Cisco Aironet 3800 Series Access Points
Cisco Aironet 3800 Series Access Points
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I use the 3800 series throughout my organization - with 150 APs deployed in 70 locations nationwide.
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The Cisco Aironet 3800 Series Access Points supports high traffic and is designed to provide top of the line network efficiency.
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- provide a large choice of antennas for all the needs (3802E version)
- provide a good flexibility with the XOR antennas and the DART port
- provide a very good and reliable connection
- The APs require more and more power. POE (15W) was enough for the previous models and now this model need POE+ (30W). It should be reduced
- We use mesh technology in the plants with 3700 Series and it works perfectly. Unfortunately this mode is not available anymore on the 3800.
- Too expensive and less and less trust on Cisco when they propose a new update that looks to create sometimes more bugs that it fix
- Ease of configuration when used as a LAP.
- Excellent wireless range for clients.
- Provided mounting hardware makes installation easy.
- The 3802 is rather large compared to previous models.
- Mesh is not supported in this model.
- High speed gigabit. Supports 802.11 ac wave 2.
- Control and visibility of wireless network traffic.
- High density support for connected users.
- Very robust but expensive.
- No reports of problems, errors or defects.
- 11 AC
- Ports channel suport
- Office cubicles
- Office rooms
- Conference rooms
- It's very flexible | Flexibilidad
- It can be used anywhere | En cualquier ubicación
- Very easy to manage | Gestion
- Can be used on any device | Cualquier dispositivo
- Seamless Integration with existing Cisco Products.
- Good coverage.
- Consistent support.
- Installation can be finicky.
- Proprietary terminology can be confusing to newcomers.
- Provides superior wireless coverage.
- Provides superior wireless connection speeds.
- Provides useful client connection statistics.
- Wireless troubleshooting.
- Wireless packet capture tool.
- Great simplicity of configuration and setup (which has been improving over the years).
- Mesh environments.
- Orphan app support.
- Spectrum management.
- Spread spectrum support.
- Rogue app detection.
- Clean air
- Dart antennas
- Weight. Although I understand antenna eElements need space and that adds to weight.
- Size. This goes in line with weight, but compared to the Meraki APs, there has to be some room for improvement.
- large coverage
- small footprint
- pretty heavy
- mounting is less than desirable
- price point
- Cisco APs are managed very easily from a Cisco WLC controller.
- Cisco APs provide lots of enterprise-grade options such as rogue detection and automatic power configuration.
- Cisco APs have many different mounting options, which makes them very versatile in a healthcare environment.
- Cisco APs cost can be high compared to other similar solutions.
- Cisco APs can require very specific configuration settings to work well with certain medical devices.
- Cisco APs are a beast to manage autonomously and really only shine when a WLC is in play.
- The 3800 AP has performed really well in high-density environments
- The newer generation Cisco access points are helping reduce CCI through the utilisation of the XOR radio
- Unfortunately, over the last couple of years, the software supporting the access points has been lacking and we have had a number of bugs
- Wireless connectivity
- Location based identity
- Easy to deploy
- Outdoor capabilities. We have actually blown up a few outdoor units. Water got inside the outdoor units and had visible rust
- Costs compared to other AP’s in the market. Ruckus and EnGenius work out a bit cheaper
- Mounting options are limited
- Very good RF automation and innovations on how it can improve the end user experience
- The latest telemetry and intelligent capture features really provide the tools to ensure daily quality
- Intuitive and easy to understand controls and configurations
- Documentation of the features they provide. How those work and what the thresholds for different needs are.
- Use cases of when to utilise a feature and when not to use it.
- WiFi coverage
- Rouge AP detection
- securing WiFi perimeter
- Heat dispersion
- Water resistance
- It delivers performance for secure and reliable wireless connections. The best part is reliability with speed.
- It provided the best performance for mobile devices and laptops due to the availability it provides - 3 times more than normal ones.
- The scalability is huge can go up to, or more, than an 18k access point which can almost cover any big organization.
- The highest 802.11n performance with Cisco CleanAir technology - for a self-healing, self-optimizing wireless network.
- Cost is a bit high. However, it's an extremely good product.
- I faced a few RF issues. The engineering team can do better on this.
- RF hidden node issue.
- Scope of the signal consistent with the specifications.
- Good management of multiple accesses in convention environments.
- Very good performance for videoconferencing traffic
- Its analysis interface can be more friendly and intuitive.
- Certain configurations could be simplified
- Monitor rogue SSIDs
- Manage high density areas for connectivity
- Securing traffic back to the WLC.
- Better hot spot management
- Performance has been solid.
- Reliability. I don't think we've replaced a single AP since deployment.
- Support has been helpful when needed.
- Initial setup was a chore. Adding APs to the system now is straightforward, but getting them up initially required a lot of time.
- Reporting is lacking from the controller. It requires Prime Infrastructure which is another difficult setup.
- Pricing. They are premium priced.
- Ease of use
- 4 and 5 ghz
- None at this time.
- Provide connectivity for a wide range of endpoints
- Provide best in class security
- Perhaps footprint
- Heat mitigation
- Hand-shaking between the APs is good
- Connection is faster
- Prime works really good with Aironet APs to identify issues and user/device management
- Login simplicity
- Holding the login for smartphones
- Seamless roaming.
- High speed
- Good coverage
- Physical looks/design
- Uplink connection options