Meraki MG41 Kuwait

Meraki MG41 Kuwait

The Meraki MG41 Kuwait makes cellular a viable option in situations where the best location for the MX is not necessarily the best location  for a strong cellular signal.



Meraki MG41 Cellular Gateway Kuwait

The Meraki MG41 Kuwait cellular gateway simplifies the path to wireless WAN connectivity and makes cellular a viable uplink option for many networks. The Meraki MG41 Kuwait acts as a gateway to the internet cellular networks by converting LTE signal from a cellular provider to an Ethernet handoff, which can be used as an internet uplink for a variety of use-cases.

Meraki MG41 Kuwait can work with any routing or switching device, Meraki or non-Meraki. With additional 802.3af compatibility, the MG can be placed anywhere and powered via power over ethernet (PoE) like any access point. This gives users the option for optimal physical placement for signal quality  – a cornerstone for wireless WAN communications.

Meraki Cloud services monitor all devices 24×7 and deliver real-time alerts if any devices encounter a problem. Remote diagnostics tools enable real-time troubleshooting through any web browser. New features and enhancements are delivered seamlessly over the web, so you never have to manually download software updates or worry about missing critical security vulnerability patches.

Meraki MG41 Kuwait can instantly provision primary cellular connectivity across thousands of sites at once without waiting on broadband or any change in infrastructure, enabling faster business expansion.

Deliver primary gigabit connectivity with Meraki MG41 Kuwait or pair with Meraki MX and SD-WAN to allow for the optimal bandwidth management needed for today’s cloud-first organizations.

With gigabit-level backup cellular connectivity, businesses can rely on MG41 for a consistent experience 24/7/365 to increase business uptime and network resilience.

Meraki MG41 Kuwait allows businesses to confidently deploy primary gigabit cellular at sites where there’s no broadband coverage, the carrier coverage is initially unknown, or there’s a varying level of availability and network reliability from multiple regional carriers.

The dual SIM gives the flexibility to switch to a better performing carrier network through auto-SIM failover or switch to the other carrier when either of the SIM reaches the data cap.


  • Built-in CAT 18 connectivity
  • Supports two separate downstream router connections
  • Small form factor
  • PoE or DC powered
  • IP67 rating
  • Manageability from the Cisco Meraki dashboard
  • Self-configuring cellular gateway
  • Automatic firmware upgrades with scheduling control
  • Extensive API support
  • Email, SMS, and mobile push notification alerts
  • Ping, traceroute, cable testing, and link failure detection with alerting
  • Remote packet capture
  • Combined event and configuration change logs with instant search
  • Self-configuring, plug-and-play deployment
  • Sleek, low profile design
  • Built-in CAT 6 LTE connectivity
  • IP67 rated for environments of all types


  • Antenna placement where cellular coverage is best 

    • Signal strength is key for cellular performance. The Meraki MG41 Kuwait makes cellular a viable option in situations where the best location for the MX is not necessarily the best location  for a strong cellular signal. The separation of cellular antenna and MX expands cellular options for all networks, particularly for mid-range MXs mounted in a data center. The 4 x 4 DL MIMO is capable of supporting deployments that demands higher throughput capacity.

  • Primary WAN

    • In areas where wired internet services are not available, the Meraki MG41 Kuwait provides a simple, viable option for wireless WAN connectivity.

  • Secondary WAN for Failover

    • An MX’s secondary WAN interface connected to an MG41 may use the cellular network in the event of a primary uplink failure.

  • Secondary WAN for SD-WAN

    • An MX with an MG41 as a secondary WAN uplink may use the cellular network to establish VPNs for SD-WAN.

  • High Availability Uplink

    • The Meraki MG41 Kuwait can be used as either a primary or secondary internet uplink for MX HA topologies. Its two LAN ports allow the MXs to share access to the same cellular network.

Physical Specifications

Models  MG41 MG41E
Dimensions (w x d x h) 168 x 168 x 35mm 168 x 168 x 35mm
Weight (without accessories) 670g 670g
Power Supply 12V/1A, 48-57V DC/0.35A 12V/1A, 48-57V DC/0.35A
Power Load 10 Watt Maximum (PoE 802.3AF) 10 Watt Maximum (PoE 802.3AF)
Operating Temperature -22°F to 122°F (-30°C to 50°C) -22°F to 122°F (-30°C to 50°C)
Humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing 5% to 95% non-condensing
Storage and Transportation Temperature
  • 22°F – 158°F
  • 30°C – 70°C
  • 22°F – 158°F
  • 30°C – 70°C
Product Category CAT18 CAT18
Maximum Wireless Data Rate (Down/Up) 1.2 Gbps / 150 Mbps 1.2 Gbps / 150 Mbps
Antennas Internal Dipole, optional patch antenna
LAN Interfaces – Dedicated 1x Dedicated GbE RJ45 1x Dedicated GbE RJ45
LAN Interfaces – Convertible 1x Convertible LAN/WAN GbE RJ45 1x Convertible LAN/WAN GbE RJ45
SIM Slots 2 2