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The NX220 Cannot Be Accessed over HTTP

Publication Date:  2015-06-25 Views:  156 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Hardware configuration:
A E6000 V2; an NX220 configured for the B1 switching plane


Log in to the management module web user interface (WebUI) using a client, choose System Management > Network Management > NEM > Manage IP Address, set the management IP address of the NX220 for the B1 switching plane to and subnet mask to, as shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1 Management module WebUI

2.  Open Internet Explorer on the client (IP address: and enter in the address box to access the NX220. A message is displayed indicating that the interface of the client is disabled, as shown in Figure 2.

Figure 2 Restricted access to the NX220 over HTTP

Handling Process
Access the NX220 over HTTPS by entering in the address box of the browser.

Root Cause
The HTTP port on the NX220 is disabled before delivery. You need to access the NX220 over HTTPS.

Port disabling of the NX220 is as follows:

1.  File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is disabled. Use Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) instead.

2.  Telnet is disabled. Use Secure Shell (SSH) instead.

3.  HTTP is disabled. Use HTTPS instead.