Hello all, I am trying to reproduce a security configuration on our Meraki wireless on a wired network that would consist of Regular Cisco switches and I assume a single armed Meraki MX, I am wondering if it is in any way possible d (see attached) - basically the end result of this configuration: any device that is on our Meraki MDM is allowed to access this SSID via certificate authentication, all other devices receive a login prompt (that only has admin users anyway) and even then only allows MDM enrollment effectively blocking all non enrolled devices.
I don't know of a way.
A possible solution is to use 802.1x authentication (which can use certificates) to validate that computers are domain members before connecting them.
Wired MS support for Sentry 802.1X is coming in MS firmware 10.X which is currently available as a beta. It does not currently support Windows however (so I guess it's only Mac currently). This would require MS switches though.
I don't believe it's possible to achieve what you're looking to do without using MS switches and the new Sentry support.
This is definitely possible if you are also using Cisco ISE. The idea is that Cisco ISE can talk to Meraki Systems Manager to see what devices are currently provisioned and secure, then providing access to that device via 802.1x.
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