p2p_peer command is not showing intended_addr in auto GO mode

hardik patel hk5patel at gmail.com
Mon Dec 19 12:58:13 EST 2011


Hi Jouni,

Android Icream sandwich GUI is using this p2p_peer command to get p2p
interface address and return that address if it got intended_addr in
output.

In Autonomous GO case, Once client get connected with AutoGO and as it
got "AP_STA_CONNECTED_EVENT". it is executing p2p_peer command to get
intended_addr and it is changing the state as "connected" in GUI. But
as in AutoGO, we are not getting  intended_addr  in p2p_peer command
it is not changing the state to connected and showing "available" in
UI.

When in case of Normal GO case, in p2p_peer command we are getting
intended_addr. So At p2p_client and p2p_go side once it got connected
it is showing correct status in UI.

what other command we can use to get peer information ?

On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 11:00 PM, Jouni Malinen <j at w1.fi> wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 10:03:34PM +0530, hardik patel wrote:
>> when i am executing p2p_peer <mac addr of peer device> in Normal GO
>> connection where p2p_client get connected after go negotiation . I am
>> able to get intended_addr in p2p_peer command.
>
> What are you using this value for? Please keep in mind that it is an
> internal data within the P2P module and it is only used for GO
> Negotiation. It is included in p2p_peer output only for debugging
> purposes and it is not supposed to be used for anything else.
>
>> After starting Autonomous GO, when client get connected with Auto GO.
>> After executing p2p_peer <mac addr of peer device> command. i am not
>> able to get  intended_addr in output.
>>
>> it is always showing 00:00:00:00:00:00.
>
> This field is not used in autonomous GO case - it is only for temporary
> GO Negotiation needs.
>
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Hardik

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