You can see more information about it in
The plans are definitely there:
How to enable OpenRoaming in your network
OpenRoaming leverages the connector and authentication engine in Cisco DNA Spaces. If you’re a Cisco DNA Spaces customer, you already have OpenRoaming available. All you need to do is set up your parameters via the wizard. Once signed up, your network will automatically configure and attach to the OpenRoaming Federation.
Minimum requirements: Cisco DNA Spaces and a Cisco® or Meraki® wireless network.
I wonder if you could already do it today... You basically need DNA spaces to be the RADIUS server for your wireless networks and configure the OpenRoaming things in DNA spaces:
Thank you Brecht, that is the same documentation/url that I found as well. I am needing instructions on how to "set up your parameters via the wizard". I read in another article that referenced Hotspot2.0, that these settings were hidden in the dashboard. We are a DNA Spaces customer and have an active subscription. I can see the tile for OpenRoaming, but it appears to be in BETA at this time and there is no configuration settings visible.
Has anyone in the Meraki Community or Meraki Support group configured OpenRoaming with the dashboard yet?
Does OpenRoaming in the Meraki product just use the dashboard or does it integrate with DNA Spaces?
Understood. That is what I was trying to ascertain. Has anyone in the community set this up before and who could provide guidance. Sounds like this technology is just too new at this time (since it is in BETA). I will contact support and then post back here the response.
You may need to open a support case. Just ask them to enable HotSpot 2.0 for you on your dashboard.