Identifying repeating sequences of data in byte array

Given a sample of hexadecimal data, I would like to identify UNKNOWN sequences of bytes that are repeated throughout the sample. (Not searching for a known string or value) I am attempting to reverse engineer a network protocol, and I am working on determining data structures within the packet. As an example of what I'm trying to do (albeit on a smaller scale):

(af:b6:ea:3d:83:02:00:00):{21:03:00:00}:[b3:49:96:23:01]

{21:03:00:00}:(af:b6:ea:3d:83:02:00:00):01:42:00:00:00:00:01:57


And

(38:64:88:6e:83:02:00:00):{26:03:00:00}:[b3:49:96:23:01]

{26:03:00:00}:(38:64:88:6e:83:02:00:00):01:42:00:00:00:00:00:01


Obviously, these are easy to spot by eye, but patterns that are hundreds of chars into the data are not. I'm not expecting a magic bullet for the solution, just a nudge in the right direction, or even better, a premade tool.

I'm currently needing this for a C# project, but I am open to any and all tools.