Application Port Mapping

When an application is unrecognized and generically (or incorrectly) categorized you can configure an application identification policy by IP Port and Protocol. Wireless traffic that matches a configured policy will be displayed using the policy's Description text in the Application Recognition pie charts. You can create new port-to-application name mappings individually, or you can batch upload a list in .csv format.

Click the click here link to download a sample of the .csv file format.

This type of policy is the least granular in configuration and hence it has the lowest priority as a means of application identification. If for example you configure an Application Port Mapping Policy for port 80/TCP, any such matching wireless traffic not identified by either a User Defined Application policy or the default embedded policies will be identified as belonging to this policy.

The following figure shows how an Application Port Mapping policy could be used to identify all port 8081 wireless traffic as "HTTP Proxy" traffic and display this name in application recognition pie charts and tables.

Application Port Mapping

Create new Application Port Mapping