[PVE-User] VNCWebSocket returns invalid ticket

Thomas Lamprecht t.lamprecht at proxmox.com
Mon Sep 7 14:06:30 CEST 2015



On 09/04/2015 07:31 PM, bobs wrote:
> I've given up on the web socket...
>
> Here I'm trying to connect directly to the Proxmox server's openvm 
> with novnc...:
>
> <iframe src="https://<?php echo $host; 
> ?>:8006/?console=openvm&novnc=1&vmname=<?php echo $host; ?>&vmid=<?php 
> echo $vmid; ?>&node=<?php echo $node; ?>&user=<?php echo $user; 
> ?>&password=<?php echo $ticket; ?>" width="840" height="900" 
> frameBorder="0">Browser not compatible.</iframe>
>
> Now, the screen shows Loading
> It does not given me any error, it's just stuck with the message loading.
>
> BTW: should the ticket be the login ticket or the vncproxy ticket, or 
> are they the same? I've tried both.
> Also, do I need a cookie for the authorization to work?
AFAIK, yes, I tried only once and it worked with the cookie.

Use an extra user which only has access to the VM console (VM.Console is 
the permission IIRC), as setting the access cookie let's the user log in 
in the interface.
>
> On 09/04/2015 03:42 AM, Thomas Lamprecht wrote:
>>
>>
>> On 09/03/2015 06:51 PM, bobs wrote:
>>> I'm looking at: http://pve.proxmox.com/pve2-api-doc/
>>>
>>> I want to use OpenVZ to make a NoVNC console work in a web page.
>>>
>>> I can create a - VNC Proxy - just fine with the console:
>>> pvesh create /nodes/{node}/openvz/{vmid}/vncproxy
>>>
>>> This returns the cert, port, ticket, etc...
>>>
>>> However, I keep getting this message when trying to create a - VNC 
>>> Web Socket -: permission denied - invalid vnc ticket
>>> pvesh get /nodes/{node}/openvz/{vmid}/vncwebsocket -port 5901 
>>> -vncticket PVEVNC:55E86D40::blabla
>>>
>>> What am I missing here?
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Also, I tried this with PHP code using [Proxmox VE APIv2 (PVE2) 
>>> Client - PHP Class - by Nathan Sullivan]:
>>> Like above, the VNC Proxy works fine and I get the ticket, etc...:
>>> $command    = "post";
>>> $path        = "nodes/{$node}/openvz/{$vmid}/vncproxy";
>>> // code to execute command and path...
>>>
>>
>> did you tried to execute the PPH APIs setCookie() method bevorehand?
>> btw. read the warnings in it's comment in the PHP file.
>>
>>> However, the VNC Web Socket does not return anything...:
>>> $command    = "get";
>>> $path        = 
>>> "nodes/{$node}/openvz/{$vmid}/vncwebsocket?port={$port}&vncticket={$vncticket}";
>>> // code to execute command and path...
>>>
>>> Do I need to encode/decode the ticket???
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