Thanks everyone for the notes and suggestions. To add to my OP and answer your questions: Yes, my WAN connection is capable of 100/10 mbps down/up, but this MX is sharing that pipe with another network, and I need to limit the aggregate traffic through the MX to roughly 40/5. The other 60/5 will be consumed by the second network. Yes, there is only one WAN connected. It is hard-wired directly to the Internet connection which is limited to roughly 100/10. There is nothing connected to the WAN2 port All testing was done using a laptop directly connected via Cat6a to the MX-84. WiFi radio is turned off I initially tried putting 40/5 into the dashboard config, and when that didn't work I thought perhaps Meraki was interpreting "Mb/s" as megabytes per second (as Google does) instead of megabits per second. For this reason, I posted the more restrictive config in case my intuition was correct. I have since switched it back to 40/5 Mbps, but am still seeing the MX using the full 100/10 I ran the throughput test on Meraki dashboard and it comes back consistently 67.3 Mbps I tried rebooting the MX appliance, but the results did not change I realize I am on an older software version 13.33 (I have not yet been able to coordinate an upgrade window) - but I didn't see anything relevant in the release notes (for whatever little that's ever worth). I will upgrade as soon as practical to rule that out I'm notorious for missing the obvious, so I figured maybe someone knew of a setting I have to check to enable the traffic shaping. I've poked around the dashboard and documentation for a few hours, but haven't been able to find it. If not, I'll open a help ticket and post the results here. Thanks again for being so responsive - hope everyone is having a great start to the new year!
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