Aruba Wireless Competitors and Alternatives

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Real User
Network Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Jun 03 2018

What do you think of Cisco Wireless?

Primary Use Case Cisco Wireless gave us the ability to deploy and seamlessly manage wireless devices at our corporate office and remote locations. • Improvements to My Organization It gave us the ability to view wireless traffic, unwanted devices on the network, and how they affected overall network performance. • Valuable Features The ability to deploy wireless access points with templates. The ability to use campus maps to see access point coverage. • Room for Improvement Most definitely the cost.  • Use of Solution More than five years. • Pricing, License Cost and Setup I am not a fan of Cisco's software pricing model. Their management software is far too expensive.
Real User
System Engineer Wlan at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Feb 07 2017

What is most valuable?

We do site surveys, so we use the Spectrum Analyzer and we use the Site Survey PRO to get a good feel of the signal strength in the company.

How has it helped my organization?

It gives a good view of the signal strength. There are other tools in the market as well, but we work with this one. I'm not sure why we choose this one, but it helps us to give a good feel of the network, the wireless coverage plan, the... more»

What needs improvement?

I would like it to be able to automatically calculate the best way to place the access points; more like hybrid manual planning. I'm not sure if the product has that already, but we are not using it, at least. Other products in this area do... more»
Real User
Technical Operations Manager at a religious institution with 51-200 employees
Apr 26 2018

What do you think of Ruckus Wireless?

Primary Use Case We are a church with an average weekend attendance of 3000. We use our Ruckus Wireless for our people to access the bible during services, as well as provide online access, etc. We use it daily for our staff of more than 50 users, as well as our Rock RMS Church Management System check-in (which we use iPads and some PCs for - most are WiFi). • Improvements to My Organization There is better security on our internal SSID/VLAN due to the use of Zero-IT. • Valuable Features Zero-IT: It is easier to get people connected to the correct SSID without providing a passphrase. • Room for Improvement The interface should be mobile friendly. • Use of Solution More than five years. • Other Advice We have replaced some EOL access points this past year with...

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