what is the model of the AP? Is it a Ap1142 or an LAP1142?
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Hey thanks for fast respond
they are cisco AIR-AP1141N-E-K9
They are still autonomous access point
can you post the entire config, im curiuos...
I'd like to see a screen shot if possible just to see:)
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Guys, here's the screen shoot:
Cisco Aironet 1140 Series Access Point, Hostname, Home Summary Status and only contain 3 link: Network Identity, Network Interface and Event Log. No more than that.
I cant find config menu like create SSID, create security type, etc that I want.
Here's my running-config and screen shot. (attached)
Doesn't seem like you are getting the correct privilege level.
Are you using this user username
Like George mentioned, compnet is the one you need to use, not gajahtunggal unless you add privilege 15 to that username.
Yes. Only the compnet username is able successfuly log in to the web.
But still, even I use compnet username, I only get that kind of Web display that I showed. Not like the GUI I used to see when I configure out-of-box access point.
Doesnt make much sense ... Have you tried a different browser ?
I wouldnt think so ... But your config looks good .. I would try another browser for giggles.
Okay, I will try it with another browser. May be it's just because of browser. I hope so. Thank you George. I will write down what was the problem latter after we able to resolve it, particulary if it just because of browser.
Hi George, today we solved the problem. With adding this command: "config(terminal)#ip http authentication local" all of 5 access points now able to managed via web browser.
Sometimes, we can use access point's web browser without adding this command. But in my cases, only using command of"ip http server" isn't enough. You must add "ip http authentication local" command to your configuration. I dont know why.
And we must have at least one: username <username> privil 15 pass <password> that is full privileged user to use as username and password logon in your access point browser. Otherwise we can't logon to our access point.
Thank you George, I appreciate your kindness. Regards