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Please introduce yourself [Aug 2017 - Feb 2019]

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Hello Meraki Community!

 

In July, I will celebrate 10 years at Cisco!  Woo hoo! For the last 9 years, I have been a Systems Engineer working on the NC Public Sector team out of RTP.  I work with K-12, Higher Ed and Local Government entities.

 

Meraki is my favorite acquisition in my tenure.  Meraki has made the biggest impact on my Home Network and on my ability to help customers manage their Networks.

 

I suffer from Meraki Dashboard addiction - please send help!

 

All the Best,

 

Eli 

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Thanks Carol
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Hi, my name is Nate and I am the Technology Director at a small school district. I have 2 buildings I’m responsible for. I have just finished converting our JH/HS building to all Meraki equipment (6 Meraki switches, 27 access points, MX100 security appliance). The Elementary building is my next project. Right now I have a MX100 and 15 access points in that building. I am here to meet other Meraki fans like myself and to seek guidance when needed.

 

Thanks

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@Jason_P_Beal wrote:

Hey all- I am a CCNP Collaboration and CMNA Engineer in Maine playing with different collab technologies and troubleshooting SIP trunks, building Call Managers and Spark PBXs, etc. Outside of that I play guitar and drums in a surf rock band, record music, go boating/fishing and I tinker with electronics. You can also find me on various social media platforms as JasonBealVoIP if you want to talk media streams or codecs!

 @Jason_P_Beal - very nice to meet you, and welcome to the Meraki Community!

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@Eli_Gelber wrote:

 In July, I will celebrate 10 years at Cisco! Woo hoo! For the last 9 years, I have been a Systems Engineer working on the NC Public Sector team out of RTP.  I work with K-12, Higher Ed and Local Government entities.

Wow, congratulations on the 10-year anniversary!

 

Meraki is my favorite acquisition in my tenure.  Meraki has made the biggest impact on my Home Network and on my ability to help customers manage their Networks.

That's great to hear!!

 

I suffer from Meraki Dashboard addiction - please send help!

There is no cure. However, I do hope that your next addiction is the Meraki Community. 😀

 

Have a great evening!

- Caroline 

Caroline S | Community Manager, Cisco Meraki | @merakicaroline
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@TechGuy84 wrote:

Hi, my name is Nate and I am the Technology Director at a small school district. I have 2 buildings I’m responsible for. I have just finished converting our JH/HS building to all Meraki equipment (6 Meraki switches, 27 access points, MX100 security appliance). The Elementary building is my next project. Right now I have a MX100 and 15 access points in that building. I am here to meet other Meraki fans like myself and to seek guidance when needed.


Hi @TechGuy84 and welcome to the Meraki Community! Best of luck in your elementary school deployment - and if you run into any snags or questions, please don't hesitate to ask our friendly community.

 

Have a great evening!
- Caroline

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Hi Everyone,

 

I'm Chris and work at Structured Communication Systems in the Pacific Northwest as a Systems Engineer. We are a Cisco/Meraki partner and a VAR/MSP, offering, security and networking solutions, systems and storage solutions, cloud offerings, and a 24/7 managed services department. I work mostly in security/networking and work with Meraki products frequently, so I'm excited to utilize this new community for suggestions when things get hairy.

 

I look forward to working with everyone! Smiley Happy

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Hi, my name is Jerry and I am a Cisco CCNP wireless and Meraki CMNA engineer.  I work at Heartland Business Systems which is a Cisco/Meraki Partner and reseller in Little Chute, WI.  Meraki has been a great solution for us and I have well over 75 customers that I support ( and growing weekly).  I love watching Meraki wireless evolve and release new features and products.  Meraki has made the role as a consultant, to stay on top of the client's environment and quickly address issues, much easier.  

 

Thank you.

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@wreti wrote:

I'm Chris and work at Structured Communication Systems in the Pacific Northwest as a Systems Engineer. We are a Cisco/Meraki partner and a VAR/MSP, offering, security and networking solutions, systems and storage solutions, cloud offerings, and a 24/7 managed services department. I work mostly in security/networking and work with Meraki products frequently, so I'm excited to utilize this new community for suggestions when things get hairy

 


Welcome to the Meraki Community, @wreti! You're right, this community is great for suggestions when things get hairy. Maybe instead of having an astronaut as our unofficial mascot, we should have some sort of hairy beast. (🦁? 🐻? 👹? 🦍?)

 

Cheers!

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@GB4Meraki wrote:

Hi, my name is Jerry and I am a Cisco CCNP wireless and Meraki CMNA engineer.  I work at Heartland Business Systems which is a Cisco/Meraki Partner and reseller in Little Chute, WI.  Meraki has been a great solution for us and I have well over 75 customers that I support ( and growing weekly).  I love watching Meraki wireless evolve and release new features and products.  Meraki has made the role as a consultant, to stay on top of the client's environment and quickly address issues, much easier.  

 


Hi @GB4Meraki and welcome to the Meraki Community! We're glad to hear that Meraki has made your life easier. If any issues or questions should arise, please don't hesitate to ask our friendly community.

 

Cheers!

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Hi everyone, I'M Ron and I work for Cisco in the North Texas Territory Region. 

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@RonG wrote:

Hi everyone, I'M Ron and I work for Cisco in the North Texas Territory Region. 


Hi @RonG and welcome to the Meraki Community! It's always great to have our Cisco brethren here!

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Hi Everyone,

 

To start off my name is Dustin and I work for a company known as cloudIT. I help to strategically plan, setup and implement networks for a variety of customers. If you ever feel like you need a helping hand let me know. 

 

Thanks everyone! 

Cloud Network Engineer | cloudIT
Certified Meraki Networking Associate

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Hello Everyone,

 

My name is Eissam Khoury and I am working in Technical Support on YEDA  Team at Cellcom & Netvision.

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@NSGuru wrote:

To start off my name is Dustin and I work for a company known as cloudIT. I help to strategically plan, setup and implement networks for a variety of customers. If you ever feel like you need a helping hand let me know. 

 


Hi @NSGuru and welcome to the Meraki Community! You might enjoy perusing the Unanswered Questions here on the community to see if you can lend a hand.


Cheers!

Caroline S | Community Manager, Cisco Meraki | @merakicaroline
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@Eissam_Khoury wrote:

My name is Eissam Khoury and I am working in Technical Support on YEDA  Team at Cellcom & Netvision.


Hello @Eissam_Khoury and welcome to the Meraki Community! We're glad you have joined us; please don't hesitate to ask technical questions in our Product & Technology boards. We also have contests once or twice a month, which are announced in Community Announcements.

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Figure seeing how I have waded into the community I might as well introduce myself.

 

I'm a system administrator for a school district in Oregon. I handle the MDM side for the district and we manage over 4500 iPads in a 1 to 1 deployment. I was instrumental in implementing MR34s throughout every classroom in the district, climbing a ladder to hang 200 APs in a week before school was fun. 

 

I've worked closely with both Apple and Meraki in the past to help shape and troubleshoot how Apple School Manager/ Apple Classroom and Meraki play together and love the auto-tagging features that have arrived with ASM.

 

If you ever have any questions about how we do things in the district feel free to reach out and I'll let you know how I've done things and lessons I have learned.

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@vassallon wrote:

If you ever have any questions about how we do things in the district feel free to reach out and I'll let you know how I've done things and lessons I have learned.


Hello @vassallon and welcome to the Meraki Community. Thank you so much for offering your knowledge and experience to your fellow members, and for the posts you've made thus far in the Endpoint Management board!

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Thanks Caroline ill go check it out!!! 

Cloud Network Engineer | cloudIT
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thanks !!
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Hi there!

I´m David and i am from Iceland. I am planning to study CCNA and more but at the moment i´m just learning on some cisco gear that i bought and am playing with at home.

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@Dandri wrote:

I´m David and i am from Iceland. I am planning to study CCNA and more but at the moment i´m just learning on some cisco gear that i bought and am playing with at home.


Hi @Dandri and welcome to the Meraki Community! Do you have any Cisco Meraki gear, or just Cisco?

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Thank you @CarolineS

 

I have a mr18 AP plus two non meraki switches at the moment but i am planning on getting more meraki gear later since i like it a lot.

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@Dandri wrote:

Thank you @CarolineS

 

I have a mr18 AP plus two non meraki switches at the moment but i am planning on getting more meraki gear later since i like it a lot.


That's great to hear, @Dandri! If you have any questions as you start getting familiar with the Meraki setup, please don't hesitate to ask them in our Product and Technology boards.

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*Waves* 

 

  Hi, I’m Rick, IT Director for the Village of Plainfield in Illinois.  I’m a new Meraki user (wireless and MDM).

 

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Hi Everyone!

Haydn here, I'm a 'Network Technician' at a Non-Profit on the south coast of England (Hamble-Le-Rice, Southampton). We currently have Meraki AP's, Switches and SM. Potentially looking at the MX's in the future.

 

I've been a lurking for a bit so good to post at last! 

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@RKacz1 wrote:

*Waves* 

 

  Hi, I’m Rick, IT Director for the Village of Plainfield in Illinois.  I’m a new Meraki user (wireless and MDM).

 


*Waves Back - WITH AN EMOJI!* 👋 

 

Welcome to the Meraki Community, @RKacz1! Please don't hesitate to ask any questions of our friendly community. Enjoy the rest of your Friday!

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@Haydn wrote:

Hi Everyone!

Haydn here, I'm a 'Network Technician' at a Non-Profit on the south coast of England (Hamble-Le-Rice, Southampton). We currently have Meraki AP's, Switches and SM. Potentially looking at the MX's in the future.

 

I've been a lurking for a bit so good to post at last! 


Hi @Haydn and welcome to the Meraki Community! Thanks for posting! Sounds like you may well join the Meraki Full-Stack club soon. Ooh, that gives me a good idea for a community profile badge... 

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Hello I'm Dwight, a sysadmin, developer, general dogsbody and massive Meraki fan. I manage several Meraki networks, including one at my own home!

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Hi everyone!!

 

My name is Carmelo and I am from the beatiful island of Puerto Rico.

 

I became a Meraki Partner before the Cisco aquisition, so it was love at first sight.

 

After that, Meraki has been our #1 solution for Security Appliances and Wireless Networks.

 

Looking forward for more successful years to come!!

 

 

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@DwightD wrote:

Hello I'm Dwight, a sysadmin, developer, general dogsbody and massive Meraki fan. I manage several Meraki networks, including one at my own home!


Hi @DwightD and welcome to the Meraki Community! I just had to look up the word "dogsbody," so thanks for teaching me something today (here's the wikipedia entry). If you have any Meraki-related questions, please don't hesitate to ask them in our Product and Technology boards.

 

Cheers!

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@ccruz wrote:

My name is Carmelo and I am from the beatiful island of Puerto Rico.

I became a Meraki Partner before the Cisco aquisition, so it was love at first sight.

After that, Meraki has been our #1 solution for Security Appliances and Wireless Networks. 

Looking forward for more successful years to come!!


Hi Carmelo, and welcome to the Meraki Community! We are so glad to hear you are enjoying your Meraki experience. Please don't hesitate to ask any Meraki-related questions you may have - or share your expertise - in our Product and Technology boards.

 

Cheers!

 

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Hello everyone!

I'm Steven (as you probably figured from the username). Working in networking pre-sales for an IT reseller. Started at the company just over 5 years ago, around the same time when Cisco made the acquisition, which was also when we started to sell Meraki.

Just completed the CMNA course last week, should have done it ages ago but cancelled due to laptop issues as well as finding the time. Really good course and was worth the wait... using that dashboard is certainly a lot nicer than having to use CLI!

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Hello, everyone.

 

I work for Cisco in the US Partner Organization as an Enterprise Networking Technical Solutions Architect (say that 3 times fast).  I'm a Route/Switch CCIE, and have been in the industry.... well, a very long time.  In Cisco, I try to keep up with all of our route, switch, wireless, data center & collaboration products and solutions.

 

I started as a programmer and switched to networking later in my career.  My hobbies are network programmability, home automation & volunteering as an official for USA Swimming.

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@ecoen wrote:

I work for Cisco in the US Partner Organization as an Enterprise Networking Technical Solutions Architect (say that 3 times fast).  I'm a Route/Switch CCIE, and have been in the industry.... well, a very long time.  In Cisco, I try to keep up with all of our route, switch, wireless, data center & collaboration products and solutions.

 

I started as a programmer and switched to networking later in my career.  My hobbies are network programmability, home automation & volunteering as an official for USA Swimming.


Hi @ecoen and welcome to the Meraki Community!

 

It's great to have more of our Cisco brethren here. If you're interested in home automation, you may enjoy these threads: Meraki & Amazon Alexa Integration and Cisco Meraki Presence Based Remote Control.

 

Cheers!

Caroline S | Community Manager, Cisco Meraki | @merakicaroline
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Hey Everyone,

 

My name is Daniel, I am the Social Media Manager for Hummingbird Networks, a Meraki Partner.

 

I love all things social media, and come from a direct-to-consumer marketing background; so this audience is a bit new to me.  Looking forward to getting to know you all a little better and contributing in any way I can!

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@DanK wrote:

My name is Daniel, I am the Social Media Manager for Hummingbird Networks, a Meraki Partner.

 

I love all things social media, and come from a direct-to-consumer marketing background; so this audience is a bit new to me.  Looking forward to getting to know you all a little better and contributing in any way I can!


Welcome, @DanK and thanks for joining the Meraki Community! You may get a kick out of some of our "fun" threads in the Off the Stack board, like the "Before and After" pictures and Where in the world has your Meraki swag been? Take a look! We also run a lot of (perhaps Tweetable? :-)) contests & promotions, which are announced via the Community Announcements blog.

 

Cheers!

Caroline S | Community Manager, Cisco Meraki | @merakicaroline
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Hello Everyone!!

 

    My name is Martin Privat and I am a Sales Engineer for an MSP/ISP. While not keeping an eye on our fine Sales Folks I enjoy live music and being active outdoors-

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@Mprivat wrote:

My name is Martin Privat and I am a Sales Engineer for an MSP/ISP. While not keeping an eye on our fine Sales Folks I enjoy live music and being active outdoors-


Welcome, Martin! Those sales folks can indeed be wily :-)

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Hi Everyone,

 

Tyron here from JB HiFi Solutions i work in the connectivity practice team and we're currently one of Meraki's biggest partners here in Australia. We specialise in everything from professional services, managed services, telco and AV. 

 

https://solutions.jbhifi.com.au/

 

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@Tytan wrote:

Tyron here from JB HiFi Solutions i work in the connectivity practice team and we're currently one of Meraki's biggest partners here in Australia. We specialise in everything from professional services, managed services, telco and AV. 


Hi @Tytan and welcome to the Meraki Community! Please don't hesitate to dive right in to the Product & Technology discussions to ask any Meraki questions that may come up in your work — or lend your knowledge by chiming in on the unanswered questions.

 

Have a great day!

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Hi everyone, i'm Lorenzo and i work like System Engineer based on Meraki solutions. Usually i work on installation of Meraki devices in Africa.

Regards

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@LorenzoPalma wrote:

Hi everyone, i'm Lorenzo and i work like System Engineer based on Meraki solutions. Usually i work on installation of Meraki devices in Africa.

Regards


Welcome to the Meraki Community, @LorenzoPalma! If you have any technical questions, please feel free to ask them in our Product & Technology discussions. Also, if you have interesting installation stories to tell, we'd love to hear them in the Off the Stack board (which is for general Meraki-related topics).

 

Have a wonderful day!

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Hey you all!

 

I am Janne Mikola, Product Manager for Telia SD-WAN service. From Telia, obviously. In case someone is not familiar with Telia, we are a service provider from Nordics + Baltics, but we do operate globally with our Telia Carrier function and in the matter of fact based on sheer amount of IP transit, Telia typically ranks top 1 or 2 in the world. We are also so-called "tier 1" operator.

 

I'm an SDN enthusiast, I wrote my Master's thesis on SDN Nothbound APIs some years ago and since then it has been even referenced twice in peer reviewed academic IEEE papers, which is kind of cool to me at least. I'm mostly interested in Meraki from the SD-WAN capability angle. E.g. cameras and phones don't interest me so much. MX devices for the most part.

 

Just earned my CMNA a couple of days ago and looking to get accepted to CMNO as well.

 

(Someone should try to clarify the difference of CMNA and CMNO somewhere better than it has been done. A very simple question for example: which one is more valued? Or a higher level certification? I did read that CMNO will move to an exam based model in couple of months, and it already has unique certification IDs so even though it's online, I'm leaning towards the idea that CMNO > CMNA. Typically people are stating other way around in these forums.)

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@jannemikola wrote:

 

Just earned my CMNA a couple of days ago and looking to get accepted to CMNO as well.

 

(Someone should try to clarify the difference of CMNA and CMNO somewhere better than it has been done. A very simple question for example: which one is more valued? Or a higher level certification? I did read that CMNO will move to an exam based model in couple of months, and it already has unique certification IDs so even though it's online, I'm leaning towards the idea that CMNO > CMNA. Typically people are stating other way around in these forums.)


Welcome Janni

 

If you have CMNA, that is broadly equivalent to CMNO, except A comes before O and some CMNOs would rather have a CMNA!

 

Based on your Telia experience and academic qualifications, you probably want to aim yourself at Meraki Masters rather than an exam that you could pass without ever having had access to an MX. Presumably you also have MIEEE and MACM?

 

I cannot recall if Telia offers managed services, but the Meraki kit is a very good fit to the requirements in that sector.

 

Personally, I would like to see the VoIP offering expanded to Europe (Spanish, German, French and Italian versions released), but the product as presently set up is not a very good fit for European requirements (no surprise there).

 

What we do need is more people asking Meraki to get on with SHA-2, IPv6 and multicast the way many of the ISPs offer it (IGMP-proxy).

Robin St.Clair | Principal, Caithness Analytics | @uberseehandel
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Hi, I'm Erik, CEO of a small nonprofit agency in Kansas.  Having started this project from the ground up myself in 2004 as a "locel" project has taken me by storm, growing into a nationwide organization this past 2 years.  I provide publicly displaced persons, primarily mentally ill and homeless persons/families crisis intervention of some king, all dependent on each individual situation.  I do this because I love people.  I love helping the less fortunate than myself.

 

I am also retired after a 25 year career with AT&T as one of the executive assistants to the AT&T Kansas President.  Therefore I have a big interest in the success of international telecommunication companies and remain fascinated by the ever evolving technology.

 

Having said that, and having also been a Cisco customer for 20 years, when the Meraki/Cisco project launched, I must say that I have gotten a bit addicted to learning the cloud structuring of communications - all of which you all do an excellent job at.  I like Meraki because you are a no nonsense, more plug and play system - meaning that you are user friendly, and you can still give quality customer services at a very medium price point.

 

Actually as well, I am getting ready to transition my agency from a traditional VOIP carrier to the Meraki/Cisco project after I learn what you all do and how you do it - how to optimize a custom system for my agency.  If there are any Meraki/Cisco experts/managers out there that have worked with small nonprofits/smaller public service agencies, that you private message me on here - I would love to get some final opinions before launching Meraki - especially those knowledgeable on the Meraki/Cisco hardware setup.  The hardware is ming boggling to me and I am truly having a hard time sorting out what does what because the entire hardware lineup is so multifunctional.  So please email/message me on here - I need some final input here.  If any reader here handles the State of Kansas where I am I would like to speak with you to at least get the ball rolling.  I am thinking at this point of starting out with your free trial.  I am also taking recommendations on carriers that provide services that work in sync with Meraki products.  If I have it right, I guess there are many 3 party VOIP/internet providers that can power your systems.

 

Have a wonderful week and I look forward to all of your replies.

 

Peace, 

 

Erik

Erik

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@jannemikola wrote:

 

(Someone should try to clarify the difference of CMNA and CMNO somewhere better than it has been done. A very simple question for example: which one is more valued? Or a higher level certification? I did read that CMNO will move to an exam based model in couple of months, and it already has unique certification IDs so even though it's online, I'm leaning towards the idea that CMNO > CMNA. Typically people are stating other way around in these forums.)


Hi @jannemikola and welcome to the Meraki Community! We're glad you have found us!

 

To answer your question about CMNA vs CMNO - CMNA and CMNO are roughly equivalent, but CMNA is directed at Cisco / Meraki partners, whereas CMNO is for customers (the "O" stands for "Operator"). If you have your CMNA, you do not also need a CMNO; the content is very similar. I'll give your feedback to the team about the need for greater clarity describing these two certifications.

 

Also, stay tuned for some additional training programs the team is working on! 

 

Cheers!

Caroline S | Community Manager, Cisco Meraki | @merakicaroline
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@Erikjon wrote:

Hi, I'm Erik, CEO of a small nonprofit agency in Kansas.  Having started this project from the ground up myself in 2004 as a "locel" project has taken me by storm, growing into a nationwide organization this past 2 years.  I provide publicly displaced persons, primarily mentally ill and homeless persons/families crisis intervention of some king, all dependent on each individual situation.  I do this because I love people.  I love helping the less fortunate than myself.

 Hi @Erikjon and welcome to the Meraki Community! We're glad you have found us. This nonprofit you have created sounds amazing!

 

Actually as well, I am getting ready to transition my agency from a traditional VOIP carrier to the Meraki/Cisco project after I learn what you all do and how you do it - how to optimize a custom system for my agency.  If there are any Meraki/Cisco experts/managers out there that have worked with small nonprofits/smaller public service agencies, that you private message me on here - I would love to get some final opinions before launching Meraki - especially those knowledgeable on the Meraki/Cisco hardware setup. 

This sounds like a great project! I'd recommend that you post your questions in our Off the Stack board, which is for general Meraki-related topics. 

 

Cheers!

Caroline S | Community Manager, Cisco Meraki | @merakicaroline
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Hi, my name is Gerhard, I work for World Vision, I am based in Bolivia and we are Meraki users. I am also a CMNO, I am here to help and to learn.

 

Greetings.