i'd love to see initial on-channel p2p support!
doing software-driven off-channel p2p support means we'd need a
channel scheduler in net80211 to switch channels, same as scanning.
(Heck, I'd even just love to see p2p support for iwn/iwm as a starting
point, as they do p2p in firmware.)
So, what are you trying to achieve?
On 26 May 2016 at 03:07, yu-jui woo <haich....@gmail.com> wrote:
> FreeBSD is completely new to me and I'm trying to do Wi-Fi Direct on FreeBSD.
> I found that in order to make P2P Discovery (Wi-Fi Direct) work, the
> first thing is to make net80211 report probe requests and make the
> adapter listen on the Listen Channel for a period. And I think
> sending/receiving action frames will be required later when trying to
> make P2P connection.
> After some survey, I found that BPF and IEEE80211_IOC_CHANNEL might be
> what I'm looking for, but wonder if there's any better way to do this.
> Would you give me some advise?
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