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Problem connecting with PDM

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Nov 23rd, 2001
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Hi,


I am facing a problem connecting to PIX 535 AND PIX 525 Using HTTPS.I am using IOS version 6.0(1) and PDM version 1.0(1)and the IOS also supports DES and 3DES..It has all the prerequsite for PDM access.I have enabled http and given permission to my PC for the access.The broser I am using is Internet explorer 5.0 and all the settings required to access the PDM is set.


Still I am not able to connect to the PIX through PDM


Regards /Thangavel

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reganv Fri, 11/23/2001 - 05:35
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Have you generated the required RSA key for the PIX to use and support SSL connections for PDM from your browser ?


If not, Do the following,

To generate a RSA key to allow you to connect to the to the PIX. (You must have a domain name configured, because the RSA generation process, uses the hostname and domain during the key creation)


ca generate rsa key 2048

ca save all

This will take a while..... and impact PIX performance.


Hope that helps.


Regards,

Regan





thangu Sun, 11/25/2001 - 08:17
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Hi,


Yes this has solved my problem,Thanks a lot for your quick answer..


Is it possible for me remove this settings now ?

What is the use of the command "ca zeroize rsa" ?

reganv Tue, 11/27/2001 - 09:15
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The ca Zerioze Rsa command just removes, the

RSA keys from the PIX Configuration.


Regards,

Regan

rrbleeker Fri, 11/23/2001 - 09:32
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Does your browser support 128-bit encryption? Your " help about" on your browser should tell you the cypher strength.

thangu Sat, 11/24/2001 - 07:05
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Hi,


Ya, I am using IE 5.5 which supports 128bit encryption.


Thangavel

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