[Snort-users] Snort IGNORES var HOME_NET
mkettler at ...4108...
Fri May 3 08:49:05 EDT 2002
Hmm, what is your EXTERNAL_NET specified as? by default it is set to any,
so until you change that, you will get alerts for home - to - home attacks.
At 09:18 AM 5/3/2002 +0000, counterping at ...5767... wrote:
>I am fairly new to the world of Snort and hopefully someone maybe able to
>me out: (1.83 ver)
>I have set up several networks within the home_net variable under snort.conf
>However, SNORT seems to IGNORE these networks as my Home Networks and send
>alarms for HOME to HOME intrusions.
>I am still seeing lots of alarms from my 172.16.10.0 home network to my
>10.10.30.0 home network,
>If a particular rule specifies EXTERNAL_NET -> HOME_NET surely I should
>alerted when the packet is sent from my home network to another home network ?
>i.e 172.16.10.35 -----> 10.10.30.10
>Any help would be greatly appreciated
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