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ids-4fe-int 33vs66

i have been told that the ids-4215 can only have a 4fe66(does that partnumber make sense). i have found that the pix4fe is interchangeable with a pix4fe66. is this true with the IDS? thanks Gary Lash chinsue32@cox.net

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Re: ids-4fe-int 33vs66

The IDS-4FE-INT is the official part number of the card, and only this card is supported in an IDS-4215 chassis.

As you noted, the Pix had 2 types of 4FE cards that it supported.

One of these is the same card as the IDS-4FE-INT part number (the PIX-4FE-66 I beleive). And that Pix part number which is the same card as the IDS-4FE-INT, can be used in the IDS-4215.

So I believe that IDS-4FE-INT and PIX-4FE-66 are 2 Cisco Part Numbers for the same 4FE NIC card. The Cisco part numbers differ because of which product it was sold for.

The other Pix 4FE part number (PIX-4FE I think), however, was an older rev PCI card and can NOT be used in the IDS-4215.

The IDS/IPS software will Not recognize that older card and that older card has never been sold as an IDS/IPS part number.

Hope this answers your question.

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Re: ids-4fe-int 33vs66

thank you for your input. i was experimenting with the pix-4fe in the ids4215 and found that it did indeed recognize it. was able to ping out each port also. thats why i was wondering about the pix-4fe. because my boss told me the same thing. maybe we are misidentifing the card?

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Re: ids-4fe-int 33vs66

If it works in the IDS, it must be the 66 version, as the 33 version will not be recognised.

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