Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1253812
tcp-throughput test fails
Last modified: 2017-04-18 22:48:40 EDT
Using a wlan device which passes other wireless tests, the tcp-throughput test fails with "connection refused"
occurred in several test runs within the same lab environment, which is used for hardware testing of wlan.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. create a working wireless environment with separate LTS and SUT
2. run the wireless tests over the wlan connection between LTS and SUT
3. check results of tcp-throughput test
testing bandwidth to $host
Using 2 threads:
bw_tcp errors: socket connection: Connection refused
"bw_tcp -P 2 -m 1m $host" has output on stderr
Successful, passing result. There are no known problems with the wifi environment and other tests pass.
Was redhat-certification-hardware installed on wlan-r2s16.wlan.rhts.eng.bos.redhat.com? It looks as though it wasn't. It's needed for the server-end of "bw_tcp" to be running.
yes, redhat-certification-hardware was installed on all systems. That doesn't appear to be related to the bug.