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Applications, Protocols, and Services Classified by PacketWise 8.5

PacketWise supports a variety of applications, protocols, and services for traffic classification. The traffic discovery process can detect many of them and automatically create traffic classes. You also can create classes manually via the browser interface or the command-line interface, and specify the services and protocols listed in the table shown below.

Several services in the following table are listed as service aggregates. A service aggregate encompasses a combination of services. When you create a traffic class for a service aggregate, multiple matching rules will be created to handle the traffic types represented by the group. For example, DLS (Data Link Switch) is a service aggregate for both the read and write port numbers. When you create a DLS traffic class, two matching rules will be defined to cover both ports. Since a service aggregate represents a combination of matching rules, you cannot specify port numbers for service aggregates (for example, VDOPhone).

The following services and protocols can be discovered and automatically classified, unless otherwise noted. You can check the Blue Coat download site periodically to see if any new classification plug-ins have been developed. If you have an application that does not use a well-known port number, you can specify the port number instead of the service name in the traffic class' matching rule definition.

If you are using the command-line interface to define traffic classes and matching rules, use the class services command to list the valid command-line service entries.

Service Groups

The applications and protocols that can be classified by PacketWise 8.5 are grouped into the following categories:

ClientServer: Client/Server applications
Collaboration: Software tools for facilitating communication between remote groups
ContentDelivery: Applications that push/deliver content
DatabaseERP: Database and Enterprise Resource Planning applications
DirectoryServices: Applications that provides access to directory services
Email: Email-related protocols
FileServices: File system applications
Games: Online-enabled games
Healthcare: Healthcare-related applications
Internet: Internet infrastructure protocols
Legacy: Legacy protocols
Messaging: Online instant messaging services
Middleware: Applications that function at an intermediate layer
Multimedia: Applications that deliver audio, video and graphics
NetworkMgmt: Protocols used to manage networks
NonIPv4: Non-IP version 4 protocols
P2P: Peer-to-Peer file sharing applications
Print: Network printing protocols
RemoteAccess: Applications to access remote hosts
Routing: Internet routing/switching protocols
Security: Protocols that provide security for network
SocialNetwork: Social network services
VoIP: Voice/video over IP

Services Table

Class Name

Description

Version Introduced
ClientServer: Client/Server applications
FIX Financial Information eXchange
pre-5.0.0
FoldingAtHome Distributed Computation Screen Saver (foldingathome.stanford.edu)
5.0.2
INFOC-RTMS Attachmate INFOConnect Response Time Monitor System
5.0.0
INT-1 Unisys Interactive 1 (2200, ClearPath IX)
5.0.0
MATIP Mapping of Airline Traffic over IP (RFC 2351) service aggregate
5.0.0
  MATIP-A MATIP Type A
5.0.0
  MATIP-B MATIP Type B
5.0.0
NetIQ NetIQ AppManager
5.1.0
OpenConnect-JCP OpenConnect JCP clients (browser-based access to host applications)
pre-5.0.0
PEPGate Attachmate PEP Gateway (Unisys 2200)
5.0.0
Unisys-TCPA Unisys TCPA (A Series, ClearPath LX, NX)
5.0.0
Collaboration: Software tools for facilitating communication between remote groups
Clearcase IBM Clearcase version control application
8.2.0
CVSpserver CVS (Concurrent Versions System) pserver
5.2.3
Hermes

Hermes News Content Manager

Note: As of v8.3.1, Hermes traffic is no longer autodiscovered by PacketWise; however, you can create this class manually.

8.0.1
LotusNotes Groupware for collaborative communication
pre-5.0.0
MeetingMaker Meeting Maker
5.0.0
T.120 Collaboration application
pre-5.0.0
WebEx WebEx Real-Time Communications Platform
5.2.1
ContentDelivery: Applications that push/deliver content
Apple-iTunes Apple iTunes - Music Downloads
6.0.2
Ariel-419 Infotrieve document delivery system (on port 419)
6.0.2
Ariel-422 Infotrieve document delivery system (on port 422)
6.0.2
BackWeb Push technology. Polite BackWeb has an agent on the client to prevent BackWeb background traffic from interfering with other IP network applications.
pre-5.0.0
Chaincast Chaincast Flexible Content Delivery System
5.2.3
EntryPoint EntryPoint push traffic (formerly PointCast)
5.0.0
GoogleEarth Google Earth (Keyhole) Maps Client
8.0.0
Kontiki Kontiki - Content Distribution Network
5.2.2
Marimba Marimba Castanet push traffic
pre-5.0.0
Napster2

Napster Pay-Per-Use Music

Note: The original Napster and Napster P2P clients are classified in the Napster service.

6.2.0
  Napster2-Data Napster Music File Downloads
6.2.0
  Napster2-Other Other Napster Traffic
6.2.0
NewsStand NewsStand-Reader - publication subscription service
pre-5.0.0
PointCast See EntryPoint
pre-5.0.0
Veetle Veetle Video Service
8.5.1
Webshots Webshots Desktop (photo screensaver application)
pre-5.0.0
DatabaseERP: Database and Enterprise Resource Planning applications
BAAN Baan enterprise management system
pre-5.0.0
FileMaker FileMaker Pro database service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  FileMaker-DB FileMaker database access
pre-5.0.0
  FileMaker-R FileMaker network host response
pre-5.0.0
JDENet J. D. Edwards OneWorld JDENet protocol
5.0.0
MSSQL Microsoft Structured Query Language service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  MSSQL-Mon SQL monitoring traffic
pre-5.0.0
  MSSQL-Server SQL server traffic
pre-5.0.0
Oracle Oracle database application service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  Oracle-netv1 Oracle SQL*Net v1-based traffic (v6, Oracle7)
Note: Oracle-netv1 traffic is no longer autodiscovered by PacketWise; however, you can create this class manually.
pre-5.0.0
  Oracle-netv2 Oracle SQL*Net v2/Net8-based traffic (Oracle7, 8, 8i, 9i, 10g)
pre-5.0.0
  Oracle-JVM-SSL Oracle JVM (IIOP) traffic over SSL
pre-5.0.0
  Oracle-SSL Oracle database over SSL
pre-5.0.0
OracleClient Oracle Java client (Webforms)
pre-5.0.0
OracleEM Oracle Enterprise Manager
5.2.1
  OracleEM1 Oracle Enterprise Manager-1
5.2.1
  OracleEM2 Oracle Enterprise Manager-2
5.2.1
PostgreSQL PostgreSQL freeware SQL database
6.0.2
Progress Progress database traffic
5.0.0
SAP SAP - Systemanalyse und Programmentwicklung (Services, Applications, and Products in Data Processing)
5.0.0
SAP.MCAST.NET Multicast Service Announcement Protocol: 224.2.127.254
5.0.0
DirectoryServices: Applications that provides access to directory services
CRS Microsoft Content Replication Service
pre-5.0.0
DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  DHCP-C DHCP or BootP Client
pre-5.0.0
  DHCP-S DHCP or BootP Server
pre-5.0.0
DNS Domain Name Service
pre-5.0.0
Finger Finger User Information Protocol
pre-5.0.0
Ident Identification Protocol
pre-5.0.0
Kerberos Network Authentication Service (ticket granting and checking)
pre-5.0.0
LDAP Lightweight Directory Access Protocol service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  LDAP-Clear LDAP
pre-5.0.0
  LDAP-Secure Secure LDAP
pre-5.0.0
mDNS Multicast DNS (Apple Rendezvous)
7.0.0
MS-ActiveDir Microsoft Active Directory
8.2.0
  MS-ActiveDir-Rep Active Directory Replication
8.2.0
  MS-ActiveDir-Bkup Active Directory Backup
8.2.0
  MS-ActiveDir-Rstr Active Directory Restore
8.2.0
RADIUS Service agggregate for Remote Authentication Dial-in User Service
pre-5.0.0
  RADIUS-Acct RADIUS accounting service
pre-5.0.0
  RADIUS-Auth RADIUS authentication service
pre-5.0.0
RRP NSI Registry Registrar Protocol
5.1.0
rwho UNIX remote who (rwho) command; reports current users for all hosts on the local network
pre-5.0.0
TACACS Login host protocol
pre-5.0.0
WHOIS WHOIS service (application that identifies the owner of a domain name)
pre-5.0.0
WINS Windows Internet Name Service
pre-5.0.0
Email: Email-related protocols
Biff UNIX new mail notification
pre-5.0.0
ccMail Lotus cc:Mail email application
pre-5.0.0
Groupwise Novell Groupwise messaging system service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  Groupwise-MTA Novell Groupwise Message Transfer Agent
pre-5.0.0
  Groupwise-POA Novell Groupwise Post Office Agent
pre-5.0.0
IMAP Interactive Mail Access Protocol service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  IMAP-Clear Interactive Mail Access Protocol
pre-5.0.0
  IMAP-Secure Secure Interactive Mail Access Protocol
pre-5.0.0
MS-Exchange Microsoft Exchange
8.2.0
  MS-Exchange-Dir Exchange Directory
8.2.0
  MS-Exchange-MAPI Exchange MAPI
8.2.0
  MS-Exchange-Admin Exchange Admin
8.2.0
MSSQ Microsoft Message Queue service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  MSSQ-CQ MSSQ Client Queue
pre-5.0.0
  MSSQ-IS MSSQ Information Store
pre-5.0.0
  MSSQ-Ping MSSQ Ping Mechanism
pre-5.0.0
  MSSQ-QMT MSSQ Queue Manager Traffic
pre-5.0.0
  MSSQ-SQ MSSQ Server Queue
pre-5.0.0
OSI Open System Interconnection (OSI) over TCP (RFC2126), e.g., Microsoft Exchange X.400
pre-5.0.0
POP3 Mail reception (Post Office Protocol) service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  POP3-Clear Post Office Protocol for e-mail
pre-5.0.0
  POP3-Kerberos Secure Mail Reception (Post Office Protocol with Kerberos)
5.0.2
  POP3-Secure Secure Post Office Protocol for e-mail
pre-5.0.0
SMTP Simple Mail Transport Protocol (mail transmission) service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  SMTP-Clear Mail transmission
pre-5.0.0
  SMTP-Secure Secure mail transmission with SSL
pre-5.0.0
FileServices: File system applications
AFS Andrew File System service aggregate
5.0.2
  AFS-FS Andrew File System file server
5.0.2
  AFS-VL Andrew File System volume location database
5.0.2
CIFS CIFS - Common Internet File System
8.2.0
  CIFS-TCP CIFS over TCP
8.2.0
  CIFS-NB CIFS over NetBIOS
8.2.0
CU-Dev Fujitsu Device Control (CU-DEV on TCP/IP)
pre-5.0.0
CVSup CVS-Optimized Network File Distribution System
5.1.0
lockd NFS file lock daemon
pre-5.0.0
Microsoft-ds Microsoft Common Internet File System / Server Message Block (SMB) protocol
5.0.0
Mobiliti-6-Control Packeteer Mobiliti v6 - Control
8.21
Mobiliti-7-Control Packeteer Mobiliti v7 - Control
8.2.1
Mobiliti-Data Packeteer Mobiliti - Data
8.2.0
NetBIOS-IP NetBIOS over IP service aggregate (NetBIOS is a program that allows applications on different computers to communicate within a LAN)
pre-5.0.0
  NetBIOS-IP- DGM NetBIOS Datagram Service
pre-5.0.0
  NetBIOS-IP-NS NetBIOS Name Service
pre-5.0.0
  NetBIOS-IP-SSN NetBIOS Session Service
pre-5.0.0
NFS UNIX Network File System (both TCP and UDP)
pre-5.0.0
NW5-CMD Netware 5 - Compatibility Mode Drivers service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  NW5-CMD-TCP Netware 5 - Compatibility Mode Drivers over TCP
pre-5.0.0
  NW5-CMD-UDP Netware 5 - Compatibility Mode Drivers over UDP
pre-5.0.0
NW5-NCP Netware 5 Core Protocol
pre-5.0.0
Perforce Perforce Software Configuration Management System
8.5.1
rsync UNIX remote file synchronization protocol
5.3
SunND Sun Network Disk boot protocol
6.1.0
WAFS Packeteer Wide Area File System Tunnels
8.2.0
WDC Packeteer Wide Dictionary Compression Tunnels - Data
8.2.0
WDC-Control Packeteer Wide Dictionary Compression Tunnels - Control
8.2.0
Games: Online-enabled games
AsheronsCall Asheron's Call network game by Microsoft
5.0.2
Battle.net Blizzard Entertainment online gaming services, including Diablo, Warcraft, and StarCraft
5.0.1
Battlefield BattleField Games
8.4.1
CityOfHeroes City of Heroes - Massively Multi-player Online Role Playing Game
8.2.0
Doom Doom game
pre-5.0.0
Everquest classified as SonyOnline
5.2.1
GameSpy GameSpy Online Gaming
8.4.1
Half-Life Service aggregate for Half-Life network games by Valve and Sierra Studios (including Opposing Forces, CounterStrike, and Team Fortress)
5.0.2
  Half-Life-TCP Half-Life chat and server
5.0.2
  Half-Life-UDP Half-Life request and game play
5.0.2
Kali Gaming protocol
pre-5.0.0
LucasArts Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
5.2.3
MSN-Zone Microsoft Network Gaming Zone, including Age of Empires
5.0.2
  MSN-Zone-TCP Microsoft Network Gaming Zone - TCP traffic
5.0.2
  MSN-Zone-UDP Microsoft Network Gaming Zone - UDPtraffic
5.0.2
Mythic Mythic Entertainment games (Dark Age of Camelot)
5.2.2
Quake Quake game service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  Quake-A Quake (port 26000)
pre-5.0.0
  Quake-B Quake (port 27500)
pre-5.0.0
  Quake-II-TCP Quake II over TCP
pre-5.0.0
  Quake-II-UDP Quake II over UDP
pre-5.0.0
  Quake-III Quake III Arena
5.0.2
SonyOnline Games by Sony Online Entertainment (e.g., EverQuest)
5.2.1
Tribes Starsiege Tribes network game by Sierra Studios (includes Tribes 2)
5.0.2
Unreal Unreal Tournament PC Game
5.0.2
  Unreal-Browser Unreal Tournament - Browser
5.0.2
  Unreal-Ping Unreal Tournament - Info Ping
5.0.2
  Unreal-Play Unreal Tournament - Game Play
5.0.2
  Unreal-Status Unreal Tournament - Status Request
5.0.2
WorldofWarCraft World of Warcraft game
8.0
XboxLive Microsoft Xbox Live Gaming Service
8.0
YahooGames Yahoo! Games
5.0.2

Healthcare: Healthcare-related applications

For details on managing this type of traffic, see Common Performance-Management Strategies for Healthcare Environments.

DICOM Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine
5.2.3
HL7 Health Level Seven
5.2.3
Internet: Internet infrastructure protocols
FTP File Transfer Protocol service aggregate classification - both FTP commands and data
pre-5.0.0
  FTP-Cmd-Clear File Transfer Protocol command channel
pre-5.0.0
  FTP-Cmd-Secure Secure FTP command channel (SSL)
pre-5.0.0
  FTP-Data-Clear FTP data transport channel
pre-5.0.0
  FTP-Data-Secure Secure FTP data transfer channel (SSL)
pre-5.0.0
Gopher Search application
pre-5.0.0
HTTP Web traffic - Hypertext Transport Protocol
pre-5.0.0
HTTP-Tunnel

HTTP Tunnel Traffic (traffic that is sent through an HTTP tunnel via an HTTP proxy server on the Internet - perhaps to bypass firewall rules) See the Knowledge Base for information about restricting traffic in an HTTP tunnel.

6.0.0
IP Internet Protocol (not autodiscovered)
pre-5.0.0
IPIP IP-within-IP Encapsulation Protocol
5.2.1
NNTP Usenet NetNews Transfer Protocol
pre-5.0.0
  NNTP-Clear Clear Text Usenet newsgroup transmission
pre-5.0.0
  NNTP-Secure Secure Usenet newsgroup transmission
pre-5.0.0
SOAP-HTTP Simple Object Access Protocol over HTTP
7.0.0
TCP Transmission Control Protocol - all Internet TCP traffic (not autodiscovered)
pre-5.0.0
TFTP Trivial File Transfer Protocol
pre-5.0.0
UDP User Datagram Protocol - all Internet UDP traffic (not autodiscovered)
pre-5.0.0
UUCP Unix-to-Unix Copy Protocol
pre-5.0.0
WAP Wireless Application Protocol
8.0.0
XTP Xpress Transport Protocol
8.0.0
Legacy: Legacy protocols
3PC Third Party Connect Protocol
8.0.0
ACTNET Active Networks
8.0.0
AFP AppleTalk Filing Protocol (AppleShare IP) 
pre-5.0.0
Argus Argus Protocol (System for Distributed Programs)
8.0.0
ARIS Aggregate Route-based IP Switching
8.0.0
AX-25 AX.25 Frames
8.0.0
BBN-RCC-Monitor BBN RCC Monitoring
8.0.0
BNA BNA Protocol
8.0.0
BR-SAT-MON Backroom SATNET Monitoring
8.0.0
BulkDataXfer Bulk Data Transfer Protocol
8.0.0
CFTP File Transfer Protocol over IP
8.0.0
Chaos CHAOS Reliable Streaming Protocol
8.0.0
CompaqPeer Compaq Peer Protocol
8.0.0
CPHB Computer Protocol Heart Beat
8.0.0
CPNX Computer Protocol Network Executive
8.0.0
CRTP Combat Radio Transport Protocol
8.0.0
CRUDP Combat Radio User Datagram Protocol
8.0.0
DCN-Measure DCN Measurement Subsystems
8.0.0
DDP Datagram Delivery Protocol
8.0.0
DDX D-II Data Exchange
8.0.0
DGP Dissimilar Gateway Protocol
8.0.0
DISTFS Distributed File System
8.0.0
Emcon Network Emission Control Protocol
8.0.0
Encap Encapsulation Header Protocol
8.0.0
EtherIP Ethernet-within-IP Encapsulation
8.0.0
FC Fibre Channel Protocol
8.0.0
FIRE FIRE Protocol
8.0.0
FNAonTCP FNA on TCP service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
FNAonTCP-1 Transport Independent Convergence (FNA on TCP port 492)
pre-5.0.0
FNAonTCP-2 Transport Independent Convergence (FNA on TCP port 493)
pre-5.0.0
GMTP GMTP Protocol
8.0.0
HostMonitor Host Monitoring Protocol
8.0.0
IATP Interactive Agent Transfer Protocol
8.0.0
IDPR Inter-Domain Policy Routing Protocol
8.0.0
IDPR-CMTP IDPR Control Message Transport Protocol
8.0.0
IDRP Inter-Domain Routing Protocol
8.0.0
IFMP Ipsilon Flow Management Protocol
8.0.0
IL Internet Link (IL) Transport Protocol
8.0.0
INLSP  Integrated Net Layer Security Protocol
8.0.0
IPCV Internet Packet Core Utility
8.0.0
IPLT IPLT Protocol
8.0.0
IPPC Internet Pluribus Packet Core
8.0.0
IPX-in-IP IPX in IP
8.0.0
IRTP Internet Reliable Transaction Protocol
8.0.0
ISIS ISIS over IPv4
8.0.0
ISO-TP4 ISO Transport Protocol Class 4
8.0.0
Kryptolan Kryptolan Protocol
8.0.0
LARP Locus Address Resolution Protocol
8.0.0
Leaf-1 Leaf-1 Protocol
8.0.0
Leaf-2 Leaf-2 Protocol
8.0.0
MERIT-INP MERIT Internodal Protocol
8.0.0
MFE-NSP MFE Network Services Protocol
8.0.0
MHRP Mobile Host Routing Protocol
8.0.0
MICP Mobile Internetworking Control Protocol
8.0.0
MPLS-IP MPLS encapsulation in IP
8.0.0 
MTP Multicast Transport Protocol
8.0.0
NARP NBMA Address Resolution Protocol
8.0.0
NetBEUI NetBEUI - Network protocol for PCs
pre-5.0.0
NetVoice Network Voice Protocol
8.0.0
NSFNET-IGP NSFNET Interior Gateway Protocol
8.0.0
PGM PGM Reliable Transport Protocol
8.0.0
PIPE Private IP Encapsulation within IP
8.0.0
PktRadioMeasure Packet Radio Measurement Protocol
8.0.0
PNNI PNNI over IP
8.0.0
PRIV-ENCRYPT Private Encryption Scheme
8.0.0
PTP Performance Transparency Protocol
8.0.0
PVP Packet Video Protocol
8.0.0
QNX QNX Realtime OS Protocol
8.0.0
RSVP-E2E-Ignore Protocol for Aggregation of RSVP
8.0.0
RVD MIT Remote Virtual Disk Protocol
8.0.0
SAT-EXPAK SATNET and Backroom EXPAK
8.0.0
SATMON SATNET Monitoring
8.0.0
SCCSP Semaphore Communications Secure Protocol
8.0.0
SCPS Space Communications Protocol Suite
8.0.0
SCTP Stream Control Transmission Protocol
8.0.0
SDRP Source Demand Routing Protocol
8.0.0
Secure-VMTP Secure Versatile Message Transaction Protocol
8.0.0
SEP Sequential Exchange Protocol
8.0.0
SKIP Simple Key management for Internet Protocol
8.0.0
SLP Service Location Protocol
pre-5.0.0
SM SM Protocol
8.0.0
SMP Simple Message Protocol
8.0.0
SNP Sitara Networks Protocol
8.0.0
Sprite-RPC Sprite RPC Protocol
8.0.0
SPS Secure Packet Shield Protocol
8.0.0
SRP SpectraLink Radio Protocol
8.0.0
SSCOPMCE Service Specific Connection Oriented Protocol in a Multilink and Connectionless Environment
8.0.0
STP Schedule Transfer Protocol
8.0.0
TCF TCF Protocol
8.0.0
TLSP Transport Layer Security Protocol
8.0.0
TMUX Transport Multiplexing Protocol
8.0.0
TPPlus TP++ Transport Protocol
8.0.0
Trunk-1 Trunk-1 Protocol
8.0.0
Trunk-2 Trunk-2 Protocol
8.0.0
TTP Trivial Transport Protocol
8.0.0
UDPLite Lightweight UDP
8.0.0 
UTI Universal Tunnel Interface Protocol
8.0.0
VINES Virtual Integrated Network Service
8.0.0
VISA VISA Protocol
8.0.0
VMTP Versatile Message Transaction Protocol
8.0.0
VRRP Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol
8.0.0
WB-EXPAK Wideband EXPAK Protocol
8.0.0
WB-MON WIDEBAND Monitoring
8.0.0
WSN Wang Span Network
8.0.0
xNet Cross Net Debugger
8.0.0
ZeroHop-Proto 0-hop Protocol
8.0.0

Messaging: Online instant messaging services

For details on managing this type of traffic, see Control Instant Messaging.

AOL-AIM-ICQ AOL 8.0 - AOL Instant Messenger & ICQ service aggregate
5.0.1
  AOL-IM AOL - Instant Messenger & ICQ Client-Server
5.0.1
  ICQ-2000 ICQ - ICQ2000 Client to Client Protocol
5.0.2
  AOL-IM-Talk AOL Instant Messaging Point-to-Point Talk
5.2.1
  AOL-IM-IMAGE AOL Instant Messaging Point-to-Point Chat
5.2.1
  AOL-IM-File AOL Instant Messaging Point-to-Point File Transfer
5.2.1
  AOL-ISP AOL 8.0 ISP client traffic
6.0.0
  AOL-Default Unknown AOL traffic
6.0.0
  AOL-iChat Apple iChat client traffic
8.0.0
IRC Internet Relay Chat service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  IRC-Chat Internet Relay Chat - General chat traffic
5.2.1
  IRC-DCC Internet Relay Chat - Direct Client-to-Client traffic
5.2.1
  IRC-Secure Secure Internet Relay Chat with SSL (port 994)
pre-5.0.0
  IRC-Servers Internet Relay Chat - Server-to-Server traffic
5.2.1
  IRC-194 IRC on port 194
pre-5.0.0
  IRC-6665 IRC on port 6665 (server to server)
pre-5.0.0
  IRC-6667 IRC on port 6667 (client to server)
pre-5.0.0
Jabber Jabber/Google-Talk Instant Messaging Application
8.2.0
Lotus-IM

IBM Lotus Instant Messaging

Note: Some Instant Messenger traffic is classified into pre-existing services: Broadcast Service will classify into RTSP, Meeting Data into T.120, and Meeting Updates into LotusNotes. In order to track and manage Lotus messaging traffic most effectively, you may want to group Lotus-IM, RTSP, T.120, and LotusNotes into a single folder.

6.0.2
  Lotus-IM-CommC IBM Lotus Instant Messaging - Tunneled Community Service
6.0.2
  Lotus-IM-CommS IBM Lotus Instant Messaging - Community Service
6.0.2
  Lotus-IM-MtgS IBM Lotus Instant Messaging - Meeting Service
6.0.2
  Lotus-IM-SrvrEx IBM Lotus Instant Messaging - Server Exchange
6.0.2
Meebo Meebo Instant Messaging Service
8.3.1
MSN-IM-FileXsfer File Transfer on MSN/Windows-Live-Messenger
8.3.1
MSN-IM-Webcam Webcam for MSN/Windows-Live-Messenger
8.3.1
MSN-Messenger MSN Messenger Chat Service
5.0.1
QQ QQ Applications
8.3.1
  QQIM QQ Instant Messenger
8.4.1
  QQGames QQ Games
8.4.1
  QQWeb QQ Web
8.4.1
Windows-POPUP Windows Messenger Delivery (RPC); classifies Windows Messenger spam pop-up windows that were sent out with applications such as DirectAdvertising
6.0.2
YahooMsg Yahoo! Messenger
pre-5.0.0

Middleware: Applications that function at an intermediate layer

ActiveX Microsoft object-oriented program technologies and tools
pre-5.0.0
BITS Microsoft Background Intelligent Transfer Service
6.2.0
CORBA CORBA Internet Inter-ORB Protocol (IIOP)
pre-5.0.0
DCOM Microsoft Distributed Component Object Model
pre-5.0.0
JavaRMI Java 1.1.4 TCP Remote Method Invocation service aggregate
5.0.0
  JavaRMI- Act Java 1.1.4 TCP Remote Method Invocation - Activate
5.0.0
  JavaRMI - Call Java 1.1.4 TCP Remote Method Invocation - Call
5.0.0
  JavaRMI-Reg Java 1.1.4 TCP Remote Method Invocation - Registry
5.0.0
SmartSockets Tibco SmartSockets traffic
6.0.2
SunRPC Sun Remote Procedure Calls (UDP) service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  SunRPC-Call Sun Remote Procedure Calls
pre-5.0.0
  SunRPC-PortMap Sun Remote Procedure Calls Port Mapper
pre-5.0.0

Multimedia: Applications that deliver audio, video and graphics

For details on managing this type of traffic, see Control Streaming Media.

Abacast Abacast distributed streaming technology
7.0.0
AcTVila AcTVila - Japanese Network Television
8.4.1
DragonFly DragonFly Storm Video Sharing Service
8.5.1
FlashVideo

Streaming Flash Video

Note: Content providers such as ABC and ESPN use Streaming Flash Video to deliver video content over the Internet.

8.2.0
GoogleVideo Google Video Service
8.2.0
Motion Motion video (ESPN Motion, etc.) using DIGStream
7.0.0
MPEG-4 MPEG-4 Audio/Video Content
8.5.1
MPEG-Audio Moving Picture Experts Group - Audio Streams
pre-5.0.0
MPEG-Video Moving Picture Experts Group - Video Streams
pre-5.0.0
NetworkTVBoxMedia Network Television Box Media Traffic
8.4.1
NicoNicoDouga Japanese video sharing website

8.4.1
  NicoNicoDouga-Video NicoNicoDouga-Video Traffic
8.4.1
  NicoNicoDouga-Other NicoNicoDouga-Non-Video Traffic
8.4.1
Ofoto Ofoto image sharing traffic
7.1.0
Ogg Ogg over HTTP
7.1.0
Pandora Pandora music streaming application
8.31
Podcast

Podcast User Agents Traffic - XML/RSS Feeds

Note: Classifies traffic generated by the following "podcatcher" clients: TVTonic, NewzCrawler, Juice, WinPodder, and RSS_Radio.

8.2.0
QuickTime QuickTime over HTTP
5.0.0
RadioNetscape Radio@Netscape streaming music application, powered by Spinner
6.2.0
Real Service aggregate for Real Networks streaming audio/video application
pre-5.0.0
  Real-BackChan Real Networks multicast back-channel traffic
pre-5.0.0
  Real-Encoder Real Networks encoder traffic over HTTP or RTSP
pre-5.0.0
  Real-Multicast Real Networks real data transport UDP multicast traffic
pre-5.0.0
  Real-Player Real Networks Player traffic over HTTP or RTSP
pre-5.0.0
  Real-RDT-TCP Real Networks Real Data transport TCP traffic
pre-5.0.0
  Real-RDT-UDP Real Networks Real Data transport UDP traffic
pre-5.0.0
  Real-RTP-TCP Real Networks Real-time Transport Protocol TCP traffic
5.0.0
  Real-RTP-UDP Real Networks Real-time Transport Protocol UDP traffic
pre-5.0.0
  Real-Web Real Networks traffic over HTTP or RTSP
pre-5.0.0
RTSP Real-Time Streaming Protocol
pre-5.0.0
Shoutcast Shoutcast streaming audio
pre-5.0.0
Slingbox Slingbox Streaming Personal Television
8.2.0
SmugMug SmugMug image sharing traffic
8.2.0
ST2 Internet Stream protocol, version 2
pre-5.0.0
StreamWorks StreamWorks Audio and Video
pre-5.0.0
VideoFrame Citrix VideoFrame service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  VideoFrame-TCP Citrix VideoFrame control (TCP)
pre-5.0.0
  VideoFrame-UDP Citrix VideoFrame streaming data (UDP)
pre-5.0.0
WinampStream Winamp streaming traffic
6.0.2
WinMedia Microsoft Windows Media service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  WinMedia-Mcast Windows Media Streaming over UDP Multicast
5.0.0
  WinMedia-MSBD Windows Media Encoder
5.0.0
  WinMedia-TCP Microsoft Windows Media (NetShow) Streaming over TCP
pre-5.0.0
  WinMedia-UDP Windows Media Streaming over UDP Unicast
pre-5.0.0
YouTube YouTube Video Service
8.2.0
NetworkMgmt: Protocols used to manage networks
Day-Time Day-Time (port 13)
5.0.2
Echo Echo Protocol
5.2.1
FlowRecords Packeteer Proprietary Flow Detail Records
7.0.0
ICMP Internet Control Message Protocol
pre-5.0.0
iMS IShared Management System
8.2.0
IPComp IP Payload Compression Protocol (IPComp); a protocol to reduce the size of IP packets
6.0.0
NetFlowV5 NetFlow v5
7.0.0
NTP Network Time Protocol service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
ProxySG Blue Coat ProxySG Appliance Control traffic
8.4.1
ProxySG-ADN Blue Coat ProxySG Appliance Tunnel traffic
8.4.1
ProxySG-Management ProxySG Management Console Traffic
8.3.3
RSVP Resource Reservation Protocol
5.0.0
SMS Microsoft SMS 2.0 - Service Pack 2 or later
5.2.1
  SMS-Auth SMS authentication
5.2.0
  SMS-Chat SMS remote chat
5.2.0
  SMS-File SMS file transfer
5.2.0
  SMS-RC SMS remote control
5.2.0
SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  SNMP-Mon SNMP monitoring traffic
pre-5.0.0
  SNMP-Trap SNMP event notification
pre-5.0.0
STUN Session Traversal Utilities for NAT
8.5.1
Syslog UNIX system logging
pre-5.0.0
TimeServer Time Server (port 37)
5.0.2
WCCP-Control Web Cache Communication Protocol Control Traffic
8.5.1
NonIPv4: Non-IP version 4 protocols
AppleTalk Apple network protocol
pre-5.0.0
CiscoDiscovery Cisco Router Discovery Protocol
pre-5.0.0
DECnet Digital Equipment Corporation network protocol
pre-5.0.0
DRP DECnet Routing Protocol
pre-5.0.0
DTP Dynamic Trunking Protocol
7.2.1
FNA Fujitsu Network Architecture (a variant of SNA)
pre-5.0.0
IPv6 Internet Protocol version 6 (IPng)
pre-5.0.0
IPX Novell networking protocol
pre-5.0.0
LAT DEC Printer Support (Local Area Transport)
pre-5.0.0
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Legacy Protocols
pre-5.0.0
MOP-DL Maintenance Operations Protocol Dump/Load
5.1.0
MOP-RC Maintenance Operations Protocol Remote Console
5.1.0
PAgP Port Aggregation Protocol
7.2.1
PPPoE Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet
5.2.1
PPPoE-Control Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet - Control
5.2.0
PPPoE-Data Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet - Data
5.2.0
PVSTP Cisco Per-VLAN Spanning Tree Plus protocol (PVST+)
7.2.1
RARP Reverse Address Resolution Protocol
pre-5.0.0
SNA IBM Systems Network Architecture protocol
pre-5.0.0
SpanningTree IEEE802.1 Bridge Spanning Tree
pre-5.0.0
VLAN-Bridge VLAN Bridge Protocol
7.2.1
VTP VLAN Trunking Protocol
7.2.1

P2P: Peer-to-Peer file sharing applications

For details on controlling this type of traffic, see Control Peer-2-Peer Downloads.

Note: Traffic for TCP handshakes will be classified in the Default class while a Peer-to-Peer application is looking for hosts that are online. Traffic will get classified into the appropriate P2P class once the data downloads begin.

Aimster Aimster file sharing application service aggregate
5.1.0
  Aimster-Cmd Aimster command traffic
5.1.0
  Aimster-Data Aimster file transfer traffic (upload/download)
5.1.0
  Aimster-Init Aimster initial connection to redirector
5.1.0
Ares Ares P2P Filesharing Application
8.2.0
Audiogalaxy Audiogalaxy Satellite File Sharing Community (including Rhapsody)
5.0.2
BitTorrent BitTorrent Distributed File Sharing System (Including Azureus, BitComet, Flashget, Limewire, and Utorrent)
6.0.1
  BT-Data BitTorrent Data
8.2.0
  BT-Tracker

BitTorrent Tracker

Note: BitTorrent clients connect to a tracker in order to receive their initial list of peers. Most of the peer exchange traffic will classify into the BT-Tracker service.

8.2.0
Blubster Blubster File Sharing Application
5.0.0
DirectConnect NeoModus Direct Connect File Sharing Community
5.1.0
EarthStationV

EarthStation V p2p
7.0.0
  EarthV-Search EarthStation V search traffic
7.0.0
  EarthV-HTTP EarthStation V over HTTP
7.0.0
  EarthV-SSL EarthStationV secure traffic
7.0.0
  EarthV-PXP EarthStation V pxp file transfers
7.0.0
eDonkey eDonkey2000 File Sharing Application service aggregate (including eMule, Flashget, and Overnet)
5.2.0
  eDonkey-TCP eDonkey2000 data traffic
5.2.0
  eDonkey-Ping eDonkey2000 host location ping requests
5.2.0
eXeem eXeem P2P Filesharing Application
8.0.0
FileRogue FileRogue File Sharing Application
5.2.3
Filetopia Filetopia community traffic
6.0.2
Furthurnet Furthur Network Peer to Peer File Sharing
5.3.0
Gnutella File sharing and distribution network service aggregate (a variety of look-alike clients get classified as Gnutella, for example, Acquisition, Limewire, Phex, Mutella, Morpheus, Qtraxmax, Shareaza and Xolox)
5.0.0
  Gnutella-Cmd Gnutella command and query traffic
5.0.0
  Gnutella-Download Gnutella file transfer from the outside to the inside
5.0.0
  Gnutella-Init Gnutella initial connection
5.0.0
  Gnutella-Upload Gnutella file transfer from the inside to the outside
5.0.0
Groove Groove Peer-to-Peer Application
5.1.0
Hopster Hopster Proxy Connection
8.0.0
Hotline Hotline File Sharing Community service aggregate
5.1.0
  Hotline-TCP Hotline File Sharing Community - TCP
5.1.0
  Hotline-UDP Hotline File Sharing Community - UDP
5.1.0
iMesh User-to-User Media Exchange
5.0.0
Joost Joost P2P IPTV Application
8.4.1
KaZaA KaZaA File Sharing Application service aggregate
Note: MusicCity Morpheus also classifies as KaZaA
5.1.0
  KaZaA-Cmd KaZaA command traffic
5.1.0
  KaZaA-Download KaZaA file transfer from the outside to the inside
5.1.0
  KaZaA-Query KaZaA peer server query
5.2.3
  KaZaA-Upload KaZaA file transfer from the inside to the outside
5.1.0
Napster

Napster Music Community service aggregate

Note: This is the original protocol that classifies Napster or Napster look-alike P2P clients. The pay-for-music Napster protocol is classified with Napster2.

5.0.0
  Napster-Cmd Napster command traffic
5.0.0
  Napster-Data Napster data traffic (upload/download)
5.0.0
  Napster-Init Napster initial connection to napster.com
5.0.0
  Naptser-UDP Napster UDP traffic (upload/download)
5.0.0
Pando Pando P2P File Sharing Application
8.3.1
PeerEnabler Altnet over KaZaA (v2.5) and PeerEnabler traffic
6.0.2
PPLive PPLive P2P Streaming Video
8.2.0
PPStream PPStream P2P IPTV Application
8.5.1
ScourExchange ScourExchange File Sharing Community.
5.0.0
  Scour-Web Scour Exchange - web traffic
5.0.0
  Scour-CSC Scour Exchange - CSC protocol
5.0.0
Share Japanese P2P Filesharing Application
8.0.0
SoulSeek SoulSeek P2P Filesharing Application
7.1.0
Thunder Thunder P2P Traffic
8.5.1
Torpark Torpark Secure Browser Application Protocol
8.3.1
Tripnosis Tripnosis File Sharing Application
5.1.0
TVU-Player TVU Player - P2P TV
8.2.0
Warez Warez - P2P App
8.2.0
Winny Winny P2P Filesharing Application
6.0.2
Winny2 Winny P2P Filesharing Application version 2
8.0.0
Winnyp Winnyp P2P Filesharing Application
8.5.3
xB Browser Classifies as Torpark
Print: Network printing protocols
IPP Internet Printing Protocol
5.0.0
Printer UNIX line printer spooler (LPR)
pre-5.0.0
T38 T.38 - Fax Over IP
8.2.0
tn3287 IBM 3270 print traffic (TN 3287 extensions)
pre-5.0.0
tn5250p IBM 5250 print traffic over Telnet
pre-5.0.0
RemoteAccess: Applications to access remote hosts
ATSTCP Galileo 2915 Terminal and Printer Traffic
5.0.0
Attachmate-GW Attachmate INFOConnect-e-Vantage Gateway
5.0.0
Citrix Citrix connectivity application service aggregate. Enables any type of client to access applications across any type of network connection.
5.1.0
  Citrix-ICA Citrix Independent Computer Architecture (ICA)
5.1.0
  Citrix-SB Citrix Server Browsing (UDP)
pre-5.0.0
CitrixCGP Citrix Common Gateway Protocol
8.2.0
CitrixIMA Citrix Integrated Management Architecture service aggregate
5.0.1
  CitrixIMA-CMC Citrix IMA Management Console
5.0.1
  CitrixIMA-Svr Citrix IMA Server to Server
5.0.1
GoToMyPC GoToMyPC HTTP traffic
6.0.2
pcAnywhere Remote management collaboration tool service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  pcAnywhere-D pcAnywhere data
pre-5.0.0
  pcAnywhere-OD pcAnywhere data (old port)
pre-5.0.0
  pcAnywhere-OS pcAnywhere status (old port)
pre-5.0.0
  pcAnywhere-S pcAnywhere status
pre-5.0.0
Persona Persoft Persona service aggregate
5.0.0
  Persona-Clear Persoft Persona non-encrypted (port 1917)
5.0.0
  Persona-Secure Persoft Persona secure SSL
5.0.0
radmin Remote Administrator (remote control software)
6.2.0
RDP Remote Desktop Protocol - Microsoft Windows Terminal Server
pre-5.0.0
RemotelyAnywhere RemotelyAnywhere Remote Desktop Services
7.2.1
rexec UNIX remote execution protocol
pre-5.0.0
rlogin Remote login
pre-5.0.0
rsh UNIX remote shell command
5.1.0
SHARESUDP ALC over UDP for EDS/Shares (TPF)
5.0.0
SMTBF Attachmate Lantern Gateway
5.0.0
Telnet Telnet terminal service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  Telnet-Clear Network terminal protocol
pre-5.0.0
  Telnet-Secure Secure Network terminal protocol
pre-5.0.0
Timbuktu Timbuktu Pro service aggregate (networked remote control)
pre-5.0.0
  Timbuktu-Ctl Timbuktu Control Channel
pre-5.0.0
  Timbuktu-HS Timbuktu Handshaking
pre-5.0.0
  Timbuktu-Obs Timbuktu Observe Channel
pre-5.0.0
  Timbuktu-Snd Timbuktu Send Channel
pre-5.0.0
  Timbuktu-Xch Timbuktu Exchange Channel
pre-5.0.0
tn3270 Telnet for IBM 3270 terminals and 3270 emulation
pre-5.0.0
tn5250 IBM 5250 terminal traffic over Telnet
pre-5.0.0
VMware-View

VMware View VDI *

* Classification for non-SSL connections between the VMware View client/portal and VMware View Connection server

8.5.1
  VMware-View-Command VMware View VDI Command and Administration (configuration and login)
8.5.1
  VMware-View-Desktop VMware View VDI Offline Desktop (downloads and syncs)
8.5.1
  VMware-View-Tunnel VMware View VDI Tunnel (remote desktop stream)
8.5.1
VNC Virtual Network Computing
5.0.0
XWindows X11 Windowing agent (UDP)
pre-5.0.0
  XWindows-DM XWindows Display Manager (XDMCP)
pre-5.0.0
  XWindows-S XWindows Server
pre-5.0.0
Routing: Internet routing/switching protocols
AURP AppleTalk Update-based Routing Protocol
pre-5.0.0
BGP Border Gateway Protocol
pre-5.0.0
CBT Core-Based Trees (Multicast Routing Protocol)
pre-5.0.0
EGP Exterior Gateway Protocol (network routing information)
pre-5.0.0
EIGRP Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
pre-5.0.0
IGMP Internet Group Management Protocol
pre-5.0.0
IGP Interior Gateway Protocol
5.0.0
OSPF Open Shortest-Path First network routing information
pre-5.0.0
PIM Protocol-Independent Multicast Routing Protocol
pre-5.0.0
RIP Routing Information Protocol (UDP)
pre-5.0.0
SSDP Simple Service Discovery Protocol
5.3.0
Security: Protocols that provide security for network
DLS SNA over TCP transport - service aggregate classification of Data Link Switch traffic, both read and write port numbers
pre-5.0.0
  DLS-RPN Data Link Switch Read Port Number
pre-5.0.0
  DLS-WPN Data Link Switch Write Port Number
pre-5.0.0
DPA Microsoft Distributed Password Authentication
pre-5.0.0
GRE General Routing Encapsulation
pre-5.0.0
IPMobility Minimal encapsulation for IP [RFC 2004]
6.1.0
IPSec IP Security Encapsulation service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  IPSec-AH IPSec Authentication Header
pre-5.0.0
  IPSec-ESP IPSec Encapsulating Security Payload
pre-5.0.0
ISAKMP ISAKMP/IKE key exchange
pre-5.0.0
L2TP Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol for VPN connections (UDP encapsulation)
pre-5.0.0
PPTP Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol
pre-5.0.0
RC5DES DES (data encryption standard) encryption-cracking application
pre-5.0.0
SOCKS SOCKSv4 and SOCKSv5 proxy protocol
pre-5.0.0
SoftEther Japanese SSL VPN secure traffic
7.1.0
SSH Secure Shell remote login protocol
pre-5.0.0
SSL Secure Sockets Layer protocol (secure Web traffic)
pre-5.0.0
SSL-No-Cert Secure web traffic (Secure Socket Layer) without Authentication
8.3.1
SSL-Shell SSL Secure Shell remote login protocol
pre-5.0.0
SWIPE swIPe: network layer encapsulated encrypted IP protocol
6.1.0
Symantec Symantec Anti-Virus Application Protocol
8.3.1
VPN-TCP TCP Encapulation of IPSEC traffic for VPNs
8.3.1
SocialNetwork: Social network services
Facebook Facebook Social Networking Site
8.3.1
Flickr Flickr image sharing traffic
8.3.1
MySpace MySpace Social Networking Site
8.3.1
Orkut Orkut Social Networking Site
8.3.1

VoIP: Voice/video over IP

For details on managing this type of traffic, see Manage Voice and Video Sessions.

CiscoCTI Cisco Computer Telephony Interface
5.2.3
Clarent-CC Clarent Voice over IP Command Center
pre-5.0.0
Clarent-Complex Clarent complex traffic
pre-5.0.0
Clarent-Mgmt Clarent management traffic
pre-5.0.0
Clarent-Voice-S Clarent voice traffic (simple)
pre-5.0.0
CUSeeMe Video chat services application service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  CUSeeMe-AV Video chat services audio/video
pre-5.0.0
  CUSeeMe-CC Video chat services connection control
pre-5.0.0
  CUSeeMe-CE Video chat services connection establishment
pre-5.0.0
Dialpad Dialpad Internet Telephone service aggregate
5.2.1
  Dialpad-Ctrl Dialpad Internet Telephone - control traffic
5.2.0
  Dialpad-Stream Dialpad Internet Telephone - RTP stream
5.2.0
H.323 Internet telephony standard service aggregate
pre-5.0.0
  H.323-GKD H.323 Gatekeeper Discovery
pre-5.0.0
  H.323-H.245 H.323 call control
pre-5.0.0
  H.323-Q.931 H.323 call setup
pre-5.0.0
  H.323-RAS H.323 Gatekeeper Control (Registration, Admission, and Status)
pre-5.0.0
  H.323-DTMF H.323 Dual Tone Multifrequency Relay
8.4.1
I-Phone Vocaltec Internet telephone service
pre-5.0.0
MCK-Signaling MCK Signaling (not autodiscovered)
5.0.0
MCK-Voice MCK Voice (not autodiscovered)
5.0.0
Megaco Media Gateway Control (H.248)
6.0.0
  Megaco-Text Media Gateway Control (H.248) Text
6.0.0
  Megaco-Bin Media Gateway Control (H.248) Binary
6.0.0
MGCP Media Gateway Control Protocol
6.0.0
  MGCP-Gateway Media Gateway Control Protocol Gateway
6.0.0
  MGCP-CallAgent Media Gateway Control Protocol CallAgent
6.0.0
  MGCP-KpAlive Media Gateway Control Protocol KeepAlive Connection
6.0.0
Micom-VIP Micom Voice over IP (V/IP)
pre-5.0.0
Net2Phone Net2Phone CommCenter
5.2.3
  Net2Phone-TCP Net2Phone Call Setup and Control
5.2.3
  Net2Phone-UDP Net2Phone Internet Phone Calls
5.2.3
RTCP-B Real-Time Control Protocol (Broadcast)
pre-5.0.0
RTCP-I Real-Time Control Protocol (Interactive)
pre-5.0.0
RTP-B Real-Time Protocol (Broadcast)
pre-5.0.0
RTP-I Real-Time Protocol (Interactive)
pre-5.0.0
SIP

Session Initiation Protocol
6.0.0
  SIP60 Session Initiation Protocol over port 5060
7.1.0
  SIP61 Session Initiation Protocol over port 5061
7.1.0
  SIPX SIP - Session Initiation Protocol - any port
8.2.0
Skinny Cisco's Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP)

Note: This service is not autodiscovered, but you can create a class manually for this service.

6.0.0
Skype Skype P2P Telephony Application
7.0.0
   SkypeCommand Skype Command
7.0.0
   SkypeData Skype Data
7.0.0
VDOPhone Service aggregate for Internet telephone (not autodiscovered)
pre-5.0.0
  VDOPhone-a Internet telephone application - TCP port 1 (not autodiscovered)
pre-5.0.0
  VDOPhone-b Internet telephone application - TCP port 2 (not autodiscovered)
pre-5.0.0
  VDOPhone-UDP VDOPhone real-time media (not autodiscovered)
pre-5.0.0
Ventrilo VoIP Group Communications Software
8.3.1
Vonage Vonage VoIP
7.1.0
  Vonage-SIP Vonage Session Initiation Protocol
7.1.0
  Vonage-RTP Vonage Real-Time Control Protocol
7.1.0

 

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