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Fixed Wireless Internet vs. Fiber Internet

Both fiber internet and fixed wireless internet provide fast broadband speeds to homes and businesses, but they do so in two different ways. These different options both deliver good speeds and coverage, but people often choose fixed wireless internet when they don’t have access to fiber or want to back up a fiber […]

By |July 12th, 2020|4G LTE Failover|0 Comments

How Does Network Maintenance Affect Cable Internet Access?

While it’s good to get a heads up about scheduled network maintenance from your internet service provider (ISP), it often doesn’t make an internet outage any less disruptive.

Let’s take a closer look at why network maintenance causes cable internet outages and how you can stay online when your cable connection is down for network […]

By |July 8th, 2020|4G LTE Failover|0 Comments

Do I Need an Internet Failover for My Smart Home?

A smart home keeps you safe and comfortable with internet-connected security systems, smoke and gas sensors, and flood detectors. If you depend on internet-connected technology to protect your home and family, it’s important to have a reliable internet connection that’s always online.

No single internet connection is completely fail-proof, which is why a failover connection […]

By |July 1st, 2020|4G LTE Failover|0 Comments

Does the Weather Affect Cable Internet Speeds?

Cable internet can withstand most weather conditions, but weather still has an effect on your internet speeds and reliability. Wet conditions and high winds can damage cable infrastructure, slowing down or temporarily disconnecting your internet. To maintain uninterrupted service, back up your connection with a fixed wireless failover that kicks in when your cable […]

By |June 25th, 2020|4G LTE Failover|0 Comments

Does the Weather Affect Fiber Internet Speeds?

Fiber internet is built to withstand almost all types of weather, but storms can still affect your internet speeds and reliability. Moisture, wind, and frost can damage fiber optic cables, slowing down your connection or even taking you temporarily offline. To maintain uninterrupted service, back up your connection with a fixed wireless failover that […]

By |June 15th, 2020|4G LTE Failover|0 Comments

What is a Failover Internet Connection?

A failover internet connection is an internet backup that kicks in when your primary internet connection fails. A failover keeps your business online when your primary connection goes down for maintenance, or when extreme weather, a natural disaster, a traffic accident, vandalism, or sabotage takes your primary connection temporarily out of commission.

Business interruptions can […]

By |June 7th, 2020|4G LTE Failover|0 Comments

When Does My Business Need a Failover Connection?

When system maintenance or bad weather brings down your business’s internet connection, do you have a backup plan? Without access to your online payment system, you might not be able to make sales. Without an online security system, your business might not be able to prevent thefts. Without critical online applications, employees might not […]

By |June 5th, 2020|4G LTE Failover|0 Comments

Why Does my Business Need a Failover Internet Connection?

When system maintenance or bad weather brings down your business’s internet connection, do you have a backup plan? Without access to your online payment system, you might not be able to make sales. Without an online security system, your business might not be able to prevent thefts. Without critical online applications, employees might not […]

By |June 4th, 2020|4G LTE Failover|0 Comments

What is a Dual WAN Router?

To support an internet failover connection, your internet router must be able to connect to two internet connections at once and have the software to support failover capabilities. A dual WAN failover router is an internet router that inputs and outputs over two separate internet connections.

Typically, businesses use a dual WAN router with one […]

By |June 2nd, 2020|4G LTE Failover|0 Comments

4G LTE Availability Now Tops 90% on All Networks

While some people struggle for 4G LTE coverage, others struggle to stay connected to 4G LTE where there is coverage. All too often, overloaded 4G LTE networks bump users down to 3G when network traffic is high. Luckily, things are changing. For the first time, Opensignal finds that all four major mobile internet networks […]

By |June 1st, 2020|4G LTE Failover|0 Comments