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asa5505 help 6 years 10 months ago #32580

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Is there a way to address the "inside" address of an ASA5505 to something other than the default scheme 192.168.1.1 ip address. I bought this device to route all my internet traffic through and open up an DMZ channel and connect 1 client with VPN. I planned on trunking all ports except one for DMZ to my managed switch. The rest of my network is 192.x.254.x. I tried to address as such and I can no longer communicate with my ASA through ASDM. I really don't want to change all static addressed devices on my network. I would think that you should be able to address it any way you want as long as you know what address it is to use ASDM.
I am new to Cisco products (except managed Linksys Small Business series routers and switches). I have read for days and am getting very frustrated.

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Re: asa5505 help 6 years 10 months ago #32584

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The ASDM's http server has a range of allowed networks. You need to change/add the range using the command line (CLI). Try this:

[code:1]ciscoasa(config)# http 192.x.254.x 255.255.255.0 inside[/code:1]

Replace 192.x.254.x 255.255.255.0 with what ever you have in your inside. This command tells the ASA to accept http connections from the network range you specify.

If this doesn't work, you could post your config here and we'll try to help you further. You can mask out any private data in the config.
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Thanks 6 years 10 months ago #32585

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I will try your suggestion this weekend. I tried to use the ASDM and should have used the CLI interface. Is it a show config command at the prompt.

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Re: asa5505 help 6 years 10 months ago #32587

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The command above should allow you to use ASDM. Using ASDM is usually simpler and quicker. However, with CLI you can do every thing. besides, CLI always works if ASDM fails for some unexpected reason.
Is it a show config command at the prompt.

It's show run to see your config.
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