[PATCH] More strict when estimate whether a bss is in used
Mon Dec 16 09:30:02 PST 2013
We are using v3.10-2-0-ga29c78e
Sr. Systems Engineer
Prime Solutions, LLC
Dan.LaPointe at primeso.com
*Key People in Critical Places*
On Mon, Dec 16, 2013 at 11:27 AM, Daniel Lapointe
<dan.lapointe at primeso.com>wrote:
> We are using v3.10-2-0-ga29c78e
> Dan LaPointe
> Sr. Systems Engineer
> Prime Solutions, LLC
> Dan.LaPointe at primeso.com
> *Key People in Critical Places*
> On Mon, Dec 16, 2013 at 11:08 AM, Johannes Berg <johannes at sipsolutions.net
> > wrote:
>> On Mon, 2013-12-16 at 11:03 -0500, Daniel Lapointe wrote:
>> > This seems like it may be similar or the same to a question I posted
>> > "Question regarding BSSID table and hidden SSID" When using a hidden
>> > SSID, there are multiple entries in the BSS table for the same BSSID.
>> > One has a NULL for the SSID and the second entry contains the specific
>> > hidden SSID. Our problem is that the table value for the specific
>> > hidden SSID is never updated after the intial association. The
>> > problem that this causes is that any subsequent decisions on whether
>> > or not to roam from this AP are made based on incorrect signal
>> > strength values for the currently associated AP.
>> Which kernel version is everybody using? We made some major improvements
>> in this area in cfg80211 fairly recently.
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