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Disabling HTTP access on a 3825 router?

I have tried to enter the "no ip http server" command and the "no ip http secure-server" commands and I still see http connection is enabled on the router, see below:

HTTP Client Connections:

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Persistent connection = enabled

Initial socket connection timeout = 5 secs (default)

Connection idle timeout = 2 secs (default)

Total HTTP server connections = 0

Can anyone provide feedback on how to disable http access on the router?

Please let me know!

Thank you.

Rgds,

Vicky

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Re: Disabling HTTP access on a 3825 router?

Try connecting. Display output may be irrelevant.

Re: Disabling HTTP access on a 3825 router?

Vicky,

You did the right things. (grin) If you want to check it please use a "show ip http server all" command. You will see some thing like this HTTP server status: Disabled.

HTH,

Toshi

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Re: Disabling HTTP access on a 3825 router?

This was the confirmation I needed. Thank you so much!

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: Disabling HTTP access on a 3825 router?

Hello Vicky,

>> Total HTTP server connections = 0

Have you tried to access the router admin page?

Is it still reachable or not ?

if not the show command provides parameters for http client connections but it is a different matter.

Another note is about SDM:

have you used SDM on it?

This could need additional / different commands to disable http/https access

Hope to help

Giuseppe

Re: Disabling HTTP access on a 3825 router?

Hi Guys,

Vicky typed a "sh ip http client" command. That won't tell you what you want.

HTH,

Toshi

New Member

Re: Disabling HTTP access on a 3825 router?

Hi Giuseppe,

I gave this a try and the router was un-reachable. Thank you for your help!

Rgds,

Vicky

Re: Disabling HTTP access on a 3825 router?

no ip http server and no ip http secure-server are enough to disable http on the router.

If you still have doubts, you may want to apply an ACL that matches http traffic and log it. That will proove you that http is no longer working once the above commands are entered.

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