Awesome - New Proxmox 3.3 - Firewall inside

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Re: Awesome - New Proxmox 3.3 - Firewall inside

Postby Joanna » 11th March 2015, 5:10 pm

Cookies are sent from a local domain, in this case from WHMCS server. Proxmox is not able to read cookies because they are not send from its domain. That is why our hands are tied in this matter.

Thank you for your feedback. We will definitely add your idea to our list.
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Re: Awesome - New Proxmox 3.3 - Firewall inside

Postby plambee » 12th May 2015, 9:39 am

The team of modulefactory has announced today an update of their Proxmox modul, with noVNC console support. So there seems to be a way to realize this.
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Re: Awesome - New Proxmox 3.3 - Firewall inside

Postby Joanna » 12th May 2015, 4:35 pm

Please be so kind as to provide us with the link to the announcement because the last one we are able to view is from July 19, 2014.
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Re: Awesome - New Proxmox 3.3 - Firewall inside

Postby plambee » 12th May 2015, 11:37 pm

Joanna wrote:Please be so kind as to provide us with the link to the announcement because the last one we are able to view is from July 19, 2014.


The developer sent the update notice as e-mail to his clients (I have a license for both proxmox modules, yours and theirs). The website doesn' t shows the new announcement, that's right.
The developer has sent the announcement via e-mail to his clients. The update will be released on 20.05. and will be include novnc support and TUN/TAP device support for openvz (so that the client can individually enable/disable TUN/TAP.).
It would be really great if your developers would find a way to support noVNC, because this is significantly better than the Java version.
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Re: Awesome - New Proxmox 3.3 - Firewall inside

Postby Joanna » 13th May 2015, 2:47 pm

We are determined to provide noVNC console support but we are not able to do it unless Proxmox introduces necessary changes to its API. We will contact Proxmox directly and verify whether they have actually done that. If we receive their confirmation, we will certainly proceed with noVNC console implementation. You may expect the updates on this matter soon.
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Re: Awesome - New Proxmox 3.3 - Firewall inside

Postby Joanna » 18th May 2015, 3:23 pm

From the information collected, it appears that Proxmox still has not removed discussed API limitations. We are considering introducing an alternative method but before we decide to proceed we have to verify whether it is a safe solution.
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Re: Awesome - New Proxmox 3.3 - Firewall inside

Postby Joanna » 25th June 2015, 4:36 pm

Good news everyone! The update all of you have been eagerly waiting for is already on deck. Both our Proxmox modules now support noVNC console!
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