This app extends Cisco Meraki cloud management to your iOS device, letting you easily monitor your Meraki wireless, switch, security appliance, or camera network.
View the status of your network at a glance, quickly identifying healthy or offline devices. See the details of any Meraki device on your network and use live tools to verify network connectivity. Monitoring another Meraki network is as easy as selecting it right from the app.
Adding network capacity is simple: using the app, scan the barcode of your new device to add it to your network. It will automatically connect to the cloud, provision itself, and appear in your list of devices.
The most important data about your network is neatly summarized. Daily, weekly, and monthly usage graphs show traffic patterns on your network, and top client charts reveal bandwidth-hungry devices and the mix of iOS, mobile devices, and desktop platforms in your environment.
Want to see something new? Make a wish right from the app — just shake it!
Ratings and Reviews
With over a year without updates and the homepage of Meraki showing an iPhone X I’m hoping we hear something from Cisco soon. Any public announcement or at least a “we haven’t forgot. It is an integral part of our ecosystem” would be nice. I understand a mic drop type release but half of the app now doesn’t even work. Including google maps.
CRICKETS WHEN IT COMES TO APP SUPPORT
Pretty worthless for use with MDM. It used to reflect active and online clients with a Green indicator and that stopped working months ago. Been promised it will be fixed since last October and it's now January 2017. Data warning limits are sporadic and 12-15 of my 50+ lines have to be manually reset at the beginning of each month. They promised a fix there also...still waiting. Glad I only signed a 1 year contract on the MDM as I won't be renewing. For a company that is owned by a giant like Cisco they should be fixing problems not making excuses and promises they can't keep. Still no updates and now the maps appears not to work either...
No Problems, Limited Options
Been using this app to monitor our switches. Have not had any issues as of yet, but the information provided is limited. It would be nice to be able to see what port # and which switch the clients are connected to when viewing the client details. Also would be nice to see what client is connected when viewing the port details...
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.