I have the management address of 192.168.1.1 on my asa5510 and an address of 192.168.1.2 on the ssm-10.
Both the mangement of the asa and the ssm-10 are plugged into my switch. I can access the adsm and manage my asa but cannot access the ssm-10 from the adsm. I clicked on configure, then IPS and put in the 192.168.1.2 address for my IPS and a popup box comes up stating an error connecting to the device.
Is it 192.168.1.2 as in your original post, or 192.168.1.6?
Is this message coming from the ASA console? Or from something else.
If your ASDM machine is on the same vlan and subnet as the SSM, then the connection to the SSM should not be going to the ASA. The ASDM will connect to the ASA for the firewall configuration and control, but when going to the IPS screens it should be directly connecting to the IPS SSM's external command and contol IP and should not be getting to the ASA at all.
can you try opening a browser on your ASDM machine and connecting to your sensor with https://192.168.1.6 (or .2 whichever is your SSM address), and then click the button to start IDM.
If IDM starts up, then ASDM should work as well. If IDM won't start up, then there be something wrong in your wiring or configuration.
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