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CIMC KVM Console on Cisco UCS C200 M2 always connection failed.

I just updated CIMC firmware from 1.4(3t) to 1.4(3w)

I tried both Linux and Windows machine with Java 8 u11, u20, u25 64-bit and IE, Firefox and Chrome

Everything works fine on 1.4(3t) before

After I open Java Web Start with .jnlp file that I got from KVM Console link

It success downloaded all .jar files then Connecting to KVM server for second then show another dialog that said Connection failed.

I don't have any firewall or any blocking between client and server. I can ping and telnet to 80, 443 and 2068 from my laptop

I already tried to config Java Web Start to use direct connection and clear all temporary cache files

I already tried Reset CIMC to Factory Default Configuration but no luck

PS. I have to unchecked TLS 1.2 from Java Configuration to get Java Web Start can download .jar files

This is from Java Console

Java Web Start 11.25.2.17
Using JRE version 1.8.0_25-b17 Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM
User home directory = /home/winggundamth
----------------------------------------------------
c:   clear console window
f:   finalize objects on finalization queue
g:   garbage collect
h:   display this help message
m:   print memory usage
o:   trigger logging
p:   reload proxy configuration
q:   hide console
r:   reload policy configuration
s:   dump system and deployment properties
t:   dump thread list
v:   dump thread stack
0-5: set trace level to <n>
----------------------------------------------------
NuovaAppProperties.initialize() SOFT_KEYS []
MainWindow.pack()
MainWindow.pack() Max Size  [1855 x 1056]
MainWindow.pack() Preferred [3 x 3]
MainWindow.pack() Desktop   [1920 x 1080]
MainWindow.pack() Frame     [23 x 51]
MainWindow.pack() Scroll    [3 x 3]
MainWindow.pack() View      [0 x 0]
MainWindow.pack()
MainWindow.pack() Max Size  [1855 x 1056]
MainWindow.pack() Preferred [1047 x 840]
MainWindow.pack() Desktop   [1920 x 1080]
MainWindow.pack() Frame     [1047 x 840]
MainWindow.pack() Scroll    [1027 x 771]
MainWindow.pack() View      [1024 x 768]
MainWindow.pack() Panel     [1024 x 768]
MainWindow.pack()
MainWindow.pack() Max Size  [1855 x 1056]
MainWindow.pack() Preferred [1047 x 840]
MainWindow.pack() Desktop   [1920 x 1080]
MainWindow.pack() Frame     [1047 x 840]
MainWindow.pack() Scroll    [1027 x 771]
MainWindow.pack() View      [1024 x 768]
MainWindow.pack() Panel     [1024 x 768]
MainWindow.pack()
MainWindow.pack() Max Size  [1855 x 1056]
MainWindow.pack() Preferred [843 x 692]
MainWindow.pack() Desktop   [1920 x 1080]
MainWindow.pack() Frame     [843 x 692]
MainWindow.pack() Scroll    [823 x 623]
MainWindow.pack() View      [820 x 620]
MainWindow.pack() Panel     [820 x 620]
MainWindow.pack()
MainWindow.pack() Max Size  [1855 x 1056]
MainWindow.pack() Preferred [843 x 692]
MainWindow.pack() Desktop   [1920 x 1080]
MainWindow.pack() Frame     [843 x 692]
MainWindow.pack() Scroll    [823 x 623]
MainWindow.pack() View      [820 x 620]
MainWindow.pack() Panel     [820 x 620]

ProtocolAPCP: Version [2.33]

OS: Linux
m_ksFileName:/home/winggundamth/trusted.certs
11/02/2014 02:07:30:160:  Connection failed.

 

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Try Java 7 u21 and let me

Try Java 7 u21 and let me know if it still fails 

 

PS >  remember to remove all other Java versions to avoid conflicts.

-Kenny

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Today I got stuck in this

Today I got stuck in this issue too. After I downloaded a lower version JAVA(jre-6u30), I figured it out. 

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