FusionHub Virtual Appliance

Extend SpeedFusion to Your Cloud

FusionHub is the virtual SpeedFusion appliance from Peplink. With FusionHub, you can establish SpeedFusion connections between cloud servers and physical Peplink devices.


In combination with your virtual machine software’s high availability and fault tolerance features, FusionHub adds new capabilities.

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Bandwidth Bonding

Connect to your cloud server with the combined speed of all your WAN links. Enjoy faster Internet access by using your server’s high-throughput connection.

Remote Streaming: Stream videos and transfer large files quickly, even in remote areas with limited Internet access.

Combine Different Sources: DSL, MPLS, 3G, 4G LTE: use them all together to increase your bandwidth.

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Unbreakable VPN

Combine any type of connection from multiple ISPs to create a highly available connection between your device and your FusionHub. This connection will provide unbreakable VPN.

Packet-Level Seamless Failover: Even when a WAN link fails, your sessions will stay active. VoIP calls will continue without interruption.

Cellular Backup Connections: Set bandwidth-limited links (3G/4G LTE) to perform hot failover in case your primary link fails.

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Cloud Server Agnostic

Use FusionHub in private, public, and hybrid clouds. Deploy FusionHub anywhere at a moment’s notice. Establish as many FusionHubs as you need to support your customers.

Local and Remote Deployment: Deploy in your local datacenter or remotely in a public cloud without needing new hardware.

InControl 2 Centralized Management: All FusionHub instances can be centrally managed with a single interface with InControl 2.

FusionHub Solo

The FushionHub Solo brings SpeedFusion to your mobile or small branch office without the need for additional hardware. Install it in your cloud service of choice, and experience unbreakable connectivity and unparalleled speed with bandwidth bonding!

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FusionHub and InControl 2

Infinitely Scalable Architecture

In addition to the ability to organize your devices and FusionHubs, InControl 2 provides you with real-time client information. Gain insight into the domains your clients visit (e.g. www.facebook.com) as well as any of their applications that use data (e.g. BitTorrent, Skype). This information can be displayed as a table, pie chart, or client connection diagram. On the client connection diagrams, information is made manageable using intelligent filters.


Power up Your Business Applications With SpeedFusion

Combine multiple commodity links from different ISPs to create an unbreakable connection to your most important enterprise applications.

Faster Applications

Access your applications using combined bandwidth.

Session Persistence

Maintain session integrity even when WAN connections break.

Pay as You Grow Pricing

Save on initial capital expenditures. Grow your network affordably.

Try FusionHub for Free Today

Test FusionHub in your own equipment with a free 30-day trial and see for yourself. Our evaluation guide will provide the download links and the instructions to get started.


Provide SpeedFusion Servers to your Customers

Run multiple instances of FusionHub in your datacenter or cloud infrastructure to provide each customer with their own SpeedFusion-enabled cloud server.

Add Value to Your Existing Services

Add SpeedFusion to your services to make them faster.

Solve Connectivity Issues

Use bandwidth bonding to provide fast Internet to places with poor Internet access.

Offer Unbreakable VPN

Provide highly available redundant site-to-site VPN connectivity using cheap commodity internet connections.

  • Frequently Asked Questions


    Q.What is the pricing model for FusionHub?


    You can obtain a FusionHub license for a one-time payment, with InControl 2 management and software upgrades provided through an optional software warranty. The pricing is based on throughput and the number of peers supported. Please contact our Certified Partners for full details.


    Q.Could FusionHub be installed in any cloud environment, even public clouds?


    Yes, you can use FusionHub on Public Clouds, for example, on AWS Marketplace (learn more) and other public clouds like Google Cloud Compute Engine and Microsoft Azure.


    Q.FusionHub and the Balance both form SpeedFusion tunnels, when should I use which?


    Use the Balance when you need a physical router, and when you need to bond multiple WAN connections. Use FusionHub when you need to use existing servers, and when you need to connect to private and public clouds. Please click here for more information.


    Q.When I try import or run FusionHub on my virtual machine, I get the following error: “This kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detected an i686 CPU. Unable to boot – Please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU”. What should I do?


    This problem is resolved by enabling “Intel VT” in your computer BIOS. For systems running AMD processors, the feature is called “AMD-V”. You can configure your BIOS upon starting up your computer, before entering your operating system.


    Q.How can I transfer my existing license key from one FusionHub instance to another?


    Go to InControl 2, and navigate to Warranty & Licenses, release the key from existing FusionHub, and then import the key into the new FusionHub instance.


    Q.Does Layer 2 SpeedFusion VPN work with a FusionHub terminated VPN?


    Yes, FusionHub supports Layer 2 SpeedFusion VPN as of Firmware version 8.0.


    Q.Why is there still a limit on maximum throughput?


    There are no longer any software throughput restrictions within FusionHub. But the actual throughput can be physically limited by the hardware and network it is hosted on.


    Q.How can I update my FusionHub to remove the throughput limit?


    • If your FusionHub is online, no action is required. The system has automatically removed the throughput limits.
    • If your FusionHub is offline, enable FusionHub online to communicate with our public InControl to remove any throughput restrictions.
    • If your FusionHub is managed via Private ICVA, open UDP port 5246 and allow your ICVA to communicate with our public InControl. ICVA and related FusionHub licenses will be updated automatically.


    Q.Do PrimeCare devices count towards the peer limit within FusionHub?


    No. PrimeCare is designed to scale and does not count toward FusionHub peer limits. You can use as many PrimeCare devices with FusionHub as possible at no extra licensing cost. Learn more about PrimeCare.


  • Minimum Requirements for VM Host Hardware*
    – Intel Core i5 processor
    – 4GB RAM


    Recommended VM Host Hardware for 1Gbps of SpeedFusion VPN Throughput*
    – Xeon E3-1270V2 @3.5GHz
    – 8GB RAM
    * Not applicable for AWS instances.


    Additional network requirement:

    1. Accessible to InControl; or

    2. Managed by an InControl Appliance which is accessible to InControl. (i.e. outgoing UDP port 5246 shall be allowed. Visit HERE for more details.)


    Recommended AWS Instances
    – 5 peers / 100Mbps: t2.micro
    – 20 peers / 200Mbps: t2.small
    – 100 peers / 200Mbps: t2.medium
    – 500 peers / 500Mbps: m4.large
    – 1000 peers / 1000Mbps: c4.2xlarge

  •  FusionHub EssentialFusionHub ProFusionHub 100FusionHub 500FusionHub 1000FusionHub 2000FusionHub 4000
    SpeedFusion VPN
    SpeedFusion Hot FailoverYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
    SpeedFusion SmoothingYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
    SpeedFusion Bandwidth BondingYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
    Number of SpeedFusion VPN/SpeedFusion Peers520100500100020004000
    Number of IPsec VPN Tunnel520100500100020004000


    Can I connect PrimeCare devices to my existing current FusionHubs?
    Yes you can, PrimeCare devices will not count towards the peer limit of any FusionHub that it is connected to. For example, a FusionHub 20 normally supports up to 20 peers. This is particularly useful for connecting numerous sites that require little bandwidth such as PoS terminals.