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ZBF - List of what port numbers the "protocols" correspond to

Can anyone point me to a list of ZBF protocol names that includes information on which port numbers are included within a given protocol?  For example, if I am creating a class-map and I want to specify a given type of traffic like web browsing, I can type "match protocol http" to permit the traffic because I know that "http" corresponds to standard port 80 browsing.  But I am running into situations where I know the port number I want to open but do not know if any of the predefined protocol names correspond to it.  For example, I know from some Wireshark output that I need to open port 3269/tcp, which wireshark identifies as "msft-gc-ssl."  If I do a "match protocol ?" on the ZBF I get output like this:

..... microsoft-ds       Microsoft-DS

ms-cluster-net     MS Cluster Net

ms-dotnetster      Microsoft .NETster Port

ms-sna             Microsoft SNA Server/Base

ms-sql             Microsoft SQL

ms-sql-m           Microsoft SQL Monitor

msexch-routing     Microsoft Exchange Routing

msnmsgr            MSN Instant Messenger

msrpc              MSRPC inspection

msrpc-smb-netbios  MSRPC over TCP port 445

mysql              MySQL

n2h2server         N2H2 Filter Service Port

ncp                NCP (Novell)

net8-cman          Oracle Net8 Cman/Admin

netbios-dgm        NETBIOS Datagram Service

netbios-ns         NETBIOS Name Service .....

None of the protocol names are the same as the one Wireshark used, but one of them may well include port 3269/tcp.  I'd like to find a list that maps port numbers onto predefined protocols so I know which one(s) to use.

Thanks,

-Mathew Rouch

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ZBF - List of what port numbers the "protocols" correspond to

Hi,

show ip port-map will display the protocols used in the ZBF match protocol command with the port number and L4 protocol used.

Regards.

Alain

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ZBF - List of what port numbers the "protocols" correspond to

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ZBF - List of what port numbers the "protocols" correspond to

Felipe,

That's kind of the reverse of what I am looking for.  I know that the port in question, 3269, is commonly referred to as "msft-gc-ssl" (and also as "global catalog ldaps" and somtimes incorrectly as just "ldaps".)  And I know that there is no ZBF protocol with that name.  What I would like to see is whether any of the predefined ZBF protocols include that port.

As a better example, port 137 is for standard WINS, and port 42 is for WINS database replication.  There is only one protocol defined in the ZBF for "wins" and I'd like to be able to tell if that protocol is just port 137, just port 42, or both.

-Mat

ZBF - List of what port numbers the "protocols" correspond to

Hello Mat,

Well not specific to ZBFW but you could use NBAR to make it happen!!

Example:

R1#show ip nbar protocol-discovery

R1#sh ip pb

R1#sh ip n

R1#sh ip nb

R1#sh ip nbar por

R1#sh ip nbar port-map

port-map bgp                      udp 179

port-map bgp                      tcp 179

port-map citrix                   udp 1604

port-map citrix                   tcp 1494

port-map cuseeme                  udp 7648 7649 24032

port-map cuseeme                  tcp 7648 7649

port-map dhcp                     udp 67 68

port-map dns                      udp 53

port-map dns                      tcp 53

port-map edonkey                  tcp 4662

port-map exchange                 tcp 135

port-map fasttrack                tcp 1214

port-map finger                   tcp 79

port-map ftp                      tcp 21

port-map gnutella                 tcp 6346 6347 6348 6349 6355 5634

port-map gopher                   udp 70

....

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ZBF - List of what port numbers the "protocols" correspond to

Hi,

show ip port-map will display the protocols used in the ZBF match protocol command with the port number and L4 protocol used.

Regards.

Alain

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ZBF - List of what port numbers the "protocols" correspond to

Thanks Alain, that's what I was looking for.

jcarvaja, the command you suggested does work, but it only seems to show a subset of the protocols.

-Mat

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