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  • 1.  Broken webgui, new installation HPE 5710

    Posted May 21, 2022 03:22 PM

    I have 4 nodes (2* 48sfp+ and 2* 24sfp+, both IRF). Both IRF clusters are new setup from HPE empl.

    Firmware 7.1.070 Release 2702P01

    Problem is, that webgui is broken on some places.

    E.g. EDIT VLAN, there is missing another setting and save button.

    Panel in intarfaces is missing too..

    Can you help me please why is it? Is it bug or bad setting? Any path to resolve this?

    Thank you


  • 2.  RE: Broken webgui, new installation HPE 5710
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    Posted May 21, 2022 07:21 PM

    It seems "similar" to what was reported here (I don't say it's exactly that but it is quite similar since the issue seems to involve the Web GUI after updating to R2702P01 software release) probably a Software Bug involving the Web GUI.

    I was not able to find the mentioned Hot Fix (R2702P01H03) valid for R2702P01, indeed the latest software build I was able to find (on ASP) is the R2702P01 that you already used, released on February 2021...and during July 2021 was just released the R2702P01-US software version.

    The same is true for the other mentioned Hot Fix (R2702H19) valid for R2702 software version.

    The above is confirmed by the table below:

    Davide Poletto

  • 3.  RE: Broken webgui, new installation HPE 5710

    Posted May 22, 2022 06:00 AM
    Hi, thank you!!!

    I was confused by your link too, I cannot found patch which is mentoined for my version. But, this is because this article is not from 2021, but from Apr.2022. So patch will release in next month :). (img bellow)

    So I will wait.

    Is there anyway to registr my product and get notification about release?


    Pavel Ond??ej

  • 4.  RE: Broken webgui, new installation HPE 5710

    Posted May 22, 2022 10:20 AM
    Yeah, I was unsure too...I simply didn't take time to check in deep about the dates to understand that they were implicitly referring to July 2022 and not July 2021! Hey at HPE someone should take care about accuracy when writing such notes.