802.11v and 802.11k support


I have a few questions on enabling 802.11v and 802.11k support.

I have a Linksys WRT32X router/AP (almost same as WRT3200ACM).

Currently there is an issue with 22.03 with our router model so latest 21.02 stable is recommended. https://github.com/openwrt/openwrt/issues/10997

I downgraded to 21.02.5 but now I cannot see any options for 802.11v or 802.11k, before I could see these options in LUCI.

I have tried installing hostapd-wolfssl (installed OK) but I didn't see any difference even after restarting.

What am I doing wrong please? Or is it just that I need to be running 22.03.x to get this working?

Thank you

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I used a current dev build on my WRT3200ACM to get that all working, and then just followed the wiki.

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Thanks Saijin, did you have to install a different hostapd file than the one included?

Does WPA3 work for you, or at least protected management frames on WPA2?

Thank you

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I used the full hostapd.

Not using WPA3 as it is broken on mvebu :sob:

Not using KRACK mitigation either, as I didn't want to debug older devices, haha

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Thanks Saijin.

I went back to 22.03 today, installed hostapd-wolfssl and restarted, but not these options don't show in LuCI.

I had to update the LuCI packages and then it showed - for anyone reading hopefully this helps.

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