i would like to put my mouse a "Logitech MX610" on its own place: "/dev/input/MX610"
i used the following udev rule
KERNEL=="event[0-9]*", SYSFS{idProduct}=="c518",NAME="input/MX610"
for some reason this rule doesnt work,
after i do "/etc/init.d/udev restart" and replug the mouse,
i do get "/dev/input/MX610"
but when i do "cat /dev/input/MX610"
there is no action at all in the console when i move the mouse.

when i use this rule
KERNEL=="event3", SYSFS{idProduct}=="c518",NAME="input/MX610"

and then "/etc/init.d/udev restart" and replug the mouse
"/dev/input/MX610" gets also build
and with "cat /dev/input/MX610"
i do get output in the console when i move the mouse

could some-one tell me whats going wrong
or why the first rule doesnt work?
as far as i know it, that rule should work

processor: AMD phenom 9500
OS: debian lenny/sid