Yes, I did. Just briefly to see what it would do. It worked. I don't recall doing anything special. Then lost interest when I saw how boring the result was. Not that it didn't work, it just wasn't interesting.
Just for grins I did it again, here are the notes:
Previously I had created a HTTP Profile called LAN1. It's under Network Settings, HTTP. I don't recall if a default was shown. Mine is set for password off, and under TCP obtain automatically.
Choose hardware: Wired lan Network Connection: Enable Network Settings: HTTP
(by now, assuming it is plugged in, it should say "Http Server Running and give an IP address on the screen, mine said http://192.168.128.108, yours will be different)