Here is the answer from TAC when I asked the same question in Jan 07.
The error message can be explained by the fact that Hardware interface shaping granularity is (1-16/N) times the line rate where N=17...64000.
For example for Gigabit the shape rates would become: 58.8M =(1-16/17)x1G, 111.1M, 157.9M, 200.0M, 238.1M, 272.7M, 304.3M, 333.3M, ..., 999.6M, 999.7M, 999.8M =(1-16/64000)x1G.
For 100M interface this mean that minimum is about 6M.
In other words, the low end granularity is very coarse but the high end granularity is very fine. This is actually due to the hardware architecture, meaning also that this is something that cannot be changed.
The error message suggests you the closest value permitted:
"Closest value(s) are: 526315 bps, 500000 bps"
With these values the configuration will be accepted.
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