1. 06 Mar, 2007 1 commit
  2. 31 May, 2005 1 commit
  3. 19 May, 2004 1 commit
    • Leigh B. Stoller's avatar
      Add new syntax for modifying a link in link_config (with changes in · 1dfb77af
      Leigh B. Stoller authored
      the link agent). You can now do this:
      	link_config -s nodew1 testbed three-wireless lan0 ENABLE=yes
      to bring a link up (or down; ENABLE=no). This just gets passed along
      in the event arguments. Basically an alias for "tevc now lan0 UP/DOWN"
      to make things a little easier. At present, wireless lans are brought
      up/down with ifconfig since "txpower off" does not work properly.
      I suppose I should add the equivalent changes to delay_config ...
  4. 11 May, 2004 1 commit
    • Leigh B. Stoller's avatar
      New event agent to control wireless links. At present, this agent is · 6cf05acb
      Leigh B. Stoller authored
      very specific to wireless links in general, and to iwconfig on Redhat
      9.0. It allows you to control the entire lan or an individual member
      of a wireless lan via the event system. For example to change the
      accesspoint of a wireless lan, you could do this:
      	tevc -e foo/bar now lan0 modify accesspoint=00:09:5B:93:0B:A4
      The agent deciphers the event arguments and calls iwconfig with the
      appropriate as needed. Note that there are many ways to make the lan
      unusable doing this, so you want to be careful. You can get the MAC
      addresses from the experiment info page (tbreport).
      New script called link_config, which might be badly named since it
      implies generality) to front end tevc. Operates mostly like
      delay_config in that it will change the physical table settings, and
      optionally (-m) the virtual table entries. So,
      	link_config testbed two-wireless lan0 accesspoint=00:09:5B:93:0B:A4
      You can change individual members of a lan too:
      	link_config -s nodew1 testbed two-wireless lan0 txpower=50
      Currently no web interface; too much work. I will add an xmlrpc
      interface though since that is easy to do.