I would think the architecture is that the client talks to the meraki web servers and not the other way round.
I've just installed it on my PC which has a different direct internet connection via a smoothwall firewall install and it instantly reported itself so something being blocked possibly by or education internet supplier.
Trouble is getting that info from meraki.
Installed and working ok here through our LEA connection.
The iOS control is quite interesting, if a little basic at the moment. Could come in handy, definitely.
Last edited by plexer; 17th May 2012 at 05:00 PM.
EDIT: thats for there wireless AP as they have a cloud based controller so you can just send a AP to somebody and they can plugin and it finds the controller and can be configured remotely. Which is why we where looking to start with.
Last edited by glennda; 17th May 2012 at 04:39 PM.
Yeah I read it and saw it was talking about the AP's but I was on the phone to the meraki guy for 20 minutes and that's the article he's linked me to.
I've just emailed him back to check but as you're still connecting into the meraki cloud infrastructure it could be that it's the same settings.
The man from meraki says yes same settings.
Blocked by BGFL here, no clients reporting in the console. Shame
TCP anipaddress:55728 checkip-iad:http SYN_SENT
TCP anipaddress:55753 checkip-lax:http SYN_SENT
Last edited by CHR1S; 18th May 2012 at 10:24 AM.
seems really good, cant get the find my iphone type functionality to work but everything else seems fine.
Been given the same document as you guys for ports, will ring the LEA
We are in the process of becoming a Meraki Partner so hopefully once we have had a chance to play with the wireless and Management more will be able to post information on how it works.
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