Been a while since I've looked at this stuff, so hopefully I don't butcher the terminolgy too bad. Back in the old days, we defined event action filter variables and policies directly on an IPS sensor. These two items provided overlapping functionality. The variables could be used in event action filters, but were also used to provide the locality value in alerts (e.g. IN, OUT, WHATEVER). With CSM, it appears you define network objects to enable the use of variables in the event action filters....but they don't appear on a sensor unless the policy uses them? So this begs the question...how do you get the functionality of the old event filter variables when using CSM? How can we get the alerts to contain useful locality information for the source and destination addresses?
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