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Meraki Mondays episode 3: what the new NBAR engine brings to MR access points

May 06, 2021

Meraki Mondays episode 3: what the new NBAR engine brings to MR access points
In this episode of the Meraki Mondays show, Dan Stewart, Business Transformation Center (BTC) engineer, and Bobby Young, technology consultant, Ingram Micro, discuss network-based application recognition (NBAR). NBAR is an advanced application-recognition engine Meraki added to its MR series access points. 
 
NBAR can easily update its classification rules, and provides out-of-the-box visibility to 1,500+ applications and subclassifications with less than 1% unknown and less than 1% unclassified encrypted traffic. Meraki platforms that support NBAR provide granular and enhanced capabilities regarding client tracking and application enforcement.  
 
NBAR advantages vs. traditional traffic-analytic engines:

 

  • Granular layer 7, SD-WAN and traffic-shaping policies using enhanced application visibility
  • Well-established traffic classification engine used by many Cisco products
  • Fine-grained traffic analytics and client tracking

 

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