This is a theoretical maximum, but I would feel more comfortable with values below 10%. When you are already having 15% it should be time to take some measures to reduce broadcast traffic. In my opinion 15-20% should only be a peak value, not a value that should be considered adequate.
One more note: Did you measure the 15% on a time when the network was normally loaded or did you measure during a time when there was little traffic? In the last case, you may have found a value that is too high.
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