Lab 4: Add HTTP Web Server to Visualize Data

Step 3: With MHC, Configure HTTPNET Server Component

1

Under APPLICATION LAYER view:

  • Select TCP/IP Application Layer Configurator.
  • Tick HTTPNET SERVER.
  • Reply Yes to activate the Presentation Layer (net_Pres).
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Figure 1: Enable HTTPNET Server
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Figure 2: Activate Presentation Layer

2

Select the HTTPNET SERVER component added to the Project Graph and observe the settings.

For this lab, you will use the default settings.

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Figure 3: Keep HTTPNET SERVER Default Settings



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