[Snort-users] Snort Interfaces problem (Win32)
jsage at ...2022...
Mon Jun 24 08:07:04 EDT 2002
Window$ (as it is with so many things..) seems to be intent on calling
interfaces what it wants, and not being too helpful with letting *you*
know what it's calling them..
In a DOS box, try "windump -D" to see a list of all interfaces Window$
thinks it sees..
Refer to the different interfaces by number; tinker with the various
numbers presented on your snort command line, and use the one that works.
On my Win98 box, Window$ sees two instances of my NIC, for some
unknown reason, and still tries to refer to a ppp interface that
hasn't existed for years..
My Window$ snort command line:
full_path_to_snort.exe -dvv -i 3
So I'm pointing snort at interface "3"
"You are in a little maze of twisty passages, all different."
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On Mon, Jun 24, 2002 at 01:07:01PM +0100, Paul J. Smith wrote:
> I downloaded the latest version of Snort for Windows from the snort.org
> site, but am unable to get it to recognize my interface. Libpcap is OK.
> Windump etc can see the interfaces OK. I did some searching on the web
> and found that it appears to be a known problem. Something about buffer
> sizes and the new libpcap needing to be re-compiled into the binary.
> Anyway, I was wondering if anyone had a newer version of the binary with
> this mod that I could download?
> Many thanks,
> Paul Smith
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