We have a WAN circuit that is 100 MB "best effort" (ie not real time or priority) by our provider. We're seeing dropped packets on the WAN interface on our core stack. I opened a case with our provider and they are saying that we are exceeding our policers. That our traffic isn't being shaped correctly and we are sending them data "too fast" They said our burst rate by their calculation should be set to 1,280 kb for our circuit.
So I was trying to see if this would be the proper syntax?
conf port 4:1 rate-limit egress 95 Mbps max-burst-size 1280 Kb
Thinking that the egress should be 95% of the pipe of 100 MB and the burst size what they recommended.
Does that look okay?