CDRouter Support

CDRouter Performance Test Summaries (Full)

test-summary version 13.3

Test Case Descriptions

  • Modules: 14
  • Test Cases: 1058

Below is a full description of the testcases in each module


perf.tcl

IPv4 performance tests

Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 TCP download throughput test WAN to LAN perf.tcl perf_1 IPv4 TCP download throughput test WAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadTcpHighThreshold and perfDownloadTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 TCP upload throughput test LAN to WAN perf.tcl perf_2 IPv4 TCP upload throughput test LAN to WAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfUploadTcpHighThreshold and perfUploadTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 UDP download throughput test WAN to LAN perf.tcl perf_3 IPv4 UDP download throughput test WAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadUdpHighThreshold and perfDownloadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 UDP upload throughput test LAN to WAN perf.tcl perf_4 IPv4 UDP upload throughput test LAN to WAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfUploadUdpHighThreshold and perfUploadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 TCP bidirectional throughput test perf.tcl perf_5 IPv4 TCP bidirectional throughput test


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance servers on the WAN using the address/ports
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp, perfPort, and perfPort2.
    step 4. Run a TCP bidirectional performance test over IPv4 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured performance falls between the configured
            high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadTcpHighThreshold, perfDownloadTcpLowThreshold,
            perfUploadTcpHighThreshold, and perfUploadTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for both perfDownloadTcpRetr and
            perfUploadTcpRetr, if they are set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 UDP bidirectional throughput test perf.tcl perf_6 IPv4 UDP bidirectional throughput test


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance servers on the WAN using the address/ports
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp, perfPort, and perfPort2.
    step 4. Run a TCP bidirectional performance test over IPv4 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured performance falls between the configured
            high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadUdpHighThreshold, perfDownloadUdpLowThreshold,
            perfUploadUdpHighThreshold, and perfUploadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.

Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 UDP download loss threshold test WAN to LAN perf.tcl perf_7 IPv4 UDP download loss threshold test WAN to LAN


    This test is designed to find the maximum UDP download bandwidth
    that results in the target loss specified by the testvar
    perfDownloadUdpLossPercentage.

    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN. If the LAN interface is
            wireless, the wireless interface and existing LAN client will be
            restarted and used. If the LAN interface is ethernet a new LAN
            client will be created and used.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address specified
            by the testvar perfWanIp.
    step 4. Run a download loss threshold performance test over IPv4 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured loss percentage does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvar perfDownloadUdpLossPercentage.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. If the LAN interface is
            wireless, restart the wireless interface and LAN client.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 UDP upload loss threshold test LAN to WAN perf.tcl perf_8 IPv4 UDP upload loss threshold test LAN to WAN


    This test is designed to find the maximum UDP upload bandwidth
    that results in the target loss specified by the testvar
    perfUploadUdpLossPercentage.

    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN. If the LAN interface is
            wireless, the wireless interface and existing LAN client will be
            restarted and used. If the LAN interface is ethernet a new LAN
            client will be created and used.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address specified
            by the testvar perfWanIp.
    step 4. Run a upload loss threshold performance test over IPv4 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured loss percentage does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvar perfUploadUdpLossPercentage.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. If the LAN interface is
            wireless, restart the wireless interface and LAN client.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 bidirectional latency test perf.tcl perf_9 IPv4 bidirectional latency test


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN. The existing LAN client
            will be used, regardless if the LAN interface is wired or
            wireless.
    step 2. Start a performance server by using the exsiting WAN client.
            The server port to send/receive traffic is defined by
            the tesevar defaultUdpEchoPort.
    step 3. Run a bidirectional latency performance test over IPv4 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 4. Verify that the measured latencies do not exceed the values
            specified by the testvars perfDownloadMaxLatency and
            perfUploadMaxLatency.
    step 5. Shutdown the performance client and server.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 DHCP renew latency test perf.tcl perf_10 IPv4 DHCP renew latency test


    step 1. Start a DHCP renew from the LAN.
    step 2. Measure the round trip latency of the DHCP response.
    step 3. Make multiple DHCP renew attempts and compute average latency.
    step 4. Verify that the measured latency does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvars perfDHCPRenewLatency.

Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 DHCP restart latency test perf.tcl perf_11 IPv4 DHCP restart latency test


    step 1. Restart the DHCP client from the LAN.
    step 2. Measure the round trip latency of the DHCP response.
    step 3. Make multiple DHCP restart attempts and compute average latency.
    step 4. Verify that the measured latency does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvars perfDHCPRestartMaxLatency.

Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 DNS query latency test perf.tcl perf_12 IPv4 DNS query latency test


    step 1. Start a DNS query from the LAN.
    step 2. Measure the round trip latency of the DNS response.
    step 3. Make multiple DNS queries to compute average latency.
    step 4. Verify that the measured latency does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvars perfDNSLatency.


perf-v6.tcl

IPv6 performance tests

Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 TCP download throughput test WAN to LAN perf-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_1 IPv6 TCP download throughput test WAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIpv6 and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadTcpHighThreshold and perfDownloadTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively.Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 TCP upload throughput test LAN to WAN perf-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_2 IPv6 TCP upload throughput test LAN to WAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIpiv6 and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfUploadTcpHighThreshold and perfUploadTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 UDP download throughput test WAN to LAN perf-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_3 IPv6 UDP download throughput test WAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIav6p and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadUdpHighThreshold and perfDownloadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 UDP upload throughput test LAN to WAN perf-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_4 IPv6 UDP upload throughput test LAN to WAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIpv6 and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfUploadUdpHighThreshold and perfUploadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 TCP bidirectional throughput test perf-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_5 IPv6 TCP bidirectional throughput test


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance servers on the WAN using the address/ports
            specified by the testvar perfWanIpv6, perfPort, and perfPort2.
    step 4. Run a TCP bidirectional performance test over IPv6 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured performance falls between the configured
            high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadTcpHighThreshold, perfDownloadTcpLowThreshold,
            perfUploadTcpHighThreshold, and perfUploadTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for both perfDownloadTcpRetr and
            perfUploadTcpRetr, if they are set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 UDP bidirectional throughput test perf-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_6 IPv6 UDP bidirectional throughput test


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance servers on the WAN using the address/ports
            specified by the testvar perfWanIpv6, perfPort, and perfPort2.
    step 4. Run a TCP bidirectional performance test over IPv6 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured performance falls between the configured
            high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadUdpHighThreshold, perfDownloadUdpLowThreshold,
            perfUploadUdpHighThreshold, and perfUploadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 UDP download loss threshold test WAN to LAN perf-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_7 IPv6 UDP download loss threshold test WAN to LAN


    This test is designed to find the maximum UDP download bandwidth
    that results in the target loss specified by the testvar
    perfDownloadUdpLossPercentage.

    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN. If the LAN interface is
            wireless, the wireless interface and existing LAN client will be
            restarted and used. If the LAN interface is ethernet a new LAN
            client will be created and used.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address specified
            by the testvar perfWanIpv6.
    step 4. Run a download loss threshold performance test over IPv6 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file. 
    step 5. Verify that the measured loss percentage does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvar perfDownloadUdpLossPercentage.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. If the LAN interface is
            wireless, restart the wireless interface and LAN client.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 UDP upload loss threshold test LAN to WAN perf-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_8 IPv6 UDP upload loss threshold test LAN to WAN


    This test is designed to find the maximum UDP upload bandwidth
    that results in the target loss specified by the testvar
    perfUploadUdpLossPercentage.

    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN. If the LAN interface is
            wireless, the wireless interface and existing LAN client will be
            restarted and used. If the LAN interface is ethernet a new LAN
            client will be created and used.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address specified
            by the testvar perfWanIpv6.
    step 4. Run a upload loss threshold performance test over IPv6 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file. 
    step 5. Verify that the measured loss percentage does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvar perfUploadUdpLossPercentage.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. If the LAN interface is
            wireless, restart the wireless interface and LAN client.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 bidirectional latency test perf-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_9 IPv6 bidirectional latency test


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN. The existing LAN client
            will be used, regardless if the LAN interface is wired or
            wireless.
    step 2. Start a performance server by using the exsiting WAN client.
            The server port to send/receive traffic is defined by
            the tesevar defaultUdpEchoPort.
    step 3. Run a bidirectional latency performance test over IPv6 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 4. Verify that the measured latencies do not exceed the values
            specified by the testvars perfDownloadMaxLatency and
            perfUploadMaxLatency.
    step 5. Shutdown the performance client and server.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 DHCPv6 renew latency test perf-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_10 IPv6 DHCPv6 renew latency test


    step 1. Start a DHCPv6 renew from the LAN.
    step 2. Measure the round trip latency of the DHCPv6 response.
    step 3. Make multiple DHCPv6 renew attempts and compute average latency.
    step 4. Verify that the measured latency does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvars perfDHCPRenewLatency.

Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 DHCPv6 restart latency test perf-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_11 IPv6 DHCPv6 restart latency test


    step 1. Restart the DHCPv6 client from the LAN.
    step 2. Measure the round trip latency of the DHCPv6 response.
    step 3. Make multiple DHCPv6 restart attempts and compute average latency.
    step 4. Verify that the measured latency does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvars perfDHCPRestartMaxLatency.

Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 DNS query latency test perf-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_12 IPv6 DNS query latency test


    step 1. Start a DNS query from the LAN.
    step 2. Measure the round trip latency of the DNS response.
    step 3. Make multiple DNS queries to compute average latency.
    step 4. Verify that the measured latency does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvars perfDNSLatency.


perf-lan.tcl

IPv4 LAN to LAN performance tests

Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 TCP 'download' throughput test LAN to LAN perf-lan.tcl perf_lan_1 IPv4 TCP ‘download’ throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port
            specified by the testvar perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfLantoLanTcpHighThreshold and perfLantoLanTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for perfLantoLanTcpRetr, if it is set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 TCP 'upload' throughput test LAN to LAN perf-lan.tcl perf_lan_2 IPv4 TCP ‘upload’ throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port
            specified by the testvar perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfLantoLanTcpHighThreshold and perfLantoLanTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for perfLantoLanTcpRetr, if it is set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 UDP 'download' throughput test LAN to LAN perf-lan.tcl perf_lan_3 IPv4 UDP ‘download’ throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port
            specified by the testvar perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfLantoLanUdpHighThreshold and perfLantoLanUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 UDP 'upload' throughput test LAN to LAN perf-lan.tcl perf_lan_4 IPv4 UDP ‘upload’ throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port
            specified by the testvar perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfLantoLanUdpHighThreshold and perfLantoLanUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 TCP bidirectional throughput test LAN to LAN perf-lan.tcl perf_lan_5 IPv4 TCP bidirectional throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance servers on a second LAN using the ports
            specified by the testvar perfPort and perfPort2.
    step 4. Run a TCP bidirectional performance test over IPv4 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured performance falls between the configured
            high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfLantoLanTcpHighThreshold, perfLantoLanTcpLowThreshold,
            perfLantoLanTcpHighThreshold, and perfLantoLanTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for both perfLantoLanTcpRetr and
            perfLantoLanTcpRetr, if they are set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 UDP bidirectional throughput test LAN to LAN perf-lan.tcl perf_lan_6 IPv4 UDP bidirectional throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance servers on a second LAN using the ports
            specified by the testvar perfPort and perfPort2.
    step 4. Run a TCP bidirectional performance test over IPv4 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured performance falls between the configured
            high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfLantoLanUdpHighThreshold, perfLantoLanUdpLowThreshold,
            perfLantoLanUdpHighThreshold, and perfLantoLanUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 UDP 'download' loss threshold test LAN to LAN perf-lan.tcl perf_lan_7 IPv4 UDP ‘download’ loss threshold test LAN to LAN


    This test is designed to find the maximum UDP download bandwidth
    that results in the target loss specified by the testvar
    perfLantoLanUdpLossPercentage.

    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN.
    step 4. Run a download loss threshold performance test over IPv4 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured loss percentage does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvar perfLantoLanUdpLossPercentage.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 UDP 'upload' loss threshold LAN to LAN perf-lan.tcl perf_lan_8 IPv4 UDP ‘upload’ loss threshold LAN to LAN


    This test is designed to find the maximum UDP upload bandwidth
    that results in the target loss specified by the testvar
    perfLantoLanUdpLossPercentage.

    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN.
    step 4. Run a upload loss threshold performance test over IPv4 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured loss percentage does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvar perfLantoLanUdpLossPercentage.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 bidirectional latency test LAN to LAN perf-lan.tcl perf_lan_9 IPv4 bidirectional latency test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Start a performance server by using the exsiting LAN client.
            The server port to send/receive traffic is defined by
            the tesevar defaultUdpEchoPort.
    step 3. Run a bidirectional latency performance test over IPv4 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 4. Verify that the measured latencies do not exceed the values
            specified by the testvars perfLantoLanMaxLatency and
            perfLantoLanMaxLatency.
    step 5. Shutdown the performance client and server.



perf-lan-v6.tcl

IPv6 LAN to LAN performance tests

Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 TCP 'download' throughput test LAN to LAN perf-lan-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_lan_1 IPv6 TCP ‘download’ throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port
            specified by the testvar perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfLantoLanTcpHighThreshold and perfLantoLanTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for perfLantoLanTcpRetr, if it is set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 TCP 'upload' throughput test LAN to LAN perf-lan-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_lan_2 IPv6 TCP ‘upload’ throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port
            specified by the testvar perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfLantoLanTcpHighThreshold and perfLantoLanTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for perfLantoLanTcpRetr, if it is set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 UDP 'download' throughput test LAN to LAN perf-lan-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_lan_3 IPv6 UDP ‘download’ throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port
            specified by the testvar perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfLantoLanUdpHighThreshold and perfLantoLanUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 UDP 'upload' throughput test LAN to LAN perf-lan-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_lan_4 IPv6 UDP ‘upload’ throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port
            specified by the testvar perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfLantoLanUdpHighThreshold and perfLantoLanUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 TCP bidirectional throughput test LAN to LAN perf-lan-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_lan_5 IPv6 TCP bidirectional throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance servers on a second LAN using the ports
            specified by the testvar perfPort and perfPort2.
    step 4. Run a TCP bidirectional performance test over IPv6 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured performance falls between the configured
            high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfLantoLanTcpHighThreshold, perfLantoLanTcpLowThreshold,
            perfLantoLanTcpHighThreshold, and perfLantoLanTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for both perfLantoLanTcpRetr and
            perfLantoLanTcpRetr, if they are set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 UDP bidirectional throughput test LAN to LAN perf-lan-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_lan_6 IPv6 UDP bidirectional throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance servers on a second LAN using the ports
            specified by the testvar perfPort and perfPort2.
    step 4. Run a TCP bidirectional performance test over IPv6 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured performance falls between the configured
            high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfLantoLanUdpHighThreshold, perfLantoLanUdpLowThreshold,
            perfLantoLanUdpHighThreshold, and perfLantoLanUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 UDP 'download' loss threshold test LAN to LAN perf-lan-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_lan_7 IPv6 UDP ‘download’ loss threshold test LAN to LAN


    This test is designed to find the maximum UDP download bandwidth
    that results in the target loss specified by the testvar
    perfLantoLanUdpLossPercentage.

    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN. If the LAN interface is
            wireless, the wireless interface and existing LAN client will be
            restarted and used. If the LAN interface is ethernet a new LAN
            client will be created and used.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN.
    step 4. Run a download loss threshold performance test over IPv6 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file. 
    step 5. Verify that the measured loss percentage does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvar perfLantoLanUdpLossPercentage.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. If the LAN interface is
            wireless, restart the wireless interface and LAN client.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 UDP 'upload' loss threshold test LAN to LAN perf-lan-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_lan_8 IPv6 UDP ‘upload’ loss threshold test LAN to LAN


    This test is designed to find the maximum UDP upload bandwidth
    that results in the target loss specified by the testvar
    perfLantoLanUdpLossPercentage.

    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN. If the LAN interface is
            wireless, the wireless interface and existing LAN client will be
            restarted and used. If the LAN interface is ethernet a new LAN
            client will be created and used.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN.
    step 4. Run a upload loss threshold performance test over IPv6 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file. 
    step 5. Verify that the measured loss percentage does not exceed the value
            specified by the testvar perfLantoLanUdpLossPercentage.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. If the LAN interface is
            wireless, restart the wireless interface and LAN client.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 bidirectional latency test LAN to LAN perf-lan-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_lan_9 IPv6 bidirectional latency test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN. The existing LAN client
            will be used, regardless if the LAN interface is wired or
            wireless.
    step 2. Start a performance server by using the exsiting LAN client.
            The server port to send/receive traffic is defined by
            the tesevar defaultUdpEchoPort.
    step 3. Run a bidirectional latency performance test over IPv6 using the
            performance settings in the configuration file.
    step 4. Verify that the measured latencies do not exceed the values
            specified by the testvars perfLantoLanMaxLatency and
            perfLantoLanMaxLatency.
    step 5. Shutdown the performance client and server.



perf-mcast.tcl

IPv4 multicast performance tests

Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 Multicast UDP download throughput test WAN to LAN perf-mcast.tcl perf_mcast_1 IPv4 Multicast UDP download throughput test WAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadUdpHighThreshold and perfDownloadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 Multicast UDP upload throughput test LAN to WAN perf-mcast.tcl perf_mcast_2 IPv4 Multicast UDP upload throughput test LAN to WAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfUploadUdpHighThreshold and perfUploadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.



perf-mcast-v6.tcl

IPv6 multicast performance tests

Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 Multicast UDP download throughput test WAN to LAN perf-mcast-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_mcast_1 IPv6 Multicast UDP download throughput test WAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadUdpHighThreshold and perfDownloadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 Multicast UDP upload throughput test LAN to WAN perf-mcast-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_mcast_2 IPv6 Multicast UDP upload throughput test LAN to WAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN using the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfUploadUdpHighThreshold and perfUploadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.



perf-mcast-lan.tcl

IPv4 multicast LAN to LAN performance tests

Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 Multicast UDP 'download' throughput test LAN to LAN perf-mcast-lan.tcl perf_mcast_lan_1 IPv4 Multicast UDP ‘download’ throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port
            specified by the testvar perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadUdpHighThreshold and perfDownloadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv4 Multicast UDP 'upload' throughput test LAN to LAN perf-mcast-lan.tcl perf_mcast_lan_2 IPv4 Multicast UDP ‘upload’ throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port
            specified by the testvar perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfUploadUdpHighThreshold and perfUploadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.



perf-mcast-lan-v6.tcl

IPv6 multicast LAN to LAN performance tests

Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 Multicast UDP 'download' throughput test LAN to LAN perf-mcast-lan-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_mcast_lan_1 IPv6 Multicast UDP ‘download’ throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port
            specified by the testvar perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadUdpHighThreshold and perfDownloadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
IPv6 Multicast UDP 'upload' throughput test LAN to LAN perf-mcast-lan-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_mcast_lan_2 IPv6 Multicast UDP ‘upload’ throughput test LAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**,
            measure and record the round trip time (RTT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port
            specified by the testvar perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfUploadUdpHighThreshold and perfUploadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity
            between LAN and WAN.



perf-multi.tcl

IPv4 multiple LAN client performance tests

Test Module Name Synopsis
Multiple clients IPv4 TCP download throughput test WAN to LAN perf-multi.tcl perf_multi_1 Multiple clients IPv4 TCP download throughput test WAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the each LAN client
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN starting the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadTcpHighThreshold and perfDownloadTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance clients and servers.


Test Module Name Synopsis
Multiple clients IPv4 TCP upload throughput test LAN to WAN perf-multi.tcl perf_multi_2 Multiple clients IPv4 TCP upload throughput test LAN to WAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the each LAN client
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN starting the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfUploadTcpHighThreshold and perfUploadTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance clients and servers.


Test Module Name Synopsis
Multiple clients IPv4 UDP download throughput test WAN to LAN perf-multi.tcl perf_multi_3 Multiple clients IPv4 UDP download throughput test WAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the each LAN client
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN starting the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadUdpHighThreshold and perfDownloadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance clients and servers.

Test Module Name Synopsis
Multiple clients IPv4 UDP upload throughput test LAN to WAN perf-multi.tcl perf_multi_4 Multiple clients IPv4 UDP upload throughput test LAN to WAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the each LAN client
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT).
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN starting the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfUploadUdpHighThreshold and perfUploadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance clients and servers.



perf-multi-v6.tcl

IPv6 multiple LAN client performance tests

Test Module Name Synopsis
Multiple clients IPv6 TCP download throughput test WAN to LAN perf-multi-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_multi_1 Multiple clients IPv6 TCP download throughput test WAN to LAN



    step 1. Start a performance client on the each LAN client
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). 
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN starting the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadTcpHighThreshold and perfDownloadTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance clients and servers. 


Test Module Name Synopsis
Multiple clients IPv6 TCP upload throughput test LAN to WAN perf-multi-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_multi_2 Multiple clients IPv6 TCP upload throughput test LAN to WAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the each LAN client
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). 
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN starting the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfUploadTcpHighThreshold and perfUploadTcpLowThreshold,
            respectively. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is
            less then the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance clients and servers.


Test Module Name Synopsis
Multiple clients IPv6 UDP download throughput test WAN to LAN perf-multi-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_multi_3 Multiple clients IPv6 UDP download throughput test WAN to LAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the each LAN client
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). 
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN starting the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfDownloadUdpHighThreshold and perfDownloadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance clients and servers. 

Test Module Name Synopsis
Multiple clients IPv6 UDP upload throughput test LAN to WAN perf-multi-v6.tcl ipv6_perf_multi_4 Multiple clients IPv6 UDP upload throughput test LAN to WAN


    step 1. Start a performance client on the each LAN client
    step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its
            Gateway (the DUT). 
    step 3. Start a performance server on the WAN starting the address/port
            specified by the testvar perfWanIp and perfPort.
    step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using the performance
            settings in the configuration file.
    step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance falls between the
            configured high and low thresholds specified by the testvars
            perfUploadUdpHighThreshold and perfUploadUdpLowThreshold,
            respectively.
    step 6. Shutdown the performance clients and servers. 



fixed-rate-perf.tcl

IPv4 fixed rate performance tests, 0 to 1 Gbps

Test Module Name Synopsis
20 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_20Mbps 20 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 20 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
40 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_40Mbps 40 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 40 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
60 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_60Mbps 60 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 60 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
80 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_80Mbps 80 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 80 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
100 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_100Mbps 100 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
120 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_120Mbps 120 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
140 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_140Mbps 140 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
160 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_160Mbps 160 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
180 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_180Mbps 180 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
200 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_200Mbps 200 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
220 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_220Mbps 220 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
240 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_240Mbps 240 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
260 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_260Mbps 260 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
280 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_280Mbps 280 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
300 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_300Mbps 300 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
320 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_320Mbps 320 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
340 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_340Mbps 340 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
360 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_360Mbps 360 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
380 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_380Mbps 380 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
400 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_400Mbps 400 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
420 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_420Mbps 420 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
440 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_440Mbps 440 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
460 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_460Mbps 460 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
480 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_480Mbps 480 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
500 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_500Mbps 500 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
520 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_520Mbps 520 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 520 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
540 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_540Mbps 540 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 540 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
560 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_560Mbps 560 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 560 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
580 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_580Mbps 580 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 580 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
600 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_600Mbps 600 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 600 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
620 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_620Mbps 620 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 620 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
640 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_640Mbps 640 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 640 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
660 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_660Mbps 660 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 660 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
680 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_680Mbps 680 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 680 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
700 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_700Mbps 700 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 700 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
720 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_720Mbps 720 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 720 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
740 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_740Mbps 740 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 740 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
760 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_760Mbps 760 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 760 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
780 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_780Mbps 780 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 780 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
800 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_800Mbps 800 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 800 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
820 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_820Mbps 820 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 820 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
840 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_840Mbps 840 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 840 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
860 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_860Mbps 860 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 860 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
880 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_880Mbps 880 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 880 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
900 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_900Mbps 900 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 900 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
920 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_920Mbps 920 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 920 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
940 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_940Mbps 940 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 940 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
960 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_960Mbps 960 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 960 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
20 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_20Mbps 20 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 20 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
40 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_40Mbps 40 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 40 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
60 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_60Mbps 60 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 60 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
80 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_80Mbps 80 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 80 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
100 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_100Mbps 100 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
120 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_120Mbps 120 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
140 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_140Mbps 140 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
160 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_160Mbps 160 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
180 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_180Mbps 180 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
200 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_200Mbps 200 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
220 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_220Mbps 220 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
240 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_240Mbps 240 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
260 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_260Mbps 260 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
280 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_280Mbps 280 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
300 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_300Mbps 300 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
320 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_320Mbps 320 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
340 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_340Mbps 340 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
360 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_360Mbps 360 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
380 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_380Mbps 380 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
400 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_400Mbps 400 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
420 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_420Mbps 420 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
440 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_440Mbps 440 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
460 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_460Mbps 460 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
480 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_480Mbps 480 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
500 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_500Mbps 500 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
520 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_520Mbps 520 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 520 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
540 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_540Mbps 540 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 540 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
560 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_560Mbps 560 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 560 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
580 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_580Mbps 580 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 580 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
600 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_600Mbps 600 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 600 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
620 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_620Mbps 620 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 620 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
640 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_640Mbps 640 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 640 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
660 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_660Mbps 660 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 660 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
680 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_680Mbps 680 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 680 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
700 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_700Mbps 700 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 700 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
720 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_720Mbps 720 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 720 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
740 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_740Mbps 740 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 740 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
760 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_760Mbps 760 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 760 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
780 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_780Mbps 780 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 780 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
800 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_800Mbps 800 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 800 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
820 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_820Mbps 820 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 820 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
840 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_840Mbps 840 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 840 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
860 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_860Mbps 860 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 860 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
880 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_880Mbps 880 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 880 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
900 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_900Mbps 900 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 900 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
920 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_920Mbps 920 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 920 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
940 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_940Mbps 940 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 940 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
960 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_960Mbps 960 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 960 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
20 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_20Mbps 20 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 20 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
40 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_40Mbps 40 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 40 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
60 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_60Mbps 60 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 60 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
80 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_80Mbps 80 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 80 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
100 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_100Mbps 100 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
120 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_120Mbps 120 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
140 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_140Mbps 140 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
160 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_160Mbps 160 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
180 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_180Mbps 180 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
200 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_200Mbps 200 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
220 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_220Mbps 220 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
240 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_240Mbps 240 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
260 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_260Mbps 260 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
280 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_280Mbps 280 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
300 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_300Mbps 300 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
320 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_320Mbps 320 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
340 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_340Mbps 340 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
360 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_360Mbps 360 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
380 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_380Mbps 380 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
400 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_400Mbps 400 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
420 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_420Mbps 420 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
440 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_440Mbps 440 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
460 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_460Mbps 460 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
480 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_480Mbps 480 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
500 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_500Mbps 500 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
520 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_520Mbps 520 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 520 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
540 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_540Mbps 540 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 540 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
560 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_560Mbps 560 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 560 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
580 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_580Mbps 580 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 580 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
600 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_600Mbps 600 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 600 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
620 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_620Mbps 620 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 620 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
640 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_640Mbps 640 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 640 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
660 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_660Mbps 660 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 660 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
680 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_680Mbps 680 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 680 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
700 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_700Mbps 700 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 700 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
720 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_720Mbps 720 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 720 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
740 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_740Mbps 740 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 740 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
760 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_760Mbps 760 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 760 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
780 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_780Mbps 780 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 780 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
800 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_800Mbps 800 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 800 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
820 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_820Mbps 820 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 820 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
840 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_840Mbps 840 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 840 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
860 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_860Mbps 860 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 860 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
880 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_880Mbps 880 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 880 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
900 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_900Mbps 900 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 900 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
920 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_920Mbps 920 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 920 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
940 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_940Mbps 940 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 940 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
960 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_960Mbps 960 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 960 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
20 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_20Mbps 20 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 20 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
40 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_40Mbps 40 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 40 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
60 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_60Mbps 60 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 60 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
80 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_80Mbps 80 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 80 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
100 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_100Mbps 100 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
120 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_120Mbps 120 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
140 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_140Mbps 140 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
160 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_160Mbps 160 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
180 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_180Mbps 180 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
200 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_200Mbps 200 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
220 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_220Mbps 220 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
240 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_240Mbps 240 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
260 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_260Mbps 260 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
280 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_280Mbps 280 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
300 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_300Mbps 300 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
320 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_320Mbps 320 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
340 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_340Mbps 340 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
360 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_360Mbps 360 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
380 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_380Mbps 380 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
400 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_400Mbps 400 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
420 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_420Mbps 420 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
440 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_440Mbps 440 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
460 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_460Mbps 460 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
480 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_480Mbps 480 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
500 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_500Mbps 500 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
520 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_520Mbps 520 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 520 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
540 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_540Mbps 540 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 540 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
560 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_560Mbps 560 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 560 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
580 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_580Mbps 580 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 580 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
600 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_600Mbps 600 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 600 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
620 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_620Mbps 620 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 620 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
640 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_640Mbps 640 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 640 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
660 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_660Mbps 660 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 660 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
680 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_680Mbps 680 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 680 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
700 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_700Mbps 700 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 700 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
720 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_720Mbps 720 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 720 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
740 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_740Mbps 740 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 740 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
760 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_760Mbps 760 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 760 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
780 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_780Mbps 780 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 780 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
800 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_800Mbps 800 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 800 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
820 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_820Mbps 820 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 820 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
840 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_840Mbps 840 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 840 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
860 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_860Mbps 860 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 860 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
880 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_880Mbps 880 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 880 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
900 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_900Mbps 900 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 900 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
920 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_920Mbps 920 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 920 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
940 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_940Mbps 940 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 940 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
960 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_960Mbps 960 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 960 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.



fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl

IPv6 fixed rate performance tests, 0 to 1 Gbps

Test Module Name Synopsis
20 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_20Mbps 20 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 20 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
40 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_40Mbps 40 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 40 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
60 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_60Mbps 60 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 60 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
80 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_80Mbps 80 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 80 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
100 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_100Mbps 100 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
120 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_120Mbps 120 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
140 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_140Mbps 140 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
160 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_160Mbps 160 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
180 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_180Mbps 180 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
200 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_200Mbps 200 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
220 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_220Mbps 220 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
240 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_240Mbps 240 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
260 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_260Mbps 260 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
280 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_280Mbps 280 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
300 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_300Mbps 300 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
320 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_320Mbps 320 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
340 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_340Mbps 340 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
360 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_360Mbps 360 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
380 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_380Mbps 380 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
400 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_400Mbps 400 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
420 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_420Mbps 420 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
440 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_440Mbps 440 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
460 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_460Mbps 460 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
480 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_480Mbps 480 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
500 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_500Mbps 500 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
520 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_520Mbps 520 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 520 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
540 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_540Mbps 540 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 540 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
560 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_560Mbps 560 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 560 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
580 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_580Mbps 580 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 580 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
600 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_600Mbps 600 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 600 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
620 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_620Mbps 620 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 620 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
640 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_640Mbps 640 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 640 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
660 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_660Mbps 660 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 660 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
680 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_680Mbps 680 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 680 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
700 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_700Mbps 700 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 700 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
720 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_720Mbps 720 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 720 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
740 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_740Mbps 740 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 740 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
760 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_760Mbps 760 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 760 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
780 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_780Mbps 780 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 780 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
800 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_800Mbps 800 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 800 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
820 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_820Mbps 820 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 820 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
840 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_840Mbps 840 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 840 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
860 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_860Mbps 860 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 860 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
880 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_880Mbps 880 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 880 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
900 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_900Mbps 900 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 900 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
920 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_920Mbps 920 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 920 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
940 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_940Mbps 940 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 940 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
960 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_960Mbps 960 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 960 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
20 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_20Mbps 20 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 20 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
40 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_40Mbps 40 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 40 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
60 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_60Mbps 60 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 60 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
80 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_80Mbps 80 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 80 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
100 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_100Mbps 100 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
120 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_120Mbps 120 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
140 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_140Mbps 140 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
160 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_160Mbps 160 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
180 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_180Mbps 180 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
200 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_200Mbps 200 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
220 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_220Mbps 220 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
240 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_240Mbps 240 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
260 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_260Mbps 260 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
280 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_280Mbps 280 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
300 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_300Mbps 300 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
320 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_320Mbps 320 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
340 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_340Mbps 340 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
360 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_360Mbps 360 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
380 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_380Mbps 380 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
400 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_400Mbps 400 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
420 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_420Mbps 420 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
440 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_440Mbps 440 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
460 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_460Mbps 460 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
480 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_480Mbps 480 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
500 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_500Mbps 500 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
520 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_520Mbps 520 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 520 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
540 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_540Mbps 540 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 540 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
560 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_560Mbps 560 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 560 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
580 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_580Mbps 580 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 580 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
600 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_600Mbps 600 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 600 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
620 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_620Mbps 620 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 620 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
640 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_640Mbps 640 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 640 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
660 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_660Mbps 660 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 660 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
680 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_680Mbps 680 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 680 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
700 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_700Mbps 700 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 700 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
720 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_720Mbps 720 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 720 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
740 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_740Mbps 740 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 740 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
760 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_760Mbps 760 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 760 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
780 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_780Mbps 780 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 780 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
800 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_800Mbps 800 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 800 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
820 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_820Mbps 820 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 820 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
840 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_840Mbps 840 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 840 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
860 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_860Mbps 860 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 860 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
880 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_880Mbps 880 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 880 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
900 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_900Mbps 900 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 900 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
920 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_920Mbps 920 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 920 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
940 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_940Mbps 940 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 940 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
960 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_upload_960Mbps 960 Mbps IPv6 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 960 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
20 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_20Mbps 20 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 20 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
40 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_40Mbps 40 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 40 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
60 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_60Mbps 60 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 60 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
80 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_80Mbps 80 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 80 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
100 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_100Mbps 100 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
120 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_120Mbps 120 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
140 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_140Mbps 140 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
160 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_160Mbps 160 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
180 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_180Mbps 180 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
200 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_200Mbps 200 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
220 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_220Mbps 220 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
240 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_240Mbps 240 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
260 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_260Mbps 260 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
280 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_280Mbps 280 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
300 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_300Mbps 300 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
320 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_320Mbps 320 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
340 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_340Mbps 340 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
360 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_360Mbps 360 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
380 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_380Mbps 380 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
400 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_400Mbps 400 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
420 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_420Mbps 420 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
440 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_440Mbps 440 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
460 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_460Mbps 460 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
480 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_480Mbps 480 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
500 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_500Mbps 500 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
520 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_520Mbps 520 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 520 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
540 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_540Mbps 540 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 540 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
560 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_560Mbps 560 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 560 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
580 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_580Mbps 580 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 580 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
600 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_600Mbps 600 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 600 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
620 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_620Mbps 620 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 620 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
640 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_640Mbps 640 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 640 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
660 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_660Mbps 660 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 660 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
680 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_680Mbps 680 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 680 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
700 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_700Mbps 700 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 700 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
720 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_720Mbps 720 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 720 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
740 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_740Mbps 740 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 740 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
760 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_760Mbps 760 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 760 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
780 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_780Mbps 780 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 780 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
800 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_800Mbps 800 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 800 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
820 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_820Mbps 820 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 820 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
840 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_840Mbps 840 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 840 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
860 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_860Mbps 860 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 860 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
880 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_880Mbps 880 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 880 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
900 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_900Mbps 900 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 900 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
920 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_920Mbps 920 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 920 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
940 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_940Mbps 940 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 940 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
960 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_download_960Mbps 960 Mbps IPv6 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 960 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
20 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_20Mbps 20 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 20 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
40 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_40Mbps 40 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 40 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
60 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_60Mbps 60 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 60 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
80 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_80Mbps 80 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 80 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
100 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_100Mbps 100 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
120 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_120Mbps 120 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
140 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_140Mbps 140 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
160 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_160Mbps 160 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
180 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_180Mbps 180 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
200 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_200Mbps 200 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
220 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_220Mbps 220 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
240 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_240Mbps 240 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
260 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_260Mbps 260 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
280 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_280Mbps 280 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
300 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_300Mbps 300 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
320 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_320Mbps 320 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
340 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_340Mbps 340 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
360 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_360Mbps 360 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
380 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_380Mbps 380 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
400 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_400Mbps 400 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
420 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_420Mbps 420 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
440 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_440Mbps 440 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
460 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_460Mbps 460 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
480 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_480Mbps 480 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
500 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_500Mbps 500 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
520 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_520Mbps 520 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 520 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
540 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_540Mbps 540 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 540 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
560 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_560Mbps 560 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 560 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
580 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_580Mbps 580 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 580 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
600 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_600Mbps 600 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 600 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
620 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_620Mbps 620 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 620 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
640 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_640Mbps 640 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 640 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
660 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_660Mbps 660 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 660 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
680 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_680Mbps 680 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 680 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
700 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_700Mbps 700 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 700 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
720 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_720Mbps 720 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 720 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
740 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_740Mbps 740 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 740 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
760 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_760Mbps 760 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 760 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
780 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_780Mbps 780 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 780 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
800 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_800Mbps 800 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 800 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
820 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_820Mbps 820 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 820 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
840 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_840Mbps 840 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 840 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
860 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_860Mbps 860 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 860 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
880 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_880Mbps 880 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 880 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
900 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_900Mbps 900 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 900 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
920 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_920Mbps 920 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 920 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
940 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_940Mbps 940 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 940 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
960 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_UDP_upload_960Mbps 960 Mbps IPv6 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 960 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.



fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl

IPv4 fixed rate performance tests, 1 to 2.5 Gbps

Test Module Name Synopsis
980 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_980Mbps 980 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 980 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1000 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1000Mbps 1000 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1000 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1020 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1020Mbps 1020 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1020 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1040 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1040Mbps 1040 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1040 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1060 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1060Mbps 1060 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1060 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1080 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1080Mbps 1080 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1080 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1100 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1100Mbps 1100 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1120 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1120Mbps 1120 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1140 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1140Mbps 1140 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1160 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1160Mbps 1160 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1180 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1180Mbps 1180 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1200 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1200Mbps 1200 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1220 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1220Mbps 1220 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1240 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1240Mbps 1240 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1260 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1260Mbps 1260 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1280 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1280Mbps 1280 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1300 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1300Mbps 1300 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1320 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1320Mbps 1320 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1340 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1340Mbps 1340 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1360 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1360Mbps 1360 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1380 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1380Mbps 1380 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1400 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1400Mbps 1400 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1420 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1420Mbps 1420 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1440 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1440Mbps 1440 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1460 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1460Mbps 1460 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1480 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1480Mbps 1480 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1500 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1500Mbps 1500 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1520 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1520Mbps 1520 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1520 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1540 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1540Mbps 1540 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1540 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1560 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1560Mbps 1560 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1560 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1580 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1580Mbps 1580 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1580 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1600 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1600Mbps 1600 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1600 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1620 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1620Mbps 1620 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1620 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1640 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1640Mbps 1640 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1640 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1660 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1660Mbps 1660 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1660 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1680 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1680Mbps 1680 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1680 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1700 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1700Mbps 1700 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1700 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1720 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1720Mbps 1720 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1720 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1740 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1740Mbps 1740 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1740 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1760 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1760Mbps 1760 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1760 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1780 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1780Mbps 1780 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1780 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1800 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1800Mbps 1800 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1800 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1820 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1820Mbps 1820 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1820 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1840 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1840Mbps 1840 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1840 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1860 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1860Mbps 1860 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1860 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1880 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1880Mbps 1880 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1880 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1900 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1900Mbps 1900 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1900 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1920 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1920Mbps 1920 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1920 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1940 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1940Mbps 1940 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1940 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1960 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1960Mbps 1960 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1960 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1980 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_1980Mbps 1980 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1980 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2000 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2000Mbps 2000 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2000 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2020 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2020Mbps 2020 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2020 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2040 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2040Mbps 2040 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2040 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2060 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2060Mbps 2060 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2060 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2080 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2080Mbps 2080 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2080 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2100 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2100Mbps 2100 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2120 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2120Mbps 2120 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2140 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2140Mbps 2140 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2160 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2160Mbps 2160 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2180 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2180Mbps 2180 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2200 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2200Mbps 2200 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2220 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2220Mbps 2220 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2240 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2240Mbps 2240 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2260 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2260Mbps 2260 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2280 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2280Mbps 2280 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2300 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2300Mbps 2300 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2320 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2320Mbps 2320 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2340 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2340Mbps 2340 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2360 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2360Mbps 2360 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2380 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2380Mbps 2380 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2400 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2400Mbps 2400 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2420 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2420Mbps 2420 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2440 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2440Mbps 2440 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2460 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2460Mbps 2460 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2480 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2480Mbps 2480 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2500 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_download_2500Mbps 2500 Mbps IPv4 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
980 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_980Mbps 980 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 980 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1000 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1000Mbps 1000 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1000 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1020 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1020Mbps 1020 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1020 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1040 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1040Mbps 1040 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1040 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1060 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1060Mbps 1060 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1060 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1080 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1080Mbps 1080 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1080 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1100 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1100Mbps 1100 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1120 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1120Mbps 1120 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1140 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1140Mbps 1140 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1160 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1160Mbps 1160 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1180 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1180Mbps 1180 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1200 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1200Mbps 1200 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1220 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1220Mbps 1220 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1240 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1240Mbps 1240 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1260 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1260Mbps 1260 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1280 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1280Mbps 1280 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1300 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1300Mbps 1300 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1320 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1320Mbps 1320 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1340 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1340Mbps 1340 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1360 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1360Mbps 1360 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1380 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1380Mbps 1380 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1400 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1400Mbps 1400 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1420 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1420Mbps 1420 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1440 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1440Mbps 1440 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1460 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1460Mbps 1460 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1480 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1480Mbps 1480 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1500 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1500Mbps 1500 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1520 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1520Mbps 1520 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1520 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1540 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1540Mbps 1540 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1540 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1560 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1560Mbps 1560 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1560 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1580 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1580Mbps 1580 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1580 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1600 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1600Mbps 1600 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1600 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1620 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1620Mbps 1620 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1620 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1640 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1640Mbps 1640 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1640 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1660 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1660Mbps 1660 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1660 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1680 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1680Mbps 1680 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1680 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1700 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1700Mbps 1700 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1700 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1720 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1720Mbps 1720 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1720 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1740 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1740Mbps 1740 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1740 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1760 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1760Mbps 1760 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1760 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1780 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1780Mbps 1780 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1780 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1800 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1800Mbps 1800 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1800 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1820 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1820Mbps 1820 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1820 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1840 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1840Mbps 1840 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1840 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1860 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1860Mbps 1860 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1860 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1880 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1880Mbps 1880 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1880 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1900 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1900Mbps 1900 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1900 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1920 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1920Mbps 1920 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1920 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1940 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1940Mbps 1940 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1940 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1960 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1960Mbps 1960 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1960 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1980 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_1980Mbps 1980 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1980 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2000 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2000Mbps 2000 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2000 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2020 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2020Mbps 2020 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2020 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2040 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2040Mbps 2040 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2040 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2060 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2060Mbps 2060 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2060 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2080 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2080Mbps 2080 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2080 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2100 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2100Mbps 2100 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2120 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2120Mbps 2120 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2140 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2140Mbps 2140 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2160 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2160Mbps 2160 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2180 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2180Mbps 2180 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2200 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2200Mbps 2200 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2220 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2220Mbps 2220 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2240 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2240Mbps 2240 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2260 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2260Mbps 2260 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2280 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2280Mbps 2280 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2300 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2300Mbps 2300 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2320 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2320Mbps 2320 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2340 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2340Mbps 2340 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2360 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2360Mbps 2360 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2380 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2380Mbps 2380 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2400 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2400Mbps 2400 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2420 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2420Mbps 2420 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2440 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2440Mbps 2440 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2460 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2460Mbps 2460 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2480 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2480Mbps 2480 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2500 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_TCP_upload_2500Mbps 2500 Mbps IPv4 TCP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
980 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_980Mbps 980 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 980 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1000 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1000Mbps 1000 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1000 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1020 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1020Mbps 1020 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1020 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1040 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1040Mbps 1040 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1040 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1060 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1060Mbps 1060 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1060 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1080 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1080Mbps 1080 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1080 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1100 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1100Mbps 1100 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1120 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1120Mbps 1120 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1140 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1140Mbps 1140 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1160 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1160Mbps 1160 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1180 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1180Mbps 1180 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1200 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1200Mbps 1200 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1220 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1220Mbps 1220 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1240 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1240Mbps 1240 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1260 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1260Mbps 1260 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1280 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1280Mbps 1280 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1300 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1300Mbps 1300 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1320 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1320Mbps 1320 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1340 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1340Mbps 1340 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1360 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1360Mbps 1360 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1380 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1380Mbps 1380 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1400 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1400Mbps 1400 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1420 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1420Mbps 1420 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1440 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1440Mbps 1440 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1460 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1460Mbps 1460 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1480 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1480Mbps 1480 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1500 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1500Mbps 1500 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1520 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1520Mbps 1520 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1520 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1540 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1540Mbps 1540 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1540 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1560 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1560Mbps 1560 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1560 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1580 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1580Mbps 1580 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1580 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1600 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1600Mbps 1600 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1600 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1620 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1620Mbps 1620 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1620 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1640 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1640Mbps 1640 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1640 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1660 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1660Mbps 1660 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1660 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1680 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1680Mbps 1680 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1680 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1700 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1700Mbps 1700 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1700 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1720 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1720Mbps 1720 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1720 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1740 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1740Mbps 1740 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1740 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1760 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1760Mbps 1760 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1760 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1780 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1780Mbps 1780 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1780 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1800 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1800Mbps 1800 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1800 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1820 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1820Mbps 1820 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1820 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1840 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1840Mbps 1840 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1840 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1860 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1860Mbps 1860 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1860 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1880 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1880Mbps 1880 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1880 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1900 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1900Mbps 1900 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1900 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1920 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1920Mbps 1920 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1920 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1940 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1940Mbps 1940 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1940 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1960 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1960Mbps 1960 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1960 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1980 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_1980Mbps 1980 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1980 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2000 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2000Mbps 2000 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2000 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2020 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2020Mbps 2020 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2020 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2040 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2040Mbps 2040 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2040 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2060 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2060Mbps 2060 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2060 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2080 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2080Mbps 2080 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2080 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2100 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2100Mbps 2100 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2120 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2120Mbps 2120 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2140 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2140Mbps 2140 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2160 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2160Mbps 2160 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2180 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2180Mbps 2180 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2200 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2200Mbps 2200 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2220 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2220Mbps 2220 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2240 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2240Mbps 2240 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2260 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2260Mbps 2260 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2280 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2280Mbps 2280 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2300 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2300Mbps 2300 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2320 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2320Mbps 2320 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2340 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2340Mbps 2340 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2360 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2360Mbps 2360 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2380 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2380Mbps 2380 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2400 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2400Mbps 2400 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2420 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2420Mbps 2420 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2440 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2440Mbps 2440 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2460 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2460Mbps 2460 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2480 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2480Mbps 2480 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2500 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_download_2500Mbps 2500 Mbps IPv4 UDP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP download performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
980 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_980Mbps 980 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 980 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1000 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1000Mbps 1000 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1000 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1020 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1020Mbps 1020 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1020 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1040 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1040Mbps 1040 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1040 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1060 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1060Mbps 1060 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1060 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1080 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1080Mbps 1080 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1080 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1100 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1100Mbps 1100 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1120 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1120Mbps 1120 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1140 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1140Mbps 1140 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1160 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1160Mbps 1160 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1180 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1180Mbps 1180 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1200 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1200Mbps 1200 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1220 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1220Mbps 1220 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1240 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1240Mbps 1240 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1260 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1260Mbps 1260 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1280 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1280Mbps 1280 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1300 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1300Mbps 1300 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1320 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1320Mbps 1320 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1340 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1340Mbps 1340 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1360 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1360Mbps 1360 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1380 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1380Mbps 1380 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1400 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1400Mbps 1400 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1420 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1420Mbps 1420 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1440 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1440Mbps 1440 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1460 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1460Mbps 1460 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1480 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1480Mbps 1480 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1500 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1500Mbps 1500 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1520 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1520Mbps 1520 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1520 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1540 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1540Mbps 1540 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1540 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1560 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1560Mbps 1560 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1560 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1580 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1580Mbps 1580 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1580 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1600 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1600Mbps 1600 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1600 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1620 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1620Mbps 1620 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1620 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1640 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1640Mbps 1640 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1640 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1660 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1660Mbps 1660 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1660 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1680 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1680Mbps 1680 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1680 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1700 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1700Mbps 1700 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1700 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1720 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1720Mbps 1720 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1720 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1740 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1740Mbps 1740 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1740 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1760 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1760Mbps 1760 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1760 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1780 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1780Mbps 1780 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1780 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1800 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1800Mbps 1800 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1800 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1820 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1820Mbps 1820 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1820 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1840 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1840Mbps 1840 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1840 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1860 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1860Mbps 1860 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1860 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1880 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1880Mbps 1880 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1880 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1900 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1900Mbps 1900 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1900 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1920 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1920Mbps 1920 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1920 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1940 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1940Mbps 1940 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1940 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1960 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1960Mbps 1960 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1960 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1980 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_1980Mbps 1980 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 1980 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2000 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2000Mbps 2000 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2000 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2020 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2020Mbps 2020 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2020 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2040 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2040Mbps 2040 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2040 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2060 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2060Mbps 2060 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2060 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2080 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2080Mbps 2080 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2080 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2100 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2100Mbps 2100 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2120 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2120Mbps 2120 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2140 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2140Mbps 2140 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2160 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2160Mbps 2160 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2180 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2180Mbps 2180 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2200 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2200Mbps 2200 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2220 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2220Mbps 2220 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2240 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2240Mbps 2240 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2260 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2260Mbps 2260 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2280 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2280Mbps 2280 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2300 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2300Mbps 2300 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2320 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2320Mbps 2320 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2340 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2340Mbps 2340 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2360 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2360Mbps 2360 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2380 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2380Mbps 2380 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2400 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2400Mbps 2400 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2420 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2420Mbps 2420 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2440 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2440Mbps 2440 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2460 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2460Mbps 2460 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2480 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2480Mbps 2480 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2500 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5.tcl perf_IPv4_UDP_upload_2500Mbps 2500 Mbps IPv4 UDP upload throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a UDP upload performance test over IPv4 using a target bandwidth
        of 2500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfUploadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.



fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl

IPv6 fixed rate performance tests, 1 to 2.5 Gbps

Test Module Name Synopsis
980 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_980Mbps 980 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 980 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1000 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1000Mbps 1000 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1000 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1020 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1020Mbps 1020 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1020 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1040 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1040Mbps 1040 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1040 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1060 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1060Mbps 1060 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1060 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1080 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1080Mbps 1080 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1080 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1100 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1100Mbps 1100 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1120 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1120Mbps 1120 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1140 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1140Mbps 1140 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1160 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1160Mbps 1160 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1180 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1180Mbps 1180 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1200 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1200Mbps 1200 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1220 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1220Mbps 1220 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1240 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1240Mbps 1240 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1240 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1260 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1260Mbps 1260 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1260 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1280 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1280Mbps 1280 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1280 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1300 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1300Mbps 1300 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1300 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1320 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1320Mbps 1320 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1320 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1340 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1340Mbps 1340 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1340 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1360 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1360Mbps 1360 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1360 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1380 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1380Mbps 1380 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1380 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1400 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1400Mbps 1400 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1400 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1420 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1420Mbps 1420 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1420 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1440 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1440Mbps 1440 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1440 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1460 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1460Mbps 1460 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1460 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1480 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1480Mbps 1480 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1480 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1500 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1500Mbps 1500 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1500 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1520 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1520Mbps 1520 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1520 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1540 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1540Mbps 1540 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1540 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1560 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1560Mbps 1560 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1560 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1580 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1580Mbps 1580 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1580 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1600 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1600Mbps 1600 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1600 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1620 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1620Mbps 1620 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1620 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1640 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1640Mbps 1640 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1640 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1660 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1660Mbps 1660 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1660 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1680 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1680Mbps 1680 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1680 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1700 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1700Mbps 1700 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1700 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1720 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1720Mbps 1720 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1720 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1740 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1740Mbps 1740 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1740 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1760 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1760Mbps 1760 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1760 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1780 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1780Mbps 1780 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1780 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1800 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1800Mbps 1800 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1800 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1820 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1820Mbps 1820 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1820 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1840 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1840Mbps 1840 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1840 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1860 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1860Mbps 1860 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1860 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1880 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1880Mbps 1880 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1880 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1900 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1900Mbps 1900 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1900 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1920 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1920Mbps 1920 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1920 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1940 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1940Mbps 1940 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1940 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1960 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1960Mbps 1960 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1960 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
1980 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_1980Mbps 1980 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 1980 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2000 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_2000Mbps 2000 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 2000 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2020 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_2020Mbps 2020 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 2020 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2040 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_2040Mbps 2040 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 2040 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2060 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_2060Mbps 2060 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 2060 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2080 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_2080Mbps 2080 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 2080 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2100 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_2100Mbps 2100 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 2100 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2120 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_2120Mbps 2120 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 2120 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2140 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_2140Mbps 2140 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 2140 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2160 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_2160Mbps 2160 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 2160 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2180 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_2180Mbps 2180 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 2180 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2200 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_2200Mbps 2200 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 2200 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis
2220 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test fixed-rate-perf-2-5-v6.tcl perf_IPv6_TCP_download_2220Mbps 2220 Mbps IPv6 TCP download throughput test


step 1. Start a performance client on the LAN.
step 2. Verify connectivity between the LAN performance client and its gateway
        (the DUT). If the testvar perfPingEnable is set to **yes**, measure and
        record the round trip time (RTT).
step 3. Start a performance server on a second LAN using the port specified by
        the testvar perfPort.
step 4. Run a TCP download performance test over IPv6 using a target bandwidth
        of 2220 (Mbps).
step 5. Verify that the measured throughout performance is at least 95% of the
        target bandwidth. Also verify that the number of TCP retransmits is less
        than the value specified for perfDownloadTcpRetr, if it is set.
step 6. Shutdown the performance client and server. Verify connectivity between
        LAN and WAN.


Test Module Name Synopsis