AW: [Snort-users] Taps
Sandro.Poppi at ...3316...
Wed Aug 25 06:36:23 EDT 2004
maybe you should use a crossover cable instead of a direct one. I had to use
it when using an NG tap but haven't verified with the mentioned passive tap.
Just my 2 cents.
> I am currently using this tap:
> This tap sits between a cisco catalyst switch and a 2600 router. The
> link is full duplex and I am only capturing traffic on one of the
> ports on the tap. I have tried a cable in the other port and I dont
> get a link light. I have double checked the construction and
> everything seems to be as per the documentation. Has anyone else
> managed to get both streams with the use of this tap?
> Also, looking at:
> Would this be the better way to go? Is the item in the top left of
> this picture the same as the above tap? And the use of the switch is
> simply to combine the two streams?
> I have looked at purchasing a real tap from Securicore Inc that
> combines both streams into one on its own but they want 1300 CAD for
> one of these which is not really in our budget atm.
> What, if any, are my other options? -or- What have I missed
> on the construction.
> Paul Halliday
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