Xirrus Cloud Management

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“Wireless Management at your Fingertips”

If any of you fine Geeks are looking for an Awesome Wireless Access Point Company to go with… Look no Further, because Xirrus has got you covered…

I have been working with the Latest Xirrus Access Points for the last two years, but jumping to the Cloud Management Console about 6 months ago, has made a huge difference in how we can manage our wireless access points…

There’s no need to be at your desk anymore as you can login to the cloud management console from any pc or tablet device with internet connection….

Manage different Buildings with Profiles specific to that area… When you get a new Array just throw it up on the ceiling and sync the settings and BOOM its all configured and ready to go… It’s that easy with the new Management Console…

Another really great feature that the management console brings is that you can track your wireless session’s at different locations, so you can track your traffic to see if you need to increase your wireless for better protection or decrease your wireless to save money so that you can keep efficient in your work environment…

These Access Points have great coverage and are the REAL DEAL…

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4 Comments

  1. Jake Maguire August 5, 2014 at 10:04 am

    Geek Heaven:
    Block traffic at the application level? YES! When the next IOS is released, you can block this traffic from crippling your WLAN with ease.

    Expensive:
    There are absolutely amazing devices; provided your organization can cover the cost.

    True Enterprise Class Equipment:
    Avaya was contracted to provide wireless through out all venues at the Sochi Olympics and went with Xirrus.

  2. Jake Maguire August 5, 2014 at 10:07 am

    P.S. Multiple radios per AP! And gigabit back planes RULE

  3. Martin Lehner August 5, 2014 at 10:19 pm

    They’re not TOO expensive, depending on the RF power that they produce. They have a 30 day free trial too, which I’ve just signed up for to try. We’ll see how it works.

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