Configure DHCP in MX75

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Configure DHCP in MX75

Hello people


I would appreciate your assistance in the following matter.

We bought for our company the next hardware:


Meraki MX75

Meraki MS120-48 Ports

Meraki MR44 (Two Units)


We currently have 100 users, but i want to plan ahead, in case the company will grow.


I wsih to configure the DHCP in my MX to provide 300 ip addresses, and was wondering if the next configuration makes sense:


IP Address:

Network Address:

Usable Host IP Range: -

Broadcast Address:

Total Number of Hosts:


Number of Usable Hosts:


Subnet Mask:



IP Reservation Range: -

DHCP Client Range: -


Meraki MX (Router) -

Meraki MS (Switch) -

Meraki MR44 (First) -

Meraki MR44 (Second) -


Does this configuration look OK?

Any recommendation would be helpful 


Thank you  

Kind of a big deal

Seems perfectly OK to me!


thank you very much

Kind of a big deal

Personally….I’d have a separate scope for the management IPs of my network devices and other scopes/subnets for data, voice, wireless, servers etc

Darren O'Connor |

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.
Kind of a big deal
Kind of a big deal

@Roey1984 I'd avoid the 192. private IP range for commercial use as nearly everyone's home has that and if you want to use client VPN with split tunnelling then it really won't work well.


Better off to us - or similar as that's a lot less likely to clash.

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I didnt think about it, good idea!!


I understand

But if I reserve a range of ip`s, isn`t in the same?


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