about udp 80,8080,0

Jeffrey Lyon jeffrey.lyon at blacklotus.net
Tue Feb 9 18:01:19 UTC 2010

If you don't need UDP, disallow it to your entire network or to the
/xx where such is applicable. We have basic filters like this with our
carriers upstream and have prevented several Gbps of traffic from ever
hitting our filters as a result.


2010/2/9 Michael Holstein <michael.holstein at csuohio.edu>:
>>    What does application use 8.8080,0 port for the proper purpose?
> I've seen newer BitTorrent clients do this (UDP is supported, and the
> port can be arbitrary).
> Cheers,
> Michael Holstein
> Cleveland State University

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