COR IBR1100 Dual-Modem Dock
Increase Availability. Augment Bandwidth.
Cradlepoint’s dual-modem dock for the COR IBR1100 Series provides flexibility in deployment with additional bandwidth or failover capability across multiple carriers. Wireless-to-wireless failover ensures mission critical applications stay online when you need them the most. A second modem can also be used to augment bandwidth for applications like passenger WiFi, video or cloud access to ensure an ideal quality of experience. Engineered for commercial vehicles and first responders, the modular design provides the ability to future proof as your network grows or new services like FirstNet for public safety are developed. Part #: 170675-000
Features When Combined With COR IBR1100 Series
- Dual-band, dual-concurrent WiFi (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac)
- Ruggedized for vibration, shock, dust, splash & humidity
- Ignition sensing
- Certified 3G/4G/LTE enterprise-grade internal modems
- 9–36 DC voltage input range
- Software defined radio supports multiple carriers (Gobi)
- Built-in transient and reverse polarity voltage protection
- Integrated temperature sensor
- Active GPS support
- Certified on all major carriers
- Non-WiFi versions available
- 3-year warranty
- Software-defined radio
- Multi-carrier support
- Seamless integration with IBR1100 Series
- Support for all Cradlepoint 3G/4G/LTE MC400 modems
Knowledge Base Articles
This is the introduction to the COR IBR1100 Series product manual, including package contents, system requirements, specifications, hardware information, and LED information.
This article will provide guidance for the installation of Cradlepoint COR routers in vehicles. We'll recommend some commercially available products to help minimize the effects of the harsh automotive power environment.
This is the product manual section for System Settings → Administration.
This article describes how to properly identify the Series and Model of your Cradlepoint product.
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.
This article contains information on using NetCloud Manager's ALERTS & LOGS page. The ALERTS & LOGS page provides features for creating Alert Rules and viewing Alert Logs, and for viewing a device's Activity Log.
Typically all computers connected to a router are protected by the router’s firewall. To allow a computer on the Internet to connect through the router to a specific computer it is necessary to either manually forward the required ports (directions below), or to place the device/computer into the Cradlepoint’s Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).
This is the product manual section for System Settings → GPIO Connector.
This document provides an overview of Cradlepoint’s Command Line Interface (CLI) feature available in Series 3 Cradlepoint devices. The Cradlepoint device CLI is a captive text-based interface for configuring, managing, and debugging Cradlepoint devices.
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