wlancfg - manipulate linux-wlan-ng MIB values
wlancfg query dev
wlancfg show dev [all]
wlancfg set dev
The wlancfg utility program provides an alternative method to wlanctl-ng
, for manipulating MIB values. It was designed to provide an easier
mechanism for saving and restoring the complete wireless configuration (i.e.
when re-starting the device driver) and to provide a more efficient mechanism
for GUI's to query multiple MIB's.
- The name of the device (e.g., wlan0).
- Read MIB names (separated by whitespace) from stdin and
output their values (separated by carriage returns) to stdout. The MIB's
may be either read/write or read-only.
- Query the values of all supported read/write MIB's and
output their values (separated by carriage returns) to stdout. The syntax
of the output will be:
If the "all" parameter is specified,
then all supported MIB's (i.e. read-only MIB's as well) are output.
- Read MIB name/value pairs (separated by carriage returns)
from stdin and set the values of the specified MIB's. The pairs must have
the same syntax as above. The MIB's must be read/write.
- Display a list of all supported MIB's.
- Display the compiled version of wlancfg.
/usr/share/doc/linux-wlan-ng/README and README.Debian.
This minimal man page was written by Joey Hess.