Cisco ASA 1000V ASDM Configuration Guide, 6.7
Using the Startup Wizard
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Using the Startup Wizard

Table Of Contents

Using the Startup Wizard

Information About the Startup Wizard

Startup Wizard Screens

Starting Point or Welcome

Basic Configuration

Interface Screens

Interface IP Address Configuration

Outside Interface Configuration

Other Interfaces Configuration

Static Routes

DHCP Server

Address Translation (NAT/PAT)

Administrative Access

Auto Update Server

Startup Wizard Summary


Using the Startup Wizard


The ASDM Startup Wizard guides you through the initial configuration of the ASA 1000V and helps you define basic settings.

This chapter includes the following sections:

Information About the Startup Wizard

Startup Wizard Screens

Information About the Startup Wizard

To access this feature in the main ASDM application window, choose one of the following:

Wizards > Startup Wizard.

Configuration > Device Setup > Startup Wizard, and then click Launch Startup Wizard.

Startup Wizard Screens

The actual sequence of screens is determined by your specified configuration selections. Each screen is available for all modes or models unless otherwise noted. This section includes the following topics:

Starting Point or Welcome

Basic Configuration

Interface Screens

Static Routes

DHCP Server

Address Translation (NAT/PAT)

Administrative Access

Auto Update Server

Startup Wizard Summary

Starting Point or Welcome

To change the existing configuration, click the Modify existing configuration radio button.

To set the configuration to the factory default values, click the Reset configuration to factory defaults radio button.

To configure the IP address and subnet mask of the Management 0/0 or VLAN 1 interface to be different from the default value (192.168.1.1), check the Configure the IP address of the management interface check box.


Note If you reset the configuration to factory defaults, you cannot undo these changes by clicking Cancel or by closing this screen.


Basic Configuration

For information about the hostname, domain name, and enable password, see the "Configuring the Hostname, Domain Name, and Passwords" section.

Interface Screens

The interface screens depend on the mode and model. This section includes the following topics:

Interface IP Address Configuration

Outside Interface Configuration

Other Interfaces Configuration

Interface IP Address Configuration

Configure the IP address of each interface. See the "Configuring Interfaces" section for more information.

Outside Interface Configuration

Configure the IP address of the outside interface. See the "Configuring Interfaces" section for more information..

Other Interfaces Configuration

You can configure parameters for other interfaces. See the "Configuring Interfaces" section for more information.

Static Routes

Configure static routes. See Chapter 11 "Configuring Static and Default Routes," for more information.

DHCP Server

Configure the DHCP server. See the "Configuring a DHCP Server" section for more information.

Address Translation (NAT/PAT)

Configures NAT or PAT for inside addresses (the interface with the highest security level) when accessing the outside (the interface with the lowest security level). See the "Configuring Dynamic NAT or Dynamic PAT Using a PAT Pool" section or the "Configuring Dynamic PAT (Hide)" section for more information.

Administrative Access

Configures ASDM, Telnet, or SSH access. See the "Configuring Management Access" section for more information.

To enable a secure connection to an HTTP server to access ASDM, check the Enable HTTP server for HTTPS/ASDM access check box. See the "Configuring Management Access" section for more information.

To allow ASDM to collect and display statistics, check the Enable ASDM history metrics check box. See the "Enabling History Metrics" section for more information.

Auto Update Server

Configure an auto update server by checking the Enable Auto Update Server for ASA check box. See the "Configuring Auto Update" section for more information.

Startup Wizard Summary

This screen summarizes all of the configuration settings that you have made for the ASA 1000V.

To change any of the settings in previous screens, click Back.

Choose one of the following:

If you ran the Startup Wizard directly from a browser, when you click Finish, the configuration settings that you created through the wizard are sent to the ASA 1000V and saved in flash memory automatically.

If you ran the Startup Wizard from within ASDM, you must explicitly save the configuration in flash memory by choosing File > Save Running Configuration to Flash.