Aruba Wireless Stability

D6B8
District Technology at a K-12 educational company or school with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have encountered stability issues. The APs would sometimes randomly reboot; no idea what was causing it and support was less than helpful. The clients connecting would have a magnitude of issues until we turned off or disabled some features (some of which we really wanted to use). View full review »
Romal Amarkhail
Network Engineer
Every month Aruba has new firmware. I don't know if it's good or bad but it's not good in terms of production. We can't upgrade our firmware every month, especially an enterprise company, because if we upgrade our firmware based on the latest firmware that Aruba has, that firmware is not stable. They're not 100 percent sure about it. My suggestion is, take your time, or invest in your knowledge. Bring on more engineers. Don't produce or broadcast firmware every month. Just have two or three firmware updates each year, and make them stable. Perfect. The way that Cisco does. View full review »
Associat722a
Associate IT Director at a non-tech company with 51-200 employees
Stability of wireless services provided by the Aruba APs hasn't been an issue. If there have been any issues, they've been minor and have been resolved by firmware updates. View full review »
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MarcoPiazzalunga
Networking Solution Architect at ALE
Aruba Wireless is stable. Now we don't have any issues. In the early versions, there were problems, but now all is okay. They've advanced a long time ago. View full review »
SrSystem4f4f
Sr. Systems & Network Administrator at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
Occasionally, it needed to be rebooted. I used to have issues with DHCP. It is extremely buggy and difficult to upgrade with different firmware versions/models. View full review »
Bhagat Singh
Head of IT Department with 201-500 employees
It's completely stable. View full review »
Dale Nevarez
Network Administrator at a K-12 educational company or school with 1,001-5,000 employees
Stability and its ability to handle more devices has been an improvement for our organization. View full review »
Mayobanex
Help Desk Coordinator & Media Analyst with 201-500 employees
The system was very good, but we needed to upgrade in order to adapt for our needs, and doing so with Aruba would have been more expensive. View full review »
Jacob Golick
System Specialist at a non-tech company with 501-1,000 employees
None, which is why this product turned into my go to solution. View full review »
Akash Surendran
Principal with 201-500 employees
Jovan Jovanovic
Product Manager at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
They didn't found any issues yet. View full review »
it_user281328
Network Administrator at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
RajkumarThakku
Senior Network Engineer at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
None. The product is very stable. View full review »
MarcoPiazzalunga
Networking Solution Architect at ALE
Stability is good. View full review »
NetworkA31be
Network Administrator
There were stability issues, but only on initial deployment. View full review »
Saseendran Vasu
Organization Civil Engineer with 1-10 employees
I am satisfied with the stability. View full review »
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