hostapd listen interval = zero?
Sat Nov 22 12:32:42 PST 2008
I'm seeing something I described here:
In short: there's "traffic for you" beacons (TIM bit set), the client
wakes up, but no data is sent by the AP, and the client goes to sleep
again. I hoped this would maybe behave properly with your latest
Which piece of code is responsible for sending the buffered data after
a client wakes up? Would this be in hostapd or in the driver? Where to
look? I'm using the nl80211 driver.
2008/11/22 Jouni Malinen <j at w1.fi>:
> On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 05:54:22PM +0100, Stefan Steuerwald wrote:
>> Please see http://lists.shmoo.com/pipermail/hostap/2008-February/017366.html .
>> I still see the behaviour mentioned therein with the latest hostapd from git.
>> My iPod wants to associate with listen_interval=10, gets associated ok
>> and when I dump the hostapd state, it says 0. Please see the attached
>> hostapd log (the log has "listen_interval=10" (!), so the value seems
>> to get lost somewhere).
> Thanks for reporting this! It is now fixed (for real this time) in the
> hostapd 0.6.x Git tree.
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