Failover Internet

Why Internet Redundancy?

When your website or online service is required to run 24/7, you need to make sure that your network is up and running the whole time. This is especially true for those with clients abroad, or for those whose customer service arm promises a quick response regardless of the time of day.

Internet failovers or internet redundancies are created to protect businesses from network failure. A transaction might get caught in between such downtimes, or a customer might be left on their own while talking to customer service. These kinds of instances must have fallbacks, else, the quality of your service and the reputation of your business may be at risk.

Here at H Grant Support, we provide failover services using Wireless WAN / SD-WAN, and 4G/5G LTE over both fixed wireless and fiber connections, or even Hybrid Setups, depending on your business requirements.

The Benefits of Failover Internet:

Keep your server up 100% of the time.

Never lose important data and transactions caused by network downtimes.

Handle spikes in site and server traffic with ease.

Manage network traffic specifically for the intended tasks, such as transactional traffic, site visit traffic, video streaming, conference calls, voice calls, and more.

Utilize cloud storage to its fullest potential with no downtime.

Easy to deploy and configure, no need to deal with high learning curves!

Michael Stern

Howard is the Picasso of anything computer related. He has given been truck loads of advice of the last year or so on my website and now saved my hard drive and installed a new home office! Also can’t find a nicer guy! Call him you won’t be sorry!

Thomas Kitz

Howard was great to work with ! He was able to walk me through problems I was having with one of my programs.
He originally helped me In replacing my pc and I look forward to working with him to replace my wife’s.

Amanda Ehlers

Howard always handles my computer and web issues with ease and top notch work. A breeze to work with and always happy to help, I definitely recommend him for any of your web and design needs. Thanks Howard!

How It Works

Failover internet configurations vary from business to business. This is because each business has a unique process and requirement. We’ve listed our approach on how we get your business from zero failover internet to an up and running internet redundancy ecosystem.

We first assess and determine your company’s primary needs.

Be it telecommunications, 24/7 uptime, traffic distribution and management, we’ve got you covered.

We then design your business’ ideal Failover Internet configuration and system.

We think it’s best to properly plan out your internet redundancy network and have it approved by you and your tech team before proceeding to implementation.

We set up the network.

Our experts will set up all the required hardware, software, and wiring that is needed for your office servers and internet connections to be up and running 24/7.

We provide customer service aftercare.

Once we set things up, we don’t forget about our clients. For any concerns or issues that may arise, feel free to contact us. Our team quickly responds to all messages.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Is the backup internet just as fast as the internet we use in our day-to-day tasks?

    Yes, it should be configured fast enough such that you won’t notice any shifts between the failover internet and the initial internet service.

  • Is it possible to add more than one failover network?

    Yes, we can recommend using more than one, especially for businesses with relatively high traffic or high internet usage. Before we recommend this option to businesses, our team of experts will assess their needs, first and foremost.

  • Will the failover networks require user logins and passwords?

    Our failover networks can be configured such that security measures are inherited or are seamlessly utilized from the main network.

  • Will the gadgets and appliances we have that are part of the Internet of Things (IoT) be able to shift to the redundant networks as well?

    Yes, such setups will be handled by our team. We make sure that any additional device can also be easily added to both the main network and the failover networks.