On Mon, 2016-10-03 at 13:14 +0200, Michael Braun wrote:
> When using WPA security, the station and thus the required key is
> identified by its mac address when packets are received. So a
> station usually cannot spoof its source mac address.
> But when a station sends an A-MSDU frame, port control and crypto
> is done using the outer mac address, while the packets delivered
> and forwarded use the inner mac address.
> This might affect ARP/IP filtering on the AccessPoint.
> IEEE 802.11-2012 mandates that the outer source mac address should
> match the inner source address (section 188.8.131.52). For the destination
> mac address, matching is not required, as a wifi client may send all
> its traffic to the AP in order to have it forwarded.
This doesn't apply over my series now, so I'm dropping it - I have the
bare minimum mwifiex changes to let it compile, but no additional
Marvell folks: take note, you'll want to have these checks in your
driver, so need to pass the right check_da/check_sa arguments
(depending on the interface type) to the function. See