Any updates on how to address this issue.
How do I ensure that I send requests from my client’s IPv6 address instead of 
IPv4 address?


On 9/15/16, 4:55 PM, "BL Sreekanth" <sre...@pulsesecure.net> wrote:

    I created a csv file with values for username and ip and specified the file 
in csv data set config 
    The idea is, for each request the source ip address and username should be 
    I ran the script and could see that the script is taking the username 
properly but ip address is not.
    The same ip address is being used for all the user requests. 
    How I do ensure each request has a different source Ip address. I 
configured the NIC with multiple ip address and also configured each HTTP 
request to use $ip variable. (Screenshots attached)
    Still I can’t get each request to use a different source ip. Please let me 
know if any other settings are required 
    On 9/13/16, 8:15 PM, "BL Sreekanth" <sre...@pulsesecure.net> wrote:
        Thank you for the response. I could see the source address option now. 
Can I specify ip address range here ?
        On 9/13/16, 7:05 PM, "Antonio Gomes Rodrigues" <ra0...@gmail.com> wrote:
            Source address are now in advanced tab of the HTTP sampler
            2016-09-13 15:26 GMT+02:00 BL Sreekanth <sre...@pulsesecure.net>:
            > Hi,
            > I have installed jmeter 3.0 r1743807 on windows 7. I don’t see 
the source
            > address option in HTTP sampler. Do I need to buy any license to 
enable it ?
            > My requirement is to send multiple requests to a web server where 
            > request has a different source ip address, preferably IPv6
            > Thanks,
            > Sreekanth.

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