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Moving Devices Between Networks

An administrator can move devices between networks (to which he/she has access) within a given organization or between different organizations. When doing so, it is important to budget up to 15 minutes of downtime for the transferred devices to update their configurations. Pre-configuring Dashboard networks before transferring devices is strongly encouraged to expedite this process.

Moving Non-MX Devices Between Networks

To move a Meraki device from one network to another:

  1. In Dashboard, navigate to the network containing the device.
  2. Navigate to the Monitor page listing all devices in the network.
    • MR - Navigate to Wireless > Monitor > Access points.
    • MS - Navigate to Switch > Monitor > Switches.
    • MC - Navigate to Phones > Monitor > Phones.
    • MV - Navigate to Cameras > Monitor > Cameras.
  3. Select the checkbox next to the device you intend to move.
  4. Click the Edit drop-down menu, select the destination network from the drop-down, and click Move to another network... to move the device:

MX Security Appliances

Since a Security Appliance only contains one MX device (or two identical devices in a warm spare configuration), there is rarely a need to move an MX from one network to another. As such there is no dedicated move tool.

To move an MX security appliance between networks, it can be manually removed from one network and added into another. Please refer to our documentation for more information.

Moving Devices Between Organizations

This article discussed how to move devices between networks, within a single organization. For information on moving devices between different organizations, please refer to our documentation.

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