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Dan / Tim


Seem to be having a problem that has cropped up yesterday and today.


I have just posted a response into the thread about ratings in this forum and the respnse has had to start a 2nd page. Trouble is i can't see that response on the 2nd page, i just get a blank page.


Yesterday i was involved in a thread with Mike -


STP thread


in this thread also i posted a response that had to go at the start of the 2nd page. Mike then responded. I can see Mike's response on the 2nd page but i still can't see my one.


On a more general note, the display of the 2nd page over the last week has changed for me. When i go onto it the first half of the page is just blank and then i can view the responses.


Any ideas ?


Jon

Correct Answer by Daniel Bruhn about 6 years 11 months ago

Under the "account' drop-down you will see a link to "prefernces".  Change the setting from flat to threaded.


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John Blakley Wed, 05/12/2010 - 13:00
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Dan / Tim,


I've noticed the same problem as Jon today. I click on a post and I see a HUGE displaying post box, but nothing's in it. When I try to hit the back button, it says that my session has expired. The session expiring doesn't happen all of the time.


Thanks,

John

Daniel Bruhn Wed, 05/12/2010 - 13:39
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I'm not seeing this issue.  What browser are you all using?


Cheers,


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Jon Marshall Wed, 05/12/2010 - 13:48
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Dan


I use Firefox on Ubuntu. The blank half page has been there a week or so for me but i can still view posts.


The really weird one for me is not being able to view my post if it starts the 2nd page.


Jon

Daniel Bruhn Wed, 05/12/2010 - 13:51
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Jon,


Is it just your posts that are missing?  If so, I'm thinking it might be your HoF badge but we'll have to investigate.


Cheers,


Dan

Jon Marshall Wed, 05/12/2010 - 14:00
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dbruhn wrote:


Jon,


Is it just your posts that are missing?  If so, I'm thinking it might be your HoF badge but we'll have to investigate.


Cheers,


Dan


Dan


I can see Mike's response on the second page in the STP thread. Perhaps if you post a quick response in the forums thread i can see if i can read it.


Haven't actually tried responding to Mike's post on the 2nd page because we had ended the thread so if you respond on the ratings thread i can do a quick test reply to see if it's just the first post on the 2nd page.


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Daniel Bruhn Wed, 05/12/2010 - 14:03
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Jon,


I just posted a test reply to the STP thread.


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Jon Marshall Wed, 05/12/2010 - 14:06
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Just replied in that thread.

John Blakley Wed, 05/12/2010 - 14:07
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Dan,


I use Firefox on Windows 7. It doesn't seem like, at least for now, that the problem follows IE. I can see everything fine in IE.


Thanks,

John

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Quick update. It appears it's not just if i have posted first on the 2nd page. Have a look at this thread, page 5 -


ASA thread


on page 5 i believe the first response should be from Stephen Lewis but the first response i see is from Federico.


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Daniel Bruhn Wed, 05/12/2010 - 14:45
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Hi Jon,


Can you do me a favor and try viewing the discussion in the threaded view and see if it works?


Cheers,


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Happy to if you tell me how to do that


Jon

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Under the "account' drop-down you will see a link to "prefernces".  Change the setting from flat to threaded.


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Jon Marshall Wed, 05/12/2010 - 14:56
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Thanks. Yes, with threaded i can view my missing posts. Any issues with me sticking with threaded ?


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Daniel Bruhn Wed, 05/12/2010 - 14:59
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Hi Jon,


Nope, that view is open for all to use.  Our IT is working on getting the flat view fixed and will let you all know when it's fixed.


Cheers,


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Thanks for this. Think i'll rate you for your extremely helpful responses


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Quick update. Might be more than just Ubuntu. Just been involved in a thread with a poster who uses IE8 and they are unable to view my posts so it may not just be Firefox. I've pointed them to the threaded view.


Jon

labibmakar Sun, 07/25/2010 - 02:40
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hi jon, hello


first i read some fo your replies of the netpro community and i found them very helpful, so thanks for your contributions...

would you mind asking you a question about load balancing please,


i have two sites, site A & B, i'm the administrator of site A.

because the low upload speed that is allowed in the dsl connections
in this area i had to subscribe for another dsl connection to maximize
the speed of the upload. the only traffic that will be transmitted
between the two sites is a video conference traffic, so i have to
use the two dsl links to transfer the video conference traffic between
the two sites to be faster, therefor i installed a cisco 2811 router that has two ethernet
interfaces f0/0 and f0/1, each one connected to one of the dsl modems
via an ethernet cable . and then to configure a load balancing on the
two ethernet interfaces to distribute the video traffic over the
dsl links,

some people say that the video traffic will not be allowed to be
transfered over the two dsl links by load balancing.

so my question is, does the load balancing configuration on cisco
2811 router will let me transfer the video conference traffic over
the two links successfully with a fast and acceptable performance?

and in this situation it will be better to use load balancing per
destination or load balancing per packet ?

i appretiate your urgent reply
many thanks

makar

Giuseppe Larosa Sat, 05/15/2010 - 09:43
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Hello Jon,

I have the same problem with firefox 3.6.3 and Windowss XP SP3 I cannot see some posts in second page not only if they are mine.


There is also another point for me: before moving to firefox 3..6.3 unified login worked well now it is nor working anymore and this is causing me a lot of issues I need to use two browsers one to navigate in forums and another one IE or google chrome


If I login in another tab again with cisco.com then the supportforums tells me that the site is not available. first time this happened I've waited some hours.


Hope to help

Giuseppe

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