[Snort-users] RE: Win users - HELP
L. Christopher Luther
CLuther at ...6333...
Mon Jan 13 11:28:01 EST 2003
You cannot mix command line output parameters (e.g., -A fast, -b, -s, etc.)
with output parameters in the snort.conf file (e.g., ); the command line
parameters will override those in the snort.conf file. It is my
understanding that this functionality by design.
If you want to log alert data to a CSV file, drop the output command line
parameter '-s localhost' and only specify the CSV output plugin in the
output CSV: C:\snort\log\alert.csv default
The plugin requires two arguments: a full pathname to a file and the output
formatting option. The output formatting option of 'default' will capture
all alert data. Check out the snort docs for more information
Hope this helps.
From: Sh J [mailto:shay_work at ...131...]
Sent: Saturday, January 11, 2003 5:54 PM
To: L. Christopher Luther
Subject: RE: Win users - HELP
Nice to write u, Thanks for the answear.
I'm useing compiled version Snort-1.9.0-win32.exe and i manage to log alert
file (packet logger, -l ./log) and to syslog file( -s localhost) on local
Hope that help u Thanks anyway.
"L. Christopher Luther" <CLuther at ...6333...> wrote:
Can you be a little more specific:
Where did you get the distro of Snort?
Was it precompiled?
You say you're getting alerts, how do you know? Are you also logging
somewhere else, and if so, how?
Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2003 05:26:29 -0800 (PST)
From: Sh J <shay_work at ...131...>
To: Snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Snort-users] Win users - HELP
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Hello u all,
I realy need u all win users i'm running snort 1.9 on win2000 all o.k, until
i tried log
all the alerts to csv file nothing is writting into the file and i get
does anyone got an idea, Do i need to install somthing or it already build
does someone manage to do that?
And What about Snmp Traps with windows?????
Any Help will DO THANKS
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