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bypass the http authentication on router

Hi

 

how could i bypass the http  authentication on router , i tried the below command but in vain

 

no ip http authentication local

 

thanks

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Hellono ip http secure

Hello

no ip http secure-server
ip http server


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Paul
 

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Hi Paul,Have you tested this?

Hi Paul,

Have you tested this? I would be interested to know what the results were. I thought difference between those two commands is one is over 80, the other is over ssl. So then it may not change the behavior of requiring to authenticate? In my experience (very limited) I have never been able to do this without auth.

 

Bilal - CCIE #45032

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Hello BilalNot sure I

Hello Bilal

Not sure I understand your question ? - The OP has asked can you connect to the http server without authentication.

I understand by that they are asking how to connect to the http server via port 80 (router that is) - so disabling authentication and  http-secure-server(if enable) and defaulting to port 80 with let you connect .

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By the way congratulations on your CCIE accreditation very well done - I believe your  in your only early 20's as well - So a future quadruple CCIE maybe?

Exceptional achievement Bilal !

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Paul

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Ok haha, so were looking at

Ok haha, so were looking at this question from different angles...

Im thinking about when you HTTP or HTTPS it asks for either username / password or just enable password to log in.

Youre talking about the transport being unsecure... I guess more clarification required on the question :)

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Thank you Paul - yes (22), really appreciate it, had lots of support and looking up to role models on this forum (you being one of them) helped for sure. So a massive thanks to you and everyone else.

Bilal - CCIE #45032

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HelloBilal You've done all

Hello

Bilal You've done all the work -  its all down to you..

 

As for myself - well excuses after excuse am afraid - by the time I thought I was ready- v4 expired and u like you I didnt go for it

But after reading you blog from INE maybe I should!

Once again very well done.

 

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Paul

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