Run a Test from a Mobile Device
NV Test Manager has two user interfaces:
The standard UI runs on desktop and laptop computers. It includes the full NV Test Manager functionality, enabling you to create and run all NV tests.
The mobile UI runs on mobile devices. It contains a subset of the full NV Test Manager functionality, enabling you to run tests from your mobile device.
This topic describes how to use the mobile UI.
Access NV Test Manager on your mobile device
To access NV Test Manager on your mobile device, open the following URL:
http://<NV Test Manager IP>:8182/shunra/controller-mobile/
|Tip: You can display the required URL by clicking Mobile UI in NV Test Manager.|
If secured communication was selected when the Network Virtualization components were installed, the URL begins with:
If you used the default port during installation, the port number is 8182.
Tip: When using NV Test Manager on your mobile, it may be necessary to tap the Refresh icon to synchronize the display with changes that have been made in other instances of NV Test Manager.
Create and run a test from a mobile device
When you create a new test from a mobile device, you create a simplified Quick Test. The new test includes only a single flow. The flow includes all network communication between the mobile device and all other IP addresses. You cannot add additional flows to the test. You can specify only whether to capture packets, and the network profile to apply when the test runs. You can select an existing profile or specify a custom profile.
Note: If a test requires transactions, use the desktop version of NV Test Manager to create the transactions and to mark the beginning and the end of the transactions, while you use your mobile device to perform the transactions.
To create and run a test from a mobile device:
Open NV Test Manager on your mobile device, as described above.
- Tap the Create new test button .
In the Test Configuration tab, select whether to capture packets when the test runs.
Set Packet Capture to On if you want to capture network packets when the test runs. Capturing packets enables the test results to be analyzed in depth after the test has been run. For details, see Analyzing Test Results.
- From the Profile list, select an existing network profile, or select Custom to define custom network parameters for the test.
Tap the Run button .
While the test is running, NV Test Manager displays the amount of data that has been sent from the specified client IP address and received by the client IP address. These values are the "Total Client out Throughput" and "Total Client in Throughput" respectively.
View transaction details from a mobile device
You can use NV Test Manager on your mobile device to view the details of the transactions that are included in a test. However, you cannot use a mobile device to create or run transactions – the transactions must be created and run using the standard version of NV Test Manager. For details, see Perform Transactions.
To view transaction details from your mobile device:
- Open the test in NV Test Manager on your mobile device and display the Transactions tab.
- Tap any of the transactions in the test to display the transaction details.
Edit test details from a mobile device
You can use your mobile device to edit the details of a test that you started from your mobile device, or of a Quick Test that has only a single flow; you must use the standard version of NV Test Manager to edit any Advanced Test or a Quick Test that has more than one flow.
To edit test configuration details of a running test from your mobile device:
- Open the running test in NV Test Manager on your mobile device and display the Test Configuration tab.
- Tap the Unlock icon , make the required changes, update the network scenario name, and then tap the Update icon .
Stop a test from a mobile device
You can use your mobile device to stop a running test.
To stop a test from your mobile device:
- Open the test in NV Test Manager on your mobile device.
- Display the list of running tests, select the required test, and tap the Stop button .