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Web-based Configuration Guide

AR650, AR1600, and AR6100 V300R003

This document describes how to configure and maintain your routers using the web platform.
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Precautions for Using the Web Platform

Precautions for Using the Web Platform

  • The web platform supports different browsers. You can log in to the web platform using Firefox 46 or later, Google Chrome 46 or later, Microsoft Internet Explorer 10.0 or later, or Windows Edge. If any fault occurs during the login using IE(Internet Explorer)10.0, try to log in using a later version.
  • When you log in to the web platform using Internet Explorer, the security level cannot be set to Low if you want to click CLI to switch to the CLI or you want to transfer files. Open the IE browser, choose Tools > Internet Options > Security on the menu bar, select the zone Internet, click Custom level, and select Enable under Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe, Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting*, Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins, and Active scripting. Select the zones Local intranet and Trusted sites and set the security level for the two zones to Low. IE(Internet Explorer)10.0 is used as an example.
  • When you log in to the web platform using Firefox, choose Tools > Options > Content and select Enable JavaScript, and choose Tools > Options > Privacy and select Access cookies from sites and Access third-party cookies; otherwise, web pages cannot be displayed. Firefox 46 is used only as an example.
  • When you log in to the web platform using Chrome, choose settings > Show advanced settings > Privacy > Content settings, set JavaScript to Allow all sites to run JavaScript (recommended), and set Cookie to Allow local data to be set (recommended); otherwise, web pages cannot be displayed. Chrome 46is used only as an example.
  • When you log in to the web platform using Windows Edge, choose Settings > View advanced settings > Cookie > Don't block cookie, otherwise, web pages cannot be displayed. Windows Edge 25 is used only as an example.
  • After the device software version changes, for example, the software version is upgraded or rolled back, clear the browser cache before using the web platform. Otherwise, web pages may be incorrectly displayed.
    • When you log in to the web platform using the IE browser, choose Tools > Internet Options > General, click Delete, select Temporary Internet files and Cookie, and click Delete to clear the browser cache. Here, IE(Internet Explorer)10.0 is used as an example.
    • When you log in to the web platform using the Firefox browser, choose Tools > Options > Privacy, click clear your recent history, select Cookie and Cache, and click Clear Now to clear the browser cache. Here, Firefox 36 is used as an example.
    • When you log in to the web platform using Chrome, choose settings > Show advanced settings > Privacy > Clear browsing data, select Delete cookies and other site and plug-in data, and click Clear browsing data to delete the browser cache. Chrome 35 is used only as an example.
    • When you log in to the web platform using the Windows Edge browser, choose Settings > Choose what to clear, select Browsing history and Cookies and saved website data, and click Clear to clear the browser cache. Here, Windows Edge 25 is used as an example.
  • The web platform does not support back, forward, and refresh buttons on the browser. If you click these buttons, the web platform may return to the login page.
  • After the web platform runs for a long period of time, the browser will occupy increasing memory with a certain probability. As a result, you cannot log in to the web page or the web page is displayed abnormally. Restart the IE browser, open the web platform, and log in to the system again.
    NOTE:

    Windows Edge translates numbers into telephone numbers and automatically turns the numbers into clickable links. If you click or select the number when using Windows Edge, the message "You'll need a new app to open this tel" will be displayed. Ignore the message.

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Updated: 2019-04-12

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