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Compatible with the old web console

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I need to use the Dialogic DMG2000 media gateway in my work. This is not a new solution, but it works fine and no one will allow it to be thrown out.

He was handed to me by a colleague who uses solutions from Microsoft and is not oriented at others. I use only Unix and MS Windows saw only in the picture.

I went to the web-console of the mentioned device, and found that I was squeezing a blank screen. At the same time, the content of the page is served and can be viewed with the ^U.

<!--                                                                              
/**********@@@SOFT@@@WARE@@@COPY@@@RIGHT@@@**********************************     
* DIALOGIC CONFIDENTIAL                                                           
*                                                                                 
* Copyright (C) [2007-2008] Dialogic Corporation. All Rights Reserved.            
* The source code contained or described herein and all documents related         
* to the source code ("Material") are owned by Dialogic Corporation or its      
* suppliers or licensors. Title to the Material remains with Dialogic Corporation 
* or its suppliers and licensors. The Material contains trade secrets and         
* proprietary and confidential information of Dialogic or its suppliers and       
* licensors. The Material is protected by worldwide copyright and trade secret    
* laws and treaty provisions. You solely have the right to view the Material.     
* No part of the Material may be used, copied,                                    
* reproduced, modified, published, uploaded, posted, transmitted, distributed,    
* or disclosed in any way without Dialogic's prior express written permission.    
*                                                                                 
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* property right is granted to or conferred upon you by disclosure or delivery    
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* express and approved by Dialogic in writing.                                    
***********************************@@@SOFT@@@WARE@@@COPY@@@RIGHT@@@**********/    
-->                                                                               

<html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml>
<head>
<noscript>
<center><span style="font-weight:bold; color:red; font-family:Verdana;">This site requires JavaScript to be enabled</span></center>
</noscript>
<script src="Main.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<title>Dialogic Media Gateway</title>
</head>
<frameset id=idMasterFrameset onload=Entry_Main() rows=83,* cols=*>
</frameset>
</html>

I believe that the firmware of this gateway is based on solutions from Microsoft, and this page code carries some of their specifics.

I tried using the browsers FireFox, Safari and SeaMonkey. The result is the same everywhere - a blank page.

Will I be able to work with this console using FireFox and what do I need to do for this?

Modified by cor-el

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Unfortunately, when publishing the text of a page, your engine has distorted its text. But this is important information, it most likely explains the essence of the problem. I will try again: >

> > > ><script src="Main.js" type="text/javascript"></script> ><title>Dialogic Media Gateway</title> > ><frameset id=idMasterFrameset onload=Entry_Main() rows=83,* cols=*> ></frameset> >

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I ask you to excuse me, but you have a very strange engine - you cannot give an example html file in it. I bring his screen.

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You will have to check the Main.js JavaScript file to see what is loaded in the frameset (onload=Entry_Main()).

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cor-el said

You will have to check the Main.js JavaScript file to see what is loaded in the frameset (onload=Entry_Main()).

And what does it mean to check? How can I do it? Why does the Internet Explorer execute it, but not FireFox? I can open this file and read it.

How do I attach this file to a message?