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LCOS 10.42 RC2

Best quality for digital business applications in large-scale SD-WANs

In infrastructures with several WAN connections and business-critical applications, reliable and high-performance connections are essential. With the new LCOS 10.42 feature Dynamic Path Selection, you can now benefit from maximum application performance and fail-safe data communication in your SD-WAN: Thanks to quality-based routing, your data traffic is always steered via the line with the best perfor­mance values.

Feature highlight

Dynamic Path Selection

Glowing highway lanes in metropole to signal LANCOM LCOS 10.42 RC1 feature dynamic path selection

With the new highlight feature Dynamic Path Selection, you can route mission-critical business applications in your SD-WAN always over the best quality line. The feature continuously monitors your WAN con­nections in terms of load, packet loss, latency, or jitter and dynamically decides the best route for specific applications depending on the current connection quality. You can flexibly define the performance policies for the WAN connection according to your application. Thus, you benefit from maximum performance and reliability in large-scale SD-WAN infrastructures with several WAN connections in active/active mode.


Scalable, efficient, and secure networks thanks to LANCOM SD-WAN

The new LCOS version 10.42 is designed for demanding enterprise scenarios with several WAN connections and applications. With a LANCOM SD-WAN you create the foundation for a comprehensive networking of distributed corporate sites. Discover how the LANCOM SD-Branch solution caters for an additional highly integrated approach for the orchestration of all network segments (routers – WAN, switches – LAN, access points – wireless LAN, firewalls – security) in branch infrastructures.

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Note: Before any LCOS update, be sure to backup your current device configuration. Devices featuring the "Firmsafe" function have the option of an initial "test mode" firmware upload. The new firmware is activated permanently only if the device has been accessed with a log-in or for configuration purposes before the pre-set time period has expired. Otherwise, the device switches back to its former version.