iSCSI Test Suites

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IOL

Conformance

Status
Fully Documented (Partially Implemented)
Revision
3.0
Testing Days Needed
2 days
Last Modified
2015-11-20
Abstract
To verify that the DUT adheres to RFC 7143 regarding the negotiation of key=value pairs during Login Phase.
Notes
Previous versions of this test suite include: v0.1, v1.0, v1.1, v1.2, v2.1, v2.2
Status
Fully Documented (Partially Implemented)
Revision
3.0
Testing Days Needed
5 days
Last Modified
2015-11-20
Abstract
To verify that parameters from the Login Phase are correctly used during the Full Feature Phase according to the rules defined in RFC 7143.
Notes
Previous versions of this test suite include: v0.1, v1.0, v1.1, v1.2, v2.0, v2.1
Status
Fully Documented (Active)
Revision
3.1
Testing Days Needed
2 days
Last Modified
2016-05-17
Abstract
To verify that iSCSI targets implementing security using CHAP properly adhere to the rules defined in RFC 3720. This version of the test suite includes changes due to the iSCSI Corrections and Clarifications Document.
Notes
Previous versions of this test suite include: v0.1, v1.0, v1.1, v2.0
Status
Fully Documented (Partially Implemented)
Revision
2.1
Testing Days Needed
5 days
Last Modified
2010-01-13
Abstract
Examines how iSCSI targets respond to different error scenarios and that targets adhere to the rules defined in the iSCSI Standard RFC 3720 and the iSCSI Corrections and Clarifications RFC 5048.
Notes
Previous versions of this test suite include: v0.1, v0.2, v2.0
Status
Fully Documented (Partially Implemented)
Revision
3.0
Testing Days Needed
2 days
Last Modified
2015-11-20
Abstract
To verify that the DUT adheres to RFC 7143 defined rules regarding the negotiation of key=value pairs during Login Phase.
Notes
Previous versions of this test suite include: v0.1, v1.0, v1.1, v1.2, v2.0
Status
Fully Documented (Partially Implemented)
Revision
3.1
Testing Days Needed
5 days
Last Modified
2015-12-03
Abstract
To verify that parameters from the Login Phase are correctly used during the Full Feature Phase according to the rules defined in iSCSI Standard RFC 7143.
Notes
Previous versions of this test suite include: v0.1, v1.0, v1.1, v1.2, v1.3, v1.4, v2.0, v2.1, v3.0
Status
Fully Documented (Active)
Revision
3.1
Testing Days Needed
2 days
Last Modified
2016-05-17
Abstract
To verify that iSCSI initiators implementing security using CHAP properly adhere to the rules defined in the iSCSI Standard RFC 3720 and the iSCSI Corrections and Clarifications RFC 5048.
Notes
Previous versions of this test suite include: v0.1, v0.2, v2.0

Interoperability

Status
Fully Documented (Active)
Revision
3.0
Testing Days Needed
5 days
Last Modified
2016-05-17
Abstract
The test outlines how to test iSCSI Initiators and Targets in multi-vendor multi-target setups.
Notes
Previous versions of this test suite include: v1.0, v1.1, v1.2
Status
Fully Documented (Active)
Revision
1.0
Testing Days Needed
5
Last Modified
2008-07-21
Abstract
iSNS as specified in IETF RFC 4171 is a method for having iSNS Clients register certain information about themselves with an iSNS Server. This allows iSCSI Initiator iSNS clients to get the necessary information from a common server to log into iSCSI Target iSNS clients. This test suite is designed to check interoperability, from an iSNS perspective, between an iSNS Server, an iSCSI Target supporting iSNS, and an iSNS Initiator supporting iSNS.
Notes
Certain tests may not be applicable depending on the nature of the DUT.

Key

Fully Documented
Draft