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Setup: ask user for HOME_NET #926

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dougburks opened this Issue May 21, 2016 · 8 comments

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dougburks commented May 21, 2016

default to RFC1918 private address space

sosetup should only prompt if user is configuring a network sensor

sosetup.conf needs to be updated to include this variable

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To confirm, is this only for a sensor? Would there be a reason it would not be for a standalone as well?

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weslambert commented Jun 24, 2016

To confirm, is this only for a sensor? Would there be a reason it would not be for a standalone as well?

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Hi Wes,

A standalone configuration would need to ask for HOME_NET since it is both a master server and a network sensor at the same time.

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dougburks commented Jun 24, 2016

Hi Wes,

A standalone configuration would need to ask for HOME_NET since it is both a master server and a network sensor at the same time.

Thanks!

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That's what I figured. I just wanted to be completely sure you didn't have
anything else in mind. :)

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A standalone configuration would need to ask for HOME_NET since it is both
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That's what I figured. I just wanted to be completely sure you didn't have
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A standalone configuration would need to ask for HOME_NET since it is both
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Merged, thanks Wes!

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dougburks commented Jun 29, 2016

Merged, thanks Wes!

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