This is a complicated need.
CCR sits with 2 WAN links. WAN1 has a /29 , WAN2 has a /29 (different subnets)
Customer behind the CCR *requires* a public IP address but I have no access to routed IPs.
So, bridge-wan1(WAN1, CUSTPORT1) and turn on bridge firewall so I can use queues.
Problem is that I cannot use the bridge-wan1 interface for the target for the queue. It doesn't work. Downloads don't register, uploads do. If I try to select the WAN1 interface, Downloads to the client are 'uploads' in the queue, and uploads from the client don't show up in the queue. I can't just target the LAN IP addresses because there are 2 WAN interfaces and I need a queue on each.
Then to make matters worse, I'm using the simple queue max limit and limit so I can offer multiple customers on site up to the full speed yet commit them a specific fraction. ie, max limit 300/20 limit at 100/3. which means I don't see a clean way to transition to a queue tree, not that it fixes the bridged WAN setup.