Web Gui Lockout
I configured a VLAN on the LAN interface and I am now not able to login via the web browser (forgot web gui anti-lockout). Is there a way of enabling the browser access from the command line on the pFsense PC?
Thanks, I tried the link but this is all it gives:-
"There is currently no text in this page. You can search for this page title in other pages, or search the related logs."
This is the link: http://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/I_locked_myself_out_of_the_WebGUI,_help!
cmb's link has the "!" pasted outside of the link.
Thanks for the help gents, but none of the solutions will work. Prior to the VLAN setup, I was able to ping the LAN IP and access pfsense via a browser. Since enabling the VLAN I am unable to ping the IP or get in via a browser. I do have access to pFsense from the console. Looks as though I will have to reset to factory defaults.
You can always disable the firewall (from the console) and get in via the WAN.
If you assigned LAN to a VLAN interface you may be able to configure your client machine be on that VLAN and get in that way.
I configured a VLAN on the LAN interface and I am now not able to login via the web browser (forgot web gui anti-lockout).
Can you provide any more details of what you actually did? Assign pfSense LAN interface to VLAN?
Do you have VLAN capable equipment such as a VLAN capable switch?
Thanks to all. I reset pFsense to factory defaults and reconfigured the VLANs. All OK now. In answer to Wallabybob's question, yes all my switches are VLAN capable and configured.