New Network Service Health and Roaming Analytics Features!

The Meraki dashboard team is super excited to announce the public beta launch of not one, but two brand new features today! The Network Service Health and Roaming Analytics features are both available today (03/31/23) via early access and promise to provide even more powerful and intuitive network assurance management capabilities to you, our customers.


Network Service Health


The Network Service Health tile is designed to allow you a one-stop-shop overview of your entire network environment, greatly reducing the lift of assessing network health and granting a quick monitoring and troubleshooting process.




With Network Service Health you will be able to get a comprehensive overview of all Radius, DHCP, and DNS server environments as well as a more detailed metric view. Assess overall performance with ease, while also diving deeper into specified client attempts or potential server failure reason codes.



Roaming Analytics


We understand the pain points associated with the standard process monitoring client roaming activity. The old process can be tedious and intensely manual, but with our new Roaming Analytics feature we transform the old static log of network events into an interactive and engaging dashboard view:




Roaming Analytics was built to provide a streamlined visualization of roaming behavior; relaying crucial roaming metrics such as client disconnects and roaming success rate. Additionally, it provides a time range selector tool you can use to pinpoint specific time periods or hone in on specific client activity.



How do I access these cool new features?


Find both of these new features in our Meraki dashboard Early Access program. First navigate to Organization > Early Access and opt-in by clicking the toggle buttons seen below:







Learn more about both Network Service Health and Roaming Analytics in their respective Meraki documentation pages. Thanks for trying these new features out!

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