Cisco Aironet and Catalyst 9100 Access Points Reviews

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Score 9.4 out of 100

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June 09, 2021
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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It is a very good access point with clean air. The coverage and also the stable connection gives enterprise experience to the users and [does] not give problems to users. For the speed, it is always perform[ing] well but it cannot compete with traditional LAN. Of course, the purpose of wireless is for convenience. [In] summary, the Cisco Aironet is good in pricing and performance.
  • Clean air
  • AC wave 2 and AX
  • Controller-less Mobility Express
  • The boot up time is too long
  • Setup method is too complicated
  • Should put in some AI or analysis assistant
Warehouse, hospital, office, home, and other places that you need a stable connection with wireless.
So far I have tested most of the AP's in the market. Each AP has their own features and strength points, but Cisco AP gives the most balance between performance, pricing, and stabilization on each factor.
For the first setup, by referring the guideline, it still takes some time. The setup way is not so straightforward. It took me around a few hours to set up my first unit. The following units were fast. It was consider[ed] plug and play once my first unit was ready. It will auto find my controller and add in itself.
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April 21, 2021
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We are using Cisco Catalyst 9100 Access Points for technical and professional development by professional services engineers. The Cisco Catalyst 9100 Access Points are also used to mock up client scenarios and environments to prepare for deployment or test changes to a production environment.
  • 11ax
  • Operate on 802.3at
  • Support tri-radio functionality
  • Certain models are large
These access points are well suited for enterprise environments that require Wi-Fi 6 capability.
The ability to host applications on the AP make this platform very scalable.
Less than five minutes and the AP was up and running on the WLC.
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Cisco Aironet and Catalyst 9100 Access Points Scorecard Summary

What is Cisco Aironet and Catalyst 9100 Access Points?

The Cisco Catalyst 9100 Access Points includes the 9115 and 9117, and designed to meet high demand network access.
Categories:  Wireless LAN

Cisco Aironet and Catalyst 9100 Access Points Technical Details

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What is Cisco Aironet and Catalyst 9100 Access Points?

The Cisco Catalyst 9100 Access Points includes the 9115 and 9117, and designed to meet high demand network access.

Who uses Cisco Aironet and Catalyst 9100 Access Points?

The most common users of Cisco Aironet and Catalyst 9100 Access Points are from Enterprises and the Business Supplies & Equipment industry.