We currently have Cat6513 switches installed and our looking into an IDSM-2 module, but for the time being until we can actually purchase them, I would like to install a few snort sensor into the switch to "monitor" a few VLANs.
I've read where there are only two SPAN ports and to gain some type of correlation to the events, I figure I would need to install a separate snort sensor for each vlan. The problem is the limit of two SPAN ports. I heard that there is a way to utilize a "capture" feature on the 65xx systems.
Is the appropriate way for this to use the "capture" commands and if so how would I do that?
Also, I read where the SPAN ports have no performance impact on the switch, but would the "capture" commands?
I apologize if this is the wrong forum for this but I wasn't sure if this would be more of a switching or IDS question...
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