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About the IPS Profiles Page

To access this page, select Security Subscriptions > IPS > IPS Profiles.

The intrusion prevention system (IPS) profile is deployed on a device by associating the profile with a firewall policy rule, which is deployed on the device. You can associate IPS rules and exempt rules with an IPS profile.

Use the IPS Profiles page to manage IPS profiles.

Tasks You Can Perform

  • Create an IPS profile—See Create an IPS Profile.

  • Edit, clone, or delete an IPS profile—See Edit, Clone, and Delete an IPS Profile.

  • Manage the IPS rules associated with an IPS profile—Click the IPS-Profile-Name to manage the IPS rules associated with the IPS profile. See About the <IPS-Profile-Name> Page.

  • Search for IPS profiles by using keywords—Click the search icon, enter the search term in the text box, and press Enter. The search results are displayed on the same page.

  • Sort IPS profiles—Click a column name to sort the data in the grid (table) based on the column name.

    Note:

    Sorting is applicable only to some fields.

Field Descriptions

Table 1 describes the field on the IPS Profiles page.

Table 1: Fields on the IPS Profiles Page

Field

Description

Policy Name

The name of the IPS profile.

Click the IPS-Profile-Name to manage the IPS rules associated with the IPS profile. The IPS-Profile-Name page opens.

See About the <IPS-Profile-Name> Page.

Rules

Indicates the count of rules created in the IPS profile.

Click the rule count to manage the IPS rules associated with the IPS profile. The IPS-Profile-Name page opens.

See About the <IPS-Profile-Name> Page.

Predefined / Custom

Indicates whether the IPS profile was system-generated (Predefined) or created by a user (Custom).

Description

The description of the IPS profile.