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Configuring the IN system variable on a Ver. 4.0 IDS

I am trying to install a new IDS on my network and am having trouble setting up the system variables. I can't seem to figure out the proper format for entering the IP addresses.

My network has a somewhat goofy IP range set up and I would like to just add the appropriate networks without adding a huge range. For example, my network ranges would look like this: 10.0.10.X, 10.0.20.X, 10.0.100.0-10.0.110.255, 10.0.130.X. I can already type in 10.0.10.0-10.0.30.255 and have it work but It will cover a lot of ranges that aren't on my network. I've tried seperating with commas, colons, semi-colons, and just spaces. The documentation I've seen just says Quote "IN: IN is a list of all internal IP address spaces. Enter your internal IP addresses." with no mention of format. Any help on this would be most appreciated.

Thanks,

Bill Barnett

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Re: Configuring the IN system variable on a Ver. 4.0 IDS

I don't know if this is the most convinient way to do it, but something like this should work:

10.0.10.0-10.0.10.255,10.0.20.0-10.0.20.255,10.0.100.0-10.0.100.255,10.0.110.0-10.0.110.255,10.0.130.0-10.0.130.255

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Re: Configuring the IN system variable on a Ver. 4.0 IDS

Thanks, that fixed my problem, after trying that on the IDS I realized it doesn't like spaces. Everything I had tried was a comma, colon,etc. and then a space.

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