HTTP access to Cisco

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May 13th, 2010

Is there any way to determine who has accessed a switch using HTTP. The reason I ask is that I have setup access for some of my team members, and one of them deliberately (yup it's true) disabled all the switch ports, including the uplink ports to our catalyst . I do not have any logging setup on this switch but wondered if any history of remote web access was held anywhere. Your help in this matter would stop me killing someone and end up with them just getting sacked instead .

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Kevin Brennan Thu, 05/13/2010 - 05:47

Hi Alex,

HTTP management isn't a feature I'm used to, but might the following help...

"show ip http server all" - Gives a small history of http sessions.

That in conjunction with a "show flash" and checking the last modified date/time of the startup config might help you.

You might get lucky with "show log history"

There may well be a better way, but that's all I can think of!.



Might it be possible that the switch was restarted without a copy run start and the startup config had all the ports shutdown?


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