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Cisco Meraki Switching
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Virtual Stacking

Cisco Meraki switches are configured via the cloud, ensuring management isn't a laborious task, even when switches are geographically dispersed. Bulk configuration changes, software updates, and troubleshooting are done seamlessly through a single dashboard, even for large groups of switches.

Scalable management architecture

Rather than separately managing each switch, or each physical stack of switches, Cisco Meraki enables the administrator to group switches together using tags, or even manage all the switches at once. An organization may wish to group switches by floor or building within a campus, or perhaps by department. In this way a virtual stack of switches is created which can then be managed as a single logical entity, regardless of how physically dispersed those switches may be.

Flexible deployment configurations

Managing switches is an essential part of network administration, so there are no stacking licenses to pay for and no expensive stacking cables, either. With the majority of access layer traffic being client-server, physical switch stacking is often not required. If higher bandwidth is required between groups of switches, this can be achieved using aggregatable fiber interfaces on every switch, with loops prevented by Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP).

Zero-touch deployments

Leverage the power of centralized cloud management to pre-stage switches and virtual stacks before they are even deployed. Using this approach, switch deployment becomes a zero-touch, ‘plug-and-play’ exercise, even by non-technical staff. Bulk changes and software updates are straightforward to push out, eliminating the requirement to be physically present at each switch or stack.