Cisco Meraki API Documentation
The Cisco meraki dashboard API is based on restful api which uses HTTPS for transport and JSON for object serialization. The API contains a set of tools known as endpoints for building software and applications that communicate with the Meraki Dashboard for use cases such as provisioning, bulk configuration changes, monitoring, and role-based access controls.
Here are some specific examples:
This document will give a step by step process on how to enable and generate the API key for Nodle to access the meraki routers.
Enabling the Dashboard API:
Note: The API key associated with your account can generated and can be revoked by the user anytime. The API key must be copied and saved to a safe location as it provides full access control over the meraki cloud devices. Regeneration of the API key would revoke the old key.
Sending the API Key to Nodle Engineering Department
After successfully generating the API key, the following are the list of details to be sent to the Meraki@nodle.co.