What happens to the traffic flow, when a QoS maximum is hit?
Do the packets being to be dropped, or are they backed up, either in an internal Queue ( and if so, what is the size of that queue ),
or are they rate limited so the client/proxy sending the traffic queues itself?
So for example, I set that youtube is allowed 10% of the available internet bandwidth.
What happens when youtube comsumes that 10%, to traffic over and above that 10% that is trying to use youtube?
Do users not get connected at all?
Does traffic become queued on the appliance, and then passed through as it can allocate time?
Does the appliance not queue, but the client end handle this itself?
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