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I recently put the Sophos UTM 9.4 on a HP MicroServer and everything but the Web Gui seems to steadily work. Websites and everything load just fine. But when ever I try and access the webgui from the LAN or even externally it will time out. It's weird. It almost always loads the page the itself, but the spot where I input my credential never loads. It just says "connecting to back end" on the top right of the page. The server has 8GBs and like 2 CPUs in it.. I think they are running at like 1.8GHz or something? I'm new to VMs and what not. This was my first project. Any help would be awesome!
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Has it always been like this? What hyper visor are you running?

Have you tried other browsers? And the typical it question, have u turned it off and on again

Is the host load balancing with other virtual machines? IP conflicts? What network adaptor are you using for the virtual machine?
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Wow. I didn't notice you replied. Sorry! I'm running the newest version of ESXI. i can't believe i didn't put that in the post lol sorry. Iv'e tried different browsers and was not like this when it was on an old dell desktop.. and of course have turned it off an on. When I last looked the load balancing seemed fine and i saw no IP conflicts. As for the network adapter, i'm using a NIC card in a PCI E slot. I'm not entirely sure on the make and model on it
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Downgrade the SCSI HPVSA driver with scsi-hpvsa-5.5.0-88OEM.550.0.0.1331820.x86_64.vib


Enter maintenace mode and upload the VIB into one directory within the datastore.
Enable SSH and login to the ESXI machine address.

remove the exsisting hpvsa:
Code:
esxcli software vib remove -n scsi-hpvsa -f

it might require time, so wait for it.

install the 5.5.0-88 driver:
Code:
esxcli software vib install --viburl=/vmfs/volumes/[DIRECTORY]/scsi-hpvsa-5.5.0-88OEM.550.0.0.1331820.x86_64.vib

Once the installation is completed and you recive the positive result:
reboot and eventually remove the previusly created directory along the VIB.
Edited by xXlAinXx - 4/12/17 at 12:26pm
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