I have recently inherited a few networking responsibilities in an SMB network. Nothing overly complicated. Here's my issue, there is an ASA 5505 used for VPN and in the near future a DMZ. I can connect via the console but I'd rather use ASDM. The problem is that I can't get it to connect. VLAN 1 (Inside) has an address of 192.168.200.254. This is in ethernet 0/0. I have a laptop plugged into ethernet 0/4 and the laptop has an address on the same x.x.200 VLAN. I can ping the VLAN1 address, but I can't use http://192.168.200.254/admin to get to ASDM.
Any thoughts on how I can do this? What I should check? Can the internal webserver that hosts the ASDM be turned off?
Thanks for any help. If you need any more information just let me know. This is my first real network wrangle so bear with me on this.
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