Setting up Firepower UTM Hardware Device - How do I do it?
Hello everyone, I recently got a UTM hardware device from my cisco provider. It is a Firepower 1010 and I am having some issues setting it up because the configuration guide is not beginner-friendly at all. I am able to log into the device through the management port, but getting the device connected to our internet is not working.
I have connected our Comcast router to Port 1 - Then Connected our TP-Link Switch to port 2.
We are not receiving any internet, I also can not add my smart license to the device.
Re: Setting up Firepower UTM Hardware Device - How do I do it?
Also - We are running on a Windows' 2012 R2 Server Environment. I know that I have to allow the inside zone to talk to all of the outside zones, but I keep getting an error saying that I cant use my server's IP address as part of the provided ranges.
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