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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Measurement of performance of Client's machine when i am connected through VPN
Date Sun, 08 Aug 2010 15:52:22 GMT
On 2 August 2010 09:04, Felix Frank <ff@mpexnet.de> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Jmeter reports two times to you:
> 1. time it takes for the (customer's) server to accept your connection
> request and

latency = time to first response, which will also include time taken
for server to compose reply and send it back and for JMeter to receive
it.

> 2. total time until that request is answered

elapsed = time to complete response; will be same as latency if the
response comes back as one message.

> Jmeter has no way to determine network latency (that I am aware of) so
> you will have to make an educated guess there.

You can try using a HEAD request for this.

> HTH,
> Felix
>
> On 08/02/10 07:36, samurai241185 wrote:
>>
>> Hi Friends,
>>
>> I do have a question in my mind .I am trying to measure performance of my
>> customer's server .I connect to customer machine using customer VPN.Now
>> question is that-while i am using Jmeter , it gives response time (After i
>> hit a button at my machine----- (time consumed by request in reaching to
>> customer server+Time taken by customer server to respond a request+time
>> consumed in reaching to my machine as UI) or it gives response time only
>> taking "Time taken by customer server to respond a request"into account.
>>
>> Thanks
>
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