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Juniper J4350 GUI

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I am new Juniper routers.  I have worked exclusively on Cisco and Adtran for the last 16 years.  Where I work now, they have a Juniper J4350 and I am trying to figure out how to access the GUI.  The router was already configured and in production when I took this job and there are some additional items I want to configure that would be much simplier through the GUI.  I need some help.
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by:Kamran Arshad
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by:Mhorrocks1962
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Those pdf's are just informational datasheets.  I need to know how to enable it from the cli, because the web page does not come up when ip is typed into the browser.
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J-Web access is requires to to point your browser to an IP on the juniper box via http or https. You will be presented with a login page, provide appropriate input and login. You then choose configuration from the task bar.

harbor235 ;}
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by:Mhorrocks1962
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Ok, let's all assume for a minute that whoever set up the router (not me) disabled J-Web access.  How do I re-enable it??  Must be able to reenable from CLI because that's all thats available because J-Web access has been turned off.

The router is already configured, I need to make some changes and would like to see the options that are available through J-Web.
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user@host# system services web-management http


harbor235 ;}
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by:Mhorrocks1962
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Since I am unfamiliar with Juniper, as I have stated my previous comments, I would just enter this at the far left and side with no () or anything?

Juniper CLI just reminds my so much of shell bash scripting.

Please be specific about how I enter that command, and if works you will walk away with 500 points.
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by:Mhorrocks1962
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Needed some specific guidance on inserting solution into the cli, but never received it.  Trial and error, but it worked.
Thanks for responding
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