Maximum rate limting

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Zone Director 9.7.0.0 build 220

I am trying to limit my guest WLAN access to above 20mbps threshold, but the options max out at 20mbps. Is this normal?

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MLG

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Posted 3 years ago

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Primož Marinšek, AlphaDog

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What, 20Mbps is not enough for you?
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MLG

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Thanks for the constructive advice. That wasn't my question.

This is a 50/5 line and I would like to limit clients to 30mbps.

I take it based on your question that this is normal.
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Primož Marinšek, AlphaDog

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The rate limit is per station not per ssid, so you should limit stations lower.
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Primož Marinšek, AlphaDog

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is it ok now?
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Munish Dhiman, Employee

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Hi MLG,

Rate limiting in WLAN is to limit the download and upload speed of the clients connecting to this WLAN.

When enabled,the network traffic throughput of each network device (i.e., client) is limited to the specified rate .

Valid values
include 0.10 and between 0.25~20.00 in 0.25 increments. It is normal

Thanks
Munish