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/* p80211ioctl.h
* Declares constants and types for the p80211 ioctls
* Copyright (C) 1999 AbsoluteValue Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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* linux-wlan
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* Portions of the development of this software were funded by
* Intersil Corporation as part of PRISM(R) chipset product development.
* --------------------------------------------------------------------
* While this file is called 'ioctl' is purpose goes a little beyond
* that. This file defines the types and contants used to implement
* the p80211 request/confirm/indicate interfaces on Linux. The
* request/confirm interface is, in fact, normally implemented as an
* ioctl. The indicate interface on the other hand, is implemented
* using the Linux 'netlink' interface.
* The reason I say that request/confirm is 'normally' implemented
* via ioctl is that we're reserving the right to be able to send
* request commands via the netlink interface. This will be necessary
* if we ever need to send request messages when there aren't any
* wlan network devices present (i.e. sending a message that only p80211
* cares about.
* --------------------------------------------------------------------
#ifndef _P80211IOCTL_H
#define _P80211IOCTL_H
/* p80211 ioctl "request" codes. See argument 2 of ioctl(2). */
#define P80211_IFTEST (SIOCDEVPRIVATE + 0)
#define P80211_IFREQ (SIOCDEVPRIVATE + 1)
/* Magic number, a quick test to see we're getting the desired struct */
#define P80211_IOCTL_MAGIC (0x4a2d464dUL)
/* A ptr to the following structure type is passed as the third */
/* argument to the ioctl system call when issuing a request to */
/* the p80211 module. */
struct p80211ioctl_req {
caddr_t data;
u32 magic;
u16 len;
u32 result;
} __packed;
#endif /* _P80211IOCTL_H */