I try to connect to a SSL site and i want to ignore certificate warnings. Is it possible with gatling ?
I looked at this page :
Thanks for your help
Are you talking about the recorder or the engine?
What’s the problem exactly?
I’m talking about the engine.
I have a https request, if i use this one with RESTClient (firefox) i have a 0 NO RESPONSE. If i open a new tab, go to the url, i have the warning “this is not a trust site, would you like to continue”, i check yes. Then, if i resend my request (still with RESTClient), it works
It works like that on firefox, but it’s different with chrome…
With RESTClient on chrome we can’t overwrite the “Host” header…
I missunderstood my problem.
Now it’s :
Does the “Host” header is overwrite with the real host address in gatling (as in chrome RESTClient)?
I see that the new “Host” header is set in in the request (in the windows console), but is it true ?
i will try wireshark
Sorry, I still don’t understand the problem.
Gatling doesn’t handle Host header for you.
Gatling works well with self signed certificates.
That’s a https communication, every thing is encrypted in wireshark
I will try an other way
Use a proxy such as Charles
Ok, i’m not sure to really understand my problem too
It’s just that, set a “host” header is sometime useless, cause this header is overwrite with the real host of the request in many programs (like Advanced RESTClient chrome), but not always (RESTClient firefox). (maybe i’m wrong, it’s new for me)
Does gatling overwrite this header ? “Gatling doesn’t handle Host header for you.” so i don’t think so
Thanks for trying to help me I will search for understand my problem, and what i really want to do
Just to make sure: is the server using a certificate where the common name (cn) doesn't match the host name you supply?
Glad to hear!
And thanks for your help, Stefan!