I am looking to deploy a wireless network that will be used in our main office for both domain users and visitors. I have been quoted from a local vendor for access points by Meraki. However, each of the access points runs off of a cloud controller and has a licensing fee of $150 / yr per access point.
Does anyone have experience with the Meraki devices? Do you have recommendations on other access points that do not require a licensing fee each year?
Here's what we did. We have a wireless network in on main office. Not everyone uses it; we're too big and need the speed of a wired backbone and nodes, but there are wireless needs for our internal users.
Hopefully this article will help someone who's had the same issues I had.
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