The dashboard to keep track of 30 or so APs, switches, routers and logs, is invaluable. I liked the UX on this.
Notifications (minus the techno-speak so it's obvious what the problem is) help us respond to access points down or rogue access points attempting connections.
Tracking the usage of staff, access points, switches and routers becomes an insanely easy thing and so do producing reports for your Exec team.
Splash screens for T&C sign off by users are very easy to implement - it takes about 30 seconds to put a splash screen up. RADIUS and SSO are possible with similar ease.
Networks can be segmented into SSIDs very easily for those needing to provided users, office, POS, Events, etc, with seperated access. You can then monitor the usage down to a single MAC address for great granularity.
Reporting is easy - press two buttons et viola!
It's cut down the amount of time administering an expansive WiFi network spread over 43 acres.
We can easily monitor the up/down time so establishing KPIs and SLAs for the IT department becomes something attainable.
Adding APs is a very simple process. Plug in. Turn on. Meshes with the existing network. In an emergency, almost anyone can do it.
The error logs need to be much more comprehensive.
There can be problems if using older POS devices, WiFi APs, and you have a lot of people with mobiles around. So, say, a large event. The mix of signals can kill the WiFi APs and then you are left hard wiring "mobile" tills. Be aware if you're carrying old equipment.
Good. Technical Support
Very good. Some times the odd problem may drag and require a dog-with-a-bone approach but that's the same everywhere.
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