DFS: Add buttons for ETSI RADAR patterns. Buttons representing patterns
with random ranges will not re-calculate random values each time they
are clicked. Add tool-tips to document some limitations (no Chirp modulation
supported, minimum of 1us pulse width, etc.
DFS: Allow one-burst setting in the RF-Generator RADAR emulator. Also,
allow ignoring RADAR events in ath10k drivers and reporting on RADAR
Support tx-retry counter for WiFi stations on wave-2 radios. Previous
release only supported the wave-1 NIC.
Improve Generic Endpoint builder to more easily generate iperf commands,
and improve UI for the ping builder as well. LANforge now ships with an
improved iperf3 executable that can properly bind to network devices and
so work with VRF.
WiFi: Update to new rebased firmware for wave-2 radios (9984, etc).
WiFi: Support up to 24 vAP on the wave-1 and wave-2 ath10k firmware.
WiFi: Support WPA3 (SAE) encryption.
WiFi: Enable block-ack with PMF for ath10k (/AC) radios. Previously this did
not work properly in rx-sw-crypt mode, which is the normal way to use LANforge.
Add Chamber-View feature to allow top-down configuration using profiles. This feature
also supports managing RF Chambers and attenuators for automated roaming and other
advanced test cases.
Fix GUI bug in wifi-capacity plugin when used with test groups.
Fix bug that could crash LANforge processes when using Generic endpoints.
Fix crash bug when using the wifi_cli_cmd CLI command. There is no work-around
for this, and it breaks roaming. It will be backported into a 184.108.40.206 bugfix
release. This bug was introduced in the 5.3.8 release.
Fix lfping script to support VRF systems. Work-around is to copy a newer lfping
script to /home/lanforge/
Fix regression that broke STA bridging.
VRF and File-IO: The 4.16+ kernels support VRF, but NFS, CIFS, and SMB File-IO traffic
types do not support VRF at this time. So, you have to disable VRF to run File-IO: