Do you provide console access?

  • Posted July 2, 2012

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i am having same issue, running centos 7, default firewall settings. tried with firefox,chrome - no Adblock

Hello friends!

I solve this very same problem today, check “adblock plus” chrome extension it is not activated!


Please open up a support ticket if you can’t access a droplet through the Remote Console. Thanks!

Same here, could not access a droplet I’ve just created by the browser vnc. <br>What should I do? <br>

Bruno, conseguiu acessar usando VNC?

I tried to access my droplet via browser, I tried by Chrome, Chromium, FF and neither worked. I’m using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS in my own machine and I tried access by RealVNC and didn’t works (I installed VNC server in my dropled…) as well. <br> <br>There is any suggestions to access my droplet via graphical interface? <br> <br>Regards, Bruno

@john.obrien: No, the console is run through the hypervisor so a firewall will not affect it.

Is it possible that firewall could block access, preventing the console from working?

@fadin.andrey: Please open up a support ticket.