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PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2014 12:16 pm    Post subject: Request VPN Keep Alive and/or Dead Peer settings reduce data Reply with quote

Hi All,
Thank you in advance for reviewing this.

I have two USB550L 4G LTE modems plugged into two MBR1200Bs.
I have one MBR1200B connected to a cable modem using DYNDNS.

I have the two USB 4G LTE modems tunneling back to the cable modem via VPN Tunnel Mode.

There is nothing else behind these routers at this point and they are currently experiencing about 25MB's per day per USB connection as reported data usage. I feel 25MB is a little much, and it will result in 750MB each per month or 1.5GB total of my 3GB data plan.

If anyone knows of the best settings for Keep-alive and/or dead peer response to minimize the amount of data usage, I would greatly appreciate it. Or, if I should just spend another $10/mo and get more data.

Thanks again for all of your input.
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