Each ID handle different type of traffic that can exploit this vulnerability and thus will be hit when that traffic tries to exploit it.
36729 (for HTTP request header), 36730 (for DHCP), 36731 (HTTP request parameters), 36732 (SMTP), 36736 (FTP), 36737(SIP)
Hope it helps !
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