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Blocking streaming audio video Cisco 8.0(3)

How do I do this. Via policy maps? I cannot find any documentation on this

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WERAracer
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RPPreacherCommented:
Streaming audio and video (from the internet) can come in on a variety of ports including port 80 (standard web traffic).  To effectively block this you need a web filtering application which has "stream audio/video" sites categorized.  We use smart filter.
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WERAracerAuthor Commented:
thanks. Unfortunately, we do not have a proxy server. I heard there is a way to possibly inspect http traffic to block this
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chuckyhCommented:
Not with a PIX
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WERAracerAuthor Commented:
chuckyh, this is running a very similar IOS to our ASA. Can't the ASAs do this?

thanks for the link preacher, looking now
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RPPreacherCommented:
The ASA can do it... with the url filter statement and Samrtfilter (or N2H2)
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