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Cisco IOS in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition by James Boney

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Name

match protocol — class-map

Synopsis

match protocol name
no match protocol name

Configures

QoS class map match line

Default

None

Description

This command supplies a protocol name to use as match criteria for a map class. The protocol name can be any protocol such as aarp, arp, bridge, bstun, cdp, clns, vmns, compressedtcp, decnet, ip, ipv6, ipx, llc2, pad, qllc, rsrb, snapshot, and stun.

Two other protocols, citrix and http, take additional parameters.

Example

Citrix uses an option called app to identify packets:

! match citrix application called application1
match protocol citrix app application1

http has optional url, host, and mime modifiers:

match protocol http host cisco*
match protocol http url index.html*

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