CSIT 1801 report update
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1 CSIT Release Notes
2 ==================
3
4 Changes in CSIT |release|
5 -------------------------
6
7 #. VPP functional test framework changes:
8
9    - improved stability of tests with nested-VM and QEMU;
10
11 #. Code updates and optimizations in CSIT functional framework:
12
13    - IPSecSW tests - Software based IPSec encryption with CBC-SHA1 and
14      CBC-SHA ciphers, in combination with IPv4 routed-forwarding;
15
16 Known Issues
17 ------------
18
19 Here is the list of known issues in CSIT |release| for VPP functional tests in VIRL:
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21 +---+-------------------------------------------------+----------+------------------------------------------------------+
22 | # | Issue                                           | Jira ID  | Description                                          |
23 +---+-------------------------------------------------+----------+------------------------------------------------------+
24 | 1 | DHCPv4 client: Client responses to DHCPv4 OFFER | CSIT-129 | Client replies with DHCPv4 REQUEST message when      |
25 |   | sent with different XID.                        |          | received DHCPv4 OFFER message with different (wrong) |
26 |   |                                                 |          | XID.                                                 |
27 +---+-------------------------------------------------+----------+------------------------------------------------------+
28 | 2 | Softwire - MAP-E: Incorrect calculation of IPv6 | CSIT-398 | IPv6 destination address is wrongly calculated in    |
29 |   | destination address when IPv4 prefix is 0.      |          | case that IPv4 prefix is equal to 0 and IPv6 prefix  |
30 |   |                                                 |          | is less than 40.                                     |
31 +---+-------------------------------------------------+----------+------------------------------------------------------+
32 | 3 | Softwire - MAP-E: Map domain is created when    | CSIT-399 | Map domain is created in case that the sum of suffix |
33 |   | incorrect parameters provided.                  |          | length of IPv4 prefix and PSID length is greater     |
34 |   |                                                 |          | than EA bits length. IPv6 destination address        |
35 |   |                                                 |          | contains bits writen with PSID over the EA-bit       |
36 |   |                                                 |          | length when IPv4 packet is sent.                     |
37 +---+-------------------------------------------------+----------+------------------------------------------------------+
38 | 4 | IPv6 RA: Incorrect IPv6 destination address in  | CSIT-409 | Wrong IPv6 destination address (ff02::1) is used in  |
39 |   | response to ICMPv6 Router Solicitation.         |          | ICMPv6 Router Advertisement packet sent as a         |
40 |   |                                                 |          | response to received  ICMPv6 Router Solicitation     |
41 |   |                                                 |          | packet.                                              |
42 +---+-------------------------------------------------+----------+------------------------------------------------------+
43 | 5 | Vhost-user: QEMU reconnect does not work.       | CSIT-565 | Using QEMU 2.5.0 that does not support vhost-user    |
44 |   |                                                 |          | reconnect. It requires moving CSIT VIRL environment  |
45 |   |                                                 |          | to QEMU 2.7.0.                                       |
46 +---+-------------------------------------------------+----------+------------------------------------------------------+

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