Get a Quote

Get a quote

We sell Bigleaf through partners — telecom agents, managed service providers, and service providers — who know the networking space inside and out 

If you’re already working with a Bigleaf partner, they‘ll get you started and up and running with Bigleaf. If you’re not working with a Bigleaf partnercontact us and we’ll discuss your needs and connect you with the best partner to help you. 

For a quote or to sign up for service please contact the partner that referred you to us. If you aren’t working with one of our partners then please use the form below or call us and we’ll be glad to provide a quote and answer any questions. 


  1. Contact us or one of our partners to get a quote and sign up for Bigleaf service
  2. We’ll gather basic info about your Internet circuits, including speed, type, and any static IP addresses
  3. We’ll ship you a pre-configured router ready to be plugged in
  4. Connect your firewall and setup your new Bigleaf static IP addresses in it
  5. Enjoy your new Internet experience

No, but we have a great network of partners that are glad to help you with that at no cost to you. If you’d like help getting new or different Internet connections please contact us and we can connect you with one of our partners.

Yes, you’ll see several benefits including our Dynamic QoS and advanced monitoring with even just 1 connection. Check out this blog post and video for detailed info.

On all of our current routers we can support up to 4 ISP connections. If you need more, please let us know, we may be able to accommodate your situation.

The goal of the Bigleaf service is to provide the best possible performance with the available Internet resources (circuits), and to provide peace of mind so you don’t have to worry about Internet performance or uptime. Because of that you may see slower speed test results at times than you would without the Bigleaf service. The results of speed tests depend on various factors, including which circuit or circuits the traffic is load-balanced on to by the Bigleaf algorithms, the performance of each circuit at that moment in time, and the overhead of the Bigleaf system tunnels. The Bigleaf tunnels take up approximately 10% of the available speed on each circuit, and additional throughput reductions may occur if circuit performance is poor. However, if all circuits are working well you should generally see at least 90% of the rated speed of the fastest circuit when performing a speed test (averaged over several tests). Additionally, in normal use with multiple traffic types (web browsing, email, VoIP, etc) your traffic will be evenly balanced across all appropriate circuits for the most efficient utilization.

Often times, yes there can be a small increase. All of your traffic will be tunneled through our gateway clusters to ensure that Failover and Dynamic QoS works seamlessly. These clusters are located in core Internet peering exchanges to keep latency to a minimum. You can expect a latency increase of up to 40ms, although 5-15ms is typical. It depends on where you’re located and where your traffic is going. The most important question is, how will latency affect your applications? All WAN or Internet based applications are designed to perform properly with some latency, but will start to degrade above about 100ms-150ms. Bigleaf adds a tiny bit of baseline latency but protects you from the larger latency spikes that could impact your application performance. Our algorithms are carefully tuned, and will typically adapt to protect your traffic against spikes of 15ms or greater latency beyond the baseline.

Yes, in a couple of ways. By default we prioritize all VPN traffic above background traffic like file transfers and YouTube. In addition, we can honor QoS tags that your firewall places on VPN packets to differentiate traffic within the VPN. So for example, if your firewall marks VoIP traffic inside your VPN with a certain DSCP tag, we can match on that tag and prioritize the VoIP above other traffic within the VPN. For more details please contact us to discuss.

We back our service with an SLA, however we can’t guarantee things like the performance of your underlying Internet connections, or the power to your building. Please take a look at the SLA and if you have any remaining concerns contact us to discuss.

Great question! If you contact our support team and we confirm that the router has failed then we will immediately overnight a replacement at no charge. Note, you are responsible to provide surge-protected power to the on-site router, and we strongly recommend that you power it via a battery-backed Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS). For more details on equipment failure risks see the Risk Factors White Paper (pdf).

No, Bigleaf provides it as a rental while you’re paying for services. That way you don’t have to deal with warranties or maintenance packages. If you cancel your Bigleaf service then you’ll need to ship the equipment back.

What to expect after you order Bigleaf

You can be up and running with Bigleaf in two weeks. Here’s what happens after you order Bigleaf:


  1. We’ll email you a brief onboarding form to learn more about your circuits and needs, and our provisioning team will use that information to configure your Bigleaf router(s).
  2. Your Bigleaf router(s) will arrive less than two weeks after we received your completed onboarding form. (Expedited shipping is also available.)
  3. You’ll install your Bigleaf router(s). A typical install just takes a couple minutes, and if you have any VPNs or DNS entries to update, or if you’re installing our high-availability option, you’ll want to plan on a little more time. For more details, check out the install guide that will come with your router(s).
  4. Your company’s primary contact will get a Bigleaf login and be able to add more users. This is how you’ll access your web dashboard to view your circuit performance data, run troubleshooting tests, configure your alerts, and more.
  5. Monthly billing begins 10 days after we ship your Bigleaf router(s).
  6. If you have any questions or issues about Bigleaf or your network performance, our support team will be there for you. 

See what's possible

With Bigleaf, you can finally deliver limitless reliability for every app, every user, everywhere, over any ISP. We’d love to show you how. 

Introducing Bigleaf Wireless Connect