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app-class

Traffic Class app-class:<class> SRND is a 12-Class QoS classification model based on RFC 4594, which is very commonly used among enterprises and is well supported in NBAR and in other network elements and services from Cisco. Therefore, the most important and useful attributes are the ones used by the SRND QOS feature by default – […]

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app-id

Application ID app-id:<engine-id>/<selector-id> Application ID is an ID exported by AVC which explains to what  application a particular flow belongs to. The numeric application ID is specified using http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc6759.txt format. This RFC specifies the application ID model used in Cisco AVC. In this model the application ID is divided into an Engine ID and a […]

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app-name

Application Name app-name:<name> Application Name indicates a name of an application to be used to classify the entity being described. By default, it describes the HOST for which the record belongs. Please be aware that an Application Name does not equals the protocol! While NBAR classifies applications based on the protocol they’re communication over the […]

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engine-id

Engine ID— A unique identifier for the engine that determined the Selector ID. The Classification Engine ID defines the context for the Selector ID. The Engine ID is the first eight bits that provide information about the engine that classifies the flow. IANA-L4, CANA-L3, and so on, are some of the engines that can be […]

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RFC6759

  RFC6759 Metadata Components http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc6759.txt https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/rfc6759/ General DNS-AS TXT record syntax: “CISCO-CLS=<option>:<val>{|<option>:<val>}*” Option-value pairs may appear in the same record, separated by a pipe character ‘|’. Example for such a TXT record with app metadata would be: “CISCO-CLS=app-name:EXCHANGE“ Supported Attributes: Application Name Application ID (as in RFC 6759) Application Category Application Sub-Category Attributes (tunneled, encrypted, […]

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selector-id

Application ID app-id:<engine-id>/<selector-id> Application ID is an ID exported by AVC which explains to what  application a particular flow belongs to. The numeric application ID is specified using http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc6759.txt format. This RFC specifies the application ID model used in Cisco AVC. In this model the application ID is divided into an Engine ID and a […]