Documentation Digest: January 21st to January 25th

Meraki Employee
Meraki Employee

Documentation Digest: January 21st to January 25th



Hi Community,


Below are the most important changes to our documentation between January 21st and January 25th:


Disabling Mesh

Change:  Newly publicized article. 


Client VPN Overview

Change:  Updated to state that the AD server can be located over AVPN.


General MS Best Practices

Change:  Corrected and updated screenshots.


Alternate Management Interface on MS Devices

Change:  New article


Systems Manager Passcode Payload

Change:  New article


Samsung Knox

Change:  Updated with Systems Manager Knox support


Meraki and iOS 14 MAC Address Randomization

Change:  Updated screenshots


Configuring Clients for 802.1X and Meraki Authentication

Change:  Added Chrome OS steps, OS X steps and general layout


vMX Setup Guide for Alibaba Cloud

Change:  New article 


Run Dark Mode

Change:  Updated with AP models


SSID Tunneling and Layer 3 Roaming - VPN Concentration Configuration Guide

Change:  Added note stating SSID tunneling is supported in concentrator and routed MX modes


Deploying Highly Available vMX in Azure

Change:  Added detailed AWS specifics for HA.


Locating the Meraki Customer Number or Support Passcode

Change:  General refresh.


MI WAN Health

Change:  Update on timeline clarifications.


Guided Client VPN Troubleshooting

Change:  Newly publicized article. 


Video Retention

Change:  Clarified that video and export history would be removed when a device is removed from a network 


Adding and Removing Devices from Dashboard Networks

Change:  Added MG and MT sensors



Change:  Regarding MR30H’s, clarified that MRs will not forward DHCP traffic from other MRs.

Cameron Moody | Product Manager, Cisco Meraki
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Thanks for sharing @CameronMoody!

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