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I'd like to setup my 5510 from the web interface but can't figure out how to do it.  I see all the interfaces when I go in through the command prompt (via Hyperterminal on the serial interface).  There's a Management Interface (via ethernet) that already has a 192.168.1.1 address and I've tried just typing that into a browser but that doesn't work either.  Is there something that has to be configured first? I'm feeling pretty stupid here so any help would be appreciated.  Thanks.  

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I can't seem to get into the side.  I'll keep trying and will let you know.  If it ends up being all in this document I'm really going to feel stupid.
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site...not side
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It is getting started chapter on Installation Manual (Installing and Using Cisco Intrusion Prevention System Device Manager 5.1) , which you should also have on the CD. Just gives you information about howto setup WebInterface.
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I've read through it and nothing seems to make sense.  It's talking about the Catalyst and Cisco IOS but I'm not sure what's it's referring to when talking about sessions and service modules.  Are you sure this is for the ASA 5510? It just doesn't seem familar.  I've also looked on my CD and this document isn't on it.  

Let me know.  
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The CD has documentation for all products, you will need to look for ASA 5500 series under Network Security Tab.

Try the following link, see if it helps:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/multisec/asa_sw/v_7_1/conf_gd/mgaccess.htm#wp1047288

If not, post your sanitized configuration from ASA by loggin in via CLI and typing

show running-config

And we can review it
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I think I'm in way over my head here.  Sorry :-) This is straight out of the box.  I haven't done the first configuration on it yet.  I thought it would be something easy to enable the web access for setup.  I guess I'll have to go in and config via console first.  
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Yes, you will need to configure few things; assing IP Address; enable interface, enable ASDM, allow IP Addresses to connect etc. etc.

I am not exactly sure about your model, as I haven't used it, but it doesn't seem to be plug and play.
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