The JSA DSM for Cisco Meraki collects Syslog events from a Cisco Meraki device.
To integrate Cisco Meraki with JSA, complete the following steps:
- If automatic updates are not enabled, download and install the most recent version of Cisco Meraki DSM RPM on your JSA Console.
- Configure your Cisco Meraki device to send Syslog events to JSA.
- If JSA does not automatically detect the
log source, add Cisco Meraki log source on the JSA Console.
The following table describes the parameters that require specific values to collect events from Cisco Meraki:
Table 1: Cisco Meraki Syslog Log Source Parameters
Log Source type
Log Source Identifier
The IPv4 address or host name that identifies the log source.
If your network contains multiple devices that are attached to a single management console, specify the IP address of the individual device that created the event. A unique identifier, such as an IP address, prevents event searches from identifying the management console as the source for all of the events.
Cisco Meraki DSM Specifications
When you configure the Cisco Meraki DSM, understanding the specifications for the Cisco Meraki DSM can help ensure a successful integration. For example, knowing what protocol to use before you begin can help reduce frustration during the configuration process.
The following table describes the specifications for the Cisco Meraki DSM.
Table 2: Cisco Meraki DSM Specifications
RPM file name
Recorded event types
Includes custom properties?
Configure Cisco Meraki to Communicate with JSA
To collect Cisco Meraki events, configure your Cisco Meraki device to send Syslog events to JSA.
Configure Cisco Meraki to communicate with JSA by following the Syslog Server Overview and Configuration steps on (https:// Meraki.cisco.com).
Sample Event Messages
Use these sample event messages as a way of verifying a successful integration with JSA.
The following table provides sample event messages when using the Syslog protocol for the Cisco Meraki DSM:
Table 3: Cisco Meraki DSM Sample Messages Supported by Cisco Meraki
Sample log message
Content Filtering Block
MAC Address - IP Conflict