"kill client" functionality broken on OpenVPN status page
|Affected version:||2.0.1||Affected Architecture:||All|
Since version 2.0.1 killing a client's connection no longer works from the OpenVPN status page. Still, killing the connection using the OpenVPN Dashboard Plugin works as expected.
2.0.1-RELEASE (i386), built on Mon Dec 12 18:24:17 EST 2011, FreeBSD 8.1-RELEASE-p6
2.1-BETA0 (amd64), built on Tue Jul 10 13:26:47 EDT 2012, FreeBSD 8.3-RELEASE-p3
2.1-BETA0 (amd64), built on Thu Jul 19 00:51:34 EDT 2012, FreeBSD 8.3-RELEASE-p3
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What browser are you using to test this? I know these things tend no to work in IE.
Also if you get any JS errors in your browser, it would help to know what they are. Or if you can run firebug or chrome's debug mode when you try it may also give a better lead.
Hi Jim, I was digging further and I've tested the following combinations:
- Fedora 17, amd64, Firefox 13.0.1, with and without plugins)
- Windows XP, i686, Firefox 13.0.1, temp profile, no plugins)
- Windows XP, i686, Firefox 14.0.1, temp profile, no plugins)
Using the web console I get the following:
[16:42:31.848] jQuery(icon).attr("src") is undefined @ http://<nodeip>/status_openvpn.php:412
And the error console gives me this:
- Status changed from New to Feedback
- % Done changed from 0 to 100
Applied in changeset b91440888e0c2bd398c89155d36c4a9d050c5caa.