ExtremeControl Overview

ExtremeControl is the #7 ranked solution in our list of top Network Access Control tools. It is most often compared to Aruba ClearPass: ExtremeControl vs Aruba ClearPass

What is ExtremeControl?
ExtremeControl lets you manage secure and automated access for both, BYOD and IoT devices from one convenient dashboard. It makes it easy to roll out granular policies across your wired and wireless networks to meet industry and company compliance obligations. Identity based network access control keeps unauthorized people and devices from accessing your network.

ExtremeControl is also known as Extreme Access Control, Enterasys NAC.

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ExtremeControl Customers
Street Crane, Robert Bosch, Molex Chengdu, Weir Valves & Controls UK, Renault, AESSEAL, Ducati, Alexander Dennis, UK Ministry of Defence, Manz
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MohamedSalah1
Presales Engineer at soulco
Real User
Top 5
Nov 4, 2019
Enables us to know which end users are using which features and the kind of traffic coming through

What is our primary use case?

I'm a pre-sales engineer, working at Egypt's largest university. I have experience with firewalls such as FortiManager from Fortinet, Sophos XG and NG, Cisco ASA and Palo Alto Firewall. In addition, I'm involved with network security, monitoring software and as a port analyzer and port manager, and I also have experience with Extreme Networks Management software and Network Access Control solutions. We've implemented ExtremeControl at our university. It enables us to control all access points, firewalls, and switches. Using Extreme Network Access Control provides availability on VNN to import… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "I can know which end users are using which features."
  • "I'd like to have access to more information on the traffic passing through."

What other advice do I have?

We have 1,000 end users who are using Extreme. We have a license for up to 100 devices. There are licenses for higher numbers but that's what we have. The product is in regular use and it's not expensive. It has good compatibility features, it's cheaper than Cisco Manager but comparable in price to other software solutions. I can use it with other vendors whereas Cisco doesn't allow that. I would rate this product an eight out of 10. No software can get a ten out of ten, there's always room for improvement.
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