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My consideration is that how to detect Wi-Fi access security type automatically as Wi-Fi client side just know a Wi-Fi AP’s SSID and passkey code not for Wi-Fi access security type such as WEP/WPA/WPA2 and so on.
Would please help me on that how to detect the Wi-Fi access security type on Wi-Fi client side? For example, our laptop can be easly able to connect an external Wi-Fi AP just using by Wi-Fi passkey code without using entering the Wi-Fi access security type.
Are you simply trying to make it so that the user doesn't need to provide the WiFi AP's security type? If so, I believe the Config_Mode snip does this. It initiates a scan of all available WiFi APs, and part of the information returned in that scan includes the security type, so that might be a place to start looking.
when you do a scan, the software will report back the security type if you want to know it. you however don't need to do anything with that info either, the system will work with the router to ensure the correct pass key is given.