The module that I'm using is "cisco.meraki.meraki_network", so I never explicitly called the "configTemplates" endpoint, but I kept digging. I manually retrieved the info for the network that I want to configure and I noticed that the ID for its container organization is indeed "7087539913...". When I tried retrieving the info for the "7087539913..." organization however, I got a 404 response. Maybe the organization was not API enabled? Checked using the "getOrganizations" endpoint and it is API enabled.
What could be happenning here? The organization that I want to retrieve info from is API enabled, but when I tried to use the "getOrganization" endpoint, I get a 404 response back. I'm certain that my API key should be able to retrieve all info from the Meraki API as well. Does anybody know what could be going wrong?
@Eddysanoli Did you intentionally hide the last digits of the organization ID for privacy? Or it's was done by the ansible-playbook? I just want to clarify that "7087539913..." with those dots in the string is not a valid organization ID.
As you can retrieve 'getOrganizations', you can find the full organization ID for your target organization. You can find an example output here.