In the Canopy System User Guide pages 62-63 I am looking at the formulas for the uplink cap enforced and download cap enforced. I understand where they get the uplink entry and downlink entry, however in the example given I don’t understand where they get the aggregate cap for the SM (in the example they put uplink entry at 2,000kbps, downlink entry at 10,000kbps, and aggregate cap at 7,000kbps).

10 Mbps SM (non advantage) has 7 Mbps throughput of useful data.

Can somebody explain what does ‘uplink cap enforced’ and ‘downlink cap enforced’ values mean? What it shows?

Oh so that’s a set number? Looking in the manual then on page 49, wouldn’t it be 7.5Mbps of useful aggregate throughput then?

7.5 Mbps - PTP throughput (backhauls)

7 Mbps (6.8) - PTMP throughput

Aaahhhhh…ok. Makes sense. Thanks.