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Network link bonding/trunking/aggregation and multichannel VPN daemon for Linux

Vtrunkd is a Linux VPN daemon used to combine several connection paths into one aggregated channel. Features latency, reordering and jitter management, behaviour analysis optimizations for encapsulated protocols, bufferbloat control, packet redundancy, and multiple cpu cores utilization. Up to 30 heterogenous links bonding supported. Used for live streaming, LTE/3G/Wi-Fi link bonding. 32/64-bit, x86, MIPS and ARM supported. Supports python plug-ins for new algorithms implementation. Open source version developed and commercial support provided by Vrayo Systems

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3g 3gwireless aggregation bonding gsm link lte network networking openvpn router routerboard trunking vpn vpnserver wi-fi wireless

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Feb 29 2020 — Mar 30 2020

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Mar 30 2019 — Mar 30 2020

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