RE: honeywall/pot on same host Sep 27 2006 02:14PM
William Woodhams (William Woodhams wegmans com)
I personally prefer having it on two different systems. Reason being I
can monitor both of them separately and if I need to I can restart my
honeywall without having to affect my honeypot itself. Also it allows
me to report on if the honeywall was breached only or if someone
actually got into the honeypot.

Bill Woodhams
Systems Technician
Development Group-Technical Systems
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Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2006 3:07 AM
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Subject: honeywall/pot on same host

Hi list
Could anyone weight in on or point me to a resource which confirms
whether a
single host can be used for the honeywall and honeypot systems or if it
recommended to have separate physical machines for each and why.

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