This testvar specifies the maximum number of TCP connections created per DHCP client during the scaling tests.
Note: Prior to CDRouter 13.12, this testvar was used to calculate the number of TCP connections created per DHCP client during the scaling tests. Starting with CDRouter 13.12, the scaling tests now use the new scaleTcpConns testvar to determine the total number of TCP connections created across all DHCP clients during these tests with the number of TCP connections created per DHCP client being calculated automatically. For backwards compatibility with older configurations, if scaleTcpConnsPerHost is not set to the special value “auto”, CDRouter will continue to honor its value, ignoring that of scaleTcpConns, and will attempt to run the scaling tests similarly to how they were run prior to CDRouter 13.12. This backwards compatibility functionality is temporary and will be removed in a future release. Users should migrate to the scaleTcpConns testvar as soon as possible by setting scaleTcpConnsPerHost to the special value “auto” and then setting scaleTcpConns to the maximum number of TCP connections which should be created across all DHCP clients during the scaling tests.
This testvar was deprecated in CDRouter 13.12