Meraki MX Firewalls Pricing and License Cost

Phillip Peerman
Supervisor of IT Infrastructure & Cybersecurity at Easton Utilities at a government with 51-200 employees
Other content filtering solutions that I have used had more bells and whistles, but given the cost, complexity, and management overhead, I am very pleased with Meraki‚Äôs solution. View full review »
Rick Rutledge
Network Systems Administrator at a non-tech company with 51-200 employees
Well, you get what you pay for. If you want good products that work well and are easy to configure, as well as remote control, you have to weigh the pricing options. Is it worth the extra few bucks? I think so. Meraki comes with a limited lifetime warranty and they will replace the failed unit overnight if one fails. View full review »
Javier Jaime
It is more expensive than other solutions, but it is a cloud-managed network solution and support is given at the moment you call. That give a very big plus. The Meraki UTM is excellent when you buy the Advanced Security license. If you buy a different license you lost all the valuable functions. View full review »
CFO at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
You get what you pay for. With this device, "anybody" can set it up. Should keep IT man hours to a minimum. View full review »
Frank Theilen
IT Adviser/Manager with 51-200 employees
Compare total costs (setup and management), taking in mind that cloud features do more than just stop traffic on the edge: they identify both traffic and users. View full review »
Manuel Torfs
Company Owner at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
Our users find the entire package quite expensive. The price of the application itself is not expensive but if you take a license, it costs more than the application itself. If you get it for five years, it is almost double the price of the application. View full review »

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