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A wireless network administrator needs to limit guest user TCP traffic to no more than 50,000 kb/s, to conserve bandwidth on the guest WLAN.

To do this, the administrator configures the average real-time rate to 50,000 kb/s and the burst real-time rate to 60,000 kb/s.

Why does a test of the guest account show no restriction for the client TCP traffic?