I am trying to put some Virtual Users through other Computers, for that I have test talk, but test talk is not working when I see the status it is running in my machine and other machines also what I am planning to use,
Please Put some Light on this,
Thanks a Lot in Advance
Hi Thanks for quick Response,
Actuall I am trying to put some VIrtual Users through some machine which is on the same lan, and every maching Test Talk is running, when I open webload Console and creating load session for that I am putting 50 Virtual Users, so 25 I will genrate from my machine and another 25 I am genrating through other machine, it is giving the error
in picture you can see the cross that is the other machine and tespa is my machine
Please see the picture so you will come to know,
Thanks once again for looking in to the problem, please send me some solution for it
I havent worked with this tool, but from the picture what I infer is that ur machine is not able to connect with the other machine.
Just check whether u need admin rights on both machines.. whether ur password is there in the tools services.. whether it is having the privilege etc..
I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.
- Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931)
THanks for reply, My machine is on the same netwrok and I have got the admin rights also, so that is not the problem, I think I need to play with some settings in webload whcih is reletd to Testtalk
The error indicates that the WebLOAD Console machine is unable to connect to the Load Generator. Double check physically to ensure testtalk is up and running on both machines and that both machines are using the same version of testtalk. Also make sure you can ping each machine from the other.
Is there a firewall between the two machines that could be blocking the ports used by testtalk (ports 9000 & 9010)? Or there could be another application using one of these ports. The best way to check is to shut down WebLOAD and Testtalk and then do the following from the command line:
this will list all of the ports currently in use. If you see 9000 &/or 9010 listed then another application is using these ports. If this is the case you can disable the application or change the ports testtalk is using in the WebLOAD.ini file. Another thing to check on both machines to ensure testalk is running properly is to do a testtalk ping from the command line here is the syntax for that: