Cradlepoint Moves NetCloud Perimeter to General Availability

Static IP Address​

​What is it?​ Static IP address is assigned to the network device​ in the NetCloud Perimeter (NCP) secure overlay network.

Benefits​:

  • Enable devices (such as servers, IoT devices, etc.) reachability in absence of DNS resolution​
  • Uniquely identify a device using IP address in secure overlay network​
  • Granular control policy using static IP address in the overlay​​

Static IP available 11/14

What To Do:

  • Try NetCloud Perimeter with a free 30-day trial of Cradlepoint NetCloud
  • View Device Info in your Perimeter Network, which is now located under Virtual Networks tab​

Cradlepoint NetCloud Perimeter Static IP screen shot

 

Additional Resources:

  • NetCloud Perimeter Static Overlay IP Address (Knowledge Base article - coming soon)

Cradlepoint NetCloud Perimeter Static IP diagram

 

Collaborator Support​

What is it?​ Collaborators can manage NetCloud Perimeter (NCP) networks.​ ​

Benefits​:

  • Users can now manage both NCM and NCP with collaborator permissions​
  • Users with collaborator permissions can switch to another account and manage NCP networks ​
    • Collaborator must have permissions to an NCP network in order to view the network details as a collaborator ​
  • MSPs can easily manage their customers’ NCP accounts ​
  • Better remote support for NCP through Collaborator access model​

What To Do:

  • Try NetCloud Perimeter with a free 30-day trial of Cradlepoint NetCloud
  • Navigate to Accounts & Users and add a Collaborator
  • Select the NetCloud Perimeter Permissions tab and select the User
  • Follow the Knowledge Base article below for additional instructions

Additional Resources:

  • Multi-Networks - Adding Users (Knowledge Base article - coming soon)