adrsolvQueuTwo - Verifying address resolution queue
Host and Router
adrsolvQueuTwo.seq [-tooloption ...] -p adrsolvQueuTwo.def
Clear NC state for TN.
adrsolvQueuTwo verifies that a NUT queues at the least one packet for an address whose LLA is not resolved. If NUT's queue has one entry the latest packet must be queued.
TN NUT ----------------------
==== echo-request A ===> src=TN's link-local dst=NUT's link-local
==== echo-request B ===> src=TN's link-local dst=NUT's link-local
<=== Judgment #1: multicast NS ==== src=NUT's link-local dst=solicited-node[TN's link-local] w/ SLLA timeout: $RETRANS_TIMER * $MAX_MULTICAST_SOLICIT
==== solicited NA ===> src=TN's link-local dst=NUT's link-local R=0, S=1, O=1 w/ TLLA
State: REACHABLE <=== Judgment #2: echo-reply B ==== src=NUT's link-local dst=TN's link-local <=== Judgment #3: echo-reply A ==== src=NUT's link-local dst=TN's link-local
1. NUT must send at the least one mulstcast NS. src=NUT's link-local, dst=sol-node[TN's link-local], w/SLLA 2. NUT must send an echo-reply B. src=NUT's link-local, dst=TN's link-local 3. NUT may send an echo-reply A. src=NUT's link-local, dst=TN's link-local
The test does not invoke any remote command.
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