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IP tunneling

Carrying a protocol from another networking system within an IP packet; for example, transmitting NetWare IPX packets within IP. See tunneling.
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The technology directly addresses and solves performance and reliability problems by creating a bonded IP tunnel that adds redundancy and protects against any negative network conditions such as starvation, loss, latency and jitter.
VoIP Armor directly addresses and solves the problems of inconsistent voice quality and reliability of VoIP calls by creating an adaptive self-healing IP tunnel that adds reliability and protects against any negative network conditions such as starvation, loss, latency and jitter.
Authentication is the most important security element of a multiprotocol IP tunnel.
VoIP Armor directly addresses and solves that problem by creating a bonded IP tunnel that adds redundancy and protects against any negative network conditions such as starvation, loss, latency and jitter.
Mobile IP tunnel establishment at unmatched scale, with session throughput enabled in the hundreds of thousands under load for modular, scaled support of small to very large network systems
Mushroom Networks' Streamer family, which includes the Streamer 8000 and the Streamer Pro, uses the company's patented Broadband Bonding technology to bond multiple 3G/4G wireless data cards into a single, optimized IP tunnel, to provide professional-grade reliability and redundancy.
Not only does Streamer facilitate a reliable, robust IP tunnel, it allows RacinDirt to hook up and control three cameras and a multi-camera live video switcher - in effect creating a portable production and content distribution system that can work from any race track.
innovators of Broadband Bonding (TM) technology, today announced the launch of its Truffle Server, when peered with the branch office Truffles, creates a virtual leased line that can utilize the faster and more reliable bonded IP tunnel for cloud applications.
Broadband Bonding gives them a stable platform for sending real-time applications such as VoIP or so-called "chatty" cloud applications through a bonded IP tunnel.
In fact, they can optionally be connected to their "home" subnet through an IP tunnel so the backbone security and service model is preserved -- again simplifying administration and ensuring network resources are rigorously protected.
This new technology allows our clients to run heavy real-time applications such as VoIP, video and other interactive chatty cloud applications over this low latency bonded IP tunnel to get high responsiveness for best user experience.