Authored by ravi teja

firewall checkpoint jobs

For almost all companies are connected to the Internet, the threat of network attacks is an inevitable problem that they need to face. So there is often a need to set up some type of intrusion detection system (IDS) or intrusion protection system (IPS). These systems’ main purpose is to detect attacks as they are being initiated; this detection is done by comparing the streams of incoming traffic against a database of known attacks.

The main differences between an IDS and an IPS is in what happens when the device detects an attack. An IDS will detect the attack and alert the network administrators/engineers; an IPS has the ability to directly block the attack traffic once it has been detected. This can proactively prevent a good amount of damage to the internal network.

Cisco ASA line adds this ability with an additional piece of hardware of software, depending on the base ASA model. In this article it will take a look at this additional capability, what it offers, and how it can be configured to monitor traffic through an ASA.

ASA IPS Module Details

The IPS module might be a physical module or a software module, depending on your ASA model.

The IPS module runs advanced IPS software that provides proactive, full-featured intrusion prevention services to stop malicious traffic, including worms and network viruses, before they can affect your network. More info: firewall checkpoint

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