Can someone who is accessing a pix through a browser provide me with some assistance. I am running Cisco PIX Firewall Version 6.1(1) with
Cisco PIX Device Manager Version 1.1(2). When I launched the brower wth the IP of the inside interface I got "The page cannot be displayed". I ran a sniffer trace and the packets are getting to the inside interface but I don't see the a response from the PIX. I did not see any message being logged that there are errors.
Like someone said above. You need to use https not http AND you need to have the DES or 3DES encryption enabled. Go to www.cisco.com click on software (you must log in to CCO) then you will have a link to software download.
You will need a TFTP program. You will need to turn your PIX off and go into the ROM MONITOR MODE with the esc key. YOu need to type (in this order)
"Interface 1" -this will initialize the PIX NIC card for the inside interface
"IP address 192.168.1.1" -This will bind an ip address to it
"gateway 192.168.1.x" -where x is your laptop or pc
"server 192.168.1.x" -where x is your laptop or pc with the TFTP program
"PING 192.168.1.x" -to test connectivity to the TFTP server PC
"FILE PIX611.BIN" -where PIX611.BIN is the current OS of the PIX (you must download it and have it handy.
Make sure you connect the PIX to the PC with a small switch or cross over cable to INSIDE interface 1.
Once the TFTP process happens (it will take about 1 minute or so) it will reboot and ask you to "add a new license key" you must say "YES" and put the new key in Cisco will send you from the 56bit link above (IT'S FREE for 56bit) It will only take like 5 minutes or so also.
This will enable 56bit encryption on your PIX - you can verify by typing
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