Diff for /wikisrc/Converting_drivers_to_the_new_wifi_stack.mdwn between versions 1.3 and 1.4

version 1.3, 2020/09/29 18:13:10 version 1.4, 2020/09/29 18:17:26
Line 18  single radio hardware, which is naturall Line 18  single radio hardware, which is naturall
 being created (by pure software) using the same physical radio device.  being created (by pure software) using the same physical radio device.
   
  At the user level the radio hardware is hidden quite well - it only   At the user level the radio hardware is hidden quite well - it only
 shows up in dmesg or "sysctl net.wlan.devices".  shows up in dmesg or ``sysctl net.wlan.devices``.
 There is no network interface for the raw hardware, so ifconfig will  There is no network interface for the raw hardware, so ifconfig will
 not show them.  not show them.
   
Line 30  use a command like: Line 30  use a command like:
  This split between common radio hardware and per-VAP network properties   This split between common radio hardware and per-VAP network properties
 reflects on the driver and causes most of the changes needed.  reflects on the driver and causes most of the changes needed.
   
  After creation of the wlan0 VAP, it will also show up under   After creation of the ``wlan0`` VAP, it will also show up under
   
     sysctl net.wlan.0      sysctl net.wlan.wlan0
   
  and in ifconfig output (as wlan0).   and in ifconfig output.
   
   More complete instructions for testing are here: [[Testing new wifi]].    More complete instructions for testing are here: [[Testing new wifi]].
   There also is an older paper describing the initial design in FreeBSD:    There also is an older paper describing the initial design in FreeBSD:

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