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Meraki Wi-Fi Statistics


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A quick tutorial for accessing Wi-Fi statistics from the Cisco Meraki cloud controller.

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Meraki Wi-Fi Statistics

  1. 1. Meraki Wi-Fi Statistics By Greg Gantz
  2. 2. Accessing the Meraki Dashboard • Meraki offers a web-based dashboard for it’s users. • Users must be added by the NEKLS tech team, and require confirmation emails. • If you are not a User, and wish to be please contact NEKLS at or 785-838-4090. • Once login information is in hand for your library navigate to the following website: • This will take you to the login portal, as seen in the next slide.
  3. 3. Meraki Dashboard Login
  4. 4. Meraki Dashboard • Once you get logged in you will notice that there are several options available to you.
  5. 5. Meraki Dashboard • Select the tab titled “Organization” and then select the “Location Analytics” sub section.
  6. 6. Location Analytics • This is where you should end up.
  7. 7. Location Analytics • The first thing you will want to do is change the date range for the data. The default is set for one week.
  8. 8. Meraki Reporting - Proximity • There are three reports available to Meraki wireless users: 1. Proximity • This measures the number of Passerby, visiting and connected devices on your wireless network. • A passerby device is detected by a Meraki Access Point and not on the network long enough to be considered a visitor. • A visitor devices is on the wireless network long enough to be detected by the AP for any 5 minutes of a 20 minute period. • A connected device is actually connected to your network. • Capture rate is the percent of passerby that become visitors. • For our purposes we are concerned with both Visitors and Connected devices.
  9. 9. Meraki Reporting - Engagement 2. Engagement • The engagement data shows how long devices are within range of the wireless network. • This data is comprised of both connected and visitor devices. • This report also tells us the average daily number of visitors and connected devices.
  10. 10. Meraki Reporting - Loyalty 3. Loyalty • This data shows how frequently visitor and connected devices return to the library’s network. • For example a weekly user, is someone who returns with their device between 2 and 6 times in the same month. • You are also provided with a daily average repeat rate. This lets you know what percentage of your Wi-Fi users are “regulars”. • This report also generates a Daily Average Repeat Rate.
  11. 11. Generating Spreadsheets • All report data can be downloaded into a spreadsheet. Simply click the CSV button above the bar graph.
  12. 12. Generating Spreadsheets • The data is presented in a user friendly format.
  13. 13. Meraki Wireless Statistics • If you have any questions, regarding accessing your Meraki wireless statistics, or are interested in acquiring Meraki hardware for you library please contact us at: or 785-838-4090