PATCH : consider the case of one interface per radio
ilan.peer at intel.com
Tue Dec 22 09:07:10 PST 2015
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ben Abdessalem, AmrX
> Sent: Tuesday, December 22, 2015 18:44
> To: Peer, Ilan; hostap at lists.infradead.org
> Subject: RE: PATCH : consider the case of one interface per radio
> The faced issue was in this case : the wifi chip uses interface per radio, wlan0
> interface is connected to an AP, (so we do have a shared freq), after that if we
> try to do a P2P connection (so it will be on another radio) a check for shared
> frequency would be done (so we can use the same STA freq for P2P if we run
> best channel algorithm for P2P during the connection) but it returns any
> shared freq, since it will check just on the radio of P2P interface, I tested it
This sounds expected. The question is why would you have any constraints to
use the same channel on the P2P interface as the one used by wlan0 interface
on a different radio? It would even be beneficial to use a different channel in
such a case to avoid interference between the interfaces.
> with multi radio chip / single radio, and it seems to me that it worked well,
> with mcc=1, I think we will use the P2P GO freq anyway, which was already
> set, am I right?
As I wrote earlier this won't work ok in all cases.
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