Yes I have read that document. But the IDS-messages have no "explanation" and no "action" as the other messages have. So my question is were I can find information where the are an explanation and a recommended action.
I can't find a link on the web site, but they are the same as those in the IDS, ie the NSDB (network security database). In the cisco press book, Chapter 10 IDSPM, it lists all IDS signatures. So you can look in the book or in CSPM in the NSDB. For example a UDP bomb will be explained and will list a recommended action, deny or log, and you can have the PIX do the same.
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