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One Sensor shunning two Routers

Hello,

We are planning to make ISP connection redundant.

We wil have two routers for the Internet access.

Question 1:

Can one sensor shun two routers at a time, and how to do it ?

Have we only to add the two lines in managed.conf as follows ?

NetDevice ROUTER1_IP Cisco ROUTER1_PASSWORD

ROUTER1_ENABLE_PASSWORD

NetDevice ROUTER2_IP Cisco ROUTER2_PASSWORD

ROUTER2_ENABLE_PASSWORD

Q2:

What kind of CIsco routers and version of IOS can IDS Sensor

shun ?

Thank you.

Daiichiro Beppu

NTT DATA SECURITY

Japan

2 REPLIES
Cisco Employee

Re: One Sensor shunning two Routers

Yes, you can configure IDS to shun two routers.

Any version on Cisco router should do. IDS is not IOS version dependant.

HTH

R/Yusuf

Cisco Employee

Re: One Sensor shunning two Routers

The only IDS restrictions on IOS versions are that the version should

be Y2K compliant and it should support named ACLs. Any Cisco router

running IOS version 11.2 or greater will work with IDS.

If you update managed.conf to support more than one

router, you will need to add 1 NetDevice entry for the router and at

least 1 ShunInterfaceCisco entry for the interface(s) the sensor will

be shunning on.

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