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Trying to access cisco PIX by HTTP

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I have an office that had a pre existing cisco pix firewall. The tech that I replace set up only one PC in the office to access it. By Mac Address (I think).
I can get into the PIX by using a rollover cable, but I would like to access the firewall by HTTP. Where do I need to go to enable a new computer to access it from inside the LAN using HTTP.
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You need to add the following command:

PIX(config)#http <ip address> <subnet mask> inside

Then you have to use https://<ip address of PIX>
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