SSH, Telnet, HTTP at the WLC


To verify if SSH, Telnet, HTTPS or HTTP is allowed to the WLC, please use the command :
(Cisco Controller) >show network summary

RF-Network Name……………………….. CCIE
Web Mode……………………………… Disable
Secure Web Mode……………………….. Enable
Secure Web Mode Cipher-Option High………. Disable
Secure Shell (ssh)…………………….. Enable
Telnet……………………………….. Enable
Ethernet Multicast Mode………………… Disable Mode: Ucast
Ethernet Broadcast Mode………………… Disable
IGMP snooping…………………………. Disabled
IGMP timeout………………………….. 60 seconds
User Idle Timeout……………………… 300 seconds
ARP Idle Timeout………………………. 300 seconds
ARP Unicast Mode………………………. Disabled
Cisco AP Default Master………………… Disable
Mgmt Via Wireless Interface…………….. Disable
Mgmt Via Dynamic Interface……………… Disable
Bridge MAC filter Config……………….. Enable
Bridge Security Mode…………………… EAP
Over The Air Provisioning of AP’s……….. Enable
Apple Talk …………………………… Disable
AP Fallback ………………………….. Enable
–More– or (q)uit
Web Auth Redirect Ports ……………….. 80
Fast SSID Change ……………………… Disabled
802.3 Bridging ……………………….. Disable

To enable/disable SSH :
(Cisco Controller) >config network ssh enable

To enable/disable Telnet :
(Cisco Controller) >config network telnet enable

To enable/disable HTTP :
(Cisco Controller) >config network http enable

To enable/disable HTTPS :
(Cisco Controller) >config network https enable

To prevent that wireless client can configure the WLC :
(Cisco Controller) >config network mgmt-via-wireless disable

To prevent that devices on the same VLAN as the controller can access the management protocols.
(Cisco Controller) >config network mgmt-via-dynamic-interface enable

The management interface is always reachable (Unless you use ACL Filters.) but without any login prompt.

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2 responses to “SSH, Telnet, HTTP at the WLC”

  1. secure wifi says :

    thanks for this im adding this blog to my twitter.

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