Apologies in advance if this comes off like a totally boneheaded question! :-)
Our situation is that we currently have a PIX 501 firewall, and we're upgrading to an ASA 5505 because the PIX is getting a little long in the tooth and coming up on end-of-life in Cisco's product life cycle. I didn't set the PIX up to start with, and in fact, I've never done a firewall setup from scratch. But I've had no problems with Telnetting into the PIX and using the command line interface to tweak the settings, reboot the PIX, copy & paste the current settings into a text file, etc.
The problem I'm having with the ASDM in setting up the ASA is figuring out what settings from the PIX's CLI printout correspond to what screens in the Setup Wizard. Yes, I've RTFM'ed; but the manual hasn't been of much help in figuring that out, and neither has Cisco's online documentation. What I'm looking for is a step-by-step, "cookbook style" procedure for entering the correct information for the ASA via the wizard. Does any such thing exist, or is anyone here familiar enough with the wizard to offer some hints?
If the current settings from the PIX will help, I can post them. But I'd prefer to hold off on doing that (even redacting private info) until I'm sure it will actually help.
Also, the PIX is still fully functional, so I'm not in a screaming hurry to finish the ASA setup. I don't have a dead PIX and no Internet connection and a bunch of network users breating down my neck, but I'd still like to make some progress with the ASA.
I realize that's kind of a big general question, but here's some specific help I can use: out of the box, the 5505 has as its internal IP address 192.168.1.1, which means it sees itself as part of the 192.168.1.x network. Our network is 192.168.0.x, so I need to know how to change that in the ASA so I don't lock myself out of the ASDM every time I try to change the ASA's IP address. "Reset to factory default" has become a very helpful friend lately! :-)
Any assistance, advice, or links to helpful info are much appreciated. Thanks in advance!