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Bonding 3G and 4G for Super-Fast Internet – Anywhere

Posted on 12-02-2016 , by: Anvil Mobile , in , 0 Comments

Having a static IP address on a data sim is an amazing way to receive large amounts of data when you are moving from site to site. It is beneficial to have a fixed IP static address so that your employees, customers, suppliers, and others can connect to your server without worry.

Temporary Offices

This implementation allows for internet access to be controlled by forcing the connection through our customer’s corporate firewall and internet gateway so that users have the same protection and control as they would have if they were connected to the office network.

Anvil fixed IP SIMs can be used to access resources remotely from another site. The benefits of using a fixed IP SIM to access resources on a separate network include the ability to allow the connection through networking equipment such as a firewall based on the fixed IP address.

Remote Management is just one of the many benefits of using an Anvil fixed IP SIM to connect your devices. With a remote internet connection, you can access your devices to remotely manage them without having to send personnel to the site, saving time and money.

If even greater control is required, Anvil SIMs can be programmed to only access a specific application and have no public internet access at all. This capability allows for general purpose devices such a tablet PC to become a single purpose device (SPD) dedicated to a specific application.

Backup for Broadband

Rapid internet deployment via an Anvil fixed IP SIM allows you to be online and connected within minutes. Fixed IP SIMs can be used not only to provide an instant internet connection for an office or remote workspace but also for remote monitoring and management.

Anvil fixed IP SIMs are a great way to build resilience into a system or network to minimise downtime. Anvil fixed IP SIMs can be setup as a failover when fixed broadband fails to keep services connected and to minimise the impact of downtime on your business.