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Re: [ISSForum] Provintia reaching EOL??



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I don't know if you can upgrade to the new boxes, since ISS has a
dramatically change for the new boxes. But in the case that you buy a
new box that has IPS capabilities it will not affect in your environment
since you can use than box in passive monitoring and each interface for
the bridge becomes a promiscuos interface that can listening in a mirror
port, and if you wish you could use RSKills.


regards!

Gijo Thomas wrote:
> Dear All,
> 
> I have noticed in the ISS website that provintia 201A IDS devices are on end
> of sale. Can we get the boxes upgraded to the new one or we have to buy
> again? What happens in envrnments were we dont want IPS and we want only
> IDS. I am working for a bank and I feel I cannot afford any false positives
> blocking any of my customers.
> 
> Any views on this will be very helpful. Appreciate responces on best
> practices anyone using ISS in banking envornment.
> 
> 
> Thanks and regards
> 
> Gijo Thomas.
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