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Peplink MFA 500 Unbreakable Connectivity with Content Caching

Unbreakable Connectivity with Content Caching

The MFA 500 comes equipped with MediaFast, our supercharged content caching solution. Designed with education & entertainment in mind, it downloads and accelerates video, iTunes, IOS updates, app downloads, and other content for uninterrupted learning and fun anytime. The MediaFast can prefetch content during off-peak hours, saving connectivity costs and reducing network burden during busy times.

Description

Stable Connectivity

Peplink routers enable you to add bandwidth, wired or wireless, anytime and load balance multiple Internet links. Automatic failover allows you to maintain an unbreakable connection. You can download media-rich course materials effortlessly with the MediaFast.

Prefetch Off-Peak Downloads

Schedule one-time or recurring content downloads during off-peak hours, and then playback downloaded content anytime. Need HD video and other content in places with spotty or congested Internet connections? Download whenever and wherever the connection is best. Then pack up and take the MediaFast anywhere you need seamless content delivery

Reporting.
Deep Insights.
On-Demand.

Check bandwidth usage and savings. Track popular URLs and file types. Monitor client IP addresses, find your heaviest users, and more, all from a single intuitive interface.

Cache.
Download x1.
Playback x∞.

Cache iTunes/iTunes U and other content automatically by domain and file type. With MediaFast, you can download once and play back over and over again, cutting loading time, bandwidth usage and cost. Keep content as long as you like or purge it automatically by file type and age.

Complete Solution & Centralized Management

MFA 200  is supported by InControl 2, Peplinks Cloud-Based SD-WAN Network Management Platform, which lets you provision, monitor, and manage your routers. All from a single screen.

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