I would like to configure the management interface to the same subnet of inside interface.
Management IP: 192.168.1.15.
(My FMC IP is 192.168.1.138)
When I try to connect to FMC by input the command: Configure manager add 192.168.1.138 Notmen123456
It return error: The management IP address is currently using the data interfaces as the gateway. This is not supported when you manage the device remotely with Firepower Management Center. You must first use the "configure network ipv4 manual" or "configure network ipv6 manual" commands to configure an explicit gateway on the management network, then come back and run "configure manager add" command again.
Any Idea? I just want to use the 192.168.1.x network to manage the FTD and FMC.
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