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How do I set up concurrent APSTA in Linux-based WLAN chips?
In order to set up concurrent Access Point (AP) and STA (Station) for WLAN chips hosted by a Linux-based system, you must first install the following utilities and drivers listed as pre-requisites before proceeding with the instructions to set up APSTA.