hi, a couple of comments/ideas

- I see you mention $ip. Could it be simply a typo instead of ${ip} ?
- What's currently selected in "Source address type" ?
- Are you sure your email from 9/15/16 was sent? It is quoted in your
reply, but I haven't seen it on the mailing list.
Because of that, it is unclear (at least to me) if your problem is now to
use IPv6 addresses, or that the same IP address is used for all the requests
- Attachments are filtered list by the mailing list. You might want to
upload the screenshot somewhere and provide a link

Best regards

On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 8:31 AM, BL Sreekanth <sre...@pulsesecure.net>

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

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