Home Networking Test Suites

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Conformance

Status
Draft (Active)
Revision
04
Testing Days Needed
1 day
Last Modified
2015-08-24
Abstract
This test plan may be used to verify conformance of a CPE's data model to the requirements defined in TR-106.
Status
Fully Documented (Active)
Revision
1.0
Testing Days Needed
5 days
Last Modified
2012-10-01
Abstract
The Broadband Forum TR-069 Conformance Test Plan (IR-069) defines a suite of test cases to verify the conformance of an CPE's implementation of the TR-069 base protocol. This test plan is used for the Broadband Forum's TR-069 CPE Certification Program, where CPE achieving passing results on all mandatory and conditional test cases may receive the BBF.069 Certification Mark.
Status
Fully Documented (Active)
Revision
1.0.1
Testing Days Needed
5 days
Last Modified
2016-07-11
Abstract
This test specification is currently under public review. This suite of tests is intended to help implementers evaluate the functionality of their products that support Basic Requirements for IPv6 Customer Edge Routers as per RFC 7084.
Status
Fully Documented (Active)
Revision
4.06
Testing Days Needed
10 days
Last Modified
2010-08-16
Abstract
This is a converged test suite that covers multiple RFCs to test IPv6 implementations. This test suite can be used to apply for a IPv6 Ready Logo Phase 2 for the Core Protocols. This suite of tests is also intended to help implementers evaluate the functionality of their products that support IPv6. The following IETF documents are covered: RFC 2460, RFC 4861, RFC 4862, RFC 4443, RFC 5095 and RFC 1981.
Status
Under Development
Revision
1.0
Testing Days Needed
5 Days
Last Modified
2017-01-18
Abstract
Testing the MUST from RFC 6092 (Recommended Simple Security Capabilities in Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) for Providing Residential IPv6 Internet Service)

Interoperability

Status
Draft (Active)
Revision
11
Testing Days Needed
2 weeks
Last Modified
2015-11-09
Abstract
This test plan verifies interoperability of a CPE with an ACS through use cases.
Status
Fully Documented (Active)
Revision
1.0.2
Testing Days Needed
5 days
Last Modified
2016-01-13
Abstract
This suite of tests is intended to help implementers evaluate the functionality of their products that support Basic Requirements for IPv6 Customer Edge Routers as per RFC 7084.
Status
Fully Documented (Active)
Revision
4.0.4
Testing Days Needed
5 days
Last Modified
2010-03-24
Abstract
This is a converged test suite that covers multiple RFCs to test IPv6 implementations. This test suite can be used to apply for a IPv6 Ready Logo Phase 2 for the Base Specification Protocols. This suite of tests is also intended to help implementers evaluate the functionality of their products that support IPv6. The following IETF documents are covered: RFC 2460, RFC 4861, RFC 4862, RFC 4291, RFC 4443, RFC 5095 and RFC 1981.

Key

Fully Documented
Draft