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I need to monitor for P2P in my network.

I have a sonicwall and would like to enable this to send P2P logs to me so I can find which computers are causing the issue and eliminate that.

How would I configure this?
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Wouldn't be easier to block all p2p traffic? I believe you can trigger logging this with application control

Here is a step by step guide: p2p blocking
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Yes I also want to block, but want to sniff this out also so I can remove problem pc.
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The second link will block p2p and also enable logging. When an ip attempts to use p2p, it will be blocked and an event will be triggered in the log.
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