If you want to limit the traffic to your isp, it is better to setup shaping instead of policing. With policing you are dropping packets and this is what your ISP is doing inbound. So if you configure shaping outbound you are treating your traffic with care (as its being buffered) and the isp can't drop the traffic because it is conforming the contract (50Mb/s in your case).
I have never done shaping but this sounds like a much better idea. I googled around but am not confident in the information I see. Can you provide me with a sample configuration or link so I can trust I'm getting sound information?
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