Is there a way to extract specific configuration components in an organization.

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bkraut
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Is there a way to extract specific configuration components in an organization.

Hello,

 

Fairly new to Meraki and trying to establish if there is a facility to generate some sort of report for all network in an organization as relates to a particular element. 


For example if I have an organisation, with say 800+ networks on it, and I'd forgotten to set the local time zone (national customer with choice of 4 different timezones, can I  get a report showing all the network and their current setting. 

 

This allows one not to have to go and look at each of those 800+ sites, one by one, and check that it is correct. Following is the specific field I'm looking for in this example.

 

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Thank you in advance for any and all guidance you may be able to provide.

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Bruce
Kind of a big deal

@bkraut, I think you’re going to need to get your head around APIs. You can get the timezone with the Get Network endpoint, https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/api-v1/#!get-network. I reckon rather than checking 800+ networks manually, spend the time doing the DevNet Python introduction, and the DevNet Meraki Dashboard API introduction. You’ll learn some new skills and it will be more fun.

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Inderdeep
Kind of a big deal

@bkraut : Check this out of it helps 

https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/api-v1/#!get-network-alerts-settings

 

Regards
Inderdeep Singh
www.thenetworkdna.com ( Awarded by Cisco IT Blogs award 2020)

Hello,

 

Thanks for that. I'm not quite to the level of DevNet API solutions at present, but definitely looks very useful in future. I am grateful for your taking the time to respond. 

 

Have a great day.


Bob K

Inderdeep
Kind of a big deal

@bkraut : API is the best way to do that , good luck buddy 

Regards
Inderdeep Singh
www.thenetworkdna.com ( Awarded by Cisco IT Blogs award 2020)

Thanks mate, reading/learning about it on DevNet now.

Bruce
Kind of a big deal

@bkraut, I think you’re going to need to get your head around APIs. You can get the timezone with the Get Network endpoint, https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/api-v1/#!get-network. I reckon rather than checking 800+ networks manually, spend the time doing the DevNet Python introduction, and the DevNet Meraki Dashboard API introduction. You’ll learn some new skills and it will be more fun.

PhilipDAth
Kind of a big deal

Not for that particular field that I am aware of.

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