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Use of netperf with 4.2 JellyBean?

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I am having problem running netperf in 4.2 JB. The netserver host is a different computer. The test seems to start ok but the netperf client times out waiting for the server to acknowledge the connection. From Wireshark it appears the ACK was sent.

Does netperf need to be run as "system"?

posted Sep 11, 2014 by anonymous

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