The virtual machines of the B series do not inform about the bandwidth. All series report about bandwidth except type B machines. Accordin
The virtual machines of the B series do not inform about the bandwidth.
All series report about bandwidth except type B machines.
According to Microsoft they do not inform because it is a variant connection, but at least they should indicate the minimum and maximum.
As in all series in the NIC part, the bandwidth must also appear.
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Randy Miller commented
Could we at least get some sort of indication of when the VM maybe be experiencing some sort of throttling due to network bandwidth?
Iain Morris commented
I have looked for *any* information on B series networkig begfore and not found any - this time I found the GitHub thread https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/azure-docs/issues/8765 which links to this and expresses my need well. Anything giving a minimum (Do not select B-series VMs if you need network bandwidth >100Mbps at any time) or expected variability (Network bandwidth may reduce to 20% of typical maximum bandwidth during times of high network demand) would at least give me an idea that if I regularly measured 1.6Gbps I could reasonably expect around 320Mbps or more.