Overall Satisfaction with Cisco Meraki MX
We use Cisco Meraki MX as a stand-alone network with a few ethernet items.
- Serves as a firewall
- Admin interaction
- Pricing model licensing structure
- Keeping current with modern software design
- Integrating the ability to work with other wireless systems
Do you think Cisco Meraki MX delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Cisco Meraki MX's feature set?
Did Cisco Meraki MX live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of Cisco Meraki MX go as expected?
Would you buy Cisco Meraki MX again?
- We received this at a discount and it has since helped our ROI, which was originally low
Cisco Meraki MX has been easier to use than most tools I have come across. It has integrated well with our other Meraki tools. We have many Meraki Access points (we don't own any Meraki switches, but my belief is that they would integrate very well, work very well, and bring real advantage) and we have been very happy with how they have worked together.
Cisco Meraki MX is very flexible, but scalability is limited to the original product. The MX-64 is designed for smaller networks and can only expand to a certain size. However, there are other products that would do the job.
Cisco Meraki MX is great for a small business or home office. However, it is not appropriate if you depend on a wireless connection and do not own or want to own the Meraki APs. Meraki MX works great with its own tools and integrates well between its different parts, although integrating it with other systems is more challenging.