[Snort-users] BPF Alternative for PPPOE?
cmg at ...1935...
Tue Jul 1 06:05:14 EDT 2003
"Richard A. Burman III" <Richard.Burman at ...9592...> writes:
> Sorry to ramble, but I wanted to be as specific as possible and hope that
> someone might have a suggestion as to what I can do. I tried just for grins
> to see if snort treated the bpf any different than tcpdump did, but did not
> seem to have any success (with PPPOE). In the meantime, I will read-up a
> little more on excluding hosts in the snort.conf file and welcome any
Does PPPoE create any other devices that can be used for sniffing
rather than the raw etherent device?
Chris Green <cmg at ...1935...>
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