For example, consider a configuration where you create a service class, such as Management_Service_Class, that has the management subnet as the destination IP address and you bind a custom traffic shaping policy to this service class. In this case, when there is no traffic on WAN, you can notice that the management traffic is classified as Management_Service_Class in the service class report. However, in the Traffic Shaping Policy report, entries for Default Policy still exist that you might expect to exist as custom traffic shaping policy.
In the Traffic Shaping Policy report, the appliance does not use customized traffic shaping policy for the Management_Service_Class policy and applies Default Policy. To avoid this confusion, you can clear the All other option or define the LAN type link for the management interface.