On Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 08:47:48PM -0500, Torsten Wörtwein wrote:
On Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 2:47 AM Daniel Wagner <wagi(a)monom.org>
> One thing you could try for a workaround is to change the frequency
> stored in the settings file. First stop ConnMan (because it will
> overwrite those files). Go to
> /var/lib/connman/wifi_xxxxxxx_726976656e64656c6c_managed_psk and edit
> the settings file. There should be a Frequency entry with 5240. What
> happens if you change this to 5500?
Thanks Daniel! Unfortunately, connman changes it automatically back to the
router lower 5Ghz wifi (5240).
Interestingly, the output of "connmand -n -d plugins/wifi.c" changed. It
reports the repeaters 5Ghz wifi, which I manually entered:
connmand: plugins/wifi.c:get_latest_connections() ssid
726976656e64656c6c freq 5500 modified 1580261980
But it still ends up using 5240 (and changes the settings file back to
Too bad. I've got a setup with several APs spanning one network and
for me my device roams between the APs. I notice I don't see any of
the 'freq' debug messages. Any chance you could give the iwd plugin a
try? I really don't want to spend more time on wpa_supplicant.