You can access the web console for a variety of different WebSphere products, such as an application server, a network deployment manager (dmgr), a job manager, or an admin agent. There is no web console for a Liberty installation. Technically, the web console is known as the Integrated Solutions Console. To access the web console, ensure the appropriate server is running.
~]# cat /opt/IBM/WebSphere/your_server_name/profiles/your_profile_name/properties/portdef.props WC_adminhost=9061 WC_adminhost_secure=9044
The URL for the web console will be the hostname of the server, followed by the HTTP or HTTPS port, followed by /ibm/console. Following are some of the default HTTP and HTTPS URLs.
- http://hostname:9060/ibm/console (application server HTTP)
- https://hostname:9043/ibm/console (application server HTTPS)
- http://hostname:9061/ibm/console (deployment manager HTTP)
- https://hostname:9044/ibm/console (deployment manager HTTPS)
- http://hostname:9960/ibm/console (job manager HTTP)
- https://hostname:9943/ibm/console (job manager HTTPS)
When accessing the web console, if you are prompted to only provide a User ID and no password, this suggests that the application server or deployment manager is configured to use the local operating system as the source of usernames. In this scenario, use a username from the operating system of the application server or deployment manager.
When accessing the web console, if you are prompted to only provide a User ID and a password, this suggests that the application server or deployment manager is configured to use a federated repository or LDAP as the source of the username and password. In this scenario, use a username and password from LDAP, or a username and password that was created when the federated repository was set up.
After signing in, the web console should be displayed.