09-29-2015 10:37 PM
I'm using VMware .OVA appliance of Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager 10.1 and I've configure the IP address manually so that I can reach it from my laptop VLAN.
However I'm always stuck in the Initial configuration, step 5 of 8 as per the attached screenshot.
There is no other way to input the time when I get to the 5th steps.
So I cannot continue to configure this newly downloaded Appliance.
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09-29-2015 10:49 PM
I think the error is related to the Time Settings you have made on the Server where you want to install the .OVA
check the Time Format/Zone on the Server, and selet in Step 5 the same Format and Time Zone
09-29-2015 10:54 PM
This is the brand new Appliance that I have just imported to my VMware platform.
I was able to login to the terminal and then manually changed the IP address into 192.168.6.10 but then after I stuck in the progress above, I resbooted the appliance, somehow it is back to 192.168.1.101 again which is not accessible from my laptop VLAN ?
09-29-2015 11:12 PM
The I still cannot change the timezone after manually edit the IP address from the appliance.
See the attached scrrenshot, the default timezone is US/Pacific.
The browser IE11 doesn't have any other drop down or way to select the time and I end up in the error state as I did again.
09-29-2015 11:21 PM
OK. as I said in my preview post, what is the default Time Settings you have made on Physical Server where VMware is Installed ?
Second, have you tryed from command line to change the TimeZone ?
About the Browser, I don't think this is a problem with IE, but is probable, can you try with another Browser i.e. Mozilla Firefox work fine.
If this not work, I would suggest to get Support from Brocade Eng.
09-29-2015 11:46 PM
ok, after using another browser, this time is Google Chrome, it is working
Therefore it is a bug with IE11 on both WIndows 8.1 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
Solution: use the latest edition Google Chrome browser.
09-29-2015 11:58 PM
Fine that finally is work.
I'm since many years the opinion, Microsoft shold spend a Time and Money to resolve all the BUG in some Application like IE instead to lauch all couple of Week a New operating Systems.