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Status Delivered
Workspace Spectrum Symphony
Components Version 7.1
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 20, 2017

GUI: Network tab throws ERROR

On GUI when clicking the Network tab of a server in our cluster it is only possible to see eth* network cards.
We would need to make vlan configurations visible there as well. In that way we have more feasibility and better administration possibilities.

Currently behavior does not cover the VLAN network settings and leads into an error when clicking the network tab of servers without eth configuration.
We saw that the script is filtering for entries starting with ‘e' and have only one numeric character.
We would need to consider also configurations like 'vlan420' as our management nodes need several vlan's configured.
It would be fine as well, to have everything visible that ifconfig prints out.