Re: Do I have correct hardware to implement IDMS in catalyst 600
Both the IDS module and the IDS appliance could be used. Both the module and appliance rely on either span or VACL Capture to receive packets, so the appliance can be configured to monitor the same packets that a module can be configured to monitor. The advantage that the module has is primarily space (takes up an existing slot in the switch instead of extra rack space), power (gets power from backplane instead of an external power outlet), and remote administration (can be powered off and on remotely through supervisor).
So the choice between a module and appliance is primarily one of preference.
If you do decide to go with a module then I recommend purchasing the IDSM2 which is the 2nd generation module which starts shipping later this month.
If you go with a module then you will need to upgrade your Cat OS version to the latest version: 7.5(1).
If you intend to use VACL Capture rather than Span for monitoring the packets then you will need either a PFC (or PFC2) or an MSFC (or MSFC2) on the Supervisor. (I can't verify with your output whether or not you have a PFC or MSFC).
The rest of your switch setup looks fine and should work with the IDS module.
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