Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of 802.11/Usage/STA


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Timestamp:
Mar 22, 2016, 5:27:33 PM (6 years ago)
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welsh
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  • 802.11/Usage/STA

    v4 v5  
    1111== User IO ==
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    13 '''Hex Displays''': the STA uses the hex displays to show the node's current association ID (AID) as assigned by the AP during the association handshake. The displays will change in real time as the station joins and leaves networks. The displays will show 00 when the STA is not associated with an AP (0 is not a valid AID).
     13'''Hex Displays''': the STA uses the hex displays to show the node's current association ID (AID) as assigned by the AP during the association handshake. The displays will change in real time as the station joins and leaves networks. The displays will show 0 when the STA is not associated with an AP (0 is not a valid AID).  If the BSS is Null, then "'''--'''" will be displayed.
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    15 '''DIP Switch''': the STA uses the left-most switch to enable or disable active scan for wireless networks on at boot. When the switch is up the STA will not attempt to join the default SSID at boot. The STA can still be associated with an AP via wlan_exp commands. This mode is very useful for running experiments with networks of WARP nodes (some AP, some STA) without allowing associations from non-WARP devices.
     15'''DIP Switch''': the STA uses the left-most switch to enable or disable active scan for wireless networks on at boot. When the switch is up the STA will not attempt to join the default SSID at boot. The STA can still be associated with an AP via wlan_exp commands.
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    1717== UART ==