"A lot of the issues in Forescout are mitigated in Aruba ClearPass, it supports all the expected protocols."
"Aruba is a highly scalable product. It just works. We have no issues with scalability."
"Aruba ClearPass's most valuable features are simple accessing, operating, and management. Additionally, the dashboard and performance work well."
"What I like most about Aruba ClearPass is its access tracker that serves as its monitoring feature. The access tracker is really helpful when you want to troubleshoot authentication failures."
"Aruba ClearPass is a simple solution for customers to see what is happening on their network."
"The aspect of Aruba ClearPass that I like most is that it has a lot of options, it is very versatile."
"The most valuable features of Aruba ClearPass are the GUI and its ease-to-do configuration. Additionally, we can troubleshoot many things in one window."
"We are mainly using Aruba ClearPass for our clients for securing access to their on-premise assets. As per customer expectations, we are trying our best to track the complete user activity in the network. This is the main and the core feature we require."
"The solution is easy to use."
"The company also uses Cisco ISE in other places. I have been told that ExtremeControl is easier to use than ISE. The other reason we prefer ExtremeControl is stability. That's why they chose it for this big hospital in Oslo."
"Like most security products, ClearPass is difficult to deploy. You need to use the CLI to implement security products from any vendor, so configuring the authentication is complicated."
"TLS authentication onboarding in Aruba ClearPass needs to be improved. The biggest problem we've seen in our environment is Huawei not being able to get onto Google Play. No Huawei device can be onboarded via Aruba ClearPass easily."
"In the next version, I would like to see some enhancement or extension on the tracking side. For example, when any user enters the network, it should be more visible in the graphical form."
"The implementation can improve because it is challenging to explain some of the concepts to the client."
"Lacks the ability to handle more than one certificate for both the management process and the Captive Portal."
"Aruba ClearPass has fewer deployment scenarios and flexibility than Forescout."
"ClearPass' interface could be more user-friendly."
"The initial setup was quite complex, it is not that easy."
"The installation is easy, it can take between five minutes to four hours depending on the complexity of the environment. The speed of the installation could improve for more complex environments."
ClearPass Policy Manager provides secure network access in a world made up of mobile and IoT devices. It features ultra-scalable AAA with RADIUS and uses contextual data based on every user and device to enforce adaptive policies for wireless, wired or VPN access.
Aruba ClearPass is ranked 2nd in Network Access Control (NAC) with 19 reviews while ExtremeControl is ranked 11th in Network Access Control (NAC) with 2 reviews. Aruba ClearPass is rated 8.4, while ExtremeControl is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Aruba ClearPass writes "Has an access tracker that's helpful when you want to troubleshoot authentication failures". On the other hand, the top reviewer of ExtremeControl writes "It costs less than comparable solutions, and it's highly stable". Aruba ClearPass is most compared with Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine), Fortinet FortiNAC, Forescout Platform, Microsoft Intune and F5 BIG-IP Access Policy Manager (APM), whereas ExtremeControl is most compared with Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine), Sophos Network Access Control, Fortinet FortiNAC and Forescout Platform. See our Aruba ClearPass vs. ExtremeControl report.
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