IPv6 Grinder support?

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IPv6 Grinder support?

Ratnesh Joshi

Hello, I am running an IPv6 PoC as we are using the Grinder Load tool to throw load between a http client and a http webserver and Java app.


I was trying to establish if Grinder supports IPv6 addresses and if so how would you implement this type of addressing into the tool instead of the host name?


We are trying to test IPv6 translation and dual stack addressing of both IPv4 and IPv6 at the same time, but not sure if Grinder would be able to cope with this?


I Found this to specify in Java the interface



starting java with -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true


I assume there is an equivalent to specify IPv6stack ?


We plan on using two dedicated instances of Grinder to carry out testing 1 for IPv4 the other for IPv6 , so any support/ answers would be appreciated.



Nash Joshi


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