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Custom Network Enrollment Strings

Overview

A network enrollment string allows end users to access their organization’s enrollment portal (m.meraki.com) or self-service portal (portal.meraki.com) using a known and recognizable network identifier. Network enrollment strings are unique to each Systems Manager network and can be used as a substitute for the randomly-generated 10-digit network ID. 

 

 

Network enrollment strings are case insensitive and must follow these guidelines:

  • Must be 4 or more characters in length
  • Cannot exceed 50 characters in length
  • Cannot include any of the following characters: ;:@=&$!‘“,?.(){}[]\*+/#<>|^%
  • Cannot be a 10 digit string
  • Cannot follow the format XXX-XXX-XXXX where X represents a digit

Configure a Network Enrollment String

  1. Navigate to Network-wide > Configure > General

  2. Enter the desired string into the “Network enrollment string” field

 

 

  1. Click Save in the bottom right corner to save changes.

If Systems Manager is a part of a combined network, then "-sm" is automatically appended to the end of the network enrollment string.

Change a Network Enrollment String

  1. Navigate to Network-wide > Configure > General

  2. Change the desired string in the “Network enrollment string” field

  3. Click Save in the bottom right corner to save changes.

Changing a network enrollment string may cause existing bookmarks or links to break.  Please be sure to review all internal documentation and references before editing a network enrollment string to prevent adverse impact to existing workflows.

Once enabled, a network enrollment strings can be changed but they cannot be deleted.

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