When router boots, it initiates network, in order users to connect to Wi-Fi.
I have a Wi-Fi ON/OFF option at my router.
If i set my Wi-Fi to OFF, it restarts the Wi-Fi(
/etc/init.d/network restart), and turns off it.
These settings are saved, and when i reboot the router, it turns off the Wi-Fi signal like following.
- start up the router, initiates
networkafter reading the config file(
ifchk), which leads shuting down the Wi-Fi signal
This makes my booting time slight longer. i've erased
/usr/bin/ifchk code at the
cron, which has the
etc/init.d/network restart code, and obviously it can't turns off the Wi-Fi, but i can reduce my booting time around 10 seconds.
ifchk is a file that i made with
C, which checks Wi-Fi interfaces are On or Off.
crontab initiates while boots,
network is initiated.
So what i'm gonna do is, before first
network initiate, i'm gonna initiate
/usr/bin/ifchkBoot, which is the exact same with
ifchk, but doesn't have a
network restart command, and erase
/usr/bin/ifchk at the
However, i have no idea where i can find the first
network initiate code at my SDK.
any tips for this?