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You can policy the traffic, which means that you will set a higher limit and drop anything exceeding that. But I don’t think you need that, cause as I said from the low bandwidth WAN connection the packets will be transfered to a high bw LAN connection, where there is plenty of bandwidth and no reservation is needed UNLESS your router is a source of traffic towards the LAN (fileserver for example). In that case you can shape the outgoing traffic to the LAN, to prioritize the flows you want.