File:  [DragonFly] / src / sys / dev / netif / wi / if_wireg.h
Revision 1.3: download - view: text, annotated - select for diffs
Thu Feb 12 00:00:18 2004 UTC (10 years, 9 months ago) by dillon
Branches: MAIN
CVS tags: HEAD, DragonFly_1_0_REL, DragonFly_1_0_RC1, DragonFly_1_0A_REL
sys/dev __FreeBSD__ -> __DragonFly__ cleanups.

Submitted-by: Aaron Malone <aaron@munge.net>

    1: /*
    2:  * Copyright (c) 1997, 1998, 1999
    3:  *	Bill Paul <wpaul@ctr.columbia.edu>.  All rights reserved.
    4:  *
    5:  * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
    6:  * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
    7:  * are met:
    8:  * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
    9:  *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
   10:  * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
   11:  *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
   12:  *    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
   13:  * 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software
   14:  *    must display the following acknowledgement:
   15:  *	This product includes software developed by Bill Paul.
   16:  * 4. Neither the name of the author nor the names of any co-contributors
   17:  *    may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
   18:  *    without specific prior written permission.
   19:  *
   20:  * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY Bill Paul AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
   21:  * ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
   22:  * IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
   23:  * ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN NO EVENT SHALL Bill Paul OR THE VOICES IN HIS HEAD
   24:  * BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
   25:  * CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
   26:  * SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
   27:  * INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
   28:  * CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
   29:  * ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF
   30:  * THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
   31:  *
   32:  * $FreeBSD: src/sys/dev/wi/if_wireg.h,v 1.31.2.2 2002/08/02 07:11:34 imp Exp $
   33:  * $DragonFly: src/sys/dev/netif/wi/if_wireg.h,v 1.3 2004/02/12 00:00:18 dillon Exp $
   34:  */
   35: 
   36: #define WI_DELAY	5
   37: #define WI_TIMEOUT	(500000/WI_DELAY)	/* 500 ms */
   38: 
   39: #define WI_PORT0	0
   40: #define WI_PORT1	1
   41: #define WI_PORT2	2
   42: #define WI_PORT3	3
   43: #define WI_PORT4	4
   44: #define WI_PORT5	5
   45: 
   46: #define WI_PCI_LMEMRES	0x10	/* PCI Memory (native PCI implementations) */
   47: #define WI_PCI_LOCALRES	0x14	/* The PLX chip's local registers */
   48: #define WI_PCI_MEMRES	0x18	/* The PCCard's attribute memory */
   49: #define WI_PCI_IORES	0x1C	/* The PCCard's I/O space */
   50: 
   51: #define WI_LOCAL_INTCSR		0x4c
   52: #define WI_LOCAL_INTEN		0x40
   53: #define WI_HFA384X_SWSUPPORT0_OFF	0x28
   54: #define WI_PRISM2STA_MAGIC		0x4A2D
   55: #define WI_HFA384X_PCICOR_OFF		0x26
   56: 
   57: /* Default port: 0 (only 0 exists on stations) */
   58: #define WI_DEFAULT_PORT	(WI_PORT0 << 8)
   59: 
   60: /* Default TX rate: 2Mbps, auto fallback */
   61: #define WI_DEFAULT_TX_RATE	3
   62: 
   63: /* Default network name: ANY */
   64: /*
   65:  * [sommerfeld 1999/07/15] Changed from "ANY" to ""; according to Bill Fenner,
   66:  * ANY is used in MS driver user interfaces, while "" is used over the
   67:  * wire..
   68:  */
   69: #define WI_DEFAULT_NETNAME	""
   70: 
   71: #define WI_DEFAULT_AP_DENSITY	1
   72: 
   73: #define WI_DEFAULT_RTS_THRESH	2347
   74: 
   75: #define WI_DEFAULT_DATALEN	2304
   76: 
   77: #define WI_DEFAULT_CREATE_IBSS	0
   78: 
   79: #define WI_DEFAULT_PM_ENABLED	0
   80: 
   81: #define WI_DEFAULT_MAX_SLEEP	100
   82: 
   83: #define WI_DEFAULT_ROAMING	1
   84: 
   85: #define WI_DEFAULT_AUTHTYPE	1
   86: 
   87: #ifdef __NetBSD__
   88: #define OS_STRING_NAME	"NetBSD"
   89: #endif
   90: #ifdef __DragonFly__
   91: #define OS_STRING_NAME	"DragonFly"
   92: #endif
   93: #ifdef __OpenBSD__
   94: #define OS_STRING_NAME	"OpenBSD"
   95: #endif
   96: 
   97: #define WI_DEFAULT_NODENAME	OS_STRING_NAME " WaveLAN/IEEE node"
   98: 
   99: #define WI_DEFAULT_IBSS		OS_STRING_NAME " IBSS"
  100: 
  101: #define WI_DEFAULT_CHAN		3
  102: 
  103: #define WI_BUS_PCCARD		0	/* pccard device */
  104: #define WI_BUS_PCI_PLX		1	/* PCI card w/ PLX PCI/PCMICA bridge */
  105: #define WI_BUS_PCI_NATIVE	2	/* native PCI device (Prism 2.5) */
  106: 
  107: /*
  108:  * register space access macros
  109:  */
  110: #define CSR_WRITE_4(sc, reg, val)				\
  111: 	bus_space_write_4((sc)->wi_btag, (sc)->wi_bhandle, 	\
  112: 	    (sc)->wi_bus_type == WI_BUS_PCI_NATIVE ? (reg)*2 : (reg), val)
  113: #define CSR_WRITE_2(sc, reg, val)				\
  114: 	bus_space_write_2((sc)->wi_btag, (sc)->wi_bhandle,	\
  115:  	    (sc)->wi_bus_type == WI_BUS_PCI_NATIVE ? (reg)*2 : (reg), val)
  116: #define CSR_WRITE_1(sc, reg, val)				\
  117: 	bus_space_write_1((sc)->wi_btag, (sc)->wi_bhandle,	\
  118:  	    (sc)->wi_bus_type == WI_BUS_PCI_NATIVE ? (reg)*2 : (reg), val)
  119: 
  120: #define CSR_READ_4(sc, reg)					\
  121: 	bus_space_read_4((sc)->wi_btag, (sc)->wi_bhandle,	\
  122:  	    (sc)->wi_bus_type == WI_BUS_PCI_NATIVE ? (reg)*2 : (reg))
  123: #define CSR_READ_2(sc, reg)					\
  124: 	bus_space_read_2((sc)->wi_btag, (sc)->wi_bhandle,	\
  125:  	    (sc)->wi_bus_type == WI_BUS_PCI_NATIVE ? (reg)*2 : (reg))
  126: #define CSR_READ_1(sc, reg)					\
  127: 	bus_space_read_1((sc)->wi_btag, (sc)->wi_bhandle,	\
  128:  	    (sc)->wi_bus_type == WI_BUS_PCI_NATIVE ? (reg)*2 : (reg))
  129: 
  130: #define CSM_WRITE_1(sc, off, val)	\
  131: 	bus_space_write_1((sc)->wi_bmemtag, (sc)->wi_bmemhandle, off, val)
  132: 
  133: #define CSM_READ_1(sc, off)		\
  134: 	bus_space_read_1((sc)->wi_bmemtag, (sc)->wi_bmemhandle, off)
  135: 
  136: /*
  137:  * The WaveLAN/IEEE cards contain an 802.11 MAC controller which Lucent
  138:  * calls 'Hermes.' In typical fashion, getting documentation about this
  139:  * controller is about as easy as squeezing blood from a stone. Here
  140:  * is more or less what I know:
  141:  *
  142:  * - The Hermes controller is firmware driven, and the host interacts
  143:  *   with the Hermes via a firmware interface, which can change.
  144:  *
  145:  * - The Hermes is described in a document called: "Hermes Firmware
  146:  *   WaveLAN/IEEE Station Functions," document #010245, which of course
  147:  *   Lucent will not release without an NDA.
  148:  *
  149:  * - Lucent has created a library called HCF (Hardware Control Functions)
  150:  *   though which it wants developers to interact with the card. The HCF
  151:  *   is needlessly complex, ill conceived and badly documented. Actually,
  152:  *   the comments in the HCP code itself aren't bad, but the publically
  153:  *   available manual that comes with it is awful, probably due largely to
  154:  *   the fact that it has been emasculated in order to hide information
  155:  *   that Lucent wants to keep proprietary. The purpose of the HCF seems
  156:  *   to be to insulate the driver programmer from the Hermes itself so that
  157:  *   Lucent has an excuse not to release programming in for it.
  158:  *
  159:  * - Lucent only makes available documentation and code for 'HCF Light'
  160:  *   which is a stripped down version of HCF with certain features not
  161:  *   implemented, most notably support for 802.11 frames.
  162:  *
  163:  * - The HCF code which I have seen blows goats. Whoever decided to
  164:  *   use a 132 column format should be shot.
  165:  *
  166:  * Rather than actually use the Lucent HCF library, I have stripped all
  167:  * the useful information from it and used it to create a driver in the
  168:  * usual BSD form. Note: I don't want to hear anybody whining about the
  169:  * fact that the Lucent code is GPLed and mine isn't. I did not actually
  170:  * put any of Lucent's code in this driver: I only used it as a reference
  171:  * to obtain information about the underlying hardware. The Hermes
  172:  * programming interface is not GPLed, so bite me.
  173:  */
  174: 
  175: /*
  176:  * Size of Hermes & Prism2 I/O space.
  177:  */
  178: #define WI_IOSIZ		0x40
  179: 
  180: /*
  181:  * Hermes & Prism2 register definitions 
  182:  */
  183: 
  184: /* Hermes command/status registers. */
  185: #define WI_COMMAND		0x00
  186: #define WI_PARAM0		0x02
  187: #define WI_PARAM1		0x04
  188: #define WI_PARAM2		0x06
  189: #define WI_STATUS		0x08
  190: #define WI_RESP0		0x0A
  191: #define WI_RESP1		0x0C
  192: #define WI_RESP2		0x0E
  193: 
  194: /* Command register values. */
  195: #define WI_CMD_BUSY		0x8000 /* busy bit */
  196: #define WI_CMD_INI		0x0000 /* initialize */
  197: #define WI_CMD_ENABLE		0x0001 /* enable */
  198: #define WI_CMD_DISABLE		0x0002 /* disable */
  199: #define WI_CMD_DIAG		0x0003
  200: #define WI_CMD_ALLOC_MEM	0x000A /* allocate NIC memory */
  201: #define WI_CMD_TX		0x000B /* transmit */
  202: #define WI_CMD_NOTIFY		0x0010
  203: #define WI_CMD_INQUIRE		0x0011
  204: #define WI_CMD_ACCESS		0x0021
  205: #define WI_CMD_PROGRAM		0x0022
  206: 
  207: #define WI_CMD_CODE_MASK	0x003F
  208: 
  209: /*
  210:  * Reclaim qualifier bit, applicable to the
  211:  * TX and INQUIRE commands.
  212:  */
  213: #define WI_RECLAIM		0x0100 /* reclaim NIC memory */
  214: 
  215: /*
  216:  * ACCESS command qualifier bits.
  217:  */
  218: #define WI_ACCESS_READ		0x0000
  219: #define WI_ACCESS_WRITE		0x0100
  220: 
  221: /*
  222:  * PROGRAM command qualifier bits.
  223:  */
  224: #define WI_PROGRAM_DISABLE	0x0000
  225: #define WI_PROGRAM_ENABLE_RAM	0x0100
  226: #define WI_PROGRAM_ENABLE_NVRAM	0x0200
  227: #define WI_PROGRAM_NVRAM	0x0300
  228: 
  229: /* Status register values */
  230: #define WI_STAT_CMD_CODE	0x003F
  231: #define WI_STAT_DIAG_ERR	0x0100
  232: #define WI_STAT_INQ_ERR		0x0500
  233: #define WI_STAT_CMD_RESULT	0x7F00
  234: 
  235: /* memory handle management registers */
  236: #define WI_INFO_FID		0x10
  237: #define WI_RX_FID		0x20
  238: #define WI_ALLOC_FID		0x22
  239: #define WI_TX_CMP_FID		0x24
  240: 
  241: /*
  242:  * Buffer Access Path (BAP) registers.
  243:  * These are I/O channels. I believe you can use each one for
  244:  * any desired purpose independently of the other. In general
  245:  * though, we use BAP1 for reading and writing LTV records and
  246:  * reading received data frames, and BAP0 for writing transmit
  247:  * frames. This is a convention though, not a rule.
  248:  */
  249: #define WI_SEL0			0x18
  250: #define WI_SEL1			0x1A
  251: #define WI_OFF0			0x1C
  252: #define WI_OFF1			0x1E
  253: #define WI_DATA0		0x36
  254: #define WI_DATA1		0x38
  255: #define WI_BAP0			WI_DATA0
  256: #define WI_BAP1			WI_DATA1
  257: 
  258: #define WI_OFF_BUSY		0x8000
  259: #define WI_OFF_ERR		0x4000
  260: #define WI_OFF_DATAOFF		0x0FFF
  261: 
  262: /* Event registers */
  263: #define WI_EVENT_STAT		0x30	/* Event status */
  264: #define WI_INT_EN		0x32	/* Interrupt enable/disable */
  265: #define WI_EVENT_ACK		0x34	/* Ack event */
  266: 
  267: /* Events */
  268: #define WI_EV_TICK		0x8000	/* aux timer tick */
  269: #define WI_EV_RES		0x4000	/* controller h/w error (time out) */
  270: #define WI_EV_INFO_DROP		0x2000	/* no RAM to build unsolicited frame */
  271: #define WI_EV_NO_CARD		0x0800	/* card removed (hunh?) */
  272: #define WI_EV_DUIF_RX		0x0400	/* wavelan management packet received */
  273: #define WI_EV_INFO		0x0080	/* async info frame */
  274: #define WI_EV_CMD		0x0010	/* command completed */
  275: #define WI_EV_ALLOC		0x0008	/* async alloc/reclaim completed */
  276: #define WI_EV_TX_EXC		0x0004	/* async xmit completed with failure */
  277: #define WI_EV_TX		0x0002	/* async xmit completed succesfully */
  278: #define WI_EV_RX		0x0001	/* async rx completed */
  279: 
  280: #define WI_INTRS	\
  281: 	(WI_EV_RX|WI_EV_TX|WI_EV_TX_EXC|WI_EV_ALLOC|WI_EV_INFO|WI_EV_INFO_DROP)
  282: 
  283: /* Host software registers */
  284: #define WI_SW0			0x28
  285: #define WI_SW1			0x2A
  286: #define WI_SW2			0x2C
  287: #define WI_SW3			0x2E 	/* does not appear in Prism2 */
  288: 
  289: #define WI_CNTL			0x14
  290: 
  291: #define WI_CNTL_AUX_ENA		0xC000
  292: #define WI_CNTL_AUX_ENA_STAT	0xC000
  293: #define WI_CNTL_AUX_DIS_STAT	0x0000
  294: #define WI_CNTL_AUX_ENA_CNTL	0x8000
  295: #define WI_CNTL_AUX_DIS_CNTL	0x4000
  296: 
  297: #define WI_AUX_PAGE		0x3A
  298: #define WI_AUX_OFFSET		0x3C
  299: #define WI_AUX_DATA		0x3E
  300: 
  301: #define WI_COR_OFFSET	0x3e0
  302: #define WI_COR_VALUE	0x41
  303: 
  304: /*
  305:  * One form of communication with the Hermes is with what Lucent calls
  306:  * LTV records, where LTV stands for Length, Type and Value. The length
  307:  * and type are 16 bits and are in native byte order. The value is in
  308:  * multiples of 16 bits and is in little endian byte order.
  309:  */
  310: struct wi_ltv_gen {
  311: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  312: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  313: 	u_int16_t		wi_val;
  314: };
  315: 
  316: struct wi_ltv_str {
  317: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  318: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  319: 	u_int16_t		wi_str[17];
  320: };
  321: 
  322: #define WI_SETVAL(recno, val)			\
  323: 	do {					\
  324: 		struct wi_ltv_gen	g;	\
  325: 						\
  326: 		g.wi_len = 2;			\
  327: 		g.wi_type = recno;		\
  328: 		g.wi_val = htole16(val);	\
  329: 		wi_write_record(sc, &g);	\
  330: 	} while (0)
  331: 
  332: #define WI_SETSTR(recno, str)					\
  333: 	do {							\
  334: 		struct wi_ltv_str	s;			\
  335: 		int			l;			\
  336: 								\
  337: 		l = (strlen(str) + 1) & ~0x1;			\
  338: 		bzero((char *)&s, sizeof(s));			\
  339: 		s.wi_len = (l / 2) + 2;				\
  340: 		s.wi_type = recno;				\
  341: 		s.wi_str[0] = htole16(strlen(str));		\
  342: 		bcopy(str, (char *)&s.wi_str[1], strlen(str));	\
  343: 		wi_write_record(sc, (struct wi_ltv_gen *)&s);	\
  344: 	} while (0)
  345: 
  346: /*
  347:  * Download buffer location and length (0xFD01).
  348:  */
  349: struct wi_ltv_dnld_buf {
  350: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  351: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  352: 	u_int16_t		wi_buf_pg; /* page addr of intermediate dl buf*/
  353: 	u_int16_t		wi_buf_off; /* offset of idb */
  354: 	u_int16_t		wi_buf_len; /* len of idb */
  355: };
  356: 
  357: /*
  358:  * Mem sizes (0xFD02).
  359:  */
  360: struct wi_ltv_memsz {
  361: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  362: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  363: 	u_int16_t		wi_mem_ram;
  364: 	u_int16_t		wi_mem_nvram;
  365: };
  366: 
  367: /*
  368:  * NIC Identification (0xFD0B, 0xFD20)
  369:  */
  370: struct wi_ltv_ver {
  371: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  372: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  373: 	u_int16_t		wi_ver[4];
  374: };
  375: 
  376: /* define card ident */
  377: #define	WI_NIC_LUCENT_ID	0x0001
  378: #define	WI_NIC_LUCENT_STR	"Lucent Technologies, WaveLAN/IEEE"
  379: 
  380: #define	WI_NIC_SONY_ID		0x0002
  381: #define	WI_NIC_SONY_STR		"Sony WaveLAN/IEEE"
  382: 
  383: #define	WI_NIC_LUCENT_EMB_ID	0x0005
  384: #define	WI_NIC_LUCENT_EMB_STR	"Lucent Embedded WaveLAN/IEEE"
  385: 
  386: #define	WI_NIC_EVB2_ID		0x8000
  387: #define	WI_NIC_EVB2_STR		"RF:PRISM2 MAC:HFA3841"
  388: 
  389: #define	WI_NIC_HWB3763_ID	0x8001
  390: #define	WI_NIC_HWB3763_STR	"RF:PRISM2 MAC:HFA3841 CARD:HWB3763 rev.B"
  391: 
  392: #define	WI_NIC_HWB3163_ID	0x8002
  393: #define	WI_NIC_HWB3163_STR	"RF:PRISM2 MAC:HFA3841 CARD:HWB3163 rev.A"
  394: 
  395: #define	WI_NIC_HWB3163B_ID	0x8003
  396: #define	WI_NIC_HWB3163B_STR	"RF:PRISM2 MAC:HFA3841 CARD:HWB3163 rev.B"
  397: 
  398: #define	WI_NIC_EVB3_ID		0x8004
  399: #define	WI_NIC_EVB3_STR		"RF:PRISM2 MAC:HFA3842 CARD:HFA3842 EVAL"
  400: 
  401: #define	WI_NIC_HWB1153_ID	0x8007
  402: #define	WI_NIC_HWB1153_STR	"RF:PRISM1 MAC:HFA3841 CARD:HWB1153"
  403: 
  404: #define	WI_NIC_P2_SST_ID	0x8008	/* Prism2 with SST flush */
  405: #define	WI_NIC_P2_SST_STR	"RF:PRISM2 MAC:HFA3841 CARD:HWB3163-SST-flash"
  406: 
  407: #define	WI_NIC_EVB2_SST_ID	0x8009
  408: #define	WI_NIC_EVB2_SST_STR	"RF:PRISM2 MAC:HFA3841 CARD:HWB3163-SST-flash"
  409: 
  410: #define	WI_NIC_3842_EVA_ID	0x800A	/* 3842 Evaluation Board */
  411: #define	WI_NIC_3842_EVA_STR	"RF:PRISM2 MAC:HFA3842 CARD:HFA3842 EVAL"
  412: 
  413: #define	WI_NIC_3842_PCMCIA_AMD_ID	0x800B	/* Prism2.5 PCMCIA */
  414: #define	WI_NIC_3842_PCMCIA_SST_ID	0x800C
  415: #define	WI_NIC_3842_PCMCIA_ATM_ID	0x800D
  416: #define	WI_NIC_3842_PCMCIA_STR		"RF:PRISM2.5 MAC:ISL3873"
  417: 
  418: #define	WI_NIC_3842_MINI_AMD_ID		0x8012	/* Prism2.5 Mini-PCI */
  419: #define	WI_NIC_3842_MINI_SST_ID		0x8013
  420: #define	WI_NIC_3842_MINI_ATM_ID		0x8014
  421: #define	WI_NIC_3842_MINI_STR		"RF:PRISM2.5 MAC:ISL3874A(Mini-PCI)"
  422: 
  423: #define	WI_NIC_3842_PCI_AMD_ID		0x8016	/* Prism2.5 PCI-bridge */
  424: #define	WI_NIC_3842_PCI_SST_ID		0x8017
  425: #define	WI_NIC_3842_PCI_ATM_ID		0x8018
  426: #define	WI_NIC_3842_PCI_STR		"RF:PRISM2.5 MAC:ISL3874A(PCI-bridge)"
  427: 
  428: #define	WI_NIC_P3_PCMCIA_AMD_ID		0x801A	/* Prism3 PCMCIA */
  429: #define	WI_NIC_P3_PCMCIA_SST_ID		0x801B
  430: #define	WI_NIC_P3_PCMCIA_STR		"RF:PRISM3(PCMCIA)"
  431: 
  432: #define	WI_NIC_P3_MINI_AMD_ID		0x8021	/* Prism3 Mini-PCI */
  433: #define	WI_NIC_P3_MINI_SST_ID		0x8022
  434: #define	WI_NIC_P3_MINI_STR		"RF:PRISM3(Mini-PCI)"
  435: 
  436: /*
  437:  * List of intended regulatory domains (0xFD11).
  438:  */
  439: struct wi_ltv_domains {
  440: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  441: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  442: 	u_int16_t		wi_domains[6];
  443: };
  444: 
  445: /*
  446:  * CIS struct (0xFD13).
  447:  */
  448: struct wi_ltv_cis {
  449: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  450: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  451: 	u_int16_t		wi_cis[240];
  452: };
  453: 
  454: /*
  455:  * Communications quality (0xFD43).
  456:  */
  457: struct wi_ltv_commqual {
  458: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  459: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  460: 	u_int16_t		wi_coms_qual;
  461: 	u_int16_t		wi_sig_lvl;
  462: 	u_int16_t		wi_noise_lvl;
  463: };
  464: 
  465: /*
  466:  * Actual system scale thresholds (0xFC06, 0xFD46).
  467:  */
  468: struct wi_ltv_scalethresh {
  469: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  470: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  471: 	u_int16_t		wi_energy_detect;
  472: 	u_int16_t		wi_carrier_detect;
  473: 	u_int16_t		wi_defer;
  474: 	u_int16_t		wi_cell_search;
  475: 	u_int16_t		wi_out_of_range;
  476: 	u_int16_t		wi_delta_snr;
  477: };
  478: 
  479: /*
  480:  * PCF info struct (0xFD87).
  481:  */
  482: struct wi_ltv_pcf {
  483: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  484: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  485: 	u_int16_t		wi_energy_detect;
  486: 	u_int16_t		wi_carrier_detect;
  487: 	u_int16_t		wi_defer;
  488: 	u_int16_t		wi_cell_search;
  489: 	u_int16_t		wi_range;
  490: };
  491: 
  492: /*
  493:  * Connection control characteristics. (0xFC00)
  494:  * 0 == IBSS (802.11 compliant mode) (Only PRISM2)
  495:  * 1 == Basic Service Set (BSS)
  496:  * 2 == Wireless Distribudion System (WDS)
  497:  * 3 == Pseudo IBSS 
  498:  *	(Only PRISM2; not 802.11 compliant mode, testing use only)
  499:  * 6 == HOST AP (Only PRISM2)
  500:  */
  501: #define WI_PORTTYPE_BSS		0x1
  502: #define WI_PORTTYPE_WDS		0x2
  503: #define WI_PORTTYPE_ADHOC	0x3
  504: #define WI_PORTTYPE_IBSS	0x4
  505: #define WI_PORTTYPE_AP		0x6
  506: 
  507: /*
  508:  * Mac addresses. (0xFC01, 0xFC08)
  509:  */
  510: struct wi_ltv_macaddr {
  511: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  512: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  513: 	u_int16_t		wi_mac_addr[3];
  514: };
  515: 
  516: /*
  517:  * Station set identification (SSID). (0xFC02, 0xFC04)
  518:  */
  519: struct wi_ltv_ssid {
  520: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  521: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  522: 	u_int16_t		wi_id[17];
  523: };
  524: 
  525: /*
  526:  * Set our station name. (0xFC0E)
  527:  */
  528: struct wi_ltv_nodename {
  529: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  530: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  531: 	u_int16_t		wi_nodename[17];
  532: };
  533: 
  534: /*
  535:  * Multicast addresses to be put in filter. We're
  536:  * allowed up to 16 addresses in the filter. (0xFC80)
  537:  */
  538: struct wi_ltv_mcast {
  539: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;
  540: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;
  541: 	struct ether_addr	wi_mcast[16];
  542: };
  543: 
  544: /*
  545:  * supported rates. (0xFCB4)
  546:  */
  547: #define WI_SUPPRATES_1M		0x0001
  548: #define WI_SUPPRATES_2M		0x0002
  549: #define WI_SUPPRATES_5M		0x0004
  550: #define WI_SUPPRATES_11M	0x0008
  551: #define	WI_RATES_BITS	"\20\0011M\0022M\0035.5M\00411M"
  552: 
  553: /*
  554:  * Information frame types.
  555:  */
  556: #define WI_INFO_NOTIFY		0xF000	/* Handover address */
  557: #define WI_INFO_COUNTERS	0xF100	/* Statistics counters */
  558: #define WI_INFO_SCAN_RESULTS	0xF101	/* Scan results */
  559: #define WI_INFO_LINK_STAT	0xF200	/* Link status */
  560: #define WI_INFO_ASSOC_STAT	0xF201	/* Association status */
  561: 
  562: /*
  563:  * Hermes transmit/receive frame structure
  564:  */
  565: struct wi_frame {
  566: 	u_int16_t		wi_status;	/* 0x00 */
  567: 	u_int16_t		wi_rsvd0;	/* 0x02 */
  568: 	u_int16_t		wi_rsvd1;	/* 0x04 */
  569: 	u_int16_t		wi_q_info;	/* 0x06 */
  570: 	u_int16_t		wi_rsvd2;	/* 0x08 */
  571: 	u_int8_t		wi_tx_rtry;	/* 0x0A */
  572: 	u_int8_t		wi_tx_rate;	/* 0x0B */
  573: 	u_int16_t		wi_tx_ctl;	/* 0x0C */
  574: 	u_int16_t		wi_frame_ctl;	/* 0x0E */
  575: 	u_int16_t		wi_id;		/* 0x10 */
  576: 	u_int8_t		wi_addr1[6];	/* 0x12 */
  577: 	u_int8_t		wi_addr2[6];	/* 0x18 */
  578: 	u_int8_t		wi_addr3[6];	/* 0x1E */
  579: 	u_int16_t		wi_seq_ctl;	/* 0x24 */
  580: 	u_int8_t		wi_addr4[6];	/* 0x26 */
  581: 	u_int16_t		wi_dat_len;	/* 0x2C */
  582: 	u_int8_t		wi_dst_addr[6];	/* 0x2E */
  583: 	u_int8_t		wi_src_addr[6];	/* 0x34 */
  584: 	u_int16_t		wi_len;		/* 0x3A */
  585: 	u_int16_t		wi_dat[3];	/* 0x3C */ /* SNAP header */
  586: 	u_int16_t		wi_type;	/* 0x42 */
  587: };
  588: 
  589: #define WI_802_3_OFFSET		0x2E
  590: #define WI_802_11_OFFSET	0x44
  591: #define WI_802_11_OFFSET_RAW	0x3C
  592: #define WI_802_11_OFFSET_HDR    0x0E
  593: 
  594: #define WI_STAT_BADCRC		0x0001
  595: #define WI_STAT_UNDECRYPTABLE	0x0002
  596: #define WI_STAT_ERRSTAT		0x0003
  597: #define WI_STAT_MAC_PORT	0x0700
  598: #define WI_STAT_1042		0x2000	/* RFC1042 encoded */
  599: #define WI_STAT_TUNNEL		0x4000	/* Bridge-tunnel encoded */
  600: #define WI_STAT_WMP_MSG		0x6000	/* WaveLAN-II management protocol */
  601: #define WI_STAT_MGMT		0x8000	/* 802.11b management frames */
  602: #define WI_RXSTAT_MSG_TYPE	0xE000
  603: 
  604: #define WI_ENC_TX_802_3		0x00
  605: #define WI_ENC_TX_802_11	0x11
  606: #define WI_ENC_TX_MGMT		0x08
  607: #define WI_ENC_TX_E_II		0x0E
  608: 
  609: #define WI_ENC_TX_1042		0x00
  610: #define WI_ENC_TX_TUNNEL	0xF8
  611: 
  612: #define WI_TXCNTL_MACPORT	0x00FF
  613: #define WI_TXCNTL_STRUCTTYPE	0xFF00
  614: #define WI_TXCNTL_TX_EX		0x0004
  615: #define WI_TXCNTL_TX_OK		0x0002
  616: #define WI_TXCNTL_NOCRYPT	0x0080
  617: 
  618: /*
  619:  * SNAP (sub-network access protocol) constants for transmission
  620:  * of IP datagrams over IEEE 802 networks, taken from RFC1042.
  621:  * We need these for the LLC/SNAP header fields in the TX/RX frame
  622:  * structure.
  623:  */
  624: #define WI_SNAP_K1		0xaa	/* assigned global SAP for SNAP */
  625: #define WI_SNAP_K2		0x00
  626: #define WI_SNAP_CONTROL		0x03	/* unnumbered information format */
  627: #define WI_SNAP_WORD0		(WI_SNAP_K1 | (WI_SNAP_K1 << 8))
  628: #define WI_SNAP_WORD1		(WI_SNAP_K2 | (WI_SNAP_CONTROL << 8))
  629: #define WI_SNAPHDR_LEN		0x6
  630: #define WI_FCS_LEN		0x4