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Interpretation of TOP-Talker commands

Hi Guys

Could you help me to interprete this result:

KEN-DC-3845-CB#show ip flow top-talkers

SrcIf         SrcIPaddress    DstIf         DstIPaddress    Pr SrcP DstP Bytes

Gi0/0         20.155.149.62  Gi0/1         77.115.185.110  06 0050 74FD    26M

Gi0/1         77.115.184.10   Gi0/0         110.81.47.26    32 59A5 E4D7    15M

Gi0/1         77.115.184.10   Gi0/0         81.14.17.250  32 6E70 EBCD  3547K

Gi0/0         34.230.11.171  Gi0/1         77.115.185.110  06 0050 E5CF  3528K

Gi0/1         77.115.184.10   Gi0/0         110.81.47.26    32 45BF 12C8  2821K

The question, how to interpretate these parameters:

Pr   "06",  "32"

and

SrcP  and  DstP:  0050, 74FD  59A5, how to interpretate this numbers

Any guru that could help me, please

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Purple

Interpretation of TOP-Talker commands

Hi,

1)

06,32 are protocol number in hex: so 6  and 50 respectively in decimal which are TCP and ESP

http://www.iana.org/assignments/protocol-numbers/protocol-numbers.xhtml

2)SrcP and DstP are the source and destination ports in hexadecimal so 0050 is port 80 in decimal

Regards

Alain

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Interpretation of TOP-Talker commands

u can use pc calcultor and use mode as programmer

convert these value form hex to dec u will find their port numbers

0050 is port 80, 74FD is port 488701

  59A5 is port 22949

Protocol 06 (hex value) = TCP

Protocol 11 (hex value) = UDP

Protocol 01 (hex value) = ICMP

Protocol 32 (hex value) = (i dont know about it, if anyone know please share)

Jawad

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