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evdovalerie
3Gstore Employee


Joined: 02 Feb 2012
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2013 9:12 am    Post subject:

We've got a feature comparison chart on our site you can reference
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tyrone
EVDO User


Joined: 28 Apr 2010
Posts: 81

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2013 9:49 am    Post subject:

sbonar wrote:
tyrone wrote:
For simplicity no frills setup cradlepoint works well, for advanced features peplink leads


Out curiosity, can you list the advanced features that peplink has and cradlepoint doesn't?


PPTP server Capabilities, live. daily.weekly.monthly data tracking, QoS, vpn bonding, ipv6, gigabit, policy management too. I recommend you call 3gstore before buying so they can get you in a router that works for you, and if you use multiple links - Like failover and denying specific connections it make it perfect for telecommuting
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cradlepoint-scott
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Joined: 19 Aug 2008
Posts: 297

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2013 11:48 am    Post subject:

@evdovalerie - Great comparison chart. However there are some errors, that if you don't mind, could you change just so you are giving your customers the correct information so that they can intelligently make the right decision.
The errors are mostly under the Enterprise Router but there are a couple that span it and the Consumer list.
I also don't know how you define Enterprise vs Consumer, but it seems to me that there are several Peplink devices with comparable functionality to the MBR1200b in the Enterprise chart, but the MBR1200b is not listed.

  • USB Ports - in the Enterprise chart you have the 1400 listed as having only one USB port. That is not correct. It has 3 (and is listed correctly in the Consumer chart).
  • Lan/Wan Ports - For the 1400 (and any of our Series 3 routers), you can configure Any of the Ethernet ports for Lan or Wan, even though they are color coded and defaulted so that the Blue port is WAN and the Orange port(s) are LAN.
  • Data Usage - we do support client based data usage viewing. Just not alert triggering or reporting.


@tyrone - just making sure your information is up to date

  • Data tracking - we have it
  • QoS - we have it
  • IPv6 - we have it
  • Gigabit - the MBR1400 has it
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