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Configuring Secure Web Access

Navigate to the Management Access Configuration page by selecting Configuration>System Properties>Management Access. Click Edit from the main pane to open the Edit Management Access page. On this page, you can enable HTTP and HTTPS access on interfaces for managing Services Routers through the Web interface. You can also install SSL certificates and enable JUNOScript over SSL with the Secure Access page.

Figure 1 shows the Edit Management Access page.

Figure 1: Edit Management Access Page

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To configure Web access settings in the J-Web interface:

  1. Enter information into the Edit Management Access page, as described in Table 1.
  2. Click OK to apply the configuration.
  3. To verify that Web access is enabled correctly, connect to the router using one of the following methods:
    • For HTTP access—In your Web browser, type http://URL or http://IP address.
    • For HTTPS access—In your Web browser, type https://URL or https://IP address.
    • For SSL JUNOScript access—A JUNOScript client such as JUNOScope is required. For information about how to log in to JUNOScope, see the JUNOScope Software User Guide.

Table 1: Secure Access Configuration Summary

Field

Function

Your Action

Certificates

Certificates

Displays digital certificates required for SSL access to the routing platform.

Allows you to add and delete SSL certificates.

For information about how to generate an SSL certificate, see Generating SSL Certificates.

To add a certificate:

  1. Click Add on the Certificates tab to display the Add Certificate box.
  2. Type a name in the Certificate Name box—for example, new.
  3. Paste the generated certificate and RSA private key in the Certificate content box.

To delete a certificate, select it from the list and click Delete.

HTTP Web Access

Enable HTTP Access

Enables HTTP access on interfaces.

To enable HTTP access, select the Enable HTTP access check box on the Services tab.

Enable HTTP on All Interfaces

Enables HTTP access on all interfaces at one time.

To enable HTTP access on all interfaces, select the Enable on all interfaces check box on the Services tab.

HTTP-Enabled Interfaces

Specifies interfaces on which you want to enable HTTP access.

Clear the Enable on all interfaces check box on the Services tab, select the interface and move it to the appropriate list by clicking the direction arrows:

  • To enable HTTP access on an interface, add the interface to the Selected interfaces list.
  • To disable HTTP access on an interface, add the interface to the Available interfaces list.
HTTPS Web Access

Enable HTTPS Access

Enables HTTPS access on interfaces.

To enable HTTPS access, select the Enable HTTPS access check box on the Services tab.

HTTPS Certificate

Specifies SSL certificates to be used for encryption.

This field is available only after you have created an SSL certificate.

To specify the HTTPS certificate, select a certificate from the HTTPS certificate list on the Services tab—for example, new.

Enable HTTPS on All Interfaces

Enables HTTPS on all interfaces at one time.

To enable HTTPS on all interfaces, select the Enable HTTPS on all interfaces check box on the Services tab.

HTTPS-Enabled Interfaces

Allows you to specify interfaces on which you want to enable HTTPS access.

Clear the Enable on all interfaces check box on the Services tab, select the interface and move it to the appropriate list by clicking the direction arrows::

  • To enable HTTPS access on an interface, add the interface to the Selected interfaces list.
  • To disable HTTPS access on an interface, add the interface to the Available interfaces list.
JUNOScript over SSL

Enable SSL JUNOScript access

Enables secured SSL access to the JUNOScript XML scripting API.

To enable SSL access, select the Enable JUNOScript over SSL check box on the Services tab.

JUNOScript SSL Certificate

Specifies SSL certificates to be used for encryption.

This field is available only after you create at least one SSL certificate.

To enable an SSL certificate, select a certificate from the JUNOScript certificate list on the Services tab—for example, new.


Published: 2010-04-29

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