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Cisco Netflow Analysis Reveals Skype

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Hello Experts,

I have configured flexible Netflow on our routers. An analysis of the cache reveals that my pc is communicating with the router via skype, however I'm not running skype on my desktop.


10.44.108.168    172.17.140.77   51956  161  Tu0  17  1     544  20:07 cisco skype


Can someone please tell me why I'm seeing skype being communicated between my desktop 10.44.108.168 to the router on 172.17.140.77?

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Carlton
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Port 161? Hmmm. This is obviously an incorrect classification by netflow. Maybe a bug in the netflow version?
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