Using SD-WAN as a Long Distance Ethernet Cable

A real world example of how to use SD-WAN to solve customer issues – in this case remote TP-LINK powerline adapters that need diagnostic support.

The Ninja’s View

This ability to create a virtual bridged (Layer2) virtual private network (VPN) between locations as and when needed for remote support is not something that gets thought of enough. Its perfect when the device you need to access is either not designed to work across a routed network or someone has forgotten to set a gateway IP address.

Martin Langmaidhttps://martinlangmaid.com
Martin Langmaid is a SDWAN solution architect and Peplink product specialist, trainer and Technical author. Formerly employed by Peplink as a global solution architect, he left to co-found slingshot6 the worlds first connectivity agency. He enjoys multi-disciplined engineering activities in his spare time, and can be found with a soldering iron. welder, hammer, saw and chisel in hand most weekends. Something of a wood butcher.

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