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1# Example wpa_supplicant 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 cases, these lines should use += in order not
10# to override previous values of the variables.
11
12
13# Uncomment following two lines and fix the paths if you have installed OpenSSL
14# or GnuTLS in non-default location
15#CFLAGS += -I/usr/local/openssl/include
16#LIBS += -L/usr/local/openssl/lib
17
18# Some Red Hat versions seem to include kerberos header files from OpenSSL, but
19# the kerberos files are not in the default include path. Following line can be
20# used to fix build issues on such systems (krb5.h not found).
21#CFLAGS += -I/usr/include/kerberos
22
23# Example configuration for various cross-compilation platforms
24
25#### sveasoft (e.g., for Linksys WRT54G) ######################################
26#CC=mipsel-uclibc-gcc
27#CC=/opt/brcm/hndtools-mipsel-uclibc/bin/mipsel-uclibc-gcc
28#CFLAGS += -Os
29#CPPFLAGS += -I../src/include -I../../src/router/openssl/include
30#LIBS += -L/opt/brcm/hndtools-mipsel-uclibc-0.9.19/lib -lssl
31###############################################################################
32
33#### openwrt (e.g., for Linksys WRT54G) #######################################
34#CC=mipsel-uclibc-gcc
35#CC=/opt/brcm/hndtools-mipsel-uclibc/bin/mipsel-uclibc-gcc
36#CFLAGS += -Os
37#CPPFLAGS=-I../src/include -I../openssl-0.9.7d/include \
38# -I../WRT54GS/release/src/include
39#LIBS = -lssl
40###############################################################################
41
42
43# Driver interface for Host AP driver
44CONFIG_DRIVER_HOSTAP=y
45
46# Driver interface for Agere driver
47#CONFIG_DRIVER_HERMES=y
48# Change include directories to match with the local setup
49#CFLAGS += -I../../hcf -I../../include -I../../include/hcf
50#CFLAGS += -I../../include/wireless
51
52# Driver interface for madwifi driver
53# Deprecated; use CONFIG_DRIVER_WEXT=y instead.
54#CONFIG_DRIVER_MADWIFI=y
55# Set include directory to the madwifi source tree
56#CFLAGS += -I../../madwifi
57
58# Driver interface for ndiswrapper
59# Deprecated; use CONFIG_DRIVER_WEXT=y instead.
60#CONFIG_DRIVER_NDISWRAPPER=y
61
62# Driver interface for Atmel driver
63# CONFIG_DRIVER_ATMEL=y
64
65# Driver interface for old Broadcom driver
66# Please note that the newer Broadcom driver ("hybrid Linux driver") supports
67# Linux wireless extensions and does not need (or even work) with the old
68# driver wrapper. Use CONFIG_DRIVER_WEXT=y with that driver.
69#CONFIG_DRIVER_BROADCOM=y
70# Example path for wlioctl.h; change to match your configuration
71#CFLAGS += -I/opt/WRT54GS/release/src/include
72
73# Driver interface for Intel ipw2100/2200 driver
74# Deprecated; use CONFIG_DRIVER_WEXT=y instead.
75#CONFIG_DRIVER_IPW=y
76
77# Driver interface for Ralink driver
78#CONFIG_DRIVER_RALINK=y
79
80# Driver interface for generic Linux wireless extensions
81# Note: WEXT is deprecated in the current Linux kernel version and no new
82# functionality is added to it. nl80211-based interface is the new
83# replacement for WEXT and its use allows wpa_supplicant to properly control
84# the driver to improve existing functionality like roaming and to support new
85# functionality.
86CONFIG_DRIVER_WEXT=y
87
88# Driver interface for Linux drivers using the nl80211 kernel interface
89CONFIG_DRIVER_NL80211=y
90
91# driver_nl80211.c requires libnl. If you are compiling it yourself
92# you may need to point hostapd to your version of libnl.
93#
94#CFLAGS += -I$<path to libnl include files>
95#LIBS += -L$<path to libnl library files>
96
97# Use libnl v2.0 (or 3.0) libraries.
98#CONFIG_LIBNL20=y
99
100# Use libnl 3.2 libraries (if this is selected, CONFIG_LIBNL20 is ignored)
101CONFIG_LIBNL32=y
102
103
104# Driver interface for FreeBSD net80211 layer (e.g., Atheros driver)
105#CONFIG_DRIVER_BSD=y
106#CFLAGS += -I/usr/local/include
107#LIBS += -L/usr/local/lib
108#LIBS_p += -L/usr/local/lib
109#LIBS_c += -L/usr/local/lib
110
111# Driver interface for Windows NDIS
112#CONFIG_DRIVER_NDIS=y
113#CFLAGS += -I/usr/include/w32api/ddk
114#LIBS += -L/usr/local/lib
115# For native build using mingw
116#CONFIG_NATIVE_WINDOWS=y
117# Additional directories for cross-compilation on Linux host for mingw target
118#CFLAGS += -I/opt/mingw/mingw32/include/ddk
119#LIBS += -L/opt/mingw/mingw32/lib
120#CC=mingw32-gcc
121# By default, driver_ndis uses WinPcap for low-level operations. This can be
122# replaced with the following option which replaces WinPcap calls with NDISUIO.
123# However, this requires that WZC is disabled (net stop wzcsvc) before starting
124# wpa_supplicant.
125# CONFIG_USE_NDISUIO=y
126
127# Driver interface for development testing
128#CONFIG_DRIVER_TEST=y
129
130# Driver interface for wired Ethernet drivers
131CONFIG_DRIVER_WIRED=y
132
133# Driver interface for the Broadcom RoboSwitch family
134#CONFIG_DRIVER_ROBOSWITCH=y
135
136# Driver interface for no driver (e.g., WPS ER only)
137#CONFIG_DRIVER_NONE=y
138
139# Enable IEEE 802.1X Supplicant (automatically included if any EAP method is
140# included)
141CONFIG_IEEE8021X_EAPOL=y
142
143# EAP-MD5
144CONFIG_EAP_MD5=y
145
146# EAP-MSCHAPv2
147CONFIG_EAP_MSCHAPV2=y
148
149# EAP-TLS
150CONFIG_EAP_TLS=y
151
152# EAL-PEAP
153CONFIG_EAP_PEAP=y
154
155# EAP-TTLS
156CONFIG_EAP_TTLS=y
157
158# EAP-FAST
159# Note: If OpenSSL is used as the TLS library, OpenSSL 1.0 or newer is needed
160# for EAP-FAST support. Older OpenSSL releases would need to be patched, e.g.,
161# with openssl-0.9.8x-tls-extensions.patch, to add the needed functions.
162#CONFIG_EAP_FAST=y
163
164# EAP-GTC
165CONFIG_EAP_GTC=y
166
167# EAP-OTP
168CONFIG_EAP_OTP=y
169
170# EAP-SIM (enable CONFIG_PCSC, if EAP-SIM is used)
171#CONFIG_EAP_SIM=y
172
173# EAP-PSK (experimental; this is _not_ needed for WPA-PSK)
174#CONFIG_EAP_PSK=y
175
176# EAP-pwd (secure authentication using only a password)
177#CONFIG_EAP_PWD=y
178
179# EAP-PAX
180#CONFIG_EAP_PAX=y
181
182# LEAP
183CONFIG_EAP_LEAP=y
184
185# EAP-AKA (enable CONFIG_PCSC, if EAP-AKA is used)
186#CONFIG_EAP_AKA=y
187
188# EAP-AKA' (enable CONFIG_PCSC, if EAP-AKA' is used).
189# This requires CONFIG_EAP_AKA to be enabled, too.
190#CONFIG_EAP_AKA_PRIME=y
191
192# Enable USIM simulator (Milenage) for EAP-AKA
193#CONFIG_USIM_SIMULATOR=y
194
195# EAP-SAKE
196#CONFIG_EAP_SAKE=y
197
198# EAP-GPSK
199#CONFIG_EAP_GPSK=y
200# Include support for optional SHA256 cipher suite in EAP-GPSK
201#CONFIG_EAP_GPSK_SHA256=y
202
203# EAP-TNC and related Trusted Network Connect support (experimental)
204#CONFIG_EAP_TNC=y
205
206# Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
207CONFIG_WPS=y
208# Enable WSC 2.0 support
209#CONFIG_WPS2=y
210# Enable WPS external registrar functionality
211#CONFIG_WPS_ER=y
212# Disable credentials for an open network by default when acting as a WPS
213# registrar.
214#CONFIG_WPS_REG_DISABLE_OPEN=y
215# Enable WPS support with NFC config method
216#CONFIG_WPS_NFC=y
217
218# EAP-IKEv2
219#CONFIG_EAP_IKEV2=y
220
221# EAP-EKE
222#CONFIG_EAP_EKE=y
223
224# PKCS#12 (PFX) support (used to read private key and certificate file from
225# a file that usually has extension .p12 or .pfx)
226CONFIG_PKCS12=y
227
228# Smartcard support (i.e., private key on a smartcard), e.g., with openssl
229# engine.
230CONFIG_SMARTCARD=y
231
232# PC/SC interface for smartcards (USIM, GSM SIM)
233# Enable this if EAP-SIM or EAP-AKA is included
234#CONFIG_PCSC=y
235
236# Support HT overrides (disable HT/HT40, mask MCS rates, etc.)
237#CONFIG_HT_OVERRIDES=y
238
239# Support VHT overrides (disable VHT, mask MCS rates, etc.)
240#CONFIG_VHT_OVERRIDES=y
241
242# Development testing
243#CONFIG_EAPOL_TEST=y
244
245# Select control interface backend for external programs, e.g, wpa_cli:
246# unix = UNIX domain sockets (default for Linux/*BSD)
247# udp = UDP sockets using localhost (127.0.0.1)
248# named_pipe = Windows Named Pipe (default for Windows)
249# udp-remote = UDP sockets with remote access (only for tests systems/purpose)
250# y = use default (backwards compatibility)
251# If this option is commented out, control interface is not included in the
252# build.
253CONFIG_CTRL_IFACE=y
254
255# Include support for GNU Readline and History Libraries in wpa_cli.
256# When building a wpa_cli binary for distribution, please note that these
257# libraries are licensed under GPL and as such, BSD license may not apply for
258# the resulting binary.
259#CONFIG_READLINE=y
260
261# Include internal line edit mode in wpa_cli. This can be used as a replacement
262# for GNU Readline to provide limited command line editing and history support.
263#CONFIG_WPA_CLI_EDIT=y
264
265# Remove debugging code that is printing out debug message to stdout.
266# This can be used to reduce the size of the wpa_supplicant considerably
267# if debugging code is not needed. The size reduction can be around 35%
268# (e.g., 90 kB).
269#CONFIG_NO_STDOUT_DEBUG=y
270
271# Remove WPA support, e.g., for wired-only IEEE 802.1X supplicant, to save
272# 35-50 kB in code size.
273#CONFIG_NO_WPA=y
274
275# Remove IEEE 802.11i/WPA-Personal ASCII passphrase support
276# This option can be used to reduce code size by removing support for
277# converting ASCII passphrases into PSK. If this functionality is removed, the
278# PSK can only be configured as the 64-octet hexstring (e.g., from
279# wpa_passphrase). This saves about 0.5 kB in code size.
280#CONFIG_NO_WPA_PASSPHRASE=y
281
282# Disable scan result processing (ap_mode=1) to save code size by about 1 kB.
283# This can be used if ap_scan=1 mode is never enabled.
284#CONFIG_NO_SCAN_PROCESSING=y
285
286# Select configuration backend:
287# file = text file (e.g., wpa_supplicant.conf; note: the configuration file
288# path is given on command line, not here; this option is just used to
289# select the backend that allows configuration files to be used)
290# winreg = Windows registry (see win_example.reg for an example)
291CONFIG_BACKEND=file
292
293# Remove configuration write functionality (i.e., to allow the configuration
294# file to be updated based on runtime configuration changes). The runtime
295# configuration can still be changed, the changes are just not going to be
296# persistent over restarts. This option can be used to reduce code size by
297# about 3.5 kB.
298#CONFIG_NO_CONFIG_WRITE=y
299
300# Remove support for configuration blobs to reduce code size by about 1.5 kB.
301#CONFIG_NO_CONFIG_BLOBS=y
302
303# Select program entry point implementation:
304# main = UNIX/POSIX like main() function (default)
305# main_winsvc = Windows service (read parameters from registry)
306# main_none = Very basic example (development use only)
307#CONFIG_MAIN=main
308
309# Select wrapper for operatins system and C library specific functions
310# unix = UNIX/POSIX like systems (default)
311# win32 = Windows systems
312# none = Empty template
313#CONFIG_OS=unix
314
315# Select event loop implementation
316# eloop = select() loop (default)
317# eloop_win = Windows events and WaitForMultipleObject() loop
318#CONFIG_ELOOP=eloop
319
320# Should we use poll instead of select? Select is used by default.
321#CONFIG_ELOOP_POLL=y
322
323# Select layer 2 packet implementation
324# linux = Linux packet socket (default)
325# pcap = libpcap/libdnet/WinPcap
326# freebsd = FreeBSD libpcap
327# winpcap = WinPcap with receive thread
328# ndis = Windows NDISUIO (note: requires CONFIG_USE_NDISUIO=y)
329# none = Empty template
330#CONFIG_L2_PACKET=linux
331
332# PeerKey handshake for Station to Station Link (IEEE 802.11e DLS)
333CONFIG_PEERKEY=y
334
335# IEEE 802.11w (management frame protection), also known as PMF
336# Driver support is also needed for IEEE 802.11w.
337#CONFIG_IEEE80211W=y
338
339# Select TLS implementation
340# openssl = OpenSSL (default)
341# gnutls = GnuTLS
342# internal = Internal TLSv1 implementation (experimental)
343# none = Empty template
344#CONFIG_TLS=openssl
345
346# TLS-based EAP methods require at least TLS v1.0. Newer version of TLS (v1.1)
347# can be enabled to get a stronger construction of messages when block ciphers
348# are used. It should be noted that some existing TLS v1.0 -based
349# implementation may not be compatible with TLS v1.1 message (ClientHello is
350# sent prior to negotiating which version will be used)
351#CONFIG_TLSV11=y
352
353# TLS-based EAP methods require at least TLS v1.0. Newer version of TLS (v1.2)
354# can be enabled to enable use of stronger crypto algorithms. It should be
355# noted that some existing TLS v1.0 -based implementation may not be compatible
356# with TLS v1.2 message (ClientHello is sent prior to negotiating which version
357# will be used)
358#CONFIG_TLSV12=y
359
360# If CONFIG_TLS=internal is used, additional library and include paths are
361# needed for LibTomMath. Alternatively, an integrated, minimal version of
362# LibTomMath can be used. See beginning of libtommath.c for details on benefits
363# and drawbacks of this option.
364#CONFIG_INTERNAL_LIBTOMMATH=y
365#ifndef CONFIG_INTERNAL_LIBTOMMATH
366#LTM_PATH=/usr/src/libtommath-0.39
367#CFLAGS += -I$(LTM_PATH)
368#LIBS += -L$(LTM_PATH)
369#LIBS_p += -L$(LTM_PATH)
370#endif
371# At the cost of about 4 kB of additional binary size, the internal LibTomMath
372# can be configured to include faster routines for exptmod, sqr, and div to
373# speed up DH and RSA calculation considerably
374#CONFIG_INTERNAL_LIBTOMMATH_FAST=y
375
376# Include NDIS event processing through WMI into wpa_supplicant/wpasvc.
377# This is only for Windows builds and requires WMI-related header files and
378# WbemUuid.Lib from Platform SDK even when building with MinGW.
379#CONFIG_NDIS_EVENTS_INTEGRATED=y
380#PLATFORMSDKLIB="/opt/Program Files/Microsoft Platform SDK/Lib"
381
382# Add support for old DBus control interface
383# (fi.epitest.hostap.WPASupplicant)
384#CONFIG_CTRL_IFACE_DBUS=y
385
386# Add support for new DBus control interface
387# (fi.w1.hostap.wpa_supplicant1)
388CONFIG_CTRL_IFACE_DBUS_NEW=y
389
390# Add introspection support for new DBus control interface
391#CONFIG_CTRL_IFACE_DBUS_INTRO=y
392
393# Add support for loading EAP methods dynamically as shared libraries.
394# When this option is enabled, each EAP method can be either included
395# statically (CONFIG_EAP_<method>=y) or dynamically (CONFIG_EAP_<method>=dyn).
396# Dynamic EAP methods are build as shared objects (eap_*.so) and they need to
397# be loaded in the beginning of the wpa_supplicant configuration file
398# (see load_dynamic_eap parameter in the example file) before being used in
399# the network blocks.
400#
401# Note that some shared parts of EAP methods are included in the main program
402# and in order to be able to use dynamic EAP methods using these parts, the
403# main program must have been build with the EAP method enabled (=y or =dyn).
404# This means that EAP-TLS/PEAP/TTLS/FAST cannot be added as dynamic libraries
405# unless at least one of them was included in the main build to force inclusion
406# of the shared code. Similarly, at least one of EAP-SIM/AKA must be included
407# in the main build to be able to load these methods dynamically.
408#
409# Please also note that using dynamic libraries will increase the total binary
410# size. Thus, it may not be the best option for targets that have limited
411# amount of memory/flash.
412#CONFIG_DYNAMIC_EAP_METHODS=y
413
414# IEEE Std 802.11r-2008 (Fast BSS Transition)
415#CONFIG_IEEE80211R=y
416
417# Add support for writing debug log to a file (/tmp/wpa_supplicant-log-#.txt)
418#CONFIG_DEBUG_FILE=y
419
420# Send debug messages to syslog instead of stdout
421#CONFIG_DEBUG_SYSLOG=y
422# Set syslog facility for debug messages
423#CONFIG_DEBUG_SYSLOG_FACILITY=LOG_DAEMON
424
425# Add support for sending all debug messages (regardless of debug verbosity)
426# to the Linux kernel tracing facility. This helps debug the entire stack by
427# making it easy to record everything happening from the driver up into the
428# same file, e.g., using trace-cmd.
429#CONFIG_DEBUG_LINUX_TRACING=y
430
431# Enable privilege separation (see README 'Privilege separation' for details)
432#CONFIG_PRIVSEP=y
433
434# Enable mitigation against certain attacks against TKIP by delaying Michael
435# MIC error reports by a random amount of time between 0 and 60 seconds
436#CONFIG_DELAYED_MIC_ERROR_REPORT=y
437
438# Enable tracing code for developer debugging
439# This tracks use of memory allocations and other registrations and reports
440# incorrect use with a backtrace of call (or allocation) location.
441#CONFIG_WPA_TRACE=y
442# For BSD, uncomment these.
443#LIBS += -lexecinfo
444#LIBS_p += -lexecinfo
445#LIBS_c += -lexecinfo
446
447# Use libbfd to get more details for developer debugging
448# This enables use of libbfd to get more detailed symbols for the backtraces
449# generated by CONFIG_WPA_TRACE=y.
450#CONFIG_WPA_TRACE_BFD=y
451# For BSD, uncomment these.
452#LIBS += -lbfd -liberty -lz
453#LIBS_p += -lbfd -liberty -lz
454#LIBS_c += -lbfd -liberty -lz
455
456CONFIG_TLS = gnutls
457CONFIG_CTRL_IFACE_DBUS=y
458CONFIG_CTRL_IFACE_DBUS_NEW=y
459
460# wpa_supplicant depends on strong random number generation being available
461# from the operating system. os_get_random() function is used to fetch random
462# data when needed, e.g., for key generation. On Linux and BSD systems, this
463# works by reading /dev/urandom. It should be noted that the OS entropy pool
464# needs to be properly initialized before wpa_supplicant is started. This is
465# important especially on embedded devices that do not have a hardware random
466# number generator and may by default start up with minimal entropy available
467# for random number generation.
468#
469# As a safety net, wpa_supplicant is by default trying to internally collect
470# additional entropy for generating random data to mix in with the data fetched
471# from the OS. This by itself is not considered to be very strong, but it may
472# help in cases where the system pool is not initialized properly. However, it
473# is very strongly recommended that the system pool is initialized with enough
474# entropy either by using hardware assisted random number generator or by
475# storing state over device reboots.
476#
477# wpa_supplicant can be configured to maintain its own entropy store over
478# restarts to enhance random number generation. This is not perfect, but it is
479# much more secure than using the same sequence of random numbers after every
480# reboot. This can be enabled with -e<entropy file> command line option. The
481# specified file needs to be readable and writable by wpa_supplicant.
482#
483# If the os_get_random() is known to provide strong random data (e.g., on
484# Linux/BSD, the board in question is known to have reliable source of random
485# data from /dev/urandom), the internal wpa_supplicant random pool can be
486# disabled. This will save some in binary size and CPU use. However, this
487# should only be considered for builds that are known to be used on devices
488# that meet the requirements described above.
489#CONFIG_NO_RANDOM_POOL=y
490
491# IEEE 802.11n (High Throughput) support (mainly for AP mode)
492#CONFIG_IEEE80211N=y
493
494# IEEE 802.11ac (Very High Throughput) support (mainly for AP mode)
495# (depends on CONFIG_IEEE80211N)
496#CONFIG_IEEE80211AC=y
497
498# Wireless Network Management (IEEE Std 802.11v-2011)
499# Note: This is experimental and not complete implementation.
500#CONFIG_WNM=y
501
502# Interworking (IEEE 802.11u)
503# This can be used to enable functionality to improve interworking with
504# external networks (GAS/ANQP to learn more about the networks and network
505# selection based on available credentials).
506#CONFIG_INTERWORKING=y
507
508# Hotspot 2.0
509#CONFIG_HS20=y
510
511# Disable roaming in wpa_supplicant
512#CONFIG_NO_ROAMING=y
513
514# AP mode operations with wpa_supplicant
515# This can be used for controlling AP mode operations with wpa_supplicant. It
516# should be noted that this is mainly aimed at simple cases like
517# WPA2-Personal while more complex configurations like WPA2-Enterprise with an
518# external RADIUS server can be supported with hostapd.
519CONFIG_AP=y
520
521CONFIG_BGSCAN_SIMPLE=y
522
523# P2P (Wi-Fi Direct)
524# This can be used to enable P2P support in wpa_supplicant. See README-P2P for
525# more information on P2P operations.
526#CONFIG_P2P=y
527
528# Enable TDLS support
529#CONFIG_TDLS=y
530
531# Wi-Fi Direct
532# This can be used to enable Wi-Fi Direct extensions for P2P using an external
533# program to control the additional information exchanges in the messages.
534#CONFIG_WIFI_DISPLAY=y
535
536# Autoscan
537# This can be used to enable automatic scan support in wpa_supplicant.
538# See wpa_supplicant.conf for more information on autoscan usage.
539#
540# Enabling directly a module will enable autoscan support.
541# For exponential module:
542CONFIG_AUTOSCAN_EXPONENTIAL=y
543# For periodic module:
544#CONFIG_AUTOSCAN_PERIODIC=y
545
546# Password (and passphrase, etc.) backend for external storage
547# These optional mechanisms can be used to add support for storing passwords
548# and other secrets in external (to wpa_supplicant) location. This allows, for
549# example, operating system specific key storage to be used
550#
551# External password backend for testing purposes (developer use)
552#CONFIG_EXT_PASSWORD_TEST=y