Aerohive Networks Room for Improvement

Michael Bartlett
President at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Need port aggregation on the 2384 switches to take full advantage of ac on the APs. I understand that is on their product road map. The Aerohive access points have dual 1GB Ethernet ports for aggregation, which enables full 2.6Gbps data. Right now our partner through Aerohive support is telling us that the Aerohive switches currently don’t support port aggregation so we only are using one Ethernet port at the AP’s. At this point in time, it’s not an issue, and have been told that port aggregation will be available on the Aerohive switches. That’s important to me- as the demands on our network grow we will need to get the full bandwidth out of the Aerohive AP’s. When I researched the purchase the benefit of managing the switches and AP’s in one interface, and the ability to single source network infrastructure, including installation and management, outweighed the decreased data rate. So, I’m looking forward to this being available soon. That’s the best information I have on this at this time, hope it helps. View full review »
CEO with 1-10 employees
From our perspective, we would love to see Aerohive provide faster feature enhancement in their Virtual Appliance to match the features with the cloud solution more quickly. View full review »
Manager - IT Infrastructure at a non-tech company with 501-1,000 employees
Their firewall configuration gets funky and it can be difficult to understand. View full review »
Scott Lieberman
Technology Integration Specialist at a non-tech company
Bring the cost down. View full review »
Sandun Fernando
Network Administrator at a university with 10,001+ employees
Browser load time for the cloud is long and needs improvement. View full review »
Will Van Wickler
Network Technician Intern at a tech services company
A mobile app would be awesome. View full review »
Director of Technology at a K-12 educational company or school with 51-200 employees
We have had some mediocre to poor experiences with tech support: Conflicting information, condescending attitudes, and reluctance to work to resolve an issue. Although, these were isolated, and most of our interactions have been fruitful, they still leave a lasting bad taste. View full review »
Michael Kogelman
Network Administrator at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
The user interface and disparity of feature releases versus golden firmware. Certain features only exist or work in certain versions. View full review »

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