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Version 2
Created on 02/02/2010 16:34:06  by PSI_PA_NW_Japan
Summary
Preconditions
Status:   New
Priority:   Medium
BASIC INFORMATION
Section:S/W Test Require attachment:No
Team:Network Group:Test Coverage
Lessons Learned:No Phase:FVT
Locations:Inhouse: AWS and Cambridge, Inhouse: AWS, Inhouse: Cambridge, Compal, Flextronics, Quanta, Wistron Owned By:Eiji Ogata/LENOVO
Objective:To verify the functioalitiy of WWAN adapter
CRITERIA
Successful WWAN connection
No performance degradation / system malfunction
EUT QUANTITY
Two systems
EQUIPMENT
PA Networking facilities , Necessary SIM cards
Critical Attribute:[0] : WLS - Wireless

CONFIGURATION
REFERENCE PROCEDURE
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 Installation/Uninstallation Test AAAAAA
2 Basic Verification Test AAAAAA
3 Access Connections: WWAN Profile Creation/Connection AAAAAA
4 Access Connections: Power Management AAAAAA
5 Access Connections: Profile Connectivity with Hotkey & Software Switch [applicable only for the systems where HW switch is NOT supported] AAAAAA
6 Access Connections: Profile Switching AAAAAA
7 Lenovo Mobile Broadband Activate AAAAAA
8 Application Co-existence AAAAAA
9 VPN Connectivity AAAAAA
10 GPS with Wireless WAN Device behavior in Device Manager 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.

Test Items
Must
Minor
Full
Results
Remarks
Chg
Using AC
1. Installation
Win7 32
Win7 64
1.1 Clean install
X
1.2 From previous driver
X
1.3 From current driver
X
1.4 Silent install X
2. Online Mode
2.1 Wireless Radio On/Off
2.1 Fn+F5
X
2.2 WWAN Device Power On/Off (using utility)
X
2.3 LED
The link "Database 'WWAN Development', View '??????', Document 'LED Indication Test'" has been extracted

The link "Database 'WWAN Development', View '??????', Document 'LED behavior'" has been extracted

2.3.a OFF (Disabled)
2.3.b STEADY ON (Ready to Connect-Service Detected)
2.3.d STEADY ON (Transmitting/Receiving)
X
2.4 Standby/Resume
2.4.a While connected
2.4.b While disconnected
2.5.c After turning radio off
X
2.5 Hibernate/Resume
2.5.a While connected
2.5.b While disconnected
2.5.c After turning radio off
X
2.6 Idle test
X
3. Off-line Mode
3.1. Suspend/Resume Fn+F4 with XXXX open/close
3.1.a Device Powered up
3.1.b Device Powered down
X
3.2. Timer Suspend/Resume with XXXX open/close (x10)
3.2.a Device Powered up
3.2.b Device Powered down
3.3. Hibernate/Resume with XXXX open/close (x5)
3.3.a Device Powered up
3.3.b Device Powered down
X
3.4. Timer Hibernate/Resume with XXXX open/close (x10)
3.4.a Device Powered up
3.5 Successive ON/OFF of WL Radio (x10)
3.6 Power Manager and Intel C3/C5 Residency
The link "Database 'Wireless LAN Related Document', View '????(A)', Document 'Power Management Test for WWAN Devices (Tosa, Akita, Karafuto)'" has been extracted

The link "Database 'Wireless LAN Related Document', View '????(A)', Document 'Intel C3 Residency Monitor'" has been extracted
X
3.7 Device Availability through Fn+F5
X
3.8 MS Bootvis (XP)
The link "Database 'Wireless LAN Related Document', View '????(A)', Document 'How to Test using MS Bootvis for MS Compliance'" has been extracted
/ Power Test (Vista)
The link "Database 'Wireless LAN Related Document', View '????(A)', Document 'How to use Power Test tool for Vista MS Compliance'" has been extracted

3.8.a S3 (suspend/resume)
3.8.b S4 (hibernate/resume)
3.9 Check Sleep state
The link "Database 'Wireless LAN Related Document', View '??????', Document 'Command to check sleep state(Akita)'" has been extracted

4. GPS
4.1 Satellite fix
5. Windchill


Limitation/Restriction/Information
Limitation
1. OnSignalStateChange event which will be notified by the driver the signal change in network, Once we receive OnSignalStateChange event Accessconnections wrapper will notify UI modules about the signal change, in this case wrapper did not receive OnSignalStateChange from the driver hence GUI modules was not updated the same info.

Reference Defects:
ECR82649 W7:ACtoolbar & ACWLIcon has NO WWAN signal after resume PM/S5 w/PIN
ECR82282 W7:No WWAN signal show in AC tray afr resume PM/S5 with pin enable

2. Win 7 UI profile is displayed as "Unknown" after connecting in Access Connections in AT&T network. (Permanent Limitation)
Reference: ECR114765, FT:W7:Gobi 4K AT&T shows Device Unknown in Win Native(FR:80%)

3. Using AT&T LTE SIM cards provisioned with phone phone numbers, MSISDN information is not displayed in Access Connections. Only N/A is shown. (Permanent Limitation)
Reference: ECR113942, FT:ALL: Gobi 4K shows MSISDN as NA in AC Connection Status Window

4. Tower icon on AC GUI displays the Provider Name twice with Swisscom and NTT Docomo SIM. (Temporary Limitation)
Reference: ECR108831, FT XP: Provider name"NTT DOCOMO" show twice on Tower

5. Signal Strength of wireless refresh slowly in Accessconnections wireless connections status window (Temporary Limitation)
References: ECR108762, ECR108699, FT All: Signal Strength of wireless refresh slowly in AC

6. PIN Window not prompting when switching to Mobile Broadband tab (Temporary Limitation)
References: ECR110547, ECR113809, W7:AC:SIM Pin Security does not pop-up in AC Main GUI

7. T-Mobile tower has no carrier details when hover mouse. (Temporary Limitation)
ECR111635, WXP:AC:Operator Name is blank in GUI when connctd w/Gobi3K/4K

8. Ericsson WWAN service type show None after disconnect profile (Fixed)
ECR112855, W7: Ericsson WWAN service type show None after disconnect profile
Restriction
Information
1W7: Wrong adapter name and speed shown in Access Connection
per EM7345 spec, 50/100M speed is as design for LTE
Defect Reference:
ECR192659: W7: Wrong adapter name and speed shown in Access Connection, ECR208876: Intel Sierra wrong speed shown in Access Connection
Reason:
Working as design

Reference:
ECR216682 WL2 ALLJP:Sierra EM7345 show English Lang during Install w/t GTWO32WW

Note: Sierra EM7345 driver only supports english language, thus install wizard will only display english language GUI.


Installation/Uninstallation Test
Test Item Check Item / Criteria Limitation / Known restrictions
Installation (Admin Mode)
Note :
1. Before driver installation, update the firmware of the card by following the procedure mention in the firmware release notice.

1. Install WWAN Driver as per the build letter instrutions.
2. Do this for all supported WWAN adapters.
- Check that the installation is successful and no error message during the installation
- Check for the correct driver version and firmware version as mentioned on the build letter
- Check the device manager for the WWAN adapter entries



For Win7:
Device Manager entries for Sierra WWAN:
- EM7345 Sierra Wireless Mobile Broadband Network Adapater

Device Manager entries for Ericsson WWAN:
Network Adapters:
- Ericsson N5321

For W8.1:
Device Manager entries for Ericsson WWAN:
Sensors:
- N5321 gw Mobile Broadband Geolocation Sensor

Sensors:
- Sierra Wireless GNSS Sensor EM7345 4G LTE



Device Confirmation UR-02565SG
1. Check the Device Manager and open the Properties window for each WWAN entry.
2. Open WWAN Properties in Device Manager under 'Modems'.
3. Check Driver Version is same as mentioned in build letter.
4. Go to 'Diagnostics' tab and click Query Modem button.
5. Check that firmware version is same as mentioned in build letter.
6. Check Add/Remove Program if Product Version is same as mentioned in build letter.
7. Do this for all supported WWAN adapters.

Ref: CMVC 92272 ALL: Drever WWAN driver version is wrong in Add/Remove programs
- Make sure that no Yellow Marks appear for the WWAN device.
- Make sure that all information shown for the WWAN device is correct.
- Make sure each property tab appears correctly.
Overwrite/Update Installation
1. Perform overwrite installation for the same driver version.
2. Refer to the build letter for any limitations/restrictions for overwrite installation.
3. Perform update installation from previous version to latest version.
4. Refer to the build letter for any limitations/restrictions for update installation.
5. Do this for all supported WWAN adapters.

Install WWAN Driver as per the build letter instrutions
- Check that the installation is successful
- Check for the correct driver version and firmware version
Uninstallation (Admin Mode)
1. Uninstall WWAN Driver as per the build letter instrutions.
2. Do this for all supported WWAN adapters.
- Check that the uninstallation is successful and no error message appears during uninstallation
Installation and Uninstallation (User Mode)
1. Install the driver in User Mode as per the build letter instructions.
2. Uninstall the driver in User Mode as per the build letter instructions.
3. Do this for all supported WWAN adapters.
- User should not be able to install the driver. Necessary message to be shown.
- User should not be able to uninstall the driver. Necessary message to be shown.

Note:
Admin pop-up is not displayed when Gobi3000 driver package is uninstalled. This is already approved as Help Center Info (ECR86988)
Reference ECR113554, No dialog box pop up to stop GOBI3000 driver uninstall in standard use

Basic Verification Test

Test Item Check Item / Criteria Limitation / Known restrictions
Result
WWAN Device enable/disable function in BIOS
1. Enter to BIOS setup by pressing F1 button
2. Security -> I/O Port Access -> Wireless WAN
3. This will have two options [Enabled, Disabled].
4. Select Enabled option
5. Confirm the functionality of the WWAN device
1. Enter to BIOS setup by pressing F1 button
2. Security -> I/O Port Access -> Wireless WAN
3. This will have two options [Enabled, Disabled].
4. Select Disabled option
5. Confirm that WWAN device cannot be used
Enabled:
- WWAN device should be available on Device Manager, OS
- WWAN device can be configured and connected to Network
- WWAN LED should be ON when WWAN radio is in use

Disabled:
- WWAN device should not be shown on Device Manager, OS
- WWAN LED should always be OFF

Note: For EDGE systems with Software Switch, WLAN/WiMax /WWAN LED is not available
WWAN Device enable/disable function in Device Manager
1. Install WWAN adapter as per the build letter.
2. Disable WWAN adapter in the Device Manager.
3. Make sure that WWAN device is shown as disabled does not disappear in Device Manager.
WWAN device cannot connect to Network.
4. Enable WWAN adapter in Device Manager.
5. Make sure that WWAN device is shown as enabled in Device Manager and can be connected to Network.
Enabled:
- WWAN device should be available and shown as enabled in Device Manager
- WWAN device can be connected to Network

Disabled:
- WWAN device is shown as disabled and should not disapear in Device Manager
- WWAN device cannot be connected to Network
-Ericsson WWAN device will be hidden in Windows XP and Vista when disabled in Device Manager. This is working as designed and the behavior is expected. (Reference:ECR83338 and ECR82503)
WWAN profile using Access Connections1. Create and apply a WWAN profile using Access Connections. Make sure profile is connected successfully.
2. Suspend then resume the system after one minute.
3. Connect the WWAN profile. Make sure profile is connected successfully.

4. LID close then LID open to resume the system after one minute.
5. Connect the WWAN profile. Make sure profile is connected successfully.
4. Hibernate then resume the system after one minute.
5. Connect the WWAN profile. Make sure profile is connected successfully.
6. Restart the system.
7. Connect the WWAN profile. Make sure profile is connected successfully.
8. Shutdown and power on the system after one minute.
9. Connect the WWAN profile. Make sure profile is connected successfully.
10. Repeat steps 2-9 for 5 times.
- The network adapter available for selection should only be:
- Ericsson F3507g Mobile Broadband Minicard Network Adapter for Drever
- Qualcomm Wireless HS-USB Ethernet Adapter 9202 for Awa
- F3607gw Mobile Broadband Driver for Sagamartha

- The adapter's speed should be shown correctly

- Confirm that WWAN profile is able to establish successfull connection to simulator/live network
For Qualcomm AWA and Drever WAN card: [UR-2509]
Global Switch On/OFF Test

1. Turn ON global switch
2. Confirm that the WLAN/WWAN/Bluetooth all works well. Corresponding LEDs should be ON
3. Launch ACWLicon, confirm WAN tab is available.
4. Turn OFF global switch
5. Confirm that the WL/WWAN/Bluetooth are all turned OFF and the corresponding LEDs in OFF state
6. Launch ACWLicon, confirm WAN tab is NOT available.

- Repeat steps 1-4 for 5 times
- Confirm that the GUI matches with the actual data
- WWAN radio must be turned ON / OFF
- No bluescreen or error message
- Confirm all WWAN entries on Device Manager are not present if Global Switch is OFF
- Confirm all WWAN entries on Device Manager are present if Global Switch is ON
-Confirm WAN tab is not available in ACWLicon
During Global Switch OFF, WWAN device should not be present on the system. All WWAN entries on Device Manager should not be present.

During Global Switch OFF, WAN tab should NOT be available in ACWLicon.
For GOBI-2000 WAN card:
Global Switch On/OFF Test

1. Turn ON global switch
2. Confirm that the WLAN/WWAN/Bluetooth all works well. Corresponding LEDs should be ON
3. Turn OFF global switch
4. Confirm that the WLANWWAN/Bluetooth are all turned OFF and the corresponding LEDs in OFF state
5. Launch ACWLicon
6. Launch ACWLicon, confirm WAN tab is still available

- Repeat steps 1-4 for 5 times

Reference: ECR07241: ALL:Gobi 2K does not disappear in DM when global swittch off
- Confirm that the GUI matches with the actual data
- WWAN radio must be turned ON / OFF
- No bluescreen or error message
- Confirm all GOBI-2000 entries on Device Manager are still PRESENT if Global Switch is OFF
- Confirm all WWAN entries on Device Manager are present if Global Switch is ON
-Confirm WAN tab is available in ACWLicon.
During Global Switch OFF, WWAN device should stil still be PRESENT on the system. All WWAN entries on Device Manager should be present.
For GOBI-2000 WAN card: - UR2693PA
Software Switch On/OFF Test

1. Turn ON software switch
2. Confirm that the WLAN/WWAN/Bluetooth all works well.
3. Turn OFF software switch
4. Confirm that the WLANWWAN/Bluetooth are all turned OFF
5. Launch ACWLicon
6. Launch ACWLicon, confirm WAN tab is still available

- Repeat steps 1-4 for 5 times
- Confirm that the GUI matches with the actual data
- WWAN radio must be turned ON / OFF
- No bluescreen or error message
- Confirm all GOBI-2000 entries on Device Manager are still PRESENT if Software Switch is OFF
- Confirm all WWAN entries on Device Manager are present if Software Switch is ON
-Confirm WAN tab is available in ACWLicon.
During Software Switch OFF, WWAN device should still be PRESENT on the system. All WWAN entries on Device Manager should be present.
For Sagamartha WAN card:
Global Switch On/OFF Test

1. Turn ON global switch
2. Confirm that the WLAN/WWAN/Bluetooth all works well. Corresponding LEDs should be ON
3. Launch ACWLicon, confirm WAN tab is available.
4. Turn OFF global switch
5. Confirm that the WL/WWAN/Bluetooth are all turned OFF and the corresponding LEDs in OFF state
6. Launch ACWLicon, confirm WAN tab is still available.

- Repeat steps 1-4 for 5 times
- Confirm that the GUI matches with the actual data
- WWAN radio must be turned ON / OFF
- No bluescreen or error message
- Confirm all WWAN entries on Device Manager are not present if Global Switch is OFF
- Confirm all WWAN entries on Device Manager are present if Global Switch is ON
-Confirm WAN tab is available in ACWLicon
During Global Switch OFF, WWAN device should not be present on the system. All WWAN entries on Device Manager should not be present.

During Global Switch OFF, WAN tab should be available in ACWLicon.
WWAN Radio ON/OFF (Machines with Hardware Switch)
Install Hotkey, PM driver

1. Press Fn+F5 to launch hotkey
2. Confirm that all the devices that is configured and supports radio appears in hotkey OSD(like Bluetooth, Wireless LAN, Wireless WAN)
3. Power off WWAN radio
4. Confirm that the WWAN utility shows radio off and the LED on the panel shows OFF
5. Power ON WWAN radio
6. Confirm that the WWAN radio is turned ON and the LED on the panel shows ON
7. Enable WLAN and Bluetooth
8. Confirm that all WWAN, bluetooth and Wireless LAN are powered ON
9. Leave the system for 30 minutes in idle condition.
10. Verify that the system functions well without any malfunction/performance degradation.

- Suspend the system and resume after one minute.
- Repeat steps 1 to 10 for 5 times

- Hibernate the system and resume after one minute
- Repeat steps 1 to 10 for 5 times
- Confirm that the GUI matches with the actual data
- All the information must contain correct value.
- WWAN radio must be turned ON / OFF
.
WWAN Radio ON/OFF (Machines with Software Switch) - UR2693AP
Install Hotkey, PM driver

1. Press Fn+F5/F9 to launch hotkey
2. Confirm that all the devices that is configured and supports radio appears in hotkey OSD(like Bluetooth, Wireless LAN, Wireless WAN)
3. Power off WWAN radio
4. Confirm that the WWAN utility shows radio off
5. Power ON WWAN radio
6. Confirm that the WWAN radio is turned ON
7. Confirm that all WWAN, bluetooth and Wireless LAN are powered ON
8. Leave the system for 30 minutes in idle condition.
9. Verify that the system functions well without any malfunction/performance degradation.

- Suspend the system and resume after one minute.
- Repeat steps 1 to 10 for 5 times


- LID close system and LID open to resume after one minute.
- Repeat steps 1 to 10 for 5 times

- Hibernate the system and resume after one minute
- Repeat steps 1 to 10 for 5 times
- Confirm that the GUI matches with the actual data
- All the information must contain correct value.
- WWAN radio must be turned ON / OFF
Power Management Operations:-

  • Should Suspend, hibernate and resume succussfully with out any error
  • Make sure no errors
  • Yellow Mark should not appear in Device Manager

File Upload / Download using WAN Network - UR-2857
TEST ITEM
Result
Win7
File Download
1.Configure TCP/IP (Static IP address) only
2.Ping to server
3.Download files using ftp
4.Configure TCP/IP (DHCP) only
5.Download files using ftp (>300MB files)
6.Using FTP download files of >300 MB
A
File Upload
1.Configure TCP/IP (Static IP address) only
2.Ping to server
3.Upload files using ftp
4.Configure TCP/IP (DHCP) only
5.Upload files using ftp (>300MB files)
A
File Upload and Download Simultaneously
  1. Launch Access Connection and connect to a WAN network .
  2. Make sure the profile gets connected successfully .
  3. Connect to a FTP site and upload a 100 MB file
  4. Meanwhile start downloading a file greater than 100MB from the website .
  5. Confirm the uploading and downloading proceeds simultaneously .
  6. Make sure files are uploaded and downloaded successfully without any error message .
  7. Make sure there is no connection drop at any point of time during upload and download.
A


ThinkVantage Access Connections

WWAN Profile Creation/Connection
Test Item Check Item / Criteria
Using Windows 7
Launch Access Connections from Start -> Programs ->ThinkVantage -> Access Connections
Note: To know more about how to create profiles, click Help in Access Connection and select help for Create a location profile.
Access connections should be launched without any problems.
Basic View (to switch to Basic view, click the Basic button on ‘Switch to:’)
-Click on Connect to the Internet tab.
-Click on Mobile Broadband radio button.
-Select the available carrier tower and click Connect.
-If network is not available, click on Find.
- Confirm connection was successfully established.
- Confirm available networks were shown after clicking on Find.
- Confirm no application error occurs.
- Confirm that the connection information is correct (e.g. Signal Strength, IP address, Connection Status).
Advanced view (to switch to Advanced view, click the Advanced button on ‘Switch to:’)
Connect using the default WWAN profile:
-On Access Connections Main GUI, select the HSPA Mobile Broadband profile from the Location drop-down list box and click Connect.
- Confirm the default WWAN profile (HSPA Mobile Broadband) was automatically created.
- Confirm profile was successfully connected.
- Confirm no application error occurs.
- Confirm that the connection information is correct (e.g. Signal Strength, IP address, Connection Status).
Advanced view (to switch to Advanced view, click the Advanced button on ‘Switch to:’)
Manually creating a WWAN profile:
-On Access Connections Main GUI, click on the Location Profile tab.
-Click on the Create button.
-Create New Profile window would appear. Enter the desired profile name for Name of location profile. Select Wireless WAN from the drop-down list box for Type of Network Connection.
-Click Next.
- Select ‘Connect to HSDPA/GPRS network using Access Connections’ radio button.
-On Select WAN Settings, choose Automatic Settings or Custom settings from the list.
-When Custom Settings is selected, click on Edit Settings button. Select the service provider from the list of ‘Known WAN service provider Settings’.
-In case provider is not on the list, select Other for ‘Known WAN service provider Settings’. Enter the carrier details for the following: Custom service provider name; APN (Access Point Name); User name; Password; Authentication option*.
-Click Next.
-Select any additional settings you want to configure for your profile.
-Click Finish.
-Connect the created profile by selecting it from the Locations drop-down list box.
*You can obtain the carrier details from your service provider.
- Confirm profile was successfully created.
- Confirm profile was successfully connected.
- Confirm no application error occurs.
- Confirm that the connection information is correct (e.g. Signal Strength, IP address, Connection Status).
ICS Confirmation [UR-03523AP]

1. Insert SIM card
2. WWAN profile will appear will in Location Profiles (Profile name is depend on the SIM provider)
3. Edit the WWAN profile
4. Go to Additional Settings
5. Click Network Security and Settings
6. Check/Enable Disable internet connection sharing
7. Save the Profile
8. Connect to WWAN profile

9. Go to Mobile Hotspot
10. Input SSID and Passphrase
11. Make sure that WLAN radio is ON
12. Start the Mobile Hotspot
13. Prompt will appear saying
"Mobile Hotspot cannot start due to Internet Sharing disabled in <profile name> profile.
Enable ICS setting?
OK or CANCEL"
14. If YES was selected, ICS should be enabled in the profile
14.1 Click again the Start button
14.2 Mobile Hotspot should start successfully
15. If CANCEL was selected, ICS should be still disabled and Mobile Hotspot will not broadcast

*Check also the Scenario in the listed ECR below
Defect Reference:
ECR137970 W7: "Disable ICS" is not sync after enabling it in Mobile Hotspot prompt
ECR137973-W7: Mobile Hotspot stilll start even Disable ICS is checked


Power Management
Test Item Check Item / Criteria
Result
1. Launch Access Connections.
2. Connect to the service provider.
- Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or no signal is available
3. Suspend the system by pressing Fn + Alt + F4 key then choose "Sleep" - System should enter suspend mode
4. Wakeup the system after 1 minute - System should resume/wake-up

- Access Connections balloon information should be correct

- The status shown in system tray should be consistent with main GUI
5. Connect to the service provider - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available
6. Repeat steps 3-5 for 20 times (LL-01270PA) - No application crash
- No error message should occur
- Successful profile connection on resuming from PM
7. Suspend system by LID close - System should enter suspend mode
8. LID open the system after 1 minute - System should resume

- Access Connections balloon information should be correct

- The status shown in system tray should be consistent with main GUI
9. Connect to the service - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available
10. Repeat steps 7-9 for 20 times - No application crash

- No error message should occur
7. Hibernate the system by pressing Fn + Alt + F4 key then choose "Hibernate" - System should enter hibernation mode
8. Wakeup the system after 1 minute - System should resume/wake-up

- Access Connections balloon information should be correct

- The status shown in system tray should be consistent with main GUI
9. Connect to the service provider - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available
10. Repeat steps 7-9 for 20 times (LL-01270PA) - No application crash
- No error message should occur
- Successful profile connection on resuming from PM
11. Restart the system - System should restart
12. Boot to OS and connect to service provider - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available
13. Repeat steps 11-12 for 20 times (LL-01270PA) - No application crash
- No error message should occur
- Successful profile connection on resuming from PM
14. Shutdown the system - System should shutdown properly with out any error
15. Turn on the system after 1 minute - System should boot without any error

- Access Connections balloon information should be correct

- The status shown in system tray should be consistent with main GUI
16. Connect to the service provider - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available
17. Repeat steps 14-16 for 20 times (LL-01270PA) - No application crash
- No error message should occur
- Successful profile connection on resuming from PM
Battery detached/attached [UR-03080AP]
1. Launch Access Connection

2. Connect to the service provider
- Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or no signal is available
3. Hibernate the system using Fn + Alt + F4 key then choose "Hibernate"

4. Detach then attach the battery from the system.
- System should enter hibernate mode
5. Resume after 1 minute. - System should resume/wake-up

- Access Connections balloon information should be correct

- The status shown in system tray should be consistent with main GUI
6. Connect to the service provider - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available
7. Repeat 1-6 for 20 times - No application crash
- No error message should occur
8. Shutdown the system.

9. Detach then attach the battery from the system.
- System should shutdown properly without any error.
10. Turn on the system after 1 minute - System should boot without any error

- Access Connections balloon information should be correct

- The status shown in system tray should be consistent with main GUI
11. Connect to the service provider - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available
12. Repeat 8-9 for 20 times - No application crash
- No error message should occur



Profile Connectivity with Hotkey & Software Switch [applicable only for the systems where HW switch is NOT supported] - UR2573
Test Item Check Item / Criteria
Result
Profile connection with Hotkey
Press Fn+F5 / F9 Fn + supported key to launch Wireless OSD key to launch Software Switch
In Wireless Radios window > Individual Control section, turn Off WWAN Radio
Confirm the WWAN profile is disconnected
Press Fn+F5 / F9 Fn + supported key to launch Wireless OSD key to launch again Software Switch
In Wireless Radios window > Individual Control section, turn ON the WWAN radio
From Access Connection, Select WAN profile and press Connect
Confirm that the profile is successfully connected.
- Radio ON/OFF should work correctly
- Profile to be connected successfully after Turn ON/OFF.
Profile Connection with Software Switch
Confirm the WWAN connection to service provider
Press Fn+F5 / F9 Fn + supported key to launch Wireless OSD to launch Software Switch
In Wireless Radios window, turn OFF Master Control
Confirm the WWAN profile is disconnected
Press Fn+F5 / F9 Fn + supported key to launch Wireless OSD key to launch again Software Switch
In Wireless Radios window, turn ON Master Control
From Access Connection, Select WAN profile and press Connect
Confirm that the profile is successfully connected.

- Radio ON/OFF should work correctly
- Profile to be connected successfully after Turn ON/OFF.



Profile Switching
Test Item Check Item / Criteria
Result
1. Using Access Connections
==> Create a single Ethernet profile & connect to office or test Ethernet network
==> Create single Wireless LAN & connect to office or test wireless network

Note: To know more about how to create profiles, click Help in Access Connection and select help for Create a location profile.
- No error while creating the profiles
From Access Connections main GUI, Connect WWAN profile
Confirm WWAN is connected successfully,
Select Ethernet profile from the pull down menu and press Connect button
Confirm that the Ethernet profile is connected successfully
Press Fn + Alt + F4 then choose "Sleep"
Press Fn key to resume after one minute.
On resuming from suspend Ethernet profile will be automatically connected
From the Access Connections Pull down menu, select WWAN profile and press Connect button
Confirm the WWAN profile is connected successfully.
From the pull down menu, select Wireless LAN profile and press connect button
Confirm that the Wireless LAN is connected successfully.
LID close the system to enter suspend
LID open to resume after one minute.
On resuming from suspend Ethernet profile will be automatically connected
From the Access Connections Pull down menu, select WWAN profile and press Connect button
Confirm the WWAN profile is connected successfully.
From the pull down menu, select Wireless LAN profile and press connect button
Confirm that the Wireless LAN is connected successfully.

Press Fn + Alt + F4 then choose "Hibernate"to enter into Hibernation mode
Wait for one minute
Press power button to resume from Hibernation
After resuming from Hibernation, system will connect to Wireless LAN profile automatically.
From the Access Connections Pull down menu, select WWAN profile and press Connect button
Confirm the WWAN profile is connected successfully.
- Profiles should be switched successfully

- Balloon information should be correct

- System Tray status should be consistent with the main GUI
Switching from EVDO to UMTS and vice versa - UR-2560
1. Create WWAN two WWAN profiles. One using EVDO network and the other using UMTS network.
2. Install Latest Access Connection reboot the system.
3. Launch Access Connections.
4. Connect EVDO profile to network/simulator. Confirm EVDO profile connects successfully.
5. While EVDO profile is connected, select the UMTS profile and connect to network/simulator.
6. Confirm UMTS profile connects successfully.
7. Repeat steps 3 - 6 for 10 times.

Switching from EVDO to UMTS and vice versa with PM
1. Create WWAN two WWAN profiles. One using EVDO network and the other using UMTS network.
2. Install Latest Access Connection reboot the system.
3. Launch Access Connections.
4. Connect EVDO profile to network/simulator. Confirm EVDO profile connects successfully.
5. Suspend the system. Resume after 1 minute.
6. EVDO profile should be disconnected.
7. Select the UMTS profile and connect to network/simulator. Confirm profile connects successfully.
8. Suspend the system. Resume after 1 minute.
9. UMTS profile should be disconnected.
10. Repeat steps 3 - 9 for 10 times.
11. Perform Hibernate, Restart, Shutdown scenarios on step 5 and 8 then repeat steps 3 - 9 for 10 times.

Note: If SIM PIN Security is enabled, Enter PIN window always appears after switching from EVDO to UMTS and vice versa.

ECR21193
W7:Enter PIN shows again after switch from EVDO-UMTS
  • Confirm EVDO / UMTS profile connects successfully without errors
  • Confirm no error / system degradation occurs after switching from EVDO - UMTS profiles and vice versa.
  • Confirm no error / system degradation occurs after system resumes from PM.
ReferenceECR213951 W8.1:After restart need input PIN code with EM7345 WWAN

SIM PIN Behavior:

Notebooks and Ultrabooks (Windows 7 and Windows 8.1):
I. After resuming from Suspend (S3), SIM will be locked with SIM PIN.
II. After resuming from Hibernate (S4), SIM will be locked with SIM PIN.
III. After restart SIM will not be locked and can connect without entering SIM PIN. Since the module is not reset during restart.

Tablets (Windows 8,1):
I. After restarting the tablet SIM will be locked with SIM PIN.
II. After resuming from S0i3 (Connected standby) SIM will not be locked and can connect without entering SIM PIN. Since the module is not reset during connected standby state.

Intel Atom processors (Bay trail) support Connected standby state and does not support Hibernate (S4). To check if the system supports connects Connected standby run the following in command prompt with Administrator privileges.



Lenovo Mobile Broadband Activate

Carrier Information and Activation Details
Test Item Check Item / Criteria
Launch Lenovo Mobile Broadband Connect thru the following scenarios:
Scenario 1:
With SIM card not yet ‘Activated’ or has already passed the free trial period*:
Connect the HSPA Mobile Broadband profile in Access Connections.
During connection attempt, once SIM was detected as not Activated, the following prompt would appear: The SIM is not yet activated, do you wish to activate it now?
Click Yes button.
Lenovo Mobile Broadband Connect would launch.

Scenario 2:
With SIM card already ‘Activated’:
For XP: Go to Tools menu >> Wireless Wide Area Network >> Account Information option. For Windows Vista: Go to Advanced view >> Tools tab >> Mobile Broadband >> Account Information option.
On Wireless WAN Account Information window, click on Sign-up and Support button.
Lenovo Mobile Broadband Connect would launch.

*Free trial period depends on each carrier. Please consult the service provider for free trial information.
- Lenovo Mobile Broadband Connect should be launched without any problems.
On Lenovo Mobile Broadband Connect application, confirm that only the following tabs are present:
Welcome tab
Support tab
- Confirm that no other tabs are present.
Click on Welcome tab - Confirm that no error appears after clicking the Sign-up tab.
- Confirm all the carrier information shown is correct.
- Confirm the carrier logo is correct.
- Confirm the Sign-up button is present.
While still on Welcome tab, click on Sign-up button. - Confirm that no error appears after clicking on the Sign-up button.
- Confirm the instructions on how to activate the SIM are shown correctly.
- Confirm the SIM and Adapter details which is required for sign up and activation are shown correctly.
- Confirm the carrier logo is correct.
- Confirm the carrier phone number is correct and User can activate the service thru phone.*
- Confirm the carrier link is working, points to the carrier home page and User can activate the service online.*
- For Verizon case, confirm sign-up can be performed by following the activation steps on Verizon OTA function (Verizon Wireless Broadband Access Self Activation).

*Activation process is carrier dependent. Please refer to the Free Trial Period and Activation portion of this test case.
Click on Support tab - Confirm that no error appears after clicking on the Support tab.
- Confirm the Change SIM card PIN Security link is shown (if applicable).*
- Confirm the carrier phone number is correct.
- Confirm the carrier logo is correct.
- Confirm the carrier link is working and points to the carrier home page (if applicable).
- Confirm the Lenovo support link is working and points to the support page.
- Confirm the Lenovo support hotline is correct.

*Please refer to the documents included on the SIM card for PIN/PUK details.
While still on Support tab, click on Change SIM card PIN Security link (only available to SIMs that support PIN security) - Confirm that no error appears after clicking on the Change SIM card PIN link.
- Confirm that Modify SIM Security window appears without errors.
- Confirm the functionality works when Enabling or Disabling the PIN


On-board GPS Satellite fix Verification

Test Item
Criteria
Result
Win7 32/64 bit
Installation
1. Prepare system with built-in / WWAN module GPS adapter.
2. Boot to OS. Login to Administrator account.

3. Install GPS driver as per build letter.
4. Confirm GPS was installed successfully.
5. Confirm the above cannot be installed in User Mode.
- No error message should appear during or after installation.
- Confirm no yellow mark in Device Manager:
  • GPS Sensors
A
Uninstallation
1. Boot to OS. Login to Administrator account.
2. Go to Add/Remove Programs (or equivalent, depends on the OS).
3. Choose GPS driver and uninstall.
4. Confirm the above cannot be uninstalled in User Mode.
- No error message should appear during or after uninstallation.
- Confirm no listed in Device Manager:
  • GPS Sensors
A
GPS Satellite Fix
Using Sensor Diagnostic Tool utility:
1. Install and launch Sensor Diagnostic Tool utility
2. On left pane under Sensors tab, choose the on-board GPS device listed.
3. On right pane, confirm system obtains satellite fix successfully when State shows "Ready" on green box.

Using NMEA Monitor utility:
1. Unzip the NMEA Monitor.zip package.
2. Under NMEA folder, double click NMEA.exe
3. If Error prompts, cannot open serial port #, click OK
4. Option settings will auto launch, and choose correct GPS port # under Serial Port.
5. Click OK.
6. Observe NMEA GUI, and confirm system gets Satellite fix (red circles, black bars)

Attachment "ATT2WAU0"can be seen at the bottom of the page.


Attachment "NMEA Monitor.zip"can be seen at the bottom of the page.

Using Google / Bing Maps:
1. Launch browser and open any search engine website (google.com)
Note: Make sure system is connected to the internet.
2. Search Google Maps or Bing Maps.
3. If prompted use your current location, please confirm / accept.
4. Observe Google / Bing Maps, and confirm system gets Satellite fix.
- No error message should appear in the system after launching Sensor Diagnostic Tool / NMEA Monitor utility.
- No error message should appear while obtaining satellite fix.
A
Power Management Verification

Using Sensor Diagnostic Tool utility:
1. Launch Sensor Diagnostic Tool utility.
2. On left pane under Sensors tab, choose the on-board GPS device listed.
3. On right pane, confirm system obtains satellite fix successfully when State shows "Ready" on green box.
4. Suspend / Hibernate / Restart / Shutdown the system.
5. Resume / Boot after 1 minute.

6. Confirm system obtains satellite fix successfully.
7. Repeat steps 4-6 for 10 trials.

Using NMEA Monitor utility:
1. Unzip the NMEA Monitor.zip package.
2. Under NMEA folder, double click NMEA.exe
3. If Error prompts, cannot open serial port #, click OK
4. Option settings will auto launch, and choose correct GPS port # under Serial Port.
5. Click OK.
6. Observe NMEA GUI, and confirm system gets Satellite fix (red circles, black bars)
7. Suspend / Hibernate / Restart / Shutdown the system.
8. Resume / Boot after 1 minute.

9. Confirm system obtains satellite fix successfully.
10. Repeat steps 7-9 for 10 trials.

Using Google / Bing Maps:
1. Launch browser and open any search engine website (google.com)
Note: Make sure system is connected to the internet.
2. Search Google Maps or Bing Maps.
3. If prompted use your current location, please confirm / accept.
4. Observe Google / Bing Maps, and confirm system gets Satellite fix.
5. Suspend / Hibernate / Restart / Shutdown the system.
6. Resume / Boot after 1 minute.

7. Confirm system obtains satellite fix successfully.
8. Repeat steps 5-7 for 10 trials.
- No error message should appear before and after system PM operation.
- No error message should appear while obtaining satellite fix.
A

Application Co-existence

Co-existence between AC and 3rd party WWAN application

Test Item Check Item / Criteria
Launch Access Connections.
Select the HSPA Mobile Broadband profile from the Location drop-down list box and click connect.
Access connections should be launched without any problems.
- Confirm profile was successfully connected.
- Confirm no application error occurs.
- Confirm that the connection information is correct (e.g. Signal Strength, IP address, Connection Status).
Disconnect the HSPA Mobile Broadband profile.
Close Access Connections.
- Confirm no application error occurs.
- Confirm profile was disconnected successfully.
- Confirm Access Connections was closed without errors.
Launch the carrier’s application and connect to the network using WWAN. - Confirm that no problems were encountered after the application launches.
- Confirm that User can successfully connect to the WWAN network using the carrier’s application.
- Confirm that the connection information is correct (e.g. Signal Strength, IP address, Connection Status).
Disconnect the carrier’s application.
Close the carrier’s application
- Confirm no application error occurs.
- Confirm connection was disconnected successfully.
- Confirm carrier’s application was closed without errors.
Repeat the steps above for 5 trials. - Confirm no application error occurs when switching between Access Connections and the carrier’s application.
- Confirm system can connect to the network even after switching between Access Connections and the carrier’s application.




VPN Connectivity
Test Item Check Item / Criteria Limitation / Known restrictions
1. Prepare a system configured with WWAN adapter and activated SIM.
2. Create WAN profile and connect.
3. Confirm that the profile connects successfully.

4. Using any VPN client (Cisco, etc.), connect VPN.
5. Confirm that the user is able to connect to VPN via WWAN profile.
- Make sure that WWAN works correctly.
- Make sure that no Bluescreen, Hang up and Error Messages occured.

GPS with Wireless WAN Device behavior in Device Manager

Test Item
Criteria
Result
Win 7
- Device Manager entry
- Check Basic WWAN connectivity
- Suspend and Resume
- Check Basic WWAN connectivity
- Launch GPS application and start the tracking
- Launch Google/Bing Maps
- Suspend and Resume
- Check Basic WWAN connectivity
- Check Device Manager entry

Repeat the above steps 5 times

ECR82789 and ECR83081 W7:Ericsson WWAN disappear in DM aft res S3 w/ GPS map open (LL-01368PA)
- No system and application hang after resume from suspend.
- WWAN adapter should be visible in Device Manager after resume from suspend.
- WWAN adapter should be visible in Device Manager when Google/Bing Maps is launched after resume from suspend.
- Device Manager entry
- Check Basic WWAN connectivity
- Hibernate and Resume
- Check Basic WWAN connectivity
- Launch GPS application and start the tracking
- Launch Google/Bing Maps
- Hibernate and Resume
- Check Basic WWAN connectivity
- Check Device Manager entry

Repeat the above steps 5 times
- No system and application hang after resume from hibernate.
- WWAN adapter should be visible in Device Manager after resume from hibernate.
- WWAN adapter should be visible in Device Manager when Google/Bing Maps is launched after resume from hibernate.
- Device Manager entry
- Check Basic WWAN connectivity
- Warm boot [system restart]
- Check Basic WWAN connectivity
- Launch GPS application and start the tracking
- Launch Google/Bing Maps
- Warm boot [system restart]
- Check Basic WWAN connectivity
- Check Device Manager entry

Repeat the above steps 5 times
- No system and application hang after system restart.
- WWAN adapter should be visible in Device Manager after system restart.
- Device Manager entry
- Check Basic WWAN connectivity
- Shutdown and Restart
- Check Basic WWAN connectivity
- Launch GPS application and start the tracking
- Launch Google/Bing Maps
- Shutdown and Restart
- Check Basic WWAN connectivity
- Check Device Manager entry

Repeat the above steps 5 times
- No system and application hang after shutdown and restart.
- WWAN adapter should be visible in Device Manager after shutdown and restart.

OTHER DETAILS
EUT Quantity : Two systems 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)
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