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Tim Hall has done it again! He has just released the 2nd edition of "Max Power".
Rather than get into details here, I urge you to check out this announcement post.
It's a massive upgrade, and well worth checking out. -E

 

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Thread: R80.10 in VMware

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    Default Re: R80.10 in VMware

    Quote Originally Posted by varera View Post
    WebUI setup wizard must be run once a new Gaia installation is made.
    Of vsx ?

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    Default Re: R80.10 in VMware

    Quote Originally Posted by jflemingeds View Post
    Of vsx ?
    Any Gaia. To deploy VSX, you install a physical GW first and then run provisioning.
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    Default Re: R80.10 in VMware

    Quote Originally Posted by varera View Post
    Any Gaia. To deploy VSX, you install a physical GW first and then run provisioning.
    Not sure what Iím missing but you do not have to use the webui for th first time wizzard.

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    Default Re: R80.10 in VMware

    Quote Originally Posted by varera View Post
    yet there is a very important reason to block webUI after enabling VSX. I do agree initial WebUI setup seems to be unnecessary
    Agreed, even if the web UI were an option, it should not be used to manage VSX. That would be asking for trouble.

    I just find the inconsistency bizarre. "We want everyone to use the web UI, so we're going to make it mandatory for initial setup! But once you set up the box, we'll disable it entirely so you can't even use it to read information." It's like a joke, but nobody's laughing.
    Zimmie

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    Default Re: R80.10 in VMware

    Quote Originally Posted by jflemingeds View Post
    Not sure what Iím missing but you do not have to use the webui for th first time wizzard.
    I did say "(Yes, you can use config_system or customize your install image using ISOmorphic; I'm talking about stock, interactive setup)" in my earlier post. If there's another interactive setup method which doesn't involve the web UI, I haven't run across it yet.
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    Default Re: R80.10 in VMware

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob_Zimmerman View Post
    I did say "(Yes, you can use config_system or customize your install image using ISOmorphic; I'm talking about stock, interactive setup)" in my earlier post. If there's another interactive setup method which doesn't involve the web UI, I haven't run across it yet.
    Ooh a cli wizzard. Yeah just stop doing that way. Itís error prone and you canít save your answers oh and itís slow. Use the template and donít look back.

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