qwf_wifi_SecurityProtocol_e

Updated: October 26, 2022

Types of security protocols used by Access Points

Synopsis:

#include <qwf/qwf_wifi.h>
typedef enum {
    WIFI_SEC_PROT_NONE = 0x00,
    WIFI_SEC_PROT_WEP = 0x01,
    WIFI_SEC_PROT_WPA_PSK = 0x02,
    WIFI_SEC_PROT_WPA_EAP = 0x04,
    WIFI_SEC_PROT_WPA2_PSK = 0x08,
    WIFI_SEC_PROT_WPA2_EAP = 0x10
} qwf_wifi_SecurityProtocol_e;

Data:

WIFI_SEC_PROT_NONE
No security authentication is needed
WIFI_SEC_PROT_WEP
Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)
WIFI_SEC_PROT_WPA_PSK
Wireless Protected Access (WPA) Personal, Pre-shared Key
WIFI_SEC_PROT_WPA_EAP
WPA Enterprise, Extensible Authentication Protocol
WIFI_SEC_PROT_WPA2_PSK
WPA (v2) Personal, Pre-shared Key
WIFI_SEC_PROT_WPA2_EAP
WPA (v2) Enterprise, Extensible Authentication Protocol

Library:

qwf_interface

Description:

This enumeration type defines the possible types of security protocols used by Access Points. These values are used in bitmaps because multiple protocol types can be supported by a Scanned Access Point.