> respectfully, the behaviour of the "wifi" command is one of the most
> obtuse parts of openwrt's tooling.  It does "something" with no
> command output, and responds ~instantly.    This is expected
> behaviour for very few people.  even "wifi asdfasdfa" returns
> ~instantly, with no warning that it is an unknown command.  Does the
> command perhaps not take arguments?  What would they be?

The (implicit) default command could be explicitly spelled out as "wifi
apply" or similar, mentioned in the usage and called when no argument is

Is that what you were thinking?

~ Jo

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