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Over 4 years ago
Can you please elaborate as to why. I am not disputing you just curious what your take is. Thanks!
Almost 5 years ago
As far as the logs are concerned I agree as previously stated however there is a packet capture feature that is extremely detailed. Unfortunately there is no middle ground.
Almost 5 years ago
Never heard back on the POS devices. I would love to know more specifics. I also agree that logs are very lean and can be a source of frustration.
Almost 5 years ago
Motorola has sold off portions of its wireless portfolio. Please see Zebra and Cadmium Networks.
Almost 5 years ago
We may have borrowed ideas from other sources, but I do not think so. More based on years of experience with ACLs, firewall rule sets and working on the ISE flow and best practices. Also creating a flow chart of ISE flow is great. If you can create it prior to…
Almost 5 years ago
Sure! Two things we find helpful are to never use any default rues as a PERMIT. #1 All default rules are to Deny as DEFAULT is generic and will exist in every Profile set multiple times and therefore be very confusing in logs. #2 Use descriptive names but do not make them…
Almost 5 years ago
So get to know the fields in the AAA logs and pay close attention to the modifiers available for searches. Also a good design, which includes logical, consistent naming conventions will make things jump out and will make searching that much easier. I hope this helps!
Almost 5 years ago
I agree that troubleshooting is quite complex, however this is as much as product of RAIDUS/Dot1x as it is with ISE specifically I will say that the troubleshooting view and the fact that you need to move to report for any older AAA information can be clumsy and…
Almost 5 years ago
I just took the latest refresher course on product and architecture and Aruba is even better now. Exciting stuff happening!
About 5 years ago
Muchas Graicas Diego. You puedo practicar!
About 5 years ago
great review, never used Meraki with POS devices. \\\\\\\good to know. Were those devices Zebra's?
Over 5 years ago
Which other vendor's product is most similar to aerohive?
Over 5 years ago
Over 5 years ago
I would like to add that the Profile Sets really help organize and strucutre a AAA deployment. Thanks Cisco!
Over 5 years ago
Prashant I agree that the TAC is as good as any vendor out there. Customers should always leverage that resource!
Over 5 years ago
Also approaching any AAA-802.1x rollout hollistically and logically will help scalability and troubleshooting. Measure twice (or 3 times) cut once!
Over 5 years ago
Aruba is the only vendor besides Cisco with the level of granularity to fine-tune RF with such granularity.
Over 5 years ago
Hello world...Wireless and Security nerd here.
Over 5 years ago
I have found technical support to be excellent, but do not be afraid to escalate if you feel you are as proficient or more so than the intial tech.
Over 5 years ago
Adaptive radio management is key!
Over 5 years ago
Great assessment!
Over 5 years ago
I believe there are differnet deployment models if you do not want to centralize the deployment. You can split traffic or go controlerless.
Over 5 years ago
Aruba is a very solid product with options that allow it to keep up with all the competitors.

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16-year veteran of IT consulting with a strong Network and Security background. The last 10 years I have focused chiefly on Wireless Technology and Mobility Solutions.

Specialties: WLANs, Security, Voice over WiFi, BYOD, RTLS, 802.11
Verticals: Healthcare, Financial, Government, Retail, Education, Transportation and Logistics
Products: Aruba, Cisco, Motorola, AeroScout, Vocera, ClearPass, AirWave, AirDefense, AirMagnet. BlueCoat, FireEye, and Meraki