Forgot your password?
What is the default username and password for the PIX 501 PDM? I read somewhere the username was enable_15, but the just see the hourglass forever on the PDM with no result.
by:Rob WilliamsPosted on 2006-03-18 at 21:45:41ID: 16228291
Do the following address your error? Seems to be a java compatibility issue:
Get unlimited access to solutions & experts
Get Access Now
You may select up to five topics.
Ask My Question
Article by sdstuber
How Oracle Stores Passwords
Sean D. Stuber 2009-06-09
Up to date through Oracle version 11g
Many times a DBA may want to replicate a user from one system to another and migrate that same password,such as refreshing a production system into a test database then resetting passwords to their test values. Or, a privileged user may want to log in as another user for the purposes of testing some installation or in older versions (8i) granting privileges for that user. Some may simply be curious as to the nature of Oracle's security and want to examine whe…
Article by NurAzije
Today the Internet is everywhere, we use it in everything, it is the buzz word of our time. When it first began it was just an experiment, a network for exchanging some data between universities, no one used it for exchanging private data.
Today it is 90% social powered network, everyone have a profile on some social website, a lot of people have money accounts on the net, some others have galleries and private data. So now we have to take care about security, how to secure our data, we need a good password, most people use «trustno1» or «000000» or their birth date…
Video by Rodney Barnhardt
Video by Alex X
Answer by nodisco
Question: I have a client who had been using a PIX 501 and PDM and had been working OK. They switched to a new ISP using DSL and they wanted to configure the PIX to handle the PPP authentication so that the DSL modem wouldn't eat an IP address.
Part of the configuration for that tells the Outside interface to grab an IP from the ISP.
I did this all through CLI, as …
Answer: What version of PDM is it?
According to this you will need at least PDM 2.0
Answer by MCSA2003
Question: I just reconfigured my IP scheme for my internal network. I have rebooted everything and all is ok with the exception of one thing, my Cisco PIX 501 PDM access. I changed the inside interface address and can telnet to the device. I have went in and created a name for my workstation and gave it the correct ip address and set the pdm to that ip. I have also allowed pdm ac…
Answer: I appreciate the help but I fixed the issue. I was posting the config as you requested and when I went through it with a fine tooth comb I realized I made a mistake. I had the following:
http 192.168.200.0 255.255.255.255 inside
It should have be…
Answer by Istvan Kalmar
I'm going out to a customer site where I need to reboot a Pix 501 or 506 device. How do I backup this device? From what I've been told it should be a matter of unplugging and pluggin the device and everything should be fine. I was also told to get into the PDM and do a print screen of all pages involved.
Can someone point me in the correct dir…
better way if you using tftp, becouse you not seeing the password when you do 'sh run' or 'wr t'
Please refer this guide:
Answer by rochey2009
Question: I cant seem to determine what command is not allowing me access to the web interface
I am hoping someone can assist thanks
clock timezone cmt -7
clock summer-time cmt recurring
fixup protocol dns maximum-length 512
fixup protocol ftp 21
fixup protocol h323 h225 1720
fixup protocol h323 ras 1718-1719
Create another access-list which is the same as 101
access-list 103 permit ip 10.0.1.0 255.255.255.0 10.0.2.0 255.255.255.0
and change this line
crypto map Logonmap 1 match address …
Rob Williams has answered 7,254 questions on Experts Exchange and is an expert in Routers, SBS and VPN.
Join Experts Exchange
About Experts Exchange