On a Linksys E1200 v2 with Shibby 1.28, I'm trying to configure so that one VLAN supports just email and light web browsing. I don't want the default VLAN throttled to any significant degree.
But to allow Priorities to work, I did enable QoS and set a Max Outbound Bandwidth Limit of 750 (with our measured minimum being around 890), then I set the WWW ceiling to 90%.
In the VLAN to be throttled with Port 4, I set the Upload Rate and Ceiling to 200. I also temporarily set a D/L Rate and Ceiling to 768 (though currently I have it set to an unreachable 16000).
Speed testing via Speedtest.net, etc., shows that the temporarily-set Download limits were effective. But the Upload settings were not effective at all (testing at around 900 instead of 200).
I saw somewhere a recommended workaround for that same problem, to create yet another VLAN with the same setup, remove the port of interest from the existing VLAN and assign it to the newest VLAN. This I did with Port 4. But the problem persisted with the identical setup on the newest VLAN.
Is this a bug in Shibby, or perhaps a problem in the Linksys hardware, or a configuration mistake on my part?