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Unconsumed token

Dear list,

When I run SigWizMenu on our sensors I receive “Unconsumed token(s) [Attempt to parse Non-Numeric value.] passed to parameter "ServicePorts"

What does this mean?

The sensor currently has the following version installed.

>nrvers

Application Versions for Ids1jmo.ce

The Version of the Sensor is: 3.1(3)S49

postoffice v220 (Release) 01/12/14-20:01

fileXfer v175 (Release) 01/07/11-21:48

logger v220 (Release) 01/12/14-19:59

sap v220 (Release) 01/12/14-20:01

sensor v262 (Release) 02/05/08-17:28

manage v220 (Release) 01/12/14-20:00

>.SigWizMenu*

setStorageTimeOut: default value of 300

setMpcPercent: default value of 1

INIT - sigsUserModified =

Startup SigWizMenu v262 (Release) 02/05/08-17:25 : CSIDS Signature Wizard

-Load File: /usr/nr/etc/SigData.conf

Unconsumed token(s) [Attempt to parse Non-Numeric value.] passed to parameter "ServicePorts"

Unconsumed token(s) [Attempt to parse Non-Numeric value.] passed to parameter "ServicePorts"

Null String passed to String Parameter "SigStringInfo"

Null String passed to String Parameter "SigStringInfo"

Null String passed to String Parameter "SigStringInfo"

Null String passed to String Parameter "SigStringInfo"

Unconsumed token(s) [Attempt to parse Non-Numeric value.] passed to parameter "ServicePorts"

Unconsumed token(s) [Attempt to parse Non-Numeric value.] passed to parameter "ServicePorts"

Unconsumed token(s) [Attempt to parse Non-Numeric value.] passed to parameter "ServicePorts"

-Load File: /usr/nr/etc/SigUser.conf

-Load File: /usr/nr/etc/SigSettings.conf

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New Member

Re: Unconsumed token

This is a parser error complaining about the value of ServicePorts. There may be a space or alpha character in a ServicePorts definition that is causing this error.

Could you please get us a copy of your /usr/nr/etc/SigUser.conf file so we can give it a look.

Also, what sig update level are you currently running??

You can email directly to kasper@cisco.com.

Thank you.

-JK

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