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Uctalk

Discussion in 'Asuswrt-Merlin' started by bilboSNB, Oct 21, 2018.

  1. bilboSNB

    bilboSNB Senior Member

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    According to traffic stats 7 gigs worth of this protocol has been downloaded by a machine on my network over the past week.

    What is it, does anyone else see this?
     
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    scjr Very Senior Member

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  3. bilboSNB

    bilboSNB Senior Member

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    Googe New Around Here

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    I'm also starting to see UcTalk app data usage in my Traffic Analyzer ? Having large upload data amounts... Does anyone have a clue what it is?
     
  5. bilboSNB

    bilboSNB Senior Member

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    I there anyway I could block uctalk on the router to see who shouts?
     
  6. JohnSmith

    JohnSmith Regular Contributor

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    Using FreshJR QOS V8.2 with RMerlin V384.9, and Trend Micro Signature V2.112 (2019/02/22 02:00) as my test, I just found out that the Speedtest from my ISP provider via their web interface was classifying this traffic as "UcTalk", which was going into my classification "VoIP and Instant Messaging". Since I do a lot of Speedtests via that Web Interface, I decided to take all "UcTalk" traffic (000017), and move that traffic into my "File Transferring" classification, which gets the least priority of all traffic, and it works great, so that I'm not interfering with other higher priority network traffic.
     
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  7. bilboSNB

    bilboSNB Senior Member

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    Thanks John, I will do Some testing to confirm.