Fast, secure and stable 5G internet connection for the office

A challenge that many companies in the Netherlands face is having a good internet connection at the office. An unstable, unreliable or simply slow internet connection can have major consequences for your business. For example, this can affect the efficiency of your business processes. This not only wastes time but also money. The use of a 5G router for primary internet or as a backup with fiber optic / copper can offer the solution in many cases.

Load Balancing for a redundant internet connection

The E3000 5G router is suitable as a permanent or temporary internet facility for companies thanks to a dual 5G modem, WiFi 6 and 5 LAN/WAN ports.

A Cradlepoint MC500 Modem is connected in the router to add an extra modem but also extra SIM card slots. In this way Capestone has set up a backup connection, and Load Balancing is made possible. A Load Balancing router tries to share the available broadband connections between the multiple devices/users. For example, if there are two employees in a Teams Meeting at the same time, a Load Balancing router should route traffic for the first user along the first network connection, while the second network connection is used for the second user. Capestone can also use Cradlepoint's NetCloud to set filters to indicate which websites, applications or software should be about which SIM. For example, priority can easily be given to certain activities by running this standard via one specific SIM card.



To fully cover the internal network, a 3000-port PoE switch is connected to the E48 router. With the switch, Capestone connects different devices on the same network. This allows all these devices such as printers, VoIP or the server to communicate with each other. In addition, Capestone has several Ubiquiti WiFi 6 Access Points connected to the switch. By placing the access points at different locations within the office, employees can be sure that there is a fast WiFi connection in every room.

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