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Thursday, 21 May 2015

SEC Consult NetUSB Vulnerability Warning

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The SEC Consult Vulnerability Lab released information on a new software vulnerability last Tuesday, the 19th of May. This vulnerability is focused around the NetUSB component of Linux operating systems. In short, this vulnerability allows an attacker access to a target router by stack buffer overflow attack.

As of the time of their release, the SEC Consult had identified 92 different routers from various hardware manufacturers that could fall victim to the NetUSB attack. NetUSB is a system that allows a user to plug in a device to the routers USB port, a network printer, storage device, etc. and then access that device on the local network as if it was connected to the PC directly. The attack is described, "By specifying a name longer than 64 characters, the stack buffer overflows when the computer name is received from the socket. Easy as a pie, the ‘90s are calling and want their vulns back, stack buffer overflow." This attack is even possible when devices are not attached to the USB ports as the NetUSB service is still running.

The SEC Consult has put out a list of affected router manufacturers, including some big names like TP-Link, Western Digital, and Netgear. 3Gstore has gone over the list of affected devices and we are happy to report at this time, nothing on our store contains this vulnerability. Nevertheless, we have reached out to our vendors for more information.

Peplink has responded via their official support forums . Eddy Yeung of the Peplink Team said,

"Hi there,

All of our Peplink | Pepwave gears are not affected.

-Eddy"
 
Cradlepoint has responded to our inquiry as well.
 
"The simple answer is we don't use NetUSB :)"
 
At this point all Cradlepoint and Pepwave devices are unaffected.

We'll update this article if we receive any other information on affected routers or manufacturer responses. Visit the SEC Consults site for their official release and links to all affected devices.

Updated 5/21/15 with a response from Cradlepoint.

 




Last Updated ( Thursday, 21 May 2015 )
 
Thursday, 14 May 2015

Peplink Cable DSL Satellite WAN Connection


This tip sheet will cover the basics on connecting a Cable, DSL, or Satellite modem to your Peplink router. It will also go over a couple troubleshooting steps in case you run into connection problems.

Pages: 3

Download Peplink Cable DSL Satellite WAN Connection (only available for 3Gstore customers who have purchased one of the products below)

Products:

Peplink Balance 20, Peplink Balance 30, Peplink Balance 30 w/ AT&T 3G/4G, Peplink Balance 30 w/ Europe HSPA+/LTE, Peplink Balance 30 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Peplink Balance 50, Peplink Balance 1350, Peplink Balance 210, Peplink Balance 2500, Peplink Balance 2500-SFP, Peplink Balance 310, Peplink Balance 380, Peplink Balance 580, Peplink Balance 710, Peplink Balance One, Peplink Balance One + 3yr Warranty/2yr InControl, Peplink Balance One + Speedfusion, Pepwave Max 700 Load Balancing/Bonding Router, Pepwave Max 700 Lite Load Balancing Router, Pepwave MAX HD2 w/ Global 3G, Pepwave MAX HD2 Lite, Pepwave MAX BR1 With Global 3G GSM, Pepwave MAX BR1 with AT&T/Canada 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX BR1 With Global 3G GSM + European HSPA+/LTE, Pepwave MAX BR1 with Verizon 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX BR1 With Global 3G GSM + CDMA 3G, Pepwave MAX HD2 IP67 w/ Global 3G - WiFi, Pepwave MAX HD2 W/ Global 3G GSM + European HSPA+/LTE, Pepwave MAX HD2 w/ 2 x Verizon 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD2 w/ Verizon and AT&T 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD2 IP67 w/ Global 3G - No WiFi, Pepwave MAX HD2 IP67 w/ AT&T 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD2 IP67 w/ AT&T 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD2 IP67 w/ Europe 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD2 IP67 w/ Verizon/AT&T 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD2 MediaFast w/ 2 x Europe LTE, Pepwave MAX HD2 MediaFast w/ 2 x Verizon 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD2 Mini (No WiFi) w/ 2 x AT&T, Pepwave MAX HD2 Mini (No WiFi) w/ 2 x Europe 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD2 Mini (No WiFi) w/ Verizon & AT&T, Pepwave MAX HD4 w/ 4 x AT&T 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD4 w/ 4 x Global 3G/Europe LTE, Pepwave MAX HD4 w/ 4 x Verizon, Pepwave MAX HD4 w/ 2 x Verizon + 2 x AT&T 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD4 MediaFast w/ 4 x Europe 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD4 MediaFast w/ 4 x Verizon 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD4 MediaFast w/ 2 AT&T + 2 Verizon 3G/4G, Pepwave Max On-The-Go, Pepwave Max On-The-Go with Load Balancing, Pepwave Max On-The-Go with Load Balancing & Speedfusion, Pepwave Surf On-The-Go, Pepwave Surf SOHO 3G/4G Router



 
Thursday, 14 May 2015

CradlePoint Cable DSL Satellite


This tip sheet will cover the basics on connecting a Cable, DSL, or Satellite modem to your Cradlepoint router. It will also go over a couple troubleshooting steps in case you run into connection problems.

Pages: 3

Download CradlePoint Cable DSL Satellite (only available for 3Gstore customers who have purchased one of the products below)

Products:

Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Sprint 3G/4G, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ AT&T/Canada 3G/4G, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Canada LTE/HSPA+, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ AT&T Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Multi-Band Sprint 3G/4G, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Verizon Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint CBA750B, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750 w/ AT&T Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750 w/ Generic Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750 w/ Verizon Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint CBA750B, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750B w/ Sprint 3G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750B w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750B w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750B w/ Sprint 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750B w/ Generic 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750B w/ AT&T 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750B w/ Sprint 4G, Cradlepoint CBR400, Cradlepoint CBR400, Cradlepoint CBR450, Cradlepoint CBR450, CradlePoint CTR35, Cradlepoint COR IBR1100 w/ AT&T Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR1100 w/ Generic Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR1100 w/ Sprint Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR1100 w/ Verizon Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR1150 w/ AT&T Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR1150 w/ Generic Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR1150 w/ Sprint Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR1150 w/ Verizon Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR350 w/ Verizon 4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Sprint 3G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Sprint 3G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Verizon 3G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Verizon 3G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Sprint 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Generic 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ AT&T 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ AT&T 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 - Europe, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Generic Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Sprint Multi-Band, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 (No Embedded Modem), Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Generic HSPA+, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Generic HSPA+ (Int'l Power Supply), Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Canadian HSPA+, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Sprint 3G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Sprint 3G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Verizon 3G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Verizon 3G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Sprint 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Generic 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ AT&T 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Generic Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Sprint Multi-Band, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ AT&T 3G/HSPA+, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ AT&T 3G/HSPA+, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ AT&T/Canada 3G/HSPA+, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Generic HSPA+ (International Power), Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Sprint WiMAX, Cradlepoint MBR1200B, Cradlepoint MBR1200B, CradlePoint MBR1400, CradlePoint MBR1400, CradlePoint MBR1400 Refurbished, CradlePoint MBR1400, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Sprint 3G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Verizon 3G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Sprint 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Generic 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ AT&T 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ AT&T 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ AT&T Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Generic Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Verizon Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Sprint 4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Sprint 4G, CradlePoint MBR95, Cradlepoint Sprint 3G/4G Modem Cap, Cradlepoint Generic LTE/HSPA+ Modem Cap, Cradlepoint MC400 Generic 3G/4G Modem for AER2100, Cradlepoint MC400-ARC Generic 3G/4G Modem for MBR1400/CBA750B, Cradlepoint MC400 Sprint Multi-Band 3G/4G Modem for AER2100, Cradlepoint MC400-ARC Sprint Multi-Band Modem for MBR1400/CBA750B



 
Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Cradlepoint ARC CBA850 Modem Carrier Switch

 

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New from Cradlepoint, the ARC CBA850 is a mobile broadband adapter, meant to bring cellular connectivity to any device that requires it. The CBA850 is purpose built for temporary networks, or networks where wired connections are impractical (cable, DSL, satellite). The CBA850 serves as a primary-connection device converting mobile broadband to ethernet for point-of-sale devices, digital signs and kiosks, businesses, and more. When paired with a multi-WAN router, the CBA850 is a powerful failover connection with plenty of features meant to minimize connection downtime.


With a dual SIM modem, you can easily flash the router to another carrier at will. This allows for carrier diversity and reduced downtime and cost in truck rolls and replacing hardware. The video below demonstrates just how easy it is to flash the ARC CBA850 to work on another carrier. Beyond this 'manual' method, there is a more automated method which takes advantage of Cradlepoints powerful Enterprise Cloud Manager platform. With ECM you can flash dozens of remote devices all at the same time, right through the cloud. By deploying an 850 with dual SIMs installed from day 1, switching carriers has never been easier.

 


For more information or to order the ARC CBA850, visit 3Gstore.com . Don't forget to read our full hands on review of the ARC CBA850 as well.


Last Updated ( Wednesday, 13 May 2015 )
 
Thursday, 07 May 2015

Remote Network Management White Paper at 3Gstore

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Remote management tools (including cloud management systems) allow network admins to manage and troubleshoot their networks from anywhere, anytime. 3Gstore's new Remote Network Management White Paper demonstrates some of the many ways remote management can benefit your network and highlights some of the most popular management systems, including Cradlepoint ECM, Peplink InControl, Sierra AVMS, and CloudGate Universe. 

The Remote Management White Paper is available for download now at 3Gstore.com




Last Updated ( Friday, 08 May 2015 )
 
Thursday, 07 May 2015

New Peplink MAX BR1 ENT

 

Announced today from Peplink, the MAX BR1 ENT is the latest entry in the MAX series of cellular routers. Designed for the most demanding enterprise applications, the BR1 ENT has a slew of new features that separate it from the current MAX BR1.

The BR1 ENT is capable of delivering 200Mbps of router throughput with an automatic failover to LTE. The high throughput means the BR1 will primarily support high speed wired internet connections such as Metro Ethernet and FiOS. The ENT is also Verizon XLTE certified, so if your primary connectivity goes down, automatic failover to a high speed cellular network is easy.


(High Speed Primary with LTE Backup)


The BR1 ENT is NOT carrier specific with two different models announced. First the MAX-BR1-ENT-LTE-US-T. While quite the part number it is actually quite simple. This is the North American model supporting Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and similar carriers. The second model, the MAX-BR1-ENT-LTE-E-T, is the Europe and international version. Along with the powerful embedded modem, the BR1 ENT also includes a USB WAN modem port for a second backup.


In order to comply with the much stricter regulations of government agencies, military, or large enterprises, the BR1 ENT does not include WiFi. This is purposed as a failover connection to a main internet line, or for use in locations where onboard WiFi isn’t appropriate. Of course you can always add an external access point like the AP One AC Mini or use the onboard WiFi of the device this is supplying failover connectivity to.

(Cellular Main, Aux, GPS, and redundant SIM slots)


The new BR1 ENT also has PoE output capability with an optional add on PoE activation kit. Included is a 48V power supply and a license that enables 802.3af PoE output ports. Simplifying installations with less cabling saves time and money, and with the PoE kit one wire is all you’ll need for power and connectivity.

The BR1 ENT doesn’t give up any of the features found on the current BR1 model either. SpeedFusion Hot Failover, InControl cloud management, GPS Fleet management, the terminal block for an alternative power method for mobile deployments, operating temperatures from -40° – 149°F, and numerous certifications (FCC, CE, RoHS, ITU-T K.20, E-Mark, and a number of shock and vibration certifications) all round out the BR1 ENT as an industry leader in cellular connectivity.


(Rugged enclosure and certified for use in extreme environments)


For more information or to order the MAX BR1 ENT, contact the experts at 3Gstore . Visit 3Gstore for more information on other Peplink hardware and solutions.

 

The MAX BR1 ENT is available now for just $581.03!

 




Last Updated ( Thursday, 07 May 2015 )
 
Thursday, 07 May 2015

Sierra Wireless Acquires Accel Networks

 

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In a press release by Sierra wireless today, they have announced a definitive agreement to acquire Accel Networks by June 2015.

“We are excited to join forces with our long-time partner Accel Networks as we see strong strategic alignment providing secure, managed connectivity solutions for the distributed enterprise, as well as for the broader Internet of Things,” said Jason Cohenour, President and CEO of Sierra Wireless. “With a proven managed connectivity service adopted by hundreds of enterprises in the U.S., the addition of Accel will accelerate our device-to-cloud strategy and add significant scale and capabilities to our services business.”

Accel Networks is a company specializing in primary and backup internet connectivity services to large volume enterprise customers in retail, finance, security, energy, and hospitality. LTE connectivity and assisting businesses transferring from legacy copper systems, and doing this without sacrificing reliability and performance, are some of the main goals of Accel Networks.

This new acquisition should only further the powerful offerings from Sierra Wireless, on their modem and cloud management capabilities.

For more information on Sierra hardware and how it can help your business stay connected, contact the experts at 3Gstore.

You can read the full press release here.




 

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