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RTE on Linux LG's

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We're trying to run an RTE protocol test from a Linux load generator. It would appear that it's not supported. Can anyone tell us why it's not supported, and if there is another way of testing this protocol using Linux load generators?

We are considering using a Java vuser to write an RTE client, is this even possible?

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Re: RTE on Linux LG's

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RTE protocol in LR use the windows version of Ericom PowerTerm that supports many terminal types, includins secure telnet and ssh. The linux version is not supported because the API used is only available on Windows.

If you are a java developer it may be possible to implement a terminal emulation client, the complexity depends of what type of terminal do you want to use.

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Re: RTE on Linux LG's

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RTE protocol in LR use the windows version of Ericom PowerTerm that supports many terminal types, includins secure telnet and ssh. The linux version is not supported because the API used is only available on Windows.

If you are a java developer it may be possible to implement a terminal emulation client, the complexity depends of what type of terminal do you want to use.

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