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Juniper SSG5 firewall traffic-shaping problem

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We just installed a new broadband 100Mb. But the speed test only have around 50Mb after connected to the Juniper SSG5 firewall. However, if i change traffic-shaping mode to OFF, the speed test could have around 100Mb. Because i need traffic-shaping for some policies, the traffic-shaping mode is set to auto mode now.

After checking the policy base traffic-shaping and ingress policy of the interface rth0/5, there is no traffic shaping enabled. The speed only have 50Mb even i change the ingress and egress bandwidth to 100Mb manually as the screenshots.
Is there any other places i need to check for the traffic-shaping? Or how can i do the troubleshooting?
Thank you.
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Did you check all policies for traffic shaping settings too?
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I disabled all polices which had traffic shaping, but still had the slow 50Mb problem.
But The speed is 100Mb  after if i disable nsrp HA settings, we had two ssg5 to formed the active/active HA zone.

Where can i check the  traffic shaping or bandwidth control for this case?
Thank you.
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Now that you mention HA, I recall having read about issues like this. Check for firmware updates.
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