Overall Satisfaction with Cisco 3504 WLAN Controller
We are currently using the Cisco 3504 WLAN controller as our controller for guest wireless. We have the controller in our DMZ and use it as a foreign controller which connects to an anchor controller. We then use Cisco ISE to do the guest wireless authentication. This works really well for us and we have been very pleased.
- The Cisco 3504 WLAN has a very easy to use GUI interface that makes it easy to configure.
- We feel secure running this controller since Cisco is good about putting security patches out regularly
- Integrating with Cisco light weight access points seems seamless and has been extremely easy
- It would be nice if creating access lists were a little easier on the 3504.
- The ability to act as a foreign controller.
- The security features that are available.
- A positive ROI would be that the controller functions as it should non stop with no downtime.
- A positive ROI would be security patches are constantly being developed helped to keep the device less vulnerable to malicious activity.
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Since we have nothing but Cisco lightweight access points in our environment, this controller is the best suited for us. The interaction between the controller and APs works really well. We are able to have our controller located in our datacenter and we have APs throughout the state that are able to connect back to the controller. We are able to manage everything from a central location which makes life easier for all of us. Users are able to go to any of our locations and automatically connect to the wifi and get to everything they need to.