IT service providers see themselves as universal service providers. In addition to the network infrastructure, customers also outsource the organization of Internet connections to their IT service providers. Thanks to Digital Republic, they can now also integrate mobile communications into their overall solution.
Standalone – Fallback – Failover
If the IT service provider is on site at the customer, there are often a wide variety of challenges. The company’s internal network must be set up and printers and clients must be configured. When it comes to the Internet connection, the customer relies on the advice of the service provider. Thanks to Digital Republic’s partner program, the IT service provider can offer its customers an all-in-one solution in its own name. This gives him the opportunity to offer the customer a 5G standalone solution for the entire infrastructure. Even if a fiber optic line is desired, the customer must secure himself. Here, the service provider can offer a mobile phone solution as a fallback if the fiber optic connection is interrupted.
Multichannel internet connection made easy
Even complex infrastructures can be implemented thanks to this solution. The customer can decide to run the server infrastructure via fiber optics and use less important data such as e-mail traffic and employee surfing via mobile communications.
Thanks to the flexible Digital Republic rates, the IT service provider can always offer its customers the best and most cost-effective solution for their specific requirements – in their own name and as a full service provider.
IPv6 with static IP address? – no problem!
With Digital Republic, thanks to our partners at “ungleich”, there is the possibility of setting up your own IPv6 network via the mobile network. The so-called VIIRB – Router from the company ungleich glarus AG takes over this task without the need for great technical know-how.
All devices connected to the router receive their own static IP, which remains in place even if the connection is interrupted. The infrastructure is also protected by an already integrated firewall. This allows IPv6 networks to be set up quickly, even in remote locations and as a temporary solution at events.