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Monitoring IDP Status

Purpose

View detailed information about the IDP Status, Memory, Counters, Policy Rulebase Statistics, and Attack table statistics.

Action

To view Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IDP) table information, do one of the following:

Table 59 summarizes key output fields in the IDP display.

Table 59: Summary of IDP Status Output Fields

Field

Values

Additional Information

IDP Status  

Status of IDP

Displays the status of the current IDP policy.

Up Since

Displays the time from when the IDP policy first began running on the system.

Packets/Second

Displays the number of packets received and returned per second.

Peak

Displays the maximum number of packets received per second and the time when the maximum was reached.

Kbits/Second

Displays the aggregated throughput (kilobits per second) for the system.

Peak Kbits

Displays the maximum kilobits per second and the time when the maximum was reached.

Latency (Microseconds)

Displays the delay, in microseconds, for a packet to receive and return by a node .

Current Policy

Displays the name of the current installed IDP policy.

IDP Memory Status  

IDP Memory Statistics

Displays the status of all IDP data plane memory.

PIC Name

Displays the name of the PIC.

Total IDP Data Plane Memory (MB)

Displays the total memory space, in megabytes, allocated for the IDP data plane.

Used (MB)

Displays the used memory space, in megabytes, for the data plane.

Available (MB)

Displays the available memory space, in megabytes, for the data plane.

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