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Help, have Cisco 2950 switch, need to see how its configured?

Can the 2950 be accessed by a Web Based GUI app? I have a 2950 on our network and I need to get into it and see how it is configured. Or, is the only way to access it is by CLI?

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The only way you would want

The only way you would want to see how it is configured would be through CLI.

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Ok, thanks.

Ok, thanks.

If you would like help

If you would like help understanding the config you could post it on here and I'm sure someone would be happy to help.

There is a web GUI on these

There is a web GUI on these switches, but it isn't always installed or enabled. If you're not getting a response via HTTP or HTTPS, it's a fair bet that it isn't turned on. You can enable access to it by adding "ip http server" to the switch configuration from the CLI, but if the web-based device manager isn't installed, you're only going to get a rudimentary interface to work with.

If you really need web-based access on this switch, upgrade to the latest software that includes the web-based device manager. Select your switch from the following link and proceed from there:

https://software.cisco.com/download/navigator.html?mdfid=272995357&flowid=2394

Alternately, you can download the Cisco Network Assistant from the same section of the site and have a desktop-based GUI to do your configuration with.

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