We have an MX250 with 2 WAN connections and the load balancing setting enabled.
WAN 1 is a fiber with a lot less latency (1ms) and 200 down & 200 up.
WAN 2 is an COAX with higher latency (10ms) and 650 down but only 50 up.
So when clients connect over the client VPN do I want them to connect by using WAN 1 static ip or do i give them the serveraddress assigned by Meraki and let Meraki do the loadbalancing? will it take the latency into account?
@Ahoste checking your public IP only shows what you are going out of the firewall as, not what you are connecting to from the VPN. If you look at the client traffic you should see which IP it is connecting to for the VPN
I assume it could be based on the enabled load balancing. While you connect to then primary uplink, your client traffic will leave the MX load-balanced on either WAN1 or WAN2 based on the configured WAN-speeds.