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#1 2018-Jun-28 11:22:07

TIM
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Registered: 2018-Jun-28
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802.11 Reference Design Experiments Framework Basic Service Set (BSS)

When I configure BSS

# Setup a new network with 1 AP, 1 STA
#     - Assumes that both nodes started with no default BSS
>>> n_ap.configure_bss(ssid='My Network', beacon_interval=100, channel=6, ht_capable=True)

[u]name 'n_ap' is not defined


I have tried some ways, but they did not work. Can you help me? Thank you!

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#2 2018-Jun-28 14:11:49

chunter
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From: Mango Communications
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Re: 802.11 Reference Design Experiments Framework Basic Service Set (BSS)

You'll have to be more detailed about what you've tried and how it did not work. That error just means that n_ap isn't actually defined and it isn't a valid node object. Does your script define n_ap above it that line somewhere? Here is an example of a script that creates a valid AP node object (called "node1" in this script instead of "n_ap").

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