kiran.kulkarni at azingo.com
Tue Jul 22 02:11:55 EDT 2008
Actually I was using WPA supplicant to code a program which will connect
to the wireless network as soon as a device is powered. I know that same
thing is done by the Network Manager. But I was still coding some light
weight application. I followed the steps
1) Get a signal from HAL for the network interface and add or get
Interface from the WPA Supplicant using "addInterface" or
"getInterface", which returns me a proxy for the interface
2) Then using this proxy I scanned the network using "scan" and then
after its success I did "scanResults" which gives the paths for the
bssid's which can be used to read the "properties" adn displayed them
3) after that I did "setAPScan" with value 1 and added a new network
using the "addNetwork" which can be then used for further process.
4) After obtaining the object path for the new network, I created proxy
for that and then I called "set" for that network and set the
properties "key-mgmt" and "proto", But I am unable to set the properties
like "bssid" and the "ssid".
5) Then I did "selectNetwork" with path as returned by the "addNetwork"
But My problem is that I am unable to set "ssid" and "bssid" for the new
network and because of that I unable to connect to the existing AP.
Plz help me out here....
Waiting for the reply
On Mon, 2008-07-21 at 10:20 -0400, Dan Williams wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-07-21 at 11:23 +0530, Kiran Kulkarni wrote:
> > I was going through the site and I found that, Documentation for the
> > ctrl_iface is available. But I was looking for D-Bus interface, So It
> > will be great if somebody send me the documentation of the D-Bus.
> There isn't any at the moment, but it closely follows the ctrl_iface
> documentation. Part of the problem is that since it's pretty much
> hand-coded libdbus, it doesn't support introspection, and thus the
> documentation is all manual labor. I've had some ideas to rework the
> interface to be more dbus-like, but until that point there really should
> be documentation for the existing interface. I can try to start writing
> some up.
> In the mean time, feel free to ask questions and I'll do my best to
> answer them. There's also wpa_supplicant/examples/wpas-test.py which
> gives a quick overview of using the dbus interface via python.
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