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Cisco Meraki MX64

Protect your office from inside

ModelMX64, MX64
Recommended forMedium business (20-50 users)
Supported VPN standardsL2TP
Max. number of VPN users50
Built-in WiFiyes
Additional featuresReal-time diagnostic and troubleshooting, remote deployment, intrusion-prevention sensor

Our review:

Cisco Meraki MX64 is an excellent entry-level choice for small branch offices with Unified Threat Management solution. It supports up to 50 concurrent VPN connections with throughput up to 100 Mbps. Reach UTM capabilities alongside VPN protection helps to secure your network from potential dangers. Application-aware traffic control helps you to prioritise essential or block unwanted traffic, and supported IDS/IPS provides alert and preventions for suspicious content.

Cisco Meraki MX64 can also come with built-in wireless, supporting multiuser MIMO for reliable and fast connections. Real-time diagnostic and troubleshooting tools help to keep the system up and running, and application usage statistics allows to keep track of team productivity.



How to configure VPN on Cisco Meraki MX64

You can prepare your Cisco Meraki MX64 to VPN connection in a few simple steps:

  1. Connect to your Meraki's web interface.
  2. Go to "Security Appliance" and write down your Public IP address or Host name and "Local LAN".
  3. Enable VPN in "Security Appliance" > "Client VPN". Enter and note your "Client VPN subnet" and "Secret".
  4. Add a new user in "Security Appliance" > "Client VPN". Don't forget to set the user as authorized.

How to set up a Mac VPN connection for Cisco Meraki MX64

Follow these steps to configure a VPN Tracker 365 connection for Cisco Meraki MX64 router:

  1. Download for free and install VPN Tracker 365.
  2. Click "File" > "New" > "Company Connection" . Search for Cisco Meraki > MX Series and click "Create" to build a new VPN connection.
  3. Enter your public IP address in the "VPN Gateway", choose Host to Network topology and fill in your credentials. Click "Done".
You can also use our detailed Configuration Guide for a step-by-step walkthrough.

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Please refer to the official Cisco Meraki website for more device info.