Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of 802.11/Usage/IBSS


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Timestamp:
Mar 22, 2016, 5:27:24 PM (5 years ago)
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welsh
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  • 802.11/Usage/IBSS

    v7 v8  
    1010== User IO ==
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    12 '''Hex Displays''': the IBSS application uses the hex displays to show the number of peer nodes it currently observes in its IBSS. Nodes can join leave an IBSS at any time, potentially without the knowledge of every other peer in the network. Each IBSS node keeps a list of all the nodes from whom it has received beacon frames or to whom it has attempted transmissions, either of which indicates potential  IBSS membership. The hex display shows the length of this list.
     12'''Hex Displays''': the IBSS application uses the hex displays to show the number of peer nodes it currently observes in its IBSS. Nodes can join leave an IBSS at any time, potentially without the knowledge of every other peer in the network. Each IBSS node keeps a list of all the nodes from whom it has received beacon frames or to whom it has attempted transmissions, either of which indicates potential  IBSS membership. The hex display shows the length of this list.  If the BSS is Null, then "'''--'''" will be displayed.
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    1414'''DIP Switch''': the IBSS uses the left-most switch to enable or disable active scan and creation of a BSS on boot. When the left switch is up the IBSS will not search for or create a new BSS on boot. The node can still be added to a BSS via wlan_exp commands.