I am currently trying to set up a remote ASA. I gave it an IP address, set an ssh password (default PIX username) and verified connectivity. Then I left the site.
Now at the new site, I upgraded to 9.x and can't SSH to it anymore. That's when I read the guide and found out that the default PIX username is no longer supported. Do you know if there is any fix to this?
I don't have access to it. I can no longer SSH to it. I am assuming that this is because the "pix" usrname no longer exists in the config. I was just hoping that it would have been converted to something to save me from travelling out there again. If I have to go there to console in, I'm assumeing that I will just have to enable aaa.
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