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Problems to reach ASA5510 via IE on Windows Vista

Dear all,


since some days we have a ASA5510, we connected it on a Windows Vista Laptop via ethernet cable (using at the back of the router the mgtm slot) and connect it on the network slot on the laptop.

Laptop is getting IP addresses automatically.

Now we tried to reach the router in the Internet Explorer using: http://192.168.1.1, but we could not reach this site.


When I try to ping the router via cmd and typing ping 192.168.1.1 I get answers.

For us it is very important to change the IP address of the router, as he will be used in a network with 10.xxx.xxx.xx addresses.

I have no idea, what I did wrong here

Would be nice, if someone has an idea.

Just to let you know, I'm not that Network specialist, all I know comes from learning by doing. So sorry in advance for any stupid question I may have.

Thanks for your patience.

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Problems to reach ASA5510 via IE on Windows Vista

The management interface uses 192.168.1.1 by default. That is different than the IP addesses for the production interfaces (inside, outside, DMZ etc.) In any case you can change this once you log in.

You should be able to use https://192.168.1.1/admin to get in and launch the GUI (ASDM). Note https - not http.

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Problems to reach ASA5510 via IE on Windows Vista

The management interface uses 192.168.1.1 by default. That is different than the IP addesses for the production interfaces (inside, outside, DMZ etc.) In any case you can change this once you log in.

You should be able to use https://192.168.1.1/admin to get in and launch the GUI (ASDM). Note https - not http.

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Re: Problems to reach ASA5510 via IE on Windows Vista

Great, this worked!

I have now changed the IP address into one of the address ranges I need and waiting now that the step of communicating the new configuration to the rotuer will be finished.

Let's cross the fingers, that it will work successfully.

Edit 1 11:07 - Is it normal that it take that long to send the new IP address configuration to the Router?      

Edit 2 14:54 - It is now accessable on the new IP range. Now having another issue for which I will create a new discussion.      

Message was edited by: Simone Schultz

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