i've just installed the NFR USB version of ISE on an ESXi server.
The ISE boot just fine, but the default username/password (admin/cisco) dosn't work.
I'm trying to login to the Red Hat to set correct ip address etc.
The partno is:
Anyone who have tried to install this and been able to login?
Thanks in advance
The mentioned username/password combination is for the web interface only. The username/password for the CLI (RedHat as you call it) is provided during install. There is no default here.
Thats correct for the ISO install.
But this is the NFR (Not-For-Resell) version on a USB Stick.
It's a complete VMware image, that is booting up the CLI (which is a RedHat :o) asking for a predefine username and password.
It's not asking for a new username/password combination, since the installation step has been provided by Cisco.
But no one seems to know this username/password.
Sorry for my misunderstanding. I was not aware of the fact that the NFR installation differs from the ISO install.
I don't think I can be of any help.
Maybe, based on the installation process of other cisco software, it could be:
Otherwise, is it possible to boot from the ISO to perform a password recovery procedure (Option 3 or 4)?
Great info, thanks.
What ESXi version/procedure was used to install it? I keep getting error message "unsupported disk type, code 7" when I start the NFR VM in both 4.1 and 5.0
Thanks // Jan
I use ESXi 5.0.
To install the ISE NFR, I used "VMware vCenter Converter Standalone":
Thanks. Tried that, but it fails saying "missig catalog file" using VMware converter 4.
NFR files unpack without errors and creates these files:
Any files missing (corrupt tar file?) or am I forgetting something else?
Those are the same files I have. I just followed Torben's instructions using VMware converter 5 and it worked. thanks!
Yes, I have the same ISE_1.0MR2 and the admin/default1A combination worked.
I'm working on running ISE NFR appliance under VMware Player 4.0.4 build-744019. Mike Wenstrom
The ISE 1.2 NFR on USB stick does indeed use admin/ISEc0ld as the default CLI credentials. Confirmed in my own lab mere minutes ago!