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Created on 13/04/2016 16:55:14  by msesha_nw
Last modified on  14/06/2016 18:46:02  by m_komatsu_nw
Summary

 To verify Wireless Connectivity across multiple Access Points

Preconditions
Status:   New
Priority:   Mandatory
BASIC INFORMATION
Section:S/W Test Require attachment:No
Team:Network Group:Test Coverage
Lessons Learned: Phase:SIT
Locations:Inhouse: AWS and Cambridge Owned By:Eiji Ogata/LENOVO
Objective:To verify connectivity and all functionalities of Wireless LAN
CRITERIA
EUT QUANTITY
EQUIPMENT

Network PA Facility including the Access Points and all radio modes 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac

Cisco

Apple Airport

Buffalo ac/n

Netgear ac

Linksys

Asus

Tenda

D- Link

TP-Link

Critical Attribute:
CONFIGURATION

All Supported WLAN adapters

REFERENCE PROCEDURE

STATISTIC INFO
Operating System Win10-64bit Total
Test Points
Duration
Workload
# Step actions Win10-64bit
1

 WLAN Device Manager Confirmation

A
2

 Options Confirmation

A
3

 Basic Network Functions

A
4

 VPN Connectivity

A
5

 Basic Network functions with Power save mode options

A
6

 Performance after Power Management

A
7

 Wireless Radio test with PM

A
8

 Power Management using ATS

A
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.

WLAN Device Manager Confirmation

Intel WLAN Adapter

Test Item

Criteria

OS

W10

Device Confirmation

1. Install the latest Intel Wireless LAN driver as per instructions mentioned in build letter.

2. Go to Device Manager and open the property window of Wireless LAN adapter

Confirm that driver is successfully installed and there is no yellow mark for WLAN adapter in device manager.

Cross check the versions of the WLAN adapter with build letter.

A

Options Confirmation

1. Go to "Advanced" tab

2. In "Property" option, select "802.11n Channel Width (2.4GHz)", confirm if "Use default value" is selected. (Auto option will be selected by default). Change value and confirm WL connectivity.

3. Select "802.11n Channel Width (5.2GHz)", confirm if “Use default value" is selected. (Auto option will be selected by default). Change value and confirm WL connectivity.

4. Select "Adhoc Channel" , change the 802.11a/b/g value from channels 1 - 11 and confirm the adhoc profile connectivity

5. Select "Adhoc QoS Mode"and confirm whether "Use default value" option is selected

6. Select "ARP offload for WoWLAN" and confirm "Enabled" is the default value selected.

7. Select "GTK rekeying for WoWLAN" and confirm "Enabled" is the default value selected.

8. Select "HT Mode", confirm if the following shows by default depending on Intel WLAN card inserted

1. "Disabled" = 11bg mode

1.Confirm whether connection is established to 802.11b and 802.11g Access Points only

2. "HT Mode" = 11n [High Throughput Mode]

1. Confirm whether connection is established to 802.11n supported Access Points only

3. "VHT Mode" = 11ac [Very High Throughput Mode]

1. Confirm whether connection is established to 802.11ac supported Access Points only

9. Select "Mixed mode protection" and confirm whether “Use default value" option is selected.

10. Select "NS offload for WoWLAN" and confirm "Enabled" is the default value selected.

11. Select "Preferred Band", change the following values and confirm WL connectivity:

1. "No Preference"

2. "Prefer 2.4GHz band"

3. "Prefer 5.2GHz band"

12. Select "Roaming Aggressiveness" and confirm whether "Use default value" option is selected.

13. Select "Sleep on WoWLAN Disconnect" change the values and confirm option is working.

14. Select "Transmit Power" and confirm whether "Use default value" option is selected. Move the cursor to Lowest/Highest as well as some value between highest and lowest and confirm the WL connectivity

15. Select "Wake on Magic Packet" and confirm "Enabled" is the default value selected.

16. Select "Wake on Pattern Match" and confirm "Enabled" is the default value selected.

17. Select "Wireless Mode" and confirm wireless connectivity with different Access Points.

18. Select "802.11a only" and confirm whether connection is established to 802.11a Access Point only

19. Select "802.11b only" and confirm whether connection is established to 802.11b Access Point only.

20. Select "802.11g only" and confirm whether connection is established to 802.11g Access Point only.

21. Select "802.11a and 802.11g" and confirm whether connection is established to 802.11a and 802.11g Access Points only

22. Select "802.11b and 802.11g" and confirm whether connection is established to 802.11b and 802.11g Access Points only

23. Select "802.11a,802.11b and 802.11g" and confirm whether connection is established to all Access Points

· Confirm whether all the available options are working fine.

· Check whether connection is established after each option change

ECR233679 ALL:WLAN show yellow mark in DM w/ 'Allow the ... save power' uncheck

A

Test to be performed in Admin mode and User Mode

Basic Network functions

802.11 a Mode

TCP/IP

1. Configure TCP/IP (Static IP address) only.

2. Ping to server with 2048 bytes.

3. Download files using ftp.

4. Configure TCP/IP (DHCP) only.

5. Download files using ftp (>300MB files).

6. Configure Internet Explorer 5 (or latest)

7. Download files from the internet

8. Map shared network directory and copy files.

9. Configure TCP/IP.

10. Using FTP download files of >300 MB.

11. Using shared directory copy files of > 300 MB

802.11 b Mode

TCP/IP

1. Configure TCP/IP (Static IP address) only

2. Ping to server with 2048 bytes

3. Download files using ftp

4. Configure TCP/IP (DHCP) only

5. Download files using ftp (>300MB files)

6. Configure Internet Explorer 5 (or latest)

7. Download files from the internet

8. Map shared network directory and copy files.

9. Configure TCP/IP

10. Using FTP download files of >300 MB

11. Using shared directory copy files of > 300 MB

802.11g Mode

TCP/IP

1. Configure TCP/IP (Static IP address) only

2. Ping to server with 2048 bytes

3. Download files using ftp

4. Configure TCP/IP (DHCP) only

5. Download files using ftp (>300MB files)

6. Configure Internet Explorer 5 (or latest)

7. Download files from the internet

8. Map shared network directory and copy files.

9. Configure TCP/IP

10. Using FTP download files of >300 MB

11. Using shared directory copy files of > 300 MB

802.11n Mode

TCP/IP

1. Configure TCP/IP (Static IP address) only

2. Ping to server with 2048 bytes

3. Download files using ftp

4. Configure TCP/IP (DHCP) only

5. Download files using ftp (>300MB files)

6. Configure Internet Explorer 5 (or latest)

7. Download files from the internet

8. Map shared network directory and copy files.

9. Configure TCP/IP

10. Using FTP download files of >300 MB

11. Using shared directory copy files of > 300 MB

802.11 ac Mode

TCP/IP

1. Configure TCP/IP (Static IP address) only

2. Ping to server with 2048 bytes

3. Download files using ftp

4. Configure TCP/IP (DHCP) only

5. Download files using ftp (>300MB files)

6. Configure Internet Explorer 5 (or latest)

7. Download files from the internet

8. Map shared network directory and copy files.

9. Configure TCP/IP

10. Using FTP download files of >300 MB

11. Using shared directory copy files of > 300 MB

Next Button is greyed out when click another AP when connecting to a Hidden network.

Reference: ECR333638 [LG Intel + LG AMD + Larue + ST2CB2]:W10: The "Next" button is grayed out after clicking another available AP when connecting to a hidden network

Reason: Approved as permanent Limitation

For Files download test with PM, NetworkReliability.zip ATS Script can also be used. Download from ATSadmincosole for latest updated scripts.

Adhoc profile shows connected after the client is disconnected with Non-intel WLAN cards

Reference:

[LG2.0 AMD] W7: Ad-hoc shows "Connected" after connected client is disconnected , Broadcom WLAN , R00BL01W

A

Basic Network functions with Power Save Mode options

For Intel Wi-Fi Adapters [UR-03164AP]

-Go to Device Manager à Network Adapters à select the wireless adapter

-Double click to pop up properties window

For Intel Wi-Fi Adapters [UR-03164AP]

-Go to Device Manager à Network Adapters à select the wireless adapter

-Double click to pop up properties window

-Select the à Power Management à tab

-Check the checkbox containing, Allow the computer to turn off the device to save power?

-Perform the following TCP/IP that can be seen below

For Non-Intel Wi-Fi Adapters

In Device Manager->Network adapters->select the wireless adapter

Double click to pop up properties window.

in Advanced tab, property window,

Set the Power Save Mode option to "Always Enable" option and perform the following

TCP/IP

1. Configure TCP/IP (Static IP address) only

2. Ping to server with 2048 bytes

3. Download files using ftp

4. Configure TCP/IP (DHCP) only

5. Download files using ftp (>300MB files)

6. Configure Internet Explorer 5 (or latest)

7. Download files from the internet

8. Map shared network directory

9. Copy files.

10. Configure TCP/IP

11. Using FTP download files of >300 MB

12. Using shared directory copy files of > 300 MB

For Intel Wi-Fi Adapters

-Go to Device Manager -- Network Adapters à select the wireless adapter

-Double click to pop up properties window

-Select the àPower Management à tab

-Uncheck the checkbox containing à Allow the computer to turn OFF the device to save power?

-Perform the following TCP/IP that can be seen below

For Non-Intel Wi-Fi Adapters

In Device Manager->Network adapters->select the wireless adapter

Double click to pop up properties window.

in Advanced tab, property window,

Set the Power Save Mode option to "Auto Enable" option and perform the following

TCP/IP

1. Configure TCP/IP (Static IP address) only

2. Ping to server with 2048 bytes

3. Download files using ftp

4. Configure TCP/IP (DHCP) only

5. Download files using ftp (>300MB files)

6. Configure Internet Explorer 5 (or latest)

7. Download files from the internet

8. Map shared network directory and copy files.

9. Configure TCP/IP

10. Using FTP download files of >300 MB

11. Using shared directory copy files of > 300 MB

For Non-Intel Wi-Fi Adapters

Also check with the Power save Mode option as "Disable"

Note: [UR-4140SG]

Intel confirmed this as expected on Connected Standby systems as below.

MWG100207445 [WiFi-Stone Peak 1216 Soldered down] From device manager: ?Power Management? Tab is missing.

MWG100207446 [Wi-Fi Stone Peak 1216 Soldered down] From Advanced tab, the Wake on Magic Packet is? Disabled?

Reference:

ECR211555: W8.1:There is no PM option in Network adapter properties w/Intel 7265A

ECR212160: W8.1:The default value of Wake on Magic Packet is Disable

For Files download test with PM, NetworkReliability.zip ATS Script can also be used. Download from ATSadmincosole for latest updated scripts.

3. Perform test by following the check sheet.

3-1.Power Management in AC Mode (Static IP)

3-2.Power Management in DC mode (DHCP)

3-3Performance after PM

Note :

Wireless Radio must retain the status that was available before PM event or system restart.

ie. If Radio ON before Suspend, On resuming from suspend it should be still ON

If Radio OFF before Suspend, on resuming from suspend it should be still OFF.

Power Management TestEach item to be tested for 10 trials.

Power Management in AC Mode

1. Configure TCP/IP (Static IP)

2. Browse the network for confirmation

3. Enter into suspend

4. Resume after one minute

5. Download files from the network

6. Enter into Hibernation

7. Resume after one minute

8. Download files from the network

Power Management in DC mode

1. Configure TCP/IP (DHCP)

2. Browse the network for confirmation

3. Enter into suspend

4. Resume after one minute

5. Download files from the network

6. Enter into Hibernation

7. Resume after one minute

8. Download files from the network

Power Management by LID close

1. Connect to network through access point

2. Perform suspend by LID close

3. Resume from suspend, and check function

4. CRITERIA: "Ping" to default GW works

5. Repeat steps 2 - 3 for 5 times

Power Management by Timer

1. Connect to network through access point

2. Perform suspend by timer (set for 2 minutes)

3. Resume from suspend

4. Confirm the functionality of the wireless adapter

5. Perform Hibernation by timer (set for 2 minutes)

6. Resume from Hibernation

7. Confirm the functionality of the wireless adapter

Suspend with Radio ON/OFF

1. Connect to network through access point

2. Ensure that Radio is ON

3. Perform suspend (Fn+F4)

4. Resume from suspend

5. Confirm the functionality of the wireless adapter

6. Turn WL Radio is OFF

7. Perform suspend (Fn+F4)

8. Resume from suspend

9. Confirm the functionality of the wireless adapter

Hibernate with Radio ON/OFF

1. Connect to network through access point

2. Ensure that Radio is ON

3. Perform Hibernate

4. Resume from hibernation

5. Confirm the functionality of the wireless adapter

6. Turn OFF WL Radio.

7. Perform Hibernate

8. Resume from hibernation

9. Confirm the functionality of the wireless adapter

Performance after S1 state

1. Connect to network through access point

2. Perform S1 and resume.

3. Measure the throughput by downloading files

4. for 1 Mbps for 5 Mbps for 11 Mbps

5. Measure the throughput for both TCP/IP

Performance after S3 state

1. Connect to network through access point

2. Perform S3 and resume.

3. Measure the throughput by downloading files

4. for 1 Mbps for 5 Mbps for 11 Mbps

5. Measure the throughput for both TCP/IP

Performance after S4 state

1. Connect to network through access point

2. Perform S4 and resume.

3. Measure the throughput by downloading files

4. for 1 Mbps for 5 Mbps for 11 Mbps

5. Measure the throughput for both TCP/IP

Long Run after S3 state (Overnight)

1. Configure TCP/IP (DHCP)

2. Browse the network for confirmation / continuous ping

3. Enter into suspend for at least 8 hours

4. Resume the next day

5. Confirm connectivity successful and adapter works fine

6. Try to download files from the network for confirmation

Long Run after S4 state (Overnight)

1. Configure TCP/IP (DHCP)

2. Browse the network for confirmation / continuous ping

3. Enter into hibernate for at least 8 hours

4. Resume the next day

5. Confirm connectivity successful and adapter works fine

6. Try to download files from the network for confirmation

For Files download test with PM, NetworkReliability.zip ATS Script can also be used. Download from ATSadmincosole for latest updated scripts.

Wireless LAN Device

1. Device Manager entry

2. Check Basic WLAN connectivity

3. Suspend and Resume

4. Check Basic WLAN connectivity

5. File copy

6. Repeat the above steps 5 times

1. Device Manager entry

2. Check Basic WLAN connectivity

3. Hibernate and Resume

4. Check Basic WLAN connectivity

5. File copy

6. Repeat the above steps 5 times

1. Device Manager entry

2. Check Basic WLAN connectivity

3. Warm boot [system restart]

4. Check Basic WLAN connectivity

5. File copy

6. Repeat the above steps 5 times

1. Device Manager entry

2. Check Basic WLAN connectivity

3. Shutdown and Restart

4. Check Basic WLAN connectivity

5. File copy

6. Repeat the above steps 5 times

The same test can also be performed using IPConfigVerifyAfterPM ATS script.

Power Management Auto Connect (For Edge and Classic Products)

Note: Before connecting WLAN profile, enable "Connect Automatically" checkbox.

Suspend

1. Confirm that WLAN connects successfully

2. Let the system go to suspend

3. Resume after one minute

4. Confirm that WLAN will auto connect successfully.

Restart

1. Confirm that WLAN connects successfully

2. Restart the system

3. Confirm that WLAN auto connect

The same test can also be performed using IPConfigVerifyAfterPM ATS script.

· System should retain the previous Radio status after suspend

· Confirm that Wireless LED is OFF when the system is in Suspend Mode

Confirm WLAN will auto connect after Suspend/Resume

· System should retain the previous Radio status after suspend

· Confirm that Wireless LED is OFF when the system is in Suspend Mode

Confirm WLAN auto connect after Restart

Power Management Wireless Radio (For Edge and Classic Products)- Each item to be tested for 10 trials.

Suspend

1. Confirm that Airplane Mode is OFF

2. Confirm that Wireless radio is ON

3. Suspend the system using Fn+F4

4. Resume after one minute

5. Confirm that Airplane Mode is still OFF

6. Confirm that Wireless radio is still ON

7. Confirm that Airplane Mode is ON

8. Confirm that Wireless radio is OFF

9. Suspend the system using Fn+F4

10. Resume after one minute

11. Confirm that Airplane Mode is still ON

12. Confirm that Wireless radio is still OFF

Lid Close

1. Confirm that Airplane Mode is OFF

2. Confirm that Wireless radio is ON

3. Suspend the system by Lid Close

4. Resume after one minute

5. Confirm that Airplane Mode is still OFF

6. Confirm that Wireless radio is still ON

7. Confirm that Airplane Mode is ON

8. Confirm that Wireless radio is OFF

9. Suspend the system using Fn+F4

10. Resume after one minute

11. Confirm that Airplane Mode is still ON

12. Confirm that Wireless radio is still OFF

Hibernate

(Note: To enable Hibernate option, left click the Battery icon in tasktray > choose Power Options > click Choose what the power buttons do > click Change settings that are currently unavailable > under Shutdown settings, check Hibernate check box.)

1. Confirm that Airplane Mode is OFF

2. Confirm that Wireless radio is ON

3. Hibernate the system by choosing Hibernate option in Charms bar > Power.

4. Resume after one minute

5. Confirm that Airplane Mode is still OFF

6. Confirm that Wireless radio is still ON

7. Confirm that Airplane Mode is ON

8. Confirm that Wireless radio is OFF

9. Hibernate the system by choosing Hibernate option in Charms bar > Power.

10. Resume after one minute

11. Confirm that Airplane Mode is still ON

12. Confirm that Wireless radio is still OFF

Restart

1. Confirm that Airplane Mode is OFF

2. Confirm that Wireless radio is ON

3. Restart the system

4. Confirm that Airplane Mode is still OFF

5. Confirm that Wireless radio is still ON

6. Confirm that Airplane Mode is ON

7. Confirm that Wireless radio is OFF

8. Restart the system

9. Confirm that Airplane Mode is still ON

10. Confirm that Wireless radio is still OFF

Shutdown

1. Confirm that Airplane Mode is OFF

2. Confirm that Wireless radio is ON

3. Power OFF the system

4. Power ON the system

5. When system became stable, confirm that Airplane Mode is still OFF

6. Confirm that Wireless radio is still ON

7. Confirm that Airplane Mode is ON

8. Confirm that Wireless radio is OFF

9. Power OFF the system

10. Power ON the system

11. When system became stable, confirm that Airplane Mode is still ON

12. Confirm that Wireless radio is still OFF

Note: wireless LED is available only in certain products.

· System should retain the previous Radio status after suspend

Confirm that Wireless LED is OFF when the system is in Suspend Mode

  • System should retain the previous Radio status after suspend by LID close

· Confirm that Wireless LED is OFF when the system is in Lid Close.

  • System should retain the previous Radio status after Hibernate

· Confirm that Wireless LED is OFF when the system is in Hibernate Mode

· System should retain the previous Radio status after restart

  • System should retain the previous Radio status after shutdown/power on

· Confirm that Wireless LED is OFF when the system is Shutdown.

Power Management using ATS

1. Download the IPConfigAfterPM.zip from ATS admin console.

2. Disable all PM timers in Power options.

3. Launch Charms --> Settings --> Network, Click on the Network under mobile broad band. Ensure Connect Automatically is checked.

4. Unzip IPConfigAfterPM.zip, Navigate to IPConfigAfterPM --> ATS Sys Files and Right click the file Set Execution Policy_Bypass.bat and select Run as Administrator.

5. Navigate to IPConfigAfterPM folder and right click the file IPConfigAfterPM.ps1 and select Run with powershell.

6. Select test mode as Silent, Click S3,S4 and R button.

7. Enter the input as Loop Count: 50, S3 resume time: 60, S3 resume time: 60, S4 resume time: 60, S4 resume time: 60 and R elapse time: 120. and click Ok.

8. Click no for changing Power plan.

9. Wait for the Script to run through and Script end message to appear.

Once test is completed, Open the IPConfigAfterPM_DevLog.htm file and check for any network connectivity failures.

Note: The same scenario is also covered in 5402PA: Network : Ethernet / WLAN / WWAN Performance measurement test

OTHER DETAILS

Perform all the connectivity releated test items covering All the above mentioned Access Points.

Perform all the test in both User and Admin Mode and in both AC and Battery

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Update History:
Modified last: 2016-06-14 18:46:02.194, by Miyuki Komatsu_nw
Modified last: 2016-04-15 16:44:23.577, by Muralidharan Seshadri_nw
Modified last: 2016-04-15 16:42:50.476, by Muralidharan Seshadri_nw
Modified last: 2016-04-15 16:38:02.11, by Muralidharan Seshadri_nw