I am not aware of one. At the present time, you can use telnet and ssh to connect to the box. I believe you can use the IDS Event Viewer to view events, but that utility is about as worthless as it comes. I think that is an attempt at managing security events, but at a very shallow level. The only thing I know of is to use .. oh no.. not that... yep... CSPM... which is by far one of the poorest application I have ever ran across. Also, I am not aware of any way to manually edit the packetd.conf file with the IDSM. This is poor poor design. Until they come up with some solution that works, I think we are stuck with CSPM... or we could just scrap this mess and use snort!
CSPM is being replaced with 2 new tools included in VMS2.1 released earlier this year.
The configuration and alarm viewing are now web based.
The configuration portion is in the Management Center for IDS (IDSMC), and the viewing portion is in Monitoring Center for Security (SecMon).
SecMon and IDSMC are in the VMS2.1 bundle of products.
Both IDSMC and SecMon are installed with a web server on a Windows 2000 machine. The latest versions of Netscape and Internet Explorer on most windows and unix platforms can be used to browse to either IDSMC or SecMon for security management.
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