[netcfg] Reduce I/O in netcfg tests

- Removed redudent test cases in the flaky test case and test
against generate_name() instead of get_stable_name()
- Added a new test for get_stable_name
- Runtime Setup: x64, fx run -k -N
  Before:
    $ fx run-test netcfg_tests -t netcfg_bin_test
    SUMMARY: Ran 1 tests: 0 failed (4.207 sec)
    $ fx run-test netcfg_tests -t netcfg_bin_test -- test_get_stable_name
    SUMMARY: Ran 1 tests: 0 failed (4.160 sec)
  After:
    $ fx run-test netcfg_tests -t netcfg_bin_test
    SUMMARY: Ran 1 tests: 0 failed (0.978 sec)
    $ fx run-test netcfg_tests -t netcfg_bin_test -- test_get_stable_name
    SUMMARY: Ran 1 tests: 0 failed (0.201 sec)

Bug: CONN-121 #done
Test: fx run-test netcfg_tests -t netcfg_bin_test
Change-Id: I8bb5f460334e5cd2fd867783232c8dc7e7daf6fd
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tree: c1150a7d74c23262ee081af435f53b5de862f0e8
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