I understand that an "Organization" can be a Company(customer), but i have some doubt about how to define a network in Meraki Dashboard. One "network" is defined by a set of same meraki devices(but these devices can be geographically in diferent sites)? or one "network" is a set of same meraki devices per site?
I have this doubt because I have a set of Meraki APs, they are going to be physically in diferent sites. So I am not sure if i should create one "network" for all APs or should I create one "network" per site. All this inside of the same organization.
The recommendation is typically to create a network per location. To keep the configs all in line, you can create an MR template and then bind the template to each of the individual networks.
The only networks I use that are not specifically tied to individual locations are Systems Manager network (typically one per org) and MX networks that serve entire orgs (aggregated Internet for entire school district for example).
A big differentiating factor is licensing. Licenses type is applied at the Organization level. In our case we have one building that needed an MX without Advanced Security so we had to put it in a different organization. Otherwise we just use networks the same as everyone above. Mostly one network per physical building or site. All live in our company Organization.
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A big differentiating factor is licensing. Licenses type is applied at the Organization level. In our case we have one building that needed an MX without Advanced Security so we had to put it in a different organization.
This is something we're looking at having to do as well. It would be great if Meraki would let advanced security licenses be in the same org as enterprise licenses.