CDRouter Support

Modules File

user-guide version 13.3

Modules File

CDRouter requires there be a file named modules at the top-level of every testpath. This file is known as a modules file. A modules file defines the test modules in a testpath using calls to buddy::module_define which take the following form:

  buddy::module_define mymodule.tcl {
      PROPERTIES...
  }

The properties inside the module definition tell cdrouter-cli when a module should or should not be loaded.

Properties

Below are the properties that can be assigned to a module.

description

Module descriptions are declared in the modules file using the description property. This is the module description which is displayed when running cdrouter-cli -list or in CDRouter’s documentation section.

  buddy::module_define mymodule.tcl {
      description "The module description goes here"
  }

group

This property indicates which CDRouter addon the test module belongs to. This determines where a test module shows up in CDRouter’s package editor (/packages/new and /packages/:id/edit). The possible values for this property are:

Group Description
CDRouter Modules exclusive to CDRouter base
Multiport Modules exclusive to CDRouter Multiport product
TR-069 Modules exclusive to CDRouter TR-069 / TR-069 EDM addon
BBF.069 Modules exclusive to CDRouter BBF.069 addon
IKE Modules exclusive to CDRouter IKE addon
IPv6 Modules exclusive to CDRouter IPv6 addon
Storage Modules exclusive to CDRouter Storage addon
SNMP Modules exclusive to CDRouter SNMP addon
Nmap Modules exclusive to CDRouter Nmap addon
Performance Modules exclusive to CDRouter Performance addon
Custom Used only for user-created, custom test modules

For example, the following snippet would make the mymodule.tcl test module show up under the IPv6 group in CDRouter:

  buddy::module_define mymodule.tcl {
      group IPv6
  }

required-addons

This property tells cdrouter-cli which addons must be enabled in the license file to allow the module to be loaded. The value of the property should be a Tcl list whose values are options that can be passed to the qacafe Tcl command and which return either yes or no. The current valid options are:

Addon Description
bbf.069 Test module requires BBF.069 addon
ics Test module requires ICS addon
ike Test module requires IKE addon
ipv6 Test module requires IPv6 addon
multiport Test module requires Multiport addon
nmap Test module requires Nmap addon
performance Test module requires Performance addon
snmp Test module requires SNMP addon
storage Test module requires Storage addon
tr69 Test module requires TR-069 addon
tr69-edm Test module requires TR-069 EDM addon

For example, to only load the test module mymodule.tcl if the both the Storage and IPv6 addons are enabled, use the following snippet:

  buddy::module_define mymodule.tcl {
      required-addons { storage ipv6 }
  }

demo

When running CDRouter Demo, any module without a demo property of yes will not be loaded. The absence of a demo property implies a value of no. To allow a module to be loaded in CDRouter Demo, use the following snippet:

  buddy::module_define mymodule.tcl {
      demo yes
  }

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