[j-nsp] SRX's and Wireless
skeeve+junipernsp at eintellegonetworks.com
Mon Nov 18 07:28:18 EST 2013
Actually... the product code has changed to JUNOSVWLC-BASE and is in the
global price list at $50.... which isn't bad.
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On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 7:50 PM, Maarten van der Hoek <maarten at vanderhoek.nl
> Hi Guys,
> Don't forget the 'virtual-road' they're heading!
> Especially for deployments of 1 / 2 AP's (but far more scalable..till
> ) the VWLC is great (both price and performance - of course depending on
> your VMWare server).
> Listprice $320 for a VWLC-10 (for 10 Accesspoints...)
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: juniper-nsp [mailto:juniper-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net] Namens Mark
> Verzonden: maandag 18 november 2013 9:15
> Aan: Skeeve Stevens
> CC: juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net
> Onderwerp: Re: [j-nsp] SRX's and Wireless
> That seems to be the gist of it bud.
> To be honest the AX411s were not that stable an AP and basically needs
> resetting every so often (I use event scripts to reset every morning at
> 3am). With the purchase of Trapeze Juniper seems to be moving the AP mgmt
> off SRXs and onto dedicated kit.
> I agree that the price hike from the WLC2 to the WLC100 is steep but as I
> said above, it seems to be the way that Juniper are going.
> On 18 November 2013 04:30, Skeeve Stevens <
> skeeve+junipernsp at eintellegonetworks.com> wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > I'd like to get some clarification.
> > I've been informed that the AX411 AP is being discontinued. While in
> > itself this isn't an issue, it is the only AP that the SRX's can
> > manage directly (afaik).
> > I also see that the WLC2 (4 AP's) has been discontinued and replaced
> > by the
> > WLC100 (comes license to manage 4 - up to 32)... which essentially
> > doubles the price of having a controller for a few AP's. (from $1000
> > to $2000)
> > I have no problem with Juniper EOL'ing products, but at the moment, it
> > looks like the AP management function of the SRX's is going to become
> > useless with nothing to manage.
> > ...Skeeve
> > *Skeeve Stevens - *eintellego Networks Pty Ltd
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