Cost & complexity
xtb ikili opsiyon A common complaint about Wi-Fi we’ve heard, specifically around the corporate wireless LAN, is that it is disproportionately expensive, and difficult to manage, compared to its wired equivalent. IT teams often have to install and maintain expensive AP controller units on-site, not to mention a separate security & access control system. In many cases, a staff member will need to spend time each day managing the ‘allowed’ list, perhaps even manually monitoring for intruders!
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The Cisco Meraki method
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- source site Configure authentication & encryption – with a few clicks, add Cisco Meraki WPA2-Enterprise authentication to your Wi-Fi. This stops any device not in enrolled in your Systems Manager from joining your wireless LAN, and protects legitimate data from Wi-Fi ‘snooping’.
go here Don’t worry if you have visitors with their own handhelds and notebooks though – the Meraki system also allows for ‘Guests’, providing Internet access through the access point mesh without ever touching the corporate network. Again, this is configured entirely on the Meraki admin portal, meaning no additional network engineering on the LAN. You can even delegate control over guest user accounts to reception staff, further reducing the administrative burden!
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