[Chugalug] Another Cisco Question
dwrudy at gmail.com
Mon Aug 19 22:01:41 UTC 2013
Your analysis makes perfect sense. The 1 thing I'm still a little confused
about, though, is seamless roaming from 1 AP to another, if the network has
2 or more APs. In that case, I wonder if the Ubiquiti would be the better
I'll try not to annoy you guys with too many (more) questions on this
topic. I think we've almost thoroughly discussed it, and you've been really
helpful - I'm appreciative of that. These look like really good products!
On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 11:47 AM, David White <dwrudy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ah, that makes a whole lot more sense. Thanks for the clarification.
> Running multiple EnGenius APs for complete coverage in a network shouldn't
> be too much of a problem, so this does look like a good way to go.
> On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 11:29 AM, Dave Brockman <dave at brockmans.com>wrote:
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>> > I have to say, as much as I don't like to say it, I'm leaning right
>> > now towards the Ubiquiti APs over anything else right now. If
>> > EnGenius indeed uses the exact same hardware, then I really don't
>> > understand why I should pay around $80 more for something that
>> > doesn't have a central controller (even though said controller is
>> > software based and runs on Java - excuse me while I throw up).
>> need to make sure you are comparing apples to apples.
>> That is the unit that compares with the EAP600. Dual-Band. Engenius
>> is cheaper per unit in most cases.
>> > As David Ingram pointed out, once its configured properly, you
>> > don't need the controller. It's nice to have around though, for
>> > monitoring purposes. I just hate the fact that it runs on Java and
>> > that you have to blow some holes in your Windows-based firewall to
>> > make it work properly (at least, that's what I had to do in order
>> > to get the controller software to be able to talk to the APs).
>> It also depends on your feature set whether and/or how long the APs
>> can run without the controller. Using a captive portal? Guess where
>> that resides.... Don't get me wrong, I like the UniFi stuff, but you
>> need to be aware of its limitations.
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