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Span has a red dot in sensor 1
I have configured port mirroring on my Netgear Switch GS748T and the sensor one still saying NO SPAN with a red dot. I used Wireshark wit...
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How to modify a standalone Central Manager LANGuardian system as a probe, that you do not have console access to (no iLO for example)?
Changing a Central Manager into a probe is normally achieved from the rescue account CLI. The rescue account CLI is not accessible from s...
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How to detect someone trying to do some hacking or kali-user
Can i detect someone who use backtrack or kali? Or maybe when someone trying to do some hacking? Is there any video tutorial for that? Th...
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ERSPAN on Remote Probe
Using a 1000v with ERSPAN successfully for our packet traces and captures. We're now transitioning to Virtual Probes in our environment. ...
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BPF to ignore client traffic picked up on other sensor
I want to prevent our sensor from capturing client traffic that I capture on our client sensor (student/guest subnets). The client su...
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Would you mind confirming that this is the correct syntax to ensure two hosts are excluded via the BPF filter?
This exact syntax: not host (10.5.2.14 or 10.5.2.101). Is this correct? The correct syntax to use is not host 10.5.2.14 and not host 10...
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languardian didn't report the net activity
i have installed languardian via vmware workstation on my laptop. How do i login as rescue? and languardian didn't read or report the net...
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Looking for documentation for Ignore Portscans ansd Blacklists
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How does LANGuardian manage multiple VLANs?
VLANs are usually an IP subnet so you can see what other VLAN\subnets that a device/user is using. LANGuardian can process VLAN traffic ...
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If we deploy multiple LANGuardian sensors and opt for the optional modules, do we need to purchase those modules for each sensor?
Answer is No.
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Does LANGuardian support more than 2 network ports? i.e. ability to monitor 2 or more ports from different networks on a single sensor.
Yes. A license will cover you for 3 network cards. 1 for management and 2 for sensors. More sensors can be added at an additional cost.
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Do you require multiple LANGuardian sensors if we wish to monitor two separate networks on the LAN?
If the networks are located within a single data center then a single LANGuardian instance will be sufficient. Each LANGuardian syste...
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I’m getting red SPAN for one of my remote location. What does that mean?
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I've added a new sensor - how do I look at this traffic in LANGuardian?
Recently added a second local sensor to my LANGuardian installation, but do not recall how to look at this traffic in LG?. 
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Installing LANProbe - what ports do I need to open to communicate properly?
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