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What are the test profile configurations?

Firewall profiles

Following tables presents the open ports for every firewall profile:

No Firewall

All ports are open

FW – HTTP and HTTPS Allowed

Management ports
Secured remote connection to the machine TCP 22
Agents’ management port TCP 2376
VNC connection for tests scripts’ debugging TCP 5900-5904
Activity ports
DNS outbound TCP and UDP 53
Browsing and WebRTC communication traffic HTTPS: TCP 443
 HTTP: TCP 80

FW – HTTPS Allowed

Management ports

Secured remote connection to the machine TCP 22
Agents’ management port TCP 2376
VNC connection for tests scripts’ debugging TCP 5900-5904
Activity ports
DNS outbound TCP and UDP 53
Browsing and WebRTC communication traffic HTTPS: TCP 443

FW – Baseline

In this profile, only ports that are required for the agent operation are open. Additional ports should be opened in the test script by using the Personal Network Profile Configuration

Management ports

Secured remote connection to the machine TCP 22
Agents’ management port TCP 2376
VNC connection for tests scripts’ debugging TCP 5900-5904
Activity ports
DNS outbound TCP and UDP 53

Network profiles

Profile Bandwidth
Latency
Packet loss
No throttling No limitation 0 0%
Call Drop 50 Kbps 500ms 20%
DSL 8 Mbps 40ms 0.5%
Very Bad Network 1 Mbps 500ms 10%
Wifi 30 Mbps 40ms 0.2%
Wifi High packet loss 30 Mbps 40ms 5%
2.5G Regular 150 Kbps 200ms 3%
3G Regular 750 Kbps 250ms 1.5%
3G poor 400 Kbps 350ms 5%
4G Regular 4 Mbps 0 2%
4G Poor 4 Mbps 350ms 5%
4G Unstable 4 Mbps 500ms 10%
4G High Latency 4 Mbps 600ms 0.2%
4G High Packet Loss 4 Mbps  5ms 20%
50% Packet Loss 40 Mbps 10ms 50%

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