Implementation of Cisco Meraki SD-WAN
June 16, 2022

Implementation of Cisco Meraki SD-WAN

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Cisco Meraki SD-WAN

I have implemented Cisco Meraki SD-WAN for multiple companies, and the current problem is related to the desire to use cellular as a secondary connection. It drives rules and shaping that are not native to the focus of Cisco Meraki SD-WAN.
  • Ease of configuration
  • Cisco Meraki SD-WAN over VPN/auto VPN as opposed to using a dual connection over the public internet
  • Application shaping within Cisco Meraki SD-WAN
  • Using overlays over Cisco Meraki SD-WAN framework

Do you think Cisco Meraki SD-WAN delivers good value for the price?


Are you happy with Cisco Meraki SD-WAN's feature set?


Did Cisco Meraki SD-WAN live up to sales and marketing promises?


Did implementation of Cisco Meraki SD-WAN go as expected?


Would you buy Cisco Meraki SD-WAN again?


  • This is not an area I have visibility to as I implement for 3rd parties
This is the best use case for the product, ease of deployment, and ability to visually see the product features in a well-defined layout.
We have helped many businesses streamline their network operation by implementing Meraki full stacks.
We push the limits on scalability by deploying hub and spoke technology to locations with up to 10000 networks. There have been some challenges, but we are happy with the partnership moving forward.
The feature set is comparable. It comes down to pricing and customer selection.
It is well suited in environments that are co-managed with a client. Its visual representation is easy for others to understand. It would not be well suited for environments that require split routing as this complicated the overall design with some traffic using the SD-WAN interface and other traffic taking a different path.