We are proud to announce four new MX models to our portfolio!
MX95 & MX105 (Front)
Introducing the next generation Meraki MX75, MX85, MX95, and MX105 enterprise security appliances that are designed for distributed deployments that require remote administration across medium branch environments. These are ideal for network administrators who demand both ease of deployment and a state-of-the-art feature set. The next generation MX models focus on gigabit and multi gigabit throughput capabilities and bring SFPs ports for their WAN interfaces.
The MX75 comes in the popular sleek desktop form factor that fits in many environments.
The MX85/95/105 come in the traditional 1U rack mount form factor.
Gigabit throughput on MX75 and MX85
Multi-gigabit throughput on MX95 and MX105
PoE+ (802.3at) on the WAN interface for MX85/95/105 to pair with your new MG41!
SFP ports on the WAN interfaces in additional to existing RJ45 ports
2.5G mGig RJ45 ports on the MX95/105 WAN interfaces
Dual redundant power supplies and replaceable fans on the MX105
MX75 features a cooler desktop design to reduce heat on the top cover (in comparison with the MX68) with a nearly silent passive fan.
MX85 (1U) design features a completely silent operation. No active fans for a quiet operating environment.
Product Link: Model Comparison
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Greetings @Nash and @DQ-Cisco , "Brand new" here means that the unit is new from the distribution center, or never unboxed, and never upgraded. The brand new units will come with an older firmware on it that has a risk of becoming inoperable if it is upgraded directly to the MX14-45 to MX14-50 RC firmwares. We recommended that networks upgrade the unit to MX14-40 GA first. Essentially, the recommended prerequisite for MX14-45 to MX14-50 RC versions is a MX14-40 GA base for these factory fresh units. We are working on a fix that will be sometime soon in the next MX14.5X version that will make this prerequisite not needed. If you follow this upgrade process, it is safe for these units to run MX14-50 RC. As per any new firmware, please note any outstanding bugs that are still present in MX14-50 RC or whichever firmware you intend to upgrade to.
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