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    Question Lan Party Server Security

    Greeting,

    I need to secure a LAN PARTY (+200 computers) internaly/externaly and generate triggers when certain events have occured (like high bandwidth usage or so).

    Does someone have experience with this or can point me at to some software which can be usefull for this situations ?


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    snort, cacti, ids (like on any network)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy View Post
    snort, cacti, ids (like on any network)
    Thanks for your reply!

    What about Wireless security ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy View Post
    snort, cacti, ids (like on any network)
    Does cacti have triggers with email alerting for high bandwidth? I thought it was just graphs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jalapeno55 View Post
    Does cacti have triggers with email alerting for high bandwidth? I thought it was just graphs?
    I really dont know! Never used it but it seems a very powerfull and configurable application to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jalapeno55 View Post
    Does cacti have triggers with email alerting for high bandwidth? I thought it was just graphs?
    via a plugin it does.

    for the pure cheapness i run http://howtoforge.com/setting_up_a_f...n_access_point

    simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy View Post
    via a plugin it does.

    for the pure cheapness i run http://howtoforge.com/setting_up_a_f...n_access_point

    simple.
    Thanks!

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    Check out www.packetfence.org, its another great open source project that implements a full NAC suite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicturtle View Post
    Check out www.packetfence.org, its another great open source project that implements a full NAC suite.
    Thanks for the great PacketFence advice! I'll explore it.

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