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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_wavelan_ieee.h,v 1.12.2.2 2002/08/02 07:11:34 imp Exp $
3e4db402 33 * $DragonFly: src/sys/dev/netif/wi/Attic/if_wavelan_ieee.h,v 1.3 2004/01/08 18:48:07 asmodai Exp $
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34 */
35
36#ifndef _IF_WAVELAN_IEEE_H
37#define _IF_WAVELAN_IEEE_H
38
39/*
40 * This header defines a simple command interface to the FreeBSD
41 * WaveLAN/IEEE driver (wi) driver, which is used to set certain
42 * device-specific parameters which can't be easily managed through
43 * ifconfig(8). No, sysctl(2) is not the answer. I said a _simple_
44 * interface, didn't I.
45 */
46
47#ifndef SIOCSWAVELAN
48#define SIOCSWAVELAN SIOCSIFGENERIC
49#endif
50
51#ifndef SIOCGWAVELAN
52#define SIOCGWAVELAN SIOCGIFGENERIC
53#endif
54#define WI_RID_MONITOR_MODE 0x0500
55
56/*
57 * Technically I don't think there's a limit to a record
58 * length. The largest record is the one that contains the CIS
59 * data, which is 240 words long, so 256 should be a safe
60 * value.
61 */
62#define WI_MAX_DATALEN 512
63
64struct wi_req {
65 u_int16_t wi_len;
66 u_int16_t wi_type;
67 u_int16_t wi_val[WI_MAX_DATALEN];
68};
69
70/*
71 * Private LTV records (interpreted only by the driver). This is
72 * a minor kludge to allow reading the interface statistics from
73 * the driver.
74 */
75#define WI_RID_IFACE_STATS 0x0100
76#define WI_RID_MGMT_XMIT 0x0200
77#define WI_RID_ZERO_CACHE 0x0300
78#define WI_RID_READ_CACHE 0x0400
79
80struct wi_80211_hdr {
81 u_int16_t frame_ctl;
82 u_int16_t dur_id;
83 u_int8_t addr1[6];
84 u_int8_t addr2[6];
85 u_int8_t addr3[6];
86 u_int16_t seq_ctl;
87 u_int8_t addr4[6];
88};
89
90#define WI_FCTL_VERS 0x0002
91#define WI_FCTL_FTYPE 0x000C
92#define WI_FCTL_STYPE 0x00F0
93#define WI_FCTL_TODS 0x0100
94#define WI_FCTL_FROMDS 0x0200
95#define WI_FCTL_MOREFRAGS 0x0400
96#define WI_FCTL_RETRY 0x0800
97#define WI_FCTL_PM 0x1000
98#define WI_FCTL_MOREDATA 0x2000
99#define WI_FCTL_WEP 0x4000
100#define WI_FCTL_ORDER 0x8000
101
102#define WI_FTYPE_MGMT 0x0000
103#define WI_FTYPE_CTL 0x0004
104#define WI_FTYPE_DATA 0x0008
105
106#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_ASREQ 0x0000 /* association request */
107#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_ASRESP 0x0010 /* association response */
108#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_REASREQ 0x0020 /* reassociation request */
109#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_REASRESP 0x0030 /* reassociation response */
110#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_PROBEREQ 0x0040 /* probe request */
111#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_PROBERESP 0x0050 /* probe response */
112#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_BEACON 0x0080 /* beacon */
113#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_ATIM 0x0090 /* announcement traffic ind msg */
114#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_DISAS 0x00A0 /* disassociation */
115#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_AUTH 0x00B0 /* authentication */
116#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_DEAUTH 0x00C0 /* deauthentication */
117
118#define WI_STYPE_CTL_PSPOLL 0x00A0
119#define WI_STYPE_CTL_RTS 0x00B0
120#define WI_STYPE_CTL_CTS 0x00C0
121#define WI_STYPE_CTL_ACK 0x00D0
122#define WI_STYPE_CTL_CFEND 0x00E0
123#define WI_STYPE_CTL_CFENDACK 0x00F0
124
125struct wi_mgmt_hdr {
126 u_int16_t frame_ctl;
127 u_int16_t duration;
128 u_int8_t dst_addr[6];
129 u_int8_t src_addr[6];
130 u_int8_t bssid[6];
131 u_int16_t seq_ctl;
132};
133
134/*
135 * Lucent/wavelan IEEE signal strength cache
136 *
137 * driver keeps cache of last
138 * MAXWICACHE packets to arrive including signal strength info.
139 * daemons may read this via ioctl
140 *
141 * Each entry in the wi_sigcache has a unique macsrc.
142 */
143struct wi_sigcache {
144 char macsrc[6]; /* unique MAC address for entry */
145 int ipsrc; /* ip address associated with packet */
146 int signal; /* signal strength of the packet */
147 int noise; /* noise value */
148 int quality; /* quality of the packet */
149};
150
151#ifndef _KERNEL
152struct wi_counters {
153 u_int32_t wi_tx_unicast_frames;
154 u_int32_t wi_tx_multicast_frames;
155 u_int32_t wi_tx_fragments;
156 u_int32_t wi_tx_unicast_octets;
157 u_int32_t wi_tx_multicast_octets;
158 u_int32_t wi_tx_deferred_xmits;
159 u_int32_t wi_tx_single_retries;
160 u_int32_t wi_tx_multi_retries;
161 u_int32_t wi_tx_retry_limit;
162 u_int32_t wi_tx_discards;
163 u_int32_t wi_rx_unicast_frames;
164 u_int32_t wi_rx_multicast_frames;
165 u_int32_t wi_rx_fragments;
166 u_int32_t wi_rx_unicast_octets;
167 u_int32_t wi_rx_multicast_octets;
168 u_int32_t wi_rx_fcs_errors;
169 u_int32_t wi_rx_discards_nobuf;
170 u_int32_t wi_tx_discards_wrong_sa;
171 u_int32_t wi_rx_WEP_cant_decrypt;
172 u_int32_t wi_rx_msg_in_msg_frags;
173 u_int32_t wi_rx_msg_in_bad_msg_frags;
174};
175#endif
176
177/*
178 * Network parameters, static configuration entities.
179 */
180#define WI_RID_PORTTYPE 0xFC00 /* Connection control characteristics */
181#define WI_RID_MAC_NODE 0xFC01 /* MAC address of this station */
182#define WI_RID_DESIRED_SSID 0xFC02 /* Service Set ID for connection */
183#define WI_RID_OWN_CHNL 0xFC03 /* Comm channel for BSS creation */
184#define WI_RID_OWN_SSID 0xFC04 /* IBSS creation ID */
185#define WI_RID_OWN_ATIM_WIN 0xFC05 /* ATIM window time for IBSS creation */
186#define WI_RID_SYSTEM_SCALE 0xFC06 /* scale that specifies AP density */
187#define WI_RID_MAX_DATALEN 0xFC07 /* Max len of MAC frame body data */
188#define WI_RID_MAC_WDS 0xFC08 /* MAC addr of corresponding WDS node */
189#define WI_RID_PM_ENABLED 0xFC09 /* ESS power management enable */
190#define WI_RID_PM_EPS 0xFC0A /* PM EPS/PS mode */
191#define WI_RID_MCAST_RX 0xFC0B /* ESS PM mcast reception */
192#define WI_RID_MAX_SLEEP 0xFC0C /* max sleep time for ESS PM */
193#define WI_RID_HOLDOVER 0xFC0D /* holdover time for ESS PM */
194#define WI_RID_NODENAME 0xFC0E /* ID name of this node for diag */
195#define WI_RID_DTIM_PERIOD 0xFC10 /* beacon interval between DTIMs */
196#define WI_RID_WDS_ADDR1 0xFC11 /* port 1 MAC of WDS link node */
197#define WI_RID_WDS_ADDR2 0xFC12 /* port 1 MAC of WDS link node */
198#define WI_RID_WDS_ADDR3 0xFC13 /* port 1 MAC of WDS link node */
199#define WI_RID_WDS_ADDR4 0xFC14 /* port 1 MAC of WDS link node */
200#define WI_RID_WDS_ADDR5 0xFC15 /* port 1 MAC of WDS link node */
201#define WI_RID_WDS_ADDR6 0xFC16 /* port 1 MAC of WDS link node */
202#define WI_RID_MCAST_PM_BUF 0xFC17 /* PM buffering of mcast */
203#define WI_RID_ENCRYPTION 0xFC20 /* enable/disable WEP */
204#define WI_RID_AUTHTYPE 0xFC21 /* specify authentication type */
205#define WI_RID_P2_TX_CRYPT_KEY 0xFC23
206#define WI_RID_P2_CRYPT_KEY0 0xFC24
207#define WI_RID_P2_CRYPT_KEY1 0xFC25
208#define WI_RID_MICROWAVE_OVEN 0xFC25
209#define WI_RID_P2_CRYPT_KEY2 0xFC26
210#define WI_RID_P2_CRYPT_KEY3 0xFC27
211#define WI_RID_P2_ENCRYPTION 0xFC28
212#define PRIVACY_INVOKED 0x01
213#define EXCLUDE_UNENCRYPTED 0x02
214#define HOST_ENCRYPT 0x10
215#define IV_EVERY_FRAME 0x00 /* IV = Initialization Vector */
216#define IV_EVERY10_FRAME 0x20 /* every 10 frame IV reuse */
217#define IV_EVERY50_FRAME 0x40 /* every 50 frame IV reuse */
218#define IV_EVERY100_FRAME 0x60 /* every 100 frame IV reuse */
219#define HOST_DECRYPT 0x80
220#define WI_RID_WEP_MAPTABLE 0xFC29
221#define WI_RID_CNFAUTHMODE 0xFC2A
222#define WI_RID_ROAMING_MODE 0xFC2D
223#define WI_RID_CNF_DBM_ADJUST 0xFC46
224#define WI_RID_BASIC_RATE 0xFCB3
225#define WI_RID_SUPPORT_RATE 0xFCB4
226
227/*
228 * Network parameters, dynamic configuration entities
229 */
230#define WI_RID_MCAST_LIST 0xFC80 /* list of multicast addrs */
231#define WI_RID_CREATE_IBSS 0xFC81 /* create IBSS */
232#define WI_RID_FRAG_THRESH 0xFC82 /* frag len, unicast msg xmit */
233#define WI_RID_RTS_THRESH 0xFC83 /* frame len for RTS/CTS handshake */
234#define WI_RID_TX_RATE 0xFC84 /* data rate for message xmit
235 * 0 == Fixed 1mbps
236 * 1 == Fixed 2mbps
237 * 2 == auto fallback
238 */
239#define WI_RID_PROMISC 0xFC85 /* enable promisc mode */
240#define WI_RID_FRAG_THRESH0 0xFC90
241#define WI_RID_FRAG_THRESH1 0xFC91
242#define WI_RID_FRAG_THRESH2 0xFC92
243#define WI_RID_FRAG_THRESH3 0xFC93
244#define WI_RID_FRAG_THRESH4 0xFC94
245#define WI_RID_FRAG_THRESH5 0xFC95
246#define WI_RID_FRAG_THRESH6 0xFC96
247#define WI_RID_RTS_THRESH0 0xFC97
248#define WI_RID_RTS_THRESH1 0xFC98
249#define WI_RID_RTS_THRESH2 0xFC99
250#define WI_RID_RTS_THRESH3 0xFC9A
251#define WI_RID_RTS_THRESH4 0xFC9B
252#define WI_RID_RTS_THRESH5 0xFC9C
253#define WI_RID_RTS_THRESH6 0xFC9D
254#define WI_RID_TX_RATE0 0xFC9E
255#define WI_RID_TX_RATE1 0xFC9F
256#define WI_RID_TX_RATE2 0xFCA0
257#define WI_RID_TX_RATE3 0xFCA1
258#define WI_RID_TX_RATE4 0xFCA2
259#define WI_RID_TX_RATE5 0xFCA3
260#define WI_RID_TX_RATE6 0xFCA4
261#define WI_RID_DEFLT_CRYPT_KEYS 0xFCB0
262#define WI_RID_TX_CRYPT_KEY 0xFCB1
263#define WI_RID_TICK_TIME 0xFCE0
264
265#ifndef _KERNEL
266struct wi_key {
267 u_int16_t wi_keylen;
268 u_int8_t wi_keydat[14];
269};
270
271struct wi_ltv_keys {
272 u_int16_t wi_len;
273 u_int16_t wi_type;
274 struct wi_key wi_keys[4];
275};
276#endif
277
278/*
279 * NIC information
280 */
281#define WI_RID_DNLD_BUF 0xFD01
282#define WI_RID_MEMSZ 0xFD02 /* memory size info (XXX Lucent) */
283#define WI_RID_PRI_IDENTITY 0xFD02 /* primary funcs firmware ident (PRISM2) */
284#define WI_RID_PRI_SUP_RANGE 0xFD03 /* primary supplier compatibility */
285#define WI_RID_CIF_ACT_RANGE 0xFD04 /* controller sup. compatibility */
286#define WI_RID_SERIALNO 0xFD0A /* card serial number */
287#define WI_RID_CARD_ID 0xFD0B /* card identification */
288#define WI_RID_MFI_SUP_RANGE 0xFD0C /* modem supplier compatibility */
289#define WI_RID_CFI_SUP_RANGE 0xFD0D /* controller sup. compatibility */
290#define WI_RID_CHANNEL_LIST 0xFD10 /* allowd comm. frequencies. */
291#define WI_RID_REG_DOMAINS 0xFD11 /* list of intendted regulatory doms */
292#define WI_RID_TEMP_TYPE 0xFD12 /* hw temp range code */
293#define WI_RID_CIS 0xFD13 /* PC card info struct */
294#define WI_RID_STA_IDENTITY 0xFD20 /* station funcs firmware ident */
295#define WI_RID_STA_SUP_RANGE 0xFD21 /* station supplier compat */
296#define WI_RID_MFI_ACT_RANGE 0xFD22
297#define WI_RID_SYMBOL_IDENTITY 0xFD24
298#define WI_RID_CFI_ACT_RANGE 0xFD33
299#define WI_RID_COMMQUAL 0xFD43
300#define WI_RID_SCALETHRESH 0xFD46
301#define WI_RID_PCF 0xFD87
302
303/*
304 * MAC information
305 */
306#define WI_RID_PORT_STAT 0xFD40 /* actual MAC port con control stat */
307#define WI_RID_CURRENT_SSID 0xFD41 /* ID of actually connected SS */
308#define WI_RID_CURRENT_BSSID 0xFD42 /* ID of actually connected BSS */
309#define WI_RID_COMMS_QUALITY 0xFD43 /* quality of BSS connection */
310#define WI_RID_CUR_TX_RATE 0xFD44 /* current TX rate */
311#define WI_RID_OWN_BEACON_INT 0xFD45 /* beacon xmit time for BSS creation */
312#define WI_RID_CUR_SCALE_THRESH 0xFD46 /* actual system scane thresh setting */
313#define WI_RID_PROT_RESP_TIME 0xFD47 /* time to wait for resp to req msg */
314#define WI_RID_SHORT_RTR_LIM 0xFD48 /* max tx attempts for short frames */
315#define WI_RID_LONG_RTS_LIM 0xFD49 /* max tx attempts for long frames */
316#define WI_RID_MAX_TX_LIFE 0xFD4A /* max tx frame handling duration */
317#define WI_RID_MAX_RX_LIFE 0xFD4B /* max rx frame handling duration */
318#define WI_RID_CF_POLL 0xFD4C /* contention free pollable ind */
319#define WI_RID_AUTH_ALGS 0xFD4D /* auth algorithms available */
320#define WI_RID_AUTH_TYPE 0xFD4E /* availanle auth types */
321#define WI_RID_WEP_AVAIL 0xFD4F /* WEP privacy option available */
322#define WI_RID_CUR_TX_RATE1 0xFD80
323#define WI_RID_CUR_TX_RATE2 0xFD81
324#define WI_RID_CUR_TX_RATE3 0xFD82
325#define WI_RID_CUR_TX_RATE4 0xFD83
326#define WI_RID_CUR_TX_RATE5 0xFD84
327#define WI_RID_CUR_TX_RATE6 0xFD85
328#define WI_RID_OWN_MAC 0xFD86 /* unique local MAC addr */
329#define WI_RID_PCI_INFO 0xFD87 /* point coordination func cap */
330
331/*
332 * Modem information
333 */
334#define WI_RID_PHY_TYPE 0xFDC0 /* phys layer type indication */
335#define WI_RID_CURRENT_CHAN 0xFDC1 /* current frequency */
336#define WI_RID_PWR_STATE 0xFDC2 /* pwr consumption status */
337#define WI_RID_CCA_MODE 0xFDC3 /* clear chan assess mode indication */
338#define WI_RID_CCA_TIME 0xFDC4 /* clear chan assess time */
339#define WI_RID_MAC_PROC_DELAY 0xFDC5 /* MAC processing delay time */
340#define WI_RID_DATA_RATES 0xFDC6 /* supported data rates */
341
342/*
343 * bsd-airtools v0.2 - source-mods v0.2 [common.h]
344 * by h1kari - (c) Dachb0den Labs 2001
345 */
346
347/*
348 * Copyright (c) 2001 Dachb0den Labs.
349 * David Hulton <h1kari@dachb0den.com>. All rights reserved.
350 *
351 * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
352 * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
353 * are met:
354 * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
355 * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
356 * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
357 * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
358 * documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
359 * 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software
360 * must display the following acknowledgement:
361 * This product includes software developed by David Hulton.
362 * 4. Neither the name of the author nor the names of any co-contributors
363 * may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
364 * without specific prior written permission.
365 *
366 * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY David Hulton AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
367 * ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
368 * IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
369 * ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL David Hulton OR THE VOICES IN HIS HEAD
370 * BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
371 * CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
372 * SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
373 * INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
374 * CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
375 * ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF
376 * THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
377 */
378
379/*
380 * standard hermes recieve frame used by wavelan/prism2 cards
381 */
382struct wi_rx_frame {
383 /*
384 * hermes prefix header. supplies information on the current status of
385 * the network and various other statistics gathered from the
386 * management/control frames as used internally.
387 */
388 u_int16_t wi_status;
389 u_int16_t wi_ts0;
390 u_int16_t wi_ts1;
391 u_int8_t wi_silence;
392 u_int8_t wi_signal;
393 u_int8_t wi_rate;
394 u_int8_t wi_rx_flow;
395 u_int16_t wi_rsvd0;
396 u_int16_t wi_rsvd1;
397 /*
398 * standard 80211 frame header. all packets have to use this header as
399 * per the AN9900 from intersil, even management/control. for
400 * management packets, they just threw the header into the data field,
401 * but for control packets the headers are lost in translation and
402 * therefore not all control packet info can be displayed.
403 */
404 u_int16_t wi_frame_ctl;
405 u_int16_t wi_id;
406 u_int8_t wi_addr1[6];
407 u_int8_t wi_addr2[6];
408 u_int8_t wi_addr3[6];
409 u_int16_t wi_seq_ctl;
410 u_int8_t wi_addr4[6];
411 u_int16_t wi_dat_len;
412 /*
3e4db402 413 * another weirdity with the drivers. they append a 802.3 header which
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414 * is somewhat redundant, since all the same data is provided in the
415 * 802.11 header.
416 */
417 u_int8_t wi_dst_addr[6];
418 u_int8_t wi_src_addr[6];
419 u_int16_t wi_len;
420};
421#define WI_DATA_HDRLEN WI_802_11_OFFSET
422#define WI_MGMT_HDRLEN WI_802_11_OFFSET_RAW
423#define WI_CTL_HDRLEN WI_802_11_OFFSET_RAW
424
425
426/*
427 * all data packets have a snap (sub-network access protocol) header that
428 * isn't entirely definied, but added for ethernet compatibility.
429 */
430struct wi_snap_frame {
431 u_int16_t wi_dat[3];
432 u_int16_t wi_type;
433};
434
435
436/*
437 * management frame headers
438 * note: all management frames consist of a static header and variable length
439 * fields.
440 */
441
442/*
443 * variable length field structure
444 */
445struct wi_mgmt_var_hdr {
446 u_int8_t wi_code;
447 u_int8_t wi_len;
448 u_int8_t wi_data[256];
449};
450
451/*
452 * management beacon frame prefix
453 */
454struct wi_mgmt_beacon_hdr {
455 u_int32_t wi_ts0;
456 u_int32_t wi_ts1;
457 u_int16_t wi_interval;
458 u_int16_t wi_capinfo;
459};
460
461/*
462 * ibss announcement traffic indication message (atim) frame
463 * note: no parameters
464 */
465
466/*
467 * management disassociation frame
468 */
469struct wi_mgmt_disas_hdr {
470 u_int16_t wi_reason;
471};
472
473/*
474 * management association request frame prefix
475 */
476struct wi_mgmt_asreq_hdr {
477 u_int16_t wi_capinfo;
478 u_int16_t wi_interval;
479};
480
481/*
482 * management association response frame prefix
483 */
484struct wi_mgmt_asresp_hdr {
485 u_int16_t wi_capinfo;
486 u_int16_t wi_status;
487 u_int16_t wi_aid;
488};
489
490/*
491 * management reassociation request frame prefix
492 */
493struct wi_mgmt_reasreq_hdr {
494 u_int16_t wi_capinfo;
495 u_int16_t wi_interval;
496 u_int8_t wi_currap[6];
497};
498
499/*
500 * management reassociation response frame prefix
501 */
502struct wi_mgmt_reasresp_hdr {
503 u_int16_t wi_capinfo;
504 u_int16_t wi_status;
505 u_int16_t wi_aid;
506};
507
508/*
509 * management probe request frame prefix
510 * note: no static parameters, only variable length
511 */
512
513/*
514 * management probe response frame prefix
515 */
516struct wi_mgmt_proberesp_hdr {
517 u_int32_t wi_ts0;
518 u_int32_t wi_ts1;
519 u_int16_t wi_interval;
520 u_int16_t wi_capinfo;
521};
522
523/*
524 * management authentication frame prefix
525 */
526struct wi_mgmt_auth_hdr {
527 u_int16_t wi_algo;
528 u_int16_t wi_seq;
529 u_int16_t wi_status;
530};
531
532/*
533 * management deauthentication frame
534 */
535struct wi_mgmt_deauth_hdr {
536 u_int16_t wi_reason;
537};
538
539
540/*
541 * rid configuration register definitions
542 */
543#define WI_RID_SCAN_REQ 0xFCE1 /* scan request information */
544#define WI_RID_SCAN_RES 0xFD88 /* scan result information */
545
546#define WI_RID_PROCFRAME 0x3137 /* Return full frame information */
547#define WI_RID_PRISM2 0x3138 /* tell if we're a prism2 card or not */
548
549
550/*
551 * 802.11 definitions
552 */
553#define WI_STAT_BADCRC 0x0001
554#define WI_STAT_UNDECRYPTABLE 0x0002
555#define WI_STAT_ERRSTAT 0x0003
556#define WI_STAT_MAC_PORT 0x0700
557#define WI_STAT_1042 0x2000
558#define WI_STAT_TUNNEL 0x4000
559#define WI_STAT_WMP_MSG 0x6000
560#define WI_RXSTAT_MSG_TYPE 0xE000
561
562#define WI_FCTL_OPT_MASK 0xFF00
563#define WI_AID_SET 0xC000
564#define WI_AID_MASK 0x3FFF
565#define WI_SCTL_FRAGNUM_MASK 0x000F
566#define WI_SCTL_SEQNUM_MASK 0xFFF0
567
568#define WI_STAT_UNSPEC_FAIL 1
569#define WI_STAT_CAPINFO_FAIL 10
570#define WI_STAT_REAS_DENY 11
571#define WI_STAT_ASSOC_DENY 12
572#define WI_STAT_ALGO_FAIL 13
573#define WI_STAT_SEQ_FAIL 14
574#define WI_STAT_CHAL_FAIL 15
575#define WI_STAT_TOUT_FAIL 16
576#define WI_STAT_OVERL_DENY 17
577#define WI_STAT_RATE_DENY 18
578
579#define WI_FTYPE_MGMT 0x0000
580#define WI_FTYPE_CTL 0x0004
581#define WI_FTYPE_DATA 0x0008
582
583#define WI_FCTL_VERS 0x0002
584#define WI_FCTL_FTYPE 0x000C
585#define WI_FCTL_STYPE 0x00F0
586#define WI_FCTL_TODS 0x0100
587#define WI_FCTL_FROMDS 0x0200
588#define WI_FCTL_MOREFRAGS 0x0400
589#define WI_FCTL_RETRY 0x0800
590#define WI_FCTL_PM 0x1000
591#define WI_FCTL_MOREDATA 0x2000
592#define WI_FCTL_WEP 0x4000
593#define WI_FCTL_ORDER 0x8000
594
595#define WI_FCS_LEN 0x4 /* checksum length */
596
597
598/*
599 * management definitions
600 */
601#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_ASREQ 0x0000
602#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_ASRESP 0x0010
603#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_REASREQ 0x0020
604#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_REASRESP 0x0030
605#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_PROBEREQ 0x0040
606#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_PROBERESP 0x0050
607#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_BEACON 0x0080
608#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_ATIM 0x0090
609#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_DISAS 0x00A0
610#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_AUTH 0x00B0
611#define WI_STYPE_MGMT_DEAUTH 0x00C0
612
613#define WI_CAPINFO_ESS 0x01
614#define WI_CAPINFO_IBSS 0x02
615#define WI_CAPINFO_CFPOLL 0x04
616#define WI_CAPINFO_CFPOLLREQ 0x08
617#define WI_CAPINFO_PRIV 0x10
618
619#define WI_REASON_UNSPEC 1
620#define WI_REASON_AUTH_INVALID 2
621#define WI_REASON_DEAUTH_LEAVE 3
622#define WI_REASON_DISAS_INACT 4
623#define WI_REASON_DISAS_OVERL 5
624#define WI_REASON_CLASS2 6
625#define WI_REASON_CLASS3 7
626#define WI_REASON_DISAS_LEAVE 8
627#define WI_REASON_NOAUTH 9
628
629#define WI_VAR_SSID 0
630#define WI_VAR_SRATES 1
631#define WI_VAR_FH 2
632#define WI_VAR_DS 3
633#define WI_VAR_CF 4
634#define WI_VAR_TIM 5
635#define WI_VAR_IBSS 6
636#define WI_VAR_CHAL 16
637
638#define WI_VAR_SRATES_MASK 0x7F
639
640
641/*
642 * control definitions
643 */
644#define WI_STYPE_CTL_PSPOLL 0x00A0
645#define WI_STYPE_CTL_RTS 0x00B0
646#define WI_STYPE_CTL_CTS 0x00C0
647#define WI_STYPE_CTL_ACK 0x00D0
648#define WI_STYPE_CTL_CFEND 0x00E0
649#define WI_STYPE_CTL_CFENDCFACK 0x00F0
650
651
652/*
653 * ap scanning structures
654 */
655struct wi_scan_res {
656 u_int16_t wi_chan;
657 u_int16_t wi_noise;
658 u_int16_t wi_signal;
659 u_int8_t wi_bssid[6];
660 u_int16_t wi_interval;
661 u_int16_t wi_capinfo;
662 u_int16_t wi_ssid_len;
663 u_int8_t wi_ssid[32];
664 u_int8_t wi_srates[10];
665 u_int8_t wi_rate;
666 u_int8_t wi_rsvd;
667};
668#define WI_WAVELAN_RES_SIZE 50
669
670struct wi_scan_p2_hdr {
671 u_int16_t wi_rsvd;
672 u_int16_t wi_reason;
673};
674#define WI_PRISM2_RES_SIZE 62
675
676
677/*
678 * prism2 debug mode definitions
679 */
680#define SIOCSPRISM2DEBUG _IOW('i', 137, struct ifreq)
681#define SIOCGPRISM2DEBUG _IOWR('i', 138, struct ifreq)
682
683#define WI_CMD_DEBUG 0x0038 /* prism2 debug */
684
685#define WI_DEBUG_RESET 0x00
686#define WI_DEBUG_INIT 0x01
687#define WI_DEBUG_SLEEP 0x02
688#define WI_DEBUG_WAKE 0x03
689#define WI_DEBUG_CHAN 0x08
690#define WI_DEBUG_DELAYSUPP 0x09
691#define WI_DEBUG_TXSUPP 0x0A
692#define WI_DEBUG_MONITOR 0x0B
693#define WI_DEBUG_LEDTEST 0x0C
694#define WI_DEBUG_CONTTX 0x0E
695#define WI_DEBUG_STOPTEST 0x0F
696#define WI_DEBUG_CONTRX 0x10
697#define WI_DEBUG_SIGSTATE 0x11
698#define WI_DEBUG_CALENABLE 0x13
699#define WI_DEBUG_CONFBITS 0x15
700
701#endif