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CN-2-C-20180427-000513

Logo ID 02-C-001743
Approved Date 2018/06/12
Application ID CN-2-C-20180427-000513
Applied Date 2018/04/27
Usage Agreement Agreed
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Target Information Application Phase Phase-2
Test Category Core Protocols
Vendor Name New H3C Techonlogies Co., Limited
Country CN
Product Name MSR3660
Product Version Comware V7.1
Product Classification Router
Product Description Router
Vendor's Note
    Note 1:
##About ROUTER.NetBSD and HOST.OpenBSD##
When NetBSD or OpenBSD act as the target, and receive ICMPv6 Echo Requests with 1500 bytes,they response and fragment ICMPv6 Echo Replies within MTU 1280 bytes.

Note 2:
##About 1.6.A.OpenBSD##
For the reason mentioned in Note 1, we exchange the direction of ping in 1.6.A.OpenBSD. That is ping from OpenBSD(TAR-Host1)to REF-Host2(FreeBSD). We use the command "ping6 -mm" to force OpenBSD sending ICMPv6 Echo Requests without fragmenting.

Note 3:
##About 1.6.B.NetBSD##
We exchange the direction of ping in 1.6.B.NetBSD step 13.That is ping from NetBSD(TAR-Router2) to REF-Host1. We use the command "ping6 -mm" to force NetBSD sending ICMPv6 Echo Requests without fragmenting.

Note 4:
##About 1.6.D.OpenBSD##
We exchange the order of ping in 1.6.D.OpenBSD. That is first ping from OpenBSD(TAR-Host1) to our device(TAR-Router1), then ping from our device to OpenBSD, in this way we can observe the Packet Too Big message for our device and for OpenBSD. We use the command "ping6 -mm" to force OpenBSD sending ICMPv6 Echo Requests without fragmenting.
Test Information Test Specification 4.0.7
Interoperability Test Scneario 4.0.4
Information for Series of Product
Interoperable
Devices
Router
1 Vendor Name FreeBSD
Device Name FreeBSD
Version 7.0-Release
2 Vendor Name NetBSD
Device Name NetBSD
Version 4.0.1-Release
Host
1 Vendor Name Fedora9
Device Name Fedora9
Version 2.6.25-14.fc9.i686
2 Vendor Name OpenBSD
Device Name OpenBSD
Version 4.3 Generic#698 i386
Target supporting
Advanced Functions:
o Transmitting Echo Requests and configuring packet size
o Multicast Routing
o MTU Configuration
o Multiple physical network interfaces