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    Aruba Clearpass vs ???

    Hi All,

    I'm looking for an alternative to Aruba ClearPass in terms of AAA, BYOD and Guest solution. Not worried about the wireless. DO you chaps have any recommendations?

    Cheers
    J

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrwhitehead View Post
    Hi All,

    I'm looking for an alternative to Aruba ClearPass in terms of AAA, BYOD and Guest solution. Not worried about the wireless. DO you chaps have any recommendations?

    Cheers
    J
    Check out iBoss -nice solution. iboss Network Security ? Web Security, Mobile Security, and Advanced Threat and Data Protection for today?s borderless network

    Give me a shout if you are interested.....

    Chris

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    Thanks for the reply Chris.

    Are there any options from the wireless vendors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrwhitehead View Post
    Thanks for the reply Chris.

    Are there any options from the wireless vendors?
    Meraki do an MDM but that is it. You can use it across vendors though or you used to be able to anyway not sure now - I am sure someone on here will be using it and will know.

    Hope it helps.

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    Mobile Identity and Access Manager (Mobile IAM) from Extreme Networks - used to be the Enterasys product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPLTD View Post
    Sorry but that's about the worst-designed website I've ever seen in terms of clearly sharing product info. I can't find the answer to this on the site so I'm asking: How is it a substitute for clearpass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrwhitehead View Post
    Hi All,

    I'm looking for an alternative to Aruba ClearPass in terms of AAA, BYOD and Guest solution. Not worried about the wireless. DO you chaps have any recommendations?

    Cheers
    J
    It was more the BYOD part as @jrwhitehead asked for an alternative - it wasn't supposed to be a full substitute. Sorry you do not like the website @Roberto

    Hope it helps.

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    Meru have a product called IDM, Cloudpath is another option and iBoss is also worth considering

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    I would first ask why do you need Aruba clearpass in the first place?

    Since the latest Aruba firmware was installed on our controller its incredibly easy to ban MAC addresses of any unauthorized devices.

    We just record the MAC address of each BYOD device at first join, then ban everything else while using a captive portal as well for authentication.

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