CLI Commands : web : web

web
Configure the Web-based interface (Management Console). Web proxy commands follow. See “Configuring Web-Based Interface (Management Console)” on page 95 for task details.
web
auto-logout <number_of_minutes>
enable
http enable [port <TCP_port>] [redirect]
httpd listen enable [interface <interface_name>]
https enable [port <TCP_port>] [certificate regenerate]
proxy
auth
authtype {none | basic}
basic {password <plaintext_password> | username <username>}
host <IP_address> port <TCP_port>
session
renewal <number_of_minutes>
timeout <number_of_minutes>
Notes:
auto-logout—Control the length of user inactivity required before the Web-based Management Console automatically logs out a user. The no variant disables the automatic logout feature. Default is 15 minutes.
enable—Enable or disable (with no) the Web-based Management Console. Default is enabled.
http—Configure HTTP access to the Web-based Management Console.
enable—Enable or disable (with no) HTTP access to the Web-based Management Console. Default is enabled. This setting is only meaningful if the Management Console as a whole is enabled via the web enable command.
port—Set the port number for HTTP access to the Web-based Management Console. Default is 8080. The no variant resets to default, but does not disable HTTP.
redirect—Enables re-direction to HTTPS to mandate secure access.
httpd listen—Configure Web server interface access restrictions.
enable—Enable or disable (with no) the listen interface restricted list for HTTPD. If enabled and at least one non-DHCP interface is specified in the list, HTTP connections are only accepted on those specified interfaces. When disabled, HTTP connections are accepted on any interface. Default is enabled.
interface <interface_name>—Add or delete (with no) interfaces to the listen list. If the interface is also running as a DHCP client, it is as if the interface was not added. If DHCP is later turned off on this interface, it is as if the interface was then added to the listen list. Default is eth0.
https—Configure HTTPS access to the Web-based Management Console.
certificate regenerate—Generate a new certificate to use for HTTPS.
enable—Enable or disable (with no) HTTPS (HTTP over SSL) access to the Web-based Management Console. Default is enabled. This setting is only meaningful if the Management Console as a whole is enabled.
port—Set the port number for HTTPS. Default is 443. The no variant resets it to the default, but does not disable HTTPS.
proxy—Configure Web proxy settings. See “web proxy," below, for details.
session—Configure session settings.
renewal—Control the length of time before Web session cookies are automatically regenerated. Default is 30 minutes. Use no to reset default.
timeout—Configure time after which a session expires. Default is 150 minutes.
show web
Web-based Management Console settings.
 

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