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IDS and IPS Image upgrade and Signature upgrade

Can anyone suggesst me how to upgrade the image and

signature upgrade for IDSM and IPS.

Please go through the below " sh ver " details:

DMZ-IPS1# sh ver
Application Partition:

Cisco Intrusion Prevention System, Version 6.1(2)E3

Host:
    Realm Keys          key1.0
Signature Definition:
    Signature Update    S383.0                   2009-02-20
    Virus Update        V1.4                     2007-03-02
OS Version:             2.4.30-IDS-smp-bigphys
Platform:               IPS-4240-K9
Serial Number:          JMX1216L0ML
Licensed, expires:      10-Jul-2011 UTC
Sensor up-time is 7 days.
Using 1427742720 out of 1984548864 bytes of available memory (71% usage)
system is using 17.7M out of 29.0M bytes of available disk space (61% usage)
application-data is using 44.3M out of 166.8M bytes of available disk space (28%
usage)
boot is using 40.8M out of 68.6M bytes of available disk space (63% usage)


MainApp          M-2008_DEC_09_18_05   (Release)   2008-12-09T18:05:56-0600   Ru
nning
AnalysisEngine   M-2008_DEC_09_18_05   (Release)   2008-12-09T18:05:56-0600   Ru
nning
CLI              M-2008_DEC_09_18_05   (Release)   2008-12-09T18:05:56-0600


Upgrade History:

* IPS-K9-6.1-2-E3           18:05:00 UTC Tue Dec 09 2008
  IPS-sig-S383-req-E3.pkg   06:07:08 UTC Tue Feb 24 2009

Recovery Partition Version 1.1 - 6.1(2)E3

Host Certificate Valid from: 15-Feb-2009 to 16-Feb-2011

DMZ-IPS1#

DMZ-IPS2# sh ver
Application Partition:

Cisco Intrusion Prevention System, Version 6.1(2)E3

Host:
    Realm Keys          key1.0
Signature Definition:
    Signature Update    S383.0                   2009-02-20
    Virus Update        V1.4                     2007-03-02
OS Version:             2.4.30-IDS-smp-bigphys
Platform:               IPS-4240-K9
Serial Number:          JMX1216L0J5
Licensed, expires:      10-Jul-2011 UTC
Sensor up-time is 130 days.
Using 1425113088 out of 1984548864 bytes of available memory (71% usage)
system is using 17.7M out of 29.0M bytes of available disk space (61% usage)
application-data is using 44.5M out of 166.8M bytes of available disk space (28%
usage)
boot is using 40.8M out of 68.6M bytes of available disk space (63% usage)


MainApp          M-2008_DEC_09_18_05   (Release)   2008-12-09T18:05:56-0600   Ru
nning
AnalysisEngine   M-2008_DEC_09_18_05   (Release)   2008-12-09T18:05:56-0600   Ru
nning
CLI              M-2008_DEC_09_18_05   (Release)   2008-12-09T18:05:56-0600


Upgrade History:

* IPS-K9-6.1-2-E3           15:05:00 UTC Tue Dec 09 2008
  IPS-sig-S383-req-E3.pkg   04:12:50 UTC Tue Feb 24 2009

Recovery Partition Version 1.1 - 6.1(2)E3

Host Certificate Valid from: 23-Feb-2009 to 24-Feb-2011

DMZ-IPS2#


IDSM-Primary# sh ver
Application Partition:

Cisco Intrusion Prevention System, Version 6.1(2)E3

Host:
    Realm Keys          key1.0
Signature Definition:
    Signature Update    S377.0                   2009-01-17
    Virus Update        V1.4                     2007-03-02
OS Version:             2.4.30-IDS-smp-bigphys
Platform:               WS-SVC-IDSM-2
Serial Number:          SAD122006BX
Licensed, expires:      10-Jul-2011 UTC
Sensor up-time is 418 days.
Using 1437417472 out of 1983504384 bytes of available memory (72% usage)
system is using 17.7M out of 29.0M bytes of available disk space (61% usage)
application-data is using 36.3M out of 166.8M bytes of available disk space (23%
usage)
boot is using 40.8M out of 68.6M bytes of available disk space (63% usage)
application-log is using 532.7M out of 2.8G bytes of available disk space (20% u
sage)


MainApp          M-2008_DEC_09_18_05   (Release)   2008-12-09T18:05:56-0600   Ru
nning
AnalysisEngine   M-2008_DEC_09_18_05   (Release)   2008-12-09T18:05:56-0600   Ru
nning
CLI              M-2008_DEC_09_18_05   (Release)   2008-12-09T18:05:56-0600


Upgrade History:

* IPS-K9-6.1-2-E3           14:35:00 UTC Tue Dec 09 2008
  IPS-sig-S377-req-E3.pkg   11:29:34 UTC Thu Jan 22 2009

Maintenance Partition Version 2.1(3)

Recovery Partition Version 1.1 - 6.1(2)E3

Host Certificate Valid from: 24-Jan-2009 to 25-Jan-2011

IDSM-Primary#


IDSM-Secondary# sh ver
Application Partition:

Cisco Intrusion Prevention System, Version 6.1(2)E3

Host:
    Realm Keys          key1.0
Signature Definition:
    Signature Update    S377.0                   2009-01-17
    Virus Update        V1.4                     2007-03-02
OS Version:             2.4.30-IDS-smp-bigphys
Platform:               WS-SVC-IDSM-2
Serial Number:          SAD121806B1
Licensed, expires:      09-Jul-2011 UTC
Sensor up-time is 418 days.
Using 1418387456 out of 1983504384 bytes of available memory (71% usage)
system is using 17.7M out of 29.0M bytes of available disk space (61% usage)
application-data is using 36.3M out of 166.8M bytes of available disk space (23%
usage)
boot is using 40.8M out of 68.6M bytes of available disk space (63% usage)
application-log is using 532.6M out of 2.8G bytes of available disk space (20% u
sage)


MainApp          M-2008_DEC_09_18_05   (Release)   2008-12-09T18:05:56-0600   Ru
nning
AnalysisEngine   M-2008_DEC_09_18_05   (Release)   2008-12-09T18:05:56-0600   Ru
nning
CLI              M-2008_DEC_09_18_05   (Release)   2008-12-09T18:05:56-0600


Upgrade History:

* IPS-K9-6.1-2-E3           14:35:00 UTC Tue Dec 09 2008
  IPS-sig-S377-req-E3.pkg   08:32:22 UTC Thu Jan 22 2009

Maintenance Partition Version 2.1(3)

Recovery Partition Version 1.1 - 6.1(2)E3

Host Certificate Valid from: 24-Jan-2009 to 25-Jan-2011

IDSM-Secondary#

Please help me to resolve this issue.

Thanks and Regards,

S.Venkataraman.

1 REPLY
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Re: IDS and IPS Image upgrade and Signature upgrade

You should be able to find the support pages for the IDSM yourself, but here is what you are looking for:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/ips/6.1/configuration/guide/cli/cli_system_images.html#wp1180266

- Bob

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