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Re: Tools classifying network traffic to applications

  • From: Darren Bounds
  • Date: Thu Sep 22 11:20:42 2005
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On 9/22/05, Joe Shen <> wrote:
> Hi,
> As I know there is tools designed to analyze VoIP
> traffic, but for viewpoint of traffic management this
> is not enough. Is there tool which could classify
> network traffic to its applications?
> e.g. the tools catch network traffic and recognize its
> application type automatically. If 80% of (80/tcp) is
> web browsing (tcp/80) is recognized as WEB browsing;
> if 80% of (1234/tcp) is Edonky, it is recognized as
> Edonkey application.
> Joe
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Thank you,
Darren Bounds

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