Wifi Direct GO Negotiation
moon.linux at yahoo.com
Tue May 13 23:03:10 EDT 2014
I would like to add new question to this thread.
If the AP has the capability to support p2p and wps, how will
these two devices communicate with the AP.
Will this AP become P2P group owner (P2P Go) and the other devices P2P Clients ?
I would like to know how to judge if the wireless interface supports P2P
is it with the "Supported interface modes" or "Supported RX frame types" ?
If the device support following p2p mode then how do we need to configure them.
Supported interface modes:
* AP * AP/VLAN
* mesh point
How do we configure these P2P modes for interface?
Please share your thoughts.
On Tuesday, May 13, 2014 6:31 PM, Arend van Spriel <arend at broadcom.com> wrote:
On 05/13/14 14:03, Andrea Chittano wrote:
> Hi, my name is Andrea.
> I'm working on WiFi Direct and I found a thread about it.
> I've some doubts about it.
> Let's suppose we have 2 devices. Let's call D1 and D2.
> Let's suppose D1 sends a request of connection to D2 (D1 doesn't known
> D2 so no persistent connection there exist).
> The first step that wpa_supplicant on D1 is to send a GO negotiation
> request containing, among all,GO intent (of D1).
> I want to understand how wpa_supplicant on D2 acquires the GO intent of
> D2 in order to compare it with whichone sent by D1.
> Can someone explain me this?
Both devices have their own go intent configuration in wpa_supplicant
configuration file. D2 sends own go intent value in the GO negotiation
response. The device with the highest GO intent will become GO.
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