By default, the ACS server will use the Set-Cookie header specificed in RFC 6265 to set an HTTP cookie on the DUT. Older cookie header styles that require the Version attribute can also be configured.
- Setting acsCookieMode to a value of “1” results in the ACS using RFC 2109 “Set-Cookie” style cookies
- Setting acsCookieMode to a value of “2” results in the ACS using RFC 2965 “Set-Cookie2” style cookies
It is also possible to turn off ACS server cookies completely by setting this testvar to “none”. When cookies are turned off, CDRouter will automatically skip any test cases that depend on cookie functionality.
Note that RFC 6265 obsoletes RFC 2965 which obsoletes RFC 2109. In addition, TR-069 Amendment 5 and newer versions require the use of RFC 6265 style cookies.