Aruba Wireless Pricing and License Cost

D6B8
District Technology at a K-12 educational company or school with 1,001-5,000 employees
Get multiple bids/quotes, and talk to the representatives about the limitations of the product; pretty standard. View full review »
Romal Amarkhail
Network Engineer
It's not expensive. That is the reason we switched to Aruba. View full review »
Associat722a
Associate IT Director at a non-tech company with 51-200 employees
Pricing is competitive. Licensing is needed to maintain access to the latest firmware, which wasn't made clear originally when we started with Arbua (or things changed, I'm not sure which). I would just say, make sure you budget for it. In addition to the licensing, you do get "support," for what its worth. View full review »
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MarcoPiazzalunga
Networking Solution Architect at ALE
We do not have a leased license with Aruba Wireless. We bought ours earlier. We don't use the cloud solution of Aruba. We bought the license for life. We don't rent the license or pay a monthly fee. View full review »
SrSystem4f4f
Sr. Systems & Network Administrator at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
Trial different solutions and compare pricing to how well they perform, their stability, how easy it is to maintain, etc. View full review »
Dale Nevarez
Network Administrator at a K-12 educational company or school with 1,001-5,000 employees
We will be buying the ClearPass solution, which will be pricey. However, in the trial version, it has even more tools to manage a busy network. View full review »
Mayobanex
Help Desk Coordinator & Media Analyst with 201-500 employees
Besides paying for the APs, you need to pay a license each year for their use. Therefore, watch out for that and do the best you can to keep costs down. View full review »
Jacob Golick
System Specialist at a non-tech company with 501-1,000 employees
Price is fairly expensive, however it is worth it. If the “master” fails, another AP can take over the role. View full review »
Akash Surendran
Principal with 201-500 employees
Pricing support has always been cost-effective. Licensing is a one time purchase (only the cloud license has to be renewed, which is worth trying out). View full review »
it_user281328
Network Administrator at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
Pricing is very competitive. View full review »
RajkumarThakku
Senior Network Engineer at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
A recent change is that ClearPass licensing is superb. It counts user-based instead of device-based, for BYOD on-boarding. View full review »
NetworkA31be
Network Administrator
Licencing can be surprising and needs improvement. Look into all features, what you need versus what you want, and know that nothing comes without some kind of license. View full review »
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