Cisco RV320: Rate Control on one subnet degrades bandwidth on a different subnet
My business has two subnets using VLAN's, a default one (192.68.0.x) and a guest one (192.68.2.x). I added rate control on the guest subnet, as shown in attached screenshot (rules currently disabled). When those rules are enabled, the default subnet bandwidth is severely degraded. As soon as I disable the rate control rules, the bandwidth returns to normal. I repeated this test over and over with same results.
Is there a known performance issue or some other bug with rate control?
No solution with the router, but I ended up adding throttling on my WiFi access points for the guest SSID. If you have the time, you might want to file this with Cisco Support as a bug. Someone told me once that they don't create bug tickets from these forums.
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