Note: You can assign a higher allocation to a dynamic, or per user policy, than is configured as the maximum for the shaped interface. This can express the relative importance of classes that can use the full bandwidth limit. If one class is allocated 200% of the bandwidth to use, and another 100%, both can use up the whole interface bandwidth individually. However, when both are in use at the same time, bandwidth is allocated using a 2:1 ratio.
Tip: Very small allocations are unreliable. Around 20 kilobits per second is a practical allocation.
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