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Due to copyriight violations, I need to block all peer-to-peer traffic .  I want to use my CISCO 5520 ASA to accomplish this. Can you help?
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Since p2p traffic is not a specific set of ports and/or ip addresses, you can't do it with just the ASA. Fortunately, the ASA can integrate with a URL filtering solution. Websense and N2H2 integrate with the ASA & will block p2p traffic.
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RPPreacher : 11/09/2010 - 07:41PM EST
Since p2p traffic is not a specific set of ports and/or ip addresses, you can't do it with just the ASA. Fortunately, the ASA can integrate with a URL filtering solution. Websense and N2H2 integrate with the ASA & will block p2p traffic.
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