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When a computer with the IP you have specified (192.168.1.2) browses the Internet from your internal network, its bandwidth is restricted to what you set in your shaper.

  1. Go to FortiView > Traffic Shaping to view the current bandwidth usage for active shapers. Users on the local network have high-priority traffic.

    The IP address you specified receive limited_bandwidth treatment and may experience dropped bytes. Your limited_bandwidth shaper should not exceed 200 Kbps.

    Results show the Bytes (Sent/Received) in megabytes (MB) and the Bandwidth in Kbps.

  2. To view results in a bubble graph, change the graph type in the dropdown menu. Sort by Bandwidth to verify that your regular traffic is using more bandwidth.

  3. You can also double-click a shaper to see more granular information. Select the Destinations tab to see which websites use the most bandwidth.

Results

When a computer with the IP you have specified (192.168.1.2) browses the Internet from your internal network, its bandwidth is restricted to what you set in your shaper.

  1. Go to FortiView > Traffic Shaping to view the current bandwidth usage for active shapers. Users on the local network have high-priority traffic.

    The IP address you specified receive limited_bandwidth treatment and may experience dropped bytes. Your limited_bandwidth shaper should not exceed 200 Kbps.

    Results show the Bytes (Sent/Received) in megabytes (MB) and the Bandwidth in Kbps.

  2. To view results in a bubble graph, change the graph type in the dropdown menu. Sort by Bandwidth to verify that your regular traffic is using more bandwidth.

  3. You can also double-click a shaper to see more granular information. Select the Destinations tab to see which websites use the most bandwidth.