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    Quote Originally Posted by gphreak View Post
    The odd thing is that other sessions that show priority Medium (instead of empty) also have Priority 0.
    Don't know what that looks like, give us a screenshot, please!

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    Okay, so here's my session to the Untangle forums - listed as Medium/Medium (which again makes little sense as QoS is only for bypassed as established on page 1 - it should only have Bandwidth control?):
    session viewer_medium.png

    Here's the same session in the report:
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    If you compare that to a session that has no priorities in the session viewer:
    sessions_noqos.png

    I don't see a difference in the report:
    bandwidth_control_report_noqos.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by gphreak View Post
    b) Bypassed sessions have a Bandwidth Control Priority - shouldn't they not touch that part of the stack at all?
    They don't. There is definitely something wrong with the Session Viewer (at the top of the navigation bar).

    If you open a report elsewhere, like #reports?cat=network&rep=all-sessions, anything that is bypassed or blocked has a Priority of 0.
    If you think I got Grumpy

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    It's really odd. I would expect anything not touched by a rule to either consistently empty or consistently Medium.

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    Open a ticket and reference this thread, please!

    I will do the same.

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    Done! Thanks for the support.

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    Issue was confirmed but no root cause found. Since this seems to be only affecting UDP sessions I've added a new last rule that sets any UDP traffic to Medium priority. That seems to catch all stragglers without priority in the UI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gphreak View Post
    Issue was confirmed but no root cause found. Since this seems to be only affecting UDP sessions I've added a new last rule that sets any UDP traffic to Medium priority. That seems to catch all stragglers without priority in the UI.
    @gphreak, where did you add this rule to catch the stragglers? For non-bypassed sessions in the Bandwidth Control app or for bypassed sessions under Config->Network->Advanced->QoS-> QoS rules?

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