There’s some about 802.11s, but nothing about 802.11r, any guide for it, especially introduction for Luci users?
Unless you know why you might want to change the details, just hitting the correspondingly marked checkbox on all involved APs is literally the only thing you need to do.
If you are running a pre-shared-key security.
If you run enterprise / EAP security, you have to do a bunch more.
You have to remove
wpad-wolfssl to use that feature.
Don't you need to configure a unified mobility domain?
Unless you have a reason to divert from the defaults, those settings are derived from the ESSID (if left unset) on recent OpenWrt. As long as you keep ESSID and PSK in sync between participating APs, it will work.
In other words, as long as the access point's name and password are the same on both access points, the mobility domain does not need to be changed. Again, this goes into the "automatic" set-up of 802.11r MD5 hashing the SSID and using the first four characters.
However, as mentioned earlier, this automatic set-up assumes that you are using WPA(2/3)-PSK.
For more information in how it all works see: https://github.com/openwrt/openwrt/commit/3cc56a5534b8b49a7e9ba57edf9878ec32bdd27a
Yes just that
Thank you guys!