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Oct 9th, 2007

When I try and enable the webvpn access I get this message "webvpn cannot be enabled on an interface that has been configured for HTTPS/ASDM adccess on the same port" From what I found I think I need to change the outside interface under -->configuration --> properties --> device access --> HTTPS/ASDM and change the outside interface from 443 to something else.

Is this correct? or will this brake something?



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Danilo Dy Tue, 10/09/2007 - 08:38


If WEBVPN need to be enable in "outside" interface facing internet (which it's should be), then do your device management to "inside" interface by moving the management port HTTPS/ASDM to "inside" interface. If you want both of them in the same interface (i.e. "outside"), I recommend changing the management port for HTTPS/ASDM as it will be more difficult to inform the user that SSL VPN port is not 443

However, I would not recommend putting the management port HTTPS/ASDM to "outside" interface facing internet. I would suggest to put it in "inside" interface and/or the MGMT port.

This can be configured in Configuration + Properties + Device Access + HTTPS/ASDM



a.strobel Tue, 10/09/2007 - 10:09

Thanks Dandy,

I have checked and my management port is set to the management interface. but when I try and enable the "outside" interface for webvpn I see get the same error message about?

a.strobel Tue, 10/09/2007 - 10:11


I think I understand what I'm doing wrong. Dandy, Under -->Configuration --> Properties --> Device Acess I need to change the "outside' interface to "inside"


Danilo Dy Tue, 10/09/2007 - 18:57


Thanks for the rating. It helps people with the same problem.




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