Inopportune Testing for PT(protocol testing)

Inopportune Testing – process to verify that the device under test is able to react properly when an unexpected protocol event occurs. The event is syntactically correct, but occurs when not expected. Inopportune testing is a specific instance of negative protocol conformance testing.
An example of inopportune testing is a BYE response to a SIP INVITE. The SIP INVITE is expecting a 100 Trying response, but not a BYE response.

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