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PH-2-C-20111207-000116

Logo ID 02-C-000723
Approved Date 2012/01/17
Application ID PH-2-C-20111207-000116
Applied Date 2011/12/07
Usage Agreement Agreed
OEM Licensor's Logo ID -
Note
    Information update: The product name changed from SolidDNS to  SolidOS.    
Target Information Application Phase Phase-2
Test Category Core Protocols
Vendor Name InfoWeapons Corporation
Country PH
Product Name (original) SolidDNS
Product Version (original) 5.2
Product Description (original) A DNS-DHCP server appliance that provides both standard and advanced DNS service, including DNSSEC, DHCPv4/v6, and ENUM to any size network. Managed primarily using a graphical Web UI, it also has a CLI and Application Programming Interface (API) to allow administration via custom-made web, desktop, and mobile applications. All interfaces use SSL/TLS, with certificate-based strong-client authentication for fully secure remote administration. The appliance is based on a hardened BSD variant Operating System and fully supports both IPv4 and IPv6 (dual stack).
Product Name SolidOS
Product Version 8.2
Product Classification Host
Product Description SolidOS is InfoWeapons core OS platform based on FreeBSD that fully supports dual-stack network subsystem and that is configurable as IPv6 host or IPv6 router. This platform is used across InfoWeapons' products.
Vendor's Note
    This is the latest version of SolidDNS. Once approved, we intend to keep the original Logo ID of this product, which is 02-C-000272.
    
Test Information Test Specification 4.0.6
Interoperability Test Scneario 4.0.4
Information for Series of Product
Interoperable
Devices
Router
1 Vendor Name Kame Project
Device Name Kame on FreeBSD 5.4 RELEASE
Version snap-20100301
2 Vendor Name NetBSD Project
Device Name NetBSD
Version 5.0.2 RELEASE
Host
1 Vendor Name Fedora Project
Device Name Fedora 9
Version 2.6.25-14.fc9.i686
2 Vendor Name OpenBSD Project
Device Name OpenBSD
Version 4.6 RELEASE
Target supporting
Advanced Functions:
o Transmitting Echo Requests or configuring packet size (Passive Node)
- Multicast Routing
- MTU Configuration
- RFC 4191 Type C Host
- Duplicate Overlapping Fragments