Capturing HTTP with Fiddler as a Reverse Proxy

My colleague on the ACE Performance Team, Vitaliy Konev, recently posted a blog post and video discussing how to set up Fiddler on a web server as a reverse proxy.  This is how you would capture HTTP traffic when you are not using a web browser client and you are also unable to configure the end-system to use Fiddler as a proxy.

The video and walkthrough goes through setting up Fiddler on the server, capturing the traffic (adding neXpert steps along the way), and then creating a VSTS web test using the Fiddler capture.

Check it out!

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Comments (1)

  1. vsha041 says:

    Thanks for the post. This worked perfectly for me.