Each of our access points has a range of 500-1,000 square feet. For larger spaces, or locations with both indoor and outdoor spaces, it’s also easy to add multiple indoor and/or outdoor access points that mesh together to provide extensive WiFi coverage.
Meraki Go’s Product Finder will help you determine what you need based on the size of space and how many devices you have: Product Finder
Yes! Many of our customers use Meraki Go for their home networks.
If a modem is required by your ISP, you’ll need service and a modem in order to connect to the internet and enable Meraki Go devices to work. Check out how it works.
Meraki Go is not an Internet Service Provider. It works with your existing internet to provide secure and reliable business-grade WiFi. Check out how it works.
Meraki Go has no licensing or subscription fees.
You can easily add new Meraki Go devices to create a complete network or expand your network as your business grows.
Yes, you can have multiple administrators manage a single network via the Meraki Go app or web portal. You can also easily switch accounts to manage multiple Meraki Go accounts.
Meraki Go currently supports the ability to configure up to four wireless networks. Each of these networks has the ability to be configured with a unique name, custom web blocking and usage settings, and the ability to turn the network into a guest network.
Yes, you can add any of our Meraki Go devices, including the Security Gateway router/firewall and switches, to create a complete network with your existing router.
That said, for the best results, we recommend replacing your existing router with the full suite of Meraki Go hardware. This allows you to create a more secure and scalable network that you can manage through the mobile app or online.
Each Meraki Go account allows you to have up to 50 Meraki Go access points, which includes any combination of indoor and outdoor access points.
There is currently no limit on switches allowed in Meraki Go accounts.
Only one Meraki Go router/firewall is allowed in an account.
This is due to the fact that one account should be one location and the Security Gateway should be its entrance to the internet.
Meraki Go and Cisco Meraki devices currently cannot be combined. They cannot be managed through the same dashboard or mobile app, and Meraki Go access points and Cisco Meraki access points also do not mesh or connect to each other.
We recommend creating your Meraki Go networks using only Meraki Go devices.
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