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Why can't I have ONE command reference for the A5120?

Dermot
Occasional Contributor

Why can't I have ONE command reference for the A5120?

I simply want to log into the Web interface.

I have already logged into the CLI (with no user or password) andI have setup IRF there.

It won't let me log into the GUI and it doesn't include ANY instructions on doing so. It also doesn't include a CLI reference and when I went looking for one, Aparantly it is more useful for Network Admins to have only individual subsections of a manual instead of the whole thing. There must be 20 seperate user manuals for everything from setting up VLANs to Rackmounting the thing.

 

Can't I have ONE manual? please?

 

3 REPLIES
paulgear
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Why can't I have ONE command reference for the A5120?

Great idea - add my vote for this! I use A5500-EIs and i would love an equivalent. In fact, something that covered the entire switching family would be great.
Regards,
Paul
paulgear
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Why can't I have ONE command reference for the A5120?

BTW, i think the answer to your question is: ip http enable (or ip https enable if you've done the SSL setup).
Regards,
Paul
manuel.bitzi
Trusted Contributor

Re: Why can't I have ONE command reference for the A5120?

In the time before HP there was one manual. I dont know we they devided it.

 

But to your question:

you need "ip http enable" and a user with "service-type telnet"

 

br

Manuel

H3CSE, MASE Network Infrastructure [2011], Switzerland