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CN-2-C-20130425-000260

Logo ID 02-C-000987
Approved Date 2013/05/28
Application ID CN-2-C-20130425-000260
Applied Date 2013/04/25
Usage Agreement Agreed
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Target Information Application Phase Phase-2
Test Category Core Protocols
Vendor Name Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Country CN
Product Name 6LoWSN Stack
Product Version V1.0
Product Classification Host
Product Description 6LoWSN Stack is a low-power lightweight IPv6 stack for sensor networks.
Vendor's Note
    1.In Test IP6Interop.1.6 Path MTU discovery and Fragment Mention, the first ping does not succeed while the NUT performing NS/NA. It is acceptable since the examiner confirmed by captured packets that NUT is performing NS/NA and following ping succeeded.
2.In Test IP6Interop.1.2 Part B, the NUT's Link-Local Address couldn't be set manually, so the test procedure is changed as followed,and the test procedure of 1.2.D was similar with 1.2.B
(1) TAR-Host2 configures the address of TAR-Host1.
(2) Enable TAR-Host2 first.
(3) Enable TAR-Host1.
(4) Addresses are duplicated
(5) Transmit Echo Request to the address of TAR-Host1.
(6) Delete the address of TAR-Host1 and TAR-Host2.
(7) Enable TAR-Host1 first.
(8) Enable TAR-Host2.
(9) Configure that TAR-Host2 acquires the address of TAR-Host1.
(10) Addresses are duplicated
(11) Transmit Echo Request to the address of TAR-Host1.
Test Information Test Specification 4.0.6
Interoperability Test Scneario 4.0.4
Information for Series of Product
Interoperable
Devices
Router
1 Vendor Name Ubuntu Project
Device Name Ubuntu 7.10
Version 2.6.15-26
2 Vendor Name The KAME Project
Device Name KAME on FreeBSD 5.4-RELEASE
Version kame-20060116-freebsd54-snap
Host
1 Vendor Name The FreeBSD Project
Device Name FreeBSD
Version 7.1-RELEASE-p15
2 Vendor Name USAGI Project
Device Name USAGI
Version usagi-linux26-s20060327
Target supporting
Advanced Functions:
- Transmitting Echo Requests or configuring packet size (Passive Node)
- Multicast Routing
- MTU Configuration
- RFC 4191 Type C Host
- Duplicate Overlapping Fragments