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  • Series 3: How to Configure and Use SMS on capable Cradlepoint routers
  • This article provides steps to configure and use the SMS feature available in certain Cradlepoint models: AER31x0, AER21x0, AER1600, MBR1400v2, MBR1400v1, CBA850, CBA750B, IBR11x0, IBR6x0 & IBR350.
  • How to Maximize Wireless (WiFi) Range
  • This article provides suggestions to improve the Wireless (WiFi) range of a capable Cradlepoint router.
  • CradleCare Paid Support Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • This article is intended to provide answers to some Frequently Asked Questions about Cradlepoint's Pay for Support model.
  • NCOS: How to configure WiFi as WAN on a Cradlepoint router
  • This article provides instructions for configuring a Series 3 Cradlepoint router, running NCOS Version 6.0 or later, to use an existing WiFi network as the internet source.
  • NCOS: WiFi Authentication using Windows 2012 NPS Server
  • This article should guide users through configuring Cradlepoing WiFi WPA2 Enterprise Authentication using Windows 2012 NPS server as Radius
  • How To Install a SIM Card
  • In some cases the Cradlepoint Modem may not have a SIM card installed, and it may be necessary to insert a SIM Card yourself. Cradlepoint has different Modem Types, each with a unique way of inserting a SIM card. This Article is intended to assist the user in understanding how to install a SIM card into the different types of Cradlepoint Products.
  • Cradlepoint Router Power Supply Information
  • This article describes the Input/Output levels of the wall & auto power adapters for use with Cradlepoint routers.
  • NCOS: Out of Band Management
  • This document is intended to guide an administrator through configuring the Serial Redirector feature on Cradlepoint routers for out-of-band management.
  • Dnsmasq Security Update
  • In response to the critical security vulnerabilities discovered in the dnsmasq network service (CVE-2017-14491 and others), Cradlepoint has taken steps to incorporate the dnsmasq version 2.78 into its latest NetCloud OS.
  • Security Update: WPA and WPA2 Vulnerabilities (KRACK)
  • A WiFi authentication issue/vulnerability has been published that affects WPA and WPA2 authentication. This security vulnerability is in an industry standard protocol (WPA/WPA2) which Cradlepoint and most, if not all Wi-Fi devices use.
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