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From Ivan Rancati <>
Subject Re: Issue in Jmeter setup in corporate proxy LAN.
Date Mon, 14 Nov 2016 09:37:26 GMT

Is it possible that there is some confusion between the JMeter script
recorder and using the company proxy in JMeter?
You could try one step at a time

1) Can JMeter access the site you want to test?
Enter your company proxy info in JMeter (see then try
a simple http request. No recording yet

If that works as expected

2) Configure the recording proxy (see

best regards

On Mon, Nov 14, 2016 at 3:59 AM, anusuya bhan <> wrote:

> Hi Team,
> Could you please help me in the below issue?
> We have installed Apache Jmeter 3.0 in a corporate proxy network, however
> this is unable to do any actions in the network.  On requesting of enabling
> firewall for the same, as currently Jmeter cannot record any applications .
> Network team confirms to have completed the same request however issue
> still exists.
> ON further investigation  Network team has given the below comments :
> Our SOCKS proxy client is expecting direct communication to the destination
> IP/port to be able to intercept and handle the communication. This is not
> happening as the browser is set to proxy localhost:8080 (jmeter
> requirement). Our guess is the communication is then routed to standard
> internet proxies instead of SOCKS proxy. We can’t guarantee jmeter
> compatibility with our SOCKS proxy and further investigation and tests are
> required.
> Can you help me if the above identification is true, or is there some
> workaround that i can suggest my Network Team.
> Require your inputs at the earliest.
> Kind Regards
> Anusuya Bhan
> +4915163130716

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