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Re: IDS-IPS Recommendations
From: jeffrey rivero <jeffr76 () yahoo com>
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2007 12:12:56 -0400

is this in addition to a current firewall or in place of one
there are a few good ones out there
Cisco is great but they can be harder to maintain for the non cisco-it's
have a look at SNORT (open source easy to use, ACID, or BASE can help (we use the ACID console)
there are embedded solutions that will make the setup a snap
we currently have 1 cisco device and 3 SNORT boxes
snort is a nice IDS but it does take a bit of power to run it
we hover at about 8Mb and our boarder snort box (cel 2.x 256 M ram) was vary busy it has been upgraded to duel optrons and now screams

www.Astaro.com has a nice Snort setup have a look at them

Al Cooper wrote:
There are only about 150 users so we are not talking about a lot of traffic.
I would guess less than 5MB.

-----Original Message-----
From: jeffrey rivero [mailto:jeffr76 () yahoo com] Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2007 9:35 AM
To: Al Cooper
Cc: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Re: IDS-IPS Recommendations

how much traffic are we talking about
~2Mb+ ??

Al Cooper wrote:
I am looking at installing an IDS or IPS system for a small company (150
computers) the is very security conscious.   Since I am very familiar with
Cisco am looking at a Cisco ASA5510 IPS edition.
What are your experiences with the 5510?  What are the real life good and
bad points of this system?

What other systems should I consider?
My budget is $10.000.

Thanks for your help,








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