I'm unable to use XMC (126.96.36.199) in Firefox Quantum ESR (60.7.2).
It's a fresh install and I wouldn't know what version worked before, if any.
The console shows the following, seems to be related to some websocket thing.
(Chrome works fine)
As a matter of fact when I look at what it loads next in Chrome it's in fact a connection upgrade to a websocket (wss://xmc:8443/....). So what's the problem? The https connection's self-signed certificate has been accepted, and the location of the websocket is secure (wss), I don't get it...
Best answer by Rodney Lacroix
Although technically on the supported browser list, it SHOULD work unless something has been added/removed or set in the browser, specifically. I just downloaded Quantum - leaving the defaults - and don't see any issues.
One thing you may want to try is simply changing the url from /center to /devices. There is a known defect assigned to Development where the /center URL will sporadically pull up a blank page.
We try to pull up the previously known url as the default, but if we don't know it, we default to the /center view. From time to time, this can pull up blank pages. If you manually edit the url from /oneview/view/center to oneview/view/devices, this should fix the issue and - in most cases - stop you from seeing it again.
Here is my screen with Quantum, to show you it does work: