Aruba Wireless Initial Setup

District Technology at a K-12 educational company or school with 1,001-5,000 employees
The setup for the APs is straightforward; however, you need to be extremely knowledgeable to set up ClearPass. View full review »
Romal Amarkhail
Network Engineer
The setup was a little bit complicated. It really depends on the person. If you really don't know and it's your first time that you are touching an Aruba device, then it takes a lot of time. You're not going to get it, if you have never actually touched an Aruba Wireless Controller. You have to have an experienced engineer with you to show you what to do: how to add an AP, how to proceed with all the other configurations. Once you have had your hands on it a couple of times, then it becomes easier. View full review »
Associate IT Director at a non-tech company with 51-200 employees
Initial setup was straightforward. We followed the very basic instructions (connect to the new WiFi network, then go to a website, make some simple changes, save, reboot, done); updated the firmware, and we were on our way. View full review »
Networking Solution Architect at ALE
The initial set up of Aruba Wireless is in the middle, i.e. not so easy and not so complex. You need to learn to understand the process through the provided documentation. View full review »
Sr. Systems & Network Administrator at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
The initial setup was very simple. There were some settings which were confusing and unlabeled when trying to use the online help with the newer firmware. View full review »
Mathew Simupande
HPE Business Development Manager at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The initial setup was pretty much straightforward to be honest. You only configure one AP and when you plug the other ones into the network, it recognizes that that AP is the master and gets the configuration off that. View full review »
Bhagat Singh
Head of IT Department with 201-500 employees
The setup is straightforward, it's not complex. Things are quite easy with Aruba. View full review »
Dale Nevarez
Network Administrator at a K-12 educational company or school with 1,001-5,000 employees
Installation is relatively easy. Configuration was not all that complicated, but there were some forums online that helped us just in case. They shed light on the deep config options. We only had a summer to deploy. View full review »
Help Desk Coordinator & Media Analyst with 201-500 employees
Initial setup was very straightforward. We set up the switches and APs, then took it from there. View full review »
Jacob Golick
System Specialist at a non-tech company with 501-1,000 employees
The initial setup is straightforward. Configure one IAP and all the rest self-configure to that one. View full review »
Akash Surendran
Principal with 201-500 employees
Basic initial setup is very easy when it comes to a new user on-premise. View full review »
Jovan Jovanovic
Product Manager at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Initial setup was complex, but when you finally set up the whole network, there are no problems. View full review »
Network Administrator at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
The initial setup was very easy and intuitive. View full review »
Senior Network Engineer at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
You need training on configuration of Aruba products since it deals with a vast range of technology apart from wireless. View full review »
Networking Solution Architect at ALE
I have been involved in setups for our customers. It's not too complex. Of course, you need to know the solution very well. View full review »
Network Administrator
It was pretty straightforward. View full review »
Saseendran Vasu
Organization Civil Engineer with 1-10 employees
It is straightforward. View full review »

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