We (the place I work at) are getting a dedicated P2P T1 line to our main office. I'm not sure if this is going to be used for WAN traffic only, or also for internet.
If it is going to be used for internet, I want to block all P2P and bittorrent applications. I don't want anyone thinking, "Yay, T1... BitTorrent here I come!" and hogging up all the bandwidth.
My plan as of now is to use ACLs to block every port I can find that pertains to bittorrent or any other p2p client. Does anyone have a better suggestion?
Also, on a side note: how does streaming (i.e., if someone were to stream music or videos all day) affect internet speeds?