For G-site rollout effort,is there a way to write Qos policies so they apply per client IP flow when they are communicating to google IP address? A way to give rate limiting per client IP(thousands of clients) for google destination IP? The keyword is per client, so everyone has the same limited bandwidth. Each client IP has 165kbp's 'allocated' and they are limited to that speed....
While I do not think the PAN has this capability, perhaps just limiting the amount of bandwidth to G-suite from the VPN users zone? It would not solve the issue of one user hogging all the bandwidth, but it would prevent them from hogging all of it from non-vpn users.
Or another way perhaps to 'chunck' it down? Say VPN zone and ip's x.x.x.1-128 get X bandwidth so they could only consume that amount for that block of IP's?
Just some thoughts.
Is there a specific worry about a sole user hogging all of the bandwidth? Google is pretty good about not having any one of it services (including Drive) really utilize a huge amount of bandwidth at any particular point of time. @Otakar.Kliers solution with breaking it into specific ranges would help with this, but I don't think you're going to be able to make it so that all users get a very certain max bandwidth.
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