Comcast Outage or Internet Service Down? Don’t Get into This Situation
You know your Channel Bonding software is good—like really, really good—when Comcast internet service goes down for eight hours and no one in your office notices. This was the case yesterday at Speedify’s Philadelphia HQ. The entire team was hard at work, pushing Git commits, designing new UI elements, and writing blog posts. Little did we know, our ISP, Comcast had been experiencing intermittent service outages for most of the day.
So what’s the secret? Why didn’t we notice that our Comcast internet was down? Keep reading below!
Use Speedify to Prevent Internet Disconnects when Comcast Internet is Down
Yesterday, Speedify used the magic of Channel Bonding to keep the whole team online when the Comcast service went down. We all run Speedify Bonding VPN on a daily basis to combine our Wi-Fi and cellular connections on our laptops at the same time. By combining these two connections through Channel Bonding, we spread individual packets between them, enabling failover capabilities.
What does this mean? Even if we lose one of the internet connections during an important upload or download, the transfer will continue using the other connection. When Comcast internet went down, Speedify moved us over Cellular—and no one noticed the outage!
Comcast Internet Down? Not a Problem Anymore If You Use Speedify Fast Bonding VPN
So if you ever find that Comcast, Verizon, or any other ISP’s Internet goes down, Speedify can get you back up with the magic of Channel Bonding technology.
Better yet, keep Speedify running in the background, combining your connections, and you may never even notice the outage in the first place! Click the download link below to get started for free.