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Logo ID 02-C-001764
Approved Date 2018/09/06
Application ID CN-2-C-20180619-000520
Applied Date 2018/06/19
Usage Agreement Agreed
OEM Licensor's Logo ID -
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Target Information Application Phase Phase-2
Test Category Core Protocols
Vendor Name New H3C Techonlogies Co., Ltd
Country CN
Product Name E500 C&D series(E528D-X-PWR, E552D-X-PWR, E528C-X, E552C-X, E528C-X-PWR, E552C-X-PWR, E528C, E552C, E528C-PWR, E552C-PWR)
Product Version Comware V7.1
Product Classification Router
Product Description The H3C E500 C&D series switch is the two tier Gigabit Ethernet switch, which is independently developed by the New H3C Technologies Co.,Ltd (hereinafter referred to as H3C company). It is an intelligent network management switch designed for high performance, high port density and easy to install network environment.
The E500 C&D series Ethernet switch provides 10/100/1000Base-T adaptive Ethernet port or 100/1000Base-X SFP aperture, 10GE SFP+ aperture, and part only support Gigabit uplink. Gigabit access can be provided as an access device, and Gigabit access converging low-end switches can be provided downwards, and a Gigabit or Gigabit fiber or link aggregation can be converged to a large capacity L3 switch.
The E500 C&D Ethernet switch supports innovative IRF (Intelligent ReEIlient Framework, intelligent elastic Architecture) technology. Users can connect up to 9 E500 C&D switches to form a logical independent entity to build a new intelligent network with high reliability, scalability and manageability. It includes the following 10 deliveries:
E528D-X-PWR, E552D-X-PWR, E528C-X, E552C-X, E528C-X-PWR, E552C-X-PWR, E528C, E552C, E528C-PWR, E552C-PWR,their difference lies in the number and type of physical ports
Vendor's Note
    Note 1:

##About ROUTER.NetBSD and HOST.OpenBSD##

When NetBSD or OpenBSD act as the target, and receive ICMPv6 Echo Requests with 1500 bytes,they response and fragment ICMPv6 Echo Replies within MTU 1280 bytes.

Note 2:

##About 1.6.A.OpenBSD##

For the reason mentioned in Note 1, we exchange the direction of ping in 1.6.A.OpenBSD. That is ping from OpenBSD(TAR-Host1)to REF-Host2(FreeBSD). We use the command "ping6 -mm" to force OpenBSD sending ICMPv6 Echo Requests without fragmenting.

Note 3:

##About 1.6.B.NetBSD##

We exchange the direction of ping in 1.6.B.NetBSD step 13.That is ping from NetBSD(TAR-Router2) to REF-Host1. We use the command "ping6 -mm" to force NetBSD sending ICMPv6 Echo Requests without fragmenting.

Note 4:

##About 1.6.D.OpenBSD##

We exchange the order of ping in 1.6.D.OpenBSD. That is first ping from OpenBSD(TAR-Host1) to our device(TAR-Router1), then ping from our device to OpenBSD, in this way we can observe the Packet Too Big message for our device and for OpenBSD. We use the command "ping6 -mm" to force OpenBSD sending ICMPv6 Echo Requests without fragmenting.

Test Information Test Specification 4.0.7
Interoperability Test Scneario 4.0.4
Information for Series of Product
1 Vendor Name FreeBSD
Device Name FreeBSD
Version 7.0-Release
2 Vendor Name OpenBSD
Device Name OpenBSD
Version 4.3 Generic#698 i386
1 Vendor Name NetBSD
Device Name NetBSD
Version 4.0.1-Release
2 Vendor Name Fedora9
Device Name Fedora9
Version 2.6.25-14.fc9.i686
Target supporting
Advanced Functions:
o Transmitting Echo Requests(Passive Node)
- Configuring Multicast Packet Size
- Multicast Routing(Router Only)
- RFC 4191 Type C Host(Host Only)
- Duplicate Overlapping Fragments
- Beyond Scope of Source Address(Router Only)
- Tracking Connections for ICMPv6
- Router Advertisement DNS (Host Only)