Difference between revisions of "IPv6TestReportArcCE"

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Revision as of 13:02, 13 September 2012

A): Dual Stack on both C and S (both on DPM server and UI) behavior:

A.1): <description of command>

<report here command and outcome>


A.2): <description of command>

<report here command and outcome>


B): IPv6-only on Client; Server in Dual Stack behavior:

B.1): <description of command>

<report here command and outcome>


B.2): <description of command>

<report here command and outcome>


C): IPv6-only on Server; Client in Dual Stack -behavior:

C.1): <description of command>

<report here command and outcome>


C.2): <description of command>

<report here command and outcome>


D): IPv6-only on both Client and Server - behavior

D.1): <description of command>

<report here command and outcome>


D.2): <description of command>

<report here command and outcome>