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Test case: Test/Network/XS/Dual access points
How to report results

Stream
Category Network Sub-category Access points
Component XS
Feature warning.pngEmpty strings are not accepted.
Objective Find out behavior of laptops trying to connect to the school server with two access points attached. Specifically, whether the laptops switch from one access point to another automatically, and whether they prefer one access point to another.
Tools None.
Setup School server, Ethernet switch, 2 access points, 3 Ethernet cables, 50+ laptops.
Procedure Set up two access points, so one will operate on the channel 6, and another on the channel 11.

Connect an Ethernet switch to the school server.

Connect two access points to the Ethernet switch.

Make sure that all laptops have been registered with the school server.

Reboot all laptops.

Wait until laptops connect to the school server. Connect manually those that didn't connect automatically.

Check out for each laptop the channel it connected to the school server, and place yellow sticky notes on them with the channel number.

Leave laptops running.

After 12+ hours, check each laptop to see to what channel it's connected, and whether that channel is different from the original one.

Document the findings.

Expected Results
and Pass Criteria
Laptops are still connected to the school server, but may have switched channels (switched connections from one access point to another).
Comments warning.pngEmpty strings are not accepted.
Release Stream Build Pass/Fail Trac Ticket(s) Comment(s) Date of Test
Candidate 8.2 767 warning.pngEmpty strings are not accepted. I don't know whether it passed or failed, however, with two APs on both channel 6 and 11, the majority of my XOs went to channel 6 and stayed there. 2008/10/28


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Build number 767  +
Build stream 8.2  +info.pngLink to builds in stream, Packages in stream, ChangeLog, Differences vs joyride
Comments I don't know whether it passed or failed, however, with two APs on both channel 6 and 11, the majority of my XOs went to channel 6 and stayed there.
Created 28 October 2008  +
More notes warning.pngEmpty strings are not accepted.
Pass criteria Laptops are still connected to the school server, but may have switched channels (switched connections from one access point to another).
PassFail warning.pngEmpty strings are not accepted.
Short name Test/Network/XS/Dual access points  +
Software release Candidate  +
System component XS  +
System feature warning.pngEmpty strings are not accepted.
Test category Network  +
Test objective Find out behavior of laptops trying to connect to the school server with two access points attached. Specifically, whether the laptops switch from one access point to another automatically, and whether they prefer one access point to another.  +
Test procedure Set up two access points, so one will oper Set up two access points, so one will operate on the channel 6, and another on the channel 11.

Connect an Ethernet switch to the school server.

Connect two access points to the Ethernet switch.

Make sure that all laptops have been registered with the school server.

Reboot all laptops.

Wait until laptops connect to the school server. Connect manually those that didn't connect automatically.

Check out for each laptop the channel it connected to the school server, and place yellow sticky notes on them with the channel number.

Leave laptops running.

After 12+ hours, check each laptop to see to what channel it's connected, and whether that channel is different from the original one.

Document the findings. the original one.

Document the findings.
Test setup School server, Ethernet switch, 2 access points, 3 Ethernet cables, 50+ laptops.
Test subcategory Access points  +
Test tools None.  +
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