You can use the ssh login in WebMux unit’s diagnostic port to upload and download the WebMux configuration. The following command examples will help.
To retrieve the file, run:
$ ssh -p 77 firstname.lastname@example.org getconfig >/tmp/conf1
After editing the file, upload it to the WebMux by:
$ ssh -p 77 email@example.com putconfig >/tmp/conf2
“77” is the diagnostic port, and “192.168.12.22” is the test IP address. “/tmp/conf1” is the downloaded configuration file, and “/tmp/conf2” is the uploaded file.
While editing, do not modify the beginning of the first comment line. That is, for the comment line,
# webmux farm/server configuration for WebMux.avanu.com saved Thu Feb 21 19:15:45 2008
Do not modify “# webmux farm/server configuration.” The remainder of the line may be modified, as can the rest of the file.
The superuser has the same password for ssh and for the browser interface. It can be changed through the browser interface.