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pdm location vs. http commands

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Jun 12th, 2003
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It seems that both "pdm location" and "http" commands specify IP addresses from which you can run PDM to manage the PIX. What is the difference between these 2 commands?

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mhoda Thu, 06/12/2003 - 13:26
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Hi,


Those two are NOT the same, even though it seems that way. pdm location command really shows the logs of the ip addresses from where PDM was accessed at least once. "http ip_mgt " really allows the ips of the mgt station that are allowed to access the PDM. So, with http command you can allow the host/network to access PDM, and the pdm location basically shows the log information.


Thanks,


Mynul

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