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From Alena Prokharchyk <>
Subject Re: Inter-vlan ACL Network changes
Date Sun, 12 Aug 2012 18:17:51 GMT
Just tested new VPC UI for Network ACLs, looks good

But couple more things to fix:

* Configure - replace ACLs with Network ACLs
* replace "ACL total" with "Network ACL total" (or "Network ACL(s?)

And I found one more big UI bug - enable static nat button doesn't work;
neither in VPC, nor in general Networks view.

I'm getting: 

TypeError: $listView is undefined
var $tierSelect = $listView.find('.tier-select select');

If I merge all the code to master branch before you put your fixes, please
commit all the changes directly to the master.


On 8/9/12 11:28 AM, "Chip Childers" <> wrote:

>On Wed, Aug 8, 2012 at 6:58 PM, Sonny Chhen <>
>> Hello All,
>> There's been some feedback in regards to simplifying adding an ACL
>>network in the Inter-VLan  as a global setting, instead of per tier.
>>Please take a look at the mocks at the links below, and let us know your
>>thoughts on this alternative method.
>> -user rolls over settings icon and selects ACL networks
>> -Panel opens to list all current ACL networks and a "Add ACL Network
>> -User clicks on the button and adds a network but must also select the
>>tier for the network
>> -Added ACL networks tab on the detail view of the tier just in case the
>>user still wishes to add the ACL network on the tier directly. Also
>>added IP Address tab to view IP information as opposed to opening
>>another panel.
>> Sonny H. Chhen
>> Manager of User Interface & User Experience | Citrix Systems -
>> 4988 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, CA  95054, USA
>These look great.
>I do have a question though:  The location / use of the hover-over on
>the "diagram" page seems a little off.  I realize that you are
>currently asking about the specific change to make adding a network
>ACL, but would it be possible to consider doing something that would
>make those configuration options a little easier to find?  It seems
>like they would be appropriately placed somewhere to be conceptually
>near the Virtual Router.  I say this, because it represents the
>logical point of control for the listed features.

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