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Release Notes R25_rc1


Version 1.0
Amit
24/7/2014

Contents
Release Notes: Ionizer Firmware R25_rc1...................................................................3
1.

Introduction:...................................................................................................... 3

2.

Regression Test:................................................................................................ 3

3.

Multiple APs on Two Wireless Radios -Test Results summary:............................6

Release Notes: Ionizer Firmware R25_rc1


1. Introduction:
This Ionizer Firmware Release R25_rc1 provides the capabilities to support
multiple Access Points on each of the two radios in the IONizers. Each
radio can support up to 4 SSIDs with all seven security features. Each
SSID can be mapped to any configured VLAN on the Ethernet interface.

2. Regression Test:

R25_rc1 Test Results Summary


3.1.1 Access Point Test Cases
Test Case

Description

Trials

Pass

%Pass

3.1.1.1

Connectivity single IONizer

100

3.1.1.3

Connectivity Two IONizers

100

3.1.1.5

Connectivity Handheld to IONosphere

Trials

Pass

%Pass

3.1.4

Description

3.1.4.1

Connectivity Wired Link

100

3.1.4.3

Connectivity Two Clients Redundant Link


disabled
Connectivity Two Clients Redundant Link
disabled

100

100

3.1.4.5

Fail

% Fail

Fail

% Fail

Security Key Management

3.1.8.1

Add Security Key and Update

3.1.8.2

Delete Security Key and Update

Trials

Pass

%Pass

3.2.1

% Fail

Redundant Link Topology Test Cases

Test Case

3.1.8

Fail

Ionizer Configuration Test

Test Case

Description

3.2.1.1

Connectivity Two IONizers

100

3.2.1.2

Get Current Configuration Version via Ethernet

100

3.2.1.3

Get Current Configuration via Ethernet

100

3.2.1.4

Set Configuration via Ethernet

100

3.2.1.5

Get Current Configuration Version via Wi-Fi

100

3.2.1.6

Get Current Configuration via Wi-Fi

100

3.2.1.7

Set Configuration via Wi-Fi

100

Trials

Pass

%Pass

3.3.1

SNMP Traps Test

Test Case

Description

3.3.1.1

Link Performance <40% SNMP Trap # 200

3.3.1.2

Link Performance <60% SNMP Trap # 201

3.3.1.3

Link Performance <80% SNMP Trap # 202

3.3.1.4

Power Cycle Trap #208

100

3.3.1.5

Watchdog Rest SNMP Trap# 210

100

3.3.1.6

100

100

3.3.1.9

Memory Usage under threshold level SNMP Trap


#213
New firmware corrupted Watchdog reset SNMP
Trap #214
Configuration has been changed with ioncfg
command #215
Unknown Corruption at boot loader # 216

3.3.1.10

Weak or bad RTC Battery # 217

3.3.1.11

100

100

3.3.1.13

Unstable kernel triggered watchdog timer 4 times


in less than two weeks, rollover was done #218
Negotiated speed of link is less than 10Mbits/sec
#220
Signal Variations is greater than 15dBm #223

3.3.1.14

Signal Variations is greater than 10dBm #222

3.3.1.15

SNR Value is less than 30 #226

3.3.1.16

SNR Value is less than 40 #225

3.3.1.17

SNR Value is less than 50 #224

3.3.1.18

100

3.3.1.19

Memory Leak Detected. Firmware version needs


to be checked or replaced #209
A Station associated on the AP Side # 5

3.3.1.20

A Station disassociated on the AP Side # 6

3.3.1.21

Station Authentication failed #13

3.3.1.22

Station Authentication Success #14

Trials

Pass

%Pass

100

3.3.1.7
3.3.1.8

3.3.1.12

3.3.2

Fail

% Fail

Fail

% Fail

Watchdog Timer Test

Test Case

Description

3.3.2.1

Watchdog timer test

3.4.1

Firmware Rollback Test

Test Case

Description

3.4.1.1

Upgrade Firmware via Ethernet: - Positive test

3.4.1.2

Upgrade Firmware via Wi-Fi: - Positive test

3.4.1.3

Upgrade Firmware via Ethernet: - Negative test

3.4.1.4

Upgrade Firmware via Wi-Fi: - Negative test

3.4.2

Trials

Pass

%Pass

100

100

Trials

Pass

%Pass

Fail

% Fail

Fail

% Fail

Configuration Rollback Test

Test Case

Description

3.4.2.1

Configuration Upgrade via Ethernet: - Positive test

3.4.2.2

Configuration Upgrade via Wi-Fi: - Positive test

100

3.4.2.3

Configuration Upgrade via Ethernet: - Negative


test
Configuration Upgrade via Wi-Fi: - Negative test

100

Trials

Pass

%Pass

Fail

% Fail

Trials

Pass

%Pass

Fail

% Fail

3.4.2.4

4.1 Access Point Connectivity Stability Test - Wired


Test Case

Description

4.1.1

Ping Test Lightly loaded Network

4.1.5

Multicast Lightly loaded Network

4.2 Access Point Connectivity Stability Test - Wireless


Test Case

Description

4.2.1.2

Ping Test unloaded Network (10 Hours) STA

100

4.2.1.2a

Ping Test unloaded Network (10 Hours) MESH

100

4.2.3

Multi-cast packets - unloaded network

4.2.4

Uni-cast packets unloaded Network

4.2.5

Ping test Loaded test

3. Multiple APs on Two Wireless Radios -Test Results summary:


Multiple APs on Two Wireless Radios -Test Results
Summary
(Both Radios in AP Mode)
Test Case

Description

Pass /Fail

Release

11.4.1

Connectivity Tests (unique SSIDs on each radio)

11.4.1.1

One Client Connected to an AP on each Radio

Pass

R25_rc1

11.4.1.2.

Two Client Connected to an AP on each Radio

Pass

R25_rc1

11.4.1.3.

Two Client Connected to an AP on one Radio and Three clients


connected to an AP on the other Radio

Pass

R25_rc1

11.4.2

Throughput Test (unique SSIDs on each radio)

UDP (Mbps)

R25_rc1

11.4.2.1

One Client Connected to an AP on each Radio

10 /10

R25_rc1

11.4.2.2

Two Clients Connected to an AP on each Radio

8.5/9.0/9.5/5.0

R25_rc1

11.4.2.3

Two Client Connected to an AP on one Radio and Three clients


connected to an AP on the other Radio

Unstable

R25_rc1

11.4.3

Same SSIDs on Each Radio terminated to the same VLAN

11.4.3.1

A single identical SSID on each radio terminated to same VLAN

Unstable

R25_rc1

11.4.3.2

Two SSIDs on radio#1 and the same SSIDs on radio#2

Unstable

R25_rc1

R25_rc1

R25_rc1

Note: RC25_rc1
When the IONizers are configured for the multiple Access Points on each of the
radios, the system is stable for all configurations except when both radios (radio#0
and radio#1) are configured with the identical SSIDs. When the operating in this
mode there is high percentage of packet loss and the connection reliability is very
poor.
Theoretically you can support 4 SSIDs on each radio but in our testing we found that
you can have a maximum 2 SSID on each radio. Any more than this, you get a very
high performance hit.
It is recommended to use unique SSIDs for each of the Access Points and to limit the
number of SSIDs on each radio to 2 maximum.