Cisco Meraki

Supported OS

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This integration provides comprehensive visibility into your Cisco Meraki Platform by collecting metrics for Network Device Monitoring , Network Event Logs, and Security Event Logs for Cloud SIEM .

Network Device Monitoring

Gain insights into potential bottlenecks, optimize device configurations, and ensure the overall health of your network infrastructure is up to standard.

This integration collects metrics for the following devices:

  • MR (Wireless Access Points): Track metrics like client count, connection status, and throughput.
  • MS (Switches): Monitor switch performance metrics such as port status, traffic, and error rates.
  • MX (Security Appliances): Collect metrics on VPN status, firewall rules, and overall device performance.

Device tagging enhances the ability to filter and organize your data in Datadog, allowing you to drill down into specific device groups, locations, or device types. This can aid in troubleshooting, performance optimization, and reporting while using the out-of-the-box dashboard.

Security Event Logs

Security Event Logs can allow for the identification of the following events:

  • Intrusion Detections: Identify and respond to potential security threats detected by Meraki security appliances.
  • Firewall Rule Violations: Monitor and take action on violations of firewall rules to maintain network security.
  • Malware Threat Detections: Receive alerts and take preventive measures against malware threats within the Meraki network.

Create your own rules or leverage the out-of-the-box Cloud SIEM rules for real-time threat detection and incident response.

Network Event Logs

Network Event Logs help track the following topics:

  • Configuration Changes: Track changes in network configurations to ensure compliance and troubleshoot connection issues.
  • Client Associations: Monitor client associations with wireless access points for user connectivity insights.
  • Network Health Events: Identify and address issues affecting network health, such as high packet loss on specific switches.

Network administrators can analyze historical network events and troubleshoot issues efficiently. In addition to the recommended monitors included with this integration, additional monitors can be configured to notify administrators of critical events, allowing for proactive network management.

In addition, configure the SNMP integration with the Meraki Profile to collect metrics from your Meraki Cloud Controller.



  1. Open the Meraki integration tile.
  2. Choose a name for your Meraki account.
  3. Add a Meraki API key. Find instructions on how to generate a Meraki API key in the Cisco Meraki Dashboard API .

Generate the Meraki API key

  1. Go to the Meraki Dashboard.
  2. Enable API access by going to Organization > Settings > Dashboard API access.
  3. Go to the My Profile page on the Meraki dashboard to generate the key.

Metric collection

To configure collection of NDM Metrics, an API key is required from Meraki.

Device Tag Filters

Device Tag Filters allow you to specify which devices to monitor within NDM. You can specify multiple tags by separating them with a comma. If no tags are specified, all devices will be monitored.

Log collection

To configure collection of network event logs and security event logs, an API key is required from Meraki.

For more information, see the Cisco Meraki Dashboard API .

Data Collected


Note: Monitoring Meraki devices (MR, MS, MX) in Network Device Monitoring—including network level, device level, uplink level, and interface (switch port) level metrics and tags from Meraki—are in beta.

Configure the SNMP integration with the Meraki Profile to collect metrics from your Meraki devices.


The Meraki integration does not include any events.

Service Checks

The Meraki integration does not include any service checks.


Need help? Contact Datadog support .