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    Default "Normal" Enterprise Traffic

    Hey Everyone, I've been asked to come up with a short list of "normal" (ya totally picture me doing that with air quotes when talking about it) Enterprise Traffic. [Inside, or Inside to Outside, not as concerned with in-bound.]

    So far I've come up with the list below based on a brain dump with small additions from:

    2005 - A First Look at Modern Enterprise Trafic -

    Normal'ish Enterprise Traffic (don't get held up on the names/categories, they're just preliminary to make my life easier, I'll put more thought/rigor into them before I send this out internally):

    Web - HTTP, HTTPS
    email - SMTP, IMAP, POP3, POP3S
    IM - MS Communicator, MSN, AIM (AOL), Yahoo, Jabber (XMPP), ICQ, IRC
    Streaming - RTSP/RTP, MMS
    Directory - LDAP, AD, Novell eDirectory
    VoIP - SIP/SIPS, H.323, Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP)
    Bulk Transfers - SCP (SSH?), FTP, FTPS, SFTP
    Remote Access - Telnet, SSH, RDP, VNC, NetMeeting, rlogin, X11
    DB - MySQL, Oracle (TNS), MS SQL
    Fat Clients - SAP
    AV - There's gotta be some kind of proprietary comms associated with AV solutions and master definition servers etc. [EPO, etc.]
    Backup - Netbackup/Veritas, rsync

    Net Mgmt - SNMP, DHCP, NTP

    Net Other - ARP, ICMP, BGP, DNS (TCP & UDP)

    Fringe Cases
    - VPN
    - RADIUS
    - NNTP
    - Streaming
    -- SHOUTcast
    -- SRTP (Secure RTP)
    -- STUN (Simple Traversal of Datagram)
    -- SDP (Session Description Protocol)

    Any thoughts/suggestions?

    Edit: 20120604 - Added POP3S and Novell eDirectory @ scottm99's suggestion.
    Last edited by thorin; 06-04-2012 at 08:31 AM.
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