5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 17, 2016
Extreme Networks is a very easy partner to work with. We do have Extreme resellers, but Extreme found that having their engineers working directly with us would greatly benefit us as customers. We adapted NAC as part of a much larger portfolio of products and services and it has proven to be a great acquisition. The deployment was planned 6 months out and took 1 month to implement. We found a caveat that we didnt expect and that was that jumbo frames were not supported in the release we bought. Extreme worked with us to find a solution in the interim while the code upgrade addresses the shortcoming we found.
Have a thorough design session with the vendor/partner to make sure it integrates with your environment in order to minimize problems during deployment.
Everything. It is responsive, it is fast, has great flexibility and works great in our environment. It is much more reasonably priced compared to others (such as Cisco) and the licensing cost is also more accesible.
Nothing so far, we're only starting to use it to its full capability.
Nothing. They were onsite, they were extremely responsive and adapted quickly to issues when they arose. We had full TAC support along side the engineer and corrections were done extremely quickly.
Have Extreme vet our design to make sure that all aspects of the integration are accounted for.
5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jun 13, 2016
Once you dive into the product it is an easy transition.
solid product with robust features.
In our case the easy and favorable item is that the mother organization is using it so we can share the policy and rule sets within.
not applicable; our existing product was EOL so no comparisons to make.
It has been slow but that is a local problem and not the product.