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Cisco 2950 Router evilness

Cisco 2950 Router evilness

Cisco 2950 Router evilness

Hi Guys,

Really confused here. Today I reset my Cisco 2950. I did the hold the mode button for 10 seconds until the lights go off. Waited for the restart, then entered quick config mode by pressing the mode key for a few seconds until the lights are solid.

The problem is, there is no Web interface. I can telnet in no problem, but whenever I attempt to go to the web interface I get nothing. I have enabled the server, even though quick config should have it there already.... I have no idea what to do to fix this issue.

Please any help would be great.

RE: Cisco 2950 Router evilness

do a
sh run | begin ip http
and a
sh ip int br

RE: Cisco 2950 Router evilness

I would not expect anything good from the web interface of an old 2950. Use the CLI - that's your best bet IMO.

RE: Cisco 2950 Router evilness

PS, the 2950 is a switch, not a router?

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