I am looking for a solution to aggregate upto 4 LTE connections and 1 Satellite Connection.
LTE Connections 1 through to 4 are to be the main aggregated connections, the Satellite Connection will be in effect a failover.
We are out in the field and need 200Mb throughput speed which would be made up for the 4 LTE connections connected into a cloudcore router at the filed end and then each will be routed over a VPN Tunnel to a DataCentre Cloudcore router which will do the link bonding of all the LTE links and present a single fixed IP from that point. We would like to be able to route back over that fixed IP with port forwarding to LAN IPs, for example, we would have a machine running an FTP server on the field LAN. The Satellite will also be connected to the DataCentre Cloudcore router via VPN but traffic will only be routed in the event of all 4 LTE connections failed.
What we envision is all 5 connections in the field are tunnelled to the datacentre and then go out to the internet, were you to unplug each connection one at a time in the field the connection to internet would be sustained until all 5 have been disconnected, and when all LTE connections have been disconnected the last line (Satellite Link) would remain, but the satellite tunnel would not be used for internet traffic at all whilst any LTE connections exist.
Is this doable on MT, I have seen it work on peplink routers with speedfusion, but can not think how to visualise the config at both ends of a MT. I would very much appreciate some pointers in the right directions, as my Google-Fu is lacking searching for the correct terminilogy. Thank you in advance.