qwf_wifi_AccessPointModeState_e

Updated: May 06, 2022

States for Access Point (AP) mode

Synopsis:

#include <qwf/qwf_wifi.h>
typedef enum {
    WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_NONE,
    WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_ACTIVE,
    WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_INACTIVE,
    WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_LAN_STARTING,
    WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_WAN_STARTING,
    WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_SUSPEND,
    WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_SHUTDOWN,
    WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_SHUTDOWN_WAIT_LAN,
    WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_SHUTDOWN_WAIT_WAN
} qwf_wifi_AccessPointModeState_e;

Data:

WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_NONE

AP state is unknown

WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_ACTIVE

AP is active

WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_INACTIVE

AP is inactive

WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_LAN_STARTING

AP LAN interface is starting. This is an intermediate state prior to becoming active.

WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_WAN_STARTING

AP WAN interface is starting. This is an intermediate state prior to becoming active.

WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_SUSPEND

AP is in a suspended state

WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_SHUTDOWN

AP is shutting down. This is an intermediate state prior to becoming inactive.

WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_SHUTDOWN_WAIT_LAN

AP LAN interface is stopping. This is an intermediate state prior to becoming inactive.

WIFI_AP_MODE_STATE_SHUTDOWN_WAIT_WAN

AP WAN interface is stopping. This is an intermediate state prior to becoming inactive.

Library:

qwf_interface