[ECOS] global addressing in ecos
matthew de veza
Fri Jan 10 12:30:00 GMT 2003
We've applied the patch and re-run all the tests for the stateless address
autoconfiguration, and we also exempted the tests indicated below (21-30,
54-56). The tests that passed are those that wait for the DAD to fail (it
wants the target to basically not send any echo reply/packet) and all the
other tests failed. These are basically the tests that wants the target to
echo-reply. We believe that the cause is that the global address cannot be
set; it would seem that the target does not respond to DAD which are sent
using a multicast address.
This seems to lead me into thinking that the entire set of stateless
autoconfiguration is exempted. Can anyone please verify? Or on another train
of thought, I would like to ask if anyone would know why we cannot set the
global address, and why the target does not seem to respond to multicast
I would like to ask Mr. Hamilton if you could share your test results for
the ecos target tested by TAHI if this is not confidential so we could more
or less compare our test results with yours.
>From: Jonathan Larmour <jifl@eCosCentric.com>
>To: Mark Salter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: [ECOS] global addressing in ecos
>Date: Thu, 09 Jan 2003 16:52:07 +0000
>Mark Salter wrote:
>>>>>>>On Wed, 2003-01-08 at 04:53, matthew de veza wrote:
>>>>>>>>we've been testing an ecos target with the tahi test suite and the
>>>>>>>>tests which involves autoconfiguration of global addresses seem to
>>>>>>>>all be unsuccessful. i would really like to find out if the global
>>>>>>>>address autoconfiguration feature/stateless address
>>>>>>>>autoconfiguration feature which was ported from freebsd to ecos has
>>>>>>>>been fully ported and is robust and functional. can anyone please
>>This patch cleared up a lot of TAHI failures for us:
>>AFAICT, all of our patches are in the public CVS.
>Thanks for checking that.
>>>From a report on the test run:
>> IPv6 Stateless Address Autoconfiguration
>> Originally failed tests should now pass. Reason: new
>> ipv6_routing_thread does not emit unexpected packets.
>> Exempt tests: #21-#30, #54-#56
>> Reason: Not applicable: Infrastructure missing, no 'ifconfig',
>> 'route' or 'setkey' utilities, so even in manual mode, boot-time
>> config is not possible in eCos.
>Ah, I didn't remember/know there were exemptions. At a guess the
>autoconfiguration stuff must be one of those, but I'm sure Matthew will say
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