Configuring NBAR for Static Protocols Example

HTTP is a static protocol using a well-known port number 80. However, other port numbers may also be in use.

The ip nbar port-map command will inform the router that other ports are also used for HTTP.

HTTP is a static protocol using a well-known port number 80. However, other port numbers may also be in use.

The ip nbar port-map command will inform the router that other ports are also used for HTTP.

HTTP is often used on other port numbers. The example shows the usage of the ip nbar portmap command to enable HTTP recognition on both TCP port 80 and 8080.

The class map called HTTP is used to match the HTTP protocol. The policy map LIMITWEBBW will use the class map HTTP and set the bandwidth for HTTP traffic to 256 kbps.

The policy map is then applied as a service policy for outbound traffic on S0/0.

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