COR IBR600/IBR650 Mounting Bracket Specifications
This article provides a diagram with dimension specifications for the Mounting Bracket of the COR IBR600/650 Cradlepoint routers.
NCOS: Patch for COR Configuration in NCM
Cradlepoint is issuing a NCOS update for select COR family products managed in NetCloud Manager (NCM). If the application of a router configuration change via NCM is not successful, the router will disconnect from NCM and cannot reconnect.
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.
Active Standalone GPS COR IBR600LE-PWD & IBR600LP-PWD
This article describes the difference between the IBR600LE-PWD & IBR600LP-PWD from the Standard COR IBR600LE-VZ/IBR600LP-AT
OpenSSL "heartbleed" Vulnerability
The article describes a recently identified vulnerability nicknamed "heartbleed" in OpenSSL 1.0.1 through 1.0.1f.
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.
OpenSSL SSLv3.0: POODLE Vulnerability CVE-2014-3566
The OpenSSL project released an advisory on October 15th 2014, which describes the newly discovered vulnerability CVE-2014-3566.
Some Cradlepoint products utilize OpenSSL and are affected by this advisory.
Cradlepoint Secure VPN-NAT (Powered by Asavie) Installation Guide
Cradlepoint Secure VPN-NAT provides private data connectivity between your Cradlepoint LAN devices and a remote HQ network. This essentially allows any device connected to a Cradlepoint configured for Cradlepoint Secure VPN-NAT to access your office/remote network securely.
Multiple Vulnerabilities in OpenSSL
The OpenSSL project released an advisory on June 5th, 2014, which describes the newly discovered vulnerabilities.
Some Cradlepoint products utilize OpenSSL and are affect by this advisory.
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.