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ISR 4331 enabling WebUI

ckambiselis
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Hi,

So I have a brand new (bought about 2-3 months ago) ISR4331-SEC/K9 running 15.something.something and I have just started booting it. I would like to enable the WebUI which I hope is similar to an SG350 WebUI where I can actually configure everything without needing CLI. I followed the first guide on Chapter: Managing the Device Using Web User Interface - Setting Up Factory Default Device Using Web UI  , but when I open http://192.168.1.1/#/dayZeroRouting on a browser I get "Connection refused". Any hints would be appreciated.

 

Oscar

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marce1000
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 Did you also try : httpS:.... ?

 M.

 



-- ' 'Good body every evening' ' this sentence was once spotted on a logo at the entrance of a Weight Watchers Club !

Yes

 

 Try this in the  CLI configuration : ip http server or ip https server


 M.



-- ' 'Good body every evening' ' this sentence was once spotted on a logo at the entrance of a Weight Watchers Club !

Hello,

 

check if you are hitting the bug below:

 

CSCuz57866
Description
Symptom:
When trying to access the WebUI on port 443 with "no ip http server" configured you will not get any response from WebUI

Conditions:
When trying to run HTTPS without "ip http server" configured

Workaround:
Configure "ip http server" along with "ip http secure-server"

Currently not near the router, and not very good at the whole CLI thing.

If HTTP is not configured, should I use the guide from HTTP Services Configuration Guide - Configuring the HTTP/HTTPS Client  or... I actually used this guide before posting the question, I got a login prompt, used the password I set but using the usual admin/cisco/(or just blank) for the username were incorrect, did a write erase and reload after failing to login, and switched off and on when Hardware initialisation... appeared but for some reason when I loaded the page again it was asking for login credentials, so I guess it didn't reset the config? Also on the first guide there is another section, for some reason, at the bottom Using Web User Interface for Day One Setup, 

 

Still can't understand why couldn't it be enabled from the beginning.

 

Update:

Updated the IOS to the latest recommended and deleted the running-config, the problem is gone.

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