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Fortinet FortiWLM Questions

Suresh Sharma
Sr. Technical Executive at a educational organization with 1,001-5,000 employees
I am working as a Senior Technical Executive at a coaching institute for IIT- JEE, Pre-Medical, Commerce, Law, and Pre-Foundation. We are evaluating Fortinet, Ruckus, Cisco, and Huawei.  Which one of these is the best wireless controller for maximum client connectivity and has high throughput? (more)

I am working as a Senior Technical Executive at a coaching institute for IIT- JEE, Pre-Medical, Commerce, Law, and Pre-Foundation.

We are evaluating Fortinet, Ruckus, Cisco, and Huawei

Which one of these is the best wireless controller for maximum client connectivity and has high throughput?

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Imad AwwadHi, Every one of the mentioned solutions is good but you need to check the… more »
Jim RousseauRuckus virtual smart zone will be your best bet allowing up to 300k connected… more »
Shrijendra ShakyaCisco has maximum client connectivity and high throughput.
Miriam Tover
Content Specialist
IT Central Station
Jul 27 2021

Hi,

We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information.

Please share what you can so you can help your peers.

Miriam Tover
Content Specialist
IT Central Station
Jul 27 2021

Hi Everyone,

What do you like most about Fortinet FortiWLM?

Thanks for sharing your thoughts with the community!

Miriam Tover
Content Specialist
IT Central Station
Jul 27 2021

Please share with the community what you think needs improvement with Fortinet FortiWLM.

What are its weaknesses? What would you like to see changed in a future version?

Julia Frohwein
Content and Social Media Manager
IT Central Station
Jul 27 2021

How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

Thank you!

Miriam Tover
Content Specialist
IT Central Station
Jul 27 2021

If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering Fortinet FortiWLM, what would you say?

How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?

Wireless LAN Questions
Senyu Huang
User at Sample
May 23 2021
I'm in a search of a Gateway solution for my organization. We have 200 employees and my budget is $400-800.  I've been checking Citrix Gateway, Aruba Wireless, Ubiquiti, and others.  What gateway do you recommend choosing for my company (based on the mentioned budget) and why?  Update: I need… (more)

I'm in a search of a Gateway solution for my organization. We have 200 employees and my budget is $400-800. 

I've been checking Citrix Gateway, Aruba Wireless, Ubiquiti, and others. 

What gateway do you recommend choosing for my company (based on the mentioned budget) and why? 

Update: I need just a gateway/router (no VPN). And, possibly, I need a basic firewall, I'm not sure.

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Ivelyn Wan https://www.fs.com/products/11... SG-3110, All in One Multi-WAN Security… more »
Thomas Van NiekerkIt all really depends on your objectives and what you want to achieve. Is… more »
Eric Biller
Network Systems Administrator at SCBDD
Aug 10 2021
Hello,  We are redoing Wi-Fi and the related Ethernet switches to support it. We're moving from Cisco environment and considering Aruba 515, w/CX6400 Cisco Meraki or possibly an on-prem Wi-Fi controller, Arista Mojo, or Extreme Networks ExtremeCloud IQ. Any suggestions?  (more)

Hello, 

We are redoing Wi-Fi and the related Ethernet switches to support it. We're moving from Cisco environment and considering Aruba 515, w/CX6400 Cisco Meraki or possibly an on-prem Wi-Fi controller, Arista Mojo, or Extreme Networks ExtremeCloud IQ.

Any suggestions? 

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Michael FultonDepends.  I have personally used both Cisco and Aruba so I am familiar with… more »
Aws Al-DabbaghI suggest Aruba. We've considered the same upgrade (APs + Switches) and I've… more »
Ralph MaloneI have Extreme and chose them years ago when they were Aerohive for one reason… more »
Doyle Franklin
Business Consultant at Operations RX
We are a small MFG facility looking to add WAP Specifically for 4 PC's,  8 hand held zebra mobile computers and 2 data collection kiosk. Building is approximately 50K sq. ft. with 27 ft. ceiling with no racking or other tall obstructions. The amount of employees accessing the wifi ranges from as few… (more)

We are a small MFG facility looking to add WAP Specifically for 4 PC's,  8 hand held zebra mobile computers and 2 data collection kiosk. Building is approximately 50K sq. ft. with 27 ft. ceiling with no racking or other tall obstructions. The amount of employees accessing the wifi ranges from as few as 1 and up to 20. Looking for stability and ability to fix issues remotely as this facility doesn't have an IT person on site. 

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Ariel Lindenfeld
Sr. Director of Community
IT Central Station
Oct 10 2021

Let the community know what you think. Share your opinions now!

it_user163557Several things come to mind but a few things stand out. 1. The term "future… more »
Tony C Leung 梁仲江Reliability, ease of diagnostics...enabling a no-hassle always on wireless… more »
it_user163557I've found that Juniper networks equipment is more scalable and less… more »