kelrin at tpg.com.au
Wed Mar 1 06:40:36 EST 2006
I'd like to query the handling of wpa_cli commands executed as
arguments, rather than from within the wpa_cli console. Are they
handled differently as in the following example?
root at KELSLAP:/home/kel# wpa_cli -i eth1 set_network 1 ssid "kelnet"
root at KELSLAP:/home/kel# wpa_cli -i eth1
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> set_network 1 ssid "kelnet"
I would have expected the same result from both scenarios.
Also, are the valid values of ap_scan only 0,1 & 2?
> ap_scan 0
> ap_scan 1
> ap_scan 2
> ap_scan 3
> ap_scan foo
Shouldn't it reject the garbage value of "foo"?
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