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would mr12 or mr16 cisco meraki solution still work locally when internet goes down?

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would mr12 or mr16 cisco meraki solution still work locally when internet goes down?
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Generally yes, although it can depend on what's configured.
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Here is an article that is dedicated to just this situation from Cisco/Meraki:
https://kb.meraki.com/knowledge_base/connection-loss-to-cisco-meraki-cloud-controller

The system is also designed to handle connectivity failures gracefully.In general, wireless clients will continue to be able to use the WLAN during a connectivity loss.
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