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CradlePoint MBR1400 V2 3G/4G Router (MBR-1400) w/ WiFi as WAN
Firmware 5.2.2

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This router ships with an older firmware version installed. Cradlepoint requires a subscription to CradleCare or ECM (see options below) to access firmware upgrades. If you'd like to have the latest firmware version when you receive your router, 3Gstore can perform the upgrade for you before shipping your router for $15.
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Cradlepoint provides a one-year standard warranty at no additional charge. This warranty period can be extended if desired (the two-year warranty option gives you an additional year on top of the standard one year for a total of two years of warranty protection, the three-year warranty option gives you an additional two years for a total of three years, and the five year option gives you an additional four years for a total of five years).

There is a setup fee of $10 for all warranty/license items (you will see this fee in your cart at checkout). If you are purchasing multiple warranties/licenses, you will only be charged the fee ONCE, and if you order more than 5, this fee is WAIVED.
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CradleCare is a support option that can be added for one, three or five years.

The CradleCare Basic or Premier packages include:
  • Unlimited Technical Support Center assistance (6am-6pm MST, 5 days a week)
  • Emergency 24/7 technical phone support - Premier only!
  • Guaranteed response times
  • Online video based training sessions
  • Router bug fixes and feature upgrades
  • Modem firmware upgrades
  • Advanced replacement, next-day parts replacement (max 5 years from purchase of hardware) - Premier only!
  • Dedicated assigned account engineer (for networks with more than 50 sites) - Premier only!
  • Enterprise engineering resources for network design and best practices implementation as your needs evolve - Premier only!
  • Priority consideration of future feature requests and beta trials - Premier only!
  • Our unprecedented access to major wireless carrier support organizations
Enterprise Cloud Manager (ECM) allows customers to easily manage multiple Cradlepoint routers across their network from one central Cloud-based portal. This can save admins time with firmware updates and applying custom configurations and also allows reports to be generated with a variety of different filters. In addition to these features, admins can also create sub-accounts with varying levels of access for technicians and other administrators.

CradleCare and ECM can be added on their own if you only need one or the other, or you can select a bundle that includes both at a discounted price.

As of 12/2/14, an ECM or CradleCare license is required to access firmware upgrades.

There is a setup fee of $10 for all warranty/license items (you will see this fee in your cart at checkout). If you are purchasing multiple warranties/licenses, you will only be charged the fee ONCE, and if you order more than 5, this fee is WAIVED.
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Extended Enterprise License (EEL) provides advanced routing and security features that are designed to increase productivity and business continuity for an enterprise network.

There is a setup fee of $10 for all warranty/license items (you will see this fee in your cart at checkout). If you are purchasing multiple warranties/licenses, you will only be charged the fee ONCE, and if you order more than 5, this fee is WAIVED.
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It's a good idea to set up your router's wireless network name and password so that nearby users can't use your connection without your knowledge. It is fairly easy to do, but for those who want their router already configured when it arrives, we can set up your router with the network name and password of your choice before shipping for $15.
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Fast Facts About This Product:

  • This router is best for: The MBR1400 is ideal for business and enterprise applications where the need for "always on" connectivity is a must.
  • Internet Connections Supported: 5 Wired WAN, 3 USB + 2 ExpressCard (view full compatibility chart), WiFi as WAN* (more info)
  • WiFi Standard: 802.11 B, G, & N
  • WiFi Range: 350-400' through walls, much greater unobstructed (variable depending on interference from other electronics and physical interference such as walls and ceilings)
  • Ethernet ports: 5 configurable GbE LAN/WAN (by default, 1 is set to WAN and 4 are set to LAN)
  • Power Supply: AC Adapter included, DC adapter sold separately
  • Size: 9" x 5.1" x 1.57"

CradlePoint’s Mission-Critical Broadband Router (MBR1400) takes the power and flexibility of our industry leading router, and when combined with an active high-speed wireless broadband data connection, gets your business network online in no time.

Designed for small business, branch office, and retail locations - our business series router provides a secure primary or backup connection to the internet. In addition to connection options for traditional wired networking solutions like Cable, DSL, or T1, the most powerful feature of the MBR1400 is its ability to use USB or ExpressCard Data Modems to create instant networks anywhere you receive a broadband signal.

The MBR1400 features failover/failback, secure VPN, multiple encryption modes for maximum security, dual-band WiFi broadcast, private and public networks, WiFi as WAN, Modem Health Management, and remote management options with WiPipe Central for deployed units. CradlePoint provides enterprise-grade performance, security and the modem reliability businesses need to ensure continuous uptime. Create an instant network today with LTE, WiMAX, or any other wireless broadband technology.

*Compatibility with all WiFi networks cannot be guaranteed. Networks requiring authentication on a "splash page" (e.g. Starbucks WiFi) in particular can be hit or miss.

Tech Support and 24/7 Support Portal Access Included: Our expert tech support is included for free with your purchase. You'll also have 24/7 access to our online Support Portal (which includes step-by-step guides, tip sheets, documentation, manuals, and more)! You can view all the support items you'll have access to by clicking on the "Support" tab above.


  • Targeted for retail locations, branch offices, or small and medium sized businesses
  • Works with high-performance Business-Grade Modem Caps
  • Load balance multiple data modems or wired data services
  • Compatible with Cisco, Juniper, and other industry-leading network hardware providers
  • Up to 700' of WiFi range (typical range indoors is 350-400')
  • Enhanced performance around walls and other obstructions
  • Dual-Band WiFi broadcast - either 2.4GHz or 5.0GHz (using the 5.0ghz frequency requires 5.0ghz-capable WiFi antennas, sold separately)
  • Maximum security with both Public and Private networks
  • Dual-band WiFi, 3x3 MIMO Antenna Subsystem, removable external antennas (the WiFi antenna jacks are RP-SMA/Female), dual SSIDs
  • Plug-and-Play support for over 120 broadband data modems, allowing for site-specific carrier/ service selection for broadest deployment
  • Standardized platform and centralized remote management
  • Up to 20 concurrent VPN endpoint sessions
  • Compatible with Cisco, SonicWall, and other VPN termination systems (more details below)
  • Establish continuous uptime with optimum total cost of ownership for broad deployment
  • Supports enterprise routing protocols: BGP, OSPF, and RIP; VRRP for router redundancy; and STP (hardware V2 only)
  • Simple to install, configure and maintain with minimal impact on IT
  • Captive portal/walled garden - download the "captive portal" feature overview (pdf)


  • Ports
    • Two ExpressCard and three USB 2.0 for 4G/3G modems
    • Five configurable 10/100/1000 Ethernet LAN/WAN ports (default 1 WAN, 4 LAN)
  • WiFi
    • 802.11n 3x3 MIMO with support for legacy 802.11 b/g
    • 2 SSIDs to support multiple users or QoS categories
    • Switchable 2.4/5GHz radio configuration (802.11a for 5.0GHz) (using the 5.0ghz frequency requires 5.0ghz-capable WiFi antennas, sold separately)
    • Supports up to 128 concurrent users
    • WiFi-as-WAN
  • WiFi Security
    • WEP (64/128bit, only for b/g)
    • WPA/WPA2 (AES) - Personal and Enterprise
    • 802.11 Authentication
    • WiFi Protected Setup
    • SSID broadcast disable
    • Captive Portal Option
  • WAN Connection Types
    • Static IP, DHCP, PPPoE, Cellular Modem PPP Authentication, Sprint MPLS
  • WAN Redundancy and Load Balancing
    • Failover/Failback (4G/3G/Ethernet)
    • Load Balancing
    • WAN failure Detection via Ping (Ethernet)
    • VRRP
  • WAN Security
    • NAT, SPI, ALG, Inbound Filtering of IP Addresses, Port Blocking, Service Filtering (FTP, SMTP, HTTP, RPL, SNMP, DNS, ICMP, NNTP, POP3, SSH)
    • Protocol Filtering
    • WAN ping (allow/control)
  • Intelligent Routing
    • UPnP
    • DMZ
    • Virtual server/port forwarding
    • Routing rules
    • NAT-less routing
    • Wired or wireless WAN-to-LAN IP passthrough
    • Route management
    • Per-interface routing
    • Content filtering
    • IP filtering
    • Website filtering
    • Per-client Web filtering
    • Local DHCP server, DHCP client, DHCP relay
    • DNS, DNS proxy
    • ALGs: PPTP, L2TP, PPPoE passthrough, IPsec passthrough, FTP (passive), FTP (active), SIP, TFTP, IRC
    • MAC address filtering
    • Dynamic DNS, LAN/WAN affinity
    • VLAN support (802.1Q)
    • STP
    • Enterprise routing protocols: BGP/OSPF/RIP, multicast proxy support,* IP setting overrides
  • Management
    • HTTP, HTTPS (Remote Management)
    • Web-Based GUI (Easy Management)
    • User Help Screens with Web GUI
    • One Button Firmware Upgrade, and Firmware Upgrade via USB
    • Server-based Centralized Management (WiPipe Central)
    • WAN (remote) Web-based Management Access
    • Modem Configuration and Management
  • VPN
    • IPsec VPN/Site-to-Site VPN
    • Device to CradlePoint, Cisco/Linksys, Linux Systems
    • Transfer Modes
    • Hash (MD5, SHA128, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512)
    • Cipher (AES, 3DES, DES)
    • Support for 20 Connections
    • GRE Tunneling
  • Performance Management
    • WAN Connection Types WiPipe™ QoS with Traffic Shaping, SSID based priority, WAN port speed control, Multicast Stream enable/disable
  • Environmental
    • Temperature: 0 to 40ºC (32 to 104ºC), operating; -20 to 70º C ( -4 to 158º F), storage
    • Relative Humidity: 10% to 85%, operating; 5% to 90%, storage
  • Size
    • Dimensions: 230 x 130 x 40 mm / 9 x 5.1 x 1.57 inches
    • Weight: 1.04 lbs
  • Package Contents
    • MBR1400 Gigabit Router
    • AC/DC Power Supply
    • Ethernet Cable & Mounting Screws
    • Quick Start Guide with Warranty Information
    • Three Removable High-Gain External 2.4GHz WiFi Antennas

Built for much more than the average router

The MBR1400, or “Mission-Critical Broadband Router,” is a business-grade router designed specifically for small business, branch offices, and retail locations. Like other Cradlepoint routers, it does what you’d assume – allow you to share the connection from a 3G or 4G mobile broadband USB or ExpressCard modem – but it’s built for much, much more. In addition to supporting up to five 3G and 4G connections (including the unique Business-Grade Modems), it can also handle up to five traditional wired WAN connections (cable/DSL/T-1) as well as external WiFi networks as a source of internet (WiFi-as-WAN). The MBR1400’s ability to connect to so many different internet sources, plus its amazing failover functionality – the fastest of any Cradlepoint router, it can fail over in as little as 10 seconds! – make it the ideal router for businesses looking for one piece of equipment to handle their primary and backup connections.

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Date Added: 12/14/2014 by James K. (Richmond, VA)
Bought this router for home use after having a good experience with the MBR1000. The MBR1400 is a nice router BUT PAY ATTENTION TO THE FIRMWARE UPGRADE POLICY. You have to subscribe to CradleCare for $40/year to get access to what used to be FREE firmware upgrades. This will be my last CradlePoint router. Plenty of other manufacturers offer free firmware upgrades to insure the product is always working at an optimal level and that periodic bugs are worked out of earlier firmware versions. 5 stars on the product. 1 star on the firmware upgrade policy.

Date Added: 12/07/2014 by Ryan W. (chapel hill, NC)
Buyer beware! - starting with Firmware 5.3 cradlepoint now requires a support agreement for firmware updates. From their website "All customers will have access to FW 5.2.x, but access to FW 5.3, (Dec 2nd 2014 release) and beyond, will require Enterprise Cloud Manager or CradleCare Support. " When I decided to buy this router it was based on its support-ability - but over that last year they have spent much of the firmware dev efforts on bringing monetized features to the platform. i.e. Enterprise cloud management, and other licensed features. I find it hard to understand the value proposition to their customers when going from a free firmware model to now paid. At least their motives are clear, but I don't believe this was the right business model nor being forth coming to their customers. They snuck this change through. Make sure you factor in support costs in this purchase. I would consider this version of the MBR1400 End of Life.

3Gstore Comments:
We agree it's very frustrating and we want to make sure customers know ahead of time. We have included a warning that CradleCare or ECM is required for firmware updates whenever a Cradlepoint is added to the cart.

That said, the router is not "end of life" as it is not being replaced by something else and Cradlepoint IS continuing to support it - they are simply requiring an additional subscription if access to firmware updates is required/desired.

And of course, when you purchase from 3Gstore you have access to our excellent tech support for a year at no additional charge!

Date Added: 11/05/2014 by Alicia S. (Nena, AR)
We have been using CradlePoint routers for years. They have always been bullet proof. This router is no different. Both CradlePoint AND the 3GSTORE have world class Apple quality customer service.

Date Added: 08/22/2014 by John S. (Calumet, MI)
Outstanding! I purchased last year for its, WiFi as wan capability, use in our RV. Using external antennas connected to WiFi antenna ports on router we are able to get service in some really challenging situations. I added the Mc200 cellular data modem for excellent service with ATT. Unit is very flexible and easy to use. You can set up a network in minutes.

Date Added: 05/19/2014 by Larry M. (Placerville, CA)
I just wanted to thank everyone involved in this order in getting me a replacement Cradlepoint 1400 Router, Pre-programmed perfectly, and ready to role in less than 30 minutes from start to finish. It may not mean much to a home user, but every minute my e mail is down is costing me big money. I am seriously considering buying another Cradlepoint 1400 as a backup unit. Absolutely everything runs faster and more reliably.

Date Added: 04/23/2014 by David B. (Lebanon, TN)
Great product, quick shipping, very easy to set up. I had a old CTR350 that I had for years, it performed flawlessly until recently. This router is light years ahead of it. The setup was very easy and I like a lot of the features that it has. Obviously, being that this router is for home use, I won't use every single feature that it has. I use this router with 6 wifi connected notebooks and desktops, 2 tablets and one wifi IP camera. Works very well.

Date Added: 04/18/2014 by Rory G. (Minneapolis, MN)
This product might work for you if you never need any support. I was shocked to find out that Cradlepoint charges $58 for all support requests -- even online chat. Their support has always been lackluster, but now forcing customers who just paid $400 for a router another $58 to answer questions is galling to say the least. In my specific scenario, I was noticing high latency on our local network, where all the traffic is routed through the Cradlepoint MBR-1400 router. Every 5 seconds, ping response times would jump to 3000ms, then would drop down to _10ms for 4 seconds. This was causing an interruption not only on our internal network (unable to remote desktop into other computers) but also on our internet connections. Websites were extremely slow loading, obviously. Very disappointed in both the router and Cradlepoint's lack of customer service, almost animosity towards customers.

3Gstore Comments:
This order was placed on 8/2/2012. 3Gstore provides tech support for 1 year at no cost - the complaints mentioned here are regarding Cradlepoint's technical support (not 3Gstore).

3Gstore shipped this product to you with Firmware Version 3.6.0 (the latest firmware back in August of 2012 when it was ordered). If you look at the CradlePoint website you will see that the MBR1400 Hardware Version 1.0 is currently at Firmware Version: 5.1.1 I would highly recommend if you haven't done so already to visit the CradlePoint Firmware Page found here: once there, download the latest firmware available for your router which is 5.1.1 It is also important to note that the product you purchased was 339.99 just 2 years ago, it was the other items in which you purchased that brought your total to just under $400.00 Support from CradlePoint on their Enterprise products are available at a price as you mentioned however so are other router manufacturers. When purchasing products for the enterprise, you have to at least expect to pay for some type of extended warranty or support contract. At $58.00 that can be a steal depending on how many times you plan on calling in for support!

Date Added: 03/01/2014 by Loretta L. (Three Rivers, CA)
We purchased this on an 'emergency' basis, when the 3G node on the only cell tower in town went down and our old product (MBR1000) would not support 4G. It was truly 'plug it in and it works'. However, I'm still tweaking various settings so we get better performance out of it. I must say that the documentation for this model is INFINITELY better than for the old MBR1000. I'm sort of technical, but I really don't know the ins and outs of networking, and the documentation does a fairly good job of explaining what the various settings do and what they are for. The GUI interface is much different than the MBR1000, and I still have trouble finding what I"m trying to find... it doesn't seem as intuitive as the old interface, but perhaps it's just what I got used to. I really like the fact that it has holes in the back to mount on the wall. I guess our old one did, too, but we never noticed them. The documentation for this model actually shows the best positioning for wall mounted, and that will be the next thing we do after deciding the best location. We live in a log home, and signals don't pass through logs very well. My husband's office is in the basement, and got very poor signal from the MBR1000. He gets a much, much better signal from this one. I haven't found the 'failover' setting yet (well, I found it once, but didn't know what it was for, and now that I've read about it in the manual, I can't find it again), so I've had to manually reboot it a couple of times when the cell signal was lost. I've had some difficulty with the aircard not making super good contact. I'm not sure if that's because of wear on the air card, or it's just not a good fit. I have to move the aircard around a little bit in the port in order for it to make good contact. Overall, I'm extremely pleased.

Date Added: 01/20/2014 by Barry L. (Livingston, TX)
the mbr1400 replaced a well used mbr1200. mbr1400 works very well and has a much improved interface. we a glad we upgraded.

Date Added: 01/07/2014 by Chad S. (Phoenix, AZ)
I've been using the MBR1400 for about 5 months now and really don't have much to say about it other than it's pretty much flawless. It's reliable and has a very rich feature set with an easy to use interface.

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Warranty info: Like all products purchased from 3Gstore, this router falls under our 30-day return policy (read full details here: Thereafter, CradlePoint, Inc. warrants this product against defects in materials and workmanship to the original purchases (or the first purchaser in the case of resale by an authorized distributor) for a period of one (1) year from the date of shipment. This warranty is limited to a repair or replacement of the product, at CradlePoint’s discretion.
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