Re: explain "hfa384x_rx_frame"?

From: Jouni Malinen (
Date: 2002-09-09 17:59:32 UTC

On Mon, Sep 09, 2002 at 09:56:25PM +0800, Huang Xiaodong wrote:

> /* HFA384X RX frame descriptor */
> u16 status; /* HFA384X_RX_STATUS_ flags */ What does it mean?

Check the RX_STATUS definitions in hostap_wlan.h. This include things like msgtype, macport.

> u32 time; /* timestamp, 1 microsecond resolution */ Whose time, HostAP or
> Client?

It is the timestamp of the wlan card (the local card, not the client).

> u8 rxflow; /*What does it mean?*/

Not implemented in current firmware code as far as I know.

> u32 reserved; /*May I use it?*/

For what? This is included in the RX frames and I don't really see any use for that field.. But yes, if you need it, sure you could insert something there.

Jouni Malinen                                            PGP id EFC895FA

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