Documentation Digest: June 21st - July 21st

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Meraki Employee

Documentation Digest: June 21st - July 21st




Hi Community,


Below are the most important changes to our documentation between June 21st and July 21st:


Adaptive Policy Overview

Change: Added WiFi 6E APs to list of supported MRs.


Client Balancing

Band Steering

Wireless Mesh Networking

IPv6 Support on MR Access Points

Change: Added information on feature behavior with MR 29.x.


Enhanced Staged Upgrades

Change: New Article.


Apple Device Enrollment Program (DEP)

Change: Updated for new Assign Setting interface.


Systems Manager Agent Release Notes

Change: Added release notes for version 3.5.2.


Meraki Vision Changelog

Change: Added release notes for up to v1.6.8.


Second Generation MV Cameras: Overview and Specifications

Change: Added MV52 to Technical Breakdown table.


Multi Network Video Walls on Vision Portal [BETA]

Change: New Article.


MT12 Installation Guide - Water Detection

Change: Removed note about rubber caps. New MA-CBL-LEAK-1 don't need them anymore.

Cameron Moody | Product Manager, Cisco Meraki
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Kind of a big deal
Kind of a big deal

@CameronMoody :thanks for the update 

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Client Balancing - Cisco Meraki
> Client Balancing Behavior - MR 29.X and Newer Firmware
> An AP can only attempt to load balance the client or reject an association request two times for both active and passive client balancing.  
I've been waiting for this feature! 😍
In high-density wireless environments with many Meraki MRs, Client Balancing may in some cases continue to reject clients.
e.g. The wireless client goes to connect to MR#1 (reject) => MR#2 (reject) => MR#3 (reject) => MR#4 (reject) => MR#1 (reject) ... and so on.
It is good that a limit has been placed on the number of rejections.
I hope to improve the wireless environment!
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