I have a customer who wants an IPS that can support a full 10GB throughput. This is to go with a data center taht will be Nexus 7000 based with 6500 service switches hung off it. Anyone know of a way of doing this with Cisco kit as I really do't want to have to go wIth a Juniper IDP 8200.
pkampana, the OP brought up IPS. Is there a distinction among Cisco's products in the context of throughput operating as an IDS vs IPS. In that IPS actively "denies" attackers/packets/connections which it calculates as harmful (via the Risk Rating formula)? I am not asking about the "Block" actions, only "Deny" actions.
I understand that the message is the AIP sensors cannot perform at the same rates as the appliances. I would not be surprised at this.
Can one Cisco IPS appliances be inserted into ALL flows of data between ALL logical interfaces of a Cisco ASA, or, would a firm need to purchase one Cisco IPS appliance for each logical interface, or would it only be able to operate as an IDS?If this particular design scenario is documented, I’m overlooking it.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
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