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Aruba Instant On AP Series Access Points

Aruba Instant On AP Series Access Points


What is Aruba Instant On AP Series Access Points?

Aruba Networks offers the Instant On AP series of wireless access points, with models designed for indoor and outdoor access points.

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What is Aruba Instant On AP Series Access Points?

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard company offers a family of wireless access points (AP) designed to give SMBs the performance and security features traditionally limited to large enterprises. With models designed for indoor, outdoor, hospitality and SOHO environments, there’s an option to meets any need. Instant On APs use an Auto Mesh technology that allows users to extend Wi-Fi coverage with the same signal strength into every corner of a business. Users can deploy and manage a Wi-Fi network via Instant On mobile app or cloud-based web portal.

Aruba Instant On Access Point Products:

Aruba Instant On AP11

Aruba Instant On AP12

Aruba Instant On AP11D

Aruba Instant On AP15

Aruba Instant On AP17

Aruba Instant On AP22

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Score 9 out of 10
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We are using Aruba Instant On AP Series Access Points to let our users in the head office connect their laptop devices and mobile phones through WiFi. Around 120 to 150 users--so, around 200 devices--connect to our network through Aruba Instant On AP Series Access Points. We are using this, as our workforce is not 100% working from their desks, and they are each given a laptop and mobile phone; hence WiFi is the best convenient method to connect when they are back in the office.
  • Controllerless solution
  • Users connect to different APs seamlessly (soft handoff) when moving from one region to another
  • Stable--we have never faced any downtime with any APs
  • Different SSID to segregate internal and guest networks
  • Aruba Instant On AP Series Access Points miss having OTP generation--this is must, for guest users at least
  • Pricing is high
Aruba Instant On AP Series Access Points are well suited for a small to mid-size setup (i.e., from 20 users to 500 devices that need to connect to WiFi). Aruba provides access points for both indoors and outdoors (e.g., commercial spaces and offices, and manufacturing units as well). Aruba Instant On AP Series Access Points can also support controller-based architecture, and I would recommend going for that when the AP devices are more than 30.
  • Soft handoff for seamless connectivity
  • We expanded easily as our needs increased
  • Segregate different networks for users and guests
  • Our users' productivity has increased, as they can now connect wirelessly
  • We are now centrally controlling users' traffic from firewall and blocking or limiting use of unwanted web apps
  • Has helped us in improving monitoring of user traffic
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