Protocol testing is defined as a Software Testing type that's check communication protocols in domains of Switching, Wireless, VoIP, Routing. C1: ADVANCED TELECOMMUNICATION PROTOCOL TESTING. Part 1 Datacom Fundamentals. Introduction to Data Networks. Network Components. testing course has been designed to focus to meet the demand of Datacom with the hands on experience on real-time Telecom Protocol testing on L2/L3.
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Advantages of Having Domain Knowledge Domain knowledge is relatively important for testing any project.
The list given below shows the various advantages involved in having domain knowledge: 1 Reduces Training Time If a tester has domain knowledge then only minimal training is required for them and this, in turn, will save the cost and time of the project. This will increase the productivity of the project as well as the organization.
Also, they can identify the defects at the early stage of testing with the help of their knowledge of back-end system.
If a tester has domain knowledge then they can think out of the box and can write unique test cases which may raise valid questions on the current workflow of an application. This will be an added advantage to the testing team as well.
If a tester has domain knowledge then they can review the test cases technically and suggest technical changes in the test case flow as per the business requirement. Their knowledge will play a vital role while representing an organization in front of the client. Such testers having a detailed knowledge of the domain processes and rules can easily spot issues in the requirement document.
This again saves costs for project and organization which otherwise may require a special trainer for coaching. Overview of Telecom Domain Telecom industry is becoming a top performing industry in the last few years. This industry has a unique set of challenges from the technology front and the customer demands due to its wide range of sectors.
Telecom industry consists of a set of sectors like wireless communication, satellite communication, Internet Service Provider etc.
Business Processes in Telecom Industry A good understanding of the business processes in a must for testing a telecom project. This will help to test an end to end telecom application.
Telecom services are based on the below two systems: 1 Operations Support Systems OSS : OSS supports back-office activities like telecom network, provisioning, maintaining customer service, Inventory etc. Telecom testing or protocol testing is also comes under testing technology.
Engineers can test any software in any domain with the knowledge of software testing except telecom domain. The latter would be a negative conformance test.
Protocol conformance testing requires testing both the syntax and the semantics functionality of the device under test. The semantic tests tend to be more difficult to create as a practical matter.
For example, testing that a router is maintaining an accurate count of all erroneous incoming packets of a certain type requires a mechanism for generating the erroneous packets, counting them, directing them to the router, assuring they were received by the router, and then reading the actual counter in the router.
Performance testing is the process of verifying that the performance of the device under test meets an acceptable level.
Performance testing is a superset of line speed testing in that performance applies to many aspects of a network device or application, and not just line speed. Robustness testing is the process of subjecting a device under test to particular input streams. The input streams may be one of three types: Many operating system implementations, though, were only designed to accept valid inputs, and only tested with valid inputs.
Interoperability Testing Interoperability testing is the process of testing devices from multiple manufacturers by interacting in such a manner as to exercise the network protocol s under test. Generally the devices are set up, synchronized, and send and receive data.A protocol is the special set of rules that end points in a telecommunication connection use when they communicate.
Robustness Security Testing Robustness testing is the process of subjecting a device under test to particular input streams. The input streams may be one of three types: For example, features can be port-security on a switch, ACL on a router etc.
Wireshark captures packets that helps to determine when the session is getting established, when the exact data travel was initiated and how much data is sent each time, etc. Username Password. Routing protocols are used to decide the route of the routers and are used between the routers only.