What do you like most about Cisco Wireless?
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Cisco Wireless is easy to use.
Setting up Cisco Wireless is pretty straightforward. It takes about an hour or two, and we can handle it in-house. To deploy one project, it takes two to three for a single controller.
For me, the most valuable thing about Cisco Wireless is its ease of use and stability.
The most valuable features of Cisco Wireless are security and the ability to manage everything easily. Other solutions, such as Aruba are not as simple.
It always runs, and it's very reliable in terms of performance.
The product offers educational licenses that are priced very reasonably.
It integrates with Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA).
The solution is easy to use and its stable.
Good manageability, and stability.
Stable and scalable with good technical support.
Cisco's technical support is very good, I've never had an issue with their technical support.
The LAN network conductivity is good.
Its stability is most valuable.
The installation process is very easy.
It is a reliable and robust solution. Access and Mobility Groups are useful. We don't use anything very fancy.
Some of the valuable features of this solution are security, the controller is simple to configure, devices are easy to install, and we use the software to administrate all the APs.
It's a reliable solution.
The technical support is excellent.
The CleanAir features and the fast transition.
This solution is highly stable. We have only had one issue in seven years.
Overall, Cisco was stable and worked well for all our needs until we started having more and more students and teachers using YouTube and Zoom — what with classes being isolated and everything — which put a lot of strain on our Wi-Fi network.
The ability to make different types of networks, such as land networks, is the most valuable part of the solution.
The integration with Cisco ISE is good, and together we use them to provide services.
We are using Cisco access point 2802, and they are very reliable.
The customer always feels confident with the solution because of its reliability.
The initial setup is straightforward.
All of our Cisco products are covered under SMARTnet, so the support was good.
The solution offers very good stability.
The FlexConnect feature is the most valuable.
The initial setup is pretty straightforward.
The most valuable features are that it is easy to install and the range is good.
The mobility that it provides is really helpful.
I like many of the features that Cisco Wireless has to offer.
This product has a long life and you don't have any issues with it.
It is good, and it works.
The support offered by Cisco is excellent. They are very responsive and knowledgeable.
Good connectivity and easy to configure.
The solution offers very good application visibility and control integration for other analysis software.
I find this solution easy to configure and use.
The feature that I have found most valuable is its durability because we can rely on this solution. It is also easy to configure. Lastly, if something happens, we get good support from Cisco.
The most valuable features of this solution are the Cisco CleanAir and Cisco RRM.
Our organization has improved using this product because it helps enhance user experience. We use video communication a lot, like Skype. We used to get a lot of interference before and had a lot of issues during wireless voice or video calls. We get greater speed and performance with wireless now. It is nearly the same as a wired network.
Wireless access has enabled users to be mobile and as a result, more productive.
Security is an important feature for my customers, and I am able to offer this to them with our Cisco products.
This increased mobility has helped our organization. We can talk to one another from different locations and stay in constant contact and with employees across the enterprise. Everyone has access to up-to-the-minute communications and all documents and applications on our network.
Cisco Wireless is mostly stable with a low downrate and the signal rate is good. It is also easy to use.
You need to learn the technology but after that the setup is easy.
The initial setup was quite easy. We have a very good relationship with our integrator and our integrator has a good relationship with Cisco. The integrator that installs Cisco is quite knowledgeable about the technology. They are trained and have a good relationship with their tech. We cannot be experts in each domain and we have to be supported by an integrator.
The most valuable feature for us is management of the systems. We can easily access all features.
There are a lot of valuable features and functions. One example is CleanAir to detect and troubleshoot interference issues. Another is RX-SOP to optimize roaming.
The Guest feature is pretty good.
Cisco Wireless technology allows us to logically segregate networks, to segregate the traffic between multiple types of endpoint devices, connected to the network. For example, corporate laptops are connected to one network, corporate iPhones will go through a different network.
The main features are that it's secure and it's easy to distribute the SSID and control it. I also like the controller.
The most valuable feature is the coverage.
Authentication is the important feature for us. My IT staff no longer has to look after catering to clients who come from overseas.
For me, there are two important features: 1) WLAN grouping – Allows us to have different groups and, within those groups, specific WLANs, so there is no overlapping. 2) FlexConnect – Enables us to have remote offices at different locations. We can have a central WLC to control all the locations.
Identity PSK helps save SSIDs.
The most valuable feature of this solution is its security
Device profiling allows us to have different policies applied by ISE to wireless clients.
The ability to deploy wireless access points with templates.
It helps with the visibility on our network.
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