Smarter Use of Your Networks

Speedify is smart. If your primary Internet connection becomes unavailable, it seamlessly moves all your traffic onto the secondary connection until both networks become available again. You can even set priorities for your various networks, and we’ll take that into account when speeding up your Internet.

Failover & Adapter Priorities

For each Internet connection that Speedify detects, you can set a connection priority. This setting tells Speedify how it should use that particular network. Connection priorities are very helpful with expensive Internet connections that should only be used when absolutely necessary. The available connection priorities are:

  • Always– Use this adapter all the time
  • Secondary– Use this adapter when you need a speed boost.  Speedify uses ‘Always’ adapters first, but if they can’t keep up with you, the Secondary adapters kick in to speed you up. This setting is perfect for 4G cards that do not have unlimited usage
  • Backup– Only use this adapter to keep you on the Internet if none of the Always or Secondary adapters are available
  • Never– Don’t use this adapter at all.  If you select ‘Never’ the adapter disappears from the main screen.  You can still find it in the Network Settings to change it to another value to get it back

Usage Limit: When enabled, you can set a data limit for each connection and specify whether or not you want to reset data usage each month. This option is perfect if you have a set data limit. Note that it is only measuring data sent while Speedify is connected. If you do not use Speedify all the time, you may want to set this to lower than your actual data cap.

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