Meraki provides networking solutions for cloud-controlled WiFi, routing, and security.

Step 1: Configure the integration

  1. From All Clients, select a client.

  2. Go to Setup > Integrations > Integrations.

  3. From Available Integrations, select Network > Meraki and click Install.

  4. Enter:

    • Integration name
    • The domain name of the Meraki server
    • Security key
    • Port 80, or port 443 if Is Secure is selected.
  5. Click Install.

Step 2: Add a discovery profile

  1. From the MERAKI INTEGRATION screen, click Add:
Meraki integration screen
  1. Enter profile details:

    • Profile name
    • Host name: The domain name of the Meraki server.
  2. In the Filter Criteria section, click Any or All of the rules below to match any one or all of the conditions you define for filtering. If you select All, ensure that the resource type is the same for all filter criteria.

  3. Select a Filter Criteria Type: Resource Filters or Smart Filters.

    • Resource Filters: Use to filter resources based on resource attributes. For each of the filter criteria fields, select the filter criteria from the drop-down menu:
      FieldDescription
      Resource TypeLists all supported resource types.
      Attribute NameLists selected Resource Type attributes. Select the textbox to see the list.
      Logic conditionLogically matching criteria. Choose from:
      • Contains
      • Not Contains
      • Equals
      • Not Equals
      • Starts With
      • Ends With
      • Regex
      ValueThe Attribute Name value.
      • To add more filter criteria, click Add Criteria.
      • To view all resources matching the criteria, click Show Matching Members.
    • Smart Filters: Use to filter resources based on the resource types. One or more resource types can be selected from the list.
      • All Resources: Discovers all resource types.
      • Cisco Meraki Network: Disables all other options except for Cisco Meraki Network.
      • Meraki Device: Disables all other options except for Meraki Device.

  4. Optionally, select Manage Device in Perform Actions.

  5. Optionally, select and specify a Discovery schedule of how frequently new resources added to the environment are automatically discovered.

  6. Click Save.

Discovered Meraki Resources
  1. In the Discovery Profiles list, click the Scan Now icon, on the right, to initiate scanning:
Discovered Meraki Resources

Verify that the resource was successfully added by going to the Infrastructure > Resources screen:

Discovered Meraki Resources

Expand Meraki to view the available integrations as shown below:

Discovered Meraki Resources

You can further expand the integration to view the available resources as shown below:

Discovered Meraki Resources

After the discovery profile is created, you can assign monitoring templates to the resource.

View Meraki Audit Logs

To view the audit logs of Meraki:

  1. From All Clients, select a client.
  2. Go to Setup > Integrations > > Integrations > Audit Logs.
Discovered Meraki Resources
  1. From the AUDIT LOGS LIST, select:
  • Client Name: Select the name of the client.
  • Integration Name: Name of the integration.
    Note: By default Email is selected.
  1. Select the Meraki integration from the Integration Name drop-down list.
  2. From the Select Client drop-down list, select All Status, Success, Dropped, or Failed.
Discovered Meraki Resources
  1. Select Inbound from the dropdown list.
    Notes:

    • By default Outbound is selected.
    • Inbound: Incoming calls which come from a third party to OpsRamp.
    • Outbound: Outgoing calls which go to third parties from OpsRamp.
  2. Click Apply. All the audit logs are displayed.

Discovered Meraki Resources

Supported metrics

ComponentMetric/Group NameMetric Display NameUnits
networkmeraki_network_TotalNumOfClientsConnected

Total number of clients connected to the network
Meraki Network Number of Clients Connectedcount
meraki_network_ClientStatus

Status of number of clients: 0 = offline, 1 = online
Meraki Network Client Statusnull
meraki_network_WirelessConnectionStats_Success

Aggregated connectivity information for this network
Meraki Network Wireless Connection Stats Successcount
meraki_network_WirelessLatencyStats_BackgroundTrafficAvg

Aggregated latency information of background traffic for this network
Meraki Network Wireless Latency Stats background Trafficbytes
meraki_network_WirelessLatencyStats_BesteffortTrafficAvg

Aggregated latency information of best-effort traffic for this network
Meraki Network Wireless Latency Stats bestEffort Trafficbytes
meraki_network_WirelessLatencyStats_VideoTrafficAvg

Aggregated latency information of video traffic for this network
Meraki Network Wireless Latency Stats video Trafficbytes
meraki_network_WirelessLatencyStats_VoiceTrafficAvg

Aggregated latency information of voice traffic for this network
Meraki Network Wireless Latency Stats Voice Trafficbytes
wirelessmeraki_wireless_DevicesConnectionStats_Success

Aggregated connectivity information for a given AP on this network
Meraki Wireless Device Connection Stats successcount
meraki_wireless_DevicesLatencyStats_BackgroundTrafficAvg

Aggregated latency information of background traffic for a given AP on this network
Meraki Wireless Device Latency Stats background Trafficbytes
meraki_wireless_DevicesLatencyStats_BesteffortTrafficAvg

Aggregated latency information of best-effort traffic for a given AP on this network
Meraki Wireless Device Latency Stats bestEffort Trafficbytes
meraki_wireless_DevicesLatencyStats_VideoTrafficAvg

Aggregated latency information of video traffic for a given AP on this network
Meraki Wireless Device Latency Stats video Trafficbytes
meraki_wireless_DevicesLatencyStats_VoiceTrafficAvg

Aggregated latency information of voice traffic for a given AP on this network
Meraki Wireless Device Latency Stats voice Trafficbytes
meraki_wireless_DeviceStatus

Wireless device status
Meraki Wireless Device Statusnull
switchmeraki_switch_DeviceStatus

Switch device status
Meraki Switch Device Statusnull
meraki_switch_PortsStatuses_Enabled

Switch port status: 0 = false, 1 = true
Meraki Switch Port Enablednull
meraki_switch_PortsStatuses_status

Visual indication of the port connection status over a 24-hr period: 0 = disconnected, 1 = connected
Meraki Switch Port Statusnull
meraki_switch_PortsStatuses_UsageTotal

Switch port total usage
Meraki Switch Port Total Usagekilobytes
meraki_switch_PortsStatuses_UsageSent

Switch port usage status for the data sent
Meraki Switch Port Usage Sentkilobytes
meraki_switch_PortsStatuses_UsageRec

Switch port usage status for the data received
Meraki Switch Port Usage Receivedkilobytes
meraki_switch_PortsStatuses_TrafficTotal

Switch port total traffic
Meraki Switch Port Total Traffickilobytes/second
meraki_switch_PortsStatuses_TrafficSent

Switch port traffic for the data sent
Meraki Switch Port Traffic Sentkilobytes/second
meraki_switch_PortsStatuses_TrafficRecv

Switch port traffic for the data received
Meraki Switch Port Traffic Receivedkilobytes/second
meraki_switch_PortsStatuses_SecureConnectEnabled

Switch port secure connect enabled status: 0 = false, 1 = true
Meraki Switch Port Secure Connect Enablednull
meraki_switch_PortsStatuses_SecureConnectActive

Switch port secure connect active status: 0 = false, 1 = true
Meraki Switch Port Secure Connect Activenull
meraki_switch_PortsStatuses_SecureConnectAuthenticationStatus

Switch port secure connect authentication status: 0 = disabled, 0 = enabled
Meraki Switch Port Secure Connect Authentication Statusnull
firewallmeraki_firewall_DeviceStatus

Firewall device status
Meraki Firewall Device Statusmegabytes/second
meraki_firewall_PerformanceScore

Firewall performance score
Meraki Firewall Performance Scoremegabytes/second
IP Camerameraki_ipCamera_DeviceStatus

IpCamera device status
Meraki IpCamera Device Statusnull
VOIP Devicemeraki_voip_DeviceStatus

VOIP device status
Meraki Voip Device Statusnull
Othermeraki_otherDevice_DeviceStatus

Other device status
Meraki Other Device Statusnull