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I run netstat on one of those Linux boxes, and it does not report traffic on any well known P2P port I have ntop installed on a server last week. I like the way it organizes things where all of them in proper order and categories. And it is specially resource intense for the firewall box. PF did not do this for a reason. View my complete profile.

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I’m specially interested on blocking eMule, an eDonkey variant. What can I say? Wed Feb 09, Once installation done, I find Qos and P2Pblock in service tab. Matter of fact, I have added a chain to p2oblock iptables scritp to zpecifically close the well known P2P ports.

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Pangenitor Ars Tribunus Militum Tribus: Many of the protocols can’t be blocked by blocking ports anyway. Apr 17, Posts: I found some pages that list the ports that the different P2P programs use, nothing else.

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Thu Feb 10, Depends on the protocol. P2Pblock module is real cool Since I’m not really sure whether it is applied properly by just clicking on the Web-Gui, I’m more to CLI kind of person, then I try to run IPtables command to check out to see if it applies correctly. Traffic Graph for the NIC Shell Programming Book again I want to block P2P access on the office, at least, during working hours I have ntop installed on a server last week. View my complete profile.

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I quickly checkout Netfilter and I found this. It shows that there’s possible to do Layer 7 filtering with Iptables but need stuffs to be recompiled, since I’m too lazy to install a linux system and recompiling stuffs, I remember there’s distro called IpCOP which I have tried it out years back and it might offer Layer 7 filtering, aparts from that I also want to see the progress of IpCOP p2pbblock far. IPCop is very good, but I find it gets messy after adding modules to get for egress filtering, etc.

There I can specify what kind of Layer 7 traffic I want to filter.

Controlling P2P traffic: ntop finds & IPCop closes, but how?

Newer Post Older Post Home. And it is specially resource intense for the firewall box.

You won’t block eMule or eDonkey easily as the user can just switch to a different port range for outbound connections.

TIA — View image here: Do you know if I can block that by blocking the ports? Applying Layer 7 filtering on chosen NIC. Mar 14, Posts: I like the way it organizes things where all of them in proper order and categories.

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I run netstat on one of those Linux boxes, and it kpcop not ipco traffic on any well known P2P port Nevertheless, ntop still insists that the linux box it is used as a P2P server. What is the way that ntop determines that a P2P activity it is running on a box? But, what really worries me is that it lists some Linux p2pblick, even some of them that have a pretty draconian firewall running. Regarding blocking P2P traffic, I have been Googling a bit this afternoon, it is mighty complex to block that type of traffic I downloaded the L7-filter, p2pblock and qos and install thru ssh CLI.

Last few days my friend asking me regarding how I can do Layer 7 filtering or what it calls Application Layer filtering, this features seems not available via OpenBSD PF while p2oblock can use Snort2C hooking with PF to do so or maybe Squid as proxy to control but what he means would be total Layer 7 filtering such as blocking bittorent traffic, p2p or maybe any kind of application traffics.