About the Policy Page
You are here: Security Services > IPS > Policy.
Use this page to configure IPS policies.
Tasks You Can Perform
You can perform the following tasks from this page:
Download, install, load and unload a template. See IDP Policy Template.
Check status of the IDP policy. See Check Status of the IDP Policy.
Set an IPS policy as default policy. To do this, select an existing IPS policy and click Set Default.
Create an IDP policy. See Add an IDP Policy.
Edit an IDP policy. See Edit an IDP Policy.
Delete an IDP policy. See Delete IDP Policy.
Clone an IDP policy. See Clone an IDP Policy.
Table 1 describes the fields on the IDP policy page.
Table 1: Fields on the IDP Policy Page
Note: IDP policies that are created by root users in root-logical-system are not displayed in security profile advanced settings if you have logged in as a logical system user.
Displays the IDP policy name.
Displays the IDP policy type.
IPS Rule Number
Displays the number of rule-based IP profiles that are configured.
Exempt Rule Number
Displays the number of rule-based exempt profiles that are configured.
Displays the IPS rulebase to detect attacks based on stateful signature and protocol anomalies.
Displays the exempt rulebase to skip detection of a set of attacks in certain traffic.