The following switches enable the HTTP Web console and control its configuration settings. The Web console enables you to monitor the Internet Agent through a Web browser. For more information, see Monitoring the Internet Agent through the Web Console.
Specifies the port where the Internet Agent listens for the Web console. The default port established during installation is 9850.
By default, any user who knows the Internet Agent's address and port (/httpport) can use the Web console. This switch adds security to the Web console by forcing users to log into the Web console using the specified username. The /httppassword switch must also be used to establish the user password.
The username can be any arbitrary name.
Specifies the password that must be supplied along with the username provided by /httpuser.
By default, the Internet Agent refreshes the Web console information every 60 seconds. You can use this switch to override the default refresh interval.
Enables the Internet Agent to use a secure connection to a Web browser being used to display the Internet Agent Web console. The Web browser must also be enabled to use SSL; if it is not, a non-secure connection is used. See Securing Internet Agent Connections Via SSL.