TR : Point coordinator functions / HostAP
Lassaad.Gannoune at eivd.ch
Mon Mar 17 03:03:41 EST 2003
De : GANNOUNE Lassaad
Envoye : lundi, 17. mars 2003 09:03
A : 'Jerritt Collord'
Objet : RE : Point coordinator functions / HostAP
I am not sure that PCF is dead since there is an interest to provide QoS
Features and to run over the wireless link at the AP. I would assume that
with the current DCF access method for 802.11 networks we can only provide
the best effort service for users associated with an AP. With this service
model I am note sure that we can garantee a certain QoS for multimedia
applications or even VoIP.
De : Jerritt Collord [mailto:collord at linuxfund.org]
Envoye : vendredi, 14. mars 2003 18:30
A : andrew at andrewlangrick.co.uk
Cc : hostap at shmoo.com
Objet : Re: Point coordinator functions / HostAP
> > Do you know any available AP products that implement this access
> method ?
> I have done some online research into this but I have not found any
> products that implement the PCF.
I believe the (discontinued?) Cirrus Whitecap2 stuff (ShareWave) was the
most shipped PCF gear. http://www.zayetech.com/ for currently available.
AOpen's (discontinued?) AOI-706 and cards were the same thing too looks
PCF is dead, no?
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