I am trying to upgrade my switches to the latest and greatest IOS. Some of my switches have a web interface, some do not. I know you can do much more with CLI, but installing web access and CLI are not MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE, right!? :)
1. How do I use the DIR (or another) command to view the file structure on a switch with the web interface installed?
2. I tried to copy the directory to flash, it didn't work. Why?
3. One of the reasons I want to upgrade to the web is to give the helpdesk the ability to change the description of the port when users or devices change. Can I restrict web access to specific features?
Which device are you attempting to install the web based device manager? I will assume the 3560/3750 is what you are asking for. You will need to download the correct image (should be the .tar file) to copy via TFTP and extract it to flash.
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