NBAR2 Protocol Pack 10.0.0 contains the Enhanced Web Classification feature that supports multi-transactions export of URLs. For more information on this feature, see Classifying Network Traffic Using NBAR.
Network Based Application Recognition (NBAR) Protocol Pack 10.0.0 is supported on Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers.
New Protocols in NBAR2 Protocol Pack 10.0.0
The following protocols are added to NBAR2 Protocol Pack 10.0.0:
AliWangwang is a free instant messenger for Alibaba.com and Taobao.com members. It allows text, voice, and video chat between buyers and sellers who use Alibaba web e-commerce services. The English version of AliWangwang is called TradeManager.
Consumer Cloud Storage
The Consumer Cloud Storage protocol gathers the leading websites on the internet that offer cloud storage services, mainly for media consumers, such as PutLocker, Rapidshare, box, and more.
FC2 is a popular Japanese blogging host and the third most popular video hosting service in Japan. Among its other services are also websites tools such as ad-free hosting, analyzer, counters, and more.
Kakao-Talk is a free mobile messenger application for smartphones with free multimedia messaging and free call features. Kakao-Talk was released by Kakao corporation which is based in Seoul, South Korea. It is available on most common mobile operating systems including IOS, Android, and also available on PC by syncing between the PC and the mobile device.
kakao-services is a set of tools and APIs used by Kakao applications such as kakao story, kakao music, kakao website, and so on.
Perfect-Dark is a P2P application being developed in Japan by an anonymous author. It was developed with the intention for it to be the successor to both Winny and Share. The network function has a huge distributed disk called 'Unity' and the minimum requirement is 40GB disk space.
QQ Games is a platform developed by Tencent America LLC which lets users play hundreds of casual multiplayer games with other people through the web. A Chinese version is available as well as an English version.
Updated Protocols in NBAR2 Protocol Pack 10.0.0
The following protocols are updated in NBAR2 Protocol Pack 10.0.0:
Caveats in NBAR2 Protocol Pack 10.0.0
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Resolved Caveats in NBAR2 Protocol Pack 10.0.0
The following table lists the resolved caveats in NBAR2 Protocol Pack 10.0.0:
Traffic generated by airplay might be misclassified as unknown
Traffic generated by qq-im might not be blocked
Youtube traffic might be misclassified as internet-video-streaming
Known Caveats in NBAR2 Protocol Pack 10.0.0
The following table lists the known caveats in NBAR2 Protocol Pack 10.0.0:
PCoIP session-priority configuration limitation
Segmented packets are not classified when using NBAR sub classification
Restrictions and Limitations in NBAR2 Protocol Pack 10.0.0
The following table lists the limitations and restrictions in NBAR2 Protocol Pack 10.0.0:
http traffic generated by the
bitcomet bittorrent client might be classified as
For capwap-data to be classified correctly, capwap-control must also be enabled
Encrypted cisco jabber might be classified as unknown.
During configuring QoS class-map with ftp-data, the ftp protocol must be selected. As an alternative, the ftp application group can be selected.
Encrypted video streaming generated by hulu might be classified as its underlying protocol
Traffic generated by the
logmein android app might be misclassified as
Login and chat traffic generated by the
ms-lync client might be misclassified as
Traffic generated by pcanywhere for mac might be classified as unknown.
Some perfect-dark sessions might be classified as unknown.
Login to QQ applications which is not via web may not be classified as qq-accounts
Voice traffic generated by
secondlife might be misclassified as