cyberthor wrote on July 03, 2019:
I am running AFQ MQTT test. When I unplug the network cable from my network switch, all the test items would also pass.
This is strange… I thought MQTT test is supposed to test for actual connection with the IoT Cloud? Why are all the test past even without network connection?
SarenaAtAws wrote on July 03, 2019:
Exactly which MQTT tests are you running and having concerns about?
In the latest release we have a few MQTT tests that can be run.
We have the following tests that DO NOT need the network:
All other tests DO need the network:
cyberthor wrote on July 04, 2019:
I am using AFR_v1.4.8, and running AFQ for Renesas, following developer guide v1.1.6
The MQTT test I am running is: FULL_MQTT (by setting testrunnerFULL_MQTT_ENABLED to 1)
Please advise. Thank you
SarenaAtAws wrote on July 06, 2019:
It is advised that you use the latest version of Amazon FreeRTOS for qualification. You can find instructions: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/freertos/latest/portingguide/afr-porting.html.
In regards to version 1.4.8, the tests under Full_MQTT do not connect to AWS IoT. These tests verify functionality of library code with some mocked data. These tests have been deleted in the latest version.
If you would like to test your connect to AWS IoT, you must use: