[Snort-users] New comment - [#21068] Re: Installation:

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 There is a new comment in the ticket submitted by Luke Ager to VOIPTECH HELPDESK   Comment added by : Luke Ager  Comment Content:  <div>Just took a quick look and if you run snort.exe you will be able to list all available interfaces and their interface ID's.</div>
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<div id="AppleMailSignature">Then run snort.exe -i 1 -ved</div>
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<div id="AppleMailSignature">-i specifies interface and 1 is an example of syntax, change this to represent the interface for your wireless Nic.<br><br>Sent from my iPhone</div>
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<br>On 23 Jan 2017, at 05:17, Luke Ager <<a href="mailto:luke.ager at ...979...14399..." rel="noreferrer">luke.ager at ...14399...</a>> wrote:<br><br>
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<div>You can monitor the wireless traffic. Im not familiar with windows but expect you just need to specify the interface. <br><br>Sent from my iPhone</div>
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<br>On 23 Jan 2017, at 02:38, Charles E. Black <<a href="mailto:ceblack at ...17751..." rel="noreferrer">ceblack at ...17751...</a>> wrote:<br><br>
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<div class="MsoNormal">I have recently installed Snort. I have also installed WinPcap. This is on a Windows 10 system. I am also using a wireless system. Does the WinPcap allow a wireless system to pull information coming in through a router or is there some settings that I can set to allow incoming packages to be pulled in to a wireless system. I am using the following command to pull in signals:</div>
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<div class="MsoNormal">I believe I will need to hardwire a system directly after the router but I hope there is a way to achieve package monitoring using a wireless computer.</div>
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