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Cisco ASA 5520 setup

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We have a new Cisco ASA 5520 that we are setting up on our network. Right now we only simply want to put an ip address on the inside interface so we can remote to it to configure over time. We have set an good ip address configured for an inside interface at the oposite end it is connected to a Cisco 6513 switch and is setup for the proper vlan. The port on both ends is no shut and shows a status of connected on the Cisco 6513 side with a "show int status". It is so weird but we cannot communicate through the network to the ASA. ICMP/telnet and any other protocols are allowed. Please advise. Basically we are just trying to make the ASA a simply host on the network. Thanks in advance.
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Add these to the ASA

http 10.1.1.0 255.255.255.0 Inside

Where 10.1.1.0 is your internal network
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We can get to the ASA by using the Management port and console port, we just can't get to it from anywhere else on the network. How will this command help, it seems like this is just turning on http to the inside network. We really want to be able to telnet since right now we can't even "PING" the ASA, I just don't see how this command will help.
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spudda earned 250 total points
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Have you setup your vty (telnet) ports?

If you dont set a password for Telnet then you are unable to telnet in (at least thats how it works with routers I am familiar with).

ie:

router>enable
router#configure terminal
router (config)#line vty 0 4
router (config-line)#login
router (config-line)#password cisco



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This command will allow you to access the pix via http and ASDM from inside interface(LAN)
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Thanks for the response, but the issue here is that I can't ping the ASA.
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lrmoore, any suggestions?
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