I've been a Meraki MX user since Nov '14 and I think it's a great product but it lacked a community for it's users to collaborate on the direction we want the product to go in with new features. I want this to get the attention of Meraki and hopefully they'll join us in implementing these features.


1/4/16 Update: Meraki has begun responding to various posts!



Right now this site running on the free version of UserEcho so it doesn't have some features I'd like it to have (such as tagging).



Rob Geoghan
rgeoghan {at} gmail.com

+203

IKEv2 Support in MX appliances

Winston 2 years ago • updated by ressurrectin 3 months ago 8

Please enable IKEv2 support for multi site dynamic VPN routing with 3rd party appliances.

+99
Started

Offer the Meraki MX as a virtual appliance

Rob Geoghan 3 years ago • updated 1 year ago 21
The subject pretty much sums it up.
+94

Be able to delete DHCP leases

Rob Geoghan 2 years ago • updated 2 years ago 0

self explanatory.

+38

Multicast Routing

Rob 3 years ago 0
Ability to route multicast traffic across vlans on mx devices!
+34

Allow customers to see reboot logs and device uptime on MX

Rob Geoghan 3 years ago 0
I've had a couple cases where support initially missed seeing that my MX rebooted. As a customer I should see that in the event logs and SNMP. It also seems like it needs to be easier for support to see that as well.
+24

Ability to telnet/SSH from MX

Rob Geoghan 3 years ago 0
I would like the ability to telnet or SSH from the MX.  Recently I was troubleshooting an outbound email issue only to find that the ISP was blocking port 25 traffic.  Without being able to test this myself I had to use the packet capture which was a bit cumbersome.
+22

Allow creating a backup of configuration

Rob Geoghan 2 years ago 0

It would be helpful for documentation and recovery purposes.

+22

Show resource usage on the MX devices

Rob Geoghan 3 years ago • updated by Owen Pragel 2 years ago 1
The MX devices don't give you any information on how much RAM, CPU, etc are being consumed which is important for troubleshooting and sizing out your unit.
+19

FIPS 140-2 Validation

msemack 1 year ago 0

We need to be using FIPS 140-2 validated encryption for Wi-Fi and VPN tunnels. This is a hard requirement for NIST 800-171, which is required for all DoD contractors, and subcontractors, and THEIR subcontractors. We have to be compliant by 12/31/2017. If not we have to scrap our Meraki gear.

+18

SSL VPN

Rob Geoghan 1 year ago 0

More and more hotels are blocking the current VPN connections