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Can an open sourced (free) SNORT implementations be manged by(paid) Sourcefire Defense Center?

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I have a client who has a base installation of SNORT, but would like to manage it from their new Sourcefire 3D Defense Center Appliance. Is this possible?
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Thanks for there reference RichCrumble! I see that I need the Sourcefire Intrusion Agent to forward events generated by Snort to Defense Center.
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The Sourcefire Intrusion Agent is only supported in the 4.x product line, the 5.x product line does not continue this feature.
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