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From MiguelFonseca <luismgfons...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Can't put to Work the property from HTTP Request Source IP address
Date Mon, 06 Feb 2012 08:53:25 GMT
Thanks!

I have just downloaded Jmeter 2.6 and the problem was the Jmeter Version!
I was still in 2.5.

Thanks for All the Help.

Kind Regards



On 6 February 2012 10:41, sergio <sergio@bosoconsulting.it> wrote:
> Il 06/02/2012 07:48, Miguel Godinho da Fonseca ha scritto:
>>
>> But what I can't do is put it to work!
>>
>> I've read that in Jmeter webpage and gave it a try. Configured three IP
>> addresses in my machine and with a CSV dataset I was trying to force the
>> Source IP address...
>> The thing is that the requests are still being sent by other address
>> different from the ones I have loaded from the CSV dataset file.te
>
> no I did not use a variable ...
> The way I worked was a little bit more complicated (but maybe someone has a
> better way):
>
> - I setup different instances (1 for each address); each instance has its
> own RMIregistry, on a different port
> - I passed the IP address as a property to each instance
>
> Here I included the script I used to launch everything:
> The network address is written in to the script, the last byte is passed as
> a parameter.
> Remember to:
> - modify JMeter properties so that RMI registry is not launched
> automatically;
> - use only HttpClient sampler
> - split data (e.g. creddentials between instances), as if it were a
> distributed installation
>
> HTH
> best regards
>
> Sergio
>
>
>> Have you done something special for it to work?
>>
>> Miguel Godinho da Fonseca
>> Direcção de Sistemas de Informação
>>
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: sergio [mailto:sergio@bosoconsulting.it]
>> Sent: quinta-feira, 2 de Fevereiro de 2012 17:59
>> To: JMeter Users List
>> Subject: Re: Can't put to Work the property from HTTP Request Source IP
>> address
>>
>> Il 02/02/2012 15:23, sebb ha scritto:
>>>
>>> On 2 February 2012 14:14, Miguel Godinho da Fonseca
>>> <Luis.Fonseca@bci.co.mz>   wrote:
>>>>
>>>> It's a Kind of restricted!
>>>>
>>>> It's a Bank application that only allows each host or user (they ate not
>>>> mutual exclusive) to connected only once.
>>>> During login the web application reads the source IP Address and
>>>> matches it with a host on the database. So if I'm using Jmeter from
>>>> the same host... I'm in trouble :)
>>
>> well, you can work around this, but you need to add ALL the IP address you
>> need to the Jmeter server LAN interface.
>> Then, you launch different Jmeter instances passing an IP address to each
>> of them, and using HTTPclient.
>>
>> I did this to test a load balanced infrastructure,and worked pretty well,
>> but I think you find limitations to few IP addresses (maybe 8 or 10 or so)
>> due to OS limitations.
>>
>> regards
>>
>>> You are also likely to be in trouble if you try and access the app
>>> from behind a NAT router.
>>>
>>>> So I have thought about using HTTP-Request-Source-IP-address and create
>>>> separate LAN cards on my host and use these new addresses.
>>>> What I'm saying is that neither HTTP-Request-Source-IP-address or
>>>> forcing a host address via httpclient.localaddress.
>>>>
>>>> Can you explain further what do you mean when you say "This only works
>>>> using HttpClient sampler "?
>>>
>>> Have you read:
>>>
>>> http://jmeter.apache.org/usermanual/component_reference.html#HTTP_Requ
>>> est
>>>
>>> Read up on "Implementation".
>>>
>>>
>>>> Kind Regards,
>>>> Miguel
>>>>
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: Oliver Lloyd [mailto:oliver_lloyd@hotmail.com]
>>>> Sent: quinta-feira, 2 de Fevereiro de 2012 15:59
>>>> To: jmeter-user@jakarta.apache.org
>>>> Subject: Re: Can't put to Work the property from HTTP Request Source
>>>> IP address
>>>>
>>>> When you say 'validates' are you talking about load balancing or some
>>>> form of restricted access?
>>>>
>>>> If restricted access then just get the IP addresses of the hosts you are
>>>> running jmeter on added to the relevant whitelist of IPs. If load balancing
>>>> then, basically, jmeter does not support ip spoofing. Depending on the exact
>>>> setup of the load balancer algorithm you can *potentially* get away with
>>>> simply using multiple hosts to run the test from (keep in mind some load
>>>> balancers base traffic on DNS, in this case do some research on 'Java DNS
>>>> caching').
>>>>
>>>> If your host has multiple IPs then httpclient.localaddress allows you to
>>>> chose one for each running instance of jmeter. This only works using
>>>> HttpClient sampler.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> -----
>>>> http://www.http503.com/
>>>>
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>>>>
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