Secure VPN Connections
The BiPAC 7800X supports comprehensive and robust IPSec VPN (Virtual Private Network) protocols for business users to establish private encrypted tunnels over the public Internet to secure data transmission between headquarters and branch offices. With a built-in DES/3DES VPN accelerator, the router enhances IPSec VPN performance significantly.
3G/4G Mobility and Always-On Connectivity
With the BiPAC 7800X you can connect a 3G/4G LTE USB modem to its built-in USB port, allowing you to watch movies, download music or access e-mail no matter where you may be. You can even share your Internet connection with others, when away on business, at a show, or wherever there is mobile signal but no fixed line access. The auto fail-over feature ensures maximum connectivity and minimum interruption by quickly and smoothly connecting to a 3G/4G LTE network in the event that your ADSL/fibre/cable line fails. The BiPAC 7800X will then automatically reconnect to the ADSL/fibre/cable connection when it's restored, reducing connection costs. These features are perfect for office situations where a constant and uninterrupted connection is critical.
The BiPAC 7800X has four Gigabit LAN ports and the fourth port can be configured as a WAN port if required. This EWAN offers another broadband connectivity option for connecting to a cable, VDSL, fibre or second ADSL modem. The BiPAC 7800X again offers users convenience and optimal network performance with data rates reaching up to 1Gbps.
Pathway to the Future
The BiPAC 7800X fully supports IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6), launched as the current IPv4 range is filling up, and IPv6 is gradually becoming the indispensable addressing system for savvy cloud computing users. Dual stack means the router is capable of running IPv4 and IPv6 in parallel during the transition period. With Billion IPv6 enabled devices, three major transition mechanisms such as Dual-Stack, Dual-Stack Lite, and 6RD (IPv6 rapid deployment) are supported to be adapted easily into service provider’s IPv4/IPv6 network.