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Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What is your primary use case for Ubiquiti WLAN?

How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

Thank you!

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12 Answers
Managing Director at ProcessDrive India
Real User
Top 20
06 June 22

We primarily use the solution to provide the network and internet connection for all of our staff. We are an IT solutions company.

General Manager at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
Real User
05 April 22

The solution is primarily used for internet access.

System & Network Administrator at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Real User
Top 5
24 January 22

I generally use the solution as a wireless access point.

Network Communication Solutions Manager at IT Solutions N.V
Top 5
03 November 21

Ubiquiti is mostly used in small businesses where Wi-Fi is not critical.

Henrique Barjas - PeerSpot reviewer
Infrastructure Manager at a energy/utilities company with 201-500 employees
Real User
Top 10
13 September 21

It's a WLAN solution. I can provide access point management for the whole corporation. We are not physically installing a single site, we have a few branches across the nation, and I can manage them in a single point. I have a few SSIDs that broadcast to specific sites. I can manage the login, and I have it integrated to make it easier for my clients. They don't need to use passwords, it is based on a certificate that is on my domain.

Managing Member at Pender & Associates
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
06 July 21

Currently, I'm mainly using it for residential and small business purposes.

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Department Leader: Project Leadership Production Compact at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Top 5
01 June 21

We are using this solution as a network device.

DImo Dimov - PeerSpot reviewer
R&D Engineer IC Design at inLab Ltd
Top 5
20 April 21

We currently use it for small clients.

Owner at Platinum I.C.T.
Real User
Top 20
05 February 21

I primarily use the solution with all of my clients.

Owner at a consultancy with 1-10 employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
08 October 20

We are a solution provider and the Ubiquiti WLAN is one of the networking products that we implement for our customers. We have worked with different versions including the AC Pro HD, the HD, and the XD. I have set up and manage multiple sites. There are 45 access points deployed all over a billion square feet.

System & Network Administrator at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Real User
Top 5
03 June 20

Our company uses this solution extensively and recently we've deployed it for our clients too. I've also been using it personally so it's a flexible solution. There are probably 10 users in my company. I'm a systems and networks administrator and we're customers of Ubiquiti.

Nguyen Nhan Tuan - PeerSpot reviewer
Group Head at VNMC
Real User
16 April 20

This is part of our wireless network infrastructure. One of the things that we use our network for is video conferencing.

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Netanya Carmi - PeerSpot reviewer
Content Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Nov 02, 2021
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02 November 21
We researched Ubiquiti and Aruba when looking for a WLAN solution. Ubiquiti offers good WLAN access both indoors and outdoors. It provides an enterprise-level WIFI while remaining cost-effective. Ubiquiti is a good option for small or medium businesses. Ubiquiti WLAN is easy to set up and manage. There are different options for the monitoring software - you can use their cloud dashboard or their free controller from a computer. We especially liked the interface, as it is user-friendly. The controller enables us to deploy and reboot APs, manage wireless passwords, and provide visibility over connected devices and networks. The logs are not easy to interpret, though. The support for Apple devices is not great, either. One of the biggest issues is the lack of effective support. I suggest you turn to community forums if you have any problems. Aruba Instant Wi-Fi Access Points is a good option for companies looking for solutions covering corporate and BYOD networks. It is easy to deploy and very stable. Aruba provides a robust and resilient connection across locations without having interruptions. The system can manage a large number of connections. Another advantage is the ease of integration for Identity Management devices. We found Aruba to be highly reliable and redundant. Additionally, it was fairly easy to scale up. That being said, it takes time to get used to administration from the UI. As for the downsides, the APs don’t include chargers. In addition, the documentation and knowledge base is scarce, and the technical support is not the best. Conclusions Ubiquiti provides a good, cost-effective, and reliable WLAN option. However, if your WLAN needs are dynamic - for instance, if you have a sudden increase in demand - Aruba is a better choice because of its scalability.
PeerSpot user
Systems Engineer at FTD India
Feb 15, 2018
The software developers in the organization should connect to wireless access points for internet by their active directory credentials. Is that possible with Cisco WLAN?
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PeerSpot user
IT Network Specialist / Project Manager / IT Environment Architect
15 February 18
Yes, it is totaly possible!!!
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