Aruba ClearPass Pros and Cons
Aruba ClearPass Pros
We can double verify whether a machine is compliant with our policy on the one hand, and on the other hand if it's one of our machines we let it into the network.View full review »
Aruba has improved my organization because it supported me on my level of access.View full review »
The initial setup was straightforward.View full review »
We are able to satisfy many different organizational needs because of its flexibility.
It eliminated the management of 10 different individual discrete RADIUS servers.
Its clustering model saved us staff time and reduced errors by eliminating the need to manage individual RADIUS servers.View full review »
It makes it easy to require robust user authentication for both wired and wireless endpoints, including BYODs.
Access Tracker is invaluable for troubleshooting access control incidents and quickly getting to the root cause.View full review »
It has an easy to learn web GUI and command lines.
The support is top notch, expert, and very friendly. View full review »
Gives us network access control, visibility, scalability, security, and control in what is becoming an uncontrollable, inundated BYOD and IoT world.View full review »
Aruba ClearPass has improved the security control in our network environment.View full review »
Aruba ClearPass Cons
The user interface should be improved. The logs and how the logging mechanism works can also use an upgrade.View full review »
Aruba needs to improve and the processes must be clear.View full review »
I would like the area of managing wired technology to be improved. Wireless is very good but I'm still struggling a bit to do my end to end configurations in the wired technology area.View full review »
The product's graphical user interface (GUI) could use an update and better integration between the guest management and policy management interfaces.View full review »
It should be clearer in the pre-sales stage that clear, documented, executive-supported InfoSec policy is the key to success.View full review »
The AirWave Dashboard heat maps could be better designed.
Instructions on adding layouts are not as clear as they could be.View full review »
I would like to see is “AAS”. Not only Aruba APs with central, but NAC/ClearPass, AirWave, and everything licensed as a Service. This way, like AWS, they can spin up what they need when they need it and vice versa.View full review »
Configuration should be more easy to understand between the link of two topics.View full review »