S1AP Federated Integration Test
The S1AP Integration Test only tests the AGW. The objective of the S1AP Federated Integration Test is to provide a test platform to run Magma with all of its components. That is, an end-to-end test with all components of Magma: AGW, Orc8r and FeG.
Currently, this test is in an experimental phase, so we are only testing the connectivity of AGW - Orc8r - FeG, and we are able to run an attach/detach test using the S1AP tester and our mock HSS.
As the diagram indicates, this test spins up AGW, FeG, and Orc8r
magma_trfserver as an eNb and SGi emulator to run tests.
The services will run either on Vagrant VMs or on Docker:
Running the tests
Below there are three different ways to run the tests. These will help you debug any intermediate step should the automation fail.
Automated test run
This script will
- Build AGW, Orc8r and FeG
- Start AGW, Orc8r and FeG
- Configure Orc8r with AGW and FeG
- Run connectivity tests between all three components
- Run a basic attach/detach test
To execute the script, run:
cd magma/lte/gateway fab federated_integ_test:build_all=True # to run it again, you can skip the build_all # however, if you change code in Magma, you will need to build_all again fab federated_integ_test
You can access Orc8r adding to your keychain the
you will find at
/magma/.cache/test_certs. Then you can check your
provisioned gateways using
that will be running on your Orc8r
Please, for more detail, check the following sections which provide more insight about this process.
Semiautomatic test run
Using this method, you will build the environment step by step but still using certain automation. If you want to build the environment manually instead, go to Manual build.
On your host machine, execute these commands to build, start and configure the AGW, FeG and Orc8r:
cd magma/lte/gateway/python/integ_tests/federated_tests fab build_all_and_configure
After this has run, you can check whether your gateways have been bootstrapped using the magmad logs on the AGW and FeG. The command below will try to reach Orc8r from AGW and FeG, and FeG from AGW:
cd magma/lte/gateway/python/integ_tests/federated_tests fab test_connectivity
Once it has been built, start the
cd magma/lte/gateway vagrant up magma_test vagrant up magma_trfserver
You can then run the test manually.
If you want to build the environment manually, you can carry out the following steps.
Note that commands for the AGW have to be run inside the Vagrant VM. For this reason,
all such commands include the
vagrant ssh magma command first. To leave
Vagrant, just type
exit. FeG and Orc8r will need to be run on the
host itself (no Vagrant involved).
cd magma/lte/gateway vagrant up magma vagrant ssh magma # inside vagrant vm cd magma/lte/gateway make run # exit from vagrant vm exit
cd magma/lte/gateway/python/integ_tests/federated_tests/docker docker-compose build docker-compose up -d
cd magma/orc8r/cloud/docker ./build.py -a ./run.py # return to agw folder cd magma/lte/gateway # register gateways fab --fabfile=dev_tools.py register_federated_vm fab --fabfile=dev_tools.py register_feg_gw
- Test VM:
cd magma/lte/gateway vagrant up magma_test vagrant ssh magma_test # inside vagrant vm cd magma/lte/gateway/python make # exit from vagrant vm exit
- Traffic VM:
cd magma/lte/gateway vagrant up magma_trfserver
Run test manually
Once you have built all of the VMs, you can try to run the test from the
magma_test VM. It is a simple attach-detach test:
cd magma/lte/gateway vagrant ssh magma_test # inside vagrant vm cd magma/lte/gateway/python/integ_tests make integ_test TESTS=federated_tests/s1aptests/test_attach_detach.py # once the test is done, you can exit the vagrant vm exit