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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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display ips signature-state

display ips signature-state


The display ips signature-state command displays the state of predefined signatures.


display ips signature-state




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Usage Guidelines



# Enable all predefined signatures, disable predefined signature 12345, and then commit the changes. After that, disable predefined signature 54330 without committing the change. Then, view the state of all predefined signatures.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] ips signature-state enabled
[Huawei] ips signature-state signature-id 12345 disabled
[Huawei] engine configuration commit
[Huawei] ips signature-state signature-id 54330 disabled
[Huawei] display ips signature-state
  Global    : enabled                                                
  Count     : 2                                                      
  Committed : not committed                                          
  Signature-ID    Configured-State    Default-State    Committed     
  54330           disabled            enabled          not committed
  12345           disabled            enabled          committed 
Table 26-138  Description of the display ips signature-state command output




Default state for all predefined signatures can be either of the following:

  • enabled: Predefined signatures are enabled by default.

  • disabled: Predefined signatures are disabled by default.

  • non-configured: The default state of predefined signatures is not configured.

To set the default state for all predefined signatures, run ips signature-state { enabled | disabled }. If the default state is not specified, the state will be non-configured.


Number of predefined signatures with changed state


Whether all state changes are committed:

  • committed: All state changes are committed.

  • not committed: Not all state changes are committed.


ID of a predefined signature.


New state of a predefined signature:

  • enabled: A predefined signature is enabled.

  • disabled: A predefined signature is disabled.

To change the state of a predefined signature, run ips signature-state signature-id signature-id { enabled | disabled }.


State of predefined signatures in the IPS signature database:

  • enabled: A predefined signature is enabled.

  • disabled: A predefined signature is disabled.

  • retired: A predefined signature is deprecated.

A predefined signature marked with retired is deprecated and retained only for checking the history of signatures.


Whether the state change of a predefined signature is committed:

  • committed: The state change is committed.

  • not committed: The state change is not committed.

Updated: 2019-11-21

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