I am trying to resurrect my ids system after about a year of being dormant.
I know I need to upgrade my sensors 4230's - 2.5(1)S3 and CSPM 2.3i. Which do I do first? IS there any step-by-step instructions on TAC website? Right now when I try to configure my sensor version through CSPM i don't have 2.5(1)S3 as an option the highest is 2.5(1)S2. As a result when I try to do a save and update I get an error message "unable to realize parameter set - Invalid local postoffice organization name Unable to realize sensor's parameters."
1) Upgrade your sensor to 3.0(1)S4 using IDSk9-sp-3.0-1-S4.bin.
2) Upgrade your sensor to 3.1(2)S23 using IDSk9-sp-3.1-2-S23.bin.
3) Upgrade your sensor to 3.1(3)S31 using IDSk9-sp-3.1-3-S31.bin.
4) Upgrade your sensor to 3.1(3)S42 using IDS-sig-3.1-3-S42.bin.
Now your sensor is running the latest version.
5) Uninstall the 2.3i CSPM, but be sure to keep a copy of the license file you have because you will need it in the new version.
(NOTE: If you want to save the configs you can export the cpm file and import into the new version. But if your config is old I would recommend just uninstalling and starting with a new config after the upgrade.)
6) Download and install the latest CSPM version 2.3.5i using your older license file.
7) Download and install the latest CSPM signature update S42 (note the sig update says it is for 2.3.3i but will also work with the newer 2.3.5i)
Now your CSPM is running the latest version.
8) Add the sensor to CSPM as if it is a new sensor.
9) Push an initial configuration from CSPM to get things started.
Now you can begin using your updated system
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