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From LEEBAW Corine <corine.lee...@businessdecision.com>
Subject RE: Jmeter port to unblock
Date Tue, 18 Aug 2015 12:06:18 GMT


Hi, 

I am sending http requests. Https is not used on my environment. Looking around the web I
found that by default, Jmeter would use the port 1099. I have requested to the  security guys
to unblock the 1099 port but then they are requesting whether tcp ou udp protocol is used.
Any idea?

Regards,
Corine

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De : Felix Schumacher <felix.schumacher@internetallee.de>
Envoyé : mardi 18 août 2015 12:59
À : JMeter Users List
Objet : Re: Jmeter port to unblock

Am 18. August 2015 12:00:55 MESZ, schrieb LEEBAW Corine <corine.leebaw@businessdecision.com>:
>Hi,
>
>I am trying to run stress tests using Jmeter.
>Scripts are sent from the dev server to stress the production server.
>Script running from DEV to DEV runs fine. However when running from DEV
>to PROD, we have the following error
>
>1439817799224,45,/QvAJAXZfc/Authenticate.aspx,Non HTTP response code:
>java.io<http://java.io/>.IOException,Non HTTP response message
>
>The same account is used. Using internet explorer from DEV displays the
>application located on the prod server
>
>I have the feeling it is a firewall issue.
>
>Do you know which protocol and which port is used by Jmeter that should
>be unblocked?

That depends entirely on your testplan.

My guess is, that you are trying to do http on a https port or https on a http port, though.

Regards,
Felix
>
>regards,
>Corine L.


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