Applications/NetworkManager

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Network-manager

Affected packages: network-manager, network-manager-gnome, network-manager-vpnc(-gnome,-kde), network-manager-pptp(-gnome,-kde), network-manager-openvpn(-gnome,-kde), network-manager-openconnect(-gnome,-kde), modem-manager

Network devices

Connection Types:

Ethernet

Test Case ID: TC-NMA-001

Test Case Description: Check that Network Manager can establish an ethernet connection

Assumption:

  1. Network Manager applet is running
  2. The tester has ethernet cable to connect to the network

Actions:

  1. Plug in the cable in ethernet port
  2. Wait till notification appears
  3. Click on the applet, select 'Connection Information'
  4. Verify that information in the dialog makes sense in your environment

Expected Result:

  1. NetworkManager's icon swirls and then changes to ""ethenet connection up"" icon (2 arrows, 1 pointing up and 1 pointing down by default)

  2. Notification on established connection appears
  3. 'Connection Information' dialog appears

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Wireless/Wifi

Wireless/Wifi WPA/WPA2

Test Case ID: TC-NMA-002

Test Case Description: Check that Network Manager can establish a WPA/WPA2 encrypted Wi-Fi connection

Assumption:

  1. Network Manager applet is running
  2. The tester has Wi-Fi card with installed drivers, switched on
  3. The tester has WPA/WPA2 encrypted Wi-Fi AP available

Actions:

  1. Open the applet and select WPA/WPA2 encrypted network
  2. Enter AP password
  3. Wait till notification appears
  4. Click on the applet, select 'Connection Information'
  5. Verify that information in the dialog makes sense in your environment

Expected Result:

  1. NetworkManager's icon swirls. 'Enter password' window appears

  2. NetworkManager's icon changes to ""encrypted wireless connection up"" icon (4 half-circles with a small lock on the bottom-right corner icon by default)

  3. Notification on established connection appears
  4. 'Connection Information' dialog appears

File a bug

Wireless/Wifi WEP

Test Case ID: TC-NMA-003

Test Case Description: Check that Network Manager can establish a WEP encrypted Wi-Fi connection

Assumption:

  1. Network Manager applet is running
  2. The tester has Wi-Fi card with installed drivers, switched on
  3. The tester has WEP encrypted Wi-Fi AP available

Actions:

  1. Open the applet and select WEP encrypted network
  2. Enter AP password
  3. Wait till notification appears
  4. Click on the applet, select 'Connection Information'
  5. Verify that information in the dialog makes sense in your environment

Expected Result:

  1. NetworkManager's icon swirls. 'Enter password' window appears

  2. NetworkManager's icon changes to ""encrypted wireless connection up"" icon (4 half-circles with a small lock on the bottom-right corner icon by default)

  3. Notification on established connection appears
  4. 'Connection Information' dialog appears

File a bug

Wireless/Wifi WEP

Test Case ID: TC-NMA-004

Test Case Description: Check that Network Manager can establish an unencrypted Wi-Fi connection

Assumption:

  1. Network Manager applet is running
  2. The tester has Wi-Fi card with installed drivers, switched on
  3. The tester has unencrypted Wi-Fi AP available

Actions:

  1. Open the applet and select an unencrypted network
  2. Wait till notification appears
  3. Click on the applet, select 'Connection Information'
  4. Verify that information in the dialog makes sense in your environment

Expected Result:

  1. NetworkManager's icon swirls and then changes to ""unecrypted wireless connection up"" icon (4 half-circles icon by default)

  2. Notification on established connection appears
  3. 'Connection Information' dialog appears

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3G

Test Case ID: TC-NMA-005

Test Case Description: Check that Network Manager can establish a 3G connection

Assumption:

  1. Network Manager applet is running
  2. The tester has 3G card/dongle with installed drivers
  3. The tester is in 3G signal coverage area

Actions:

  1. Plug in the 3G dongle
  2. Wait till notification appears
  3. Click on the applet, select 'Connection Information'
  4. Verify that information in the dialog makes sense in your environment

Expected Result:

  1. NetworkManager's icon swirls and then changes to ""unencryped wireless connection up"" icon (4 half-circles icon by default)

  2. Notification on established connection appears
  3. 'Connection Information' dialog appears

File a bug

VPN Connections

Cisco VPN (vpnc)

Cisco VPN (vpnc) - Establishing a connection

Case ID: nm-vpnc-001

Requires: a Cisco VPN to connect to.

  1. Install the network-manager-vpnc package, make sure both network-manager-vpnc and network-manager-vpnc-gnome get installed in the GNOME environment. If you are on KDE, you should have network-manager-vpnc and network-manager-vpnc-kde

  2. Right-click on the NetworkManager icon

  3. Click Edit Connections...

  4. Click the VPN tab.

  5. Click Add, then select the correct type of VPN plugin.

  6. Create settings for your VPN connection
  7. When done, close the connection manager window.
  8. Click on the NetworkManager icon

  9. Click on your VPN profile under "VPN Connections"
  10. Enter credentials if prompted.
  11. The NetworkManager icon will "swirl", then you should see a small lock at the bottom right corner of the normal connection icon (half-circles or arrows).

  12. Verify that you can access the resources provided by your VPN.

File a bug

Cisco VPN (vpnc) - Import/Export

Case ID: nm-vpnc-002

  1. Right-click on the NetworkManager icon

  2. Click Edit Connections...

  3. Click the VPN tab.

  4. Select a VPN profile and click Export.

  5. Verify that you can properly export a profile to a file on your hard drive.
  6. Click Import.

  7. Verify that you can import a saved profile into NetworkManager.

File a bug

OpenVPN plugin

OpenVPN - Establishing a connection

Case ID: nm-openvpn-001

Requires: an OpenVPN server to connect to.

  1. Install the network-manager-openvpn package, make sure both network-manager-openvpn and network-manager-openvpn-gnome get installed in the GNOME environment. If you are on KDE, you should have network-manager-openvpn and network-manager-openvpn-kde

  2. Right-click on the NetworkManager icon

  3. Click Edit Connections...

  4. Click the VPN tab.

  5. Click Add, then select the correct type of VPN plugin.

  6. Create settings for your VPN connection
  7. When done, close the connection manager window.
  8. Click on the NetworkManager icon

  9. Click on your VPN profile under "VPN Connections"
  10. Enter credentials if prompted.
  11. The NetworkManager icon will "swirl", then you should see a small lock at the bottom right corner of the normal connection icon (half-circles or arrows).

  12. Verify that you can access the resources provided by your VPN.

File a bug

OpenVPN - Import/Export

Case ID: nm-openvpn-002

  1. Right-click on the NetworkManager icon

  2. Click Edit Connections...

  3. Click the VPN tab.

  4. Select a VPN profile and click Export.

  5. Verify that you can properly export a profile to a file on your hard drive.
  6. Click Import.

  7. Verify that you can import a saved profile into NetworkManager.

File a bug

PPTP VPN plugin

PPTP VPN - Establishing a connection

Case ID: nm-pptp-001

Requires: a PPTP VPN gateway to connect to.

  1. Install the network-manager-pptp package, make sure both network-manager-pptp and network-manager-pptp-gnome get installed in the GNOME environment. If you are on KDE, you should have network-manager-pptp and network-manager-pptp-kde

  2. Right-click on the NetworkManager icon

  3. Click Edit Connections...

  4. Click the VPN tab.

  5. Click Add, then select the correct type of VPN plugin.

  6. Create settings for your VPN connection
  7. When done, close the connection manager window.
  8. Click on the NetworkManager icon

  9. Click on your VPN profile under "VPN Connections"
  10. Enter credentials if prompted.
  11. The NetworkManager icon will "swirl", then you should see a small lock at the bottom right corner of the normal connection icon (half-circles or arrows).

  12. Verify that you can access the resources provided by your VPN.

File a bug

PPTP VPN - Import/Export

Case ID: nm-pptp-002

  1. Right-click on the NetworkManager icon

  2. Click Edit Connections...

  3. Click the VPN tab.

  4. Select a VPN profile and click Export.

  5. Verify that you can properly export a profile to a file on your hard drive.
  6. Click Import.

  7. Verify that you can import a saved profile into NetworkManager.

File a bug

OpenConnect VPN plugin

OpenConnect VPN - Establishing a connection

Case ID: nm-oc-001

Requires: a Cisco AnyConnect VPN gateway to connect to.

  1. Install the network-manager-openconnect package, make sure both network-manager-openconnect and network-manager-openconnect-gnome get installed in the GNOME environment. If you are on KDE, you should have network-manager-openconnect and network-manager-openconnect-kde

  2. Right-click on the NetworkManager icon

  3. Click Edit Connections...

  4. Click the VPN tab.

  5. Click Add, then select the correct type of VPN plugin.

  6. Create settings for your VPN connection
  7. When done, close the connection manager window.
  8. Click on the NetworkManager icon

  9. Click on your VPN profile under "VPN Connections"
  10. Enter credentials if prompted.
  11. The NetworkManager icon will "swirl", then you should see a small lock at the bottom right corner of the normal connection icon (half-circles or arrows).

  12. Verify that you can access the resources provided by your VPN.

File a bug

OpenConnect VPN - Import/Export

Case ID: nm-oc-002

  1. Right-click on the NetworkManager icon

  2. Click Edit Connections...

  3. Click the VPN tab.

  4. Select a VPN profile and click Export.

  5. Verify that you can properly export a profile to a file on your hard drive.
  6. Click Import.

  7. Verify that you can import a saved profile into NetworkManager.

File a bug

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Applications/NetworkManager (last edited 2012-02-07 18:35:18 by nskaggs)