Meraki Wifi Best Practice for multiple APs: Bridge Mode

Bridge Mode In bridge mode, the Meraki APs act as bridges, allowing wireless clients to obtain their IP addresses from an upstream DHCP server. Bridge mode should be enabled when any of the following is true: Wired and wireless clients in the network need to reach each other (e.g., a wireless laptop needs to discover … Continue reading Meraki Wifi Best Practice for multiple APs: Bridge Mode

Meraki Wifi Best Practice for single AP: NAT Mode with Meraki DHCP

Below is the recommended setup for sites with single AP. There is a known issue with this setup for sites having multiple APs, particularly with user experience as one user moves from one AP to another. There is totally no handover from one AP to another as the user devices is NAT'd per AP,  so … Continue reading Meraki Wifi Best Practice for single AP: NAT Mode with Meraki DHCP