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Logging on using a browser

Does anyone know how to set up a router/switch to allow access via http.

We have a range of switches/routers

Any help appreciated

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New Member

Re: Logging on using a browser

on a router...use "ip http server" to enable.

on most of the newer fixed config switches, it's on by default i believe.

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New Member

Re: Logging on using a browser

on a router...use "ip http server" to enable.

on most of the newer fixed config switches, it's on by default i believe.

Cisco Employee

Re: Logging on using a browser

what types of switches you are talking about..

On the lower end switches, you need to have esp softwares to load to run http service...

for 4.5 n 6k

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/cat6000/cfgnotes/78_10697.htm

and for small end switches.. you have to make sure you have tar file has loaded with html files

http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/473/59.html

hope this helps

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