[Snort-users] HOME_NET broken?

bthaler at ...2720... bthaler at ...2720...
Fri Oct 5 09:52:03 EDT 2001


Well I must be on crack or something!

I just tried it again, and it works fine.

Sorry for the false alarm, ppl.
Thanks anyway for the help, though.

Regards,
Brad T.



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Gordon Ewasiuk" <gewasiuk at ...3392...>
To: <bthaler at ...2720...>
Cc: <snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net>
Sent: Friday, October 05, 2001 11:56 AM
Subject: Re: [Snort-users] HOME_NET broken?


> Hi Brad,
> 
> On Today, bthaler at ...2720... wrote:
> >Is anyone else having a problem entering multiple networks into the
> >snort.conf file?
> >
> >var HOME_NET [10.10.10.0/20,20.20.20.0/20,30.30.30.0/20]
> 
> Those lines look legit.  Mine are similar.  Can you provide more details
> about the problems you are seeing?  Descriptions?  Error messages?
> 
> Also, if the above nets are bogus (appears so, but I won't assume),
> post your actual home_nets?  Was thinking, possibily, snort checks for
> valid CIDR ranges?  Dunno.
> 
> -Gordon
> 
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