CradlePoint CTR35 IEEE 802.11n Wireless Router


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The CTR35 converts a 4G or 3G USB Data Modem into a secure 16-connection WiFi network.It can also use traditional Cable/DSL Ethernet modems or existing WiFi as a data source, creating secure wireless from a public hotspot.


Product Title: CradlePoint CTR35 IEEE 802.11n Wireless Router

Manufacturer: CradlePoint

Lowest Price: $269.99 from NewEgg Marketplace

Power Score: 3.4 | 4 Reviews

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Small, Lite, and easy to pack

It works well in home, and travels well. Once you have your network set up you can take it with you

By kc7oct-Rick on Adorama - Oct 11, 2011

Trouble with some modems

Strengths: Small, good N signal strenght

Weakness: Will not see my LG Trubo modem on ATT

Had one since Feb. would work tethered to a LG CU500 and worked with my Verizon 760 USB. It has a hard time seeing my LG Turbo even though the LG Turbo works with the laptop great. Had 3 firmware upgrades and all four firmwares (counting the original) are hit or miss at seeing the Turbo. Stepped back to a GIO322 ATT Modem and it works.

By anonymous; - May 16, 2011

Love this thing

Strengths: WiFi Performance and Features

Weakness: No battery

This thing is awesome. After trying one out for awhile I bought them for all my staff. It works with tons of USB modems. It has a WiFi network for our internal team and a guest SSID that we can keep guest on and not let them access our network. It also has an Ethernet port out allowing it to be configured to still use your home routers wired network, by connecting it to the WAN port on your home...
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By NetworkADMIN67 - May 4, 2011

Basic router works but firewall way to basic for anything except simple web browsing

Strengths: Small, cheap

Weakness: Firewall setup is way to simplistc and no tech support case options or 1800 number

router cannot even do basic FTP throught the firewall without chaning ports on you which will cause failed FTP transfers. Cant submit a suppor case request as they do not support that product in the submissio nform or even the usb devices it supports so case submission fails. No 800 number. I guess this is what you get for $58.00 but come on cradlepoint my 1995 ISDN router had a better firewall...
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By guildjw; - Jan 20, 2011

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