PLDM Creating a new file to match ARES P2P Protocol
we are evaluating NBAR to filter P2P traffic. The problem is that we want to create new files to load in the router using PLDM. I know that you can customize and create a new protocol by CLI command (p.e ip nbar custom kademlia 0 hex e9 udp 32285). We suppose that using PLDM you can create more complex rules to match a protocol. The problem is that PLDM seem to be private for Cisco engineers. Is it true?. Can we create a new file using PDLM to match ARES protocol?. Where can we find the PDLM syntaxes?.
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