I don't see the point of these details. Documenting every behaviour makes the manual page hard to read.
> Update the ifconfig(8) man page to state that the wpa option is > implied when the wpaakms option is set. > > Changed in ifconfig.c revision 1.354. > > Index: ifconfig.8 > =================================================================== > RCS file: /cvs/src/sbin/ifconfig/ifconfig.8,v > retrieving revision 1.292 > diff -u -p -u -p -r1.292 ifconfig.8 > --- ifconfig.8 16 Jan 2018 10:33:55 -0000 1.292 > +++ ifconfig.8 5 Feb 2018 01:07:30 -0000 > @@ -963,13 +963,20 @@ In Host AP mode, this will dump the list > Enable Wi-Fi Protected Access. > WPA is a Wi-Fi Alliance protocol based on the IEEE 802.11i standard. > It was designed to enhance the security of wireless networks. > +Setting the > +.Cm wpaakms > +option implies enable WPA. > Notice that not all drivers support WPA. > Check the driver's manual page to know if this option is supported. > .It Cm -wpa > Disable Wi-Fi Protected Access. > .It Cm wpaakms Ar akm,akm,... > Set the comma-separated list of allowed authentication and key management > -protocols. > +protocols. The > +.Cm wpa > +option is implied and is not required when the > +.Cm wpaakms > +option is set. > .Pp > The supported values are > .Dq psk >