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Dashboard Throughput

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Tazio4436
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Dashboard Throughput

I have an internet line of 1 G coming from ISP. It goes in to Cisco SW on port 1. Then port 2 of that SW is connected to my Primary MX 100 and port 3 of the same SW to the Secondary MX100.

When I am doing a throughput test on both MX100 I am getting only 280 Mbps.

is this correct?

Thanks for your reply

 

Tazio

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cmr
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Re: Dashboard Throughput

@Tazio4436 the dashboard throughput is only an indication of functionality.  The MXs generally can manage up to a couple of hundred Mbps, the MRs not too far behind but the MSs only 10-20 MBps, if you hover over the (i) it explains that it is just really a connection test:

 

cmr_0-1607536795575.png

 

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ww
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Re: Dashboard Throughput

Better connect a client to mx. And use  a (reliable) speedtest from there 

 

https://documentation.meraki.com/General_Administration/Tools_and_Troubleshooting/Throughput_test_to...

cmr
Kind of a big deal
Kind of a big deal

Re: Dashboard Throughput

@Tazio4436 the dashboard throughput is only an indication of functionality.  The MXs generally can manage up to a couple of hundred Mbps, the MRs not too far behind but the MSs only 10-20 MBps, if you hover over the (i) it explains that it is just really a connection test:

 

cmr_0-1607536795575.png

 

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Tazio4436
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Re: Dashboard Throughput

Thanks a lot.

 

Regards

Tazio

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