The SSM-10 modules are a stand alone IPS device and have their own GUI called IDSM. Give the module a physical network connection (the jack on the card is for management), fire up your web browser and point it at the management IP address you configured on the SSM when you ran "setup".
Thanks that had done, but now I have a question about how should be the ips address of ASA and the AIP-SSM10.
I have configured the IP of AIP-SSM10 whit an IP in same network that inside conect those two ports to a switch, in that switch I connected my PC in the inside network and can management the AIP-SSM10 from ASDM, this config is correct???? or what should be the ip address schemme
It sounds like you have the AIP-SSM connected and addressed properly. I would make your command and control network at least a /29 so that you have enough IP addresses for your AIP-SSM, the ASA and your PC.
If you have everything set up properly, you should be able to ping and https: to your AIP-SSM
Login to the FXOS chassis manager.
Direct your browser to https://hostname/, and log-in using the user-name and password.
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In Syslog I also se...