get_network_clients_latency_stats Output

Farrukh
Getting noticed

get_network_clients_latency_stats Output

get_network_clients_latency_stats what is the meaning of the numbers in the output

if the "avg": 57.87, is higher then the client is getting better experience or if this number is less then the client is getting good experience 

 

"bestEffortTraffic": {
"avg": 57.87,
"rawDistribution": {
"0": 530779,
"1": 964356,
"1024": 1973,
"128": 540347,
"16": 1101330,
"2": 783954,
"2048": 6370,
"256": 93779,
"32": 2087688,
"4": 551313,
"512": 14766,
"64": 2858346,
"8": 651277
}
},

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RaphaelL
Building a reputation

Re: get_network_clients_latency_stats Output

Hi , 

 

It is the average latency for the traffic flagged as ''best effort''

 

"The latency data is from a sample of 2% of packets and is grouped into 4 traffic categories: background, best effort, video, voice. Within these categories the sampled packet counters are bucketed by latency in milliseconds"

 

https://api.meraki.com/api_docs#return-the-latency-history-for-a-client

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