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Le 16/08/2010 19:20, Rick Jones a écrit :
> Klein Stéphane wrote:
>> I've two computer :
>> * A : it's a server with a firewall
>> * B : an computer on internet
>> I've installed netserver on host A.
>> I use netperf on host B.
>> On host B, I launch :
>> $ netperf -H host_A_address_IP
>> If I stop the firewall on host A, all work great.
>> It isn't work when firewall is enabled.
>> In filewall rules, I've opened default netserver port : 12865
>> host A have full access to internet.
>> Where is the problem ? Can you help me ?
>> It's exactly the same issue than
>> There are no answer to this last question.
>> Other information : host A is a Debian and Firewall is configured
>> with Shorewall
>> Thanks for your help.
> The normal flow of a netperf test is that netperf establishes a
> control connection to port 12865 on the system running netserver, then
> passes setup information to the netserver via the control connection.
> The netserver then does some setup and passes further information back
> to netperf over the control connection - in particular the port number
> for the "data" connection - and then netperf connects to netserver at
> that port number. Netperf is always the side initiating connections.
> Now, there is a way to get netperf to use fixed port numbers for the
> data connection - there should be something about that in either the
> test-specific -h output, or in the online docs:
> where the test-specific -H and -L options are discussed.
> happy benchmarking,
Thanks, with your answer, I found the solution.
On my firewall (shorewall), I defined this rules (/etc/shorewall/rules) :
ACCEPT net $FW tcp 12865
ACCEPT net $FW tcp 12866
next on my external host (net), I do :
$ netperf -H 192.168.1.14 -p 12865 -t TCP_STREAM -- -P 12866
This work great !
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