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Cisco Meraki Documentation

How to Contact Cisco Secure Connect Support

Overview

Cisco Secure Connect Support is available 24x7 to customers who subscribe to the product.

Once the product has been activated in the Meraki Dashboard, an additional section named Secure Connect will be presented on the left pane.

Contact Support

1. In the Meraki Dashboard, under Secure Connect, navigate to any of the pages under the product. The Support link is available in the top right of the page. Click on it and a pop-up will appear.

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2. Some links on Secure Connect pages will redirect to the Umbrella Dashboard, in which case, the Secure Connect Support button is available on the left pane. Similarly, click on it and a pop-up will appear.

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3. In the pop-up, ensure that the Related to field is set to Cisco Secure Connect for the case to be assigned to the dedicated Secure Connect support team.

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4. For the Description section, please the "What to Include in a Support Case" section below.

5. Click "Submit" after all fields have been populated.

If a new case is submitted under Help (?) > Get help > Still need help? > Submit a case or Help (?) > Cases page, please also ensure the Related to field is selected with Cisco+ Secure Connect.

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Accessing your Support Cases

  1. Login to your Meraki dashboard.
  2. In the top right corner of the dashboard, click on the Help (?) icon > Cases to see a list of your open cases.help_cases_01.pnghelp_cases_02.png

Phone Support

For urgent or immediate support, we recommend calling the support number which is presented in the second tab of the pop-up.

If it is related to an existing support case, please enter the case number when prompted. Otherwise, please enter your customer number.

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What to Include in a Support Case

When contacting Support through the email or phone please provided as much information as possible to help promptly diagnose and resolve the issue. Below are examples of the type of information the support team will request.

  • A description of the issue
  • Umbrella Organization ID (Click here to learn how to find your Umbrella Organization ID)
  • Affected hub-site(s) or spoke(s)
  • Screenshot of error message or logs
  • When the issue started
  • Was the setup working previously
  • Were there any changes in the environment before the issue started
  • Are all users impacted or a subset of users
  • Is the issue impacting all devices, or a specific device type or operating system
  • Is the issue reproducible
  • Does the issue happen at certain intervals or at random times
  • If a packet capture has been taken and uploaded, what are the client and server IP addresses
  • Other relevant information not mentioned above
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