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RE: [ISSForum] Adjusting PAM settings by group?



Erin,

It is possible to add tuning parameters to the policy. From the policy
editor, select the name of one of the groups in the left pane (it
doesn't matter which one.) The right pane will show a button labeled
"tuning". Click that button and a pop-up for entering tuning parameters
should appear. These tuning parameters will be applied to each sensor to
which you apply the policy. Sensor specific tuning parameters are
applied after policy specific ones, so the former will override the
latter in the case of conflicts.

Paul

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Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 5:01 PM
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Subject: [ISSForum] Adjusting PAM settings by group?


Is there a way to make a PAM setting apply to more than one sensor at a
time?  Basically all I see is right click in Site Protector on a single
sensor (network or appliance) and go to edit properties, hit the last
tab and add your parameter.  I'd like to adjust say 15+ at a time.  Say
for instance my gig network flies like it rightfully should, then I want
to mod 

pam.tcp.network.scan.interval

But I have 30 sensors that run around these areas, do I have to hit each
sensor one at a time to add that pam setting?  I don't see it possible
in the policy file, but maybe I'm missing something?

Thanks,
Erin


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