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KB44402 - Bandwidth Management policy does not get enforced for VPN tunneling users.
Last Modified Date
3/18/2020 7:53 PM
This article describes an issue with Bandwidth Management not getting enforced for VPN Tunneling users.
Problem or Goal
Bandwidth Management policy does not get enforced for VPN tunneling users.
This issue affects all PCS versions.
This is caused due to an issue in the Traffic Control Rules.
The fix for this issue is tentatively expected in the July 2020 PCS 9.1R8 Release.
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