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December 31st, 2003 02:41 PM
you are correct, that is possible, I probably should have mentioned it.
December 30th, 2003 07:57 PM
1. It depends on the physical pieces of the ehternet network. If your LAN is composed of hubs, then you are correct, a hub recieves traffic on one port, and sends it out to all ports. If your...
November 26th, 2003 03:57 AM
I don't use redhat at all on my desktops, work and home are OS X 10.3 now. But we do use Redhat 9 on several servers, and Redhat AS 2.1 on one server. All are going to be upgraded to REdhat EL ES...
November 25th, 2003 06:02 AM
Hmm, I took your statement about replying to pings too literally.
Would this help perhaps?
ip reflexive-list timeout 120
ip address 172.16.1.2 255.255.255.0
November 25th, 2003 05:10 AM
I haven't done this myself, but this line might help you out when applied in the correct place, with the proper access-list number of course, and replace the Eva/Boaz with IP info.
November 25th, 2003 04:53 AM
Yes, but you can make snort fiddle with your firewall in real time, or nearly so.
November 25th, 2003 03:03 AM
Yeah, that is what I figured, just thought it was odd enough to share...
November 25th, 2003 02:57 AM
There are addons to make snort actively respond to alerts. I would be a bit leary of them though...
November 25th, 2003 02:47 AM
I have got a bit of a strange one.....
I just installed nessus, got everything working, and then started a scan of a freshly installed and patched OSX 10.3 Server. There were a few things that it...
October 24th, 2003 10:30 PM
There are lots of services which do not strictly speaking need to be running in most default installs.
as root, run
chkconfig --list > somefilename
That will save a list all services and...
October 24th, 2003 05:29 PM
Check out this site. They seem to have a fairly cool way of authenticating users for environments similar to the one you are setting up. I have not tried it so I can't say how easy/hard it is, or...
October 22nd, 2003 04:05 PM
Thanks again for the input all.
Thanks for offering to answer a few questions, I am seriously considering requesting a demo, and hopefully an evaluation on my network for one of these...
October 22nd, 2003 05:40 AM
great, I will check it out,
If anyone is interested in an article about the pros/cons of these systems as opposed to straight ipsec vpn here is a pretty good article.
October 22nd, 2003 04:05 AM
Thanks worm3y but I am definitely not looking for ssl acceleration. The devices I am looking at are sort of a reverse proxy server appliance, with ssl which authenticates to an external source(ldap...
October 22nd, 2003 03:45 AM
Has anyone here used or evaluated any SSL VPN appliances such as the Nortel Alteo, or products available from safeweb(now owned by symantec) or Neoteris(now owned by netscreen I think)?
October 21st, 2003 03:05 PM
Looks interesting, however....
If they are hosting their website on their own device(perhaps???) it doesn't like opera very much. Loads fine in EI 6, but opera takes for ever to load the...
October 21st, 2003 05:41 AM
that is about what I thought. also it is how I deal with security(on linux systems). figure it out as I need it. I also rely very heavily in a firewall which I understand very very well, to...
October 21st, 2003 02:10 AM
Assuming that you are using IIS(if using apache, this info is not of any use to you, you may want to consider apache, although not if youare going to use asp with vbscript or anything). Most likely...
October 21st, 2003 01:47 AM
What do you mean when you say "running a server"? What services(file and print, web, dns, dhcp) are you providing? Whom are you providing those services to?
There are lots of reasons to use...
October 20th, 2003 11:51 PM
I dont want to sound like an idiot here, but...
Is anyone even working on something like this for linux? I know about the varius and sundry "secure" linux distros/patches like SElinux or...
October 20th, 2003 10:07 PM
Um, this is not exactly new.... The big linux companies have been heavily pushing migration from unix to linux from the begining. Just go to redhat.com and look at their whitepapers about migration...
October 19th, 2003 10:59 PM
Those three ISO's that you downloaded are the entire install for redhat linux 9, minus the source and documentations CD's, like you would get from the store. They include hundreds and hundreds(if...
October 8th, 2003 04:12 AM
Sudo works nicely, as someone stated above... alternatively.
This is only a slightly better idea than putting your root password in a script, but. If you are bound and determined.
September 26th, 2003 03:36 AM
look for a file called ifcfg-eth0
it is in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/
use "locate ifcfg-eth0" to find it if nescessary.
That is the file that you will need to edit in order to set the IP...
September 26th, 2003 03:07 AM
can you post a everything you get from running ifconfig on each machine?