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4 étoiles sur 5
- par MarchelloKY, il y a 2 ansNoté 2 sur 5Useful toot, but please check why it's causing problem at homepage https://www.seb.lv/ - second line menus don't work! Error: Permission denied to access property "apply"!
- par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 12564656 de Firefox, il y a 3 ansNoté 3 sur 5Ive been using this for some time and now have to adapt (as you have) due to changes to the way Firefox changed the way addons worked.
Thanks for continuing with this addon - it is really good.
However, I have a couple of issues.
1. I have a web application that provides (linked) IP addresses (as well as hostnames) - that is you can click on the IP address to drill down in the native application. Before the latest ipprotocols (1.2), I was able to hover over the IP address, obtain a pop-up window and move the mouse and select SSH, and be taken directly to the device - this worked well. Now, in the latest version, I do not get popup window. In order to get the SSH, I have to click on the IP address - but because it is an active, linked IP address, this doesn't work and continues to drill down the native application. Can the popup be re-instated?
2. There doesn't appear to be an obvious way of passing the username to the SSH session - unless I am missing something.
To get around the issue, I added the following to the .bat file.
and modified the following SSH part to;
Start "SSH" %SSH_COMMAND% -ssh %USERNAME%@%ip%
Since the USERNAME was in the environment for each users login, this successfully passes the username to the SSH session, avoiding the user re-entering their user name.
Does have a security benefit of not being able to use a different username - although others in OPs may see this differently.
So number 2 may be taken as a tip/idea for others wanting to do the same.
Havent found any issues whislt doing this.
3. When having more than 1 option selected, e.g SSH + Ping + RDP, only the 1st selection has a (white) background. The remainder are transparent, meaning it is not possible to see the option text easily.
How can I put a background around the entire selection by default. I do notice that some static websites that I use do not have this issue so it could well be that this is related to the specific application.
Great product though and has really helped my work.
- par BLG, il y a 3 ansNoté 1 sur 5This add-on was the greatest thing since sliced bread before Firefox 57. Now, it's basically impossible to get working properly in Windows. Also, the functionality of being able to highlight an IP with your mouse cursor and use the IpProtocols actions on that IP is now gone.
It's really too bad this wasn't ported to the new Firefox in a more seamless way, because it was, without question, one of the greatest add-ons I've ever had the pleasure of using. I know it might be difficult, because of the way Firefox 57+ works, to make this add-on work like it did before, but hopefully this wonderful developer will keep trying.
Unfortunately, the newest version (1.1.4) doesn't solve any issues, but instead only makes IPs disappear from web pages entirely.
- par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 13663222 de Firefox, il y a 3 ansNoté 2 sur 5I've tried using this add-on in Firefox (the most recent two versions), and it interferes with web page operation. Example: on Amazon.com, it prevented me from opening Wishlist or Customer Images links. The URL changed, but nothing happened. I isolated the offending add-on to this one by enabling / disabling. This problem occurred in various other ways on websites using similar code for certain features.
- par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 10276602 de Firefox, il y a 4 ansNoté 4 sur 5This is a quite interesting addon. Though, for me it would be very nice if I could set up a prefix for recognizing IPs. For example, only recognize SSH IP if it is prepended with ssh:// prefix, vnc:// for VNC and so on. It's because on pages which I use there are lots of IPs, most of them are simply http:// so they are open by the browser itself, only a few are SSH and other protocols. That might not be the case for everyone so the above feature should be implemented as an option (preferably to each row: use prefix (no/yes: enter the prefix).
Thank you for your work!
- par RichGK, il y a 5 ansNoté 5 sur 5Have now been able to add SCCM remote support launching to pages in Firefox using Lansweeper which is a complex thing to achieve within Lansweeper itself. I originally just wanted to be able to easily ping printers from Windows print server web pages so SCCM functionality is a huge bit of icing on the cake.
TLDR: There is cake.
- par Pharweb, il y a 6 ansNoté 5 sur 5Bonjour, cela fait un moment que je cherchais une telle fonctionnalité, notamment pour utiliser avec GLPI
Malheureusement, les IP ne sont pas cliquables, il me faut surligner l'adresse ip, puis faire un clic droit pour avoir le menu contextuel, puis sous menu IP protocols !
Comment faire pour que l'IP soit cliquable directement ?
Merci ! Pour info, sous Firefox 35
- par Brian, il y a 6 ansNoté 5 sur 5Just what I needed! Now I can click on the IP address in Amazon's EC2 and it opens in putty. Edit the ssh command in the addon options, and then add this string to the putty options:
-i path\to\my.ppk -ssh $1
- par K33GS, il y a 6 ansNoté 4 sur 5Using this in conjunction with Spiceworks should be amazing, just find the device and click the IP to manage it by SSH, RDP, web console, or anything really! This could be the greatest thing since sliced bread, but unfortunately, I'm on a Mac and the out of the box options are Windows or Linux, without an OS X setting, I'm having difficulty working the configuration. I tried pointing the settings to Terminal, but that didn't work, nor did /usr/bin/open or ssh/ping/etc. Can someone smarter than me figure the OS X settings out so I can boost this rating to a 5?
- par Ezerbel, il y a 6 ansNoté 5 sur 5Great component!
Very useful, simple and comfortable.
Just a couple of improvements ...
I need more! more customs!!
I miss ftp / sftp / ftps, https, and some not so common emulation (TN3250, TN6530).
THANKS a lot of.
And hopefully allow more possible customs.
- par Stian, il y a 7 ansNoté 4 sur 5It's a pretty good addon, and does what it says it does.
But it should be able to for instance select any type of text, not just IP, and use it as a hostname for calling an external program. Obviously it would not be able to detect hostnames directly on the page but a quick selection and a right-click context menu would work.