[Snort-users] Any idea when multiple port support is coming?

Russ Starr russ.starr at ...11827...
Tue Dec 6 21:44:01 EST 2005

I would tell you, but Marty might not like that... :)

Actually, the same question got asked a few hours ago at our Kansas
City SUG meeting...  It boils down to, it's being worked on.  No
promises or deadlines. ;)

Then again, I'm not an authoritative source of info on that.

Thank you for coming out tonight for those who made it... It was a
good first meeting!


On 12/6/05, Jason Haar <Jason.Haar at ...294...> wrote:
> Hi there
> Says it all really. From an efficiency perspective, I really need to be
> able to define things like
> var HTTP_PORTS 80,3128,8080
> so that single rules can trigger on HTTP traffic that is both direct,
> and/or via a proxy. Currently this would involve converting something
> like the 1217 web-*.rules into over 3.5K...
> At the moment, I've had to turn tonnes of intranet rules from
> $HTTP_PORTS to "any" to effect the same change more efficiently - but
> now get whacked with tonnes of false positives on SMTP traffic (so now
> I've changed "any" to "!25" - but you get the drift)
> Any hint to when/if this feature will show up?
> --
> Cheers
> Jason Haar
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