How to connect to Cisco Meraki VPN from your Mac

Cisco Meraki network solutions are becoming increasingly popular and we’ve heard from a lot of macOS Sierra users about adding support for it in VPN Tracker 365. Meraki devices are sleek, offer great performance and have great cloud management capabilities. On the VPN side of things, their Auto VPN technology makes them a breeze to set up securely, provided both sides support it.

We’ve updated VPN Tracker 365 with comprehensive Cisco Meraki support. We’ve updated the Auto-Config VPN technology in VPN Tracker to work with Cisco Meraki, so it’ll only take you a few minutes to get set up. The new Cisco Meraki Connection Profile supports the popular Meraki MX series.

Connected in minutes: Connect your Mac running macOS Sierra to a Cisco Meraki VPN Gateway

  • Open VPN Tracker 365
  • Create a new connection and choose our Cisco Meraki profile
  • Enter your Cisco Meraki gateway address

Then just follow the steps in our detailed Configuration Guide to configure VPN on your Meraki. VPN Tracker 365 automatically figures out the right configuration settings for your Meraki setup and connects you using the best settings.

Tip: We’ve added a quick link to the Meraki configuration website, so you can instantly access your config and change settings, if necessary.

We were really impressed how easy it is to set up a VPN on the Meraki MX-Series and with Auto-Config VPN, you’ll have VPN Tracker connected in minutes.

How to get started: VPN Tracker 365 with Auto-Config VPN for Cisco Meraki is now available to all VPN Tracker 365 customers ( download latest version). New customers can purchase VPN Tracker 365 starting at just 79.99 annually and benefit from all of VPN Tracker’s business and security features. VPN Tracker 365 is optimized for macOS Sierra and supports more than 300 IPsec VPN gateways.


Originally published at equinux blog.

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