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From Anthony Xu <>
Subject RE: 4-2-advanced-zone-security-group
Date Mon, 20 May 2013 18:21:04 GMT
Thanks for reporting this,

It didn't work in normal advanced zone or advanced zone with security group.

In advanced zone with security group, only one shared network security group network is supported,
which is created when you create the zone, you may not be able to create another guest network.


From: Paul Angus []
Sent: Saturday, May 18, 2013 10:00 AM
Cc: Anthony Xu
Subject: 4-2-advanced-zone-security-group

Hi Anthony,

I've been doing some testing on the [4-2-advanced-zone-security-group] branch.

I found that the 'Add Guest Network' button does not work from the Network tab (it does via
Zone > Physical Network > Guest).
I've tried as root admin and a domain guest. And using chrome and Firefox - no joy.


Paul Angus
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