it's depending on how much your broadcast and multicast traffic you expect. from my experience, i limit b/c and m/c to 10% each for normal customer traffic. if you have many application sending multicast and broadcast, like video-conference, database collaboration and so-what application, it might be suitable to increase the ratio.
I wouldn't set storm-control for multicast too high because then it could stop all traffic on your switch because when the threshold for multicast isnreached then even broadcast and unicast are dropped.
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