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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?

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I'm experiencing the same

I'm experiencing the same problem, have you found any solution since your post ?

Regards.

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New Member

I'm experiencing the same

I'm experiencing the same problem, have you found any solution since your post ?

Regards.

New Member

No solution with the router,

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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I accidentally marked your

I accidentally marked your reply as the correct answer, and can't undo it.

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Can't undo neither, i'm going

Can't undo neither, i'm going to see that with cisco support, i'll keep you informed

New Member

OK, the thing with this

OK, the thing with this solution is that you're also limitting local bandwidth.

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