User =?iso-8859-1?q?ramesh=20visu?= (email@example.com) posted:
is bandwidth throttling concerned with different
speeds at which the browseris concerned?
we can use a script and accroding to the script%mix we
can use diffrent speeds
1. randon number 1-100;
2 if randon number is <= 50
else if randomn uner is <= 70
else use connectionspeed3.
so from the script we have the following
50% of the users will be using 28kbps
20% of the users will be using speed2
and remaining 30% will be using seed3.
any doubts and if iam worng correct me
User Colin Griffiths (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
Yes, bandwidth throttling is the connection speed of the browser. There is
a feature in Network tab of VUser Runtime Settings concerned with this which
can be set and controlled for each script.
What I was interested in hearing was if anyone else had used this feature
and what their experience was with it? Also I wanted to know that if by
enabling a fixed bandwidth value, does this also introduce the associated
The ability to simulate a limited bandwidth was introduced in order to simulate lower network throughput or, to be more precise, higher latency. Some call it 'modem emulation' but it is practically impossible to simulate a real modem. Why? Have a look at this discussion: http://www.qaforums.com/Forum6/HTML/000021.html