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Tue Mar 20 12:05:10 EST 2001
Erik Engberg on Tue, Mar 20, 2001 at 05:36:21PM +0100:
> Doesn´t sound to flexible but nevertheless alright ;). If I want an open
> source solution to play with, are there any available?
If Solaris 8 counts as an open source solution .. go download :) I don't
have that much SMP clue on Linux/BSD, so I can't tell ... AFAIK, you
can't get much more flexibility unless you go for a box that can be
partitioned (and don't forget to tell me where I can apply for a job if
your manager approves it as an IDS ;))
> I agree with you there... What would be kind of practical is a pretty good
> single or dual processor box with a quad card that could monitor up to four
> low traffic nets... SnortNet in a box ;)
Depends. I like to keep sensors seperate from analysis boxes, so I'd go
for a distributed setup if you can.
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