3Com 2952 SFP – How to enable the web interface ?

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  • winnj

    Hi Everyone,
    Does anyone know how to enable the web interface on these switches ?

    I can login via CLI from console port but would really like to be able to use the web interface. I must say that i’ve inherited these switches from a previous employee and there is little to no documentation as to how they were configured at install. They are currently part of the production environment.

    I’ve used

    _cmdline-mode on

    To enable the system view and the extended menu’s but the web option appears to be missing from the menu.

    Copy and paste of switch summary and full menu below, as you can see there is no Web option.

    Current boot app is: flash:/S2900-CMW520-R1101P10.bin
    Next main boot app is: flash:/s2900-cmw520-r1101p10.bin
    Next backup boot app is: NULL

    3Com Corporation 3Com Baseline Switch 2952-SFP Plus Software Version 5.20 Release 1101P10 Copyright (c) 2004-2010 3Com Corp. and its licensors. All rights reserved. 3Com Baseline Switch 2952-SFP Plus uptime is 33 weeks, 6 days, 17 hours, 37 minutes

    3Com Baseline Switch 2952-SFP Plus 128M bytes DRAM 128M bytes
    Nand Flash Memory Config Register points to Nand Flash
    Hardware Version is REV.B CPLD Version is 002
    Bootrom Version is 119 [SubSlot 0] 48GE+4SFP
    Hardware Version is REV.B

    aaa Specify AAA configuration
    acl Specify acl configuration information
    archive Specify archive settings
    arp Specify ARP configuration information
    bootrom-update bootrom update
    clock Specify the system clock
    cluster Specify cluster configuration information
    command-privilege Specify the command level
    configuration Specify configuration settings
    copyright-info Copyright information configuration
    cut Cut connection
    delete Delete function
    dhcp DHCP configuration subcommands
    dhcp-snooping DHCP Snooping
    display Display current system information
    domain Add domain or modify domain attributes
    dot1x Specify 802.1X configuration information
    execute Batch Command
    file Specify file system configuration information
    ftp Specify FTP configuration information
    gratuitous-arp-learning Gratuitous Arp learning function
    gratuitous-arp-sending Sending gratuitous-arp packet when receiving different sub-network arp packet function habp Specify HABP configuration information
    header Specify the login banner
    hotkey Specify hotkey configuration information
    igmp-snooping IGMP snooping
    info-center Specify information center configuration information
    interface Specify the interface configuration view
    ip Specify IP configurations for the system
    job Schedule a system task
    jumboframe Jumboframe command
    lacp Configure LACP Protocol
    lldp Link Layer Discovery Protocol(802.1ab)
    local-user Specify local user configuration information
    logfile Specify log file configuration
    loopback-detection Detect if loopback exists
    mac-address Configure MAC address
    mib-style MIB style
    mirroring-group Specify mirroring-group
    multicast-vlan Multicast VLAN
    ndp Neighbor discovery protocol
    ntdp Specify NTDP configuration information
    ntp-service Specify NTP(Network Time Protocol) configuration information
    ping Ping function
    pki Specify PKI module configuration information
    port-group Port group
    public-key Specify public-key module configuration information
    qos Command of QoS(Quality of Service)
    quit Exit from current command view
    radius Specify RADIUS configuration information
    return Exit to User View
    rmon Specify RMON
    save Save current configuration
    sftp Specify SFTP service attribute
    snmp-agent Specify SNMP(Simple Network Management Protocol) configuration information
    ssh Specify SSH (secure shell) configuration information
    ssl Specify SSL (Secure Socket Layer) configuration information
    stack Switch stack system
    storm-constrain Port storm-constrain
    stp Spanning tree protocol
    super Modify super password parameters
    sysname Specify the host name
    system-failure System failure handling method
    system-guard System guard function
    tcp Specify TCP(Transmission Control Protocol) configuration information
    telnet Specify TELNET configuration information
    temperature-limit Set temperature limit
    tftp Specify TFTP configuration information
    tftp-server TFTP Server
    time-range Specify time-range configuration information
    tracert Trace route function
    traffic Specify traffic configuration information
    undo Cancel current setting
    user-group Specify user group configuration information
    user-interface Configure the user terminal interface
    vlan Configure VLAN
    voice Specify voice VLAN

    Any suggestions greatly appreciated


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