With the move for iOS devices to now use iCloud services we are seeing a tremendous spike in traffic being classified on our BlueCoat as Apple/iTunes - so much so that it's comprising close to 50% of traffic on our public wireless network at times.
We don't have shaping abilities on the BlueCoat device but we are running all Cisco switching/routers and using a 5520 ASA as our primary firewall. All of our wireless gear is Cisco as well.
What would be the best way to go about blocking iTunes/iCloud from our public wifi? It's on a separate network from our production traffic which is necessary as we have iPad assets that do need to access these services. We just want to block the personal devices.
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