Network Profile Manager dialog box
This dialog box enables you to set up network profiles for your load generator. For each profile, you can enable communication over a firewall, and/or via the LoadRunner Data Hub. You can also customize the ports used by the load generator and the MI Listener.
Do one of the following:
User interface elements are described below:
Allows you to manage the profiles in the list.
Add a new profile.
Delete the selected profile.
Clone the selected profile.
Set the selected profile as default.
Import a previously saved profile.
Export the selected profile to a file for future use.
|Network Profile Name||A list of all of the defined profiles.|
|Data Hub Settings||
Data Hub Profile: When you enable this option, Controller communicates with load generators via the Data Hub. For details, see LoadRunner Data Hub and Web Connector setup.
Transfer files over TCP: (Enabled by default) When this option is enabled, LoadRunner Professional's preferred file transfer method is via direct TCP connection for greater efficiency.
To transfer files over TCP, the Transfer all files to remote hosts before running scenario option must be enabled in Controller: Select Tools > Options, and in the Runtime File Storage tab, enable Transfer all files to remote hosts before running scenario.
|Cloud Settings||Enable the Cloud Profile option, for network profiles that are used with cloud-based load generators.|
|Proxy Settings > Use proxy||
Allows you to access a load generator through a proxy server.
Use the default HTTP proxy settings.
Use custom proxy server. Specify the URL, port, and credentials for the proxy server.
Note: LoadRunner Professional supports basic and NTLM proxy authentication.
Indicates how to connect to the LoadRunner Agent.
|Enable SSL Support||
Enables a secure connection between Controller and load generator. This is enabled automatically when using a proxy.
|Enable IPv6 Support||
Supported from version 2022 R2.
Enables communication with load generator or MI Listener machines in IPv6 format. When enabled, Controller resolves the host name to IPv6.