I just purchased a 2nd hand Cisco Pix 515 from a recycle place. It has a password on it, so I've been using the password recovery document. According to the startup, its on Pix Software 8.0. After I've entered into monitor mode, I am unable to ping the laptop. The configuration was set as so.
Cat 5 cable between laptop and Interface 1.
Console cable from laptop to console port
Cisco Pix 515e
When I ran a wireshark, it looked like the pix was attempting to broadcast on 0.0.0.0 so I thought the problem was that there was no subnet mask on the pix and it was assuming a subnet of 0.0.0.0 but I couldn't find a way to specify a subnet when attempting to use the monitor mode.
But the problem is not that I didn't know the steps. I am following those steps. The problem is during the setup of the transfer, I cannot get the firewall to read the laptop. If you re-read my message you can see that I was following the steps.
Anyone else that has read my message able to help?
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