A wireless link represents a connection between exactly two wireless interfaces. Unlike a wireless LAN, which permit an arbitrary number of client associations, wireless links are used to model point-to-point wireless connections.
Select two interfaces: One for side A and one for side B. (Both must be wireless interfaces.)
The operational status of the link. Options include:
The service set identifier (SSID) for the wireless link (optional).
The type of wireless authentication in use. Options include:
- WPA Personal (PSK)
- WPA Enterprise
The security cipher used to apply wireless authentication. Options include:
- Auto (automatic)
The security key configured on each client to grant access to the secured wireless LAN. This applies only to certain authentication types.