Set SSID=hex doesn't work

Dan Williams dcbw at redhat.com
Thu Apr 16 11:34:30 EDT 2009


On Thu, 2009-04-16 at 09:00 +0700, Pongsak Tawankanjanachot wrote:
> Hi,
>    Thank you for suggestion.
>    The reason I use BSSID instead of SSID is in the case that we would
> like to fix this station with this BSSID no matter what SSID it is.
> Thus, I cannot specify SSID name in the SSID parameter.
>    I see the BSSID parameter too, but I am not sure on how to
> configure it. I've tried several values, but it doesn't work. Here is
> one of my trial:
> 
> 
>         ssid=001a4d2f872c
>         bssid=1

That's still not the correct configuration syntax.  You want:

	ssid="TEST"
	bssid=00:1a:4d:2f:87:2c

That will restrict the connection that specific BSSID.

Dan



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