Re: Need help on ipfw IDS support.

On 0, Sunil Sunder Raj <unixtools@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Is it possible to integrate SNORT with IPFW. I have an entire network
behind an IPFW BRIDGE. Just need IDS capability enabled for the network.
Just an hint is enough. Any other way I can achieve this in IPFW.

-Sunil Sunder Raj

Yes, snort has a configure option to enable ipfw support.


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