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struct_cfg80211_deauth_request(9) [centos man page]

CFG80211_DEAU(9) Actions and configuration STRUCT CFG80211_DEAU(9) NAME
struct_cfg80211_deauth_request - Deauthentication request data SYNOPSIS
struct cfg80211_deauth_request { const u8 * bssid; const u8 * ie; size_t ie_len; u16 reason_code; bool local_state_change; }; MEMBERS
bssid the BSSID of the BSS to deauthenticate from ie Extra IEs to add to Deauthentication frame or NULL ie_len Length of ie buffer in octets reason_code The reason code for the deauthentication local_state_change if set, change local state only and do not set a deauth frame DESCRIPTION
This structure provides information needed to complete IEEE 802.11 deauthentication. AUTHOR
Johannes Berg <> Author. COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 3.10 June 2014 STRUCT CFG80211_DEAU(9)

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CFG80211_BSS(9) Scanning and BSS list handling STRUCT CFG80211_BSS(9) NAME
struct_cfg80211_bss - BSS description SYNOPSIS
struct cfg80211_bss { struct ieee80211_channel * channel; const struct cfg80211_bss_ies __rcu * ies; const struct cfg80211_bss_ies __rcu * beacon_ies; const struct cfg80211_bss_ies __rcu * proberesp_ies; struct cfg80211_bss * hidden_beacon_bss; s32 signal; u16 beacon_interval; u16 capability; u8 bssid[ETH_ALEN]; u8 priv[0]; }; MEMBERS
channel channel this BSS is on ies the information elements (Note that there is no guarantee that these are well-formed!); this is a pointer to either the beacon_ies or proberesp_ies depending on whether Probe Response frame has been received. It is always non-NULL. beacon_ies the information elements from the last Beacon frame (implementation note: if hidden_beacon_bss is set this struct doesn't own the beacon_ies, but they're just pointers to the ones from the hidden_beacon_bss struct) proberesp_ies the information elements from the last Probe Response frame hidden_beacon_bss in case this BSS struct represents a probe response from a BSS that hides the SSID in its beacon, this points to the BSS struct that holds the beacon data. beacon_ies is still valid, of course, and points to the same data as hidden_beacon_bss->beacon_ies in that case. signal signal strength value (type depends on the wiphy's signal_type) beacon_interval the beacon interval as from the frame capability the capability field in host byte order bssid[ETH_ALEN] BSSID of the BSS priv[0] private area for driver use, has at least wiphy->bss_priv_size bytes DESCRIPTION
This structure describes a BSS (which may also be a mesh network) for use in scan results and similar. AUTHOR
Johannes Berg <> Author. COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 3.10 June 2014 STRUCT CFG80211_BSS(9)
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