Bug #129

A general purpose test plan

Added by Dave Täht on May 9, 2011. Updated on Dec 8, 2011.
New Urgent Dave Täht


And test environment, with automated tests, would be very nice to have.


Updated by Dave Täht on May 18, 2011.
Updated by Dave Täht on May 18, 2011.
Updated by Dave Täht on May 22, 2011.
Updated by Dave Täht on Jul 27, 2011.
Updated by Dave Täht on Jul 27, 2011.
Updated by David Taht on Aug 1, 2011.
I wonder if this feature works anymore
Updated by Dave Täht on Aug 1, 2011.
Given all the bugs on the buglist, I really need to take a couple days with writing this up, and generate a test plan and write some test tools, and build an overall test strategy. My plan at the moment is to take a looooong train ride across canada this week to do this. I’m told that wifi works periodically on that train, and there is power, but would like details…

Maybe some additional testing hardware is needed too. I just got a demo key for some test software to try out:

There are some extra steps in addition to the LANforge Installation documentation shown below in configuring your own Linux box with ath9k NIC for use with LANforge. Please see the attached wifi_notes.txt or call us at 360-380-1618.

Please let us know if you would like additional features enabled for your demo purposes.

The attached LANforge License file includes installation instructions,
please contact us at support@candelatech.com if you require assistance.

In order to obtain the LANforge Server and GUI software, you will need
to use your website account login. Create one here:

Latest LANforge software release:

LANforge GUI software installation documentation:

LANforge Server software installation documentation:

Our systems price list can be found here:

For emulating up to 32 wireless stations, the CT520 is \$7995.
For emulating up to 64 wireless stations, the CT520-64 is \$8995.
For emulating up to 128 wireless stations, the CT520-128 is \$9995.

Annual support is 17% of the total system price plus any additional features such as WAN emulation, Secondary IPs, Armageddon, VoIP etc…

We do have one in stock as pictured here:

But we can also install on other platforms we have in stock such as:

Updated by Dave Täht on Aug 23, 2011.
I really need to start seriously working on this, the list has grown too hard to keep in my head, or test manually.
Updated by Dave Täht on Sep 1, 2011.
Updated by Dave Täht on Dec 8, 2011.
I need to dump all the kinds of testing I do manually out of my head and start finding ways to automate them.

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