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have cisco 2821, performed a factory reset, enabled port 0/0 and set ip address etc. Enabled http, hhtps, unable to connect using cisco sdm. stops at splash screen. Does anyone have any ideas?

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have cisco 2821, performed a factory reset, enabled port 0/0 and set ip address etc. Enabled http, hhtps, unable to connect using cisco sdm. stops at splash screen. Does anyone have any ideas?  
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Could be the version of Java you have.  trying changing your java version or download the SDM fat client and try again.
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I have downloaded the newest version of java and ciscos sdm, reinstalled sdm on router and computer, still stops at sdm splash screen. Do you think I should try an older version of Java?
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i would, I still run java ver 5 update 11 for use with older Pix device manager.
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Do you think I should try the Cisco Configuration Professional client?  Will this function with the sdm on the router?
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It does look very similar you should get the same functionality.
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