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Created on 25/10/2011 13:45:34  by PSI_PA_NW_Japan
Summary
Preconditions
Status:   Review Complete
Priority:   Medium
BASIC INFORMATION
Section:S/W Test Require attachment:No
Team:Network Group:Basic Function
Lessons Learned:No Phase:FVT, SIV (BBFV), SIT
Locations:Inhouse: AWS and Cambridge, Inhouse: AWS, Inhouse: Cambridge, Compal, Flextronics, Quanta, Wistron Owned By:Eiji Ogata/LENOVO
Objective:To verify the GUI's for Intel AMT 8.0
CRITERIA
To verify the GUI for AMT 8.0 and meet the criteria mentioned in the Detail section.
EUT QUANTITY
Two systems
EQUIPMENT
PA Networking facilities / Intel AMT server.
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 Intel AMT 8.0 WebGUI verification 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.

Intel AMT 8.0 WebGUI verification
Test Item
Check Item / Criteria / Information
Configuration
Result
Win XP
Win 7
Win 8
MEBx configuration (DHCP Mode)

1. On the Intel AMT device, start the ME BIOS (press Ctrl-P at the device boot). Enter default password ?admin? and change the MEBx password to ?iAMT-8.0? so that everyone can share the same password for our test.
2. Select Intel(R) AMT Configuration -> Manageability Feature Selection and choose Enabled.
3. If the device has been previously managed or its previous state is unknown, then fully un-provision it by selecting Unconfigure Network Access -> Full Unprovision
4. Select Network Setup -> Intel(R) ME Network Name Settings -> Host Name and input a same name as a computer OS host name.
5. Make sure in TCP/IP Settings -> Wired LAN IPV4 Configuration -> DHCP Mode is Enabled.
6.Connect the system to a network, and select Activate Network Access.
7.Exit MEBx and boot to the system
  • Check if the MEBx password has been reset successfully
  • Check if un-provision is done successfully if the system has been configured before.
  • Check if the Network settings are saved properly.
Standalone
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Intel AMT Web GUI log in
1. Note down the IP address of the local system

2. Launch web browser in a remote system, in the address bar type, http://<machine IP>:16992 or https://<machine IP>:16993 to access AMT WebUI.
If DHCP is used, WebGUI is accessisble by using the FQDN for the ME. The FQDN is the combination of the host name and domain. (example: http://host_name:16992 or https://hostname:16993)

3. When prompted, enter username and password (admin, iAMT-8.0).
  • Check if WebGUI is accessible by using both 16992 and 16993 port.
    Note:
    If the system is provisioned by DHCP (default) and network access is activated, then both HTTP (port 16992) and HTTPS (port 16993) will be open.
    From Intel AMT Release 6.0 user can allow both secure (16993) and non secure (16992) connections simultaneously.
    (Ref. ECR98818:AMT:Wireless and IPV6 settings displayed in WEBGUI)
  • Check if WebGUI is accessible by using MEBx password if network password is not configured separately.
    Note:
    By default MEBx password and WebGUI password are both the same until the network password is changed via the network. Once changed over the network, the network password will always be kept separate from the local Intel MEBX password.
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AMT WebGUI

1.Check if the Computer name is displayed properly in the title bar.

2.Log in iAMT WebGUI, make sure the following items are listed in the left pane: System Status, Hardware Information, Event log, Remote Control, Power Policies, Network Settings, Wireless Settings, IPV6 Network Settings, System Name Settings and User Accounts
Note:
Web UI will not automatically receive Computer Hostname information from the host. Rather, the administrator needs to enter this information into the Web UI or MEBx.
(Ref.ECR98385:ALL:iAMT WebGUI Hostname shows Unknown in DHCP mode)
AMT WebGUI
System Status and Hardward Information

1.Click on System Status tab, check if the status information are displayed correctly.

2.Click on Hardware Information menu, check if "System", "Processor", "Memory", "Disk" and "Battery" information are displayed correctly.
  • Check if IP address is the same as the system IP address.
  • Check if the Date and Time are synchronized with the system.
Note: [UR-03802SG]
The Host System time shown in Web GUI is always based on time zone UTC/GMT-00:00, irrespective of time zone configured in host system
(i.e, if the host system have time zone GMT+08:00 and the current time is 10:00AM, then the Web GUI show the time 2:00 AM)
Reference ECR:
ECR176624:STG:ALL:Incorrect Time Show in WEB GUI of AMT,
ECR176626:WL-1:ALL:Incorrect Time Shown in WEB GUI of AMT
  • Check if System, Processor, Memory, Disk and Battery information are displayed correctly.

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AMT WebGUI
Event Log

1. Click on Event Log tab, check if Stop/Start logging, Clear Log buttons are working properly.
  • Check if event logs are taken after performing different operations.
  • Check if event logs are cleared after clicking Clear Log.
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AMT WebGUIRemote Control Test

1. Log in AMT WebGUI
2. On the left pane, click on Remote Control

3. Verify that the link is working
4. On the right portion of the device page, verify that the correct information is displayed
5. Select Turn power off* and click on the Send command button
6. AMT system will turn off and AMT device and status will display that the system is now turned off
7. Make sure AMT is in Mobile:ON in S0, ME Wake in S3,S4-5 states,
8. On the remote control again, send a Power ON command to the AMT device,
AMT device should power on and AMT device webpage should display correct information
9. Select Cycle power on and off and verify its function and its sub-functions one at a time.
  • Remote Control for all functions should work as expected
  • No error messages are expected when the commands are sent to the AMT device
  • AMT device webpage should display correct information upon command issue
  • No system malfunctions are expected when the commands are sent to the AMT device
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AMT WebGUIPower Policies
1.Log in AMT WebGUI
2.On the left pane, click on Power Policies
3.Check if 2 policy options are listed:
Mobile:ON in S0
Mobile:ON in S0, ME Wake in S3,S4-5(AC Only)

Mobile:ON in S0 verification:
1. Select the option Mobile: ON in S0 and click Save.
2. Connect AMT system to AC adapter and ping through the LAN interface remotely; AMT should send a reply .
3. Move the client to sleep mode (S3). Ping AMT through the LAN interface remotely; AMT should not send a reply.
4. After few seconds resume by pressing Fn key.
5. Move the client to sleep mode (S4). Ping AMT through the LAN interface remotely; AMT should not send a reply.
6. After few seconds resume by power button.

7.Move the client to sleep mode (S5). Ping AMT through the LAN interface remotely; AMT should not send a reply.
8. After few seconds resume by power button.

9.Make sure that no error appears while ping and system boot up.
10. Repeat steps 2 - 9 in DC mode. Result should be same as AC adapter plug in.

Mobile:ON in S0, ME Wake in S3,S4-5(AC Only) verification:
1.. Select the option Mobile: ON in S0,ME Wake in S3, S4-5 (AC only) and click Save
2. Connect AMT system to AC adapter and ping through the LAN interface remotely; AMT should send a reply .
3. Move the client to sleep mode (S3). Ping AMT through the LAN interface remotely; AMT should send a reply.
4. After few seconds resume by pressing Fn key.
5. Move the client to sleep mode (S4). Ping AMT through the LAN interface remotely; AMT should send a reply.
6. After few seconds resume by power button.

7.Move the client to sleep mode (S5). Ping AMT through the LAN interface remotely; AMT should send a reply.
8. After few seconds resume by power button.

9.Make sure that no error appears while ping and system boot up.
10. Repeat steps 2 - 9 in DC mode. AMT should send a reply in S0 mode but should not reply in S3/S4/S5 state.
  • Make sure if Respond to ping is checked in Network Settings.
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AMT WebGUINetwork Settings

1.Log in AMT WebGUI
2.On the left pane, click on Network Settings, make sure the following options are displayed.

3.Configure TCP/IP settings manually, click Sumbit and Exit the web page
4.Check if WebGUI is accessible by using the manually configured IP address in Step 3.
  • Check if Respoind to ping is enabled by default
  • Check if the Network Settings displayed the correct information as configured in MEBx.
  • WebGUI should be accessible using mannually configured IP without failing
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AMT WebGUIWireless Settings

1.Log in AMT WebGUI
2.On the left pane, click on Wireless Settings
3.Check if the following options are listed:

4.Click New... to create a new profile with SSID, encryption and passphrase as configured in Access point
5.Save the settings and close the window
6.Make sure wired connection is disconnected.
7.Create and apply wireless profile with SSID, encryption and passphrase as configured in step 4 in AMT system.

- Select Enabled in S0 and Submit:
1. Make sure AMT system is connnected to the WLAN profile configured in WebGUI
2. Ping through the WLAN interface remotely; AMT should send a reply .
3. Move the client to sleep mode (S3), Ping AMT through the WLAN interface remotely; AMT should not send a reply.
4. After few seconds resume by pressing Fn key.
5. Move the client to sleep mode (S4). Ping AMT through the WLAN interface remotely; AMT should not send a reply.
6. After few seconds resume by power button.

7.Move the client to sleep mode (S5). Ping AMT through the WLAN interface remotely; AMT should not send a reply.
8. After few seconds resume by power button.

9. Make sure that no error appears while ping and system boot up.
10. Repeat steps 2 - 9 in DC mode. AMT should send a reply in S0 mode but should not reply in S3/S4/S5 state.

- Select Enabled in S0, Sx/AC
1. Make sure AMT system is connnected to the WLAN profile configured in WebGUI.
2. Ping through the WLAN interface remotely; AMT should send a reply .
3. Move the client to sleep mode (S3). Make sure the WLAN LED is still ON, Ping AMT through the WLAN interface remotely; AMT should send a reply.
4. After few seconds resume by pressing Fn key.
5. Move the client to sleep mode (S4). Make sure the WLAN LED is still ON, Ping AMT through the WLAN interface remotely; AMT should send a reply.
6. After few seconds resume by power button.

7. Move the client to sleep mode (S5). Make sure the WLAN LED is still ON, Ping AMT through the WLAN interface remotely; AMT should send a reply.
8. After few seconds resume by power button.

9. Make sure that no error appears while ping and system boot up.
10. Repeat steps 2 - 9 in DC mode. AMT should send a reply in S0 mode but should not reply in S3/S4/S5 state.
Note:
If the System has no Wirless Adapter, or Wireless adapter is disabled in BIOS/Device Manager or turn off by hardware switch, the Wirless Settings menu will not be displayed in the WebGUI.
  • Make sure if Respond to ping is checked in Network Settings.
  • Check if created WLAN Profile is saved properly
  • Supported encryption: WPA-PSK and TKIP/CKIP
  • Check if Radio State is ON when Wireless is Enabled.
  • Check if Move Up, Move Down, Change, Remove buttons are working properly.
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AMT WebGUIIPV6 Network Settings

1. Click on IPv6 Network Settings, make sure the following screen is displayed

2. Check Enable IPV6 and click submit
3. Go to System Status
4. Check if IPV6 address is displayed on the page.
Note:
For LAN, the Intel? AMT can hold up to six IPv6 addresses.
(Ref. ECR98822:AMT:3 IPV6 address displayed in the System Status in WebGUI)
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AMT WebGUI
System Name Settings

1.Click on System Name Settings

2.Enter Computer host name and Domain anme
3.Uncheck Shared FQDN and check Use Dynamic DNS update and click Sumbit
4.Exit the Web Page and wait for 1 minute.
5.Check if the WebGUI is accessible by using the dedicated FQDN configured.
Note:
a.) Under Dedicated FQDN mode:
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Firmware makes no attempt to update DNS using
DHCP option 81 or Dynamic DNS update.
DNS server will not be updated.
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b.) Under Shared FQDN mode: Firmware used DHCP option 81 for DNS registration but did not directly update DNS using the DDNS update protocol.
Note: For selecting ?Enabled? for Dynamic DNS Update it is required that the Host Name and Domain Name beset.
(Ref.ECR98821:AMT:WebGUI is not accessible by using hostname with ME dedicated FQDN )
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AMT WebGUI
User Accounts

1.Click on User Accounts

2.Check if the following options are working properly:
-New: Create a new WebGUI user account
-Change: Change settings a existing WebGUI user account
-Change Admin: Change the user name / password of the WebGUI admin.
Note:
Once the admin User name /password of the Admin account is changed, the WebGUI log in information and MEBx login will be kept seperately until AMT is reset.
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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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Created last 2017-01-06 13:34:04 by Eiji Ogata. Review Comments(Review Complete): review completed.
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