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1# Example hostapd build time configuration
2#
3# This file lists the configuration options that are used when building the
4# hostapd binary. All lines starting with # are ignored. Configuration option
5# lines must be commented out complete, if they are not to be included, i.e.,
6# just setting VARIABLE=n is not disabling that variable.
7#
8# This file is included in Makefile, so variables like CFLAGS and LIBS can also
9# be modified from here. In most cass, these lines should use += in order not
10# to override previous values of the variables.
11
12# Driver interface for Host AP driver
13CONFIG_DRIVER_HOSTAP=y
14
15# Driver interface for wired authenticator
16#CONFIG_DRIVER_WIRED=y
17
fad7b108 18# Driver interface for Prism54 driver
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19CONFIG_DRIVER_PRISM54=y
20
21# Driver interface for drivers using the nl80211 kernel interface
22CONFIG_DRIVER_NL80211=y
23# driver_nl80211.c requires a rather new libnl (version 1.1) which may not be
24# shipped with your distribution yet. If that is the case, you need to build
25# newer libnl version and point the hostapd build to use it.
26#LIBNL=/usr/src/libnl
27#CFLAGS += -I$(LIBNL)/include
28#LIBS += -L$(LIBNL)/lib
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29
30# Driver interface for FreeBSD net80211 layer (e.g., Atheros driver)
31#CONFIG_DRIVER_BSD=y
32#CFLAGS += -I/usr/local/include
33#LIBS += -L/usr/local/lib
34
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35# Driver interface for no driver (e.g., RADIUS server only)
36#CONFIG_DRIVER_NONE=y
37
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38# IEEE 802.11F/IAPP
39CONFIG_IAPP=y
40
41# WPA2/IEEE 802.11i RSN pre-authentication
42CONFIG_RSN_PREAUTH=y
43
44# PeerKey handshake for Station to Station Link (IEEE 802.11e DLS)
45CONFIG_PEERKEY=y
46
47# IEEE 802.11w (management frame protection)
acb75957 48CONFIG_IEEE80211W=y
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49
50# Integrated EAP server
51CONFIG_EAP=y
52
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53# EAP Re-authentication Protocol (ERP) in integrated EAP server
54CONFIG_ERP=y
55
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56# EAP-MD5 for the integrated EAP server
57CONFIG_EAP_MD5=y
58
59# EAP-TLS for the integrated EAP server
60CONFIG_EAP_TLS=y
61
62# EAP-MSCHAPv2 for the integrated EAP server
63CONFIG_EAP_MSCHAPV2=y
64
65# EAP-PEAP for the integrated EAP server
66CONFIG_EAP_PEAP=y
67
68# EAP-GTC for the integrated EAP server
69CONFIG_EAP_GTC=y
70
71# EAP-TTLS for the integrated EAP server
72CONFIG_EAP_TTLS=y
73
74# EAP-SIM for the integrated EAP server
75#CONFIG_EAP_SIM=y
76
77# EAP-AKA for the integrated EAP server
78#CONFIG_EAP_AKA=y
79
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80# EAP-AKA' for the integrated EAP server
81# This requires CONFIG_EAP_AKA to be enabled, too.
82#CONFIG_EAP_AKA_PRIME=y
83
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84# EAP-PAX for the integrated EAP server
85#CONFIG_EAP_PAX=y
86
87# EAP-PSK for the integrated EAP server (this is _not_ needed for WPA-PSK)
88#CONFIG_EAP_PSK=y
89
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90# EAP-pwd for the integrated EAP server (secure authentication with a password)
91#CONFIG_EAP_PWD=y
92
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93# EAP-SAKE for the integrated EAP server
94#CONFIG_EAP_SAKE=y
95
96# EAP-GPSK for the integrated EAP server
97#CONFIG_EAP_GPSK=y
98# Include support for optional SHA256 cipher suite in EAP-GPSK
99#CONFIG_EAP_GPSK_SHA256=y
100
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101# EAP-FAST for the integrated EAP server
102# Note: Default OpenSSL package does not include support for all the
103# functionality needed for EAP-FAST. If EAP-FAST is enabled with OpenSSL,
104# the OpenSSL library must be patched (openssl-0.9.9-session-ticket.patch)
105# to add the needed functions.
106#CONFIG_EAP_FAST=y
107
108# Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
109CONFIG_WPS=y
110# Enable UPnP support for external WPS Registrars
111CONFIG_WPS_UPNP=y
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112# Enable WPS support with NFC config method
113#CONFIG_WPS_NFC=y
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114
115# EAP-IKEv2
116CONFIG_EAP_IKEV2=y
117
118# Trusted Network Connect (EAP-TNC)
119CONFIG_EAP_TNC=y
120
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121# EAP-EKE for the integrated EAP server
122#CONFIG_EAP_EKE=y
123
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124# PKCS#12 (PFX) support (used to read private key and certificate file from
125# a file that usually has extension .p12 or .pfx)
126CONFIG_PKCS12=y
127
128# RADIUS authentication server. This provides access to the integrated EAP
129# server from external hosts using RADIUS.
130#CONFIG_RADIUS_SERVER=y
131
132# Build IPv6 support for RADIUS operations
133#CONFIG_IPV6=y
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134
135# IEEE Std 802.11r-2008 (Fast BSS Transition)
136CONFIG_IEEE80211R=y
137
138# Use the hostapd's IEEE 802.11 authentication (ACL), but without
139# the IEEE 802.11 Management capability (e.g., madwifi or FreeBSD/net80211)
140#CONFIG_DRIVER_RADIUS_ACL=y
141
142# IEEE 802.11n (High Throughput) support
143CONFIG_IEEE80211N=y
144
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145# Wireless Network Management (IEEE Std 802.11v-2011)
146# Note: This is experimental and not complete implementation.
147#CONFIG_WNM=y
148
149# IEEE 802.11ac (Very High Throughput) support
150CONFIG_IEEE80211AC=y
151
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152# Remove debugging code that is printing out debug messages to stdout.
153# This can be used to reduce the size of the hostapd considerably if debugging
154# code is not needed.
3f46fc15 155#CONFIG_NO_STDOUT_DEBUG=y
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157# Add support for writing debug log to a file: -f /tmp/hostapd.log
158# Disabled by default.
159#CONFIG_DEBUG_FILE=y
160
161# Add support for sending all debug messages (regardless of debug verbosity)
162# to the Linux kernel tracing facility. This helps debug the entire stack by
163# making it easy to record everything happening from the driver up into the
164# same file, e.g., using trace-cmd.
165#CONFIG_DEBUG_LINUX_TRACING=y
166
167# Remove support for RADIUS accounting
168#CONFIG_NO_ACCOUNTING=y
169
170# Remove support for RADIUS
171#CONFIG_NO_RADIUS=y
172
173# Remove support for VLANs
174#CONFIG_NO_VLAN=y
175
176# Enable support for fully dynamic VLANs. This enables hostapd to
177# automatically create bridge and VLAN interfaces if necessary.
178#CONFIG_FULL_DYNAMIC_VLAN=y
179
180# Use netlink-based kernel API for VLAN operations instead of ioctl()
181# Note: This requires libnl 3.1 or newer.
182#CONFIG_VLAN_NETLINK=y
183
184# Remove support for dumping internal state through control interface commands
185# This can be used to reduce binary size at the cost of disabling a debugging
186# option.
187#CONFIG_NO_DUMP_STATE=y
188
189# Enable tracing code for developer debugging
190# This tracks use of memory allocations and other registrations and reports
191# incorrect use with a backtrace of call (or allocation) location.
192#CONFIG_WPA_TRACE=y
193# For BSD, comment out these.
194#LIBS += -lexecinfo
195#LIBS_p += -lexecinfo
196#LIBS_c += -lexecinfo
197
198# Use libbfd to get more details for developer debugging
199# This enables use of libbfd to get more detailed symbols for the backtraces
200# generated by CONFIG_WPA_TRACE=y.
201#CONFIG_WPA_TRACE_BFD=y
202# For BSD, comment out these.
203#LIBS += -lbfd -liberty -lz
204#LIBS_p += -lbfd -liberty -lz
205#LIBS_c += -lbfd -liberty -lz
206
207# hostapd depends on strong random number generation being available from the
208# operating system. os_get_random() function is used to fetch random data when
209# needed, e.g., for key generation. On Linux and BSD systems, this works by
210# reading /dev/urandom. It should be noted that the OS entropy pool needs to be
211# properly initialized before hostapd is started. This is important especially
212# on embedded devices that do not have a hardware random number generator and
213# may by default start up with minimal entropy available for random number
214# generation.
215#
216# As a safety net, hostapd is by default trying to internally collect
217# additional entropy for generating random data to mix in with the data
218# fetched from the OS. This by itself is not considered to be very strong, but
219# it may help in cases where the system pool is not initialized properly.
220# However, it is very strongly recommended that the system pool is initialized
221# with enough entropy either by using hardware assisted random number
222# generator or by storing state over device reboots.
223#
224# hostapd can be configured to maintain its own entropy store over restarts to
225# enhance random number generation. This is not perfect, but it is much more
226# secure than using the same sequence of random numbers after every reboot.
227# This can be enabled with -e<entropy file> command line option. The specified
228# file needs to be readable and writable by hostapd.
229#
230# If the os_get_random() is known to provide strong random data (e.g., on
231# Linux/BSD, the board in question is known to have reliable source of random
232# data from /dev/urandom), the internal hostapd random pool can be disabled.
233# This will save some in binary size and CPU use. However, this should only be
234# considered for builds that are known to be used on devices that meet the
235# requirements described above.
236#CONFIG_NO_RANDOM_POOL=y
237
238# Select TLS implementation
239# openssl = OpenSSL (default)
240# gnutls = GnuTLS
241# internal = Internal TLSv1 implementation (experimental)
242# none = Empty template
243#CONFIG_TLS=openssl
244
245# TLS-based EAP methods require at least TLS v1.0. Newer version of TLS (v1.1)
246# can be enabled to get a stronger construction of messages when block ciphers
247# are used.
248#CONFIG_TLSV11=y
249
250# TLS-based EAP methods require at least TLS v1.0. Newer version of TLS (v1.2)
251# can be enabled to enable use of stronger crypto algorithms.
252#CONFIG_TLSV12=y
253
254# If CONFIG_TLS=internal is used, additional library and include paths are
255# needed for LibTomMath. Alternatively, an integrated, minimal version of
256# LibTomMath can be used. See beginning of libtommath.c for details on benefits
257# and drawbacks of this option.
258#CONFIG_INTERNAL_LIBTOMMATH=y
259#ifndef CONFIG_INTERNAL_LIBTOMMATH
260#LTM_PATH=/usr/src/libtommath-0.39
261#CFLAGS += -I$(LTM_PATH)
262#LIBS += -L$(LTM_PATH)
263#LIBS_p += -L$(LTM_PATH)
264#endif
265# At the cost of about 4 kB of additional binary size, the internal LibTomMath
266# can be configured to include faster routines for exptmod, sqr, and div to
267# speed up DH and RSA calculation considerably
268#CONFIG_INTERNAL_LIBTOMMATH_FAST=y
269
270# Interworking (IEEE 802.11u)
271# This can be used to enable functionality to improve interworking with
272# external networks.
273#CONFIG_INTERWORKING=y
274
275# Hotspot 2.0
276#CONFIG_HS20=y
277
278# Enable SQLite database support in hlr_auc_gw, EAP-SIM DB, and eap_user_file
279#CONFIG_SQLITE=y
280
281# Testing options
282# This can be used to enable some testing options (see also the example
283# configuration file) that are really useful only for testing clients that
284# connect to this hostapd. These options allow, for example, to drop a
285# certain percentage of probe requests or auth/(re)assoc frames.
286#
287#CONFIG_TESTING_OPTIONS=y
288
289# Automatic Channel Selection
290# This will allow hostapd to pick the channel automatically when channel is set
291# to "acs_survey" or "0". Eventually, other ACS algorithms can be added in
292# similar way.
293#
294# Automatic selection is currently only done through initialization, later on
295# we hope to do background checks to keep us moving to more ideal channels as
296# time goes by. ACS is currently only supported through the nl80211 driver and
297# your driver must have survey dump capability that is filled by the driver
298# during scanning.
299#
300# You can customize the ACS survey algorithm with the hostapd.conf variable
301# acs_num_scans.
302#
303# Supported ACS drivers:
304# * ath9k
305# * ath5k
306# * ath10k
307#
308# For more details refer to:
309# http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Documentation/acs
310#
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