multiple instances, each for a different interface
irek.szczesniak at gmail.com
Mon Dec 28 06:08:25 PST 2015
Thank you, Jouni. I did this, and it's working fine! Specifically in
Debian, I'm passing those two config files in /etc/default/hostapd:
I wonder, however, how a single non-threaded process is able to handle
two APs. I guess it must be using some non-blocking operations.
Thanks & best,
W dniu 28.12.2015 o 14:50, Jouni Malinen pisze:
> On Mon, Dec 28, 2015 at 08:51:56AM +0100, Ireneusz Szcześniak wrote:
>> I'm running hostapd v2.3 on Debian Jessie 8.2. I need to create two
>> access points for two different network interfaces: one AP for
>> wlan0, the other for wlan1.
>> As far as I know, one instance of hostapd handles a single interface.
>> What is the preferred way of solving the problem? Two instances of
>> hostapd, each with its own config file?
> Unless there is a good reason to do otherwise, I'd use a single hostapd
> process with two config files.
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