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Can't access ccp express through browser

Hello,

I just got done install 3 new routers, 2911, and two 1941's. Two of the three routers I can access ccpexpress through my browser. There is one of the 1941's that I can't, no login, nothing but "Page can't be displayed". I can telnet into all three routers no problem. If I compare the configuration of the two 1941's they match. I believe this is the configuration for the http:

ip forward-protocol nd
ip http server
ip http access-class 23
ip http authentication local
ip http secure-server
ip http timeout-policy idle 60 life 86400 requests 10000

Both of the 1941's have this configuration but only one I can access ccpexpress through browser.

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks,

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New Member

Here is a basic template for

Here is a basic template for configuring cisco routers so I can access with CCP, CCPExpress, SDM, etc..

CCP Basic Configuration Settings:

Assign IP address to Vlan or FA0/0 if you want to connect through CCP or CCPExpress

ip http authentication local

ip http timeout-policy idle 60 life 86400 requests 10000

ip http secure-server

ip http server

line con 0
   login local

line vty 0 4
  privilege level 15
  login local
  transport input telnet
  transport input telnet ssh
  exit

line vty 5 15
  privilege level 15
  login local
  transport input telnet
  transport input telnet ssh
  end

username (username)  privilege 15 secret 0 (password) (replace) 

If after making sure that all 3 routers have this basic configuration. If you are still unable to connect please post the running-config file of the effected device. Good luck Mark

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New Member

Here is a basic template for

Here is a basic template for configuring cisco routers so I can access with CCP, CCPExpress, SDM, etc..

CCP Basic Configuration Settings:

Assign IP address to Vlan or FA0/0 if you want to connect through CCP or CCPExpress

ip http authentication local

ip http timeout-policy idle 60 life 86400 requests 10000

ip http secure-server

ip http server

line con 0
   login local

line vty 0 4
  privilege level 15
  login local
  transport input telnet
  transport input telnet ssh
  exit

line vty 5 15
  privilege level 15
  login local
  transport input telnet
  transport input telnet ssh
  end

username (username)  privilege 15 secret 0 (password) (replace) 

If after making sure that all 3 routers have this basic configuration. If you are still unable to connect please post the running-config file of the effected device. Good luck Mark

New Member

Hello,

Hello,

I'm just not seeing the problem. Very strange. I've uploaded both running configs for the 1941 routers. FT good router.txt is the router I can access via the web and CS problem router.txt is the running config of the one I cannot access.

Thanks for the help!

New Member

One of your routers has this,

One of your routers has this, but the other doesn't:

access-list 23 permit 10.10.10.0 0.0.0.127
New Member

Hello,

Hello,

So would I just remove that access-list? What command?

Thanks,

New Member

So, is the ACL on the router

So, is the ACL on the router that works? If yes, then add that ACL to the non-working router.

If the ACL is on the router that doesn't work, then:

no access-list 23

In either case, test it before you save.

New Member

That was it. I removed that

That was it. I removed that access list with the commands below and I can now connect to ccpexpress via the browser

router#configure

router{configure}# no access-list 23

router{configure}#exit

router#copy running-config startup-config

router# exit

Thanks you guys!!

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