|Network Testing and Emulation Solutions|
This cookbook requires LANforge GUI version 5.4.6 and above.
Make sure that the DUT is connected to the internet. Initial Android interop setup can be done using the following link.
The below picture is an example of two android phones (resource IDs 10 and 12) clustered to the LANforge in the Port Mgr tab. This is both the radios and mgr port of the phones.
Make sure that the mobile phone devices appear in the Port Mgr tab after intial Android InterOp setup.
Add the details below.
Enter URL to be browsed, source/dest file, select the resource-ID of the phone, and enable the Real Browser option, mention URLs per 10minutes.
Below are examples of creating cross-connects using resource IDs 10 and 12.
Stats include Total-URLs, URLs/s, UC-Min, UC-Avg, UC-Max and Total ERR.
Total-URLs: URLs processed and in process. This includes passed and failed URLs.
URLs/s: URLs processed per second over the last minute.
UC-Min: Minimum time in milliseconds to complete processing of the URL for requests made in the last 30 seconds.
UC-Avg: Average time in milliseconds to complete processing of the URL for the last 100 requests.
UC-Max: Maximum time in milliseconds to complete processing of the URL for requests made in the last 30 seconds.
Total ERR: Total failed URLs.
Observed below are 16 failed URLs.
Download any HTML page and place the .html page in the html directory: /usr/local/lanforge/nginx/html/ .
As you can see from the image below, CandelaTechnologies.html was placed in the /usr/local/lanforge/nginx/html/ path.
Next, create a Layer4-7 cross-connect and fill out the boxes with the information given below.