I couldn't get Meraki to work as we are behind a proxy! The actual wireless works well but my brief was for the BYOD and public networks, as meraki does not push proxy settings to clients (iPads etc) I doe have all the ports and proxy settings required as I worked a lot with meraki on this one.
hope this helps
IP Addresses: 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124
UDP ports: 7351
TCP ports: 80, 443, 7734, 7752
Synchronize time with the following addresses:
IP Addresses: 0.pool.ntp.org, 1.pool.ntp.org, 2.pool.ntp.org
UDP ports: 123
126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52, *.amazon.com - TCP ports 80, 443, 993, 60000-61000
184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168 - TCP port 443
* - TCP ports 2195, 2196, 5223
22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199 - TCP port 443
* - TCP port 5228
Let Me Know if I can help further as got about 4 months of e-mails backwards and forwards to Meraki and our LEA about the proxy's
Just played a bit more with ours today and updated ours, now they enrol ok and appear as they should in the console. Had to remove the meraki from three ipads and reinstall it to get it to take the profile but all fine now. We have not updated them to IOS7 but they do add the wifi connection etc ok and our connection to the net is via proxy.
Hi TechSupp, How did you get it to allocate proxy setttings to iPads etc any help would be appreciated as I couldn't get this to work nor the main techie from Meraki
Originally Posted by TechSupp
I just added it via the control panel settings and they picked the school wifi as soon as I took them in. Due to earlier issues I did enrol them through my home wifi initially by manuall adding the settings (no proxy) then set them up and as I said as soon as I took them into school it worked. So no special things done, maybe it was because I had a wifi set although how would you enrol it first anyway? Sorry cant be anymore enlightening than that, please ask if you want me to check anything.
Same here (other than the home enrollment part as I managed to enroll them all in school). Initially I had to add on the Wireless settings manually to get to the m.meraki.com page, but then all the iPads picked up the wireless settings from the profile setup within the Meraki interface online.
Originally Posted by TechSupp
The page looks like this:
I've applied that to the standard profile that all the iPads get, then any locking down and different settings is done in another profile where I don't add the wireless details into so it defaults back to that one.
Could you get the BYOD to pick up settings for the proxy without enrolment?
Ah, get what you mean now .. no, I couldn't manage that, but I'm only using Meraki for tracking and managing the school's iPads ..
Originally Posted by DaveCoop
Just thinking on, would the way to do the proxy thing not to be to tell staff they must turn on auto detect and then use WPAD or something via DHCP to deploy a .pac file out that will set up their device for the proxy when on site?
We have various NHS professionals who come into our school, so there is a hidden wireless network they can couple to that they know the details for, I just tell them to make sure the Auto Detect Setting is turned on (and if they don't know how, I show them) then it picks up the proxy settings and applies them.
The only other thing you could do would be to set BYOD devices to go to a certain VLAN and have all traffic from that piped through a proxy.