Stating that the Okena product SHOULD be assimilated into Cisco by March. The page also states that while they are OEM'ing Okena they (Cisco) are going to throw in the management package that Okena needs to have for FREE.
So whats the deal? If I go forward with buying VMS 2, AND need to buy the Okena software from Cisco (5K), that seems to me to be a rip. On the other hand if its all integrated into VMS that would be sweet.
Another quick question...does anyone know if VMS 2.1 works with IDS 4.0 software?
That's pretty much what my Cisco rep worked out for me. I just went to VMS 2.1 and was about to buy the Entercept agents when that whole deal went bust. Now I am buying the Okena agents and am getting the Okena management console for free to manage the agents until thatfuntionality is pulled into VMS. I would not bet on a March assimilation though. If I had to guess I would put it more towards very late spring but that is jut a guess.
Man, Cisco screw again. Are you using any of the IDS products that they have running 4.0 software? Reporting back to VMS 2.1? Also did you get Cisco's "CTR" technology? I know that its included with all IDS's for 90day's but does it work?!
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