We use a radius server to configure tiered bandwidth packages (3/1, 7/2, 12/3, 20/5). We use Cambium-Canopy-DLBR/ULBR to set the package speeds. We originally had Cambium-Canopy-DLBL/DLBL set as 10% above our package rate to allow for burst.
Recently we have been investigating burst allocation so we set Cambium-Canopy-DLMB/ULMB to 1000 because we wanted minimal burst. Per the radius dictionary file, those are the Max Burst Downlink/Uplink rates. However, today when we set those it capped the customer's download speed at 1Mb rather than the package rate defined in DLBR/ULBR.
Would it be possible to get clarification on how these settings interact? We did not expect the DLMB/ULMB to override DLBR/ULBR.
This is using 16.0.1 and 188.8.131.52.