Also please be aware that based on those ports NBAR tries to discover the protocols of packets through an interface. Some applications will use random port numbers and thus it might happen to get a few matches in protocols like edonkey though no file sharing is performed. In your case 3 packets should not worry you, if a user would be able to use p2p then there would be a LOT more packets.
Last, the "unknown" traffic is everything not predefined as seen from the command "show ip nbar port-map". In case you know further protocols used you can define them with the command "ip nbar port-map" or add your own custom protocols; details can be seen from
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