What is the best way to identify the firmware version shipped on a CradlePoint router?

Purpose:

Determine the version of firmware that was shipped on a CradlePoint router from the device’s packaging.  This will identify if a device requires a firmware upgrade prior to deployment in order to be ECM compatible.

Requirements:

Individual packaging from the CradlePoint router.
OR
Bulk packaging from cartons of CradlePoint routers.

Directions:

To determine the version of firmware that was shipped on a CradlePoint router, look for the following labels:

Individual packaging

For IBR600 and IBR650 devices:
IBR600 Label Firmware Location
For MBR1400, MBR1200B, CBA750B, CBR450 and CBR400 devices:
MBR1400 Label Firmware Location

Bulk packaging

For IBR600 and IBR650 devices:
IBR600 Carton Label Firmware Location
For MBR1400, MBR1200B, CBA750B, CBR450 and CBR400 devices:
MBR1400 Carton Label Firmware Location
Note: For ECM compatibility the minimum firmware version is 4.3.2. It was released on 15 July 2013; most devices shipped after this date should already have firmware that is ECM compatible.  Devices shipped prior to 15 July 2013 will need a firmware update before being registered with ECM.

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