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FR-2-C-20110422-000113

Logo ID 02-C-000601
Approved Date 2011/05/18
Application ID FR-2-C-20110422-000113
Applied Date 2011/04/22
Usage Agreement Agreed
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Target Information Application Phase Phase-2
Test Category Core Protocols
Vendor Name NETASQ
Country FR
Product Name NETASQ Firewall-UTM Appliances
Product Version 9.0.1
Product Classification Router
Product Description NETASQ delivers cost effective, proactive all-in-one network security appliances, using patented technologies to provide the best combination of protection, performance and control for companies of every size.
Vendor's Note
    Note 1: 

FreeBSD, acting as a router or a host, will lose the first fragmented packet,
when it uses NS/NA to discover a neighbor.
These situations occur in the following test items.

## 1.6.A.NetBSD.NETASQ.Network2.dump ##
## 1.6.A.USAGI.FreeBSD.Network2.dump ##
We use FreeBSD as REF-Host2.

## 1.6.B.NETASQ.Linux.Network2.dump ##
## 1.6.B.NETASQ.OpenBSD.Network2.dump ##
We use FreeBSD as REF-Host1.

## 1.6.D.NetBSD.NETASQ.Network2.dump ##
## 1.6.D.USAGI.NETASQ.Network2.dump ##
We use FreeBSD as REF-Router2 and REF-Router3.

## 1.6.E.NETASQ.Linux.Network2.dump ##
## 1.6.E.NETASQ.OpenBSD.Network2.dump ##
We use FreeBSD as REF-Router3 and REF-Router4.

Note 2:

#1.6.A.NetBSD.NETASQ.Network1.dump#
In test 1.6.A, NetBSD (TAR-Host1) fragments the echo reply directly.
We execute an additional ping on NetBSD to prove that TAR-Router1 returns
an ICMPv6 Packet Too Big Message when the packet is not fragmented.

Note 3:

#1.6.B NETASQ.OpenBSD.Network1.dump#
In test 1.6.B, OpenBSD (TAR-Router2) fragments the echo reply directly.
We execute an additional ping on OpenBSD to prove that TAR-Router1 returns
an ICMPv6 Packet Too Big Message when the packet is not fragmented.
Test Information Test Specification 4.0.6
Interoperability Test Scneario 4.0.4
Information for Series of Product
Interoperable
Devices
Router
1 Vendor Name OpenBSD
Device Name OpenBSD
Version 4.8
2 Vendor Name Ubuntu
Device Name Ubuntu Server Edition
Version 10.10
Host
1 Vendor Name NetBSD
Device Name NetBSD
Version 5.1
2 Vendor Name USAGI Project
Device Name USAGI
Version usagi-linux26-s20060918
Target supporting
Advanced Functions:
o Transmitting Echo Requests and configuring packet size
- Multicast Routing
o MTU Configuration
o Multiple physical network interfaces