Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of 802.11/Usage/IBSS


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Apr 27, 2015, 10:46:26 AM (7 years ago)
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  • 802.11/Usage/IBSS

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    55== Ethernet ==
    6 The IBSS uses ETH A as its source and sink for all wireless data packets. The IBSS code assumes a single Ethernet device is connected to ETH A, such as a PC or network camera. The IBSS code bridges the wired and wireless interfaces, translating between the wired device's MAC address and the WARP node's wireless MAC address. This translation will not work if multiple Ethernet devices are connected to the IBSS node's ETH A interface via a switch.
     6The IBSS uses ETH A as its source and sink for all wireless data packets. Note: ETH A defaults to using a 1Gbps speed. It will not auto-negotiate to 100 Mbps when connected to a slower Ethernet port. The IBSS code assumes a single Ethernet device is connected to ETH A, such as a PC or network camera. The IBSS code bridges the wired and wireless interfaces, translating between the wired device's MAC address and the WARP node's wireless MAC address. This translation will not work if multiple Ethernet devices are connected to the IBSS node's ETH A interface via a switch.
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    88The IBSS uses ETH B for interaction with the [wiki:../../wlan_exp experiments framework].