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Accessing  cisco aironet air-lap1142n  through the web interface

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Iam trying to acces  cisco aironet air-lap1142n  through the web interface and i getting wepb page cannot displayed . Any reasons why iam not able to acces the Web interface .
I tried bith http://ip_address and https://ipaddress

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The webserver might not be enabled

conf t
ip http server
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for https:

ap# configure terminal
ap(config)# hostname name_for_your_AP
name_for_your_AP(config)# ip domain name your_domain_name.com
name_for_your_AP(config)# ip name-server <your DNS Server's IP Address>
name_for_your_AP(config)# ip http secure-server
name_for_your_AP(config)# end
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by:lianne143
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If i enter the configure terminal i get the following output

AP00100.bd17.3c45#configure terminal
                  ^
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.
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That's because this AP is a unified/lightweight access point. These controller based APs use a controller for configuration etc. Try identifying and connecting to the controller and then use it to push down the config. If you purchased this by mistake, you can send it back and get a standalone AP.
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netcmh is correct.  As the part-code indicates (AIR-LAP1142) you have a lightweight AP.  There is no web-server enabled for this.  You can only Telnet or Console to the AP.

However, if you require a controller-less AP you can downgrade it to Autonomous software instead of sending it back.

https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/thread/14405
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Thanks for the grade. Good luck.
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