[Snort-users] Stealth Interface

sekure sekure at ...11827...
Wed Jul 14 12:36:12 EDT 2004


type "snort" on the command line.  Look for an option that allows you
to specify an interface.

On Fri, 09 Jul 2004 15:09:28 +0000, b7time b7time <b7time at ...125...> wrote:
> I have Snort running on Linux 9 with two interfaces. Eth0 has an IP address
> assigned and is capturing traffic. However I would like to use instead eth1
> without an IP address that is attached to a hub on the external network. How
> do I 'unbind' Snort from using eth0 (which I would use for management) and
> instead use eth1 (no IP address) in stealth mode?
> 
> Thanks in advance.
> 
> Vito
> 
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