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Other IP traffic on iMonitor

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Nov 17th, 2012 at 3:33pm  
Hi all,

when i need to monitor IP traffic generated by the satmodem on the Network, i use a IP traffic statistics provided by iMonitor.
These IP traffic statistics are divided by used protocol. The satmodems on the Network are used to generate a TCP, UDP and Other protocols (ICMP, IGMP protocol are not relevant).
On this way, i assume that the total traffic is: TCP+UDP+Other.
I would like to ask you if anyone had some more information about "Other" IP traffic.
I think that "Other" are the sum results of many IP protocols encripted (is possible TCP and UDP?). How many protocol (if so) are encapsulated in to them?

Many thanks in advance at all!!!
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Reply #1 - Dec 24th, 2012 at 6:20am  
does "other" traffic, by default, show up as black ?
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Reply #2 - Jan 3rd, 2013 at 7:24am  
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does "other" traffic, by default, show up as black ?


Yes,

i confirm, the Other traffic is showed in black!
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