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Mist Access Points Room for Improvement

Head of Infrastructure Solutions at Thakral One (Pvt) Ltd

There seems to be different versions of standards used in the wireless access points. In the future, it would be helpful if the solution could come up with some kind of universal standard for all devices and all access points.

The wireless radio power needs adjustment. Different countries have different power ratings in decibel levels. While one country may have certain levels, another country will have different ones. All countries should have one standard of controlling power levels and frequencies. That way, it will be easier for us to plan with different brands. 

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SS
Manager of Infrastructure and Security Services at a government with 501-1,000 employees

The main problem is that the power consumption for the access point is always screaming that it needs more power. It's supposed to be POE and I set it up as the recommend POE supply, and it's still screaming that it needs more power. In comparison, I have no such problem with my Aruba system.

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CA
Information Technology Consultant at a marketing services firm with 1-10 employees

The configuration could be improved. 

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VB
IT Manager at a hospitality company with 201-500 employees

The user experience should be improved. It's not user-friendly. 

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NW
Network Administrator at a educational organization with 501-1,000 employees

I found the inter-functionality with other vendors a negative, and we weren't particularly happy with their sales model when it came to roll-out and implementation. 

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