@Meraki-PM-Team wrote: Continuing our mission of simplifying powerful technologies, our aim with IPv6 is to not only provide basic functionality, but to solve key challenges that are preventing wider adoption of IPv6 in the enterprise by making IPv6 truly “Meraki simple”. To this end, we have been engaging with customers and gaining additional insights into wishes, expectations, and aspirations for the Meraki IPv6 implementation. [emphasis added] I think I speak for everyone in this thread when I say that at this point, we all would have preferred basic functionality to a series of empty promises and missed deadlines with nothing to show for it. It's great that you want to release a "Meraki simple" implementation, but that won't matter when everyone stopped using your product years ago because it didn't include even basic support for decades old internet standards. You don't need to "engage with customers" to "gain additional insights" into your customers' wishes. Your customers told you their wishes loud and clear, right here in this thread, and you failed to deliver. Period. The IPv6 ship has sailed, and Meraki is at least 2 years too late to have been on it. They'll rightly be left behind with the rest of those who are too slow to adapt to an ever-evolving technological landscape. In other words: it's too late. September 2019 was too late to be just starting to put together a team to address this. December 2019 is too late for another update with no concrete progress. Add me to the list of people ripping out Meraki gear as fast as I possibly can and recommending everyone I talk to move to a better vendor while I do the same.
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We had horrible problems with the 730L - sporadic drops, sometimes for hours at a time, that we would not have with older Pantech USBs, etc. Once the 730L became Verizons main modem, that was a drag. We just couldn't use them, and now search Amazon and the like for ancient, overpriced Pantechs....because they work! I opened cases with meraki support on this but they were stumped. We are going to bring in some Feeneys to test out, but they of course are quite a bit more expensive, so some of our remote sites are not liking it. Not to mention how much more expensive the Z3C Merakis are with built in cell.
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