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Version 1.4
Created on 02/03/2012 09:05:47  by Yoshihiro Amenomiya
Last modified on  06/07/2017 16:23:24  by m_komatsu
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 confirm Network connections in Connected Standby Mode works on Windows 8
CRITERIA
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EQUIPMENT
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Critical Attribute:[0] : WLS - Wireless

CONFIGURATION
REFERENCE PROCEDURE
Connected Standby MODE VERIFICATION ON WINDOWS 8
STATISTIC INFO
Operating System Win81-64bit Win81-32bit Win10-32bit Win10-64bit Total
Test Points
Duration
Workload
# Step actions Win81-64bitWin81-32bitWin10-32bitWin10-64bit
1 Connected Standby Mode Email Verification AAAA
2 Connected Standby Mode Social Networking Verification AAAA
3 WiFi Instant Connect for Connected Standby Verification AAAA
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.

Note:
Before doing testing, make sure that the Windows 8 machine is supported with Connected Standby.
By checking this, please follow the steps:

Known Limitations/Restrictions/Information
Known Limitations
Restriction
Information
1. Connected Standby for Ethernet will support on Windows 8.1

How to check Connected Standby support
1. Right click in Metro-tile GUI to show taskbar with "All apps".
2. Click All apps.
3. Right click Command Prompt > taskbar will show > choose Run as administrator.
4. By default the directory is C:\Windows\System32\
- If not, type cd C:\Windows\System32\, then press Enter.
5. Type "powercfg /a", then press Enter.
6. The following will be shown in Command Prompt:

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The following sleep states are available on this system:
Standby (Connected)

The following sleep states are not available on this system:
Standby (S1)
The system firmware does not support this standby state.

Standby (S2)
The system firmware does not support this standby state.

Standby (S3)
The system firmware does not support this standby state.
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7. If Standby (Connected) is stated as available on the system, then it supports Connected Standby feature.



Connected Standby Mode Email Verification
Test Procedure Expected Result(s)
Win8 32 Bit
Win8 64 Bit
Power Management in AC Mode

WLAN to WLAN connectivity:

1. Connect to access point.
2. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
3. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
4. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

5. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
6. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
50 MB
100 MB
200 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

7. Resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
8. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
9. Confirm connectivity successful.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

WLAN to Ethernet connectivity:
1. Connect to access point.
2. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
3. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
4. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

5. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
6. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
50 MB
100 MB
200 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

7. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
8. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
9. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

WLAN to WWAN connectivity:

1. Make sure WWAN adapter and active SIM card was inserted to the machine.
2. Connect to access point.
3. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, go to another place where the machine will no longer detect the wireless access point.
6. Get another machine.

7. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
8. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
50 MB
100 MB
200 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

9. Resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
10. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
11. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.

Overnight Scenario:
12. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-8.
13. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
14. Resume system
15. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.

WWAN to WWAN connectivity:

1. With SIM card attached, connect to SIM supported carrier.
2. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
3. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
4. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

5. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
6. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
5 MB
10 MB
20 MB
40 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

7. Resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
8. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
9. Confirm connectivity successful.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

WWAN to WLAN connectivity:

1. Make sure WWAN adapter and active SIM card was inserted to the machine.
2. Connect to WWAN.
3. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, go to another place where the machine will detect the wireless access point.
6. Get another machine.

7. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
8. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
5 MB
10 MB
20 MB
40 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

9. Resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
10. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
11. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

Overnight Scenario:
12. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-8.
13. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
14. Resume system
15. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

WWAN to Ethernet connectivity:

1. With SIM card attached, connect to SIM supported carrier.
2. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
3. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
4. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

5. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
6. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
5 MB
10 MB
20 MB
40 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

7. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
8. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
9. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

(Connected Standby for Ethernet will support on Windows 8.1)
Ethernet to Ethernet:
1. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection to test machine.
2. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
3. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
4. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

5. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
6. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
50 MB
100 MB
200 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

7. Resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
8. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
9. Confirm connectivity successful.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

Ethernet to WLAN:
1. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection to test machine.
2. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
3. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
4. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

5. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
6. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
50 MB
100 MB
200 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

7. Unplug ethernet cable and resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
8. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
9. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Unplug ethernet cable and resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

Ethernet to WWAN:
1. Make sure WWAN adapter and active SIM card was inserted to the machine.
2. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection to test machine..
3. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
7. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
50 MB
100 MB
200 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

8. Unplug ethernet cable and resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
9. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
10. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.

Overnight Scenario:
11. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
12. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
13. Unplug ethernet cable and resume system
14. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.

Take down the time (Quick Connect Verification):
Press Fn (A) Connectivity Time (B) Measurement between System Resume - Connectivity Time (A-B)
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WLAN to WLAN connectivity results:
Confirm the following attachments if successfully received
50 MB -
100 MB -
200 MB -
Others -

WLAN to WWAN connectivity results:
Confirm the following attachments if successfully received
5 MB -
10 MB -
20 MB -
40 MB -
Others -

WLAN to Ethernet connectivity results:
Confirm the following attachments if successfully received
50 MB -
100 MB -
200 MB -
Others -

WWAN to WWAN connectivity results:
Confirm the following attachments if successfully received
5 MB -
10 MB -
20 MB -
40 MB -
Others -

WWAN to WLAN connectivity results:
Confirm the following attachments if successfully received
5 MB -
10 MB -
20 MB -
40 MB -
Others -

WWAN to Ethernet connectivity results:
Confirm the following attachments if successfully received
5 MB -
10 MB -
20 MB -
40 MB -
Others -

(Connected Standby for Ethernet will support on Windows 8.1)
Ethernet to Ethernet connectivity results:
Confirm the following attachments if successfully received
50 MB -
100 MB -
200 MB -
Others -

Ethernet to WLAN connectivity results:
Confirm the following attachments if successfully received
50 MB -
100 MB -
200 MB -
Others -

Ethernet to WWAN connectivity results:
Confirm the following attachments if successfully received
50 MB -
100 MB -
200 MB -
Others -
  • Confirm that system is still stable, no system hang up, bluescreen, crash messages or unexpected reboot occurred.
  • Confirm that Mail metro-tile shows one by one the number of unread message including the mail sent during Connected Standby mode.
  • Confirm that Email was received successfully including the attachment with correct file sizes.
  • Confirm that connectivity is successful after resuming from Connected Standby.
    - WLAN to WLAN connectivity
    - WLAN to WWAN connectivity
    - WLAN to Ethernet connectivity
    - WWAN to WWAN connectivity
    - WWAN to WLAN connectivity
    - WWAN to Ethernet connectivity
    (Connected Standby for Ethernet will support on Windows 8.1)
    - Ethernet to Ethernet connectivity
    - Ethernet to WLAN connectivity
    - Ethernet to WWAN connectivity
  • Confirm connectivity successful after resume from overnight.
Power Management in DC Mode
WLAN to WLAN connectivity:

1. Connect to access point.
2. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
3. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
4. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

5. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
6. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
50 MB
100 MB
200 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

7. Resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
8. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
9. Confirm connectivity successful.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

WLAN to Ethernet connectivity:
1. Connect to access point.
2. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
3. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
4. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

5. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
6. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
50 MB
100 MB
200 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

7. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
8. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
9. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Plug ethernet cable and resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

WLAN to WWAN connectivity:

1. Make sure WWAN adapter and active SIM card was inserted to the machine.
2. Connect to access point.
3. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, go to another place where the machine will no longer detect the wireless access point.
6. Get another machine.

7. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
8. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
50 MB
100 MB
200 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

9. Resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
10. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
11. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.

Overnight Scenario:
12. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-8.
13. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
14. Resume system
15. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.

WWAN to WWAN connectivity:

1. With SIM card attached, connect to SIM supported carrier.
2. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
3. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
4. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

5. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
6. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
5 MB
10 MB
20 MB
40 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

7. Resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
8. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
9. Confirm connectivity successful.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

WWAN to WLAN connectivity:

1. Make sure WWAN adapter and active SIM card was inserted to the machine.
2. Connect to WWAN.
3. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, go to another place where the machine will detect the wireless access point.
6. Get another machine.

7. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
8. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
5 MB
10 MB
20 MB
40 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

9. Resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
10. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
11. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

Overnight Scenario:
12. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-8.
13. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
14. Resume system
15. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

WWAN to Ethernet connectivity:

1. With SIM card attached, connect to SIM supported carrier.
2. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
3. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
4. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

5. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
6. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
5 MB
10 MB
20 MB
40 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

7. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
8. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
9. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Plug ethernet cable and resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

(Connected Standby for Ethernet will support on Windows 8.1)
Ethernet to Ethernet:
1. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection to test machine.
2. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
3. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
4. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

5. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
6. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
50 MB
100 MB
200 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

7. Resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
8. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
9. Confirm connectivity successful.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

Ethernet to WLAN:
1. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection to test machine.
2. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
3. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
4. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

5. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
6. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
50 MB
100 MB
200 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

7. Unplug ethernet cable and resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
8. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
9. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Unplug ethernet cable and resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

Ethernet to WWAN:
1. Make sure WWAN adapter and active SIM card was inserted to the machine.
2. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection to test machine.
3. Click Mail in Metro-tile GUI and sign-in with a Microsoft account.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different Email - (eg. MS Outlook/Windows Live Mail)
7. Send Email with attachments:

Attach the following files:
50 MB
100 MB
200 MB
Or maximum file size provided by the public emails.

8. Unplug ethernet cable and resume system and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Press Fn).
9. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect to the internet and take down note the time in Quick Connect Verification table below (Connectivity Time).
10. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.

Overnight Scenario:
11. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-6.
12. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
13. Unplug ethernet cable and resume system
14. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.

Take down the time (Quick Connect Verification):
Press Fn (A) Connectivity Time (B) Measurement between System Resume - Connectivity Time (A-B)
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  • Confirm that system is still stable, no system hang up, bluescreen, crash messages or unexpected reboot occurred.
  • Confirm that Mail metro-tile shows one by one the number of unread message including the mail sent during Connected Standby mode.
  • Confirm that Email was received successfully including the attachment with correct file sizes.
  • Confirm that connectivity is successful after resuming from Connected Standby.
    - WLAN to WLAN connectivity
    - WLAN to WWAN connectivity
    - WLAN to Ethernet connectivity
    - WWAN to WWAN connectivity
    - WWAN to WLAN connectivity
    - WWAN to Ethernet connectivity
    (Connected Standby for Ethernet will support on Windows 8.1)
    - Ethernet to Ethernet connectivity
    - Ethernet to WLAN connectivity
    - Ethernet to WWAN connectivity
Confirm connectivity successful after resume from overnight.


Connected Standby Mode Social Networking Verification
Test Procedure Expected Result(s)
Win8 32 Bit
Win8 64 Bit
Power Management in AC Mode

WLAN to WLAN connectivity:

1. Connect to access point.
2. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
3. Make sure not to close the websites.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
7. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
8. Resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
9. Confirm connectivity successful.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

WLAN to WWAN connectivity:

1. Make sure WWAN adapter and active SIM card was inserted to the machine.
2. Connect to access point.
3. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
4. Make sure not to close the websites.
5. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
6. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, go to another place where the machine will no longer detect the wireless access point.
7. Get another machine.

8. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
9. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
10. Resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
11. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-7.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

WLAN to Ethernet connectivity:

1. Connect to access point.
2. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
3. Make sure not to close the websites.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
7. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
8. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
9. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

WWAN to WWAN connectivity:

1. With SIM card attached, connect to SIM supported carrier.
2. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
3. Make sure not to close the websites.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
7. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
8. Resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
9. Confirm connectivity successful.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

WWAN to WLAN connectivity:

1. Make sure WWAN adapter and active SIM card was inserted to the machine.
2. Connect to WWAN.
3. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
4. Make sure not to close the websites.
5. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
6. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, go to another place where the machine will detect the wireless access point.
7. Get another machine.

8. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
9. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
10. Resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
11. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-7.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

WWAN to Ethernet connectivity:

1. With SIM card attached, connect to SIM supported carrier.
2. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
3. Make sure not to close the websites.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
7. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
8. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
9. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

(Connected Standby for Ethernet will support on Windows 8.1)
Ethernet to Ethernet connectivity:

1. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection to test machine.
2. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
3. Make sure not to close the websites.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
7. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
8. Resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
9. Confirm connectivity successful.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

Ethernet to WLAN connectivity:

1. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection to test machine.
2. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
3. Make sure not to close the websites.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
7. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
8. Unplug ethernet cable and resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
9. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Unplug ethernet cable and resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

Ethernet to WWAN connectivity:

1. With SIM card attached, connect to SIM supported carrier.
2. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection to test machine.
3. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
4. Make sure not to close the websites.
5. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
6. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

7. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
8. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
9. Unplug ethernet cable and resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
10. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.

Overnight Scenario:
11. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
12. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
13. Unplug ethernet cable and resume system
14. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.
  • Confirm that system is still stable, no system hang up, bluescreen, crash messages or unexpected reboot occurred.
  • Confirm that social networking sites updates / notifications shows.
  • Confirm that Facebook / any social networking sites metro-tile shows updates / notifications done during Connected Standby mode.
  • Confirm that connectivity is successful after resuming from Connected Standby.
    - WLAN to WLAN connectivity
    - WLAN to WWAN connectivity
    - WLAN to Ethernet connectivity
    - WWAN to WWAN connectivity
    - WWAN to WLAN connectivity
    - WWAN to Ethernet connectivity
    (Connected Standby for Ethernet will support on Windows 8.1)
    - Ethernet to Ethernet connectivity
    - Ethernet to WLAN connectivity
    - Ethernet to WWAN connectivity
  • Confirm connectivity successful after resume from overnight.
Power Management in DC Mode
WLAN to WLAN connectivity:

1. Connect to access point.
2. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
3. Make sure not to close the websites.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.
5.1 Do also this procedure while the machine is in Sleeve / Smart Cover.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
7. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
8. Resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
9. Confirm connectivity successful.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

WLAN to WWAN connectivity:

1. Make sure WWAN adapter and active SIM card was inserted to the machine.
2. Connect to access point.
3. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
4. Make sure not to close the websites.
5. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
6. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, go to another place where the machine will no longer detect the wireless access point.
6.1 Do also this procedure while the machine is in Sleeve / Smart Cover.
7. Get another machine.

8. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
9. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
10. Resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
11. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-7.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

WLAN to Ethernet connectivity:

1. Connect to access point.
2. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
3. Make sure not to close the websites.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
7. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
8. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
9. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

WWAN to WWAN connectivity:

1. With SIM card attached, connect to SIM supported carrier.
2. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
3. Make sure not to close the websites.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
7. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
8. Resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
9. Confirm connectivity successful.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

WWAN to WLAN connectivity:

1. Make sure WWAN adapter and active SIM card was inserted to the machine.
2. Connect to WWAN.
3. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
4. Make sure not to close the websites.
5. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
6. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, go to another place where the machine will detect the wireless access point.
6.1 Do also this procedure while the machine is in Sleeve / Smart Cover.
7. Get another machine.

8. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
9. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
10. Resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
11. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-7.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

WWAN to Ethernet connectivity:

1. With SIM card attached, connect to SIM supported carrier.
2. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
3. Make sure not to close the websites.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
7. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
8. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
9. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection and resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful to Ethernet.

(Connected Standby for Ethernet will support on Windows 8.1)
Ethernet to Ethernet connectivity:

1. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection to test machine.
2. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
3. Make sure not to close the websites.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
7. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
8. Resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
9. Confirm connectivity successful.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful.

Ethernet to WLAN connectivity:

1. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection to test machine.
2. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
3. Make sure not to close the websites.
4. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
5. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

6. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
7. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
8. Unplug ethernet cable and resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
9. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

Overnight Scenario:
10. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
11. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
12. Unplug ethernet cable and resume system
13. Confirm connectivity successful to WLAN.

Ethernet to WWAN connectivity:

1. With SIM card attached, connect to SIM supported carrier.
2. Plug ethernet cable with available internet connection to test machine.
3. Browse to internet and login to any social networking sites (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
4. Make sure not to close the websites.
5. Press Power button to enter Connected Standby mode.
6. While the system is in Connected Standby mode, get another machine.

7. Using other machine connected, browse to the Internet and login to different social networking sites - (eg. Facebook, Twitter, Sobees, etc.)
8. Send notifications to the test machine in Connected Standby mode.
9. Unplug ethernet cable and resume the test machine from Connected Standby mode.
10. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.

Overnight Scenario:
11. After completing the above tests, repeat steps 1-5.
12. Leave the system in Connected Standby overnight.
13. Unplug ethernet cable and resume system
14. Confirm connectivity successful to WWAN.
  • Confirm that system is still stable, no system hang up, bluescreen, crash messages or unexpected reboot occurred.
  • Confirm that social networking sites updates / notifications shows.
  • Confirm that Facebook / any social networking sites metro-tile shows updates / notifications done during Connected Standby mode.
  • Confirm that connectivity is successful after resuming from Connected Standby.
    - WLAN to WLAN connectivity
    - WLAN to WWAN connectivity
    - WLAN to Ethernet connectivity
    - WWAN to WWAN connectivity
    - WWAN to WLAN connectivity
    - WWAN to Ethernet connectivity
    (Connected Standby for Ethernet will support on Windows 8.1)
    - Ethernet to Ethernet connectivity
    - Ethernet to WLAN connectivity
    - Ethernet to WWAN connectivity
  • Confirm connectivity successful after resume from overnight.

WiFi Instant Connect for Connected Standby Verification
Test Procedure Expected Result(s)
Win8 32 Bit
Win8 64 Bit
Power Management in AC Mode
1. Connect via Ethernet.
2. Go to Metro-tile GUI, right click and choose All apps.
3. Run as administrator Command Prompt.
4. Ping to check success connectivity.
5. From Desktop, click the Wireless Connection icon from taskbar.
6. Find available WLAN profile and configure.
7. Before connecting WLAN profile, unplug the Ethernet and take down the time disconnected in the table below column A.
8. Connect WLAN profile.
9. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect the WLAN successfully and take down the time in the table below column B.

Take down the time (Quick Connect Verification):
Ethernet Disconnect Time (A) WLAN Connectivity Time (B) Measurement between Ethernet Disconnect Time - WLAN Connectivity Time
(A-B)
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Trial 5:
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Trial 4:
Trial 5:
Average: (Criteria should not exceed to 2 seconds as per the picture above "Greatly reduced connection time")


  • Confirm that system is still stable, no system hang up, bluescreen, crash messages or unexpected reboot occurred.
  • Confirm WLAN success connectivity after disconnecting from Ethernet.
  • Confirm that expected criteria meets.
Power Management in DC Mode1. Connect via Ethernet.
2. Go to Metro-tile GUI, right click and choose All apps.
3. Run as administrator Command Prompt.
4. Ping to check success connectivity.
5. From Desktop, click the Wireless Connection icon from taskbar.
6. Find available WLAN profile and configure.
7. Before connecting WLAN profile, unplug the Ethernet and take down the time disconnected in the table below column A.
8. Connect WLAN profile.
9. Count by timer how many seconds/minutes will it take to connect the WLAN successfully and take down the time in the table below column B.

Take down the time (Quick Connect Verification):
Ethernet Disconnect Time (A) WLAN Connectivity Time (B) Measurement between Ethernet Disconnect Time - WLAN Connectivity Time
(A-B)
Trial 1:
Trial 2:
Trial 3:
Trial 4:
Trial 5:
Trial 1:
Trial 2:
Trial 3:
Trial 4:
Trial 5:
Trial 1:
Trial 2:
Trial 3:
Trial 4:
Trial 5:
Average: (Criteria should not exceed to 2 seconds as per the picture above "Greatly reduced connection time")


Note: Perform this also when the system is inside the Sleeve / Smart Cover
  • Confirm that system is still stable, no system hang up, bluescreen, crash messages or unexpected reboot occurred.
  • Confirm WLAN success connectivity after disconnecting from Ethernet.
  • Confirm that expected criteria meets.
  • Confirm also after Sleeve mode scenario.
OTHER DETAILS
EUT Quantity : TBD 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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Obsoleted last: 2017-07-06 16:23:24.953108, by Miyuki Komatsu, Replace to AOAC Test Cases