Wireless WAN Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
reviewer925296 says in a Ruckus Wireless WAN review
Sr. Systems Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The feature I like most is the product activity. This is a technology-orientated product and the management features are awesome as compared to other products. I like the management, control, access points, plane, data plane, and complete Wi-Fi productivity if offers. View full review »
reviewer692691 says in a Ruckus Wireless WAN review
Project Manager at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
The performance of this solution is amazing in terms of radiofrequency technology. The dashboard is quite good. View full review »
Abubaker Musa says in a Ruckus Wireless WAN review
Information and Communication Technologies Engineer at DIYAR Consultant
The most valuable features are the indoor and outdoor wireless access points. View full review »
reviewer367560 says in a Ruckus Wireless WAN review
Network Systems Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The most valuable feature is the software infrastructure. The analytic solution is good and should be improving further. View full review »
MashukThakur says in a Ruckus Wireless WAN review
IT Manager at Fast Telecommunications Company
The performance is very nice, the throughput is better than any other product, and it's reliable. On the technical side, it is very easy to troubleshoot. I am working with an ISP and we provide the service to the customers and we monitor it for troubleshooting tasks. Ruckus is much easier than other products. I have checked with other vendors and for a cloud-based service, Ruckus the fastest and the easiest. View full review »
IbrahimJaber says in a Ruckus Wireless WAN review
Senior Engineer at TIC
The solution is easy to use and offers good management for wireless. View full review »
RagidKader says in a Cisco Wireless WAN review
Lead Solutions Architect at a university with 10,001+ employees
I like that it has integrated the cost of our network access. We see identity controls solutions so we make sure it's all part of the same management console. We have the same console and the same authentication, and we use a multi-high profile defendable wireless system, access ports, and wireless access IDs. So each access ID has different kinds of people, different kinds of networks, the VLAN. Cisco controllers are now the best in this field. We end segregation on the Wi-Fi side based on the access ID. View full review »
SujithKombra says in a Cisco Wireless WAN review
Founder, CEO at Espina IT
The most valuable features for me are the ease of operation and scalability. View full review »
Dave Orr says in a Cisco Wireless WAN review
Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The granularity of standardization and technical controls would be the big one in terms of valuable features. You can control everything, every technology within the wireless arena. It contrasts with Meraki which is very much macro-driven so you don't have the visibility of the complete engine. From an engineering and consultant perspective, I want full control. The Cisco WLC solution supplies that in the form they have at the moment, but I know that they changed the UI a couple of weeks ago. I haven't seen it but as it exists at the moment I'm on 8.5 or 8.6 of the code up, but they're using the code that they use on the WLCs and not what would be the new version, which I believe is different. View full review »
WalterShelver says in an Ubiquiti Wireless review
Managing Director at CableWeb
One of the nice features is the backup version control. The Cloud Key is used for the adoption process, which provides a single login control solution for your switching. Nobody can just get onto your switches, or onto your wireless units. This is a nice solution from a security perspective. When it comes to setting it up, this is one of the fastest solutions out there. It has an adoption set up, where you set up your switches, connect your APs to see the switches, and from there it detects your system. It actually tells you what it detects from the network and then you adopt that. Whether it is another switch or another Ubiquity product, it will adopt it. Obviously, it only works with other Ubiquity products. View full review »
reviewer1179243 says in a Cisco Wireless WAN review
Network Engineer at a pharma/biotech company with 201-500 employees
Valuable features for me would be the friendly GUI. It's not a feature as such but it's the first thing I would point out because troubleshooting is very easy on it. I can literally point down to a single host, find roughly where he's located and examine the strength of his connectivity. Also, I find the mobile anchoring to be handy although compared to the newer solutions it's a little old. View full review »
MohamedTalbi says in a Fortinet FortiExtender review
Network and Security Engineer at Neurones
The redundancy and the functionality of the SD-WAN connection that gives us the possibility to connect via smartphones is the solution's most valuable feature. The load sharing is also very good. The solution is extremely user-friendly. View full review »
Irshad Mehmood says in a Cisco Wireless WAN review
Technical Project Manager at Saudi Telecom Company
This is the most stable product in the market. The documentation is very good and it's available everywhere. If you use Google to search then you will get it all. The integration is easy. View full review »
reviewer910884 says in a Cisco Wireless WAN review
Senior Consultant at a manufacturing company with 201-500 employees
I use this solution because I work for a Cisco partner. We use a lot of Cisco products and it makes it easy for us to position this wireless solution for most of our clients because they already have a Cisco base. It is very easy to propose it as an alternative. View full review »
reviewer958677 says in a Cisco Wireless WAN review
Network Operations Supervisor at a government with 10,001+ employees
We acquired the Cisco Identity Service Engine (ISE), and what I found the most valuable, is the integration between Cisco wireless and the ISE. It is very useful. View full review »
SarmadAlwakeel says in an Ubiquiti Wireless review
IT Manager at Cyber IT Solutions
It's very easy to use. The hardware is very easy to use, compared to Microsoft. Microsoft is more complicated. It has software that is okay if you are familiar with it. In my opinion, Ubiquiti hardware is more heavy-duty than Microsoft. It is also the first company in Iraq that provides a product with an antenna and feeds all in one compact design. Before that, we had the magnetic adapter alone and then antenna alone. After that, Microsoft and other companies have produced equipment like Ubiquiti, but it was the first one that made this design. You should also not forget that we use Ubiquiti for point to point with devices. All their features are very popular here in Iraq, though. View full review »
MuhammadNaeem says in a Cisco Wireless WAN review
Network & Information Security Engineer at a healthcare company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The most valuable feature of this solution is that it is stable and the support is good. View full review »
MohammedMurshed says in an Aruba Networks Wireless WAN review
CEO at Alam Khwarizm
The most valuable feature of this solution is the streaming of screen sharing. Our customer needs to broadcast screens from tablets and iPads. The performance of this access point is better than the commercial one. We have been able to manage this solution using Wavefront. View full review »
reviewer992250 says in a Cisco Wireless WAN review
Senior Consultant at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
It's a good solution and it works very well. It has great integration with other Cisco products. It's good for the management team to only have one brand, one manufacturer of products. I like how the look and feel of the product are standardized to match other Cisco solutions. View full review »
Alexander Ernst says in an Ubiquiti Wireless review
IT Manager at IMP Bautest AG
I like the features that allow configuration of the access points, the firewalls, and the switches from an application on your smartphone. If my mother calls and tells me there's a problem with the internet connection or WiFi, I can check it on my mobile phone and can then restart the device or let her know there's another reason for the problem. It helps because my parents are over 70 years old. View full review »
JaromirLikavec says in a Cisco Wireless WAN review
Senior Network Engineer, IT Manager at Fraunhofer IGD
The ease of management is the solution's most valuable feature. The user interface is much better than older versions. View full review »
GeorgesKouassi says in an Ubiquiti Wireless review
Supervisor at Neurones Technologies
The indoor WiFi connection works well. View full review »
Managing Partner at ODEC Technology Solutions
The solution is overall a great product. The stability is one of the best aspects of it. It's also useful in helping control multiple access points. You don't need to have a physical controller like other brands. View full review »
reviewer1038312 says in an Ubiquiti Wireless review
CEO at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
I think two major things are the most valuable for our operations. The quality is very important, and we have seen that this system has been reliable for the last 10 years. That is an important factor. Managing the number of towers and access points has always been a challenge and made this type of business quite expensive in this location. The main thing for us is the prices and meeting and beating the price of competitors. So the most important feature is the value itself. Technology-wise, everyone can offer the same thing. Our standard is to have the best service and offer it all for less. View full review »
reviewer980556 says in an Aruba Networks Wireless WAN review
Network Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The newest features and options allow us to use leading-edge functionality like the central mobility controller which can manage everything instead of having the independent or basic cellular kind of setup. Bigger enterprise-level configuration and policy pushing will become easier with Mobility Master and that will provide better services for our clients. View full review »
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