TP-Link Auranet EAP Competitors and Alternatives

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Andres Echeverry
Director General at INNOVAR IT SAS
Reseller
Top 5
Eases wireless integration with existing networks and supports many devices

What is our primary use case?

We have two customers where we implemented on-premises solutions with Ruckus Wireless, making use of Ruckus Unleashed and access point models R510, R610, and R320. Our one customer is a small-medium business and they have 50 to 100 employees, and the most recent solution that we implemented was for a government client where we installed 17 access points.

Pros and Cons

  • "For me, the most valuable features are good integration with the customer's existing network and the ease of deployment and configuration. Ruckus products are also easy to learn to manage and deploy for not only our own staff, but also for the IT workers in the customer's organization."
  • "Ruckus products, overall, have a wide range of useful features, however not all customers have the budget to buy a corporate Wi-Fi solution. Most of the time, it's far too expensive for our clients to consider going with Ruckus, and they might like to see cheaper solutions in the Ruckus range."

What other advice do I have?

Ruckus incorporates the latest technology in their products and they are indeed very fast performance-wise. I would rate Ruckus Wireless a nine out of ten.
MM
Head of Operations & Support at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Real User
Top 10
Very stable, with good integration, but quite expensive

Pros and Cons

  • "The solution is quite stable and very robust."
  • "There needs to be better visibility on the day-to-day monitoring."

What other advice do I have?

We're an Aruba partner. We provide this solution to our customers. We tend to work with and offer the latest version on the market. The version we have now in our offices is more than five years old at this point. It was the latest version when we installed it. Would advise anyone considering using Aruba first do a proof of concept. Different environments will have different needs. It's really up to the team and the performance walls that you're looking to test. If your company is pretty simple and small, it may not be necessary to have Aruba. It would be like buying a Ferrari when all you…
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