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IDM access problem

I have problem with access via https to IPS 4215 5.0(1)

when connecting Iam prompted for username and password when i login - java applet starting to load but than IE window is suddently closed.. I tried install, unistall JRE 1.4.2 and 1.5 with same result, I also tried Firefox nad Netscape with same result...

I tried different computer with same result..

My PC is in Access-list for access

I tried to re-generate TLS cert with command tls generate-key but access is still not working..

SSH access works great... It looks its something wrong with web server..

Any idea how to fix this..

Thx

M.

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Re: IDM access problem

I also had a problem trying to do this but the following worked for me:

If you would like to do this you will need the following:

? Windows 2000 or XP (SP 2)

? 2 Gig of memory

? Java 1.5 (http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/java2)

? Firefox? browser installed, do not try to use IE it doesn?t work.

You may also find that not many other Cisco java based apps work very well wither, so beware.

1. Uninstall java

2. Make sure, that you have all 'plugins-object' related uninstalled/deleted:

3. Explorer > Internet Options > General > Settings... >

View Objects...

4. Reinstall java 1.5 (from above link)

and then set the following as below in Java (-Xmx256M)

Now try to connect to the IDS via https:// etc

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New Member

Re: IDM access problem

I also had a problem trying to do this but the following worked for me:

If you would like to do this you will need the following:

? Windows 2000 or XP (SP 2)

? 2 Gig of memory

? Java 1.5 (http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/java2)

? Firefox? browser installed, do not try to use IE it doesn?t work.

You may also find that not many other Cisco java based apps work very well wither, so beware.

1. Uninstall java

2. Make sure, that you have all 'plugins-object' related uninstalled/deleted:

3. Explorer > Internet Options > General > Settings... >

View Objects...

4. Reinstall java 1.5 (from above link)

and then set the following as below in Java (-Xmx256M)

Now try to connect to the IDS via https:// etc

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