Meraki MR

Meraki MR

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Reliable Wireless Networking

9 out of 10
September 11, 2021
[Cisco] Meraki MR APs are our go-to for wireless at every site we have globally. They provide reliable networking that is easy to expand …
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Intuitive wireless network

10 out of 10
May 27, 2021
The Cisco Meraki solution with Access Point is used in the company's offices and provides great benefits such as greater visibility of …
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Efficient, as expected.

10 out of 10
May 03, 2021
Some of our offices are running on a Meraki infrastructure (MX, MS, MR, MV, SM), and, of course, on Meraki MR products to manage Wi-Fi. As …
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What is Meraki MR?

Cisco's Meraki MR Series is a wireless LAN solution.

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What is Meraki MR?

The Meraki MR series is an enterprise-grade line of cloud-managed WLAN access points. Designed for challenging enterprise environments, the MR access points use advanced Wi-Fi 6 technologies including MU-MIMO, OFDMA, beam forming and channel bonding to deliver the throughput and reliable coverage required by demanding business applications.

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What is Meraki MR?

Cisco's Meraki MR Series is a wireless LAN solution.

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The most common users of Meraki MR are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees) and the Information Technology & Services industry.

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June 10, 2022

Cisco Meraki badass

Score 10 out of 10
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We use Cisco Meraki MR access point in our company and support services for other clients and companies used Cisco Meraki MR because they are easy to configure and they are the best option for wireless communication, There are some features not found elsewhere that make it easy to integrate security functionality with Cisco Meraki’s networking stack, and the advantage is that you can supervise and configure in the dashboard remotely, that makes Cisco Meraki easy to administrate.
  • Easy to administrate
  • Easy to configure
  • Excellent cloud management
  • Takes long to be delivered
  • Features for updating apps
  • Licensing cost are quite hight
We implemented Cisco Meraki in many colleges and schools and they work really well, they have a great range of propagation and support lots of users connected simultaneously, they are great for interiors and exteriors with an appropriate cabinet, and for every problem or failure we can solve in the Cisco Meraki dashboard remotely so is very appropriate. I recommend it.
Score 10 out of 10
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The main business problem it addresses is the elimination of multiple SSID Before the Meraki, in a big organization with multiple levels, the users had several wifi names and the device needs to connect to each and every wifi name to be able to roam. It always had issues with handoff and poor network strength. Meraki deals with that quite well and has done a great job and making everything simple.
  • Managing, upgrading, and implementation is quite well since it's all managed from the Meraki dashboard.
  • Separation of SSID with the help of multiple VLANs.
  • Better Coverage throughout the organization.
  • .Seamless roaming and easy handoff.
  • Integration with the existing DHCP server on the network, especially a windows based server, Guest network gets a network and that cannot be made to communicate with the local LAN even if the management requires it.
  • The AP at some times, very rarely though may have a DNS issue but it doesn't fix itself unless it is restarted.
It's most suited for larger organizations with a need for wifi roaming. It is very good in scenarios where you need guest wifi to be totally separate from LAN. It may not be a very well fit for small organizations where only 1 AP is being installed, the cost might be a factor that should be considered carefully.
Score 7 out of 10
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Supplies WiFi to the entire facility utilizing 26 access points broadcasting 6-7 SSIDs with tagged VLAN segregation. Easy to use and manage cloud console makes setup, maintenance, and troubleshooting easier than other products. Automated firmware update scheduling, geo-location tags, and the majority of required configuration settings all within a few clicks of the main GUI.
  • Remote Management
  • Firmware Updates
  • Expandability of the platform
  • Slightly Stronger Radios
  • Throughput
  • End User Data
Great for remotely managing multiple sites or venues. The cloud does a good job of alerting to down access points, uptime, throughput, errors, drops, etc. The Mesh system works quite well but can have issues with devices that have out-of-date radios that only operate on the 2.4 spectra. Sometimes requires manually configuring the end device to utilize a different wireless protocol to permit acceptable throughput.
Score 10 out of 10
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Our organization uses the Cisco Meraki MR line of Wireless Accesspoints in a variety of environments from offices to conference rooms and even airport waiting lounges. The equipment is very high quality, the throughput is amazing and the best part is that it is easily managed through the cloud.
  • Wireless coverage
  • Easy to use setup
  • Great Technical Support
  • The MR product is a well rounded solution for general wireless needs; however since it is cloud managed product, a subscription is always needed or the equipment will turn to a brick.
The Cisco Meraki line of products is an excellent option for anyone who is looking for an easy to use line of Switches, Routers, Wireless Accesspoints, Cloud security and beyond. Not only will you find the Cisco Meraki console easy to use, but the hardware is top notch quality and comes with all the bells and whistles that you might expect from an enterprise level of service such as Cisco.
Vin Campbell | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Cisco Meraki devices are being used to provide Wi-Fi services to multiple locations in the organization. We have a mix of devices providing coverage at our retail stores as well as in our warehouse and offices. The biggest "problem" these devices address would be cloud management. I am able to fully manage the entire wireless network from anywhere in the world where I have internet service. Also - the single pane of glass is a huge bonus as we employ gateway MX devices as well with plans to add switches and cameras down the road.
  • Cloud access
  • Single pane of glass
  • Ease of management
  • Licensing - per device vs grouped is confusing
  • License pricing - I don't see a reason why this needs to be so expensive
  • Enterprise vs Advanced licensing model - why not just one?
  • Umbrella/endpoint should be included in the Advanced licensing model
Retail store is an excellent example of how the MR devices can shine. There is a way to conenct the MR devices - guest Wi-Fi - to Facebook, so you can tie in Facebook checkins to your store Facebook page. Drives traffic and you can then target ads. Bluetooth beacons is another great use - you can set this up such that as a customer walks past a certain display, they can be notified of a special sale right on their device. This solution is not appropriate if the company is amll and doesn;t have a budget as the solution is rather pricey...
Score 9 out of 10
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Cisco Meraki MR has become our enterprise WiFi infrastructure solution. It really helps us to reduce Opex budget with its cloud-managed scenario. It is so easy to deploy that you only need an internet connection and everything is up and running in almost 10 minutes; [it] literally is a no-brainer solution with all the enterprise features included.
  • Cloud Admin Portal
  • No-Brainer Massive Deployment
  • Reduced and optimezed OPEX
  • Cloud Control Panel Reporting capabilities
  • Email alerting system configuration granularity
It is so easy to configure and set up that you will not believe it, it is very well suited with a reduced specialized staff also when you have a reduced OPEX budget because the cloud control panel does all the magic. It is not as good as you wanted if the internet is not stable because you will suffer to make any changes.
Score 10 out of 10
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The whole organization uses it. We are currently on 100% MR and MS switches and access points. This allows us to use wireless throughout our entire campus while at the same time giving us a central dashboard for all issues, configuration, and reporting of network traffic. The dashboard also has a topology view which is helpful for troubleshooting.
  • Insight into client issues
  • Dead simple deployment
  • Auto power and channel adjustment
  • Guest WiFi
  • Better help understand[ing] the complexity of WiFi and why some auto adjustments were made.
  • Better floor mapping tools for easier drawing of walls, etc.
  • Better alerts about too many clients on one AP.
The Cisco Meraki MR works amazing[ly] for multiple franchise locations or where a network tech is remote for most of their management tasks. It generally feels more geared toward the SMB market, but I believe with the API expanding features, bigger companies can easily get on board now. The cloud and subscription model may not be for everyone who does not want an OPEX model for spending in IT.
Score 9 out of 10
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[Cisco] Meraki MR APs are our go-to for wireless at every site we have globally. They provide reliable networking that is easy to expand and configure/support remotely.
  • Remote config
  • Regular updates
  • Fast
  • Easy to use
  • Wall or ceiling mountable
  • Support can be a bit flakey
  • Complex multi region account management
Honestly, the access points work well pretty much everywhere. The models we use are perfect for indoors and work well in a heavily populated building, dealing with high utilization perfectly. The admin panel makes it easy to expand and customize settings for an entire network at once or to change the configuration for specific access points thanks to a tagging system.
Score 9 out of 10
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We use Cisco Meraki MR Access point in our small branches to let the employees reach the HQ servers with their laptops and ipads, and also [to be able to] control the guest users (our customers). It makes us online with the branch all the time as long as there is internet.
  • Very easy to implement
  • Cloud based control
  • Price
  • Wish to enhance log reports
It is best for new branches that have no leased lines or VPN, just 4G can do all the scenarios and connect the branch to HQ.
Niloofar Keshvari Nia | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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In our company, we manage switches and access points using a GUI service that is very easy to make changes to the configuration, view logs, and troubleshoot issues. Cisco Meraki is a great router for small and medium businesses that do not necessarily need a full time network staff and it's easy to manage, configure, and troubleshoot network devices, and ease of access to management dashboard allow us to manage equipment effectively.
  • The single management panel and easy access to equipment provide simple, efficient management and it gives you visibility into everything you need to know through the Meraki Dashboard
  • The API is fantastic because it allows for easy management
  • There have been some issues with updating the switches' firmware, which was solved with the help of the support team, maybe it should be easier and smarter to update it
  • In its current state, it has complicated policy-based routing and routing interfaces that need further development
  • When implementing any change to the network topology via the dashboard, it may take several minutes for that change to sync with the settings
While it does a good job of access switches, I would recommend using another device for routing. The dashboard and API make updating port configurations convenient and easy for even site technicians with little or no networking knowledge, Meraki is a network solution that comes with an interface that allows administrators to easily manage, test, and configure it from virtually anywhere.
Score 10 out of 10
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The Cisco Meraki solution with Access Point is used in the company's offices and provides great benefits such as greater visibility of what is happening on the network, a rapid deployment in configuration and support issues. The centralized management through the dashboard makes it simpler and more agile when making changes to the configuration within the network in an easier and more intuitive way.
  • Centralized management.
  • Automation.
  • Analytics.
  • Switches for Core Scenarios.
  • Outdoor cameras.
  • Antenna type for access point.
For the retail and hospitality sector it is used in an extraordinary way and where perhaps I would not recommend so much is for the industrial sector.
Score 9 out of 10
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The Meraki MR access points were used in all of our facilities across the globe to provide wifi access to all of our laptops, phones and many other wireless devices. In today's environment, this is absolutely 100% necessary for any business and wifi is heavily relied upon - even with people sitting at their desk. It is very easy to manage as a whole meaning we can troubleshoot wireless issues anywhere in the world from my house.
  • Cloud-managed - as all Meraki products are, very easy to manage.
  • Mesh technology allows clients to easily roam from one AP to another.
  • Very easy to add AP's, just get it online and add it to a network. Done.
  • Great tools to troubleshoot problems clients.
  • I wish the map would integrate more to show the neighboring AP's and their connection strength. I think they could produce better heat maps with this function.
  • I have found the strength of the AP's are quite as good as a regular Cisco non-Meriaki AP.
  • It can be problematic, as a global company, to physically move an AP to another country. There [are] some hoops to jump through.
I can't think of any scenario where a Cisco Meraki MR product is not well suited, maybe with the exception of a very large outdoor area. I have used them exclusively at the last 2 companies I've worked for and haven't quite come across a situation where they've hurt us. Whether it's an office building with 500-1000 people or hundreds of retail stores across the US. It scales very well.
Score 10 out of 10
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Cisco Meraki MR has been a great alternative that we are using to implement wireless networking in some locations in the organization. I used, managed, and supported our Cisco Meraki MR33, which is an access point with internal antennas and full cloud management that eliminates the need for expensive and complex wireless network control hardware. Cloud access is very simple, easy, and instinctive. The Cisco Meraki MR33 is a robust AP that supports a high density of users connected at the same time and provides all the necessary network security.
  • Easy to set up and install
  • Fully manages all Cisco Meraki MR access points in the cloud, regardless of the model installed
  • Modern design
  • Alerting system
  • Price
  • It has few firmware updates with optimizations
The Cisco Meraki MR33 is a compact device that serves us in scenarios of high density of users and works with the new technology 802.11ac wave 2. The technology of this access point is able to deliver to the end user a speed of more than 1 gbps and this is equal to traditional ethernet network cables. The recommended scenarios are for everyone looking for something more minimalist and without management complexity and can be done from anywhere from a browser. The administration interface is friendly and the alert system is very good and it may be possible to receive notices by email and SMS.
Score 4 out of 10
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Been using Meraki wireless since before they were acquired by Cisco for our users guest internet and some corporate data. We do like the per client bandwidth throttling, the scanning wireless radio that looks for look alike SSID's, the layer 7 rules to block undesired content, and many of the other security features. Users can bring their own device add it to the WIFI and access their news site or check Facebook; they can't download torrents of movies.
  • Layer 7 traffic shaping and per-client bandwidth limits.
  • Access Control
  • Cloud management portal is easy to use
  • Support is knowledgeable
  • Devices become an attractive doorstop when unlicensed
  • Re-licensing is costly - all wireless costs the same to re-license regardless of age
  • Others devices and companies in this space have offerings that don't do this
It you need dead simple wireless and don't mind paying for the license year over year you'd probably be quite happy. The software gets better over time, the applications that it detects update quickly, and you can control everything clients do on the network.
But if you think that a device should work after you pay for it - not simply brick at the end of the license period then you might want to pursue another option.
Score 10 out of 10
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Some of our offices are running on a Meraki infrastructure (MX, MS, MR, MV, SM), and, of course, on Meraki MR products to manage Wi-Fi. As we are a Cisco partner and Fortinet partner, we rely on both infrastructures depending of the offices to be able to stay up to date on both technologies and be able to demo both solutions to our customers.
  • Cloud based solution.
  • One single pane of glass to manage everything.
  • Easy to use/configure dashboard.
  • APIs and a lot of third party solutions to add on.
  • Provide basic analytics but would be nice to have more specific details built-in the solution (just like some 3rd parties do).
  • More expensive than other comparable solutions.
Meraki has a great portfolio of MR devices. So can adapt and find the right product to pretty much every environment, from basic Wi-Fi needs to pretty long outdoor reach. As the price can quickly rise for important rollout, it is important to work with a Cisco partner and or your Cisco AM directly to make sure to get the appropriate discount levels for your project, otherwise, you may find the solution too expensive.
Score 8 out of 10
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Cisco Meraki MR is being used by the entire firm as its sole solution for wireless access, for employees as well as guests. Meraki MR benefits Wendel in that the hardware itself is very low profile and non-intrusive, completely silent, a single wire device not requiring a separate power source, and very easy to administer. The back end can be addressed very simply or one can choose to customize things to great depth.
  • Very quick and easy for user’s devices to recognize and connect to.
  • Security is highly effective.
  • Very easy for administrators to manipulate the device itself, as well as control what users are doing or if they are allowed to connect at all.
  • There needs to be an easier way to see which devices are being heavier used, so as to determine needed adjustments.
  • It would be good to have more in-depth access to what locations connected devices are navigating to.
  • Cost. These devices could be a little more competitive if the cost were lower. Meraki prices itself out of some sales.
A Cisco Meraki MR is well-suited for highly visible locations where a device needs to be suddenly integrated and not drawing attention to itself. It may not be so well-suited to environments where in depth monitoring of traffic to specific destinations needs to be quickly determined and throttled on an as needed basis, such as in a conference environment.
Score 10 out of 10
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We use Cisco Meraki for our wireless needs, we have many iPads and tablets for teachers to use. It is running throughout the entire building and has been providing great coverage. We use the wireless for mobile connection and the ability to not need hard lined connections as the building is older and can [be] hard to run those kind of lines.
  • Easy to use.
  • Cost effective.
  • Insight into usage.
  • Better troubleshooting tool.
  • Better logs.
  • Subscription fee.
Meraki wireless has been great for us, having a small tech team of 1 person, not having to manage a complex wireless system has been very helpful. The solution works well for us and I assume slightly larger companies also. I could see the subscription fees adding up so maybe there are better ways to manage that.
very easy to use, clean and fast web site to interface with. The insights and warning are helpful if there is something that is not working as expected
Jose De Jesus | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Meraki MR Access Point are our WiFi corporate Network at my company, we have more than 50 users accessing to our corporate softwares and system via WiFi with several device.

We integrate the solution with our active directory server in order to guarantee properly access to the specific resource and internet usage depends on the profile and privilege given to certain users.

We covered the entire floor about 300mt2 with a few APS MR55AX technologies. Our AP's are serving the sales department, logistic, administration office and technical department with a variety of device connected simultaneously to the WiFi.

Meraki MR access point solved a problem with the layer 7 firewall policies to block services like torrent, games, and movie websites without touching the firewall solution of our company. Another thing unique is the option to provide fast guess wifi to our customer in a separate network segment with an easy to login splash page with Gmail or Facebook integration.

  • Layer 7 Firewall Embedded
  • Different type of access control and guess portal
  • Traffic shaping and bandwidth rate limits for high demands application
  • Health option to identify quickly different problems with the performance
  • Integration with third party guess portal like “Eleven WiFi” for customize guess access
  • Analytics and reports of usage very helpful in order to obtain data of your internet usage and allocate resources more efficient
  • My only concern is about the subscription fee
Cisco Meraki is well suited in almost every scene because the simple and intuitive dashboard makes easy the admin process and usage, maybe the only scenario where Meraki doesn't suit is for WISP for the high price of the Outdoor APS, but if you are a company who wants to implement a reliable Wi-Fi solution with advance function and simplicity of use then Meraki is for you.
Score 10 out of 10
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We have implemented the MR42 APs in our main office. The solution has provided exactly what we needed for our company. We were able to implement end user authentication via Radius, and have control of access for guest users.
  • Ease of configuration.
  • Ease of deployment.
  • For guest user access, I wish there was a simpler way to only require the guest to enter an email address to register their connection. There are too many steps to accomplish that.
Meraki will work in any environment. I have successful deployed MR APs in offices, warehouses, and outdoors in very hot and cold areas in the country. When planned and deployed correctly, it's a solution you can almost set and forget. I say almost because you always need to make sure it's up and running, but it's something you would not have to manage 24 hours a day.
It does what you configure it to do. I have had no issues standing up a Meraki solution. It's easy to configure, easy to deploy, and easy to manage. Scheduling updates is fantastic and easy to set up.
March 11, 2021

Meraki MR feedback

Score 9 out of 10
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We're deploying this kind of model for some of our customers. We have deployed devices into our headquarters and stores to configure SD Wan with 2 internet lines.
  • Dashboard
  • User consumption
  • Easy to deploy
  • ZTP
  • CLI possibilities
  • Dashboard about wifi issues
  • Wifi advice
Well suited for large or small deployments. I don't clearly know the best wifi solution. If you don't need specific or particularly advanced settings, Meraki is the best for any campus or store deployment.
Support is there, ready to be reached. Some features need to be activated by the support, which is not really the best.
Score 9 out of 10
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We use Meraki wireless access points globally in all of our offices to service guests and employee devices. Cellular connectivity within buildings and inside IDF/MDF rooms is poor, so this allows employees to easily perform WiFi calling, use their mobile devices on WiFi, etc.
  • Easy to deploy.
  • Easy to manage.
  • WAPs fail silently.
Ideal for places with small IT teams and where wireless isn't mission critical.
Score 9 out of 10
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To provide internal and external Wi-Fi network access to staff, visitors, contractors, and third-party contractors. We have this implemented at all of our sites and is used by all staff for their mobile devices, tablets, corporate laptops, and other meeting room equipment.
  • Easy administration.
  • Easy deployment.
  • Easy scale-out configuration.
  • Easy hardware upgradability.
  • Ease to integrate to AD for single sign on options.
  • A little slow on adopting the latest Wi-Fi channel and speed options.
  • Not always the cheapest device when compared with some competing companies products.
  • Cannot really manage the Wi-Fi unit on premise when you have internet access issues.
Almost any business can benefit from the ease in using Cisco Meraki Wi-Fi devices. Almost any one of the devices is capable of solving a Wi-Fi deployment need from their product catalog.
Score 10 out of 10
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The Cisco Meraki MR platform is used by the IT department to manage network access for our end-users. We centrally manage University Wireless infrastructure and, where Cisco Meraki MR switches are deployed, also the wired access.

Being that we are a small but agile IT department, we don't have an individual dedicated to the management of the network. The Cisco Meraki MR online management interface, therefore, solves multiple needs for us. Training of IT staff is simple, and all changes can be done from anywhere there is network access by whatever means is convenient at the time (phone, tablet, or laptop/PC). We do not require a specialized position for network access layer management.
  • The Cisco Meraki MR 30H access points are the standard to how wireless should be deployed in dorms
  • Quick SSID with network filtering deployments for one-time public events
  • Good reporting to track down bad actors in a network utilizing the entire OSI table
  • General experience needed in order to be proficient in basic management
  • Outside cameras provided by Meraki could have more hardware variety and capabilities.
Cisco Meraki MR is well suited for enterprise deployments where there is a well-structured refresh cycle for network equipment. I say this because depending on the budget of an IT department, they may not pay for annual support for access switches and access points and simply replace them the equipment fails. However for Cisco Meraki MR, you must pay the maintenance in order for the equipment to work and to access the cloud portal needed to manage the equipment.

Besides cost, Cisco Meraki MR is a great platform for small teams looking to simplify network management. This will free up the department to more closely work with their client's business goals instead of simply managing IT infrastructure.
The Cisco Meraki MR web interface is best in class when it comes to network management. While some networking knowledge is needed to understand what you are doing, no specialized training in any one specific operating system is required to design a whole network.
Cisco Meraki MR support is always available when needed in order to troubleshoot even the most advanced network problems.
Score 9 out of 10
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Cisco Meraki MR20 is being used in one of our branches, as we think it is the easiest way to manage a far away branch network. It helps us to manage the network remotely without an existing network engineer on site. At the same time, it gives users the ability to connect wirelessly to our network.
  • Wide range of wireless coverage
  • Good authentication methods
  • Some security features
  • Enhance the security features
  • Set a way to manage it using console
Cisco Meraki MR20 is a very good access point used for small to medium sites, and we are using it in one of our remote sites. It gives us the facility to manage it from the cloud. It also gives us great performance for user connectivity and security. So I recommended it when working with remote sites.
The devices are very stable and we have only contacted support once during the last 3 years. They were very helpful and supportive. They troubleshot our problem and finally made an RMA replace our device with a new one. There are also many materials in the knowledge base about these solutions and devices.
Score 9 out of 10
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We use Cisco Meraki across the whole organization. We manage our wireless network with it. We have separated our wireless network for different purposes and we can manage them more efficiently with this device. We have a splash page for the guest that comes to our organization, that's really helpful.
  • Web-based management
  • Easy setup
  • Intuitive to use
  • Chance to manage on premise
  • If you don't have a license, you can't use it.
I recommend using it in a large infrastructure to be managed and places in a big area or different locations. I don't recommend using it in a small office. It will work perfectly but there are other options to see first that cost less.
We had some troubleshooting with Cisco Support for Meraki and they responded fast and clearly and helped us fix the problem.