On 20 April 2013 07:31, Rushil Paul <rushilp...@gmail.com> wrote:
> "There are various tools out but we're not aware of any good ones that work
> with 802.11 and are generally available."
>     There is a popular tool called scapy which is built on python and it
> supports all the major protocols (protocols of 802.11 too). It can be used
> to test reliability of 802.11 code against garbage data easily. We can use
> scapy for the purpose, can't we?

Sure! The interesting (!) tasks are:

* getting it glued into freebsd;
* adapting it to run a set of tests against various parts of 802.11;
* .. in an automated fashion.

That way we can run it via test scripts. :-)



Adrian
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