Aruba ClearPass

Aruba ClearPass

Score 8.9 out of 10
Aruba ClearPass

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What is Aruba ClearPass?

Aruba ClearPass is network access control (NAC) technology from HPE company Aruba Networks. Aruba acquired Avenda and its eTips NAC in 2011.
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Aruba Clearpass

10 out of 10
September 08, 2020
This is the network access control system used for the organization. This system allows several different types of devices to easily …
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What is Aruba ClearPass?

Aruba ClearPass is network access control (NAC) technology from HPE company Aruba Networks. Aruba acquired Avenda and its eTips NAC in 2011.

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What is Aruba ClearPass?

Aruba ClearPass is network access control (NAC) technology from HPE company Aruba Networks. Aruba acquired Avenda and its eTips NAC in 2011.

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Aruba ClearPass is network access control (NAC) technology from HPE company Aruba Networks. Aruba acquired Avenda and its eTips NAC in 2011.

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The most common users of Aruba ClearPass are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees).
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Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
ClearPass is used as a NAC and access server for wireless connectivity, and we are planning to use it for wired NAC in the future. It is used for wireless employee authentication with EAP-TLS, as well as wireless guest access with self-registration. It addresses wireless authentication problem in a reliable and scalable manner.
Mehmet Fatih Onal | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
It is used in our wired and wireless networks with nac, radius and tacacs features. Within the scope of information security, it is used as RADIUS-NAC with features such as dynamically assigning the devices that come with certificates to the relevant vlan group in wired networks, and restricting their authority with dacl. In addition, tacacs feature is used for user authentication in connection to various network and security products. In the wireless network, it is used to ensure the security of guest and BYOD networks.
September 08, 2020

Aruba Clearpass

Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
This is the network access control system used for the organization. This system allows several different types of devices to easily connect to the network and get the proper access required for that individual or appliance. This solves a security issue that many organizations may face, properly restricting users or devices to only the resources they need.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Clearpass is being used as our primary authentication platform for our university of around 4000 students and 1000 staff. It provides TACACS for management and radius services for 802.1X authentication for wireless and wired infrastructure. Additionally, we use the product for registering and managing guest wireless users and whitelisting IoT devices via a self-service portal that has Azure AD integration. These self-service options help reduce management overhead for IT staff and make the experience much more convenient for students.
Don Ringelestein | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Aruba ClearPass is being used across the organization; we use it for authenticating wireless devices and assigning users to appropriate VLANs by membership in AD security groups. It is used by more than 14000 users daily, with a mix of devices from iPads to Chromebooks to Windows PCs and laptops, with some personal cell phones (more than 3000 daily) mixed in.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
ClearPass is being used company-wide. Every person's device is authenticated through ClearPass and depending on what department they are they are put into a VLAN that gives them access to the systems they need. I love that ClearPass can grant or deny access to certain systems based on the user because it saves time not having to build that manually. We also use ClearPass to create guest accounts for visitors that come to our campus. These guest accounts grant access to the internet but not to our internal systems. ClearPass solves the problem of having multiple departments with different needs and being able to grant them access to what they need while keeping the network secure. ClearPass allows us to use 802.1x so we can put a base config on our network devices and not have to configure each port specific to each person or device.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We currently use Aruba ClearPass across the entire company. We have it tied to our Active Directory for 802.1x authentication on both the wired and wireless networks. When employees connect to the network, they are prompted for their credentials and are put in the proper VLAN according to the groups they belong to in Active Directory.
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