Bit of a random question (Sorry if it seems obvious - I don't wanna start out doing it one way then realise in a few weeks I should have done it another) - I'm going to add our laptops, desktops and iPads to Meraki. Should I create 3 different networks to manage the 3 different types of hardware or is it better to keep it all combined within one network?
I can't think of any good reason why you would separate them. You can apply your own tags to devices so you can easily filter according to device type if required.
Sorry, another arb question:
188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11 - TCP port 443
* - TCP ports 2195, 2196, 5223
Is my understanding correct - I need to open port 443 to 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124 & 126.96.36.199 and I need to open 2195, 2196 & 5223 to ALL IPs?
I've definitely done something wrong somewhere.
I've just downloaded the Meraki App onto my iPhone and enrolled myself and I'm getting the "Waiting for MDM enrollment to complete" message.
I'm connected to 3G so no firewalls or port forwarding issues :(
Well submitted all the ports and Amazon IP for us to the LA and they duly sorted it out for my schools, checked a tablet and it updated and checked in which it never did before. Need to do some more testing when I get chance.
I have a question for you all! Any help would be great!
So I have my test iPad which I am trying to enrol on to Meraki. So I do the goto m.meraki.com and put in my code and install the profile. Great!! My iPad shows up in system manage I click on it and its all there. all the info about my iPad.
So i am think yes it has worked!!! NO NO NO I tried to lock my iPad and nothing just sits at pending, same goes for everything I try to do.
I am thinking it is being block coming in to our school because I am sending the command from my Mac that is on a public connection and my iPad is on a restricted connection
What do you guys think?
Have similar issues, seems to work...but not quite. Have had all the settings set on the LA, new ones don't seem to enrol but...exiting ones I did off site are able to refresh to the console at school and I managed to set an app to install on the android tablet and it appeared as a notification to install at school just fine. iPads that are enrolled (IOS6) have a similar thing, I know that they are enrolled, they report their position but don't show in the console that they have connected recently and their status icon is grey whereas some of the android tablets do show green status icons? I know the iPads are not turned off as I asked they to be left on so that I could check their location if "borrowed"!
We get our connection from Doncaster LA, they were actually quite helpful when I put the request in for the ports and amazon ip etc. wish it wold work fully mind. May just go to an iPad and manually get it to refresh and see what I does. Enrolling is not a big issue here as not many tablets and if we get more would not be many at a time.
If you're wanting to use Meraki to manage your desktops / laptops then you will find it hard as one way or another, you need to go through the proxies with CLEO, which means that because the desktop app (the little MSI you can download from Meraki) doesn't pick up on system proxies, nor does it allow you any way of injecting proxy settings into it (and it's not something Meraki are looking to support just yet by the looks of it) then you're going to really struggle.
I still cant get our iPads to enrol. Well I can get them to enrol through the m.meraki.com web page but in the manage side I have no control over the iPad that I have enrol. Its just says "Client synchronization is not yet complete" If CLEO have open the ports it must be something on site.