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Displaying the IDP Detector Engine Version Number

The following topics give procedures for displaying the IDP detector engine version number:

Using NSM to Display the Detector Engine Version

To view the version of the latest IDP detector engine that has been downloaded to the NSM GUI server:

  • In NSM, select Tools > View/Update NSM Attack Database and click Next.

    The wizard displays the IDP detector engine versions that have been downloaded to the NSM GUI server.

To view version information for the IDP detector engine installed on an IDP Series device:

  • In the NSM device manager, double-click the IDP or ISG Series device to display the device configuration editor.

    For IDP OS and Junos OS devices, the Info node displays version information, including the IDP detector engine version.

    For ScreenOS devices, navigate to Security > SM Settings to display the IDP detector engine version.

Using the IDP OS CLI to Display the Detector Engine Version

To display the IDP detector engine version number on an IDP OS device:

  1. Connect to the CLI as the user admin and switch to the user root.
  2. Run the scio getsystem command as shown in the following example:
    login as: admin
    admin's password:
    
    Last login: Thu May  9 17:31:47 2010 from 10.150.99.42
    
    [admin@idp ~]$ su -
    Password:
    
    [root@idp ~]# scio getsystem
    Product Name:  NS-IDP-8200
    Serial Number:  0254092008000019
    Software Version:  5.0.127636
    IDP Mode:  transparent
    HA Mode:  Disabled
    Detector Version:  5.0.110100517
    Software License:   Evaluation
    Software Expiration Date:   4/25/2011
    [root@idp ~]#
    

    In this example, the version is 5.0.110100517.

Using the Junos OS CLI to Display the Detector Engine Version

To display the IDP detector engine version on a Junos OS device:

  1. Log in to the Junos OS CLI and enter operational mode. For details, see the Junos OS documentation.
  2. Enter the command shown in the following example:
    user@host> show security idp security-package-version
    Attack database version:1651(Wed May 21 16:42:03 2010)
      Detector version :10.4.140100513
      Policy template version :N/A

    In this example, the detector version number is 10.4.140100513.

Using the ScreenOS CLI to Display the Detector Engine Version

To display the IDP detector engine version number on a ScreenOS device:

  1. Connect to the CLI as the user admin and switch to the user root.
  2. Run the get system command as shown in the following example:
    [root@defaulthost admin]# get system
    [..]
    IDP files version:
    
    detector.so 3.5.135690
    
    [root@defaulthost admin]# 

    The line for detector.so shows the version of the detector. In this example, the version is 3.5.135690.

Modified: 2018-06-27