[Dev] New CAPI Proposal for ConnMan based WiFi P2P Solution
l.stelmach at samsung.com
Mon Aug 4 15:32:25 GMT 2014
It was <2014-07-22 wto 09:48>, when Tomasz Bursztyka wrote:
> Hi Zhengguang,
>>>> So we want to make clear that ConnMan will not support incoming WPS PIN
>>> in the first phase, or even in future by your design?
>>> I don't see why it would support it at any time.
>> OK, here we wonder how will ConnMan handle an incoming WPS PIN request?
> That's not how WPS works: device A, when connecting to a WPS enabled
> device B, has to follow the WPS support exposed by B. If not, it will
> just fail. A knows about which WPS method B supports, when it scans.
> So in this case, ConnMan will only expose WPS PBC, thus any other
> device that wants to connect to it will have to follow WPS PBC.
For the sake of accuracy let me refer to some sources which clearly
state that PIN method is mandatory and must be implemented.
Besides there is (going to be?) yet another method: NFC tap-to-connect.
 http://www.wi-fi.org/knowledge-center/articles/wi-fi-protected-setup%E2%84%A2-0 (needs credentials)
Samsung R&D Institute Poland
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