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How to do self-certification for router device?

asked 2015-07-09 01:48:07 -0700

daniel.hung gravatar image

updated 2015-07-12 19:00:33 -0700

Hi,

As I know, the way that self-certification tool detects the AllJoyn application is via a Core functionality termed as About. The target for certification is typically an Alljoyn application which can advertise itself using About announcement.

But, if we would like to validate a device with only router feature, how to perform the certification? In other words, there is no Alljoyn application running on the DUT by default. Instead, a standalone Alljoyn router daemon is running.

I see there are some gateway products with "Designed for Allseen" mark, such as LG U+ Router. I would like to know how do they pass the certification?

https://allseenalliance.org/showcase-...

Thanks, Daniel

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answered 2015-07-29 00:49:25 -0700

praveenb gravatar image

To be able to run and pass self-certification, your device needs run an AllJoyn application. If the device is not running an application, self-certification will not be able to verify any AllJoyn-related functionality.

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answered 2015-07-09 22:54:44 -0700

OscarCastaneda gravatar image

updated 2015-07-09 22:55:58 -0700

Hi, as you can find at https://wiki.allseenalliance.org/cert...

'To obtain self-certification, the device/product must implement AllJoyn Core + 1 officially supported service framework (minimum functional requirements to use the mark). '

So, if you do not support Core plus any service framework, you can not obtain Designed for AllSeen mark.

The LG product you are referring to, fulfilled the requirement above, so it was able to get the mark.

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"how to do self-certification for the device without running application?" I'm confused how to use self-certification tool for a device which only implement AllJoyn Core + 1 officially supported service framework?

daniel.hung ( 2015-07-12 19:00:08 -0700 )edit

Thank you! Praveenb. The answer is exactly what I want.

daniel.hung ( 2015-07-29 01:43:21 -0700 )edit
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