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Documentation Digest: Dec 19th - Jan 12th

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Documentation Digest: Dec 19th - Jan 12th

Hi Community,

 

Below are the most important changes to our documentation between December 19th and January 12th:

 

MG Cellular Patch Antenna Datasheet

Change: New article

 

MG Wireless WAN Dashboard Settings

Change: New article

 

Sharing Video

Change: Added “Schedule Exports”

 

Troubleshooting Client VPN

Change: Updated “Windows Error 809” section

 

Multicast support

Change: Adding a new L3 interface on an MS390 automatically enables an IGMP querier for that VLAN.

 

Switch ACL Operation

Configuring ACLs

Change: The VLAN qualifier is not supported on the MS390. For the MS390, ACL rules with non-empty VLAN fields will be ignored.

 

Storm Control for MS

Change: On classic MS switches, if the specified type of traffic exceeds the defined limit, only excess packets will be dropped. On MS390 switches, if the specified type of traffic exceeds the defined limit, all packets will be dropped until the monitored traffic falls below the defined limit.

 

MS390 Install Guide

Change: On classic MS switches, if the specified type of traffic exceeds the defined limit, only excess packets will be dropped. On MS390 switches, if the specified type of traffic exceeds the defined limit, all packets will be dropped until the monitored traffic falls below the defined limit.

 

High Density Wi-Fi Deployments

Change: Added clarity around number of recommended SSIDs.

 

Configuring DHCP Relay

Change: Added a public-facing note stating "The MX is always going to use the subnet from the highest VLAN as the source subnet when it's sending the request to the DHCP server. If the VLAN is not shared across the VPN then the request will be dropped as it is not permitted through the tunnel."

Cameron Moody | Documentation Manager, Cisco Meraki
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