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From Sergey Levitskiy <>
Subject Re: AJAX video stream for VM console is broken in Chrome
Date Fri, 19 Aug 2016 04:51:10 GMT
Hi Rohit,
As it turned out ACS 4.9 is fine and issue is only in ACP/CCP 4.7 which I believe is pretty
close to ACS 4.7. Interestingly enough if I copy console URL and open a tab in main Chrome
window it works just fine. I took 3 more screenshots of Chrome Development tools to compare.
It looks like Chrome for whatever reason block returned Ajax stream to the popup window after
the very first frame.


On 8/18/16, 1:37 AM, "Rohit Yadav" <> wrote:

    Hi Sergey,
    Can you open console in Chrome and then click on Tools-> Developer Tools. It would
open a separate window from where you can debug what's going wrong. In the developer tools
window, head over to the console tab and share if you're seeing any errors. Head over to the
network tab, where you can ajax? and ajaximg? url requests being made, if you're not seeing
any such URL requests/activities perhaps there was an issue with loading resources from the
embedded iframe. To debug this, head over to the 'Elements' tab, click on iframset and copy
the iframe src url. Try to open this URL in Chrome in a separate tab. It might fail to load
due to SSL/TLS certificate error or any other network configuration.
    Can you also share your OS details, Chrome version and CloudStack version. Are you using
SSL certificates with console proxy? If so can you check that they are valid and resolve to
a valid hostname/ip for which the certificate was generated and/or fix as necessary. If you're
using a custom CA, make sure to import the root CA certificate in Chrome.
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