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# Copyright (c) 2013 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
# This test is designed to check that we can successfully scan for two
# different SSIDs which respond with the same BSSID. Some client
# firmwares may hold only one scan entry per BSSID and will foil attempts
# to connect to certain types of APs.
{ "name":"MaskedBSSID",
[ "create", { "type":"hostap" } ],
# Create an AP, manually specifying both the SSID and BSSID.
[ "config", { "channel":"2412", "mode":"11b",
"ssid": "CrOS_Masked1" } ],
# Create a second AP that responds to probe requests with the same BSSID
# but an different SSID. These APs together are meant to emulate
# situations that occur with some types of APs which broadcast or
# respond with more than one (non-empty) SSID.
[ "config", { "channel":"2412", "mode":"11b",
"bssid":"00:01:02:03:04:05", "multi_interface":None,
"ssid": "CrOS_Masked2" } ],
# We cannot connect to this AP, since there are two separate APs that
# respond to the same BSSID, but we can test to make sure both SSIDs
# appears in the scan.
[ "scan", { "freq": [ "2412" ],
"ssid": [ "CrOS_Masked1", "CrOS_Masked2" ] } ],
[ "destroy" ],