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Find out what your peers are saying about Cisco Wireless vs. Mojo Networks and other solutions. Updated: September 2021.
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"The most valuable features of this solution are the Cisco CleanAir and Cisco RRM.""The feature that I have found most valuable is its durability because we can rely on this solution. It is also easy to configure. Lastly, if something happens, we get good support from Cisco.""I find this solution easy to configure and use.""The solution offers very good application visibility and control integration for other analysis software.""Good connectivity and easy to configure.""The support offered by Cisco is excellent. They are very responsive and knowledgeable.""This product has a long life and you don't have any issues with it.""It is good, and it works."

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"The fact that they are autonomous and can function even without access to the management panel is the most valuable aspect of this solution.""The stability of the solution has been good. We haven't had any issues.""The features that I like the most are the visibility and the firewall, which is very good.""The solution is very stable.""Mojo Networks (Arista WiFi) is extremely secure with WIPS, built-in wireless."

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"I would like to see less dependency on other products such as ISE and Prime for certain implementations.""One thing which we really don't like about Cisco is that it is very expensive.""There should be an option for a wireless bridge that can be used to join two access points.""The pricing of the solution is expensive if you compare it to other competitors.""Controllers could be improved.""Apple is definitely causing a lot of issues by turning on more security features on its equipment. It is causing more problems on the business side. One is what they call a randomized Mac address that Apple has put out. As far as I know, Cisco doesn't have a fix for that.""There needs to be an access point that is compact and more suitable for small and medium-sized businesses.""It requires a few tweaks in order to stabilize it. Its portal is complex. Cisco solutions are complex in general."

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"The user interface needs improvement. It could be a little bit more user-friendly.""The solution is a bit pricier than Cisco.""The distribution can be improved, particularly in this part of the world.""The implementation could be simplified. Right now it's a bit complex.""The renewal costs that come with it are very expensive."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
"Cost is one of the reasons why we are switching to Aruba. Aruba is significantly lower than Cisco in price. We do the licensing on a three-year basis. Cisco makes licensing very difficult.""The price of this product is reasonable.""This is an expensive product.""The product could be priced better.""Cisco Wireless is a little bit expensive when compared to other solutions.""The price is a little high. However, you get what you pay for. The quality of the product is high, you will find it is worth the money. There is some additional cost, for example, customer support.""It's expensive because a lot of the controls come with licenses.""This solution is expensive, but you get value for your money."

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"In Australian dollars, we buy it for five years at $1,200.""We have a term that is renewed every three years.""It requires a license and that's a recurring cost and that has a really high cheque value."

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Questions from the Community
Top Answer: All are good selections, and this question is difficult to answer without knowing your throughput requirements, as each vendor has multiple models within there series. Personally I recommend looking… more »
Top Answer: The product offers educational licenses that are priced very reasonably.
Top Answer: We use the product under an educational license, and therefore, we find the solution to be reasonably priced.
Top Answer: Mojo Networks (Arista WiFi) is extremely secure with WIPS, built-in wireless.
Top Answer: It's a very costly solution, but someone who values security would definitely look up to Mojo Networks (Arista Wi-Fi). It requires a license and that's a recurring cost and that has a really high… more »
Top Answer: The renewal costs that come with it are very expensive. Price is the only area that needs improvement.
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Also Known As
Cisco WLAN Controller
Mojo Networks WLAN, AirTight Networks, AirTight, Mojo Aware
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With Cisco Wireless you will successfully plan, deploy, monitor, troubleshoot, and report on indoor and outdoor wireless networks - all from a centralized location.
Mojo is revolutionizing WiFi through the power of the cloud and open standards. We liberate networks from proprietary hardware and utilize the full power of the cloud to deliver cognitive WiFi: a self-driving network that makes things remarkably simple and reliable at massive scale. Mojo WiFi is not just secure itself but also secures your wired network and IT assets from wireless attacks. Mojo Network’s innovations provide superior WiFi experience, effortless troubleshooting and empowers IT with better user experiences, more options, and more velocity, all at much lower costs.
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Sample Customers
Aegean Motorway, Baylor Scott & White Health, Beachbody, Bellevue, Brunel University London, Bucks County Intermediate Unit , Chartwell School, Children's Hospital Colorado, Cisco Live Milan, City of Biel, City of Mississauga, Dundee Precious Metals, Electricity Authority of Cyprus, Erickson Living, Goldcorp, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Grupo Industrial Saltillo (GIS)
Robert Half, Yum Brands, Costco, AMC, NEC, Walsh University, JCT600, Region 6 Education Service Center, Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio, Santa Rosa County District Schools, Marysville Schools, Knob Noster Public Schools, Tao Group, Presidio Partners, Garden Fresh Restaurant Corp, Zurich, Hesperia Unified School District, Maine Medical Center
Top Industries
Comms Service Provider18%
Computer Software Company10%
Manufacturing Company8%
Comms Service Provider35%
Computer Software Company19%
Educational Organization5%
Comms Service Provider44%
Computer Software Company15%
Educational Organization6%
Company Size
Small Business37%
Midsize Enterprise26%
Large Enterprise36%
Small Business26%
Midsize Enterprise16%
Large Enterprise58%
Small Business90%
Large Enterprise10%
Find out what your peers are saying about Cisco Wireless vs. Mojo Networks and other solutions. Updated: September 2021.
536,244 professionals have used our research since 2012.

Cisco Wireless is ranked 2nd in Wireless LAN with 54 reviews while Mojo Networks is ranked 10th in Wireless LAN with 5 reviews. Cisco Wireless is rated 8.2, while Mojo Networks is rated 8.6. The top reviewer of Cisco Wireless writes "Robust with a good level of performance and very helpful technical support". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Mojo Networks writes "We have more visibility which has improved our ability to troubleshoot much quicker". Cisco Wireless is most compared with Aruba Wireless, Ruckus Wireless, Cisco Meraki Wireless LAN, Ubiquiti WLAN and AirMagnet Survey, whereas Mojo Networks is most compared with Cisco Meraki Wireless LAN, Mist Access Points, Aruba Wireless, ExtremeCloud IQ and Ruckus Wireless. See our Cisco Wireless vs. Mojo Networks report.

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