ECMS Practice Question - April 9th

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DavidLowe
Meraki Employee

ECMS Practice Question - April 9th

WOW another week has passed us by!!

 

So here I am again with another ECMS question for you.

 

Remember to comment below with what you think is the correct answer and if you like the question / the entire initiative, leave us some kudos. See you in a week with the correct answer!

 

ECMS practice question

 

Why would you want to split an organisation into multiple networks?

 

A.) To create additional Auto-VPN domains

B.) To calculate a longer licensing co-termination date

C.) To avoid exceeding Dashboard limitations with the max number of devices per network

D.) To unlock the MSP portal navigation feature

 

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DavidLowe
Meraki Employee

Re: ECMS Practice Question - April 9th

Another week, another answer!

 

This time we were looking for...

 

C.) To avoid exceeding Dashboard limitations with the max number of devices per network

 

Thank you to All-Star Profile: UCcert for providing us with the relevant documentation and best practice guides: https://documentation.meraki.com/Architectures_and_Best_Practices/Cisco_Meraki_Best_Practice_Design

 

As a quick note there are limits of:

 

  • 25000 devices per Organisation
  • 1000 Devices per Network
  • 1 (active) MX per Network

 

Personally I haven't seen Networks / Organisations reaching these numbers (apart from the MX!!), what about you lot?

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Kind of a big deal

Re: ECMS Practice Question - April 9th

Is it one or two answers?

DavidLowe
Meraki Employee

Re: ECMS Practice Question - April 9th

Good spot, only looking for one.

 

The other answer that you might have chosen was a bit misleading (fixed)

KarstenI
Head in the Cloud

Re: ECMS Practice Question - April 9th

This is a really hard one (EDIT: no, not at all)!

Spoiler
A) Could be. If I want to have independent Auto-VPN domains, I need separate organisations.

B) That won't work

C) The device-limit per network (is it still 1000 devices?) will not change regardless how many organisations you have. And the answer is not referring to the organisation-limit of 25k (same here, still in place?) devices. BTW: is there a documentation if there are any Meraki-networks that big?

D) Well, it would give you the MSP-navigation. But for which benefit? 

I would expect the right answer to be A)

I was kind of blind and was reading that it was about splitting the organisation into multiple organisations ... OMG ... So here we go:

A) No, one organisation is one AutoVPN-Domain.

B) No, the date will not change.

C) Yes, it will give you n* the device limit per network up to the organisation-limit.

D) No, as this is only for multiple organisations. 

So the only hard part was reading the question correctly. That can also give you a "fail" for a real exam ...

cmr
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Kind of a big deal

Re: ECMS Practice Question - April 9th

Well I'm not sure I can cee an answer here 😉

UCcert
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Re: ECMS Practice Question - April 9th

https://documentation.meraki.com/Architectures_and_Best_Practices/Cisco_Meraki_Best_Practice_Design

Answer - C

 

if you want different Auto VPN domains you would use a different Organisation 

Darren O'Connor | uccert.co.uk
https://www.linkedin.com/in/darrenoconnor/

I'm not an employee of Cisco/Meraki. My posts are based on Meraki best practice and what has worked for me in the field.
Inderdeep
Head in the Cloud

Re: ECMS Practice Question - April 9th

Even for the MSP option we required multiple organizations and here, the question is for only one organization : so no with option D

 

Auto VPN uses different organizations and the option is not the part earlier , fixed by @DavidLoweso no with option A

 

Option B is not the Answer, so the answer is option C

 

By the way, @UCcert good reference doc 

Regards
Inderdeep Singh
www.thenetworkdna.com
AB_LaDigue67
Here to help

Re: ECMS Practice Question - April 9th

Let me

Spoiler
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DavidLowe
Meraki Employee

Re: ECMS Practice Question - April 9th

Another week, another answer!

 

This time we were looking for...

 

C.) To avoid exceeding Dashboard limitations with the max number of devices per network

 

Thank you to All-Star Profile: UCcert for providing us with the relevant documentation and best practice guides: https://documentation.meraki.com/Architectures_and_Best_Practices/Cisco_Meraki_Best_Practice_Design

 

As a quick note there are limits of:

 

  • 25000 devices per Organisation
  • 1000 Devices per Network
  • 1 (active) MX per Network

 

Personally I haven't seen Networks / Organisations reaching these numbers (apart from the MX!!), what about you lot?

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Inderdeep
Head in the Cloud

Re: ECMS Practice Question - April 9th

Thanks @DavidLowe , My answer was correct 🙂

Regards
Inderdeep Singh
www.thenetworkdna.com
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