Installation and Getting Started Guide
As an alternative to using the SNMP community strings to log in, you can configure the device to secure Web
management access using local user accounts, a RADIUS authentication server, or a TACACS/TACACS+ server.
See "Securing Access Methods" on page 3-2.
On the HP 9304M or HP 9308M, if you have configured a greeting banner (using the banner motd CLI
command), a panel with the greeting is displayed first. Click on the Login link to proceed to the Login dialog. Here
is an example of the greeting panel:
Using the Web Management Interface
When you log into a device, the System configuration panel is displayed. This panel allows you to enable or
disable major system features. You can return to this panel from any other panel by selecting the Home link.
The Site Map link gives you a view of all available options on a single screen.
The left pane of the Web management interface window contains a "tree view," similar to the one found in
Windows Explorer. Configuration options are grouped into folders in the tree view. These folders, when
expanded, reveal additional options. To expand a folder, click on the plus sign to the left of the folder icon.
You can configure the appearance of the Web management interface by using one of the following methods.
USING THE CLI
Using the CLI, you can modify the appearance of the Web management interface with the web-management
To cause the Web management interface to display the List view by default:
HP9300(config)# web-management list-menu
To disable the front panel frame:
HP9300(config)# no web-management front-panel
When you save the configuration with the write memory command, the changes will take place the next time you
start the Web management interface, or if you are currently running the Web management interface, the changes
will take place when you click the Refresh button on your browser.
USING THE WEB MANAGEMENT INTERFACE
Click on the plus sign next to Configure in the tree view to expand the list of configuration options.
Click on the plus sign next to System in the tree view to expand the list of system configuration links.
Click on the plus sign next to Management in the tree view to expand the list of system management links.
Click on the Web Preference link to display the Web Management Preferences panel.
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