I configured my Jboss monitor and indicated a hostname. But I got an error when I checked the connection status. In the error, I see this address "127.0.0.1" instead of my server IP. Why is Neoload doing that?
NeoLoad uses JMX (Java Management Extension) to monitor a Jboss server.
After the first connection using the IP address that you have set in the monitor settings, Jboss might send back the loopback address "127.0.0.1".
This address will be then used for the rest of the connection and it will fail since it's not the correct target address. It mostly happens when Jboss is under Linux.
You have to modify the "/etc/hosts" file in the Jboss server in order to have something like that:
hostname 127.0.0.1 localhost
For more information, see "Jboss" under "Web/EJB Tier" section in NeoLoad documentation.