Commit f4c68e8e authored by Leigh B. Stoller's avatar Leigh B. Stoller
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Add section on the things you can set with tb-set-lan-settings.

parent d5d27bca
...@@ -108,5 +108,28 @@ you have to be something of an expert. Here is a rough guide to what you ...@@ -108,5 +108,28 @@ you have to be something of an expert. Here is a rough guide to what you
can currently specify: can currently specify:
<ul> <ul>
<li> <li> <tt>channel</tt> - Set the channel for the lan to either a
channel number or a frequency. If you do not set the channel one
will be choosen for you, and thats probably just as bad as
setting it yourself without knowing what other people are using!
<li> <tt>rate</tt> - Some interfaces support setting a bit rate
different then the default. The default is to tell the interface
to use "auto" mode (varies the rate according to RF conditions),
but you can specify a specific rate for either the entire lan or
for just one node. The value should be in bits per second with no
units (11000, 54000, etc). See the iwconfig man page for more
details on the format of this option.
<li> <tt>txpower</tt> - Some interfaces support setting the transmit
power to something different then the default. The default is to
tell the interface to use "auto" mode. See the iwconfig man page
for more details on the format of this option. Not all interfaces
support this option.
<li> <tt>sensitivity</tt> - Some interfaces support setting the sensitivity
to something different then the default. The default is to
tell the interface to use "auto" mode. See the iwconfig man page
for more details on the format of this option. Not all interfaces
support this option.
</ul> </ul>
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