Annex a: implementation conformity statement



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ANNEX A: IMPLEMENTATION CONFORMITY STATEMENT


  1. Introduction

The tables in this Annex comprise the Implementation Conformity Statement (ICS) pro-forma for FMTP systems. The ICS, when accurately completed, facilitates an assessment of whether the subject FMTP system conforms to the requirements of this EUROCONTROL Specification. Comparing the completed ICS of two FMTP implementations gives an initial indication of whether the two systems will be capable of interoperating.

  1. Conformity Overview

Table A.1: Identification

Supplier





Contact point for queries about this Conformity Statement





Implementation name/version





Machine name/version





Operating system name/version





Other hardware and operating systems claimed





System name (if applicable)





Date of statement





Have all the mandatory items of this specification been implemented?

Yes 


NOTE - Failure to respond 'Yes' to this question indicates a failure of conformity

  1. Dynamic Conformity Requirements

Table A.2: Dynamic Conformity Requirements

Are local implementation identification values configurable?

Yes 

Are remote implementation identification values configurable?

Yes 

Can the implementation identify different identification values for co-hosted MT-Users?

Yes  N/A 

Are the TCP port values to service incoming connection establishments configurable?

Yes 

Is the implementation IP version independent?

Yes  N/A 

Are the IP addresses of local and remote implementations configurable?

Yes 

Are user message sizes up to and including 10 240 octets supported?

Yes 

NOTE - Failure to respond to all of these questions indicates a failure of conformity

  1. Upper Layer Requirements

Table A.3: User Data

Is the character set of user data restricted to those of ISO 10646 Basic Latin?

Yes 

Are characters encoded according to ISO 10646 Annex D?

Yes 

NOTE - Failure to respond to all of these questions indicates a failure of conformity


Table A.4: Message Transfer Protocol

Are the establishment of outgoing FMTP connections and FMTP Associations described in this specification supported?

Yes 

Are the establishment of incoming FMTP connections and FMTP Associations described in this specification supported?

Yes 

Are simultaneous FMTP Associations, as described in this specification supported?

Yes  No 

If YES maximum number of simultaneous FMTP Associations: …



Is the establishment of more than one FMTP connection between the same FMTP entity peers prohibited?

Yes 

Are operator messages supported?

Yes  No 

NOTE - Failure to respond to all of these questions indicates a failure of conformity

  1. Lower Layer Requirements

Table A.5: Transport Layer

Does the TCP implementation comply with RFC 1122, section 4.2?

Yes 

Are simultaneous FMTP connections with different peers supported?

Yes  No 

If YES maximum number of simultaneous FMTP connections: …



Is TCP port 8500 reserved to service incoming operational connections?

Yes 

Can alternative TCP ports be reserved to serve other purposes, e.g. test connections?

Yes  No 

Does the bit-order of transmitted user data comply to big-endian systems?

Yes 

Does the bit-order of received user data comply to big-endian systems?

Yes 

Can a TCP keep-alive mechanism be enabled for associations with a given remote implementation?

Yes  No 

NOTE - Failure to respond to all of these questions indicates a failure of conformity


Table A.6: Network Layer

Does the IP implementation comply with RFC 2460?

Yes 

Are remote IP addresses validated during connection establishment?

Yes 

Can several IP addresses be assigned for a given remote implementation?

Yes  No 

Can the flow label be set?

Yes  No 

If YES, default value: ....



Are Differentiated Services enabled?

Yes  No 

If YES, default Traffic Class value: ....



NOTE - Failure to respond to all of these questions indicates a failure of conformity


Table A.7: Data Link Layer

Does the IP implementation comply with RFC 1122, section 2?

Yes 

NOTE - Failure to respond to all of these questions indicates a failure of conformity






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