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Unable to access Web Based Administration

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I'd reset a PIX 515E to the factory default setting. I just did the basic configuration and set the IP address on the internal interface only. I've also enable the http server and added the IP address of the pc for http administration. I'm able to ping to the internal interface from the LAN. However, I'm unable to either telnet to the router or access it from the web browser. Can anyone please help.

I'm using Windows Vista Ent with SP1

Version of IOS is

Cisco PIX Firewall Version 6.3(3)
Cisco PIX Device Manager Version 3.0(1)

Thanks,
Mazhar
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assuming you have

http server enable

and

http {your IP address } 255.255.255.255 inside

in the config - then as long as you have Java (with that old version of the PDM I'd use an OLD version of Java
try this one http://www.petenetlive.com/Downloads/software/j2re.exe and make sure your browser IS NOT going through a proxy server.
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after a factory reset the user-name will be blank and the password will either be blank or cisco
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That's all right, but there should be no need for a factory reset.
Please let us know if you got it working.
Cheers!
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Thanq
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