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* [dts] [PATCH V1] test_plans/sriov_kvm: Add fortville support and optimize some cases
@ 2019-08-27  6:06 Zhu Tao
  2019-08-27  6:12 ` Zhu, TaoX
  2019-09-04  5:07 ` Tu, Lijuan
  0 siblings, 2 replies; 3+ messages in thread
From: Zhu Tao @ 2019-08-27  6:06 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: dts; +Cc: Zhu Tao

Adjustment for the following reasons:
    1. VLAN filter is not allowed to be set to vlan id 0 in fortville.
    2. link-mirror and pool-mirror can't coexist in fortville(hardware
       limitation).
    3. Comprehensive coverage of fortville and niantic mirror features.

Signed-off-by: Zhu Tao <taox.zhu@intel.com>
---
 test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst | 190 +++++++++++++++++------------
 1 file changed, 110 insertions(+), 80 deletions(-)

diff --git a/test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst b/test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst
index f1c17c3..f22b2ed 100644
--- a/test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst
+++ b/test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst
@@ -41,17 +41,18 @@ communications.
 The testpmd application is used to configure traffic mirroring, PF VM receive
 mode, PFUTA hash table and control traffic to a VF for inter-VM communication.
 
-The 82599 supports four separate mirroring rules, each associated with a
-destination pool. Each rule is programmed with one of the four mirroring types:
-
-1. Pool mirroring: reflect all the packets received to a pool from the network.
-2. Uplink port mirroring: reflect all the traffic received from the network.
-3. Downlink port mirroring: reflect all the traffic transmitted to the
+The Niantic and Fortville supports some separate mirroring rules, each associated with a
+destination pool. Each rule is programmed with one of the five mirroring types:
+
+1. Pool up mirroring: reflect all the packets received from the pool ingress traffic.
+2. Pool down mirroring(Fortville only): reflect all the traffic transmitted from the
+   pool.
+3. Uplink port mirroring: reflect all the traffic received from the ingress traffic.
+4. Downlink port mirroring: reflect all the traffic transmitted to the
    network.
-4. VLAN mirroring: reflect all the traffic received from the network
+5. VLAN mirroring: reflect all the traffic received from the network
    in a set of given VLANs (either from the network or from local VMs).
 
-
 Prerequisites for all 2VMs cases/Mirror 2VMs cases
 ==================================================
 
@@ -133,14 +134,14 @@ will be forwarded to VF1 and then send out::
 Send 10 packets with VF0 mac address and make sure the packets will be
 forwarded by VF1.
 
-Test Case2: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Pool mirroring
+Test Case2: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Pool up mirroring
 ===========================================================
 
 Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
 
 Add one mirror rule that will mirror VM0 income traffic to VM1::
 
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
+    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror-up 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
 
 Send 10 packets to VM0 and verify the packets has been mirrored to VM1 and
 forwarded the packet.
@@ -149,8 +150,30 @@ After test need reset mirror rule::
 
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
 
+Test Case3: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Pool down mirroring(Niantic not support)
+=====================================================================================
+
+Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
+
+Add one mirror rule that will mirror VM0 outcome traffic to VM1::
+
+    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror-down 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
+
+Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 send 32 packets, and verify the VM0
+packets has been mirrored to VM1::
+
+    VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
+    VF1 testpmd-> start
+    VF0 testpmd-> start tx_first
+
+Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since downlink mirror will mirror back the
+packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
+
+After test need reset mirror rule::
+
+    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
 
-Test Case3: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Uplink mirroring
+Test Case4: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Uplink mirroring
 =============================================================
 
 Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
@@ -166,7 +189,7 @@ After test need reset mirror rule::
 
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
 
-Test Case4: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Downlink mirroring
+Test Case5: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Downlink mirroring
 ===============================================================
 
 Run testpmd on VM0 and VM1 and start traffic forward on the VM hosts::
@@ -174,12 +197,11 @@ Run testpmd on VM0 and VM1 and start traffic forward on the VM hosts::
     VF0 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
     VF1 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
 
-
 Add one mirror rule that will mirror VM0 outcome traffic to VM1::
 
     PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 downlink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
 
-Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 send 16 packets, and verify the VM0
+Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 send 32 packets, and verify the VM0
 packets has been mirrored to VM1::
 
     VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
@@ -193,120 +215,129 @@ After test need reset mirror rule::
 
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
 
-Test Case5: Mirror Traffic between VMs with Vlan mirroring
+Test Case6: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Vlan mirroring
 ==========================================================
 
 Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
 
-Add rx vlan-id 0 on VF0, add one mirror rule that will mirror VM0 income
-traffic with specified vlan to VM1::
+Generate a random number N of 1-4095, Add rx vlan-id N on VF0, add one mirror rule
+that will mirror VM0 income traffic with specified vlan to VM1::
 
-    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add 0 port 0 vf 0x1
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 vlan-mirror 0 dst-pool 1 on
+    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add N port 0 vf 0x1
+    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 vlan-mirror n dst-pool 1 on
 
-Send 10 packets with vlan-id0/vm0 MAC to VM0 and verify the packets has been
+Send 10 packets with vlan-id N and VM0 MAC to VM0 and verify the packets has been
 mirrored to VM1 and forwarded the packet.
 
-After test need reset mirror rule::
-
-    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
-
-Test Case6: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Vlan & Pool mirroring
-==================================================================
-
-Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
-
-Add rx vlan-id 3 of VF1, and 2 mirror rules, one is VM0 income traffic to VM1,
-one is VM1 vlan income traffic to VM0::
-
-    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add 3 port 0 vf 0x2
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 1 vlan-mirror 3 dst-pool 0 on
-
-Send 2 flows one by one, first 10 packets with VM0 mac, and the second 100
-packets with VM1 vlan and mac, and verify the first 10 packets has been
-mirrored first to VM1, second 100 packets go to VM0 and the packets have been
-forwarded.
+Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since vlan downlink mirror will mirror back the
+packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
 
 After test need reset mirror rule::
 
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
-    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 1
 
-Test Case7: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Uplink & Downlink mirroring
-========================================================================
+Test Case7: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with up link mirroring & down link mirroring
+==================================================================================
 
 Run testpmd on VM0 and VM1 and start traffic forward on the VM hosts::
 
     VF0 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
     VF1 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
 
-Add 2 mirror rules that will mirror VM0 outcome and income traffic to VM1::
+When mirroring only between two Vfs, pool up (or down) mirroring and up (or down) link mirroring lead
+to the same behavior, so we randomly choose one way to mirror in both up and down directions.
+up link mirroring as below:
+   1. Pool up mirroring (Case 2)
+   2. Uplink port mirroring(Case 4)
+down link mirroring as below:
+   1. Pool down mirroring(Fortville only, Case 3)
+   2. Downlink port mirroring(Case 5)
 
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 downlink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 uplink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
+And 2 mirror rules, one is randomly selected up link mirroring, one is randomly selected
+down link mirroring(Niantic use Downlink port mirroring). The 2 mirror rules will mirroring
+VM0 income and outcome traffic to VM1.
 
-Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 first send 16 packets, and verify the
-VM0 packets has been mirrored to VM1::
+Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, Send 10 packets to VF0 with VF0 MAC,verify that all VF0
+received packets and transmitted packets will mirror to VF1, VF1 will receive 20 packets::
 
+    VF0 testpmd-> set fwd mac
+    VF0 testpmd-> start
     VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
     VF1 testpmd-> start
-    VF0 testpmd-> start tx_first
 
-Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since downlink mirror will mirror back the
+Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since vlan downlink mirror will mirror back the
 packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
 
-Send 10 packets to VF0 with VF0 MAC from ixia, verify that all VF0 received
-packets and transmitted packets will mirror to VF1::
-
-    VF0 testpmd-> stop
-    VF0 testpmd-> start
-
 After test need reset mirror rule::
 
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
+    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 1
 
-Test Case8: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Vlan & Pool & Uplink & Downlink mirroring
-======================================================================================
+Test Case8: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Vlan & with up link mirroring & down link mirroring
+=============================================================================================
 
 Run testpmd on VM0 and VM1 and start traffic forward on the VM hosts::
 
     VF0 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
     VF1 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
 
+When mirroring only between two Vfs, pool up (or down) mirroring and up (or down) link mirroring lead
+to the same behavior, so we randomly choose one way to mirror in both up and down directions.
+up link mirroring as below:
+   1. Pool up mirroring (Case 2)
+   2. Uplink port mirroring(Case 4)
+down link mirroring as below:
+   1. Pool down mirroring(Fortville only, Case 3)
+   2. Downlink port mirroring(Case 5)
 
-Add rx vlan-id 0 on VF0 and add 4 mirror rules::
+And 2 mirror rules, one is randomly selected up link mirroring, one is randomly selected
+down link mirroring(Niantic use Downlink port mirroring). The 2 mirror rules will mirroring
+VM0 income and outcome traffic to VM1.
 
-    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 1
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 downlink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 1 uplink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
-    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add 0 port 0 vf 0x2
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 2 vlan-mirror 0 dst-pool 0 on
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 3 pool-mirror 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
+Generate a random number N of 1-4095, Add rx vlan-id N and a mirror rule::
 
-Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 first send 16 packets, and verify the
-VM0 packets has been mirrored to VM1, VF1, RX, 16packets (downlink mirror)::
+    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add N port 0 vf 0x2
+    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 2 vlan-mirror N dst-pool 0 on
+
+Note: Because of Hardware limitation, downlink-mirror and pool-mirror-down cannot coexist,
+uplink-mirror and pool-mirror-up cannot coexist in Fortville.
+
+Fortville: Make sure VM0 in receive only mode::
 
     VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
     VF1 testpmd-> start
-    VF0 testpmd-> start tx_first
+    VF0 testpmd-> set fwd mac
+    VF0 testpmd-> start
 
-Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since downlink mirror will mirror back the
-packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
+Send 1 packet with VM1 vlan id N and mac, and verify that VF0 have 1 RX packet(vlan mirror),
+and VF1 have 2 RX packets(RX and down link mirror).
 
-Send 1 packet to VF0 with VF0 MAC from ixia, check if VF0 RX 1 packet and TX 1
-packet, and VF1 has 2 packets mirror from VF0(uplink mirror/downlink/pool)::
+Send 1 packet to VF0 with VF0 MAC, check if VF0 RX 1 packet and TX 1 packet,
+and VF1 has 1 packets mirror from VF0(uplink mirror) at least.
 
-    VF0 testpmd-> stop
-    VF0 testpmd-> set fwd mac
-    VF0 testpmd-> start
+Niantic add rules as below::
+
+   PF testpmd> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror-up 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
+   PF testpmd> rx_vlan add N port 0 vf 0x2
+   PF testpmd> set port 0 mirror-rule 2 vlan-mirror N dst-pool 0 on
+   PF testpmd> set port 0 mirror-rule 1 downlink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
+   PF testpmd> set port 0 mirror-rule 3 uplink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
+
+Note: don't let VF0 fwd packets since downlink vlan mirror will mirror back the
+packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
 
-Send 1 packet with VM1 vlan id and mac, and verify that VF0 have 1 RX packet, 1
-TX packet, and VF1 have 2 packets(downlink mirror)::
+Make sure VM0 in receive only mode, VM0 first send 32 packets, and verify the
+VM0 packets has been mirrored to VM1, VF1 RX 32 packets (down link mirror)::
 
-    VF0 testpmd-> stop
+    VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
+    VF1 testpmd-> start
     VF0 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
-    VF0 testpmd-> start
+    VF0 testpmd-> start tx_first
+
+Send 1 packet with VM1 vlan id N and mac, and verify that VF0 have 1 RX packet(vlan mirror).
+
+Send 1 packet to VF0 with VF0 MAC, check if VF0 RX 1 packet and TX 1 packet,
+and VF1 has 2 packets mirror from VF0(up link mirror).
 
 After test need reset mirror rule::
 
@@ -315,7 +346,6 @@ After test need reset mirror rule::
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 2
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 3
 
-
 Test Case9: Add Multi exact MAC address on VF
 =============================================
 
-- 
2.21.0.windows.1


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* Re: [dts] [PATCH V1] test_plans/sriov_kvm: Add fortville support and optimize some cases
  2019-08-27  6:06 [dts] [PATCH V1] test_plans/sriov_kvm: Add fortville support and optimize some cases Zhu Tao
@ 2019-08-27  6:12 ` Zhu, TaoX
  2019-09-04  5:07 ` Tu, Lijuan
  1 sibling, 0 replies; 3+ messages in thread
From: Zhu, TaoX @ 2019-08-27  6:12 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: dts

Tested-by:  Zhu, TaoX <taox.zhu@intel.com>


-----Original Message-----
From: Zhu, TaoX 
Sent: Tuesday, August 27, 2019 2:06 PM
To: dts@dpdk.org
Cc: Zhu, TaoX <taox.zhu@intel.com>
Subject: [dts][PATCH V1] test_plans/sriov_kvm: Add fortville support and optimize some cases

Adjustment for the following reasons:
    1. VLAN filter is not allowed to be set to vlan id 0 in fortville.
    2. link-mirror and pool-mirror can't coexist in fortville(hardware
       limitation).
    3. Comprehensive coverage of fortville and niantic mirror features.

Signed-off-by: Zhu Tao <taox.zhu@intel.com>
---
 test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst | 190 +++++++++++++++++------------
 1 file changed, 110 insertions(+), 80 deletions(-)

diff --git a/test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst b/test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst
index f1c17c3..f22b2ed 100644
--- a/test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst
+++ b/test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst
@@ -41,17 +41,18 @@ communications.
 The testpmd application is used to configure traffic mirroring, PF VM receive  mode, PFUTA hash table and control traffic to a VF for inter-VM communication.
 
-The 82599 supports four separate mirroring rules, each associated with a -destination pool. Each rule is programmed with one of the four mirroring types:
-
-1. Pool mirroring: reflect all the packets received to a pool from the network.
-2. Uplink port mirroring: reflect all the traffic received from the network.
-3. Downlink port mirroring: reflect all the traffic transmitted to the
+The Niantic and Fortville supports some separate mirroring rules, each 
+associated with a destination pool. Each rule is programmed with one of the five mirroring types:
+
+1. Pool up mirroring: reflect all the packets received from the pool ingress traffic.
+2. Pool down mirroring(Fortville only): reflect all the traffic transmitted from the
+   pool.
+3. Uplink port mirroring: reflect all the traffic received from the ingress traffic.
+4. Downlink port mirroring: reflect all the traffic transmitted to the
    network.
-4. VLAN mirroring: reflect all the traffic received from the network
+5. VLAN mirroring: reflect all the traffic received from the network
    in a set of given VLANs (either from the network or from local VMs).
 
-
 Prerequisites for all 2VMs cases/Mirror 2VMs cases  ==================================================
 
@@ -133,14 +134,14 @@ will be forwarded to VF1 and then send out::
 Send 10 packets with VF0 mac address and make sure the packets will be  forwarded by VF1.
 
-Test Case2: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Pool mirroring
+Test Case2: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Pool up mirroring
 ===========================================================
 
 Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
 
 Add one mirror rule that will mirror VM0 income traffic to VM1::
 
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
+    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror-up 0x1 dst-pool 1 
+ on
 
 Send 10 packets to VM0 and verify the packets has been mirrored to VM1 and  forwarded the packet.
@@ -149,8 +150,30 @@ After test need reset mirror rule::
 
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
 
+Test Case3: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Pool down 
+mirroring(Niantic not support) 
+=======================================================================
+==============
+
+Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
+
+Add one mirror rule that will mirror VM0 outcome traffic to VM1::
+
+    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror-down 0x1 dst-pool 
+ 1 on
+
+Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 send 32 packets, and verify the 
+VM0 packets has been mirrored to VM1::
+
+    VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
+    VF1 testpmd-> start
+    VF0 testpmd-> start tx_first
+
+Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since downlink mirror will mirror back 
+the packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
+
+After test need reset mirror rule::
+
+    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
 
-Test Case3: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Uplink mirroring
+Test Case4: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Uplink mirroring
 =============================================================
 
 Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
@@ -166,7 +189,7 @@ After test need reset mirror rule::
 
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
 
-Test Case4: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Downlink mirroring
+Test Case5: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Downlink mirroring
 ===============================================================
 
 Run testpmd on VM0 and VM1 and start traffic forward on the VM hosts::
@@ -174,12 +197,11 @@ Run testpmd on VM0 and VM1 and start traffic forward on the VM hosts::
     VF0 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
     VF1 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
 
-
 Add one mirror rule that will mirror VM0 outcome traffic to VM1::
 
     PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 downlink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
 
-Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 send 16 packets, and verify the VM0
+Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 send 32 packets, and verify the 
+VM0
 packets has been mirrored to VM1::
 
     VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
@@ -193,120 +215,129 @@ After test need reset mirror rule::
 
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
 
-Test Case5: Mirror Traffic between VMs with Vlan mirroring
+Test Case6: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Vlan mirroring
 ==========================================================
 
 Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
 
-Add rx vlan-id 0 on VF0, add one mirror rule that will mirror VM0 income -traffic with specified vlan to VM1::
+Generate a random number N of 1-4095, Add rx vlan-id N on VF0, add one 
+mirror rule that will mirror VM0 income traffic with specified vlan to VM1::
 
-    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add 0 port 0 vf 0x1
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 vlan-mirror 0 dst-pool 1 on
+    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add N port 0 vf 0x1
+    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 vlan-mirror n dst-pool 1 on
 
-Send 10 packets with vlan-id0/vm0 MAC to VM0 and verify the packets has been
+Send 10 packets with vlan-id N and VM0 MAC to VM0 and verify the 
+packets has been
 mirrored to VM1 and forwarded the packet.
 
-After test need reset mirror rule::
-
-    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
-
-Test Case6: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Vlan & Pool mirroring -==================================================================
-
-Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
-
-Add rx vlan-id 3 of VF1, and 2 mirror rules, one is VM0 income traffic to VM1, -one is VM1 vlan income traffic to VM0::
-
-    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add 3 port 0 vf 0x2
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 1 vlan-mirror 3 dst-pool 0 on
-
-Send 2 flows one by one, first 10 packets with VM0 mac, and the second 100 -packets with VM1 vlan and mac, and verify the first 10 packets has been -mirrored first to VM1, second 100 packets go to VM0 and the packets have been -forwarded.
+Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since vlan downlink mirror will mirror 
+back the packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
 
 After test need reset mirror rule::
 
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
-    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 1
 
-Test Case7: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Uplink & Downlink mirroring -========================================================================
+Test Case7: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with up link mirroring & down 
+link mirroring 
+=======================================================================
+===========
 
 Run testpmd on VM0 and VM1 and start traffic forward on the VM hosts::
 
     VF0 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
     VF1 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
 
-Add 2 mirror rules that will mirror VM0 outcome and income traffic to VM1::
+When mirroring only between two Vfs, pool up (or down) mirroring and up 
+(or down) link mirroring lead to the same behavior, so we randomly choose one way to mirror in both up and down directions.
+up link mirroring as below:
+   1. Pool up mirroring (Case 2)
+   2. Uplink port mirroring(Case 4)
+down link mirroring as below:
+   1. Pool down mirroring(Fortville only, Case 3)
+   2. Downlink port mirroring(Case 5)
 
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 downlink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 uplink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
+And 2 mirror rules, one is randomly selected up link mirroring, one is 
+randomly selected down link mirroring(Niantic use Downlink port 
+mirroring). The 2 mirror rules will mirroring
+VM0 income and outcome traffic to VM1.
 
-Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 first send 16 packets, and verify the
-VM0 packets has been mirrored to VM1::
+Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, Send 10 packets to VF0 with VF0 
+MAC,verify that all VF0 received packets and transmitted packets will mirror to VF1, VF1 will receive 20 packets::
 
+    VF0 testpmd-> set fwd mac
+    VF0 testpmd-> start
     VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
     VF1 testpmd-> start
-    VF0 testpmd-> start tx_first
 
-Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since downlink mirror will mirror back the
+Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since vlan downlink mirror will mirror 
+back the
 packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
 
-Send 10 packets to VF0 with VF0 MAC from ixia, verify that all VF0 received -packets and transmitted packets will mirror to VF1::
-
-    VF0 testpmd-> stop
-    VF0 testpmd-> start
-
 After test need reset mirror rule::
 
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
+    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 1
 
-Test Case8: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Vlan & Pool & Uplink & Downlink mirroring -======================================================================================
+Test Case8: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Vlan & with up link 
+mirroring & down link mirroring 
+=======================================================================
+======================
 
 Run testpmd on VM0 and VM1 and start traffic forward on the VM hosts::
 
     VF0 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
     VF1 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
 
+When mirroring only between two Vfs, pool up (or down) mirroring and up 
+(or down) link mirroring lead to the same behavior, so we randomly choose one way to mirror in both up and down directions.
+up link mirroring as below:
+   1. Pool up mirroring (Case 2)
+   2. Uplink port mirroring(Case 4)
+down link mirroring as below:
+   1. Pool down mirroring(Fortville only, Case 3)
+   2. Downlink port mirroring(Case 5)
 
-Add rx vlan-id 0 on VF0 and add 4 mirror rules::
+And 2 mirror rules, one is randomly selected up link mirroring, one is 
+randomly selected down link mirroring(Niantic use Downlink port 
+mirroring). The 2 mirror rules will mirroring
+VM0 income and outcome traffic to VM1.
 
-    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 1
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 downlink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 1 uplink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
-    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add 0 port 0 vf 0x2
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 2 vlan-mirror 0 dst-pool 0 on
-    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 3 pool-mirror 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
+Generate a random number N of 1-4095, Add rx vlan-id N and a mirror rule::
 
-Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 first send 16 packets, and verify the
-VM0 packets has been mirrored to VM1, VF1, RX, 16packets (downlink mirror)::
+    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add N port 0 vf 0x2
+    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 2 vlan-mirror N dst-pool 0 on
+
+Note: Because of Hardware limitation, downlink-mirror and 
+pool-mirror-down cannot coexist, uplink-mirror and pool-mirror-up cannot coexist in Fortville.
+
+Fortville: Make sure VM0 in receive only mode::
 
     VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
     VF1 testpmd-> start
-    VF0 testpmd-> start tx_first
+    VF0 testpmd-> set fwd mac
+    VF0 testpmd-> start
 
-Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since downlink mirror will mirror back the -packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
+Send 1 packet with VM1 vlan id N and mac, and verify that VF0 have 1 RX 
+packet(vlan mirror), and VF1 have 2 RX packets(RX and down link mirror).
 
-Send 1 packet to VF0 with VF0 MAC from ixia, check if VF0 RX 1 packet and TX 1 -packet, and VF1 has 2 packets mirror from VF0(uplink mirror/downlink/pool)::
+Send 1 packet to VF0 with VF0 MAC, check if VF0 RX 1 packet and TX 1 
+packet, and VF1 has 1 packets mirror from VF0(uplink mirror) at least.
 
-    VF0 testpmd-> stop
-    VF0 testpmd-> set fwd mac
-    VF0 testpmd-> start
+Niantic add rules as below::
+
+   PF testpmd> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror-up 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
+   PF testpmd> rx_vlan add N port 0 vf 0x2
+   PF testpmd> set port 0 mirror-rule 2 vlan-mirror N dst-pool 0 on
+   PF testpmd> set port 0 mirror-rule 1 downlink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
+   PF testpmd> set port 0 mirror-rule 3 uplink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
+
+Note: don't let VF0 fwd packets since downlink vlan mirror will mirror 
+back the packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
 
-Send 1 packet with VM1 vlan id and mac, and verify that VF0 have 1 RX packet, 1 -TX packet, and VF1 have 2 packets(downlink mirror)::
+Make sure VM0 in receive only mode, VM0 first send 32 packets, and 
+verify the
+VM0 packets has been mirrored to VM1, VF1 RX 32 packets (down link mirror)::
 
-    VF0 testpmd-> stop
+    VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
+    VF1 testpmd-> start
     VF0 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
-    VF0 testpmd-> start
+    VF0 testpmd-> start tx_first
+
+Send 1 packet with VM1 vlan id N and mac, and verify that VF0 have 1 RX packet(vlan mirror).
+
+Send 1 packet to VF0 with VF0 MAC, check if VF0 RX 1 packet and TX 1 
+packet, and VF1 has 2 packets mirror from VF0(up link mirror).
 
 After test need reset mirror rule::
 
@@ -315,7 +346,6 @@ After test need reset mirror rule::
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 2
     PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 3
 
-
 Test Case9: Add Multi exact MAC address on VF  =============================================
 
--
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* Re: [dts] [PATCH V1] test_plans/sriov_kvm: Add fortville support and optimize some cases
  2019-08-27  6:06 [dts] [PATCH V1] test_plans/sriov_kvm: Add fortville support and optimize some cases Zhu Tao
  2019-08-27  6:12 ` Zhu, TaoX
@ 2019-09-04  5:07 ` Tu, Lijuan
  1 sibling, 0 replies; 3+ messages in thread
From: Tu, Lijuan @ 2019-09-04  5:07 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Zhu, TaoX, dts; +Cc: Zhu, TaoX

Applied, thanks

> -----Original Message-----
> From: dts [mailto:dts-bounces@dpdk.org] On Behalf Of Zhu Tao
> Sent: Tuesday, August 27, 2019 2:06 PM
> To: dts@dpdk.org
> Cc: Zhu, TaoX <taox.zhu@intel.com>
> Subject: [dts] [PATCH V1] test_plans/sriov_kvm: Add fortville support and
> optimize some cases
> 
> Adjustment for the following reasons:
>     1. VLAN filter is not allowed to be set to vlan id 0 in fortville.
>     2. link-mirror and pool-mirror can't coexist in fortville(hardware
>        limitation).
>     3. Comprehensive coverage of fortville and niantic mirror features.
> 
> Signed-off-by: Zhu Tao <taox.zhu@intel.com>
> ---
>  test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst | 190 +++++++++++++++++------------
>  1 file changed, 110 insertions(+), 80 deletions(-)
> 
> diff --git a/test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst
> b/test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst
> index f1c17c3..f22b2ed 100644
> --- a/test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst
> +++ b/test_plans/sriov_kvm_test_plan.rst
> @@ -41,17 +41,18 @@ communications.
>  The testpmd application is used to configure traffic mirroring, PF VM receive
> mode, PFUTA hash table and control traffic to a VF for inter-VM
> communication.
> 
> -The 82599 supports four separate mirroring rules, each associated with a -
> destination pool. Each rule is programmed with one of the four mirroring
> types:
> -
> -1. Pool mirroring: reflect all the packets received to a pool from the network.
> -2. Uplink port mirroring: reflect all the traffic received from the network.
> -3. Downlink port mirroring: reflect all the traffic transmitted to the
> +The Niantic and Fortville supports some separate mirroring rules, each
> +associated with a destination pool. Each rule is programmed with one of
> the five mirroring types:
> +
> +1. Pool up mirroring: reflect all the packets received from the pool ingress
> traffic.
> +2. Pool down mirroring(Fortville only): reflect all the traffic transmitted
> from the
> +   pool.
> +3. Uplink port mirroring: reflect all the traffic received from the ingress
> traffic.
> +4. Downlink port mirroring: reflect all the traffic transmitted to the
>     network.
> -4. VLAN mirroring: reflect all the traffic received from the network
> +5. VLAN mirroring: reflect all the traffic received from the network
>     in a set of given VLANs (either from the network or from local VMs).
> 
> -
>  Prerequisites for all 2VMs cases/Mirror 2VMs cases
> ==================================================
> 
> @@ -133,14 +134,14 @@ will be forwarded to VF1 and then send out::
>  Send 10 packets with VF0 mac address and make sure the packets will be
> forwarded by VF1.
> 
> -Test Case2: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Pool mirroring
> +Test Case2: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Pool up mirroring
>  ===========================================================
> 
>  Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
> 
>  Add one mirror rule that will mirror VM0 income traffic to VM1::
> 
> -    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
> +    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror-up 0x1 dst-pool 1
> + on
> 
>  Send 10 packets to VM0 and verify the packets has been mirrored to VM1
> and  forwarded the packet.
> @@ -149,8 +150,30 @@ After test need reset mirror rule::
> 
>      PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
> 
> +Test Case3: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Pool down
> +mirroring(Niantic not support)
> +===============================================================
> ========
> +==============
> +
> +Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
> +
> +Add one mirror rule that will mirror VM0 outcome traffic to VM1::
> +
> +    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror-down 0x1 dst-pool
> + 1 on
> +
> +Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 send 32 packets, and verify the
> +VM0 packets has been mirrored to VM1::
> +
> +    VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
> +    VF1 testpmd-> start
> +    VF0 testpmd-> start tx_first
> +
> +Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since downlink mirror will mirror back
> +the packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
> +
> +After test need reset mirror rule::
> +
> +    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
> 
> -Test Case3: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Uplink mirroring
> +Test Case4: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Uplink mirroring
>  =============================================================
> 
>  Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
> @@ -166,7 +189,7 @@ After test need reset mirror rule::
> 
>      PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
> 
> -Test Case4: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Downlink mirroring
> +Test Case5: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Downlink mirroring
>  ===============================================================
> 
>  Run testpmd on VM0 and VM1 and start traffic forward on the VM hosts::
> @@ -174,12 +197,11 @@ Run testpmd on VM0 and VM1 and start traffic
> forward on the VM hosts::
>      VF0 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
>      VF1 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
> 
> -
>  Add one mirror rule that will mirror VM0 outcome traffic to VM1::
> 
>      PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 downlink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
> 
> -Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 send 16 packets, and verify the
> VM0
> +Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 send 32 packets, and verify the
> +VM0
>  packets has been mirrored to VM1::
> 
>      VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
> @@ -193,120 +215,129 @@ After test need reset mirror rule::
> 
>      PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
> 
> -Test Case5: Mirror Traffic between VMs with Vlan mirroring
> +Test Case6: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Vlan mirroring
>  ==========================================================
> 
>  Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
> 
> -Add rx vlan-id 0 on VF0, add one mirror rule that will mirror VM0 income -
> traffic with specified vlan to VM1::
> +Generate a random number N of 1-4095, Add rx vlan-id N on VF0, add one
> +mirror rule that will mirror VM0 income traffic with specified vlan to VM1::
> 
> -    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add 0 port 0 vf 0x1
> -    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 vlan-mirror 0 dst-pool 1 on
> +    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add N port 0 vf 0x1
> +    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 vlan-mirror n dst-pool 1 on
> 
> -Send 10 packets with vlan-id0/vm0 MAC to VM0 and verify the packets has
> been
> +Send 10 packets with vlan-id N and VM0 MAC to VM0 and verify the
> +packets has been
>  mirrored to VM1 and forwarded the packet.
> 
> -After test need reset mirror rule::
> -
> -    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
> -
> -Test Case6: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Vlan & Pool mirroring -
> ================================================================
> ==
> -
> -Set up common 2VM prerequisites.
> -
> -Add rx vlan-id 3 of VF1, and 2 mirror rules, one is VM0 income traffic to VM1,
> -one is VM1 vlan income traffic to VM0::
> -
> -    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add 3 port 0 vf 0x2
> -    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
> -    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 1 vlan-mirror 3 dst-pool 0 on
> -
> -Send 2 flows one by one, first 10 packets with VM0 mac, and the second 100
> -packets with VM1 vlan and mac, and verify the first 10 packets has been -
> mirrored first to VM1, second 100 packets go to VM0 and the packets have
> been -forwarded.
> +Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since vlan downlink mirror will mirror
> +back the packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
> 
>  After test need reset mirror rule::
> 
>      PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
> -    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 1
> 
> -Test Case7: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Uplink & Downlink mirroring -
> ================================================================
> ========
> +Test Case7: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with up link mirroring & down
> +link mirroring
> +===============================================================
> ========
> +===========
> 
>  Run testpmd on VM0 and VM1 and start traffic forward on the VM hosts::
> 
>      VF0 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
>      VF1 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
> 
> -Add 2 mirror rules that will mirror VM0 outcome and income traffic to VM1::
> +When mirroring only between two Vfs, pool up (or down) mirroring and up
> +(or down) link mirroring lead to the same behavior, so we randomly choose
> one way to mirror in both up and down directions.
> +up link mirroring as below:
> +   1. Pool up mirroring (Case 2)
> +   2. Uplink port mirroring(Case 4)
> +down link mirroring as below:
> +   1. Pool down mirroring(Fortville only, Case 3)
> +   2. Downlink port mirroring(Case 5)
> 
> -    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 downlink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
> -    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 uplink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
> +And 2 mirror rules, one is randomly selected up link mirroring, one is
> +randomly selected down link mirroring(Niantic use Downlink port
> +mirroring). The 2 mirror rules will mirroring
> +VM0 income and outcome traffic to VM1.
> 
> -Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 first send 16 packets, and verify
> the
> -VM0 packets has been mirrored to VM1::
> +Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, Send 10 packets to VF0 with VF0
> +MAC,verify that all VF0 received packets and transmitted packets will mirror
> to VF1, VF1 will receive 20 packets::
> 
> +    VF0 testpmd-> set fwd mac
> +    VF0 testpmd-> start
>      VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
>      VF1 testpmd-> start
> -    VF0 testpmd-> start tx_first
> 
> -Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since downlink mirror will mirror back the
> +Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since vlan downlink mirror will mirror
> +back the
>  packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
> 
> -Send 10 packets to VF0 with VF0 MAC from ixia, verify that all VF0 received -
> packets and transmitted packets will mirror to VF1::
> -
> -    VF0 testpmd-> stop
> -    VF0 testpmd-> start
> -
>  After test need reset mirror rule::
> 
>      PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 0
> +    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 1
> 
> -Test Case8: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Vlan & Pool & Uplink &
> Downlink mirroring -
> ================================================================
> ======================
> +Test Case8: Mirror Traffic between 2VMs with Vlan & with up link
> +mirroring & down link mirroring
> +===============================================================
> ========
> +======================
> 
>  Run testpmd on VM0 and VM1 and start traffic forward on the VM hosts::
> 
>      VF0 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
>      VF1 ./x86_64-default-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -c f -n 4 --  -i
> 
> +When mirroring only between two Vfs, pool up (or down) mirroring and up
> +(or down) link mirroring lead to the same behavior, so we randomly choose
> one way to mirror in both up and down directions.
> +up link mirroring as below:
> +   1. Pool up mirroring (Case 2)
> +   2. Uplink port mirroring(Case 4)
> +down link mirroring as below:
> +   1. Pool down mirroring(Fortville only, Case 3)
> +   2. Downlink port mirroring(Case 5)
> 
> -Add rx vlan-id 0 on VF0 and add 4 mirror rules::
> +And 2 mirror rules, one is randomly selected up link mirroring, one is
> +randomly selected down link mirroring(Niantic use Downlink port
> +mirroring). The 2 mirror rules will mirroring
> +VM0 income and outcome traffic to VM1.
> 
> -    PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 1
> -    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 downlink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
> -    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 1 uplink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
> -    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add 0 port 0 vf 0x2
> -    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 2 vlan-mirror 0 dst-pool 0 on
> -    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 3 pool-mirror 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
> +Generate a random number N of 1-4095, Add rx vlan-id N and a mirror rule::
> 
> -Make sure VM1 in receive only mode, VM0 first send 16 packets, and verify
> the
> -VM0 packets has been mirrored to VM1, VF1, RX, 16packets (downlink
> mirror)::
> +    PF testpmd-> rx_vlan add N port 0 vf 0x2
> +    PF testpmd-> set port 0 mirror-rule 2 vlan-mirror N dst-pool 0 on
> +
> +Note: Because of Hardware limitation, downlink-mirror and
> +pool-mirror-down cannot coexist, uplink-mirror and pool-mirror-up cannot
> coexist in Fortville.
> +
> +Fortville: Make sure VM0 in receive only mode::
> 
>      VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
>      VF1 testpmd-> start
> -    VF0 testpmd-> start tx_first
> +    VF0 testpmd-> set fwd mac
> +    VF0 testpmd-> start
> 
> -Note: don't let VF1 fwd packets since downlink mirror will mirror back the -
> packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
> +Send 1 packet with VM1 vlan id N and mac, and verify that VF0 have 1 RX
> +packet(vlan mirror), and VF1 have 2 RX packets(RX and down link mirror).
> 
> -Send 1 packet to VF0 with VF0 MAC from ixia, check if VF0 RX 1 packet and
> TX 1 -packet, and VF1 has 2 packets mirror from VF0(uplink
> mirror/downlink/pool)::
> +Send 1 packet to VF0 with VF0 MAC, check if VF0 RX 1 packet and TX 1
> +packet, and VF1 has 1 packets mirror from VF0(uplink mirror) at least.
> 
> -    VF0 testpmd-> stop
> -    VF0 testpmd-> set fwd mac
> -    VF0 testpmd-> start
> +Niantic add rules as below::
> +
> +   PF testpmd> set port 0 mirror-rule 0 pool-mirror-up 0x1 dst-pool 1 on
> +   PF testpmd> rx_vlan add N port 0 vf 0x2
> +   PF testpmd> set port 0 mirror-rule 2 vlan-mirror N dst-pool 0 on
> +   PF testpmd> set port 0 mirror-rule 1 downlink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
> +   PF testpmd> set port 0 mirror-rule 3 uplink-mirror dst-pool 1 on
> +
> +Note: don't let VF0 fwd packets since downlink vlan mirror will mirror
> +back the packets to received packets, which will be an infinite loop.
> 
> -Send 1 packet with VM1 vlan id and mac, and verify that VF0 have 1 RX
> packet, 1 -TX packet, and VF1 have 2 packets(downlink mirror)::
> +Make sure VM0 in receive only mode, VM0 first send 32 packets, and
> +verify the
> +VM0 packets has been mirrored to VM1, VF1 RX 32 packets (down link
> mirror)::
> 
> -    VF0 testpmd-> stop
> +    VF1 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
> +    VF1 testpmd-> start
>      VF0 testpmd-> set fwd rxonly
> -    VF0 testpmd-> start
> +    VF0 testpmd-> start tx_first
> +
> +Send 1 packet with VM1 vlan id N and mac, and verify that VF0 have 1 RX
> packet(vlan mirror).
> +
> +Send 1 packet to VF0 with VF0 MAC, check if VF0 RX 1 packet and TX 1
> +packet, and VF1 has 2 packets mirror from VF0(up link mirror).
> 
>  After test need reset mirror rule::
> 
> @@ -315,7 +346,6 @@ After test need reset mirror rule::
>      PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 2
>      PF testpmd-> reset port 0 mirror-rule 3
> 
> -
>  Test Case9: Add Multi exact MAC address on VF
> =============================================
> 
> --
> 2.21.0.windows.1


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