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# SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0-only
config WLAN_VENDOR_CISCO
bool "Cisco devices"
default y
---help---
If you have a wireless card belonging to this class, say Y.
Note that the answer to this question doesn't directly affect the
kernel: saying N will just cause the configurator to skip all the
questions about these cards. If you say Y, you will be asked for
your specific card in the following questions.
if WLAN_VENDOR_CISCO
config AIRO
tristate "Cisco/Aironet 34X/35X/4500/4800 ISA and PCI cards"
depends on CFG80211 && ISA_DMA_API && (PCI || BROKEN)
select WIRELESS_EXT
select CRYPTO
select CRYPTO_SKCIPHER
select WEXT_SPY
select WEXT_PRIV
---help---
This is the standard Linux driver to support Cisco/Aironet ISA and
PCI 802.11 wireless cards.
It supports the new 802.11b cards from Cisco (Cisco 34X, Cisco 35X
- with or without encryption) as well as card before the Cisco
acquisition (Aironet 4500, Aironet 4800, Aironet 4800B).
This driver support both the standard Linux Wireless Extensions
and Cisco proprietary API, so both the Linux Wireless Tools and the
Cisco Linux utilities can be used to configure the card.
The driver can be compiled as a module and will be named "airo".
config AIRO_CS
tristate "Cisco/Aironet 34X/35X/4500/4800 PCMCIA cards"
depends on CFG80211 && PCMCIA
select WIRELESS_EXT
select WEXT_SPY
select WEXT_PRIV
select CRYPTO
select CRYPTO_AES
select CRYPTO_CTR
---help---
This is the standard Linux driver to support Cisco/Aironet PCMCIA
802.11 wireless cards. This driver is the same as the Aironet
driver part of the Linux Pcmcia package.
It supports the new 802.11b cards from Cisco (Cisco 34X, Cisco 35X
- with or without encryption) as well as card before the Cisco
acquisition (Aironet 4500, Aironet 4800, Aironet 4800B). It also
supports OEM of Cisco such as the DELL TrueMobile 4800 and Xircom
802.11b cards.
This driver support both the standard Linux Wireless Extensions
and Cisco proprietary API, so both the Linux Wireless Tools and the
Cisco Linux utilities can be used to configure the card.
endif # WLAN_VENDOR_CISCO
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