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tdemeza

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I want to be able to block all internet radio in some easy way. We keep adding bandwidth to support our clients on our web sites and I am finding that more and more of my users are using internet radio which seems to eat bandwidth alive.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Tim
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winkelman

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Which protocol do these streams use? Something other than HTTP? Just block these services (ports) then...

If they do stream over HTTP, you would have to block the radio stations themselves using the HTTP Policies. This would be more troublesome, since they might listen to a lot of different stations...
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tdemeza

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I believe them to be all HTTP streams and this is where it gets difficult. I was really looking for something like a packet inspector to find these packets and drop them if possible, but it seems this may not be possible.

Thanks very much,
Tim
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Blues

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Just create http rules for each "URL begins with:"
*.aiff, *.asf etc...

I suggest these following files type.
*.aiff
*.asf
*.au
*.wav
*.wm*

also I've "Valid if MIME type is:" in Advanced page sets to
"audio/mpeg" and "video/mpeg".

And almost of multimedia music stuffs are in control.


good luck.

[Updated on: Thu, 28 July 2005 07:27]

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