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Testing, benchmarking and diagnostics for IP & Carrier Ethernet during network service design using SAMTEST

Comprehensive Service Verification, Equipment Validation and Compliance Testing during Service Design

Telco service design teams typically need to perform the following tasks when validating service design.

  • Network equipment validation for real world traffic and SLAs
  • Network benchmarking, stability and scalability testing
  • Validation of service definitions and optimizing equipment configuration
  • Service compliance testing
  • Regression testing after upgrades to network elements

SAMTEST has been designed keeping these tasks in view and delivers substantial reduction in time and effort in performing these tasks with ease.

SAMTEST supports a full range of automated test libraries for:

  • IP and Carrier Ethernet and testing based on ITU-T Y.1564 and RFC 2544 methodologies
  • CE 2.0 Carrier Ethernet testing based on MEF CE 2.0 for comprehensive service verification including service attributes and bandwidth profile (as per MEF 10.2) and SLAs.
  • TCP benchmarking (RFC 6349), UDP benchmarking
  • HTTP, VoIP and video on demand (VoD) testing

SAMTEST enables you to thoroughly test the equipment and network and ensure that there are no surprises in the field. Also, when changes and upgrades to networks are needed, SAMTEST helps ensure that the service attributes and SLAs are intact.

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Figure 1: Verification for RFC 2544 / Y.1564 / CE 2.0

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Figure 2: Benchmarking tests for wireless front-haul

IP and Ethernet service design testing using Veryx SAMTEST - Introduction
IP and Ethernet service design testing using Veryx SAMTEST - Service feasibility test
IP and Ethernet service design testing using Veryx SAMTEST - Service configuration
IP and Ethernet service design testing using Veryx SAMTEST - Compliance testing
IP & Ethernet service design testing using Veryx SAMTEST - for Devices & Networks