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wlan_acl - MAC-based ACL support for 802.11 devices

 

NAME

      wlan_acl - MAC-based ACL support for 802.11 devices
 

SYNOPSIS

      device wlan_acl
 

DESCRIPTION

      The wlan_acl module implements a MAC-based access control plugin for use
      with 802.11 devices operating as an access point.  The wlan_acl module is
      an 802.11 access control plugin module for use with the wlan(4) module.
      This module is automatically loaded if an application configures an
      access control policy for an 802.11 device operating as an access point.
      wlan(4), ifconfig(8)
 

STANDARDS

      More information can be found in the IEEE 802.11 Standard.
 

HISTORY

      The wlan_acl driver first appeared in FreeBSD 6.0.
 

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