Running tcptest

During the initial setup, use the tcptest command to determine if the TCP/IP interface is operating properly. Before you run the tcptest command, you must define a data source. For more information, see the table in dbutility Commands. An example of the test is shown below:

E:\>dbutility tcptest demodb 111.222.33.444 5555 100 1000
11:49:10 DATABridge Client version 6.1.0.0 [OCI/Oracle]
11:49:10 Copyright (C) 2010 by Attachmate Corporation
11:49:14 Connecting to 111.222.33.444, port 5555
11:49:16 TCP_Test: len=100, count=1000
11:49:17 Bytes Processed 100.00 KB of DMSII data in 1.000 secs, throughput = 100.00 KB/sec
11:49:17 Bytes Received 112.00 KB in 1.000 secs, total throughput = 112.00 KB/sec
11:49:17 TCP/IP_time = 0.841 secs, (84.10% of total time)
11:49:17 TCP Test completed successfully