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Is the WiNG GUI going to be moved to HTML5 after Flash is end of support?

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TitleIs the WiNG GUI going to be moved to HTML5 after Flash is end of support?
Question
What is the plan to interface with WING controller/AP GUI after FLASH is no longer supported?
Environment
  • All Summit WM3000 Series Controllers
  • ExtremeWiNG Controllers
  • Extreme WiNG Express Controllers
  • WirelessWiNG Controllers
  • WiNG Express Controllers
  • ExtremeWiNG Access Points
  • ExtremeWiNG Express Access Points
  • WirelessWiNG Acess Points
  • WiNG Express Acess Points
  • WiNG v5.X Software
  • WiNG
Answer
Since Flash is being retired in December 2020 the Extreme Networks engineering/development is currently working on a resolution.

We will provide an HTML 5 GUI as well as continue to leverage our flash GUI for advanced users after Dec 2020.


WiNG-Man (WiNG-Manager) is a self-contained app that will allow the use of the WiNG flash GUI beyond the end of flash support. This tool is intended to be used by those with legacy deployments or advanced GUI users. It is only supported for the use of the WiNG graphical user interface.

- WiNG Manager (aka WiNGMan) is a desktop application designed to provide a stop-gap solution to WiNG customers affected by impending EOL of Flash support end of 2020. This application is targeted as migratory tool between current UI and new HTLM% UI which is under development for WiNG5 and WiNG7.
 

WiNG-Man

WiNG/WiNG_Manager_1.0.1_Release_Notes


If additional details are required, Extreme GTAC Support has been advised to have partners/distributors/re-sellers engage their Extreme Networks Sales Teams and they can work with the Product Line Management (PLM) teams.
 
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