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Cisco 29xx router, Netgate and Cradlepoint

Posted on 2012-03-09
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My goal:

To use the Netgate/Comcast as a backup to my AVPN connection on the 29xx router. I will have VRRP config between the 29xx and Netgate.

To use the Cradlepoint MBR1200 as tertiary backup in event both AVPN and cable are down.

What would network cabling look like?
Can Cradlepoint be connectecd to Netgate?
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Can a Verizon Modem USBILxxxx just be connected to usb port on Netgate. Netgate then gets configured for USBILxxx modem to watch Netgate primary link to Cable/Comcast. If that fails, then wireless modem assumes control?
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Found my own answer.


Netgate DOES accept wireless modems in addition to regular cable modem. .

See attached pdf.
AT-T-NetGate-Supported-Cellular-.pdf
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