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QoS Question / match protocol citrix

What port(s) does / do the keyword "citrix" match?  Where is this defined?  Is it editable?

Thanks, Mike.

12.4 series code on 28xx routers

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Re: QoS Question / match protocol citrix

'show ip nbar port-map' should reveal the ports each protcol is using to classify traffic.


In global config mode 'ip nbar port-map' may be used to modify the ports being used.


The 'ip nbar custom' command can also be handy.


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/docs/ios/qos/command/reference/qos_book.html

Christopher Gatlin

http://travelingtech.net


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Re: QoS Question / match protocol citrix

Take a look here.  It's a pretty good resource: support.citrix.com/servlet/...102.../Cisco_Networking_Integratio.pdf (Also attached).

With match protocol citrix, you can optionally specify individual applications.  If you leave it as-is, then it establishes all Citrix traffic as successful match  criteria.  The various apps and ports are outlined in the attached PDF.

Hailey

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Re: QoS Question / match protocol citrix

That doesn't sound right.  80 and 443 are in the port table of the pdf.

Mike.

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Re: QoS Question / match protocol citrix

'show ip nbar port-map' should reveal the ports each protcol is using to classify traffic.


In global config mode 'ip nbar port-map' may be used to modify the ports being used.


The 'ip nbar custom' command can also be handy.


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/docs/ios/qos/command/reference/qos_book.html

Christopher Gatlin

http://travelingtech.net


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Re: QoS Question / match protocol citrix

Host#sh ip nbar port-map
...

(edit)

port-map citrix                   udp 1604
port-map citrix                   tcp 1494

...

Thanks, answered my question.

Mike

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