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June 04, 2007

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Wifi_Guy

Meraki has some serious issues. They "push" updates that are buggy.

http://forums.meraki.net/viewtopic.php?t=257&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0

aeonsafe

We applaud Meraki for its noble social goal, but the onramp is unsecured text. This is not safe for the community.

This network needs to provide encrypted service.

DFWFreeNet

The Internet as a whole isn't encrypted, why the hysteria about encrypting a public WiFi connection? The same security practices apply when using an unencrypted WiFi connection as the Internet--when sending sensitive information such as passwords or financial information, make sure you are using a secure (SSL encrypted) site (address starts with https://), a VPN for connecting to a secure network, SSH for remotely connecting to servers or any other encrypted tunneling technique. Besides, Meraki *does* support WPA encryption.

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