I have dusted off an old PIX 515e and want to use it to isolate our test lab. I erased the current configuration and then setup a test configuration with one wrkstn attached.
I enabled dhcp and it is delivering address within the scope to the wrkstn.
I can also ping both directions.
I configured http to ip 10.10.1.1 255.255.255.0 inside
I configured the outside int 0 to ip 192.168.2.7 255.255.255.0
I configured the inside int 1 to ip 10.10.1.2 255.255.255.0
However, when I launch the browser I am unable to get any web page other than the error page.
Is there another configuration I am missing or did I do the above incorrectly? I also looked for the program ASDM download on Cisco site but did not get any hits. Is this program downloadable? Do I install on the PIX or the wrkstn?
I assume you are running PIX 7.x or 8.x code, as you are referring to using ASDM and not PDM. Is this correct?
ASDM should be installed on the PIX's flash and a Java applet will then be run on your workstation. Simply copy the file to the flash and configure the PIX with the 'asdm image' command (see below). You'll need to make sure you download a version of ASDM that is compatible with your version of PIX software. You can download the ASDM images from here:
Once the ASDM image has been copied and you have configured the 'asdm image' command, you should simply be able to browse to https://10.10.1.2 and you will be prompted to start the ASDM applet. Note that you'll need to connect with https: and not http: (this will return the error page you are seeing).
Try these steps and if you are still having trouble, let us know and, if possible, post a copy of your current config. Here are some helpful links:
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