Meraki documentation states:
Priority can be set to High, Normal, or Low, allowing the MX series to prioritize a given network flow relative to the rest of the network traffic. The ratios are as follows:
--> Carrier has provided a 10Mb uplink
--> Wan uplinks have no limitation defined (see below)
--> all the SD-wan traffic shaping rules have the Bandwidth limit: "Ignore network per-client (unlimited)
--> there 2 High priority rules, 2 Normal priority rules and 1 Low priority rule
How is the traffic prioritized/bandwidth utilization done in this case?
Hope this helps. Have a great day. 😀
I've already read the doc that you've provided, but what I've asked is not in this document (in short, if you don't specify/limit the uplink bandwidth, and if from the provider you've bought only 10Mb, what will be the reference bandwidth used for High Normal and Low clases?
Meraki doc says:
Each traffic rule supersedes each rule below it and the rules below it must strictly adhere to their fractional bandwidth limits. For instance, if there is a high traffic shaping rule but no low traffic shaping rules configured then the high priority traffic would have access to 5/7 of the available bandwidth on the uplink and normal traffic would have 2/7s. Additionally, if there are no high priority traffic shaping rules then normal priority traffic gets 6/7 of the bandwidth and low priority gets 1/7 of the uplink's bandwidth.
@NolanHerring is right. You must configure the actual circuit sizes on the WAN interfaces in the dashboard.