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Browser not authentication capable

Posted on 2006-10-30
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I'm trying to set up PDM on our PIX 525.  I configured all of the http commands, and when I try to hit the ip of the pix it asks for my authentication.  I use no username, and the enable password.  It doesn't work, and I get booted out to a webpage that says the following "Browser not authentication capable or authentication failed".

any ideas?

Thanks!
Scott
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try creating a user to access the pix.
username <user> password <password> privilege 15
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I did this, and then also added the aaa authentication http console local command...

was that correct to do?
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yes sir..... :)
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