Media Flow Controller Configuration Tasks : Advanced Configurations : Configuring Web-Based Interface (Management Console)

Configuring Web-Based Interface (Management Console)
Configure Management Console settings. The web command lets you specify time-outs, ports, and protocols for access to the Media Flow Controller Management Console. See web for CLI details. Juniper Networks highly recommends setting the Management Console port to something other than 80 as that port is used for service traffic; port 8080 is recommended for Management Console access.
1.
The Management Console (Web interface) is enabled by default. If you need to disable it or re-enable it.
web no enable
web enable
2.
web auto-logout <number_of_minutes>
3.
Enable HTTP, HTTPD, and/or HTTPS and set a port or listen interface (HTTPD only); all are enabled by default. Default HTTP port is 8080, default HTTPD listen interface is eth0 (used for management), default HTTPS port is 443.
web http enable
web http port <port_number>
web httpd listen enable
web httpd listen interface <interface_name>
web https enable
web https port <port_number>
4.
Configure Web session cookie options; renewal is the length of time before Web session cookies are automatically regenerated, default is 30 minutes; timeout is the time after which a session expires, default is 900 seconds or 15 minutes.
web session renewal <number_of_minutes>
web session timeout <number_of_minutes>
Example:
test-vos (config) # web auto-logout 9000
test-vos (config) # web http port 8080
test-vos (config) # web httpd listen interface eth0
test-vos (config) # web https port 443
test-vos (config) # web session renewal 60
test-vos (config) # web session timeout 9000
test-vos (config) #
To make these configurations using the Management Console (enabled by default), go to the System Config tab, Web Mgmt page; see System Config > Web for details.

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