SVR – Secure Vector Routing

What we already know: 128T has set itself the task of developing a completely new kind of routing software that not only replaces today’s network technology, but raises it to a new level. (Not read yet? Then this way!)

What we do not know yet: How does it work?

Network construction

Building a network based on 128T technology looks roughly like today’s VPNs (Virtual Private Network). Two locations use the Internet as transport medium and between the Internet and the location a 128T router is used for the encryption and decryption of data. The routers can be used in any network topology and replace your old, inflexible routers and firewall installations.

All-rounder ambiBOX

The router was specially developed for 128T technology and supports all the functionalities of the innovative software. What the ambiBOX can do, we show in the video.

All-rounder ambiBOX

The router was specially developed for 128T technology and supports all the functionalities of the innovative software. The video shows what the ambiBOX can do.

Advantages of Session Smart Routing

It’s time for the pickle! Here we explain the decisive advantages of the groundbreaking network technology – either to watch and listen to in the video or to read up on.

But be careful: It gets technical!

 

Less Overhead

The main advantage of SVR is that the additional information that each individual data packet receives during transmission is significantly smaller. For secure transmission, the packets must of course be encrypted. Unlike IPSec, for example (where all data is sent through a tunnel) SVR works with so-called sessions. A session with a unique session ID is created for each data transmission. Only the first packet of a session is then supplemented by the important metadata such as sequence numbers, security parameters or authenticity data, and all further packets only receive the session ID as additional information. This saves me up to 30% overhead compared to the IPSec protocol. This leaves more space in each packet for the payload, i.e. the actual data to be sent, and I need altogether fewer data packets for a transmission.

Prioritisation

Another major advantage of SVR is the possibility of prioritisation. So I can give each packet an additional “label”, which indicates the importance of this data transmission. This makes it possible to define exactly which applications have right of way in the data traffic and in case of a disturbance there is only a delay for less important data transmissions. This prioritization is not possible with IPSec without further ado.

Multi-line management

With SVR we have the decisive advantage that we can use several lines in parallel for the first time. This is also not possible with IPSec. All connections to an end point can only be sent via the line over which the current tunnel is being established. In the event of a fault, a new tunnel must first be set up and it is not possible to switch over without further ado.
With SVR, on the other hand, the individual sessions can be distributed over several connected lines as required and in the event of a fault, the session is simply moved to the next free line.
Let’s imagine that we are in the middle of a video conference and there is a network disruption. If I was using IPSec, the connection would simply be broken off, while with SVR the transmission would continue almost without any interference, as it would be automatically redirected to another available line.

Flexibility

128T’s technology is designed to be flexible enough to allow new locations to be easily and quickly integrated into the network. The entire network is controlled and configured via the so-called conductor (single pane of glass). Settings and sessions can be set up globally and transferred to each location, whereas with IPSec, new tunnels must first be set up with a lot of effort.

Monitoring

It is our claim to offer you fail-safe systems to ensure trouble-free working. Through extensive monitoring, which permanently means up to 3500 tests, we can eliminate faults before they become apparent to you. We always keep an eye on jitter and latency and can therefore react to bottlenecks before they occur, for example by diverting data traffic to another free line (multi-line management).

All in one package

For those who no longer want to deal with network problems and line failures, we have put together our ambiWAN package, which consists of the components software, hardware and service. So data jams are a thing of the past.

Less Overhead

The main advantage of SVR is that the additional information that each individual data packet receives during transmission is significantly smaller. For secure transmission, the packets must of course be encrypted. Unlike IPSec, for example (where all data is sent through a tunnel) SVR works with so-called sessions. A session with a unique session ID is created for each data transmission. Only the first packet of a session is then supplemented by the important metadata such as sequence numbers, security parameters or authenticity data, and all further packets only receive the session ID as additional information. This saves me up to 30% overhead compared to the IPSec protocol. This leaves more space in each packet for the payload, i.e. the actual data to be sent, and I need altogether fewer data packets for a transmission.

Prioritisation

Another major advantage of SVR is the possibility of prioritisation. So I can give each packet an additional “label”, which indicates the importance of this data transmission. This makes it possible to define exactly which applications have right of way in the data traffic and in case of a disturbance there is only a delay for less important data transmissions. This prioritization is not possible with IPSec without further ado.

Multi-line management

With SVR we have the decisive advantage that we can use several lines in parallel for the first time. This is also not possible with IPSec. All connections to an end point can only be sent via the line over which the current tunnel is being established. In the event of a fault, a new tunnel must first be set up and it is not possible to switch over without further ado.
With SVR, on the other hand, the individual sessions can be distributed over several connected lines as required and in the event of a fault, the session is simply moved to the next free line.
Let’s imagine that we are in the middle of a video conference and there is a network disruption. If I was using IPSec, the connection would simply be broken off, while with SVR the transmission would continue almost without any interference, as it would be automatically redirected to another available line.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flexibility

128T’s technology is designed to be flexible enough to allow new locations to be easily and quickly integrated into the network. The entire network is controlled and configured via the so-called conductor (single pane of glass). Settings and sessions can be set up globally and transferred to each location, whereas with IPSec, new tunnels must first be set up with a lot of effort.

Monitoring

It is our claim to offer you fail-safe systems to ensure trouble-free working. Through extensive monitoring, which permanently means up to 3500 tests, we can eliminate faults before they become apparent to you. We always keep an eye on jitter and latency and can therefore react to bottlenecks before they occur, for example by diverting data traffic to another free line (multi-line management).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All in one package

For those who no longer want to deal with network problems and line failures, we have put together our ambiWAN package, which consists of the components software, hardware and service. So data jams are a thing of the past.