Remotely accessing admin context on transparent mode ASAs
I'm taking over admin of an active/standby pair of ASAs running 7.2(3) with two contexts running in transparent mode.
Apparently there is no admin context configured on there. I need to remotely access system execution space so will need the admin context configured with a management IP.
I'm unsure on a couple of things here, like whether I can use a router-on-a-stick type config and just assign the admin context an IP address on the Outside or whether I need to allocate the inside and outside Vlans and create a BVI?
E.g can I create the admin context from system, assign it the outside interface eth0, then use something like:
Re: Remotely accessing admin context on transparent mode ASAs
In transparent mode, you don't need configure IP address under interface. (Actually, you can not configure it). You can configure a management IP in global config mode by using "ip address" command directly.
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