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I'm trying to configure my Cisco 1200 in such a way that I can access it using either http or https
I have a userid and password on the thing and eve have it setup as an http server/https server. However whenever I go to the webinterface it asks for userid password I enter the one I have setup and it won't authenticate. Any clues as to what is happening?

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Does that username have level 15 privelege access?  Also, are you sure you have an image that has ths SDM/CCP active?  
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Can you gives us the running config output please!  Also could you state the image you are using as well!

Like what SuperTaco said, i'm pretty sure you need a privilege level of 15 to access the WAP via HTTP or HTTPS.

Also can you gain access into the device via Console using the same username and password?
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Thanks for yoru quick response here is a copy of the running config...
You will notice several priv 15 uid's I use bdadmin and p-danaw and that should work.


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I do see them, but I also see that authentication for the web interfaces is set to radius.  Try changing that.  Also try logging in with just to priv exec PW.  Generally with some of the waps.  I've had to create the user in the GUI to be able to log in.  In image upgrade fixed, but I forgot which image fixed it.  Have you tried logging in with the defaults?
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Enter your enable Secret password with no username and it should work.

I tried it out on a 1242AG AP with the same configurations.
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Thanks it is the enable secret password that is the culprit

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