[Snort-users] Can't suppress Tagged Packet

Joel Esler joel.esler at ...1935...
Fri May 26 06:42:01 EDT 2006


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Suppose you can copy and paste (take out the IP's) the alert you are
getting?

Joel

Rob Ward wrote:
>
>
> --On 26 May 2006 13:37 +0200 Dirk Geschke <dirk at ...10648...> wrote:
>
>> is it possible that you use the unified output plugin?
>>
>> In this case all rebuild packets from stream4 which raise an alert
>> are stored as the original individual packets. The first is associated
>> with the alert message and all further parts are labeled as "Tagged
>> Packet".
>>
>> So in this case it will not help to suppress it this way. I fear
>> you have to tune your rules to reduce the number of alerts. (Or
>> you can use another output method, AFAIK only the unified output
>> plugin decomposes the rebuild packet with "Tagged Packets".)
>
> Hi Dirk, I'm not using the unified output plugin.
>
> Regards
>
> Rob Ward
> Network Northwest Support
> University of Liverpool
> Computing Services Department
>
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