What is the default username and password for Cisco ASA?

This is written under the assumption that the ASA has been factory reset. Connect your console cable to the ASA and connect to it via Putty. Once the ASA has finished loading, go into enable mode. The default password is cisco with no username.

How do I change my ASA username and password?

Add or edit Cisco and ASA credentials

  1. Click Settings > All Settings > IPAM Settings > Credentials for Scope scans.
  2. Either:
  3. Enter a name for this credential, the user name, and password.
  4. Select the Enable Level.
  5. Enter the Enable Password for this level.
  6. Select the Protocol: Telnet or SSH.
  7. Enter the Port.
  8. Click Save.

What is the default password for Cisco ASA 5506?

3. Enter the username Cisco and the password Cisco. The access point GUI appears.

How do I change my cisco ASA 5505 username and password?

To set the enable password on your Cisco ASA 5505:

  1. Get into the command line. I prefer using the console cable to directly connect.
  2. Hit enter a few times to get the prompt.
  3. Type ‘ena’ to enter enable mode.
  4. Type ‘config t’ .
  5. Type ‘enable password PaSsWoRd’ , replacing the second, ‘PaSsWoRd’ with desired password.

How do I change my ASA 5505 password?

Set ASDM password for ASA 5505

  1. Get into the command line. I prefer using the console cable to directly connect.
  2. Hit enter a few times to get the prompt.
  3. Type ‘ena’ to enter enable mode.
  4. Type ‘config t’ .
  5. Type ‘enable password PaSsWoRd’ , replacing the second, ‘PaSsWoRd’ with desired password.

How do I reset my Cisco ASA 5505 password?

Reset Password in Cisco ASA Firewall

  1. Step 1: Login to Cisco ASA device with console cable and reboot the device.
  2. Step 2: Press ‘ESC’ key or ‘BREAK’ key on the keyboard to break the boot process.
  3. Step 3: Now, here is the trick.
  4. Step 4: Reboot the device.
  5. Step 5: When the ASA is booted, it will not ask for password.

How do I reset my ASA to default settings?

Solution

  1. Connect to the ASA via the console Cable.
  2. log in and go to configure terminal mode.
  3. Execute the following command “config factory-default”
  4. Press the space bar a few times to execute the commands.

How do I reset my ASA 5505?

  1. After you open connection, press enter a couple of times, and you should get a prompt like: ‘ciscoasa>’
  2. type ‘enable’ to go to enable mode.
  3. type ‘config t’
  4. type ‘config factory-default’
  5. hit spacebar when the ‘more’ is displayed.
  6. type ‘reload save-config noconfirm’

What is the default enable password for ASA?

The default enable password of an unconfigured ASA or an ASA configured with factory defaults is empty, so you had just to hit enter. Since that did not work for you, the ASA is already configured with some other password and you had to try do password recovery:

What kind of interface does the ASA 5505 have?

The ASA 5505 supports a built-in switch. There are two kinds of ports and interfaces that you need to configure: †Physical switch ports—The ASA has 8 Fast Ethernet switch ports that forward traffic at Layer 2, using the switching function in hardware. Two of these ports are PoE ports.

What is the IP address of Cisco ASA firewall?

The Cisco ASA has been reset to factory settings. DHCP is enabled on the cisco device, and it’s internal IP address is now 192.168.1.1! If you had an enable password set, you may need to enter that in the password box when you try to connect using the ASDM. Otherwise the default username and password is to leave both blank.

How does the ASA work with the DHCP server?

The ASA ships with a default configuration that includes two preconfigured networks (the Inside network and the Outside network) and an Inside interface configured for a DHCP server. Clients on the Inside network obtain a dynamic IP address from the ASA so that they can communicate with each other as well as with devices on the Internet.