I have one of our clients using the wireless network with a high consumption of data. It has categorised this as Non-TCP Web Traffic, is there anyway I can find out what this is?
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If hostname visibility is enabled then you can usually figure it out based on where the traffic is going to.
Thanks for the reply. I have enabled this & it looks like they are using some proxy server to access various. Can I just block non-tcp web traffic?
The issue I have is that I have blocked all P2P & they seem to be using different ports to get to WEB, I presume to stream some video via a proxy connection.