Test Case

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Version 2.1
Created on 27/09/2002 12:23:41  by Muralidharan Seshadri
Last modified on  14/12/2015 17:04:26  by y_amenomiya
Summary
Preconditions
Status:   New
Priority:   Medium
BASIC INFORMATION
Section:S/W Test Require attachment:No
Team:Network Group:Power Management
Lessons Learned:No Phase:SIT
Locations:Inhouse: AWS and Cambridge, Inhouse: AWS, Inhouse: Cambridge, Compal, Flextronics, Quanta, Wistron Owned By:Eiji Ogata/LENOVO
Objective:To verify all the wake on settings of network adapters with power management functions
CRITERIA

All wake on setting functions should work fine.

No system degradation and system malfunction.

EUT QUANTITY

One system

EQUIPMENT

PPA Networking facilities.

Critical Attribute:[0] : ETN - Ethernet

CONFIGURATION
REFERENCE PROCEDURE

Note :

1. Update the EEPROM utility for Gigabit Ethernet and 10/100Mbps ethernet.

2. Install the correct driver for Gigabit ethernet and 10/100Mbps ethernet.

3. Read Build Letter for procedure/restrictions.

4. Perform this test in Standlone and Docking station configuration.

[UR-03279AP]

1. Go to Device Manager

2. Open the properties of NIC which needs to be tested.

3.Select Power Management TAB.

(If there is no Power Management tab exist. That NIC does not support ACPI WOL or the possible problem.

Check the ACPI WOL support on that system.)

4. Check "Allow this device to bring the computer out of standby" option.

Also, check "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" option.

Applicable for Intel and Broadcom Ethernet Adapters:

5.Go to Advanced tab.

6. Under Property, choose option Wake on Link Settings, change Value to Forced(Intel) / Enable(Broadcom) (Default value is Disabled).

7.Under Property, choose option Wake on Settings, change Value to Wake on Magic and Directed.

8.Click OK.

NOTE:

In BIOS code, enable/disable of wake is controlled by O/S in ACPI mode &

user must set enable/disable WOL from S3/S4 with O/S tool in the Network Driver

Property.Disabling the WOL in the BIOS setting is valid only with S5 (PXE Wake

STATISTIC INFO
Operating System Win81-64bit Win81-32bit Win10-32bit Win10-64bit Win7- 64bit Win7- 32bit Total
Test Points
Duration
Workload
# Step actions Win81-64bitWin81-32bitWin10-32bitWin10-64bitWin7- 64bitWin7- 32bit
1 Test using WinWake AAAAAA
2 Wake-on-Lan Verification with BIOS AAAAAA
DETAILS
ATTENTION!! Please follow below information.
1. Please check Error and Warning message in Event Viewer before you start the test case and after you complete the test case, and report it to your team lead, then arrange to open defect, if needed.

2. Perform All Test in Battery Mode (Some of the test items need to perform in AC Mode, follow each Test Case).

3. All Test Activity should be performed with AMT Enabled as Default (applicable on vPro enabled systems).

4. Please check Usability / Cosmetic issues (correct sentence/appropriate display/etc.) and open defect, if needed.

UR-2499

Note :

1. Update the EEPROM utility for Gigabit Ethernet and 10/100Mbps ethernet.

2. Install the correct driver for Gigabit ethernet and 10/100Mbps ethernet.

3. Read Build Letter for procedure/restrictions.

4. Perform this test in Standlone and Docking station configuration.

For Windows 7, to Enable Wake for Link or Wake On LAN in S4 , Enable Wake times on battery is required.

1. Start Windows 7 -> Control Panel -> Power Options

2. Click on Change Plan settings

3. Click on Change advanced power settings

4. Change setting, Sleep -> Allow wake times -> On battery -> Enable

5.Go to Device Manager>Ethernet driver>Power Management

6.Check/Enable "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power

7.Check/Enable "Allow this device to wake the computer"

8.Check "Only allow a magic packet to wake the computer"

9.Enter BIOS(f1)>Config>Network>Wake on LAN

10.Set the WOL

11.Save config then boot to OS

(Ref. ECR101740, W7:JP Wake on magic packet does not work in S4 Battery mode)

For Windows 7, WOLdoes not work in Battery Mode in S4 state with BIOS Settings AC and Battery.

(Ref. ECR166870 RG2:W864:WOL wakes system in DC mode,BIOS set to AC mode)

1. Go to Device Manager

2. Open the properties of NIC which needs to be tested.

3.Select Power Management TAB.

(If there is no Power Management tab exist. That NIC does not support ACPI WOL or the possible problem.

Check the ACPI WOL support on that system.)

4. Check "Allow this device to bring the computer out of standby" option.

Also, check "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" option.

Applicable for Intel and Broadcom Ethernet Adapters:

5.Go to Advanced tab.

6. Under Property, choose option Wake on Link Settings, change Value to Forced(Intel) / Enable(Broadcom) (Default value is Disabled).

7.Under Property, choose option Wake on Settings, change Value to Wake on Magic and Directed.

8.Click OK.

Reference: ECR111252 W7:WOL Client boots to network automatically after wake from hibernate

NOTES:

In BIOS code, enable/disable of wake is controlled by O/S in ACPI mode &

user must set enable/disable WOL from S3/S4 with O/S tool in the Network Driver

Property.Disabling the WOL in the BIOS setting is valid only with S5 (PXE Wake

BIOS setup has two options for WOL; one is to enable WOL only for AC and the other is for AC+DC.

When only AC is selected in BIOS setup, it works only with AC.

When AC+DC is selected, it works with AC and DC from S3 and S4. But for S4 WOL to work, Windows Task Scheduler must be enabled before testing.

Verify this function for both 10/100 Mbps and 1 Gigabit Ethernet models. Some drivers will have different GUI and properties other than mentioned in the test case. Please verify all the options that comes with the driver/utility.

UR-1179DS / UR-02572SG

Test Item
Result
Win7
Win10 32
Win10 64
Preparation

Install adapter which has ACPI WOL function

Install the latest driver which supports ACPI WOL.

Enable WOL in the network driver property.

Enable the Ethernet adapters Power Management option "Allow this device to bring the computer out of standby"

Plug in Ethernet Cable

Check Network Connection

Take note of network connection IP address

Wake up from Suspend ( S3) - (Ping)

Put system into StandBy mode. Then wake up the system

by Ping command sent from another system

Check Network Connection after resume.

Wake up from Suspend ( S3) (Wake-On-Link)

Unplug the Ethernet cable

Put system into StandBy mode

Plugin the Ethernet cable

System should automatically wakeup

Check Network Connection after resume.

Wake up from Hibernation(S4) - (Ping)

Put system into Hibernation mode. Then wake up the system

by Ping command.

Check Network Connection after resume.

Wake up from Hibernation(S4) - (Wake-On-Link)

Unplug the Ethernet cable

Put system into Hibernation mode

Plugin the Ethernet cable

System should automatically wakeup

Check Network Connection after resume.

Note:

For Windows 7, to Enable Wake for Link or Wake On LAN in S4 , Enable Wake times on battery is required.

(Ref. ECR101740, W7:JP Wake on magic packet does not work in S4 Battery mode

ECR101931:ALL:Wake on Link does not work in S4 battery mode)

Network boot (IBA) test (S5)(G3) LL 01246PA

1. Check the Etnermet MAC address on Test machine, we can see it in BIOS setup menu, and

Enable Wake On LAN in BIOS setting

2. Connect test machine and another machine which has following winwake tool installed via Ethernet (Windows is running on waker machine)

3. Copy winwake.exe to waker machine, and type the following command at command prompt

winwake <MAC Address> press enter << MAC address of the test machine >>

for example, C:\>winwake 0001222233334444

Attachment "Winwake.exe"can be seen at the bottom of the page.

Test Procedure

0.Shut down --> Remove AC adapter --> Attach AC adapter

1.Confirm "Wake On LAN" setting is "Enabled" in BIOS

2. Shutdown Windows

4. Confirm RJ45 cable and AC adapter are attached

5. Send Magic Packet from an another machine

6. Confirm system boots through network [Network PXE boot]

Disable WOL

Disable WOL in Network Driver property and confirm Wake on LAN does not work.

Test using WinWake/ping in Windows XP

- Wake On LAN

1.Check "Allow this device to bring the computer out of standby" in the Power management tab

2.Change "Wake On Setting" to "Wake on Magic & Directed" in Wake On LAN Options

3. Standby system (S3)

4. Ping from another machine

5. System resumes normally and Ethernet can get IP address normally

Note:

Wake on LAN through Ping does not work in Windows 7.

3. Hibernate system(S4)

4. Ping from another machine

5. System resumes normally and Ethernet can get IP address normally

Note:

Wake on LAN through Ping does not work in Windows 7.

3. Standby system(S3)

4. Send Magic packets using "Winwake" from another machine

5. System resumes normally and Ethernet can get IP address normally

3. Hibernate system(S4)

4. Send Magic packets using "Winwake" from another machine

5. System resumes normally and Ethernet can get IP address normally

Test using WinWake in Windows 7 [UR-03161SG]

Wake On LAN

1.Check "Allow this device to bring the computer out of standby" in the Power management tab

2.Change "Wake On Setting" to "Wake on Magic & Directed" in Wake On LAN Options

3. Go to control panel -> Power options

4. Click on change plan settings -> Change advanced power settings and click Apply.

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5. Standby system(S3)

6. Send Magic packets using "Winwake" from another machine

7. System resumes normally and Ethernet can get IP address normally

5. Hibernate system(S4)

6. Send Magic packets using "Winwake" from another machine

7. System resumes normally and Ethernet can get IP address normally

Create a Wake On LAN scheduled task.

1. Start Windows 7

2. Go to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Task Scheduler

3. Start create task scheduler wizard. Put any name

4. Click Trigger; tab and click ;New; button to add trigger. Set any repet schedule (daily, weekly, or Monthly) and select day.

5. Click ;Action; tab and click New; button to add action. Click Browse.. button and select simple program. (e.g.iexplore.exe)

6. Click Conditions and Enable;Wake the computer to run this task;

7. Click ;OK; to create schedule.

8. Click Task Scheduler Library and confirm the new schedule was created.

(Ref.ECR101740, W7:JP Wake on magic packet does not work in S4 Battery mode in sit)

- Networkboot (IBA) test (S5)(G3)

0.Shut down --> Remove AC adapter --> Attach AC adapter

1.Confirm "Wake On LAN" setting is "Enabled" in BIOS

2. Shutdown Windows

4. Confirm RJ45 cable and AC adapter are attached

5. Send Magcig Packet from an another machine

6. System can network boot

Wake-on-Lan Verification with BIOS UR-02572SG

Test Items WOL Expected Results

[UR-03748SG]

Win7
Win10 32
Win10 64
Wake On Lan - Disabled

1. Enter to BIOS setup by pressing F1 button

2. Under Config > Network > Wake On LAN--> Disabled

4. Press F10 to save the settings.

5. Boot to OS

6. Confirm that WOL does not work

Wake On Lan - AC Only

1. Enter to BIOS setup by pressing F1 button

2. Under Config > Network > Wake On LAN--> AC Only

4. Press F10 to save the settings.

5. Boot to OS

6. Confirm that WOL does not work when AC adapter is disconnected

Wake On Lan - AC and Battery

1. Enter to BIOS setup by pressing F1 button

2. Under Config > Network > Wake On LAN--> AC Only

4. Press F10 to save the settings.

5. Boot to OS

6. Confirm that WOL works in AC or Battery Mode with the WOL Testing Results

Expected: WOL does not work in Battery Mode S4 State in the BIOS Settings AC and Battery.

Expected : BIOS options will work in Ping, Wake-on-Link and WinWake, for Windows 7, Wake on LAN does not work in Ping

Ref CMVC: #111838 W7:Wake on Link/Lan not working in Win7 using Realtek ethernet

#111753 WOL function testing is not working in Windows 7 intel ethernet (Permanent Limitation)

Ref: ECR166870 RG2:W864:WOL wakes system in DC mode,BIOS set to AC mode

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BIOS: AC Only

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System with AC attached

S3 - Should WOL

S4 - Should WOL

S5 - Should WOL

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BIOS: AC and Battery

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System with AC attached

S3 - Should WOL

S4 - Should WOL

S5 - Should WOL

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System without AC attached

S3 - Should WOL

S4 - Should Not WOL

S5 - Should Not WOL

OTHER DETAILS

EUT Quantity : One system 1. "Please check Error and Warning message in Event Viewer before you start the test case and after you complete the test case, and report it to your team lead."

2. "Perform All Test in Battery Mode (Some of the test items need to perform in AC Mode, follow each Test Case)" (All Test Activity should be performed with AMT Enabled)

TEMS Reviewer Log:
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Keywords:   None
Requirements :   None
Attached files :
Winwake.exe - Winwake.exe (34304 bytes, ) 07/03/2015

Update History:
Modified last: 2015-12-14 17:04:26.811, by Yoshihiro Amenomiya