NETGEAR Insight Access Points Primary Use Case

Information Technology Consultant at mytechcoach

My IT business is managed services for companies who are under 50 employees. It is deployed for offices, office buildings, and office suites, but probably no more than a small office building. Typically, an office suite could be as little as one or two access points or as big as 10 access points.

This solution helps an MSP, like me, manage my time better because I have more visibility and the ability to control things from a distance.

I use the WAX610 access points. It varies with the router, sometimes it is a BR100 router and a lot of times it is an SXK80.

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Auditor in Charge - Project Manager at a educational organization with 10,001+ employees

We primarily use NETGEAR for home and office to allow internal network sharing among devices and people. It really is the backbone of the entire network. There is no need for servers or for other equipment beyond what we know is registered in the inside portal. As such, we just get a feed from our ISP and it goes directly into the access points. That's it.

The population for our use case is pretty small. While there are three or four employees who utilize the Insight access points concurrently, there are many more who make use of it throughout the day.

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DK
Managing Partner at a consumer goods company with 1-10 employees

I use it for troubleshooting. If I see anything go down or anything come up, I log in and check. I reboot to get awareness of what's going on, and I do configuring too. I've been having a lot of issues with the routers. I don't use the VPN solution because it's not secured. Since I'm far away, at home, I don't have a VPN built-in, so I use Insight for everything I do remotely.

I use the solution's mobile app on my phone and the web portal on my desktop.

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Electrician at IHG Consulting LLC

It is a multi-building campus. This way, when we are in-between buildings, we have them meshed together. Then, we can stay on the same WiFi throughout all three buildings. It is in a church, which I have one in my house. Then, we have a church that I go to, where we have three in one building, two in another building, and five in the third building.

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Owner at Grissom Technology

Our use case is to provide WiFi access for my customers with remote management of their WiFi devices.

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BP
Owner at a hospitality company with 11-50 employees

We use it for guest WiFi.

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Personal User

I have a large home LAN with multiple WiFi access points. I have four connected and I have a bunch of routers.

I only use the solution's app on the iPhone, version 6.2.20.

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CC
Principal at a consumer goods company with 11-50 employees

I use it for a residential small business. I have a BR500 VPN Router and four WAC540 Access Points. I also have three GC108PP PoE Insight Switches and a fourth that is their bigger brother.

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