[Snort-users] promiscuous mode on linux
SMoyer at ...5894...
Thu Aug 8 13:16:01 EDT 2002
Maybe you should try Linux on Intel or one of the BSD's?
Seriously, you're hitting pretty uncharted territory with this on a 9K.
People are successfully running Snort on most Linuces, *BSD, AIX, and
Slowlaris, but there's probably a handful of people (at best) doing anything
with Snort on HP, and you may be the only person on the planet running it on
Debian on HP. :)
Here's some googling of the list for Snort on HP:
Hate to waste that 9K, though... Howzabout running the DB / web server /
Acid on it, and using an x86 box for the sensor? Should crank it out pretty
good with that setup.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Green [mailto:cmg at ...1935...]
> Sent: Thursday, August 08, 2002 13:16
> To: Know How
> Cc: snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: Re: [Snort-users] promiscuous mode on linux
> "Know How" <beteachable at ...125...> writes:
> > Hi all,
> > sorry i missed mentioning about hardware, i am running it on
> > HP9000-A500. Also it should be eth0 not lan0.
> > I disabled frag2/stream4 and i still get the same message on the
> > console and no intrusion logging happens, and i wont
> see anything
> > logged into /var/log/snort/alert or portscan.log
> > Thanks again.
> Sorry, the HP platform is a developer pariah currently. Unless someone
> steps up and helps fix it, I can't do anything. Try 1.9beta2 to see
> if the elimination of bitwise accesses help you but I Don't think
> there's a snowball of a chance of getting it working on the HP without
> an as of yet unfound developer stepping up.
> HP-UX is hard enough to get working there. Linux/HP is prolly even
> more rare :)
> Chris Green <cmg at ...1935...>
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