[Snort-users] Ignoring a packet

Joel Esler joel.esler at ...1935...
Wed Jun 20 13:10:01 EDT 2007


Louis,

It looks like a trip to the users manual is needed.  There are tons of
ways to do what you are asking, but the easiest answer to your question
is:  Shut off the rule.

I suggest a read of the users manual.  Everything is outlined in there.
 The documentation is great.

Louis Bohm wrote:
> How do I tell snort to ignore a specific packet?  I am collecting snmp
> data from my DMZ and I see it in snort but I want snort to ignore the
> packets because I am being inadated with them.
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