I have a router with IOS IPS and manage this using SDM.
I have deleted a signature from the router and would now like to re-install it.
Using SDM import feature I have looked for the deleted signature in the 256mb.sdf that I've downloaded from the Cisco website. It doesn't appear in the list of signatures. I've tried the attck-drop.sdf and the local ios sdmips.sdf but the signature is not listed.
4050 UDP bomb is a built-in signature within the IOS. Some 100 odd signatures (version dependent) are loaded into the router by default when your IOS has the IDS image. Look under the ATOMIC.UDP signatures for 4050.
I've not tried what you have suggested because I resolved the problem myself before you posted it.
They way I resolved it was to download the IOS-S208.zip file, extract the virtualsensor.xml file, rename this to .sdf and then open it in the import in SDM. Hey presto, the 4050 signature was there for selection.
Thanks for your help and suggestion.
If I ever delete a signature again I'll try your suggested solution.
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