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Re: Snort as Firewall (WinXP)
From: "shrek-m () gmx de" <shrek-m () gmx de>
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2006 23:17:43 +0100

Neil wrote:

From what I've read, a couple people have tried, but most people were of
the opinion to use Snort as an IDS, and have a separate firewall.

bingo.

If anyone has done it, do you recommend it? Why/why not?
For those who are against using it as a firewall, again, why?


"snort"  iirc is a ids/ips  and  no firewall
http://www.snort.org/

eg.  "iptables"  iirc is a firewall  and no ids/ips
http://iptables.org/

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shrek-m

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