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CDRouter Testlists

Testlists are a collection of tests chosen from different test modules that can be named and referenced within test packages to make it easy to add multiple tests with a single click. There are several pre-defined testlists available, and users may create additional testlists with their own custom sets of tests.

Testlists can be found on the Packages tab in CDRouter, and are indicated by an orange “testlist” icon.

“Testlist icon on package index page”

User-defined Testlists

Users may define their own testlists by creating a new package on the packages tab and selecting the “Use As Testlist” checkbox.

See “How to Create and Run a Testlist” for detailed instructions on creating and managing user-defined testlists.

Pre-defined Testlists

CDRouter is contains a set of pre-defined testlists When configuring your first test package, we recommend starting with one of CDRouter’s pre-defined Testlists below. Each testlist contains a selection of fundamental test cases in specific categories. They provide a starting point to give you basic test coverage which you can then supplement with additional tests to attain more complete coverage as needed.

Note that pre-defined testlists must not be modified or customized. They are locked by default, and any changes made to them will be automatically overwritten whenever CDRouter is updated or reinstalled.

Instead, make a copy of a pre-defined testlist, which you can customize to suit your needs.

Top-100 Testlists

We recommend starting with these “Top 100” testlists if you are new to CDRouter or are testing a new device for the first time. Each testlist contains a broad variety of tests across multiple areas of functionality that most every CPE should be able to pass.

Testlist Name Description Number of Tests Required Expansions
CDRouter-Top-100 Basic IPv4 functionality 100 CDRouter
CDRouter-IPv6-Top-100 Basic IPv6 functionality 100 CDRouter, IPv6

Advanced Testlists

The Advanced Test Lists each contain a set of tests to provide additional coverage in specific areas. Each one is designed to verify specific areas of functionality within a CPE device. These advanced testlists compliment the Top 100 tests, and are intended to be a simple starting point that may be combined with different WAN modes, performance metrics, and configuration options to provide improved test coverage and increased confidence.

Note that additional configuration of both CDRouter and the device under test (DUT) may required in order successfully run some tests.

Testlist Name Description Number of Tests Required Expansions
CDRouter-Application HTTP/HTTPS, SIP, DynDNS, UPnP tests 288 IPv6
CDRouter-BBF069-Certification Broadband Forum’s BBF.069 certification tests 83 BBF.069, TR-069
CDRouter-DNS DNS, DNS Proxy, DoH, DoT, DNS over TCP tests 286 IPv6
CDRouter-DOCSIS Cable Modem and eRouter interface tests 101 DOCSIS, IPv6
CDRouter-IPv4-CPE DHCP, DNS, firewall and NAT tests 155 CDRouter
CDRouter-IPv6-CPE DHCPv6, DNS, and IPv6 Neighbor Discovery tests 317 IPv6
CDRouter-Multicast IGMP and MLD on LAN tests 62 IPv6, Performance
CDRouter-TR-069 TR-069 basic functionality tests 39 TR-069
CDRouter-Security Firewall, scans, and vulnerabilities test 205 IPv6, Security, TR-069, DOCSIS
CDRouter-USP-Certification Broadband Forum’s BBF.369 certification tests 78 USP
CDRouter-Wireless-AP Scaling, DHCP, and guest network tests 131 IPv6, Multiport
RDK-Wireless-IPv4 RDK IPv4 Wireless Test Cases 346 Multiport, Performance
RDK-Wireless-IPv6 RDK IPv6 Wireless Test Cases 277 IPv6, Multiport
RDK-Ethernet-IPv4-IPv6 RDK Ethernet IPv4/IPv6 Test Cases 731 IPv6, Multiport
RDK-Docsis-IPv6 RDK Docsis IPv6 Test Cases 24 IPv6, Multiport

Expected Results

The DUT may not pass all tests in any given testlist. Most devices should fail no more than 10 test cases when properly configured. A group of failures for a specific testlist feature indicates that the DUT may not support or may not be configured for that particular feature.