SD-WAN Reference Guide  Solution Overview

SMBs are constantly trying to do more with less. Businesses with multiple branches and remote workers need reliable, secure network services to be able to perform key business functions daily, where anything from real-time inventory levels to staff rosters to marketing campaign resources need to be able to be shared and worked on collaboratively.

Friction in any part of the process is not welcome, and while cloud hosting providers such as Google Drive or Dropbox are great up to a point, organisations expanding into new locations get to a stage where these solutions are not enough for the new level of complexities that comes with the growing business. They identify the need for their own private network to make these daily communication tasks easy, secure and flexible – at a cost that makes business sense.

SD-WAN allows businesses to build higher-performance WANs over their standard Internet plans, which can replace more expensive private WAN connection technologies such as MPLS or leased lines.

SMBs with 3+ locations that are already paying for costly WAN technology would appreciate the simplicity and cost savings from the Aerohive SD-WAN solution, and businesses that have looked into the traditional process but found them prohibitively expensive, now have a more affordable option available to them.


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Aerohive SD-WAN overview

Aerohive’s SD-WAN solution provides fast, reliable, and secure HQ-like network access to midsize remote locations and teleworkers.

  • Easily deploy, monitor, and support thousands of remote sites with cloud management and automated device provisioning
  • Optimize, throttle, and direct traffic based on applications and users
  • Secure end-to-end LAN and WAN policy enforcement
  • Single pane of glass cloud management for wired and wireless LAN and WAN




Featured Products

  • To build the network, start with 1x XR600P for the main location, then for each additional location either XR600P or XR200P
  • Key difference between XR600P and XR200P is the throughput capacity; 600 Mbps vs. 200 Mbps. Depending on the user location internet bandwidth limit, this may be lower than internet providers’ maximum speeds. For reference, fibre connection speeds can vary from 30 Mbps up to 900 Mbps.
  • HiveManager license subscription purchase is required per router; HiveManager comes with an intuitive user interface that is easy to use and manage networks with.




Introduce your customers to Aerohive SD-WAN and how it can help simplify and optimize their distributed network, at a reduced cost.

Talk to the network experts at Sektor to find out more today.  |   0800 735 867