How to do unit testing in mvc with http object

I have a controller

  public ActionResult Index()
        {
       
 
            var userName = UserService.CurrentUserName;
       
           
            var queue = _queueService.GetAllQueueData(userName);

     
            return View(queue);
        }
A testmethod for above is

 [TestMethod()]
        public void IndexShouldReturnMyQueue()
        {
                   
            var mockQueueService = new MockQueueServiceMyQueue();
            QueueController controller = new QueueController(mockQueueService);
           
            ViewResult result = controller.Index() as ViewResult;
     
            Assert.AreEqual("Index", result.ViewName);
     
            Assert.AreEqual(result.Model.GetType(), typeof(Queue));
         
        }

how to mock up httpcontext
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IgorNedCommented:
Use RhinoMocks or Moq

Using RhinoMocks:
var httpContext = MockRepository.GenerateMock<HttpContextBase>(); 

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praveen7kAuthor Commented:
we are not using any other frameworks....

I am looking for without any mock or rhino or any other
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IgorNedCommented:
Check out this article then:
Mocking HttpContext for MVC route testing
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