Cisco Meraki

Common Questions

Cisco Meraki offers products for a wide range of wired and wireless networks. It lets you add, remove and monitor your networks and the devices associated with those networks. 



  • Add Contact in a Network

    Add a new contact in the specified network

  • Add VLAN in a Network

    Add a VLAN in the specified network

  • Delete VLAN in a Network

    Delete the specified VLAN from the network

  • Force Check-in a Set of Devices

    Check-in one or more devices

  • Get Network Traffic Data

    Retrieve the traffic data of the specified network

  • List Air Marshal Scan Results

    Retrieve the list of air marshal scan results

  • List Clients of a Device

    Retrieve the list of clients associated with the specified device

  • List Devices Enrolled in an SM Network

    Retrieve the list of devices enrolled in the specified Systems Manager network

  • List Devices in a Network

    Retrieve the list of devices associated with the specified network

  • List Networks in an Organization

    Retrieve the list of networks associated with the specified organization

  • List Organizations

    Retrieve the list of organizations to which the user has access. 

  • List VLANs in a Network

    Retrieve the list of VLANs associated with the specified network

  • Lock a Set of Devices

    Lock one or more devices associated with the specified network

Common Questions

To use Cisco Meraki in your flow, you will first need to connect Cisco Meraki to Flow Enterprise. 

To do this, drag any Cisco Meraki action listed under Cisco Meraki service on the canvas and click on ‘Add New’ option listed under ‘Connect to Cisco Meraki’ field in the configuration window. A connection window will appear. Rename the connection name using the 'Connection Label' field and enter the API key of your Cisco Meraki account in the 'API Key' field. 


To retrieve the 'API Key' of your Cisco Meraki account, follow the steps given below:

1. Log in to your Cisco Meraki account, and click on the 'My Profile' tab given on the top-right hand side of the dashboard window. 


2. A new window will appear with the details of your account. Scroll down and locate the 'API Key' given under the 'API access' section. 


You can also 'Revoke' or 'Regenerate' the given API key, as per your requirements. 

Once you have entered the API key in the connection window, click on the 'ADD' button. You can now see the added connection under ‘Connect to Cisco Meraki’ field. Once added, this connection will be available in all Cisco Meraki actions.

Devices that are not added under 'Systems Manager' network, can not be checked-in using the 'Force Check-in a Set of Devices' action. Please ensure that your devices are added under SM network before attempting the check-in. 

The 'List Devices Enrolled in an SM Network' action fetches a maximum of 1000 devices in a single result. If a network has more than 1000 devices, this action returns the list of 1000 devices along with the batch token for the next 1000 devices. You can use this batch token in the next request to retrieve the list of 1000 devices associated with it.