[Snort-users] wihtelist one IP?

Tommie Giles tgiles at ...11827...
Thu Dec 3 09:34:58 EST 2009


pass tcp 217.x.x.x any -> any any ( sid:1000001 ;)
pass tcp any any -> 217.x.x.x any ( sid:1000002 ;)

probably something like:

and not ((src net 217.x.x.0/24 || dst net 217.x.x.0/24))


Cheers,

tom

On Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 6:16 AM, post urne <posturne at ...11827...> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I try to whitelist one of our customer IP in my local Snort setup.
>
> After many "googling" I belive to found a way:
>
> I created 2 rules in the /etc/snort/rules/local.rules:
>
> pass tcp 217.x.x.x any -> any any ( sid:1000001 ;)
> pass tcp any any -> 217.x.x.x any ( sid:1000002 ;)
>
>
> The local.rules file is in snort.conf included, but I still get tcp
> alerts for 217.x.x.x.
>
> where is my mistake - any ideas?
>
> regards,
> tom
>
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