,
-Relaxi

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