MS350 Overview and Specifications (2022)

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Overview

The Cisco Meraki MS350 series provides 10G SFP+ uplinks and high-performance access switching for large enterprise and campus networks. The switch includes optional PoE/PoE+ support, highly scalable Layer 3 routing and modular power/fans for mission-critical networks. The family features the MS350-24X which includes 8 multigigabit (mGig) ports and UPoE support for high-performance 802.11ax/ac access points, servers, and workstations.

MS350 Overview and Specifications (1)

Features

  • Managed via Cisco Meraki Dashboard
  • Remote Packet Capture Tools via Meraki Dashboard
  • Automatic Firmware upgrades
  • SNMP/Syslog Integration
  • IPv4/6 ACL support
  • 802.1q VLANtagging
  • L3 Switching including OSPF
  • Broadcast Storm Control
  • Dual Dedicated 40G Hardware Stacking Ports
  • Dynamic ARP Inspection / DHCPSnooping
  • 802.1X Authentication
  • 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ45
  • 4x 1000/10000 MbpsSFP+
  • 8x 100/1000/2500/5000/10000 mGbERJ45 (MS350-24X only)
  • PoE+ models available for device level powering
  • Warm Spare capable

Configuration

The basic initial configuration of the MS350is just as simple as any other model of MS switch.The links below provide additionalinformation and instructions relating to eachstep in getting the device setup and configured for the first time.

  1. Claim the device to an Organization on the Meraki Dashboard
    1. If a Dashboard Organization does not yet exist, Create one
  2. Add the device to a Dashboard Network
    1. If a Network does not yet exist, Create one first
  3. Physically connect the device to the local network
    1. Connect one of the RJ45 ports to existing infrastructure to provide a temporaryuplink
    2. Power on the device and let itcheck in to the Dashboard
    3. If necessary, configure a Static IP throughthe Local Status Pageto allow it to communicate with the Meraki Dashboard.
  4. Allow the device to completecheck-in and perform any initial firmware upgrades
  5. Finish configuring the device from the Meraki Dashboard
    1. Create a Switch Stack
    2. ManagelocalVLANs/ Port configuration
    3. Configure Layer 3 Routing

Context and Comparisons

MS350-24P MS350-24X MS350-48FP
1GbE RJ45 24 16 48
10GbE SFP+ 4 4 4
mGbE RJ45 - 8 -
Hardware Stack Port 2 2 2
Dedicated Mgmt Interface 1 1 1
Hot Swap Power Supply Yes, Dual Yes, Dual Yes, Dual
Hot Swap Fans Yes Yes Yes
Layer 3 Routing Yes Yes Yes
UPoE Capable - Yes -
Max Stacking Bandwidth 160Gbps 160Gbps 160Gbps
Max Switching Capacity 128Gbps 272Gbps 176 Gbps

Technical Breakdown

Hardware Breakdown

MS350-24 Models

MS350-24 MS350-24P MS350-24X
1GbERJ45 24 24 16
10GbE SFP+ 4 4 4
mGbE RJ45 - - 8
40GHardware StackPort 2 2 2
Dedicated MgmtInterface 1 1 1
Hot Swap Fans Yes Yes Yes
Hot Swap Power Supply Yes, Dual Yes, Dual Yes, Dual
Layer 3 Switching Yes Yes Yes
UPoE Capable - - Yes

Cabling Best Practices for Multi-Gigabit operations:While Category-5e cables can support multigigabit data rates upto 2.5/5 Gbps, external factors such as noise, alien crosstalk coupled with longer cable/cable bundle lengths can impede reliable link operation. Noise can originate from cable bundling, RFI, cable movement, lightning, power surges and other transient event. It is recommended to use Category-6a cabling for reliable multigigabit operations as it mitigates alien crosstalk by design.

MS350-48 Models

MS350-48 MS350-48LP MS350-48FP
1GbERJ45 48 48 48
10GbE SFP+ 4 4 4
mGbE RJ45 - - -
40GHardware StackPort 2 2 2
Dedicated MgmtInterface 1 1 1
Hot Swap Fans Yes Yes Yes
Hot Swap Power Supply Yes, Dual Yes, Dual Yes, Dual
Layer 3 Routing Yes Yes Yes
UPoE Capable - - -
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Throughput and Capabilities

MS350-24 Models

MS350-24 MS350-24P MS350-24X
Layer 3 Routing Yes Yes Yes
PoE+ Capable - Yes, 370W Yes, 740W
UPoE Capable - - Yes (8 mGbe ports)
Switching Capacity 128 Gbps 128 Gbps 176 Gbps
Stacking Bandwidth 160 Gbps 160 Gbps 160 Gbps

Physical

MS350-24 Models

MS350-24 MS350-24P MS350-24X
Mount Type 1U Rack Mount 1U Rack Mount 1U Rack Mount
Dimensions(h x w x d)

1.72x 19.07 x 18.85in

(4.38x 48.46 x 47.9cm)

1.72x 19.07 x 18.85in
(4.38x 48.46 x 47.9cm)
1.72x 19.07 x 20.32in
(4.38 x 48.46 x 51.62cm)
Weight 12.37 lb (5.61 kg) 13.14 lb (5.96 kg) 14.48 lb (6.6 kg)
Power Consumption 56 - 888W 56 - 888W 56 - 888W
Power Load (idle/max) 56 / 66 W 57 / 466 W 215 / 867 W
Operating Temperature 23 °F - 122 °F
-5°C - 50°C
23 °F - 122 °F
-5°C - 50°C
23 °F - 122 °F
-5°C - 50°C
Humidity 5% to 95% 5% to 95% 5% to 95%

MS350-48 Models

MS350-48 MS350-48LP MS350-48FP
Mount Type 1U Rack Mount 1U Rack Mount 1U Rack Mount
Dimensions(h x w x d) 1.72 x 19.07 x 18.85in
(4.38x 48.46 x 47.9cm)
1.72 x 19.07 x 18.85in
(4.38x 48.46 x 47.90cm)
1.72 x 19.07 x 20.32in
(4.38 x 48.46 x 51.62cm)
Weight 11.56 lb (5.24 kg) 12.37 lb (5.61 kg) 12.83 lb (5.82 kg)
Power Consumption 56 - 888W 56 - 888W 56 - 888W
Power Load (idle/max) 56 / 63 W 63 / 478 W 69 / 888 W
Operating Temperature 23 °F - 122 °F
-5°C - 50°C
23 °F - 122 °F
-5°C - 50°C
23 °F - 122 °F
-5°C - 50°C
Humidity 5% to 95% 5% to 95% 5% to 95%

Troubleshooting

The MS uses LEDs to inform the user of the device's status. When the device powers on, all the Internet LEDs flash twice. Additional functions are described below, from left to right.

Front Panel Components

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Item

Function

LED Status

Meaning

1

Power

Solid orange

Switch is unable to connect to the Meraki cloud

Flashing white

Firmware upgrade in process

Solid white

Switch is fully operational and connected to the Meraki cloud

Off

Switch does not have power

2

Switch Ports

Off

No client connected

Solid orange

10/100 Mbps (1 Gbps on SFP+)

Solid green

1/2.5/5/10 Gbps (10 Gbpson SFP+)

Back Panel Components

Item

Function

LED Status

Meaning

1

Restore

N/A

Restore button to clear switch IP and local configuration settings

2

Management Interface

Green

Connected, used for easy access to the local status page

3

Stack Ports

N/A

Stack Cables are connected here

4

Redundant Fans

Green

Active and operational

5

Redundant Power Supplies

Green

Active and functional power supplies

Power cords may be ordered separately.

Equipment is to be used only in a restricted access location and installed/operated only by trained service personnel.

Common Troubleshooting

My device is connected to the network but not checking in to the Merakicloud orshows a solid Orange LED.

Confirm that the device is powered on and has a valid IP address that is able to access the Internet. Use the Local Status Page to get more information about the connectivity status of the device such as if it can successfully reach the Local Gateway, Internet, and/or Meraki Cloud servers. If necessary, contact Meraki Support for additional assistance.

My Status LED is blinking WHITE

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A blinking WHITE Status LED indicates that the device is in contact with the Dashboard Cloud servers and is performing a firmware update. This can sometimes take 20-45 minutes or more to complete depending on hardware and other factors.

My Status LED is blinking ORANGE

The device is not able to successfully communicate with the Dashboard Cloud servers or there may be a hardware issue with the device. Check the Local Status Page of the device to confirm the status andreach out to Meraki Support for further troubleshooting.

Event Log

The most common Event Log messages and their meaning are listed below.

Port STPchange

Indicates the STP stateof the port has changed, lists the relevant port number, previous, and new states. Typically accompanied by a'Port status change' event.

SFPmodule inserted/removed

Indicates that an SFP module was either inserted or removed, includes SFP module information forinserted events and always lists the relevant port number.

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Common Stacking Alerts

View our dedicated Switch Stacking document for more detailed information about configuring a Switch Stack and common issues.

Ensure all stack members are configured on dashboard, online and connected via their stacking ports. If connected and configured correctly, the error will disappear within 20-30 minutes. If the error persists, please contact Cisco Meraki Technical Support for further troubleshooting.

This switch's current stack members differ from the dashboard configuration.

MS350 Overview and Specifications (2)

This error can occur in the following scenarios:

  • Stack members are configured on dashboard, but not all members are connected via their stacking ports.
  • A stack member has failed or is powered off.

This switch is not connected to a stack.

MS350 Overview and Specifications (3)

This error can occur in the following scenarios:

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  • The switch is configured on dashboard as a stack member, but is not connected to a stack.

This switch does not have a stack configuration.

MS350 Overview and Specifications (4)

This error can occur in the following scenarios:

  • The switch is physically connected as a stack, but not configured on dashboard as a stack member.

FAQs

Which three features are unique to Meraki MS portfolio? ›

Remote Monitoring
  • Dynamic ARP Inspection.
  • MS Firmware Upgrades.
5 Oct 2020

What is MS Meraki? ›

The Cisco Meraki MS is the industry's first line cloud managed access and aggregation switches, combining the benefits of cloud-based centralized management with a powerful, reliable access platform. With cloud management, thousands of switch ports can be configured and monitored instantly, over the web.

Are meraki switches fanless? ›

Cisco Meraki MS120-8 compact switches provide Layer 2 access switching in a fanless, compact form factor. All models include 1G SFP uplinks, integrated mounting brackets, and a Kensington security slot, making them ideal for rapid and secure deployment to branch locations.

Which option is a feature of Cisco Meraki MS switches? ›

Cisco Meraki switches allow you to configure anything from a single port to thousands of ports through our cloud-managed Dashboard. In addition, Meraki switches now allow for physical stacking on select switch models.

What is the difference between a Layer 2 switch and a layer 3 switch? ›

The layer 2 and Layer 3 differs mainly in the routing function. A Layer 2 switch works with MAC addresses only and does not care about IP address or any items of higher layers. Layer 3 switch, or multilayer switch, can do all the job of a layer 2 switch and additional static routing and dynamic routing as well.

What are Meraki switches used for? ›

What is a Meraki Switch? Essentially, a network switch is a computer networking appliance that links devices together on a network by using packet switching to receive, process, and forward data to the desired destination.

Is Meraki a router or firewall? ›

Meraki Go (powered by Cisco) is an easy-to-install, secure Wi-Fi solution for small businesses. The Router Firewall Plus is an advanced router and firewall combo, bringing you enterprise-grade security, VPN for remote work and high network performance all in one.

Is Meraki a firewall? ›

Cisco Meraki MX firewalls include all the advanced security services you expect out of a next generation firewall: intrusion prevention powered by Cisco-developed SNORT, content filtering, anti-malware, geo-based firewalling, remote access connectivity, and advanced malware protection.

Is Meraki a SD-WAN? ›

All Cisco Meraki security appliances are equipped with SD-WAN capabilities that enable administrators to maximize network resiliency and bandwidth efficiency.

Do meraki switches come with stack cables? ›

Which stacking cables do MS switches support? Is one included in the box? A 0.5M (50cm) 40 Gigabit stacking cable is included with MS350 series switches. Stacking cables are not included with other stackable MS series switches series, and must be purchased separately.

Do meraki switches come with power cables? ›

Currently, Cisco Meraki includes US power cords in the box with all of their MX and MS products.

What is PoE Plus switch? ›

PoE+ switches support devices such as video IP phones, wireless access points with multiple antennas, and complex surveillance cameras. PoE++ switches can support devices that need higher power wattage such as video conferencing system components and building management devices, laptops, televisions, and so on.

Are all Meraki switches Layer 3? ›

Layer 3 (L3) routing capabilities are available on most Cisco Meraki switches. This allows the switches to route traffic between VLANs in a campus network without the need for an additional layer 3 device.

What are two capabilities of Meraki? ›

Cisco Meraki Features
  • API.
  • Activity Dashboard.
  • Application Management.
  • Asset Tracking.
  • Audit Management.
  • Automatic User/Device Recognition.
  • Compliance Management.
  • Content Filtering.

What is the difference between meraki switch and Cisco switch? ›

Meraki MS Series switches are wonderful at allowing a network admin to configure a VPN mesh network without having to have highly specialized knowledge. Unlike Cisco switches, there is no CLI, there is only a GUI. Also, Meraki support helps you set it up as you add nodes to your network.

Can Layer 2 switches do VLANs? ›

A Layer 2 trunk interface enables you to configure a single logical interface to represent multiple VLANs on a physical interface. You can configure a set of VLANs and VLAN identifiers that are automatically associated with one or more Layer 2 trunk interfaces.

Is a VLAN layer 2 or 3? ›

VLANs are data link layer (OSI layer 2) constructs, analogous to Internet Protocol (IP) subnets, which are network layer (OSI layer 3) constructs. In an environment employing VLANs, a one-to-one relationship often exists between VLANs and IP subnets, although it is possible to have multiple subnets on one VLAN.

What is L2 VLAN and L3 VLAN? ›

I answered them, Layer 2 VLAN is a single broadcast domain. It works on layer 2 (Datalink Layer). They can communicate only within it. And L3 VLAN is an Interface, that works on Network Layer. In order to do inter VLAN routing/ communication we need L3 interface (SVI).

What is better than Meraki? ›

We have compiled a list of solutions that reviewers voted as the best overall alternatives and competitors to Cisco Meraki, including WatchGuard Network Security, Check Point Next Generation Firewalls (NGFWs), FortiGate NGFW, and SonicWall. Have you used Cisco Meraki before?

What is the difference between Meraki and Cisco? ›

If you're looking for a device that is easy to manage, has intuitive licensing and dashboard, and automatic upgrades, Meraki MS switches provide that. Alternatively, Cisco allows you to have more control over the switch, licensing, and upgrades.

What protocol does Meraki use? ›

Meraki client VPN uses the password authentication protocol (PAP) to transmit and authenticate credentials. PAP authentication is always transmitted inside an IPsec tunnel between the client device and the MX security appliance using strong encryption.

Does Meraki use BGP? ›

There is one commonality to all BGP use cases — scale — and that is no different for Meraki. The Meraki BGP implementation allows for stable bilateral integration of Meraki AutoVPN and SD-WAN-enabled organisations into broader MPLS and hybrid Cisco SD-WAN deployments.

Will Meraki work without internet? ›

While it's out of Meraki's hands what happens with your internet access, they design their products (including access points) to remain functional even when your internet is down. So, while connectivity is unavailable, you can continue to access your wireless network and make changes to your configurations.

What type of VPN is Meraki? ›

Auto-provisioning IPsec VPN

Cisco Meraki's unique auto provisioning site-to-site VPN connects branches securely with complete simplicity. Using IPsec over any wide area network, the MX links your branches to headquarters as well as to one another as if connected with a virtual Ethernet cable.

What ports do Meraki use? ›

Actions required: Meraki devices using this device-to-cloud connectivity method will require TCP port 443 to be open on any upstream firewalls. Please note this does not mean that previously used ports (TCP port 7734 and UDP 7351) should be closed, as access requirements may vary by product and firmware build.

Does Meraki use SNMP? ›

Meraki allows SNMP polling to gather information either from the dashboard or directly from Meraki devices themselves, including MR access points, MS switches, and MX security appliances. Third party network monitoring tools can use SNMP to monitor certain parameters on Meraki devices.

Is Meraki hosted on AWS? ›

This Quick Start deploys Cisco Meraki Virtual MX (vMX) on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. It helps organizations connect software-defined wide area networks (SD-WANs) to applications running on AWS. Meraki vMX is a virtualized security and SD-WAN network appliance.

Is Meraki a MDM? ›

Cisco Meraki Systems Manager (SM) offers a full, Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution, which includes Mobile Device Management (MDM), Mobile Application Management (MAM), Mobile Content Management (MCM), and Mobile Identity (MI).

What is SD-WAN replacing? ›

Considered the MPLS alternative, Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) is a method for implementing a reliable, high-performance WAN. Instead of using dedicated circuits, SD-WAN optimizes traffic routing over multiple potential transport links.

How many SSID support Meraki? ›

No more than 3 SSIDs should be enabled on any single AP. Each SSID should have band-steering enabled.

How many switches can be stacked? ›

A switch stack is a set of up to 8 switches connected through their stacking ports. The switch that controls the operation of the stack is the stack master.

Can you ssh into meraki switch? ›

So Meraki 2 has a WAN 2 interface enabled and gets its WAN 2 uplink from 192.168. 128.5. The radios have web GUIs on them, and you can SSH into them too (into their LAN or WAN interfaces).

Will a meraki switch work without license? ›

Do I need to have a license for every piece of Meraki hardware? Yes, every Meraki hardware component requires a cloud license to be managed. Meraki hardware that isn't licensed won't pass traffic.

Is Meraki a PoE? ›

Meraki Go GS switches can provide both PoE and PoE+. PoE and PoE+ are also known as 802.3af and 802.3at respectively.

How long do Meraki switches last? ›

Switches are the foundation to any network and are estimated to last anywhere between 5-10 years. As networks within the workplace become increasingly important, it is critical that modern network switches are reliable, easy to manage at scale and compatible with the latest technologies.

Is Meraki cheaper than Cisco? ›

Meraki (cloud-based) requires customers to purchase an annual license. Otherwise the hardware won't work. But the upfront deployment costs are noticeably lower than an on-premise Cisco solution.

What is difference PoE and PoE+? ›

The main difference between PoE (IEEE 802.3af standard) and PoE+ (802.3at) is the quantity of power delivered. PoE can provide 15.4 watts over Cat5 cables, while PoE+ can supply up to 30W over Cat5 cables, with 25.5W available to devices.

Is PoE AC or DC? ›

What Does that Mean for PoE? Per IEEE standards, PoE is injected into a cable at voltage between 44 and 57V DC, typically 48V DC.

How many volts is PoE Plus? ›

With the 802.3af standard, a voltage between 44 to 57 volts can be generated at the port. With PoE+, on the other hand, the voltage generated lies between 50 and 57 volts.

Can Layer 3 switches do VLANs? ›

Since VLANs exist in their own layer 3 subnet, routing will need to occur for traffic to flow in between VLANs. This is where a layer 3 switch can be utilized. A Layer 3 switch is basically a switch that can perform routing functions in addition to switching.

Does Layer 3 switch have IP address? ›

Layer 3 switches have separate IP addresses on individual interfaces. Some devices have a factory default, such as 10.157. 22.154, used for troubleshooting during installation.

What is Layer 3 called? ›

Network layer, layer 3. The most significant protocol at layer 3 (also called the network layer) is the Internet Protocol, or IP. IP is the standard for routing packets across interconnected networks--hence, the name internet.

Where is Meraki data stored? ›

Generally, Meraki customer data that come back to the Meraki cloud are kept in whichever geographical region the dashboard organization is based in. However, for top-level management purposes and for global alignment, some data are forwarded from regional data centers to a central Meraki server primary controller.

How does a Meraki work? ›

Meraki's out-of-band control plane separates network management data from user data. Management data (e.g., configuration, statistics, monitoring, etc.) flows from Meraki devices (wireless access points, switches, and security appliances) to Meraki's cloud over a secure Internet connection.

Can Meraki connect to WiFi? ›

Meraki Wi-Fi access points are built to work seamlessly and dynamically with our cloud-managed network switches, IoT devices, and security solutions. All are configured to be deployed, secured, and monitored at scale.

Will Cisco SFP work in meraki switch? ›

Meraki does not lock out 3rd party optics, so in most cases Cisco SFPs will work in Meraki switches just fine, and there is no special setting (like transceiver-unsupported) required on the Meraki config. In fact, for -ER and -ZR optics, the Cisco SFPs are the only option, as Meraki doesn't provide ER/ZR SKUs.

Why is Meraki the best? ›

Cisco Meraki allows you to configure security for Internet-connected devices, routers, switches, firewalls and WiFi networks your company uses through an internet-connected browser. It provides a convenient and efficient way of configuring your organisation's entire network.

Do Meraki switches have CLI? ›

The Meraki-CLI utility is a CLI wrapper around Meraki's official Dashboard API Python Library. It exposes all of the library's methods (400+ as of this writing, all documented in the command guide) via a typical Linux-style CLI utility with arguments, switches, tab auto-completion, etc.

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What are some of the features of Meraki Systems Manager Select all that apply? ›

Features:
  • Centralized Cloud Management. The Meraki dashboard enables secure monitoring and management of all of your mobile devices from anywhere in the world.
  • Network Settings Deployment. ...
  • Device Location. ...
  • App Deployment. ...
  • Remote Troubleshooting. ...
  • Device & Data Restrictions. ...
  • Rapid Provisioning. ...
  • Network Integration.

Which of the following are the key features of Meraki Sdwan? ›

The Meraki SD-WAN implementation is comprised of several key features, built atop our AutoVPN technology.
  • Dual-Active VPN Uplinks. Prior to the SD-WAN release, Auto VPN tunnels would only form only over a single interface. ...
  • Policy-Based Routing (PbR) ...
  • Dynamic Path Selection.
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What are some of the features of SD Wan on the MX appliances? ›

SD-WAN lets you control how traffic is directed and prioritized across multiple uplinks, and enables your network to immediately and intelligently adapt to changing performance conditions — ensuring latency-sensitive traffic like VoIP or point-of-sale services have the throughput and optimization they need.

What components are included in the complete Meraki cloud managed solution? ›

These products include wireless access points, security appliances, access and distribution switching, VoIP phones, mobility management, and video surveillance and are each built to work together to help deliver a truly scalable and easy to manage comprehensive IT solution.

What are two capabilities of Meraki? ›

Cisco Meraki Features
  • API.
  • Activity Dashboard.
  • Application Management.
  • Asset Tracking.
  • Audit Management.
  • Automatic User/Device Recognition.
  • Compliance Management.
  • Content Filtering.

Which 3 components are part of Meraki insight? ›

Here are three components of Insight that bring simplicity to end-user optimization:
  • Meraki Insight's technology transcends networks and applications beyond the LAN to isolate problems. Insight's… ...
  • Customizable thresholds can be assigned to each application. ...
  • Enlightening analytics are collected every step of the way.
22 Mar 2018

Is Meraki a router or firewall? ›

Meraki Go (powered by Cisco) is an easy-to-install, secure Wi-Fi solution for small businesses. The Router Firewall Plus is an advanced router and firewall combo, bringing you enterprise-grade security, VPN for remote work and high network performance all in one.

What are the 3 components of Velocloud infrastructure? ›

The architecture includes three layers: Cloud Network, Virtual Services Delivery, and SD- WAN Services Orchestration.

What are the three benefits of SD-WAN infrastructure? ›

Cisco SD-WAN offers instant visibility into cloud traffic, control over deployment, and the convenience of automated management.

What are two goals for SD-WAN? ›

However, there are some goals I would encourage all organizations to consider as part an SDWAN transformation: Increase Performance while Reducing Cost. Increase Reliability and Redundancy. Reduce the Number and Types of Edge Devices.

What are the components of SD-WAN? ›

There are three main components to this virtualized network: The SD-WAN edge, the controller, and the orchestrator. The SD-WAN edge is where the network endpoints reside. This can be a branch office, a remote data center, or cloud platform.

What are the types of SD-WAN? ›

There are three basic types of SD-WAN deployments: Internet-based SD-WANs, Telco and MSP Managed Service SD-WANs, and SD-WAN as-a-Service.

What is the main goal of SD-WAN? ›

SD-WAN provides WAN simplification, lower costs, bandwidth efficiency and a seamless on-ramp to the cloud with significant application performance especially for critical applications without sacrificing security and data privacy.

Is Meraki a MDM? ›

Cisco Meraki Systems Manager (SM) offers a full, Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution, which includes Mobile Device Management (MDM), Mobile Application Management (MAM), Mobile Content Management (MCM), and Mobile Identity (MI).

Can Meraki work without internet? ›

Go to Solution. Very simple answer: no. For any configuration beyond getting the device online, you need to use Dashboard. Meraki products are not meant to be used or configured offline.

What protocol does Meraki use? ›

Meraki client VPN uses the password authentication protocol (PAP) to transmit and authenticate credentials. PAP authentication is always transmitted inside an IPsec tunnel between the client device and the MX security appliance using strong encryption.

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