Have a look at Tippingpoint
you can use the units as standalone IPS devices or together with the SMS
as centrally managed environment with extended log capability.
The devices are based on a special ASIC (at least the bigger ones)
architecture (not intel plattform) and have for that reason very good
Olivier Beytrison wrote:
I'd like to ask you guys what kind of IPS you are running. Currently we
have a McAfee Intrushield I3000 which does his job rather well, but its
maintenance cost is rather high. So we're slowly looking for a replacement.
I've been looking at the new Cisco ASA serie, but their IPS have a
rather low throughput (450mps for the 5530/5540 module). We currently
handle a throughput of 300mps and it's still growing.
So what kind of IPS are you using, what's your opinion about it ?
Network & Security Engineer
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