[Snort-users] IDS and Firewall
jrhendri at ...9784...
Wed Apr 28 06:08:06 EDT 2004
In general, you want to separate the functions firewall and the IDS.
One of the primary uses for an IDS is to verify that the FW is doing its
That is, if the FW is compromised, the IDS should be able to alert you.
(you may choose to run a separate instance of snort *on* the FW for other
reasons, but that should not be your primary IDS)
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> I'm running shorewall.net as my firewall, on RedHat
> linux box version 9.0
> Is it recommended to run on it snort (on the same box)
> or should I run it on another computer
> Waiting for replies
> Kind Regards
> Kernel The Canine
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