Details for testcase: Network Manager



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ID1425
TitleNetwork Manager
LinkNo link provided
Part of testsuitesNetwork Manager
Common Internet
Xubuntu Networking

RevisionWritten on the 2014-03-03 07:41 by elfy
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This test will check that Network Manager can establish an ethernet connection

Plug in the cable in ethernet port
NetworkManager's icon swirls and then changes to "ethernet connection up" icon (2 arrows, 1 pointing up and 1 pointing down by default)
Wait till notification appears
Notification on established connection appears
Click on the applet, select 'Connection Information'
'Connection Information' dialog appears
Does the information presented in the dialog make sense in your environment?

This test will check that Network Manager can establish a WPA/WPA2 encrypted Wi-Fi connection

Please ensure you have a Wi-Fi card with installed drivers, switched on and a WPA/WPA2 encrypted Wi-Fi AP available
Open the applet and select WPA/WPA2 encrypted network
NetworkManager's icon swirls. 'Enter password' window appears
Enter AP password
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)
Wait till notification appears
Notification on established connection appears
Click on the applet, select 'Connection Information'
'Connection Information' dialog appears
Does the information presented in the dialog make sense in your environment?

This test will check that Network Manager can establish a WEP encrypted Wi-Fi connection

Please ensure you have a Wi-Fi card with installed drivers, switched on and a WEP encrypted Wi-Fi AP available
Open the applet and select WEP encrypted network
NetworkManager's icon swirls. 'Enter password' window appears
Enter AP password
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)
Wait till notification appears
Notification on established connection appears
Click on the applet, select 'Connection Information'
'Connection Information' dialog appears
Does the information presented in the dialog make sense in your environment?

This test will check that Network Manager can establish an unencrypted Wi-Fi connection

Please ensure you have a Wi-Fi card with installed drivers, switched on and an unencrypted Wi-Fi AP available
Open the applet and select an unencrypted network
NetworkManager's icon swirls and then changes to "unencrypted wireless connection up" icon (4 half-circles icon by default)
Wait till notification appears
Notification on established connection appears
Click on the applet, select 'Connection Information'
'Connection Information' dialog appears
Does the information presented in the dialog make sense in your environment?

This test will check that Network Manager can establish a 3G connection

Please ensure you have a 3G card/dongle with installed drivers, switched on and a good 3G signal from your service provider
Plug in the 3G dongle
NetworkManager's icon swirls and then changes to "unencrypted wireless connection up" icon (4 half-circles icon by default)
Wait till notification appears
Notification on established connection appears
Click on the applet, select 'Connection Information'
'Connection Information' dialog appears
Does the information presented in the dialog make sense in your environment?

This test will check that Network Manager can establish a connection to Cisco VPN

Please ensure you have a Cisco VPN to connect to.
Install the network-manager-vpnc package, make sure both network-manager-vpnc and network-manager-vpnc-gnome get installed.
Right-click on the NetworkManager icon
Click Edit Connections...
Click the VPN tab.
Click Add, then select the correct type of VPNplugin.
Create settings for your VPN connection
When done, close the connection manager window.
Click on the NetworkManager icon
Click on your VPN profile under "VPN Connections"
Enter credentials if prompted.
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).
Are you now able to access resources restricted to your VPN?

This test will check that Network Manager can export and import Cisco VPN connections

Please ensure you have a Cisco VPN to connect to.
Right-click on the NetworkManager icon
Click Edit Connections...
Click the VPN tab.
Select a VPN profile and click Export.
Verify that you can properly export a profile to a file on your hard drive.
Click Import.
Does the profile import properly?

This test will check that Network Manager can establish a connection to OpenVPN

Please ensure you have an OpenVPN server to connect to.
Install the network-manager-openvpn package, make sure both network-manager-openvpn and network-manager-openvpn-gnome get installed.
Right-click on the NetworkManager icon
Click Edit Connections...
Click the VPN tab.
Click Add, then select the correct type of VPNplugin.
Create settings for your VPN connection
When done, close the connection manager window.
Click on the NetworkManager icon
Click on your VPN profile under "VPN Connections"
Enter credentials if prompted.
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).
Are you able to access the resources provided by your VPN?

This test will check that Network Manager can export and import OpenVPN connections

Please ensure you have an OpenVPN server to connect to.
Right-click on the NetworkManager icon
Click Edit Connections...
Click the VPN tab.
Select a VPN profile and click Export.
Verify that you can properly export a profile to a file on your hard drive.
Click Import.
Does the profile import properly?

This test will check that Network Manager can establish a connection to PPTP VPN

Please ensure you have a PPTP VPN gateway to connect to.
Install the network-manager-pptp package, make sure both network-manager-pptp and network-manager-pptp-gnome get installed.
Right-click on the NetworkManager icon
Click Edit Connections...
Click the VPN tab.
Click Add, then select the correct type of VPNplugin.
Create settings for your VPN connection
When done, close the connection manager window.
Click on the NetworkManager icon
Click on your VPN profile under "VPN Connections"
Enter credentials if prompted.
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).
Are you able to access the resources provided by your VPN?

This test will check that Network Manager can export and import PPTP connections

Please ensure you have a PPTP VPN gateway to connect to.
Right-click on the NetworkManager icon
Click Edit Connections...
Click the VPN tab.
Select a VPN profile and click Export.
Verify that you can properly export a profile to a file on your hard drive.
Click Import.
Does the profile import properly?

This test will check that Network Manager can establish a connection to OpenConnect VPN

Please ensure you have a Cisco AnyConnect VPN gateway to connect to.
Install the network-manager-openconnect package, make sure both network-manager-openconnect and network-manager-openconnect-gnome get installed.
Right-click on the NetworkManager icon
Click Edit Connections...
Click the VPN tab.
Click Add, then select the correct type of VPNplugin.
Create settings for your VPN connection
When done, close the connection manager window.
Click on the NetworkManager icon
Click on your VPN profile under "VPN Connections"
Enter credentials if prompted.
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).
Are you able to access the resources provided by your VPN?

This test will check that Network Manager can export and import OpenConnect VPN connections

Please ensure you have a Cisco AnyConnect VPN gateway to connect to.
Right-click on the NetworkManager icon
Click Edit Connections
Click the VPN tab.
Select a VPN profile and click Export
Verify that you can properly export a profile to a file on your hard drive.
Click Import.
Does the profile import properly?

If all actions produce the expected results listed, please submit a 'passed' result.
If an action fails, or produces an unexpected result, please submit 'failed' and file a bug. Please be sure to include the bug number when you submit your result

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