In order for Perch to access your Meraki logs, you must provide Perch with an API token you generate within the Meraki Web dashboard. First, allow access to the API within Meraki’s dashboard and then generate the key.
You need to Generate a new shared secret and copy to your clipboard, we recommend letting a password manager do this for you to ensure it is a unique and random password.
Paste the newly generated secret in the Cisco Meraki Shared Secret section of the Perch app.
Return to the Meraki Portal and navigate to Network-Wide > Alerts
Like all Perch integrations, you can enable or disable log ingestion at any time by toggling the switch from “OFF” ( gray ) to “ON” ( purple ), or vice versa.
Once you enable the log ingestion, you’ll receive a success message which you can toggle to see the health status of your integration.