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When are the MX's going to get a real client?

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When are the MX's going to get a real client?

I know this has been a bone of contention for years, but I am still wondering when the MX's will get a real client (Or allow AnyConnect)? We've had two bids for infrastructure quote recently where the client did not want the Meraki L2TP solution for VPN, so we've had to add ASA's to meet their needs.

 

I would have thought with the Cisco acquisition there would have been something by now....

 

 

Bob

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Re: When are the MX's going to get a real client?

Many of us are praying to the Meraki gods before we go to sleep every night for this.

Kind of a big deal

Re: When are the MX's going to get a real client?


@PhilipDAth wrote:

Many of us are praying to the Meraki gods before we go to sleep every night for this.


                                  ^- That

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Re: When are the MX's going to get a real client?

Tell me about it - it's a right pain in the proverbial.

 

Due to the poor/non existent client support we are having to implement another solution for this (Sonicwall devices currently) for our sites which we are currently in the process of moving over to Meraki based hardware (MX,MR & MS devices)

 

Very poor show Meraki - get on with it 

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