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Cradlepoint MBR95 Wireless N Home Router w/ WiFi as WAN - DISCONTINUED

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Fast Facts About This Product:

  • This router is best for: The MBR95 is affordable, easy to use, and compatible with a variety of 3G and 4G USB modems - perfect for home or small office use. It's particularly great for users who want to use a WiFi network as a backup connection, thanks to its "WiFi as WAN" capabilities.
  • Internet Connections Supported: 1 Wired WAN, 1 USB (view full compatibility chart), WiFi as WAN* (more info)
  • WiFi Standard: 802.11 B, G, & N
  • WiFi Range: 100-150' through walls, much greater unobstructed (variable depending on interference from other electronics and physical interference such as walls and ceilings)
  • Ethernet ports: 4 LAN + 1 WAN 
  • Power Supply: AC Adapter included, DC adapter sold separately
  • Size: 7.9" x 5.3" x 1.5"

The MBR95 Wireless N Home Router provides a simple and secure way to add high-speed networking to the home. Designed specifically for multimedia, gaming and home computers, the MBR95 shares a Cable, DSL or 3G/4G Internet connection throughout the home wirelessly at 802.11 N speeds or through any of the four ethernet ports.

Supported devices include PCs, laptops, Macs, iPads, DVRs, gaming systems, cameras, printers and VoIP phones. To provide a safe networking environment, the MBR95 provides a wide variety of security features to prevent unwanted access, and robust content filtering to prevent children from accessing undesirable web content.

*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.


  • Wireless “N” WiFi (802.11n + legacy 802.11b/g, 2x2 MIMO, 300 Mbps)
  • Average of 100-150' of WiFi range
  • Supports up to 32 WiFi Connections at a Time
  • Two WiFi Networks: 1 private SSID for owner, 1 public SSID for guests.  Create a private, secure, and prioritized connection while sharing with others. Each network can have its own security settings.
  • Four Ethernet ports to connect directly to Ethernet-enabled devices
  • Use WiFi as a Data Source. “WiFi-as-WAN” mode enables the MBR95 to become a WiFi repeater (using existing WiFi to create secure connections) or use as a WiFi-to-Ethernet adapter for non-WiFi devices.
  • Create secure WiFi with best-in-class encryption
  • Prevent unwanted access to connected device
  • Includes security features for safer internet
  • Hide your WiFi network name


  • Ports
    • One USB 2.0 for 3G/4G modems
    • One 10/100 Ethernet WAN port
    • Four 10/100 Ethernet LAN ports
  • WiFi
    • 2x2 802.11n MIMO with support for legacy 802.11 b/g
    • Supports 2 SSIDs
    • WiFi range up to 600ft(200m)
    • Supports up to 32 users
    • WiFi as WAN (for WiFi extension or WiFi-to-Ethernet Bridge)
  • WiFi Security
    • WEP (64/128bit, only for b/g)
    • WPA/WPA2 (AES) – Personal
    • 802.1 authentication
    • Wi-Fi Protected Setup
    • SSID broadcast disable
  • WAN Connection Types
    • Static IP, DHCP, PPPoE, Cellular Modem PPP Authentication, Sprint MPLS
  • WAN Redundancy
    • Failover/Failback (4G/3G/Ethernet)
  • 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/ignore)
  • Intelligent Routing
    • UPnP, DMZ, Virtual Server/Port Forwarding, Routing Rules, Route Management, Content Filtering, Website Filtering
    • Local DHCP server
    • DHCP Client
    • DNS, DNS Proxy
    • ALGs: PPTP, L2TP, PPPoE pass-Through, IPSec pass-through, FTP (passive), FTP (active)
    • MAC Address Filtering
    • Dynamic DNS
  • Management
    • HTTP, HTTPS (Remote Management)
    • Web-Based GUI (Easy Management)
    • User Help Screens with Web GUI
    • One button FW upgrade & FW upgrade via USB
    • Server-based Centralized Management (WiPipeTM Central)
    • WAN (remote) Web-based Management access
    • Modem Configuration and Management
  • VPN
    • Pass-through support for laptop-based VPN clients
  • Performance Management
    • 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: 7.9" x 5.3" x 1.5"
    • Weight: 0.64 lbs
  • Package Contents
    • MBR95 Wireless N Home Router
    • 12V/1.5A power supply
    • 5’ Ethernet cable
    • Quick Start Guide with warranty info

The top choice for home use

Designed for multimedia, gaming, and home networking, the MBR95 allows users to share a 3G or 4G mobile broadband or traditional cable/DSL internet connection, either wirelessly (at blazing 802.11 N speeds) or via ethernet (it features four LAN ports for wired connections). The MBR95 is incredibly flexible in terms of providing Internet access across multiple platforms: PCs iPads, DVRs, gaming consoles, printers, cameras, VOIP phones - just about any internet-capable equipment! It also offers the ability to utilize a WiFi hotspot as it’s source of connectivity (“WiFi-as-WAN”), and gives users the option of broadcasting two SSIDs - neither of which its predecessor supported.

Read our full review: Cradlepoint MBR95 3G/4G Wireless N Home Router Hands-On Review

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Date Added: 05/21/2015 by Daniel R. (Yellow Springs, OH)
Ever since I have owned this router it has rebooted on large data transfers either just from ethernet port to ethernet port or from WiFi to ethernet or from Internet to ethernet. Cradlepoint Tech supports response is "get a better model" and recommended the MBR2100 at $1000. I didn't see any disclaimer on the specification that says "won't support the actual 100mB rate sustained for more than n minutes." I also had to pay $29 for them to tell me to buy another modem and then wouldn't refund it. Definitely I would not buy again.

3Gstore Comments:
It sounds like you are referring to Cradlepoint's support, not 3Gstore - we haven't received any calls or emails from you. Remember, 3Gstore provides one year of FREE tech support, and we would have been happy to troubleshoot your problem and assist you in selecting a different product if necessary. Please give us a call or email and we'll be happy to help!

Date Added: 03/24/2015 by D. d. (Elizabethtown, NC)
Simple to use and set up if you don't need VPN features.

Date Added: 07/03/2014 by Jack B. (Woodville, TX)
I ordered a Cradlepoint router from the 3GStore after reading several reviews. My order came to my house very quickly even though I only paid for ground shipping. Once I un-boxed the router it was easy to get in service and has performed as advertised. I am very happy with the entire experience.

Date Added: 01/22/2014 by Duane N. (So. Royalston, MA)
Up and running and working well.

Date Added: 12/28/2013 by Miguel A. (Rio Piedras, PR)
Excellent product!!! Easy to use and work great. Just plug your usb modem turn it on and you have wifi!!!

Date Added: 05/02/2013 by Glen H. (Eagle Lake, FL)
Being a typical man, I refuse to read directions, never owned a map and won't stop to ask directions. That same theory applied here. I opened the box, plugged in the USB air card, and plugged in the power. Perfect !! I actually have a better signal now, in all rooms and on all devices, than I had before the MBR95 was installed. Actually, the word "installed" was a little harsh. I should have said "opened the box and set the unit on the shelf". The bottom line is simple, Cradlepoint makes a great product and provides great service. I will return to this website the next time I need something and I will refer family and friends here.

Date Added: 02/20/2013 by Gregory S. (Newport Beach, CA)
Got it... works GREAT with my Verizon MiFi PCs and wireless printers

Date Added: 01/19/2013 by Sherrie S. (Jonesville, VA)
Bought this in December and is working flawlessly. Easy to set up. Using it with AT&T elevate hot spot.

Date Added: 12/28/2012 by Jennifer M. (Walker, WV)
I can't brag enough. The people at 3G Store were great! I am using this with a USB760, this set up with a Kodak wireless printer, a computer with Windows 7 and one with Linux Mint Maya. I'm no expert on networking, but all this seemed to just fall together and I was up running in no time. Been running for a few weeks now without a single issue. Love it and thanks 3G Store for your help.

Date Added: 12/24/2012 by Ellen R. (Eagle, MI)
Oh my Gosh you are awesome...I never ever expected to receive my order the next day! Thank you for such fantastic service! I will be sure to recommend you to others!

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I need to update my system to 4G. I'm considering the MBR95 but wonder which is best to bring in my signal, a Jetpack6620 or a Pantech UML 295. I have a weak signal and will use a signal booster on either one.
When using the WiFi as WAN functionality is it possible to set the the IP address of the CradlePoint so that it will not be assigned an IP from the outside WiFi network's DHCP server?
There is a public wifi that is weak in the back part of the house. Can this device be used to boost a wifi singal when I don't have access to the public wifi router?
Can the product work with a phones hotspot or do you have to have a cable internet input?
What is the total number of WiFi devices that can connect to this using a MiFi 4510L or 5510L connected by WiFi as WAN?
Will this work with WiFi networks that have a login page or other splash page?
Can you connect an external antenna for more WiFi range?
Does this router support port forwarding?
Why do you recommend a USB extension cable?
Does this support multiple WiFi as WAN connections?
Can I use this router with cable/DSL too or just 3G/4G?
Does this support VPN?

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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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