Are devices from Get Organization Devices API all Cisco Meraki Devices?

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FredY1
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Are devices from Get Organization Devices API all Cisco Meraki Devices?

For all the devices retrieved using Get Organization Devices API (/organizations/{organizationId}/devices/  https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/api/get-organization-devices/😞

1. Are all these devices Cisco Meraki Devices?

2. Are all these device's firmwares Cisco Meraki firmwares (made by Cisco Meraki)?

 

How about the devices from Get Network Devices API (https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/api/get-network-devices/)

Thanks alot!

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alemabrahao
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It's just Meraki devices, Meraki doesn't manage other vendors.

I am not a Cisco Meraki employee. My suggestions are based on documentation of Meraki best practices and day-to-day experience.

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Brash
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The difference between the API's is in the descriptions.

 

GetNetworkDevices - List the devices assigned to a given network

GetOrganizationDevices - List the devices in an organization's inventory

Hi, thanks for reply. My main question is whether the devices from the API are all devices made by Cisco Meraki or could it be from other vendors such as Netgear?

alemabrahao
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Kind of a big deal

It's just Meraki devices, Meraki doesn't manage other vendors.

I am not a Cisco Meraki employee. My suggestions are based on documentation of Meraki best practices and day-to-day experience.

Please, if this post was useful, leave your kudos and mark it as solved.
Brash
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Only Cisco Meraki devices

sungod
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If you want to see non-Meraki devices on the network, you can use...

 

https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/api-v1/get-network-clients/

 

This returns some info on client devices, the amount of detail will vary with device manufacturer, type etc.

 

{
    "id": "k74272e",
    "mac": "22:33:44:55:66:77",
    "ip": "1.2.3.4",
    "ip6": "2001:db8:3c4d:15::1",
    "description": "Miles's phone",
    "firstSeen": 1518365681,
    "lastSeen": 1526087474,
    "manufacturer": "Apple",
    "os": "iOS",
    "user": "milesmeraki",
    "vlan": "100",
    "ssid": "My SSID",
    "switchport": "My switch port",
    "wirelessCapabilities": "802.11b - 2.4 GHz",
    "smInstalled": true,
    "recentDeviceMac": "22:33:44:55:66:77",
    "status": "Online",
    "usage": { "sent": 138, "recv": 61 },
    "namedVlan": "My VLAN",
    "adaptivePolicyGroup": "2: Infrastructure",
    "deviceTypePrediction": "iPhone SE, iOS9.3.5",
    "recentDeviceSerial": "00:11:22:33:44:55",
    "recentDeviceName": "Q234-ABCD-5678",
    "recentDeviceConnection": "Wired",
    "notes": "My AP's note",
    "ip6Local": "fe80:0:0:0:1430:aac1:6826:75ab",
    "groupPolicy8021x": "Student_Access",
    "pskGroup": "Group 1"
}
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