AW: [Snort-users] Snort
Sandro.Poppi at ...3316...
Tue Feb 19 22:11:03 EST 2002
Just to shed some light into that:
You can think of a multi-speed hub to contain 2 internal hubs (one for 100
and one for 10 Mb) connected via a switch. If one box is connecting with 10
and the other with 100 Mb traffic is not sent to each other except if
directly addressed. If both boxes are at the same speed your configuration
would have worked well.
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> Von: Scott Taylor [mailto:scottt at ...4859...]
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 20. Februar 2002 01:17
> An: ccamp at ...4532...
> Cc: snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net
> Betreff: Re: [Snort-users] Snort
> That was it! The hub is a netgear 10/100 auto
> sensing hub. I'm not sure why this would affect
> the traffic like that but it did. Specifically
> its a DS104.
> I found an old 10baseT hub. Plugged both systems
> in and viola! It worked. Thanks for your time.
> ---- Begin Original Message ----
> From: "Dr. Richard W. Tibbs"
> <ccamp at ...4532...>
> Sent: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 18:36:55 -0500
> To: Scott Taylor <scottt at ...4859...>
> Subject: Re: [Snort-users] Snort
> Have you tried running snort on your firewall
> box? Are the results the same?
> If you have a hub with learning/bridging
> capability, then traffic
> destined to the IPs behind the firewall will
> never reach your snort box,
> even tho snort puts the NIC in promiscuous mode.
> Is it possible that the only traffic seen by
> snort in sniffer mode is
> true broadcast traffic?
> (That will definitely be seen by the snort-box,
> but it will probably
> generate no alarms.)
> HTH >>RWT
> Scott Taylor wrote:
> >I'm running snort 1.8.3-5 on Redhat 7.1.
> >is 0.6.2-9. Below is showing how my sensor is
> >located. The external ip of my firewall is
> >x.x.x.27 and the ip on my sensor is x.x.x.223
> >the subnet mask from my isp is 255.255.255.0
> > _
> > |h|
> > ISP-----DSL-------|u|-------snort-box
> > |b|-------firewall------|Lan|
> > -
> >I've set my snort.conf home_net and all the
> >variables regarding ip address's to "any". If I
> >run snort in sniffer mode I can see traffic. If
> >I run in NIDS mode it shows nothing in the
> >even if I go to grc.com and do a portscan it
> >show's nothing in /var/log/snort/alert or
> >portscan.log . There is also a file snort-
> >timestamp.log but it is in binary format. I'm
> >trying to setup Snort Snarf to read the log's.
> >When I run it it generates the page but there
> >are no alerts. It shows it's looking in alerts
> >and portscan.log. Here's the command I'm
> >snort with:
> >snort -l /var/log/snort -
> >c /etc/snort/snort.conf -o -b -A FULL -z est
> >How do I read what's in the snort-timestamp.log?
> >Why is it now logging any alerts or portscans?
> >Thanks for any help and take three drinks if
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