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l7-filter is an application layer packet classifier that can differentiate types of network traffic by protocol; for example it can identify bittorrent, IRC, SIP and many other types of traffic. In turn, these classifiers can be used to block or shape traffic according to a defined network policy.

The last maintainers of the project created a replacement tool with deep packet inspection - Netify. https://www.openhub.net/p/netify-daemon

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bittorrent classifier clearos filter gateway iptables l7-filter layer7 netfilter netify packet peer-to-peer protocol protocols shaping

In a Nutshell, Linux layer 7 packet classifier...

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