The initial setup for Cisco IPS4360.
Run the command
setup to get started.
sensor# setup --- Basic Setup --- --- System Configuration Dialog --- At any point you may enter a question mark '?' for help. User ctrl-c to abort configuration dialog at any prompt. Default settings are in square brackets ''. Current time: Sat Jan 19 05:28:19 2013 Setup Configuration last modified: Sat Jan 19 04:30:07 2013 Enter host name[sensor]: IPS-1 Enter IP interface[192.168.1.2/24,192.168.1.1]: 192.168.0.101/24,192.168.0.1 Modify current access list?[no]: yes Current access list entries: No entries Permit: 192.168.0.0/24 Permit: Use DNS server for Global Correlation?[no]: Use HTTP proxy server for Global Correlation?[no]: Modify system clock settings?[no]: yes Modify summer time settings?[no]: Modify system timezone?[no]: yes Timezone[UTC]: SGT UTC Offset: 8 Use NTP?[no]: *05:29:08 UTC Sat Jan 19 2013 Modify system date and time?[no]: yes Local Date as YYYY-MM-DD[2013-01-19]: 2013-01-19 Local Time as HH:MM:SS: 21:30:00 Participation in the SensorBase Network allows Cisco to collect aggregated statistics about traffic sent to your IPS. SensorBase Network Participation level?[off]: The following configuration was entered. service host network-settings host-ip 192.168.0.101/24,192.168.0.1 host-name IPS-1 telnet-option disabled access-list 192.168.0.0/24 ftp-timeout 300 no login-banner-text dns-primary-server disabled dns-secondary-server disabled dns-tertiary-server disabled http-proxy no-proxy exit time-zone-settings offset 8 standard-time-zone-name SGT exit summertime-option disabled ntp-option disabled exit service global-correlation network-participation off exit  Go to the command prompt without saving this config.  Return to setup without saving this config.  Save this configuration and exit setup.  Continue to Advanced setup. Enter your selection: 2 Warning: DNS or HTTP proxy is required for global correlation inspection and rep utation filtering, but no DNS or proxy servers are defined. Warning: Reboot is required before the configuration change will take effect --- Configuration Saved --- Complete the advanced setup using CLI or IDM. To use IDM,point your web browser at https://<sensor-ip-address>. Warning: The node must be rebooted for the changes to go into effect. Continue with reboot? [yes]: