3-D Status Map Link


#1

When I click on this link it gives me a download window to download statuswrl.cgi

Have I missed out something? :?


#2

Yup - you need to download a vrml viewer.like this
parallelgraphics.com/products/cortona/


#3

I have the same problem and I have the cortona browser installed and working fine on IE. I still get the download window…


#4

OK, I just now tried the same thing, and it wanted to save, so yea, I didn’t have a 3d browser plugin installed. I went to parallelgraphics.com/products/cortona/ and installed the 3d client. I then saw there spinning cude on there website. Did you see it? I then tried nagios again, and it works. So, perhaps you didn’t see the spinning cube on the site?


#5

Yep, I saw the blue spinning cube. I can go to other VRML sites and it works just fine with those, but no change on Nagios. Confusing…


#6

I think I found the problem but I don’t understand the reason. I installed Nagios on another server without using SSL and port 80 and it works fine. The site I am working on uses SSL on a non-standard port. It works for everything except VRML. The question is, what does SSL have to do with it…


#7

The VRML client only seems to work for Windows. Is there an option for linux (Mozilla/Firefox?)