Method used to change the WI access mode to HTTP

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The WI access mode can be changed as required. HTTP mode is less secure than HTTPS mode. If you want to switch from HTTPS to HTTP, you only need to modify the access address formats for WI and vLB. For details, see related cases in Huawei's cloud computing forum.

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Changing HTTP used for web login to HTTPS on the USG
An example of using the CLI to change HTTP used for web login to HTTPS on the USG2000&5000&6000 series is as follows: [sysname]undo web-manager enable /Disable the HTTP service. Disable http server successfully ! [sysname]web-manager security enable port 8443 /Enable the HTTPS service.

Methods used to change the SNCP mode of the OTN
In the WDM service configuration: 1. Convert SNC/I protection services into common cross-connections. 2. Enable the PM non-intrusive monitoring. 3. Convert the common cross-connections into SNCP services.

Method used to remove the images on the WI page
The images on the WI page can be used to provide operation tips, convey information, or even send holiday greetings. You are advised not to delete them. If you need to delete them because of special requirements, contact Huawei technical support for help.

Method used to modify a prompt message on the WI page
You can modify a prompt message on the WI page as follows: 1. Log in to the WI server, and go to the opt/WI/tomcat/WI/ROOT/js/language directory. 2. Copy the dashbordLanguage.js file to a local computer and back it up. 3. Open the dashbordLanguage.js file and find the message that you want to modify. For example, change 'Can not connect to VM' to 'Cannot connect to VM'. 4. Save the dashbordLanguage.js file, and copy it back to the /opt/WI/tomcat/WI/ROOT/js/language directory. 5. Refresh the WI page and check whether your changes have taken effect. If not, clear the browser's cache and log in to WI again.

Methods for changing the SNCP mode of an OTN
1. Convert SNC/I protection services into common cross-connections. 2. Enable the PM non-intrusive monitoring. 3. Convert the common cross-connections into SNCP services.

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