Hi, I'm relatively new to Meraki and Postman. I've been playing around with Postman for a few days now and have been able to make some "Get" and "Post" requests just to get a feel as to how things work. One of the things I need to do is remove a Group Policy applied to one of our VLANs. While I could do this manually, of course, I'd rather automate it. We are talking 200+ locations here. I did speak with Meraki about doing this and while they did not have anything they could give me, they did suggest I come here and ask the community to see if anyone has done a similar thing and could provide some guidance. Does anyone have any means in doing this with Postman? I would imagine it would have to perform a "check" to see which locations have the policy, then remove if it exists. This is probably way beyond my skill level so if anyone could help out with how I could do this, that would be great. Thanks!
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Hi everyone, Our net admin left and I've been put in charge of monitoring our network. (Note I am not even really in IT so please bear with me.) I have zero experience in Meraki and I've searched all over for some solid answers to this question but I can't seem to find an answer that I understand, so I'm hoping someone can help. One of our remote sites has a 100/10 Mbps circuit. I'm simply trying to figure out how to tell how much of this circuit we are using via the Dashboard. I know I can go to Security & SD-WAN, Appliance Status, and choose the Uplink tab and I can see the live traffic from WAN1 and 2. (We are only using WAN1.) In looking at the graph, I see the traffic in real time but I don't know how to really read this graph. The left hand side of the graph shows "0Mb/s" at the bottom, and goes up to ".3Mb/s", ".6Mb/s", ".9Mb/s" and the very top shows "1.2Mb/s." Let's say the graph shows a spike to the top of the graph at 1.2Mb/s. What does this mean in relation to our 100/10 circuit? Does this mean we are literally utilizing only 1% of our circuit at the time of that spike? Other times, I'll look at the graph and it changes on the left hand side to read (again, from the bottom), "0Kb/s", "200Kb/s", 400Kb/s", "600Kb/s", and "800Kb/s" at the top. Why is this changing from Mb/s to Kb/s sometimes? Is this changing based on the amount of traffic (low or high amount of traffic) on a real time basis? So when it changes to Kb/s and I see a spike to, say, "800Kb/s", that means we are utilizing even LESS than the spike I mention above that's measured in Mb/s? (So, not even 1% of the 100Mbps circuit.) I'm just trying to figure out how much of our pipe we are using on a daily/weekly/monthly basis. 10%, 25%, 50%, etc. Can anyone lend a hand as to how to really help me understand this? If we are paying for a 100Mbps circuit, how can I tell how much of that we are actually utilizing? Thanks so much for any help anyone can provide.
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