Please enable IKEv2 support for multi site dynamic VPN routing with 3rd party appliances.
When is Meraki going to get this done?
We've had many clients that have to buy an ASA just to support IKEv2 tunnels.
Seems like there is a high number of other people that want it too!
Come on Meraki!
Come on ... Some news?
Also continuing to wait for this feature. I requested it about a year and a half ago, and still no movement. We have multiple sites and an Azure presence, and we can only connect one network to Azure because the Meraki doesn't support Dynamic Routing. If this continues much longer, we'll just dump our Cisco gear and go with something else.
I'm disappointed that for such an expensive product (comparatively) it still doesn't offer so basic a feature.
Our account manager previously told me, over a year ago, that its 'coming soon' but here we are...still waiting.
Can't believe this isn't supported yet. Really disappointed that a high end solution (cost) would be so far behind. Come on sort it out and give this the priority it should be.
What is the ETA on this feature? Ridiculous.
Account manager has said they will implement IKEv2 on the Auto VPN but not on the 3rd party VPN which is quite disappointing
FYI, Google Cloud used to allow specifying multiple local and remote subnets in a single IKEv1 tunnel configuration, which is what Meraki does, and you could bring up the tunnel. However, Google later said multiple subnets in an IKEv1 tunnel was against standards and restricted their API to disallow this. Google says only IKEv2 permits this, but Meraki won't support IKEv2, something that's been around for *years*.
So now, Meraki is basically incompatible with Google Cloud VPN because your choices are:
Both of these solutions suck. Meraki, you suck. Can you hear a paying customer?
Wow, just re-read this. I must have been pretty annoyed at the time to write "you suck" in such a childish way.
Anyway, we did end up going with option #2 by deploying a couple Ubiquiti EdgeRouters at each site and setting up all of our 3rd party VPN peers to connect via those, then static route the Meraki MX's to route packets destined for our VPN-remote networks to those EdgeRouters. It's definitely an annoying solution because it's more devices to worry about on the network, and sometimes the tunnels go down for inexplicable reasons and we have to reboot the EdgeRouters (that's a different issue in the EdgeRouter/VyOS firmware).
Please please pretty please, add IKEv2 support to the Meraki MX line so we can move the tunnels to GCP back to the Meraki firewalls and eliminate the extra complexity on our network of having separate VPN tunnel devices
Would love to see this on Non-Meraki VPN peers!
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