Yes, you can certainly set up your Cisco Meraki MX75, MS210, and APs at home and then move them to another location. This is one of the benefits of Meraki's cloud-managed nature - devices can be configured remotely before they're physically deployed. Regarding the public IP address change, it won't be a problem. The Meraki devices are designed to automatically check in with the Meraki Cloud Controller, no matter what their public IP address is. When you move the devices to a new location, they will simply use the new public IP address assigned by the ISP at the new location to connect to the Meraki Cloud Controller. Here are the steps you would typically follow: Register your devices in the Meraki Dashboard and add them to a network. Configure the devices as required for your network setup. Test the devices to ensure they are working as expected. When you're ready to move the devices to the new location, simply disconnect them, move them, and reconnect them at the new site. Once the devices have internet connectivity at the new site, they will automatically connect to the Meraki Cloud Controller using the new site's public IP address. Remember to ensure that the necessary firewall rules and ports are open at the new site to allow the Meraki devices to communicate with the Meraki Cloud Controller. If there are any restrictions on outgoing connections, you may need to adjust those to allow the devices to connect. Also, keep in mind that if you are using features that depend on the public IP address (like static IP assignments, VPN connections, etc.), you will need to adjust your configuration for the new public IP once the devices are at the new location.
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