Cisco Meraki MX Static IP assignment via Dashboard

This morning, I received a notice about a Cisco Meraki MX firmware upgrade planned for a security appliance I have in my lab.   The message lists the new features: Layer 7 traffic classifications for VPN flow preferences Syslog export of AMP events Added support for using FQDNs in L3 firewall rule destination Threat Grid support for the MX60(W), MX64(W), MX65(W), MX80, MX90, MX84, and MX100 appliances Content filtering improvements Static IP assignment via Dashboard (via Appliance Status page) Device utilization reporting (via the new Summary Reports page) Performance, stability,…

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How to setup Cisco VIRL, VM Maestro to use SecureCRT as default terminal

The GUI application to use Cisco VIRL, VM Maestro, comes with a basic internal Telnet and SSH client called “Cisco Terminal”. If, like me, you want to use the rock-solid SecureCRT as terminal emulator client, you need to change the the VM Maestro preferences.   VM Maestro configuration Open VM Maestro Go to File and open Preferences Under Terminal, open Cisco Terminal Choose: Use external terminal applications Enter the settings : Telnet command: the location of your SecureCRT.exe Depending on your SecureCRT installation, it could be under: C:\Program Files\VanDyke Software\… or…

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