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Cisco ASA 5515 default login

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I have an ASA 5515 and I was able to get into it with ADSM and I was able to reset the config to factory defaults so I can repurpose the device.

When going back in after the reset, the usual cisco/cisco username and password are not working.

I added the device cert to my java cert list, added the site to trusted site, etc but it keeps prompting me for the username and password when i enter the default of cisco/cisco.

Thoughts?  By the way, CLI is not an option for me.

:)  I'm just throwing that out there.

Thanks

Cliff
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by:James H
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Did you get to the ASDM web page? If so, then just click on the Run startup wizard and setup with no username or password.
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by:crp0499
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i get the page that allows me to download asdm or use web start
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by:James H
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OK. If you did what you described then it reset the config, not the user accounts. Can you try your user account to see if you can get in?
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by:crp0499
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No user account works, AND, now, after a reboot, the mgt port is showing no connectivity and no activity.  no lights on ASA or switch.  Before reboot, I could get to the https://192.168.1.1 page.  Now, nadda.

I fear I may have hosed it in the middle of the reset, but I did wait 15 mins before power cycle.
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It is possible the management port is shutdown but at this point, you will need to get CLI access. I know you stated you don't have it but it is in your best interest to get CLI access for this device.
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by:crp0499
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used cli, reset to factory defaults, done.
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