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Cisco Configuration Professional Express 2.7 End User Guide
December 21, 2012
The Cisco Configuration Professional Express (Cisco CP Express) is an embedded, device-management tool that provides the ability to configure bootstrap configuration and provision an Integrated Services Router (ISR). The Cisco CP Express supports a view called the Cisco CP Express End User View.
The Cisco CP Express End User View is used to associate switch ports to VLANs, and create new Service Set Identifiers (SSID) for wireless interfaces.
This guide contains these sections:
Cisco CP Express requires Cisco IOS release 15.2.4M2 in M trains / 15.3.1T in T trains or later for all SKUs.
Cisco CP Express End User View is supported on these browsers:
•Mozilla Firefox 10, or later
•Google Chrome 17, or later
Launching Cisco CP Express End User View
To launch the Cisco CP Express End User View, perform these steps:
Step 1 Launch the browser.
Step 2 In the address bar, type the IP address of the router where Cisco CP Express End User View is installed.
For example, type http://<xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx> or https://<xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>
where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx represents the IP address of the router.
Step 3 Specify the username and password of the End user view provided by your service provider or administrator.
Step 4 Click Log In.
The Cisco CP Express End User View launches and is ready for use.
Figure 1 shows the Cisco CP Express End User View page.
Figure 1 The Cisco CP Express End User View page
Accessing the Wireless Interface
Note The Wireless feature is displayed on the Cisco CP Express only if your router supports a Wireless Access Point (WAP).
You can access the Wireless feature of the Cisco CP Express End User View by choosing the Wireless link.
Cisco CP Express End User View supports Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2) encryption, which uses the ciphers aes-ccm tkip encryption mode.
Based on the WAP settings, there may be variations in the way the Wireless feature functions. The variations may occur when:
1. Accessing the Wireless feature for the first time—When you click the Wireless link, it tries to automatically establish a connection to the wireless interface without prompting for a username and password, if one of these two options is true:
•Your router is a factory fresh router.
•Factory default username and password of the WAP have not been changed.
The factory default username/password of the wireless router is cisco/cisco.
2. Password of WAP has changed—You are prompted to specify the username and password of the WAP if the factory default username and password (cisco/cisco) have been changed.
3. Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) is enabled, but the username and password of WAP have changed
•If you are using the Mozilla Firefox browser, Cisco CP Express will prompt you to specify the username and password of the WAP.
•If you are using the Google Chrome browser, you will encounter a "401 Unauthorized" error.
Handling 401 Unauthorized error
1. Choose the Click here to open the wireless screen in a new browser tab link to open the Wireless feature in a new browser tab.
2. Specify the username and password of the WAP.
Known Issues and Workarounds
This section lists the Known Issues in this release of the Cisco CP Express End User View.
Configured parameters do not reflect on the edit screen
Symptom The Interfaces screen, Edit VLAN and Edit Interface (edit VLAN for End User View) dialog boxes do not reflect the correct values for attributes displayed on the Summary screen.
Conditions When the Interfaces feature is in use, and an interface or a VLAN is being edited.
Workaround Upgrade your Cisco IOS Software Release to 15.2.4M2 in M trains / 15.3.1T in T trains or later.
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