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How to simulate the test in PC for each iteration as if from a new machine

Hello!
We have to do a performance test where in for each iteration it should be treated as if the user is coming from a different machine/locationn so that the challenge questions are asked each time even though the user is same
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Re: How to simulate the test in PC for each iteration as if from a new machine

You may use IP Spoofing. You may need to know how the server identifies the client as different and implement accordingly.
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Re: How to simulate the test in PC for each iteration as if from a new machine

Hello Madan - Thanks for the reply.
We always use the ipspoofing irrespective of any unique testing requirements. Can you please tell me whet are the various ways to make it happen accordingly the way server treats different for each client. If the server identifies the client with IP then Ipspoofing would work , but what if for other ways , can you help?
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Re: How to simulate the test in PC for each iteration as if from a new machine

I'm not sure how your server identifies the client. I cannot comment as the implementations varies depending on application/technologies used.
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Re: How to simulate the test in PC for each iteration as if from a new machine

how ur loadbalancer works??? do u hv any idea???
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