I'm trying to set up a new 5505 for the first time. I am not a network admin, so I'm using the graphical tool that comes with it, ASDM. One of the things I am trying to do is change the subnet used by the "internal" network to 10.0.0.x. In the startup wizard, I change:
- the internal interface's ip address to 10.0.0.1
- the dhcp server to serve ip addresses in 10.0.0.10-40
- allow incoming https/ASDM connections on internal's 10.0.0.x subnet
Then when I click "go" at the end of the wizard, a modal dialog pops up that says "sending command(s) to router" or somesuch. That dialog never goes away. Further, it seems like the configuration never gets applied. I can't renew the DHCP lease on the machine connected to the router.
To be clear, the machine is connected over ethernet on the interface that I'm trying to change, but it seems like ASDM could/should be smart enough to handle that. Does it not?
Edit: In response to @Alex questions below. When I start out, my machine has IP 192.168.1.5, and the inside interface of the ASA has 192.168.1.1. When I work through the wizard, I am setting the inside interface of the ASA to 10.0.0.1, and setting up a DHCP address pool of 10.0.0.10-40. However I don't ever seem to be able to get an IP address from DHCP for my machine in the 10.x subnet.