New MX Uplink API Endpoints A new set of MX uplink bandwidth control endpoints were recently added to the Dashboard API. You can now provision the maximum bandwidth values programmatically on a per-uplink basis (WAN1/WAN2/cellular) for any appliance.
Too many updates to share, but since many of you asked about the absence in changelog announcements, I thought I’d check in and share a few lesser-known additions that dropped recently.
Systems Manager: iOS App Cellular Data Control The SM team recently added the ability to control whether or not cellular data is allowed for iOS managed apps.
Several new switch features were introduced in Meraki’s MS10 firmware including loop guard, DIA, storm control, and LAN anomaly detection for improved control-plane monitoring and stability. This serves as a quick look into some of the new enhancements available. More information including a full list of features can be found in the detailed firmware change […]
Another week, another exciting round of feature enhancements from the Cisco Meraki Engineering team. The biggest announcement was the addition of a new Bridge-mode Client Isolation feature for MR networks. L2 client isolation has been a distinguishing feature of Meraki NAT-mode SSIDs for some time and is an incredibly useful security tool to prevent wireless […]
New Warm Spare UI for MS and MX Some of you may have noticed a slight change in the warm spare configuration in my recent MX warm spare design writeup. The Meraki UI/UX team has updated the warm spare configuration in Dashboard for both MX and MS. Configuration has moved to the switch and security […]
L3 Firewall Rules Programmable via API The MX layer 3 firewall rules can be found under Security Appliance > Firewall > Layer 3 > Outbound rules in Dashboard. The L3 firewall ruleset allow outbound firewall filtering for all traffic crossing a routed boundary. This includes both inside-to-outside (LAN port > WAN port) packets as well […]
New MX Route Table UI Last week the MX route table monitoring page (Security appliance > Route table) saw a major facelift. The new table view allows administrators to quickly sort the local appliance route table based on subnet, name, or type.
2017 Updated Integrating Meraki Networks with ISE Guide Hot off the press! New updates to the Integrating Meraki Networks with Cisco Identity Services Engine guide.