r3809 - in developers/sameo/patches: . ar6k-atheros-2.0

sameo at sita.openmoko.org sameo at sita.openmoko.org
Thu Jan 10 14:11:08 CET 2008


Author: sameo
Date: 2008-01-10 14:10:50 +0100 (Thu, 10 Jan 2008)
New Revision: 3809

Added:
   developers/sameo/patches/ar6k-atheros-2.0/
   developers/sameo/patches/ar6k-atheros-2.0/atheros_2_0_function.patch
   developers/sameo/patches/ar6k-atheros-2.0/atheros_2_0_hcd.patch
   developers/sameo/patches/ar6k-atheros-2.0/atheros_2_0_sdio_stack.patch
   developers/sameo/patches/ar6k-atheros-2.0/defconfig-2.6.22.5-ar6k
   developers/sameo/patches/ar6k-atheros-2.0/mach-gta02_wifi.patch
   developers/sameo/patches/ar6k-atheros-2.0/pnp_fixes_2.6.22.5.patch
   developers/sameo/patches/ar6k-atheros-2.0/series
Log:
ar6k-atheros-2.0: Initial commit for the 2.0 FW compatible ar6k driver.


Added: developers/sameo/patches/ar6k-atheros-2.0/atheros_2_0_function.patch
===================================================================
--- developers/sameo/patches/ar6k-atheros-2.0/atheros_2_0_function.patch	2008-01-10 05:19:34 UTC (rev 3808)
+++ developers/sameo/patches/ar6k-atheros-2.0/atheros_2_0_function.patch	2008-01-10 13:10:50 UTC (rev 3809)
@@ -0,0 +1,33195 @@
+---
+ drivers/sdio/function/Kconfig                                |   11 
+ drivers/sdio/function/Makefile                               |    1 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/Makefile                          |    4 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/Makefile                   |   36 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/Makefile            |  103 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ar6000_drv.c        | 3070 +++++++
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ar6000_drv.h        |  361 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ar6000_raw_if.c     |  439 +
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ar6xapi_linux.h     |  128 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/athdrv_linux.h      |  993 ++
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/athtypes_linux.h    |   47 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/config_linux.h      |   44 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/debug_linux.h       |   86 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ioctl.c             | 2571 ++++++
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/netbuf.c            |  225 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/osapi_linux.h       |  319 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/wireless_ext.c      | 1855 ++++
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/bmi/bmi.c                  |  657 +
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/bmi/bmi_internal.h         |   45 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/bmi/makefile               |    4 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/hif/Makefile               |   57 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/hif/hif.c                  |  818 ++
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/hif/hif_internal.h         |  102 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/ar6k.c                 |  991 ++
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/ar6k.h                 |  191 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/ar6k_events.c          |  638 +
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc.c                  |  507 +
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_debug.h            |   65 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_internal.h         |  168 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_recv.c             |  703 +
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_send.c             |  541 +
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_services.c         |  403 +
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/AR6001_regdump.h   |  100 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/AR6K_version.h     |   36 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/AR6K_version.h.NEW |   36 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/AR6Khwreg.h        |  147 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_config.h         |   27 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_debug.h          |   41 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_drv.h            |   28 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_drv_api.h        |  185 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_osapi.h          |   28 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_types.h          |   28 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ar6000_api.h       |   29 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ar6000_diag.h      |   38 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/athdefs.h          |   85 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/athdrv.h           |   32 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/athendpack.h       |   41 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/athstartpack.h     |   42 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/bmi.h              |  100 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/bmi_msg.h          |  199 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/common_drv.h       |   61 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dbglog.h           |  107 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dbglog_api.h       |   46 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dbglog_id.h        |  307 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dl_list.h          |  114 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dset_api.h         |   63 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dset_internal.h    |   39 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dsetid.h           |  110 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/gpio.h             |   34 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/gpio_api.h         |   57 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/hif.h              |  291 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/host_version.h     |   49 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/htc.h              |  190 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/htc_api.h          |  436 +
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/htc_packet.h       |  138 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/htc_services.h     |   37 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ieee80211.h        |  342 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ieee80211_ioctl.h  |  163 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ieee80211_node.h   |   77 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ini_dset.h         |   40 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/regDb.h            |   19 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/regdump.h          |   33 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/targaddrs.h        |  158 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/testcmd.h          |  144 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wlan_api.h         |  101 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wlan_dset.h        |   20 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wmi.h              | 1739 ++++
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wmi_api.h          |  259 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wmix.h             |  233 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/miscdrv/common_drv.c       |  467 +
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/miscdrv/credit_dist.c      |  346 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/miscdrv/makefile           |    4 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wlan/wlan_node.c           |  371 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wlan/wlan_recv_beacon.c    |  192 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wlan/wlan_utils.c          |   59 
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wmi/wmi.c                  | 3918 +++++++++
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wmi/wmi_doc.h              | 4421 +++++++++++
+ drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wmi/wmi_host.h             |   71 
+ 88 files changed, 32661 insertions(+)
+
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/Kconfig
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/Kconfig	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,11 @@
++#menu "SDIO function drivers"
++
++config SDIO_AR6000_WLAN
++        tristate "ar6000 wireless networking over sdio"
++	depends on SDIO
++        select WIRELESS_EXT
++        default m
++        help
++          good luck.
++
++#endmenu
+\ No newline at end of file
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/Makefile
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/Makefile	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1 @@
++obj-$(CONFIG_SDIO_AR6000_WLAN)          += wlan/
+\ No newline at end of file
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ar6000_drv.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ar6000_drv.c	2008-01-09 18:02:39.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,3070 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++/*
++ * This driver is a pseudo ethernet driver to access the Atheros AR6000
++ * WLAN Device
++ */
++static const char athId[] __attribute__ ((unused)) = "$Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/os/linux/ar6000_drv.c#2 $";
++
++#include "ar6000_drv.h"
++#include "htc.h"
++
++MODULE_LICENSE("GPL and additional rights");
++
++#ifndef REORG_APTC_HEURISTICS
++#undef ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL
++#endif /* REORG_APTC_HEURISTICS */
++
++#ifdef ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL
++#define APTC_TRAFFIC_SAMPLING_INTERVAL     100  /* msec */
++#define APTC_UPPER_THROUGHPUT_THRESHOLD    3000 /* Kbps */
++#define APTC_LOWER_THROUGHPUT_THRESHOLD    2000 /* Kbps */
++
++typedef struct aptc_traffic_record {
++    A_BOOL timerScheduled;
++    struct timeval samplingTS;
++    unsigned long bytesReceived;
++    unsigned long bytesTransmitted;
++} APTC_TRAFFIC_RECORD;
++
++A_TIMER aptcTimer;
++APTC_TRAFFIC_RECORD aptcTR;
++#endif /* ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL */
++
++int bmienable = 0;
++unsigned int bypasswmi = 0;
++unsigned int debuglevel = 0;
++int tspecCompliance = 1;
++unsigned int busspeedlow = 0;
++unsigned int onebitmode = 0;
++unsigned int skipflash = 0;
++unsigned int wmitimeout = 2;
++unsigned int wlanNodeCaching = 1;
++unsigned int enableuartprint = 0;
++unsigned int logWmiRawMsgs = 0;
++unsigned int enabletimerwar = 0;
++unsigned int mbox_yield_limit = 99;
++int reduce_credit_dribble = 1 + HTC_CONNECT_FLAGS_THRESHOLD_LEVEL_ONE_HALF;
++int allow_trace_signal = 0;
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++unsigned int testmode =0;
++#endif
++
++#if LINUX_VERSION_CODE >= KERNEL_VERSION(2,6,0)
++module_param(bmienable, int, 0644);
++module_param(bypasswmi, int, 0644);
++module_param(debuglevel, int, 0644);
++module_param(tspecCompliance, int, 0644);
++module_param(onebitmode, int, 0644);
++module_param(busspeedlow, int, 0644);
++module_param(skipflash, int, 0644);
++module_param(wmitimeout, int, 0644);
++module_param(wlanNodeCaching, int, 0644);
++module_param(logWmiRawMsgs, int, 0644);
++module_param(enableuartprint, int, 0644);
++module_param(enabletimerwar, int, 0644);
++module_param(mbox_yield_limit, int, 0644);
++module_param(reduce_credit_dribble, int, 0644);
++module_param(allow_trace_signal, int, 0644);
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++module_param(testmode, int, 0644);
++#endif
++#else
++
++#define __user
++/* for linux 2.4 and lower */
++MODULE_PARM(bmienable,"i");
++MODULE_PARM(bypasswmi,"i");
++MODULE_PARM(debuglevel, "i");
++MODULE_PARM(onebitmode,"i");
++MODULE_PARM(busspeedlow, "i");
++MODULE_PARM(skipflash, "i");
++MODULE_PARM(wmitimeout, "i");
++MODULE_PARM(wlanNodeCaching, "i");
++MODULE_PARM(enableuartprint,"i");
++MODULE_PARM(logWmiRawMsgs, "i");
++MODULE_PARM(enabletimerwar,"i");
++MODULE_PARM(mbox_yield_limit,"i");
++MODULE_PARM(reduce_credit_dribble,"i");
++MODULE_PARM(allow_trace_signal,"i");
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++MODULE_PARM(testmode, "i");
++#endif
++#endif
++
++#if LINUX_VERSION_CODE >= KERNEL_VERSION(2,6,10)
++/* in 2.6.10 and later this is now a pointer to a uint */
++unsigned int _mboxnum = HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX;
++#define mboxnum &_mboxnum
++#else
++unsigned int mboxnum = HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX;
++#endif
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++A_UINT32 g_dbg_flags = DBG_DEFAULTS;
++unsigned int debugflags = 0;
++int debugdriver = 1;
++unsigned int debughtc = 128;
++unsigned int debugbmi = 1;
++unsigned int debughif = 2;
++unsigned int resetok = 1;
++unsigned int txcreditsavailable[HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX] = {0};
++unsigned int txcreditsconsumed[HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX] = {0};
++unsigned int txcreditintrenable[HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX] = {0};
++unsigned int txcreditintrenableaggregate[HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX] = {0};
++
++#if LINUX_VERSION_CODE >= KERNEL_VERSION(2,6,0)
++module_param(debugflags, int, 0644);
++module_param(debugdriver, int, 0644);
++module_param(debughtc, int, 0644);
++module_param(debugbmi, int, 0644);
++module_param(debughif, int, 0644);
++module_param(resetok, int, 0644);
++module_param_array(txcreditsavailable, int, mboxnum, 0644);
++module_param_array(txcreditsconsumed, int, mboxnum, 0644);
++module_param_array(txcreditintrenable, int, mboxnum, 0644);
++module_param_array(txcreditintrenableaggregate, int, mboxnum, 0644);
++#else
++/* linux 2.4 and lower */
++MODULE_PARM(debugflags,"i");
++MODULE_PARM(debugdriver, "i");
++MODULE_PARM(debughtc, "i");
++MODULE_PARM(debugbmi, "i");
++MODULE_PARM(debughif, "i");
++MODULE_PARM(resetok, "i");
++MODULE_PARM(txcreditsavailable, "0-3i");
++MODULE_PARM(txcreditsconsumed, "0-3i");
++MODULE_PARM(txcreditintrenable, "0-3i");
++MODULE_PARM(txcreditintrenableaggregate, "0-3i");
++#endif
++
++#endif /* DEBUG */
++
++unsigned int tx_attempt[HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX] = {0};
++unsigned int tx_post[HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX] = {0};
++unsigned int tx_complete[HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX] = {0};
++unsigned int hifBusRequestNumMax = 40;
++unsigned int war23838_disabled = 0;
++#ifdef ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL
++unsigned int enableAPTCHeuristics = 1;
++#endif /* ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL */
++#if LINUX_VERSION_CODE >= KERNEL_VERSION(2,6,0)
++module_param_array(tx_attempt, int, mboxnum, 0644);
++module_param_array(tx_post, int, mboxnum, 0644);
++module_param_array(tx_complete, int, mboxnum, 0644);
++module_param(hifBusRequestNumMax, int, 0644);
++module_param(war23838_disabled, int, 0644);
++#ifdef ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL
++module_param(enableAPTCHeuristics, int, 0644);
++#endif /* ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL */
++#else
++MODULE_PARM(tx_attempt, "0-3i");
++MODULE_PARM(tx_post, "0-3i");
++MODULE_PARM(tx_complete, "0-3i");
++MODULE_PARM(hifBusRequestNumMax, "i");
++MODULE_PARM(war23838_disabled, "i");
++#ifdef ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL
++MODULE_PARM(enableAPTCHeuristics, "i");
++#endif /* ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL */
++#endif
++
++#ifdef BLOCK_TX_PATH_FLAG
++int blocktx = 0;
++#if LINUX_VERSION_CODE >= KERNEL_VERSION(2,6,0)
++module_param(blocktx, int, 0644);
++#else
++MODULE_PARM(blocktx, "i");
++#endif
++#endif /* BLOCK_TX_PATH_FLAG */
++
++// TODO move to arsoft_c
++USER_RSSI_THOLD rssi_map[12];
++
++int reconnect_flag = 0;
++
++/* Function declarations */
++static int ar6000_init_module(void);
++static void ar6000_cleanup_module(void);
++
++int ar6000_init(struct net_device *dev);
++static int ar6000_open(struct net_device *dev);
++static int ar6000_close(struct net_device *dev);
++static void ar6000_init_control_info(AR_SOFTC_T *ar);
++static int ar6000_data_tx(struct sk_buff *skb, struct net_device *dev);
++
++static void ar6000_destroy(struct net_device *dev);
++static void ar6000_detect_error(unsigned long ptr);
++static struct net_device_stats *ar6000_get_stats(struct net_device *dev);
++static struct iw_statistics *ar6000_get_iwstats(struct net_device * dev);
++
++/*
++ * HTC service connection handlers
++ */
++static void ar6000_avail_ev(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle);
++
++static void ar6000_unavail_ev(void *Instance);
++
++static void ar6000_target_failure(void *Instance, A_STATUS Status);
++
++static void ar6000_rx(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket);
++
++static void ar6000_rx_refill(void *Context,HTC_ENDPOINT_ID Endpoint);
++
++static void ar6000_tx_complete(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket);
++
++static void ar6000_tx_queue_full(void *Context, HTC_ENDPOINT_ID Endpoint);
++
++/*
++ * Static variables
++ */
++
++static struct net_device *ar6000_devices[MAX_AR6000];
++extern struct iw_handler_def ath_iw_handler_def;
++DECLARE_WAIT_QUEUE_HEAD(arEvent);
++static void ar6000_cookie_init(AR_SOFTC_T *ar);
++static void ar6000_cookie_cleanup(AR_SOFTC_T *ar);
++static void ar6000_free_cookie(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, struct ar_cookie * cookie);
++static struct ar_cookie *ar6000_alloc_cookie(AR_SOFTC_T *ar);
++static void ar6000_TxDataCleanup(AR_SOFTC_T *ar);
++
++#ifdef USER_KEYS
++static A_STATUS ar6000_reinstall_keys(AR_SOFTC_T *ar,A_UINT8 key_op_ctrl);
++#endif
++
++
++static struct ar_cookie s_ar_cookie_mem[MAX_COOKIE_NUM];
++
++#define HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(ar, item)    \
++((ar->arTargetType == TARGET_TYPE_AR6001) ?     \
++   AR6001_HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(item) :    \
++   AR6002_HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(item))
++
++
++#if LINUX_VERSION_CODE < KERNEL_VERSION(2,6,0)
++/* Looks like we need this for 2.4 kernels */
++static inline void *netdev_priv(struct net_device *dev)
++{
++    return(dev->priv);
++}
++#endif
++
++/* Debug log support */
++
++/*
++ * Flag to govern whether the debug logs should be parsed in the kernel
++ * or reported to the application.
++ */
++#define REPORT_DEBUG_LOGS_TO_APP
++
++A_STATUS
++ar6000_set_host_app_area(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++    A_UINT32 address, data;
++    struct host_app_area_s host_app_area;
++
++    /* Fetch the address of the host_app_area_s instance in the host interest area */
++    address = HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(ar, hi_app_host_interest);
++    if (ar6000_ReadRegDiag(ar->arHifDevice, &address, &data) != A_OK) {
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++    address = data;
++    host_app_area.wmi_protocol_ver = WMI_PROTOCOL_VERSION;
++    if (ar6000_WriteDataDiag(ar->arHifDevice, address,
++                             (A_UCHAR *)&host_app_area,
++                             sizeof(struct host_app_area_s)) != A_OK)
++    {
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++A_UINT32
++dbglog_get_debug_hdr_ptr(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++    A_UINT32 param;
++    A_UINT32 address;
++    A_STATUS status;
++
++    address = HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(ar, hi_dbglog_hdr);
++    if ((status = ar6000_ReadDataDiag(ar->arHifDevice, address,
++                                      (A_UCHAR *)&param, 4)) != A_OK)
++    {
++        param = 0;
++    }
++
++    return param;
++}
++
++/*
++ * The dbglog module has been initialized. Its ok to access the relevant
++ * data stuctures over the diagnostic window.
++ */
++void
++ar6000_dbglog_init_done(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++    ar->dbglog_init_done = TRUE;
++}
++
++A_UINT32
++dbglog_get_debug_fragment(A_INT8 *datap, A_UINT32 len, A_UINT32 limit)
++{
++    A_INT32 *buffer;
++    A_UINT32 count;
++    A_UINT32 numargs;
++    A_UINT32 length;
++    A_UINT32 fraglen;
++
++    count = fraglen = 0;
++    buffer = (A_INT32 *)datap;
++    length = (limit >> 2);
++
++    if (len <= limit) {
++        fraglen = len;
++    } else {
++        while (count < length) {
++            numargs = DBGLOG_GET_NUMARGS(buffer[count]);
++            fraglen = (count << 2);
++            count += numargs + 1;
++        }
++    }
++
++    return fraglen;
++}
++
++void
++dbglog_parse_debug_logs(A_INT8 *datap, A_UINT32 len)
++{
++    A_INT32 *buffer;
++    A_UINT32 count;
++    A_UINT32 timestamp;
++    A_UINT32 debugid;
++    A_UINT32 moduleid;
++    A_UINT32 numargs;
++    A_UINT32 length;
++
++    count = 0;
++    buffer = (A_INT32 *)datap;
++    length = (len >> 2);
++    while (count < length) {
++        debugid = DBGLOG_GET_DBGID(buffer[count]);
++        moduleid = DBGLOG_GET_MODULEID(buffer[count]);
++        numargs = DBGLOG_GET_NUMARGS(buffer[count]);
++        timestamp = DBGLOG_GET_TIMESTAMP(buffer[count]);
++        switch (numargs) {
++            case 0:
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%d %d (%d)\n", moduleid, debugid, timestamp);
++            break;
++
++            case 1:
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%d %d (%d): 0x%x\n", moduleid, debugid,
++                            timestamp, buffer[count+1]);
++            break;
++
++            case 2:
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%d %d (%d): 0x%x, 0x%x\n", moduleid, debugid,
++                            timestamp, buffer[count+1], buffer[count+2]);
++            break;
++
++            default:
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Invalid args: %d\n", numargs);
++        }
++        count += numargs + 1;
++    }
++}
++
++int
++ar6000_dbglog_get_debug_logs(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++    struct dbglog_hdr_s debug_hdr;
++    struct dbglog_buf_s debug_buf;
++    A_UINT32 address;
++    A_UINT32 length;
++    A_UINT32 dropped;
++    A_UINT32 firstbuf;
++    A_UINT32 debug_hdr_ptr;
++
++    if (!ar->dbglog_init_done) return A_ERROR;
++
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    if (ar->dbgLogFetchInProgress) {
++        AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++        return A_EBUSY;
++    }
++
++        /* block out others */
++    ar->dbgLogFetchInProgress = TRUE;
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    debug_hdr_ptr = dbglog_get_debug_hdr_ptr(ar);
++    printk("debug_hdr_ptr: 0x%x\n", debug_hdr_ptr);
++
++    /* Get the contents of the ring buffer */
++    if (debug_hdr_ptr) {
++        address = debug_hdr_ptr;
++        length = sizeof(struct dbglog_hdr_s);
++        ar6000_ReadDataDiag(ar->arHifDevice, address,
++                            (A_UCHAR *)&debug_hdr, length);
++        address = (A_UINT32)debug_hdr.dbuf;
++        firstbuf = address;
++        dropped = debug_hdr.dropped;
++        length = sizeof(struct dbglog_buf_s);
++        ar6000_ReadDataDiag(ar->arHifDevice, address,
++                            (A_UCHAR *)&debug_buf, length);
++
++        do {
++            address = (A_UINT32)debug_buf.buffer;
++            length = debug_buf.length;
++            if ((length) && (debug_buf.length <= debug_buf.bufsize)) {
++                /* Rewind the index if it is about to overrun the buffer */
++                if (ar->log_cnt > (DBGLOG_HOST_LOG_BUFFER_SIZE - length)) {
++                    ar->log_cnt = 0;
++                }
++                if(A_OK != ar6000_ReadDataDiag(ar->arHifDevice, address,
++                                    (A_UCHAR *)&ar->log_buffer[ar->log_cnt], length))
++                {
++                    break;
++                }
++                ar6000_dbglog_event(ar, dropped, &ar->log_buffer[ar->log_cnt], length);
++                ar->log_cnt += length;
++            } else {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Length: %d (Total size: %d)\n",
++                                debug_buf.length, debug_buf.bufsize);
++            }
++
++            address = (A_UINT32)debug_buf.next;
++            length = sizeof(struct dbglog_buf_s);
++            if(A_OK != ar6000_ReadDataDiag(ar->arHifDevice, address,
++                                (A_UCHAR *)&debug_buf, length))
++            {
++                break;
++            }
++
++        } while (address != firstbuf);
++    }
++
++    ar->dbgLogFetchInProgress = FALSE;
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_dbglog_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, A_UINT32 dropped,
++                    A_INT8 *buffer, A_UINT32 length)
++{
++#ifdef REPORT_DEBUG_LOGS_TO_APP
++    #define MAX_WIRELESS_EVENT_SIZE 252
++    /*
++     * Break it up into chunks of MAX_WIRELESS_EVENT_SIZE bytes of messages.
++     * There seems to be a limitation on the length of message that could be
++     * transmitted to the user app via this mechanism.
++     */
++    A_UINT32 send, sent;
++
++    sent = 0;
++    send = dbglog_get_debug_fragment(&buffer[sent], length - sent,
++                                     MAX_WIRELESS_EVENT_SIZE);
++    while (send) {
++        ar6000_send_event_to_app(ar, WMIX_DBGLOG_EVENTID, &buffer[sent], send);
++        sent += send;
++        send = dbglog_get_debug_fragment(&buffer[sent], length - sent,
++                                         MAX_WIRELESS_EVENT_SIZE);
++    }
++#else
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Dropped logs: 0x%x\nDebug info length: %d\n",
++                    dropped, length);
++
++    /* Interpret the debug logs */
++    dbglog_parse_debug_logs(buffer, length);
++#endif /* REPORT_DEBUG_LOGS_TO_APP */
++}
++
++
++
++static int __init
++ar6000_init_module(void)
++{
++    static int probed = 0;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    HTC_INIT_INFO initInfo;
++
++    A_MEMZERO(&initInfo,sizeof(initInfo));
++    initInfo.AddInstance = ar6000_avail_ev;
++    initInfo.DeleteInstance = ar6000_unavail_ev;
++    initInfo.TargetFailure = ar6000_target_failure;
++
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++    /* Set the debug flags if specified at load time */
++    if(debugflags != 0)
++    {
++        g_dbg_flags = debugflags;
++    }
++#endif
++
++    if (probed) {
++        return -ENODEV;
++    }
++    probed++;
++
++#ifdef ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL
++    memset(&aptcTR, 0, sizeof(APTC_TRAFFIC_RECORD));
++#endif /* ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL */
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT
++    ar6000_gpio_init();
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT */
++
++    status = HTCInit(&initInfo);
++    if(status != A_OK)
++        return -ENODEV;
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++static void __exit
++ar6000_cleanup_module(void)
++{
++    int i = 0;
++    struct net_device *ar6000_netdev;
++
++#ifdef ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL
++    /* Delete the Adaptive Power Control timer */
++    if (timer_pending(&aptcTimer)) {
++        del_timer_sync(&aptcTimer);
++    }
++#endif /* ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL */
++
++    for (i=0; i < MAX_AR6000; i++) {
++        if (ar6000_devices[i] != NULL) {
++            ar6000_netdev = ar6000_devices[i];
++            ar6000_devices[i] = NULL;
++            ar6000_destroy(ar6000_netdev);
++        }
++    }
++
++        /* shutting down HTC will cause the HIF layer to detach from the
++         * underlying bus driver which will cause the subsequent deletion of
++         * all HIF and HTC instances */
++    HTCShutDown();
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("ar6000_cleanup: success\n");
++}
++
++#ifdef ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL
++void
++aptcTimerHandler(unsigned long arg)
++{
++    A_UINT32 numbytes;
++    A_UINT32 throughput;
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar;
++    A_STATUS status;
++
++    ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)arg;
++    A_ASSERT(ar != NULL);
++    A_ASSERT(!timer_pending(&aptcTimer));
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    /* Get the number of bytes transferred */
++    numbytes = aptcTR.bytesTransmitted + aptcTR.bytesReceived;
++    aptcTR.bytesTransmitted = aptcTR.bytesReceived = 0;
++
++    /* Calculate and decide based on throughput thresholds */
++    throughput = ((numbytes * 8)/APTC_TRAFFIC_SAMPLING_INTERVAL); /* Kbps */
++    if (throughput < APTC_LOWER_THROUGHPUT_THRESHOLD) {
++        /* Enable Sleep and delete the timer */
++        A_ASSERT(ar->arWmiReady == TRUE);
++        AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++        status = wmi_powermode_cmd(ar->arWmi, REC_POWER);
++        AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++        A_ASSERT(status == A_OK);
++        aptcTR.timerScheduled = FALSE;
++    } else {
++        A_TIMEOUT_MS(&aptcTimer, APTC_TRAFFIC_SAMPLING_INTERVAL, 0);
++    }
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++}
++#endif /* ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL */
++
++
++
++/* set HTC block size, assume BMI is already initialized */
++A_STATUS ar6000_SetHTCBlockSize(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 blocksizes[HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX];
++
++    do {
++            /* get the block sizes */
++        status = HIFConfigureDevice(ar->arHifDevice, HIF_DEVICE_GET_MBOX_BLOCK_SIZE,
++                                    blocksizes, sizeof(blocksizes));
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Failed to get block size info from HIF layer...\n");
++            break;
++        }
++            /* note: we actually get the block size for mailbox 1, for SDIO the block
++             * size on mailbox 0 is artificially set to 1 */
++            /* must be a power of 2 */
++        A_ASSERT((blocksizes[1] & (blocksizes[1] - 1)) == 0);
++
++            /* set the host interest area for the block size */
++        status = BMIWriteMemory(ar->arHifDevice,
++                                HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(ar, hi_mbox_io_block_sz),
++                                (A_UCHAR *)&blocksizes[1],
++                                4);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("BMIWriteMemory for IO block size failed \n");
++            break;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Block Size Set: %d (target address:0x%X)\n",
++                blocksizes[1], HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(ar, hi_mbox_io_block_sz));
++
++            /* set the host interest area for the mbox ISR yield limit */
++        status = BMIWriteMemory(ar->arHifDevice,
++                                HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(ar, hi_mbox_isr_yield_limit),
++                                (A_UCHAR *)&mbox_yield_limit,
++                                4);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("BMIWriteMemory for yield limit failed \n");
++            break;
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++/*
++ * HTC Event handlers
++ */
++static void
++ar6000_avail_ev(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle)
++{
++    int i;
++    struct net_device *dev;
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar;
++    int device_index = 0;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("ar6000_available\n");
++
++    for (i=0; i < MAX_AR6000; i++) {
++        if (ar6000_devices[i] == NULL) {
++            break;
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (i == MAX_AR6000) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("ar6000_available: max devices reached\n");
++        return;
++    }
++
++    /* Save this. It gives a bit better readability especially since */
++    /* we use another local "i" variable below.                      */
++    device_index = i;
++
++    A_ASSERT(HTCHandle != NULL);
++
++    dev = alloc_etherdev(sizeof(AR_SOFTC_T));
++    if (dev == NULL) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("ar6000_available: can't alloc etherdev\n");
++        return;
++    }
++    SET_MODULE_OWNER(dev);
++
++    ether_setup(dev);
++
++    if (dev->priv == NULL) {
++        printk(KERN_CRIT "ar6000_available: Could not allocate memory\n");
++        return;
++    }
++
++    A_MEMZERO(dev->priv, sizeof(AR_SOFTC_T));
++
++    ar                       = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    ar->arNetDev             = dev;
++    ar->arHtcTarget          = HTCHandle;
++    ar->arHifDevice          = HTCGetHifDevice(HTCHandle);
++    ar->arWlanState          = WLAN_ENABLED;
++    ar->arDeviceIndex        = device_index;
++
++    A_INIT_TIMER(&ar->arHBChallengeResp.timer, ar6000_detect_error, dev);
++    ar->arHBChallengeResp.seqNum = 0;
++    ar->arHBChallengeResp.outstanding = FALSE;
++    ar->arHBChallengeResp.missCnt = 0;
++    ar->arHBChallengeResp.frequency = AR6000_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_FREQ_DEFAULT;
++    ar->arHBChallengeResp.missThres = AR6000_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_MISS_THRES_DEFAULT;
++
++    ar6000_init_control_info(ar);
++    init_waitqueue_head(&arEvent);
++    sema_init(&ar->arSem, 1);
++
++#ifdef ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL
++    A_INIT_TIMER(&aptcTimer, aptcTimerHandler, ar);
++#endif /* ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL */
++
++    /*
++     * If requested, perform some magic which requires no cooperation from
++     * the Target.  It causes the Target to ignore flash and execute to the
++     * OS from ROM.
++     *
++     * This is intended to support recovery from a corrupted flash on Targets
++     * that support flash.
++     */
++    if (skipflash)
++    {
++        ar6000_reset_device_skipflash(ar->arHifDevice);
++            }
++
++    BMIInit();
++    {
++        struct bmi_target_info targ_info;
++
++        if (BMIGetTargetInfo(ar->arHifDevice, &targ_info) != A_OK) {
++            return;
++        }
++
++        ar->arVersion.target_ver = targ_info.target_ver;
++        ar->arTargetType = targ_info.target_type;
++    }
++
++    if (enableuartprint) {
++        A_UINT32 param;
++        param = 1;
++        if (BMIWriteMemory(ar->arHifDevice,
++                           HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(ar, hi_serial_enable),
++                           (A_UCHAR *)&param,
++                           4)!= A_OK)
++        {
++             AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("BMIWriteMemory for enableuartprint failed \n");
++             return ;
++        }
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Serial console prints enabled\n");
++    }
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++    if(testmode) {
++        ar->arTargetMode = AR6000_TCMD_MODE;
++    }else {
++        ar->arTargetMode = AR6000_WLAN_MODE;
++    }
++#endif
++    if (enabletimerwar) {
++        A_UINT32 param;
++
++        if (BMIReadMemory(ar->arHifDevice,
++            HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(ar, hi_option_flag),
++            (A_UCHAR *)&param,
++            4)!= A_OK)
++        {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("BMIReadMemory for enabletimerwar failed \n");
++            return;
++        }
++
++        param |= HI_OPTION_TIMER_WAR;
++
++        if (BMIWriteMemory(ar->arHifDevice,
++            HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(ar, hi_option_flag),
++            (A_UCHAR *)&param,
++            4) != A_OK)
++        {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("BMIWriteMemory for enabletimerwar failed \n");
++            return;
++        }
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Timer WAR enabled\n");
++    }
++
++
++        /* since BMIInit is called in the driver layer, we have to set the block
++         * size here for the target */
++
++    if (A_FAILED(ar6000_SetHTCBlockSize(ar))) {
++        return;
++    }
++
++    spin_lock_init(&ar->arLock);
++
++    /* Don't install the init function if BMI is requested */
++    if(!bmienable)
++    {
++        dev->init = ar6000_init;
++    } else {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(" BMI enabled \n");
++    }
++
++    dev->open = &ar6000_open;
++    dev->stop = &ar6000_close;
++    dev->hard_start_xmit = &ar6000_data_tx;
++    dev->get_stats = &ar6000_get_stats;
++
++    /* dev->tx_timeout = ar6000_tx_timeout; */
++    dev->do_ioctl = &ar6000_ioctl_dispatcher;
++    dev->watchdog_timeo = AR6000_TX_TIMEOUT;
++    ar6000_ioctl_iwsetup(&ath_iw_handler_def);
++    dev->wireless_handlers = &ath_iw_handler_def;
++
++#if LINUX_VERSION_CODE < KERNEL_VERSION(2,6,19)
++    dev->get_wireless_stats = ar6000_get_iwstats; /*Displayed via proc fs */
++#else
++    ath_iw_handler_def.get_wireless_stats = ar6000_get_iwstats; /*Displayed via proc fs */
++#endif
++
++    /*
++     * We need the OS to provide us with more headroom in order to
++     * perform dix to 802.3, WMI header encap, and the HTC header
++     */
++    dev->hard_header_len = ETH_HLEN + sizeof(ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR) +
++        sizeof(WMI_DATA_HDR) + HTC_HEADER_LEN;
++
++    /* This runs the init function */
++    if (register_netdev(dev)) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("ar6000_avail: register_netdev failed\n");
++        ar6000_destroy(dev);
++        return;
++    }
++
++    HTCSetInstance(ar->arHtcTarget, ar);
++
++    /* We only register the device in the global list if we succeed. */
++    /* If the device is in the global list, it will be destroyed     */
++    /* when the module is unloaded.                                  */
++    ar6000_devices[device_index] = dev;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("ar6000_avail: name=%s htcTarget=0x%x, dev=0x%x (%d), ar=0x%x\n",
++                    dev->name, (A_UINT32)HTCHandle, (A_UINT32)dev, device_index,
++                    (A_UINT32)ar);
++}
++
++static void ar6000_target_failure(void *Instance, A_STATUS Status)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)Instance;
++    WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_EVENT errEvent;
++    static A_BOOL sip = FALSE;
++
++    if (Status != A_OK) {
++        if (timer_pending(&ar->arHBChallengeResp.timer)) {
++            A_UNTIMEOUT(&ar->arHBChallengeResp.timer);
++        }
++
++        /* try dumping target assertion information (if any) */
++        ar6000_dump_target_assert_info(ar->arHifDevice,ar->arTargetType);
++
++        /*
++         * Fetch the logs from the target via the diagnostic
++         * window.
++         */
++        ar6000_dbglog_get_debug_logs(ar);
++
++        /* Report the error only once */
++        if (!sip) {
++            sip = TRUE;
++            errEvent.errorVal = WMI_TARGET_COM_ERR |
++                                WMI_TARGET_FATAL_ERR;
++            ar6000_send_event_to_app(ar, WMI_ERROR_REPORT_EVENTID,
++                                     (A_UINT8 *)&errEvent,
++                                     sizeof(WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_EVENT));
++        }
++    }
++}
++
++static void
++ar6000_unavail_ev(void *Instance)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)Instance;
++        /* NULL out it's entry in the global list */
++    ar6000_devices[ar->arDeviceIndex] = NULL;
++    ar6000_destroy(ar->arNetDev);
++}
++
++/*
++ * We need to differentiate between the surprise and planned removal of the
++ * device because of the following consideration:
++ * - In case of surprise removal, the hcd already frees up the pending
++ *   for the device and hence there is no need to unregister the function
++ *   driver inorder to get these requests. For planned removal, the function
++ *   driver has to explictly unregister itself to have the hcd return all the
++ *   pending requests before the data structures for the devices are freed up.
++ *   Note that as per the current implementation, the function driver will
++ *   end up releasing all the devices since there is no API to selectively
++ *   release a particular device.
++ * - Certain commands issued to the target can be skipped for surprise
++ *   removal since they will anyway not go through.
++ */
++static void
++ar6000_destroy(struct net_device *dev)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("+ar6000_destroy \n");
++
++    if((dev == NULL) || ((ar = netdev_priv(dev)) == NULL))
++    {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%s(): Failed to get device structure.\n", __func__);
++        return;
++    }
++
++    /* Stop the transmit queues */
++    netif_stop_queue(dev);
++
++    /* Disable the target and the interrupts associated with it */
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == TRUE)
++    {
++        if (!bypasswmi)
++        {
++            if (ar->arConnected == TRUE || ar->arConnectPending == TRUE)
++            {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%s(): Disconnect\n", __func__);
++                AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++                ar6000_init_profile_info(ar);
++                AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++                wmi_disconnect_cmd(ar->arWmi);
++            }
++
++            ar6000_dbglog_get_debug_logs(ar);
++            ar->arWmiReady  = FALSE;
++            ar->arConnected = FALSE;
++            ar->arConnectPending = FALSE;
++            wmi_shutdown(ar->arWmi);
++            ar->arWmiEnabled = FALSE;
++            ar->arWmi = NULL;
++            ar->arWlanState = WLAN_ENABLED;
++#ifdef USER_KEYS
++            ar->user_savedkeys_stat = USER_SAVEDKEYS_STAT_INIT;
++            ar->user_key_ctrl      = 0;
++#endif
++        }
++
++         AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%s(): WMI stopped\n", __func__);
++    }
++    else
++    {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%s(): WMI not ready 0x%08x 0x%08x\n",
++            __func__, (unsigned int) ar, (unsigned int) ar->arWmi);
++
++        /* Shut down WMI if we have started it */
++        if(ar->arWmiEnabled == TRUE)
++        {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%s(): Shut down WMI\n", __func__);
++            wmi_shutdown(ar->arWmi);
++            ar->arWmiEnabled = FALSE;
++            ar->arWmi = NULL;
++        }
++    }
++
++    /* stop HTC */
++    HTCStop(ar->arHtcTarget);
++
++    /* set the instance to NULL so we do not get called back on remove incase we
++     * we're explicity destroyed by module unload */
++    HTCSetInstance(ar->arHtcTarget, NULL);
++
++    if (resetok) {
++        /* try to reset the device if we can
++         * The driver may have been configure NOT to reset the target during
++         * a debug session */
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(" Attempting to reset target on instance destroy.... \n");
++        ar6000_reset_device(ar->arHifDevice, ar->arTargetType);
++    } else {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(" Host does not want target reset. \n");
++    }
++
++       /* Done with cookies */
++    ar6000_cookie_cleanup(ar);
++
++    /* Cleanup BMI */
++    BMIInit();
++
++    /* Clear the tx counters */
++    memset(tx_attempt, 0, sizeof(tx_attempt));
++    memset(tx_post, 0, sizeof(tx_post));
++    memset(tx_complete, 0, sizeof(tx_complete));
++
++
++    /* Free up the device data structure */
++    unregister_netdev(dev);
++#ifndef free_netdev
++    kfree(dev);
++#else
++    free_netdev(dev);
++#endif
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("-ar6000_destroy \n");
++}
++
++static void ar6000_detect_error(unsigned long ptr)
++{
++    struct net_device *dev = (struct net_device *)ptr;
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_EVENT errEvent;
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    if (ar->arHBChallengeResp.outstanding) {
++        ar->arHBChallengeResp.missCnt++;
++    } else {
++        ar->arHBChallengeResp.missCnt = 0;
++    }
++
++    if (ar->arHBChallengeResp.missCnt > ar->arHBChallengeResp.missThres) {
++        /* Send Error Detect event to the application layer and do not reschedule the error detection module timer */
++        ar->arHBChallengeResp.missCnt = 0;
++        ar->arHBChallengeResp.seqNum = 0;
++        errEvent.errorVal = WMI_TARGET_COM_ERR | WMI_TARGET_FATAL_ERR;
++        AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++        ar6000_send_event_to_app(ar, WMI_ERROR_REPORT_EVENTID,
++                                 (A_UINT8 *)&errEvent,
++                                 sizeof(WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_EVENT));
++        return;
++    }
++
++    /* Generate the sequence number for the next challenge */
++    ar->arHBChallengeResp.seqNum++;
++    ar->arHBChallengeResp.outstanding = TRUE;
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    /* Send the challenge on the control channel */
++    if (wmi_get_challenge_resp_cmd(ar->arWmi, ar->arHBChallengeResp.seqNum, DRV_HB_CHALLENGE) != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Unable to send heart beat challenge\n");
++    }
++
++
++    /* Reschedule the timer for the next challenge */
++    A_TIMEOUT_MS(&ar->arHBChallengeResp.timer, ar->arHBChallengeResp.frequency * 1000, 0);
++}
++
++void ar6000_init_profile_info(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++    ar->arSsidLen            = 0;
++    A_MEMZERO(ar->arSsid, sizeof(ar->arSsid));
++    ar->arNetworkType        = INFRA_NETWORK;
++    ar->arDot11AuthMode      = OPEN_AUTH;
++    ar->arAuthMode           = NONE_AUTH;
++    ar->arPairwiseCrypto     = NONE_CRYPT;
++    ar->arPairwiseCryptoLen  = 0;
++    ar->arGroupCrypto        = NONE_CRYPT;
++    ar->arGroupCryptoLen     = 0;
++    A_MEMZERO(ar->arWepKeyList, sizeof(ar->arWepKeyList));
++    A_MEMZERO(ar->arReqBssid, sizeof(ar->arReqBssid));
++    A_MEMZERO(ar->arBssid, sizeof(ar->arBssid));
++    ar->arBssChannel = 0;
++}
++
++static void
++ar6000_init_control_info(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++    ar->arWmiEnabled         = FALSE;
++    ar6000_init_profile_info(ar);
++    ar->arDefTxKeyIndex      = 0;
++    A_MEMZERO(ar->arWepKeyList, sizeof(ar->arWepKeyList));
++    ar->arChannelHint        = 0;
++    ar->arListenInterval     = MAX_LISTEN_INTERVAL;
++    ar->arVersion.host_ver   = AR6K_SW_VERSION;
++    ar->arRssi               = 0;
++    ar->arTxPwr              = 0;
++    ar->arTxPwrSet           = FALSE;
++    ar->arSkipScan           = 0;
++    ar->arBeaconInterval     = 0;
++    ar->arBitRate            = 0;
++    ar->arMaxRetries         = 0;
++    ar->arWmmEnabled         = TRUE;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_open(struct net_device *dev)
++{
++    /* Wake up the queues */
++    netif_wake_queue(dev);
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_close(struct net_device *dev)
++{
++    netif_stop_queue(dev);
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/* connect to a service */
++static A_STATUS ar6000_connectservice(AR_SOFTC_T               *ar,
++                                      HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_REQ  *pConnect,
++                                      WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID        WmiStreamID,
++                                      char                     *pDesc)
++{
++    A_STATUS                 status;
++    HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_RESP response;
++
++    do {
++
++        A_MEMZERO(&response,sizeof(response));
++
++        status = HTCConnectService(ar->arHtcTarget,
++                                   pConnect,
++                                   &response);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(" Failed to connect to %s service status:%d \n", pDesc, status);
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (WmiStreamID == WMI_NOT_MAPPED) {
++                /* done */
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* set endpoint mapping for the WMI stream in the driver layer */
++        arSetWMIStream2EndpointIDMap(ar,WmiStreamID,response.Endpoint);
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++static void ar6000_TxDataCleanup(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++        /* flush all the data (non-control) streams
++         * we only flush packets that are tagged as data, we leave any control packets that
++         * were in the TX queues alone */
++    HTCFlushEndpoint(ar->arHtcTarget,
++                     arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_BEST_EFFORT_PRI),
++                     AR6K_DATA_PKT_TAG);
++    HTCFlushEndpoint(ar->arHtcTarget,
++                     arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_LOW_PRI),
++                     AR6K_DATA_PKT_TAG);
++    HTCFlushEndpoint(ar->arHtcTarget,
++                     arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_HIGH_PRI),
++                     AR6K_DATA_PKT_TAG);
++    HTCFlushEndpoint(ar->arHtcTarget,
++                     arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_HIGHEST_PRI),
++                     AR6K_DATA_PKT_TAG);
++}
++
++/* This function does one time initialization for the lifetime of the device */
++int ar6000_init(struct net_device *dev)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar;
++    A_STATUS    status;
++    A_INT32     timeleft;
++
++    if((ar = netdev_priv(dev)) == NULL)
++    {
++        return(-EIO);
++    }
++
++    /* Do we need to finish the BMI phase */
++    if(BMIDone(ar->arHifDevice) != A_OK)
++    {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (!bypasswmi)
++    {
++#if 0 /* TBDXXX */
++        if (ar->arVersion.host_ver != ar->arVersion.target_ver) {
++            A_PRINTF("WARNING: Host version 0x%x does not match Target "
++                    " version 0x%x!\n",
++                    ar->arVersion.host_ver, ar->arVersion.target_ver);
++        }
++#endif
++
++        /* Indicate that WMI is enabled (although not ready yet) */
++        ar->arWmiEnabled = TRUE;
++        if ((ar->arWmi = wmi_init((void *) ar)) == NULL)
++        {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%s() Failed to initialize WMI.\n", __func__);
++            return(-EIO);
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%s() Got WMI @ 0x%08x.\n", __func__,
++            (unsigned int) ar->arWmi);
++    }
++
++    do {
++        HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_REQ connect;
++
++            /* the reason we have to wait for the target here is that the driver layer
++             * has to init BMI in order to set the host block size,
++             */
++        status = HTCWaitTarget(ar->arHtcTarget);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        A_MEMZERO(&connect,sizeof(connect));
++            /* meta data is unused for now */
++        connect.pMetaData = NULL;
++        connect.MetaDataLength = 0;
++            /* these fields are the same for all service endpoints */
++        connect.EpCallbacks.pContext = ar;
++        connect.EpCallbacks.EpTxComplete = ar6000_tx_complete;
++        connect.EpCallbacks.EpRecv = ar6000_rx;
++        connect.EpCallbacks.EpRecvRefill = ar6000_rx_refill;
++        connect.EpCallbacks.EpSendFull = ar6000_tx_queue_full;
++            /* set the max queue depth so that our ar6000_tx_queue_full handler gets called.
++             * Linux has the peculiarity of not providing flow control between the
++             * NIC and the network stack. There is no API to indicate that a TX packet
++             * was sent which could provide some back pressure to the network stack.
++             * Under linux you would have to wait till the network stack consumed all sk_buffs
++             * before any back-flow kicked in. Which isn't very friendly.
++             * So we have to manage this ourselves */
++        connect.MaxSendQueueDepth = 32;
++
++            /* connect to control service */
++        connect.ServiceID = WMI_CONTROL_SVC;
++        status = ar6000_connectservice(ar,
++                                       &connect,
++                                       WMI_CONTROL_PRI,
++                                       "WMI CONTROL");
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* for the remaining data services set the connection flag to reduce dribbling,
++             * if configured to do so */
++        if (reduce_credit_dribble) {
++            connect.ConnectionFlags |= HTC_CONNECT_FLAGS_REDUCE_CREDIT_DRIBBLE;
++            /* the credit dribble trigger threshold is (reduce_credit_dribble - 1) for a value
++             * of 0-3 */
++            connect.ConnectionFlags &= ~HTC_CONNECT_FLAGS_THRESHOLD_LEVEL_MASK;
++            connect.ConnectionFlags |=
++                        ((A_UINT16)reduce_credit_dribble - 1) & HTC_CONNECT_FLAGS_THRESHOLD_LEVEL_MASK;
++        }
++            /* connect to best-effort service */
++        connect.ServiceID = WMI_DATA_BE_SVC;
++
++        status = ar6000_connectservice(ar,
++                                       &connect,
++                                       WMI_BEST_EFFORT_PRI,
++                                       "WMI DATA BE");
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* connect to back-ground
++             * map this to WMI LOW_PRI */
++        connect.ServiceID = WMI_DATA_BK_SVC;
++        status = ar6000_connectservice(ar,
++                                       &connect,
++                                       WMI_LOW_PRI,
++                                       "WMI DATA BK");
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* connect to Video service, map this to
++             * to HI PRI */
++        connect.ServiceID = WMI_DATA_VI_SVC;
++        status = ar6000_connectservice(ar,
++                                       &connect,
++                                       WMI_HIGH_PRI,
++                                       "WMI DATA VI");
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* connect to VO service, this is currently not
++             * mapped to a WMI priority stream due to historical reasons.
++             * WMI originally defined 3 priorities over 3 mailboxes
++             * We can change this when WMI is reworked so that priorities are not
++             * dependent on mailboxes */
++        connect.ServiceID = WMI_DATA_VO_SVC;
++        status = ar6000_connectservice(ar,
++                                       &connect,
++                                       WMI_HIGHEST_PRI,
++                                       "WMI DATA VO");
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        A_ASSERT(arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_CONTROL_PRI) != 0);
++        A_ASSERT(arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_BEST_EFFORT_PRI) != 0);
++        A_ASSERT(arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_LOW_PRI) != 0);
++        A_ASSERT(arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_HIGH_PRI) != 0);
++        A_ASSERT(arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_HIGHEST_PRI) != 0);
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++        return (-EIO);
++    }
++
++    /*
++     * give our connected endpoints some buffers
++     */
++    ar6000_rx_refill(ar, arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_CONTROL_PRI));
++
++    ar6000_rx_refill(ar, arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_BEST_EFFORT_PRI));
++
++    /*
++     * We will post the receive buffers only for SPE testing and so we are
++     * making it conditional on the 'bypasswmi' flag.
++     */
++    if (bypasswmi) {
++        ar6000_rx_refill(ar,arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_LOW_PRI));
++        ar6000_rx_refill(ar,arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_HIGH_PRI));
++    }
++
++        /* setup credit distribution */
++    ar6000_setup_credit_dist(ar->arHtcTarget, &ar->arCreditStateInfo);
++
++    /* Since cookies are used for HTC transports, they should be */
++    /* initialized prior to enabling HTC.                        */
++    ar6000_cookie_init(ar);
++
++    /* start HTC */
++    status = HTCStart(ar->arHtcTarget);
++
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        if (ar->arWmiEnabled == TRUE) {
++            wmi_shutdown(ar->arWmi);
++            ar->arWmiEnabled = FALSE;
++            ar->arWmi = NULL;
++        }
++        ar6000_cookie_cleanup(ar);
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (!bypasswmi) {
++        /* Wait for Wmi event to be ready */
++        timeleft = wait_event_interruptible_timeout(arEvent,
++            (ar->arWmiReady == TRUE), wmitimeout * HZ);
++
++        if(!timeleft || signal_pending(current))
++        {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("WMI is not ready or wait was interrupted\n");
++#if defined(DWSIM) /* TBDXXX */
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(".....but proceed anyway.\n");
++#else
++            return -EIO;
++#endif
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%s() WMI is ready\n", __func__);
++
++        /* Communicate the wmi protocol verision to the target */
++        if ((ar6000_set_host_app_area(ar)) != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Unable to set the host app area\n");
++        }
++    }
++
++    ar->arNumDataEndPts = 1;
++
++    return(0);
++}
++
++
++void
++ar6000_bitrate_rx(void *devt, A_INT32 rateKbps)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)devt;
++
++    ar->arBitRate = rateKbps;
++    wake_up(&arEvent);
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_ratemask_rx(void *devt, A_UINT16 ratemask)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)devt;
++
++    ar->arRateMask = ratemask;
++    wake_up(&arEvent);
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_txPwr_rx(void *devt, A_UINT8 txPwr)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)devt;
++
++    ar->arTxPwr = txPwr;
++    wake_up(&arEvent);
++}
++
++
++void
++ar6000_channelList_rx(void *devt, A_INT8 numChan, A_UINT16 *chanList)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)devt;
++
++    A_MEMCPY(ar->arChannelList, chanList, numChan * sizeof (A_UINT16));
++    ar->arNumChannels = numChan;
++
++    wake_up(&arEvent);
++}
++
++A_UINT8
++ar6000_ibss_map_epid(struct sk_buff *skb, struct net_device *dev, A_UINT32 * mapNo)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T      *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    A_UINT8         *datap;
++    ATH_MAC_HDR     *macHdr;
++    A_UINT32         i, eptMap;
++
++    (*mapNo) = 0;
++    datap = A_NETBUF_DATA(skb);
++    macHdr = (ATH_MAC_HDR *)(datap + sizeof(WMI_DATA_HDR));
++    if (IEEE80211_IS_MULTICAST(macHdr->dstMac)) {
++        return ENDPOINT_2;
++    }
++
++    eptMap = -1;
++    for (i = 0; i < ar->arNodeNum; i ++) {
++        if (IEEE80211_ADDR_EQ(macHdr->dstMac, ar->arNodeMap[i].macAddress)) {
++            (*mapNo) = i + 1;
++            ar->arNodeMap[i].txPending ++;
++            return ar->arNodeMap[i].epId;
++        }
++
++        if ((eptMap == -1) && !ar->arNodeMap[i].txPending) {
++            eptMap = i;
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (eptMap == -1) {
++        eptMap = ar->arNodeNum;
++        ar->arNodeNum ++;
++        A_ASSERT(ar->arNodeNum <= MAX_NODE_NUM);
++    }
++
++    A_MEMCPY(ar->arNodeMap[eptMap].macAddress, macHdr->dstMac, IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN);
++
++    for (i = ENDPOINT_2; i <= ENDPOINT_5; i ++) {
++        if (!ar->arTxPending[i]) {
++            ar->arNodeMap[eptMap].epId = i;
++            break;
++        }
++        // No free endpoint is available, start redistribution on the inuse endpoints.
++        if (i == ENDPOINT_5) {
++            ar->arNodeMap[eptMap].epId = ar->arNexEpId;
++            ar->arNexEpId ++;
++            if (ar->arNexEpId > ENDPOINT_5) {
++                ar->arNexEpId = ENDPOINT_2;
++            }
++        }
++    }
++
++    (*mapNo) = eptMap + 1;
++    ar->arNodeMap[eptMap].txPending ++;
++
++    return ar->arNodeMap[eptMap].epId;
++}
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++static void ar6000_dump_skb(struct sk_buff *skb)
++{
++   u_char *ch;
++   for (ch = A_NETBUF_DATA(skb);
++        (A_UINT32)ch < ((A_UINT32)A_NETBUF_DATA(skb) +
++        A_NETBUF_LEN(skb)); ch++)
++    {
++         AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%2.2x ", *ch);
++    }
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("\n");
++}
++#endif
++
++static int
++ar6000_data_tx(struct sk_buff *skb, struct net_device *dev)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T        *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID streamID = WMI_NOT_MAPPED;
++    A_UINT32          mapNo = 0;
++    int               len;
++    struct ar_cookie *cookie;
++    A_BOOL            checkAdHocPsMapping = FALSE;
++
++#if LINUX_VERSION_CODE <= KERNEL_VERSION(2,6,13)
++    skb->list = NULL;
++#endif
++
++    AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("ar6000_data_tx start - skb=0x%x, data=0x%x, len=0x%x\n",
++                     (A_UINT32)skb, (A_UINT32)A_NETBUF_DATA(skb),
++                     A_NETBUF_LEN(skb));
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++     /* TCMD doesnt support any data, free the buf and return */
++    if(ar->arTargetMode == AR6000_TCMD_MODE) {
++        A_NETBUF_FREE(skb);
++        return 0;
++    }
++#endif
++    do {
++
++        if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE && bypasswmi == 0) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++#ifdef BLOCK_TX_PATH_FLAG
++        if (blocktx) {
++            break;
++        }
++#endif /* BLOCK_TX_PATH_FLAG */
++
++        if (ar->arWmiEnabled) {
++            if (A_NETBUF_HEADROOM(skb) < dev->hard_header_len) {
++                struct sk_buff  *newbuf;
++                /*
++                 * We really should have gotten enough headroom but sometimes
++                 * we still get packets with not enough headroom.  Copy the packet.
++                 */
++                len = A_NETBUF_LEN(skb);
++                newbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(len);
++                if (newbuf == NULL) {
++                    break;
++                }
++                A_NETBUF_PUT(newbuf, len);
++                A_MEMCPY(A_NETBUF_DATA(newbuf), A_NETBUF_DATA(skb), len);
++                A_NETBUF_FREE(skb);
++                skb = newbuf;
++                /* fall through and assemble header */
++            }
++
++            if (wmi_dix_2_dot3(ar->arWmi, skb) != A_OK) {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("ar6000_data_tx - wmi_dix_2_dot3 failed\n");
++                break;
++            }
++
++            if (wmi_data_hdr_add(ar->arWmi, skb, DATA_MSGTYPE) != A_OK) {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("ar6000_data_tx - wmi_data_hdr_add failed\n");
++                break;
++            }
++
++            if ((ar->arNetworkType == ADHOC_NETWORK) &&
++                ar->arIbssPsEnable && ar->arConnected) {
++                    /* flag to check adhoc mapping once we take the lock below: */
++                checkAdHocPsMapping = TRUE;
++
++            } else {
++                    /* get the stream mapping */
++                if (ar->arWmmEnabled) {
++                    streamID = wmi_get_stream_id(ar->arWmi,
++                                    wmi_implicit_create_pstream(ar->arWmi, skb, UPLINK_TRAFFIC, UNDEFINED_PRI));
++                } else {
++                    streamID = WMI_BEST_EFFORT_PRI;
++                }
++            }
++
++        } else {
++            struct iphdr    *ipHdr;
++            /*
++             * the endpoint is directly based on the TOS field in the IP
++             * header **** only for testing ******
++             */
++            ipHdr = A_NETBUF_DATA(skb) + sizeof(ATH_MAC_HDR);
++                /* here we map the TOS field to an endpoint number, this is for
++                 * the endpointping test application */
++            streamID = IP_TOS_TO_WMI_PRI(ipHdr->tos);
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++        /* did we succeed ? */
++    if ((streamID == WMI_NOT_MAPPED) && !checkAdHocPsMapping) {
++            /* cleanup and exit */
++        A_NETBUF_FREE(skb);
++        AR6000_STAT_INC(ar, tx_dropped);
++        AR6000_STAT_INC(ar, tx_aborted_errors);
++        return 0;
++    }
++
++    cookie = NULL;
++
++        /* take the lock to protect driver data */
++    AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    do {
++
++        if (checkAdHocPsMapping) {
++            streamID = ar6000_ibss_map_epid(skb, dev, &mapNo);
++        }
++
++        A_ASSERT(streamID != WMI_NOT_MAPPED);
++
++            /* validate that the endpoint is connected */
++        if (arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,streamID) == 0) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Stream %d is NOT mapped!\n",streamID);
++            break;
++        }
++            /* allocate resource for this packet */
++        cookie = ar6000_alloc_cookie(ar);
++
++        if (cookie != NULL) {
++                /* update counts while the lock is held */
++            ar->arTxPending[streamID]++;
++            ar->arTotalTxDataPending++;
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    if (cookie != NULL) {
++        cookie->arc_bp[0] = (A_UINT32)skb;
++        cookie->arc_bp[1] = mapNo;
++        SET_HTC_PACKET_INFO_TX(&cookie->HtcPkt,
++                               cookie,
++                               A_NETBUF_DATA(skb),
++                               A_NETBUF_LEN(skb),
++                               arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,streamID),
++                               AR6K_DATA_PKT_TAG);
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++        if (debugdriver >= 3) {
++            ar6000_dump_skb(skb);
++        }
++#endif
++            /* HTC interface is asynchronous, if this fails, cleanup will happen in
++             * the ar6000_tx_complete callback */
++        HTCSendPkt(ar->arHtcTarget, &cookie->HtcPkt);
++    } else {
++            /* no packet to send, cleanup */
++        A_NETBUF_FREE(skb);
++        AR6000_STAT_INC(ar, tx_dropped);
++        AR6000_STAT_INC(ar, tx_aborted_errors);
++    }
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++#ifdef ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL
++static void
++tvsub(register struct timeval *out, register struct timeval *in)
++{
++    if((out->tv_usec -= in->tv_usec) < 0) {
++        out->tv_sec--;
++        out->tv_usec += 1000000;
++    }
++    out->tv_sec -= in->tv_sec;
++}
++
++void
++applyAPTCHeuristics(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++    A_UINT32 duration;
++    A_UINT32 numbytes;
++    A_UINT32 throughput;
++    struct timeval ts;
++    A_STATUS status;
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    if ((enableAPTCHeuristics) && (!aptcTR.timerScheduled)) {
++        do_gettimeofday(&ts);
++        tvsub(&ts, &aptcTR.samplingTS);
++        duration = ts.tv_sec * 1000 + ts.tv_usec / 1000; /* ms */
++        numbytes = aptcTR.bytesTransmitted + aptcTR.bytesReceived;
++
++        if (duration > APTC_TRAFFIC_SAMPLING_INTERVAL) {
++            /* Initialize the time stamp and byte count */
++            aptcTR.bytesTransmitted = aptcTR.bytesReceived = 0;
++            do_gettimeofday(&aptcTR.samplingTS);
++
++            /* Calculate and decide based on throughput thresholds */
++            throughput = ((numbytes * 8) / duration);
++            if (throughput > APTC_UPPER_THROUGHPUT_THRESHOLD) {
++                /* Disable Sleep and schedule a timer */
++                A_ASSERT(ar->arWmiReady == TRUE);
++                AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++                status = wmi_powermode_cmd(ar->arWmi, MAX_PERF_POWER);
++                AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++                A_TIMEOUT_MS(&aptcTimer, APTC_TRAFFIC_SAMPLING_INTERVAL, 0);
++                aptcTR.timerScheduled = TRUE;
++            }
++        }
++    }
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++}
++#endif /* ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL */
++
++static void ar6000_tx_queue_full(void *Context, HTC_ENDPOINT_ID Endpoint)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T     *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)Context;
++
++
++    if (Endpoint == arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,WMI_CONTROL_PRI)) {
++        if (!bypasswmi) {
++                /* under normal WMI if this is getting full, then something is running rampant
++                 * the host should not be exhausting the WMI queue with too many commands
++                 * the only exception to this is during testing using endpointping */
++
++            AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++                /* set flag to handle subsequent messages */
++            ar->arWMIControlEpFull = TRUE;
++            AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("WMI Control Endpoint is FULL!!! \n");
++        }
++    } else {
++
++        AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++        ar->arNetQueueStopped = TRUE;
++        AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++        /* one of the data endpoints queues is getting full..need to stop network stack
++         * the queue will resume in ar6000_tx_complete() */
++        netif_stop_queue(ar->arNetDev);
++    }
++
++
++}
++
++
++static void
++ar6000_tx_complete(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T     *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)Context;
++    void           *cookie = (void *)pPacket->pPktContext;
++    struct sk_buff *skb = NULL;
++    A_UINT32        mapNo = 0;
++    A_STATUS        status;
++    struct ar_cookie * ar_cookie;
++    WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID streamID;
++    A_BOOL          wakeEvent = FALSE;
++
++    status = pPacket->Status;
++    ar_cookie = (struct ar_cookie *)cookie;
++    skb = (struct sk_buff *)ar_cookie->arc_bp[0];
++    streamID = arEndpoint2WMIStreamID(ar,pPacket->Endpoint);
++    mapNo = ar_cookie->arc_bp[1];
++
++    A_ASSERT(skb);
++    A_ASSERT(pPacket->pBuffer == A_NETBUF_DATA(skb));
++
++    if (A_SUCCESS(status)) {
++        A_ASSERT(pPacket->ActualLength == A_NETBUF_LEN(skb));
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("ar6000_tx_complete skb=0x%x data=0x%x len=0x%x sid=%d ",
++                     (A_UINT32)skb, (A_UINT32)pPacket->pBuffer,
++                     pPacket->ActualLength,
++                     streamID);
++
++        /* lock the driver as we update internal state */
++    AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    ar->arTxPending[streamID]--;
++
++    if ((streamID != WMI_CONTROL_PRI) || bypasswmi) {
++        ar->arTotalTxDataPending--;
++    }
++
++    if (streamID == WMI_CONTROL_PRI)
++    {
++        if (ar->arWMIControlEpFull) {
++                /* since this packet completed, the WMI EP is no longer full */
++            ar->arWMIControlEpFull = FALSE;
++        }
++
++        if (ar->arTxPending[streamID] == 0) {
++            wakeEvent = TRUE;
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%s() -TX ERROR, status: 0x%x\n", __func__,
++                        status);
++        AR6000_STAT_INC(ar, tx_errors);
++    } else {
++        AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("OK\n");
++        AR6000_STAT_INC(ar, tx_packets);
++        ar->arNetStats.tx_bytes += A_NETBUF_LEN(skb);
++#ifdef ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL
++        aptcTR.bytesTransmitted += a_netbuf_to_len(skb);
++        applyAPTCHeuristics(ar);
++#endif /* ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL */
++    }
++
++    // TODO this needs to be looked at
++    if ((ar->arNetworkType == ADHOC_NETWORK) && ar->arIbssPsEnable
++        && (streamID != WMI_CONTROL_PRI) && mapNo)
++    {
++        mapNo --;
++        ar->arNodeMap[mapNo].txPending --;
++
++        if (!ar->arNodeMap[mapNo].txPending && (mapNo == (ar->arNodeNum - 1))) {
++            A_UINT32 i;
++            for (i = ar->arNodeNum; i > 0; i --) {
++                if (!ar->arNodeMap[i - 1].txPending) {
++                    A_MEMZERO(&ar->arNodeMap[i - 1], sizeof(struct ar_node_mapping));
++                    ar->arNodeNum --;
++                } else {
++                    break;
++                }
++            }
++        }
++    }
++
++    /* Freeing a cookie should not be contingent on either of */
++    /* these flags, just if we have a cookie or not.           */
++    /* Can we even get here without a cookie? Fix later.       */
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == TRUE || (bypasswmi))
++    {
++        ar6000_free_cookie(ar, cookie);
++    }
++
++    if (ar->arNetQueueStopped) {
++        ar->arNetQueueStopped = FALSE;
++    }
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    /* lock is released, we can freely call other kernel APIs */
++
++        /* this indirectly frees the HTC_PACKET */
++    A_NETBUF_FREE(skb);
++
++    if ((ar->arConnected == TRUE) || (bypasswmi)) {
++        if (status != A_ECANCELED) {
++                /* don't wake the queue if we are flushing, other wise it will just
++                 * keep queueing packets, which will keep failing */
++            netif_wake_queue(ar->arNetDev);
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (wakeEvent) {
++        wake_up(&arEvent);
++    }
++
++}
++
++/*
++ * Receive event handler.  This is called by HTC when a packet is received
++ */
++int pktcount;
++static void
++ar6000_rx(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)Context;
++    struct sk_buff *skb = (struct sk_buff *)pPacket->pPktContext;
++    int minHdrLen;
++    A_STATUS        status = pPacket->Status;
++    WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID streamID = arEndpoint2WMIStreamID(ar,pPacket->Endpoint);
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_ID   ept = pPacket->Endpoint;
++
++    A_ASSERT((status != A_OK) || (pPacket->pBuffer == (A_NETBUF_DATA(skb) + HTC_HEADER_LEN)));
++
++    AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("ar6000_rx ar=0x%x sid=%d, skb=0x%x, data=0x%x, len=0x%x ",
++                    (A_UINT32)ar, streamID, (A_UINT32)skb, (A_UINT32)pPacket->pBuffer,
++                    pPacket->ActualLength);
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("ERR\n");
++    } else {
++        AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("OK\n");
++    }
++
++        /* take lock to protect buffer counts
++         * and adaptive power throughput state */
++    AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    ar->arRxBuffers[streamID]--;
++
++    if (A_SUCCESS(status)) {
++        AR6000_STAT_INC(ar, rx_packets);
++        ar->arNetStats.rx_bytes += pPacket->ActualLength;
++#ifdef ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL
++        aptcTR.bytesReceived += a_netbuf_to_len(skb);
++        applyAPTCHeuristics(ar);
++#endif /* ADAPTIVE_POWER_THROUGHPUT_CONTROL */
++
++        A_NETBUF_PUT(skb, pPacket->ActualLength +  HTC_HEADER_LEN);
++        A_NETBUF_PULL(skb, HTC_HEADER_LEN);
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++        if (debugdriver >= 2) {
++            ar6000_dump_skb(skb);
++        }
++#endif /* DEBUG */
++    }
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR6000_STAT_INC(ar, rx_errors);
++        A_NETBUF_FREE(skb);
++    } else if (ar->arWmiEnabled == TRUE) {
++        if (streamID == WMI_CONTROL_PRI) {
++           /*
++            * this is a wmi control msg
++            */
++            wmi_control_rx(ar->arWmi, skb);
++        } else {
++            WMI_DATA_HDR *dhdr = (WMI_DATA_HDR *)A_NETBUF_DATA(skb);
++            if (WMI_DATA_HDR_IS_MSG_TYPE(dhdr, CNTL_MSGTYPE)) {
++                /*
++                 * this is a wmi control msg
++                 */
++                /* strip off WMI hdr */
++                wmi_data_hdr_remove(ar->arWmi, skb);
++                wmi_control_rx(ar->arWmi, skb);
++            } else {
++                /*
++                 * this is a wmi data packet
++                 */
++                minHdrLen = sizeof (WMI_DATA_HDR) + sizeof(ATH_MAC_HDR) +
++                            sizeof(ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR);
++
++                if ((pPacket->ActualLength < minHdrLen) ||
++                    (pPacket->ActualLength > AR6000_BUFFER_SIZE))
++                {
++                    /*
++                     * packet is too short or too long
++                     */
++                    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("TOO SHORT or TOO LONG\n");
++                    AR6000_STAT_INC(ar, rx_errors);
++                    AR6000_STAT_INC(ar, rx_length_errors);
++                    A_NETBUF_FREE(skb);
++                } else {
++                    if (ar->arWmmEnabled) {
++                        wmi_implicit_create_pstream(ar->arWmi, skb,
++                            DNLINK_TRAFFIC, UNDEFINED_PRI);
++                    }
++#if 0
++                    /* Access RSSI values here */
++                    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("RSSI %d\n",
++                        ((WMI_DATA_HDR *) A_NETBUF_DATA(skb))->rssi);
++#endif
++                    wmi_data_hdr_remove(ar->arWmi, skb);
++                    wmi_dot3_2_dix(ar->arWmi, skb);
++
++#if LINUX_VERSION_CODE < KERNEL_VERSION(2,6,0)
++                    /*
++                     * extra push and memcpy, for eth_type_trans() of 2.4 kernel
++                     * will pull out hard_header_len bytes of the skb.
++                     */
++                    A_NETBUF_PUSH(skb, sizeof(WMI_DATA_HDR) + sizeof(ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR) + HTC_HEADER_LEN);
++                    A_MEMCPY(A_NETBUF_DATA(skb), A_NETBUF_DATA(skb) + sizeof(WMI_DATA_HDR) +
++                             sizeof(ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR) + HTC_HEADER_LEN, sizeof(ATH_MAC_HDR));
++#endif
++                    if ((ar->arNetDev->flags & IFF_UP) == IFF_UP)
++                    {
++                        skb->dev = ar->arNetDev;
++                        skb->protocol = eth_type_trans(skb, ar->arNetDev);
++                        netif_rx(skb);
++                    }
++                    else
++                    {
++                        A_NETBUF_FREE(skb);
++                    }
++                }
++            }
++        }
++    } else {
++        if ((ar->arNetDev->flags & IFF_UP) == IFF_UP)
++        {
++            skb->dev = ar->arNetDev;
++            skb->protocol = eth_type_trans(skb, ar->arNetDev);
++            netif_rx(skb);
++        }
++        else
++        {
++            A_NETBUF_FREE(skb);
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (status != A_ECANCELED) {
++        /*
++         * HTC provides A_ECANCELED status when it doesn't want to be refilled
++         * (probably due to a shutdown)
++         */
++        ar6000_rx_refill(Context, ept);
++    }
++
++
++}
++
++static void
++ar6000_rx_refill(void *Context, HTC_ENDPOINT_ID Endpoint)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T  *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)Context;
++    void        *osBuf;
++    int         RxBuffers;
++    int         buffersToRefill;
++    HTC_PACKET  *pPacket;
++    WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID streamId = arEndpoint2WMIStreamID(ar,Endpoint);
++
++    buffersToRefill = (int)AR6000_MAX_RX_BUFFERS -
++                                    (int)ar->arRxBuffers[streamId];
++
++    if (buffersToRefill <= 0) {
++            /* fast return, nothing to fill */
++        return;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("ar6000_rx_refill: providing htc with %d buffers at eid=%d\n",
++                    buffersToRefill, Endpoint);
++
++    for (RxBuffers = 0; RxBuffers < buffersToRefill; RxBuffers++) {
++        osBuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(AR6000_BUFFER_SIZE);
++        if (NULL == osBuf) {
++            break;
++        }
++            /* the HTC packet wrapper is at the head of the reserved area
++             * in the skb */
++        pPacket = (HTC_PACKET *)(A_NETBUF_HEAD(osBuf));
++            /* set re-fill info */
++        SET_HTC_PACKET_INFO_RX_REFILL(pPacket,osBuf,A_NETBUF_DATA(osBuf),AR6000_BUFFER_SIZE,Endpoint);
++            /* add this packet */
++        HTCAddReceivePkt(ar->arHtcTarget, pPacket);
++    }
++
++        /* update count */
++    AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++    ar->arRxBuffers[streamId] += RxBuffers;
++    AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++}
++
++static struct net_device_stats *
++ar6000_get_stats(struct net_device *dev)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    return &ar->arNetStats;
++}
++
++static struct iw_statistics *
++ar6000_get_iwstats(struct net_device * dev)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    TARGET_STATS *pStats = &ar->arTargetStats;
++    struct iw_statistics * pIwStats = &ar->arIwStats;
++
++    if ((ar->arWmiReady == FALSE)
++    /*
++     * The in_atomic function is used to determine if the scheduling is
++     * allowed in the current context or not. This was introduced in 2.6
++     * From what I have read on the differences between 2.4 and 2.6, the
++     * 2.4 kernel did not support preemption and so this check might not
++     * be required for 2.4 kernels.
++     */
++#if LINUX_VERSION_CODE >= KERNEL_VERSION(2,6,0)
++        || (in_atomic())
++#endif
++       )
++    {
++        pIwStats->status = 0;
++        pIwStats->qual.qual = 0;
++        pIwStats->qual.level =0;
++        pIwStats->qual.noise = 0;
++        pIwStats->discard.code =0;
++        pIwStats->discard.retries=0;
++        pIwStats->miss.beacon =0;
++        return pIwStats;
++    }
++    if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++        pIwStats->status = 0;
++        return pIwStats;
++    }
++
++
++    ar->statsUpdatePending = TRUE;
++
++    if(wmi_get_stats_cmd(ar->arWmi) != A_OK) {
++        up(&ar->arSem);
++        pIwStats->status = 0;
++        return pIwStats;
++    }
++
++    wait_event_interruptible_timeout(arEvent, ar->statsUpdatePending == FALSE, wmitimeout * HZ);
++
++    if (signal_pending(current)) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("ar6000 : WMI get stats timeout \n");
++        up(&ar->arSem);
++        pIwStats->status = 0;
++        return pIwStats;
++    }
++    pIwStats->status = 1 ;
++    pIwStats->qual.qual = pStats->cs_aveBeacon_rssi;
++    pIwStats->qual.level =pStats->cs_aveBeacon_rssi + 161;  /* noise is -95 dBm */
++    pIwStats->qual.noise = pStats->noise_floor_calibation;
++    pIwStats->discard.code = pStats->rx_decrypt_err;
++    pIwStats->discard.retries = pStats->tx_retry_cnt;
++    pIwStats->miss.beacon = pStats->cs_bmiss_cnt;
++    up(&ar->arSem);
++    return pIwStats;
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_ready_event(void *devt, A_UINT8 *datap, A_UINT8 phyCap)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)devt;
++    struct net_device *dev = ar->arNetDev;
++
++    ar->arWmiReady = TRUE;
++    wake_up(&arEvent);
++    A_MEMCPY(dev->dev_addr, datap, AR6000_ETH_ADDR_LEN);
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("mac address = %2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x\n",
++        dev->dev_addr[0], dev->dev_addr[1],
++        dev->dev_addr[2], dev->dev_addr[3],
++        dev->dev_addr[4], dev->dev_addr[5]);
++
++    ar->arPhyCapability = phyCap;
++}
++
++A_UINT8
++ar6000_iptos_to_userPriority(A_UINT8 *pkt)
++{
++    struct iphdr *ipHdr = (struct iphdr *)pkt;
++    A_UINT8 userPriority;
++
++    /*
++     * IP Tos format :
++     *      (Refer Pg 57 WMM-test-plan-v1.2)
++     * IP-TOS - 8bits
++     *          : DSCP(6-bits) ECN(2-bits)
++     *          : DSCP - P2 P1 P0 X X X
++     *              where (P2 P1 P0) form 802.1D
++     */
++    userPriority = ipHdr->tos >> 5;
++    return (userPriority & 0x7);
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_connect_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, A_UINT16 channel, A_UINT8 *bssid,
++                     A_UINT16 listenInterval, A_UINT16 beaconInterval,
++                     NETWORK_TYPE networkType, A_UINT8 beaconIeLen,
++                     A_UINT8 assocReqLen, A_UINT8 assocRespLen,
++                     A_UINT8 *assocInfo)
++{
++    union iwreq_data wrqu;
++    int i, beacon_ie_pos, assoc_resp_ie_pos, assoc_req_ie_pos;
++    static const char *tag1 = "ASSOCINFO(ReqIEs=";
++    static const char *tag2 = "ASSOCRESPIE=";
++    static const char *beaconIetag = "BEACONIE=";
++    char buf[WMI_CONTROL_MSG_MAX_LEN * 2 + sizeof(tag1)];
++    char *pos;
++    A_UINT8 key_op_ctrl;
++
++    A_MEMCPY(ar->arBssid, bssid, sizeof(ar->arBssid));
++    ar->arBssChannel = channel;
++
++    A_PRINTF("AR6000 connected event on freq %d ", channel);
++    A_PRINTF("with bssid %2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x "
++            " listenInterval=%d, beaconInterval = %d, beaconIeLen = %d assocReqLen=%d"
++            " assocRespLen =%d\n",
++             bssid[0], bssid[1], bssid[2],
++             bssid[3], bssid[4], bssid[5],
++             listenInterval, beaconInterval,
++             beaconIeLen, assocReqLen, assocRespLen);
++    if (networkType & ADHOC_NETWORK) {
++        if (networkType & ADHOC_CREATOR) {
++            A_PRINTF("Network: Adhoc (Creator)\n");
++        } else {
++            A_PRINTF("Network: Adhoc (Joiner)\n");
++        }
++    } else {
++        A_PRINTF("Network: Infrastructure\n");
++    }
++
++    if (beaconIeLen && (sizeof(buf) > (9 + beaconIeLen * 2))) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("\nBeaconIEs= ");
++
++        beacon_ie_pos = 0;
++        A_MEMZERO(buf, sizeof(buf));
++        sprintf(buf, "%s", beaconIetag);
++        pos = buf + 9;
++        for (i = beacon_ie_pos; i < beacon_ie_pos + beaconIeLen; i++) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%2.2x ", assocInfo[i]);
++            sprintf(pos, "%2.2x", assocInfo[i]);
++            pos += 2;
++        }
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("\n");
++
++        A_MEMZERO(&wrqu, sizeof(wrqu));
++        wrqu.data.length = strlen(buf);
++        wireless_send_event(ar->arNetDev, IWEVCUSTOM, &wrqu, buf);
++    }
++
++    if (assocRespLen && (sizeof(buf) > (12 + (assocRespLen * 2))))
++    {
++        assoc_resp_ie_pos = beaconIeLen + assocReqLen +
++                            sizeof(A_UINT16)  +  /* capinfo*/
++                            sizeof(A_UINT16)  +  /* status Code */
++                            sizeof(A_UINT16)  ;  /* associd */
++        A_MEMZERO(buf, sizeof(buf));
++        sprintf(buf, "%s", tag2);
++        pos = buf + 12;
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("\nAssocRespIEs= ");
++        /*
++         * The Association Response Frame w.o. the WLAN header is delivered to
++         * the host, so skip over to the IEs
++         */
++        for (i = assoc_resp_ie_pos; i < assoc_resp_ie_pos + assocRespLen - 6; i++)
++        {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%2.2x ", assocInfo[i]);
++            sprintf(pos, "%2.2x", assocInfo[i]);
++            pos += 2;
++        }
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("\n");
++
++        A_MEMZERO(&wrqu, sizeof(wrqu));
++        wrqu.data.length = strlen(buf);
++        wireless_send_event(ar->arNetDev, IWEVCUSTOM, &wrqu, buf);
++    }
++
++    if (assocReqLen && (sizeof(buf) > (17 + (assocReqLen * 2)))) {
++        /*
++         * assoc Request includes capability and listen interval. Skip these.
++         */
++        assoc_req_ie_pos =  beaconIeLen +
++                            sizeof(A_UINT16)  +  /* capinfo*/
++                            sizeof(A_UINT16);    /* listen interval */
++
++        A_MEMZERO(buf, sizeof(buf));
++        sprintf(buf, "%s", tag1);
++        pos = buf + 17;
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("AssocReqIEs= ");
++        for (i = assoc_req_ie_pos; i < assoc_req_ie_pos + assocReqLen - 4; i++) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%2.2x ", assocInfo[i]);
++            sprintf(pos, "%2.2x", assocInfo[i]);
++            pos += 2;;
++        }
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("\n");
++
++        A_MEMZERO(&wrqu, sizeof(wrqu));
++        wrqu.data.length = strlen(buf);
++        wireless_send_event(ar->arNetDev, IWEVCUSTOM, &wrqu, buf);
++    }
++
++#ifdef USER_KEYS
++    if (ar->user_savedkeys_stat == USER_SAVEDKEYS_STAT_RUN &&
++        ar->user_saved_keys.keyOk == TRUE)
++    {
++
++        key_op_ctrl = KEY_OP_VALID_MASK & ~KEY_OP_INIT_TSC;
++        if (ar->user_key_ctrl & AR6000_USER_SETKEYS_RSC_UNCHANGED) {
++            key_op_ctrl &= ~KEY_OP_INIT_RSC;
++        } else {
++            key_op_ctrl |= KEY_OP_INIT_RSC;
++        }
++        ar6000_reinstall_keys(ar, key_op_ctrl);
++    }
++#endif /* USER_KEYS */
++
++        /* flush data queues */
++    ar6000_TxDataCleanup(ar);
++
++    netif_wake_queue(ar->arNetDev);
++
++    if ((OPEN_AUTH == ar->arDot11AuthMode) &&
++        (NONE_AUTH == ar->arAuthMode)      &&
++        (WEP_CRYPT == ar->arPairwiseCrypto))
++    {
++        if (!ar->arConnected) {
++            ar6000_install_static_wep_keys(ar);
++        }
++    }
++
++    ar->arConnected  = TRUE;
++    ar->arConnectPending = FALSE;
++
++    reconnect_flag = 0;
++
++    A_MEMZERO(&wrqu, sizeof(wrqu));
++    A_MEMCPY(wrqu.addr.sa_data, bssid, IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN);
++    wrqu.addr.sa_family = ARPHRD_ETHER;
++    wireless_send_event(ar->arNetDev, SIOCGIWAP, &wrqu, NULL);
++    if ((ar->arNetworkType == ADHOC_NETWORK) && ar->arIbssPsEnable) {
++        A_MEMZERO(ar->arNodeMap, sizeof(ar->arNodeMap));
++        ar->arNodeNum = 0;
++        ar->arNexEpId = ENDPOINT_2;
++    }
++
++}
++
++void ar6000_set_numdataendpts(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, A_UINT32 num)
++{
++    A_ASSERT(num <= (HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX - 1));
++    ar->arNumDataEndPts = num;
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_disconnect_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, A_UINT8 reason, A_UINT8 *bssid,
++                        A_UINT8 assocRespLen, A_UINT8 *assocInfo, A_UINT16 protocolReasonStatus)
++{
++    A_UINT8 i;
++
++    A_PRINTF("AR6000 disconnected");
++    if (bssid[0] || bssid[1] || bssid[2] || bssid[3] || bssid[4] || bssid[5]) {
++        A_PRINTF(" from %2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x ",
++                 bssid[0], bssid[1], bssid[2], bssid[3], bssid[4], bssid[5]);
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("\nDisconnect Reason is %d", reason);
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("\nProtocol Reason/Status Code is %d", protocolReasonStatus);
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("\nAssocResp Frame = %s",
++                    assocRespLen ? " " : "NULL");
++    for (i = 0; i < assocRespLen; i++) {
++        if (!(i % 0x10)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("\n");
++        }
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("%2.2x ", assocInfo[i]);
++    }
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("\n");
++    /*
++     * If the event is due to disconnect cmd from the host, only they the target
++     * would stop trying to connect. Under any other condition, target would
++     * keep trying to connect.
++     *
++     */
++    if( reason == DISCONNECT_CMD)
++    {
++        ar->arConnectPending = FALSE;
++    } else {
++        ar->arConnectPending = TRUE;
++        if (((reason == ASSOC_FAILED) && (protocolReasonStatus == 0x11)) ||
++            ((reason == ASSOC_FAILED) && (protocolReasonStatus == 0x0) && (reconnect_flag == 1))) {
++            ar->arConnected = TRUE;
++            return;
++        }
++    }
++    ar->arConnected = FALSE;
++
++    if( (reason != CSERV_DISCONNECT) || (reconnect_flag != 1) ) {
++        reconnect_flag = 0;
++    }
++
++#ifdef USER_KEYS
++    if (reason != CSERV_DISCONNECT)
++    {
++        ar->user_savedkeys_stat = USER_SAVEDKEYS_STAT_INIT;
++        ar->user_key_ctrl      = 0;
++    }
++#endif /* USER_KEYS */
++
++    netif_stop_queue(ar->arNetDev);
++    A_MEMZERO(ar->arBssid, sizeof(ar->arBssid));
++    ar->arBssChannel = 0;
++    ar->arBeaconInterval = 0;
++
++    ar6000_TxDataCleanup(ar);
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_regDomain_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, A_UINT32 regCode)
++{
++    A_PRINTF("AR6000 Reg Code = 0x%x\n", regCode);
++    ar->arRegCode = regCode;
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_neighborReport_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, int numAps, WMI_NEIGHBOR_INFO *info)
++{
++    static const char *tag = "PRE-AUTH";
++    char buf[128];
++    union iwreq_data wrqu;
++    int i;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("AR6000 Neighbor Report Event\n");
++    for (i=0; i < numAps; info++, i++) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("bssid %2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x ",
++            info->bssid[0], info->bssid[1], info->bssid[2],
++            info->bssid[3], info->bssid[4], info->bssid[5]);
++        if (info->bssFlags & WMI_PREAUTH_CAPABLE_BSS) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("preauth-cap");
++        }
++        if (info->bssFlags & WMI_PMKID_VALID_BSS) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(" pmkid-valid\n");
++            continue;           /* we skip bss if the pmkid is already valid */
++        }
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("\n");
++        snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), "%s%2.2x%2.2x%2.2x%2.2x%2.2x%2.2x%2.2x%2.2x",
++                 tag,
++                 info->bssid[0], info->bssid[1], info->bssid[2],
++                 info->bssid[3], info->bssid[4], info->bssid[5],
++                 i, info->bssFlags);
++        A_MEMZERO(&wrqu, sizeof(wrqu));
++        wrqu.data.length = strlen(buf);
++        wireless_send_event(ar->arNetDev, IWEVCUSTOM, &wrqu, buf);
++    }
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_tkip_micerr_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, A_UINT8 keyid, A_BOOL ismcast)
++{
++    static const char *tag = "MLME-MICHAELMICFAILURE.indication";
++    char buf[128];
++    union iwreq_data wrqu;
++
++    A_PRINTF("AR6000 TKIP MIC error received for keyid %d %scast\n",
++             keyid, ismcast ? "multi": "uni");
++    snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), "%s(keyid=%d %scat)", tag, keyid,
++             ismcast ? "multi" : "uni");
++    memset(&wrqu, 0, sizeof(wrqu));
++    wrqu.data.length = strlen(buf);
++    wireless_send_event(ar->arNetDev, IWEVCUSTOM, &wrqu, buf);
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_scanComplete_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, A_STATUS status)
++{
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("AR6000 scan complete: %d\n", status);
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_targetStats_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar,  WMI_TARGET_STATS *pTarget)
++{
++    TARGET_STATS *pStats = &ar->arTargetStats;
++    A_UINT8 ac;
++
++    A_PRINTF("AR6000 updating target stats\n");
++    pStats->tx_packets          += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_packets;
++    pStats->tx_bytes            += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_bytes;
++    pStats->tx_unicast_pkts     += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_unicast_pkts;
++    pStats->tx_unicast_bytes    += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_unicast_bytes;
++    pStats->tx_multicast_pkts   += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_multicast_pkts;
++    pStats->tx_multicast_bytes  += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_multicast_bytes;
++    pStats->tx_broadcast_pkts   += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_broadcast_pkts;
++    pStats->tx_broadcast_bytes  += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_broadcast_bytes;
++    pStats->tx_rts_success_cnt  += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_rts_success_cnt;
++    for(ac = 0; ac < WMM_NUM_AC; ac++)
++        pStats->tx_packet_per_ac[ac] += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_packet_per_ac[ac];
++    pStats->tx_errors           += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_errors;
++    pStats->tx_failed_cnt       += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_failed_cnt;
++    pStats->tx_retry_cnt        += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_retry_cnt;
++    pStats->tx_rts_fail_cnt     += pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_rts_fail_cnt;
++    pStats->tx_unicast_rate      = wmi_get_rate(pTarget->txrxStats.tx_stats.tx_unicast_rate);
++
++    pStats->rx_packets          += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_packets;
++    pStats->rx_bytes            += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_bytes;
++    pStats->rx_unicast_pkts     += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_unicast_pkts;
++    pStats->rx_unicast_bytes    += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_unicast_bytes;
++    pStats->rx_multicast_pkts   += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_multicast_pkts;
++    pStats->rx_multicast_bytes  += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_multicast_bytes;
++    pStats->rx_broadcast_pkts   += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_broadcast_pkts;
++    pStats->rx_broadcast_bytes  += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_broadcast_bytes;
++    pStats->rx_fragment_pkt     += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_fragment_pkt;
++    pStats->rx_errors           += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_errors;
++    pStats->rx_crcerr           += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_crcerr;
++    pStats->rx_key_cache_miss   += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_key_cache_miss;
++    pStats->rx_decrypt_err      += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_decrypt_err;
++    pStats->rx_duplicate_frames += pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_duplicate_frames;
++    pStats->rx_unicast_rate      = wmi_get_rate(pTarget->txrxStats.rx_stats.rx_unicast_rate);
++
++
++    pStats->tkip_local_mic_failure
++                                += pTarget->txrxStats.tkipCcmpStats.tkip_local_mic_failure;
++    pStats->tkip_counter_measures_invoked
++                                += pTarget->txrxStats.tkipCcmpStats.tkip_counter_measures_invoked;
++    pStats->tkip_replays        += pTarget->txrxStats.tkipCcmpStats.tkip_replays;
++    pStats->tkip_format_errors  += pTarget->txrxStats.tkipCcmpStats.tkip_format_errors;
++    pStats->ccmp_format_errors  += pTarget->txrxStats.tkipCcmpStats.ccmp_format_errors;
++    pStats->ccmp_replays        += pTarget->txrxStats.tkipCcmpStats.ccmp_replays;
++
++
++    pStats->power_save_failure_cnt += pTarget->pmStats.power_save_failure_cnt;
++    pStats->noise_floor_calibation = pTarget->noise_floor_calibation;
++
++    pStats->cs_bmiss_cnt        += pTarget->cservStats.cs_bmiss_cnt;
++    pStats->cs_lowRssi_cnt      += pTarget->cservStats.cs_lowRssi_cnt;
++    pStats->cs_connect_cnt      += pTarget->cservStats.cs_connect_cnt;
++    pStats->cs_disconnect_cnt   += pTarget->cservStats.cs_disconnect_cnt;
++    pStats->cs_aveBeacon_snr    = pTarget->cservStats.cs_aveBeacon_snr;
++    pStats->cs_aveBeacon_rssi   = pTarget->cservStats.cs_aveBeacon_rssi;
++    pStats->cs_lastRoam_msec    = pTarget->cservStats.cs_lastRoam_msec;
++    pStats->cs_snr              = pTarget->cservStats.cs_snr;
++    pStats->cs_rssi             = pTarget->cservStats.cs_rssi;
++
++    pStats->lq_val              = pTarget->lqVal;
++
++    pStats->wow_num_pkts_dropped += pTarget->wowStats.wow_num_pkts_dropped;
++    pStats->wow_num_host_pkt_wakeups += pTarget->wowStats.wow_num_host_pkt_wakeups;
++    pStats->wow_num_host_event_wakeups += pTarget->wowStats.wow_num_host_event_wakeups;
++    pStats->wow_num_events_discarded += pTarget->wowStats.wow_num_events_discarded;
++
++    ar->statsUpdatePending = FALSE;
++    wake_up(&arEvent);
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_rssiThreshold_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar,  WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_VAL newThreshold, A_INT16 rssi)
++{
++    USER_RSSI_THOLD userRssiThold;
++
++    userRssiThold.tag = rssi_map[newThreshold].tag;
++    userRssiThold.rssi = rssi;
++    AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("rssi Threshold range = %d tag = %d  rssi = %d\n", newThreshold, userRssiThold.tag, rssi);
++    ar6000_send_event_to_app(ar, WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_EVENTID,(A_UINT8 *)&userRssiThold, sizeof(USER_RSSI_THOLD));
++}
++
++
++void
++ar6000_hbChallengeResp_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, A_UINT32 cookie, A_UINT32 source)
++{
++    if (source == APP_HB_CHALLENGE) {
++        /* Report it to the app in case it wants a positive acknowledgement */
++        ar6000_send_event_to_app(ar, WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_EVENTID,
++                                 (A_UINT8 *)&cookie, sizeof(cookie));
++    } else {
++        /* This would ignore the replys that come in after their due time */
++        if (cookie == ar->arHBChallengeResp.seqNum) {
++            ar->arHBChallengeResp.outstanding = FALSE;
++        }
++    }
++}
++
++
++void
++ar6000_reportError_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, WMI_TARGET_ERROR_VAL errorVal)
++{
++    char    *errString[] = {
++                [WMI_TARGET_PM_ERR_FAIL]    "WMI_TARGET_PM_ERR_FAIL",
++                [WMI_TARGET_KEY_NOT_FOUND]  "WMI_TARGET_KEY_NOT_FOUND",
++                [WMI_TARGET_DECRYPTION_ERR] "WMI_TARGET_DECRYPTION_ERR",
++                [WMI_TARGET_BMISS]          "WMI_TARGET_BMISS",
++                [WMI_PSDISABLE_NODE_JOIN]   "WMI_PSDISABLE_NODE_JOIN"
++                };
++
++    A_PRINTF("AR6000 Error on Target. Error = 0x%x\n", errorVal);
++
++    /* One error is reported at a time, and errorval is a bitmask */
++    if(errorVal & (errorVal - 1))
++       return;
++
++    A_PRINTF("AR6000 Error type = ");
++    switch(errorVal)
++    {
++        case WMI_TARGET_PM_ERR_FAIL:
++        case WMI_TARGET_KEY_NOT_FOUND:
++        case WMI_TARGET_DECRYPTION_ERR:
++        case WMI_TARGET_BMISS:
++        case WMI_PSDISABLE_NODE_JOIN:
++            A_PRINTF("%s\n", errString[errorVal]);
++            break;
++        default:
++            A_PRINTF("INVALID\n");
++            break;
++    }
++
++}
++
++
++void
++ar6000_cac_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, A_UINT8 ac, A_UINT8 cacIndication,
++                 A_UINT8 statusCode, A_UINT8 *tspecSuggestion)
++{
++    WMM_TSPEC_IE    *tspecIe;
++
++    /*
++     * This is the TSPEC IE suggestion from AP.
++     * Suggestion provided by AP under some error
++     * cases, could be helpful for the host app.
++     * Check documentation.
++     */
++    tspecIe = (WMM_TSPEC_IE *)tspecSuggestion;
++
++    /*
++     * What do we do, if we get TSPEC rejection? One thought
++     * that comes to mind is implictly delete the pstream...
++     */
++    A_PRINTF("AR6000 CAC notification. "
++                "AC = %d, cacIndication = 0x%x, statusCode = 0x%x\n",
++                 ac, cacIndication, statusCode);
++}
++
++#define AR6000_PRINT_BSSID(_pBss)  do {     \
++        A_PRINTF("%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x ",\
++                 (_pBss)[0],(_pBss)[1],(_pBss)[2],(_pBss)[3],\
++                 (_pBss)[4],(_pBss)[5]);  \
++} while(0)
++
++void
++ar6000_roam_tbl_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, WMI_TARGET_ROAM_TBL *pTbl)
++{
++    A_UINT8 i;
++
++    A_PRINTF("ROAM TABLE NO OF ENTRIES is %d ROAM MODE is %d\n",
++              pTbl->numEntries, pTbl->roamMode);
++    for (i= 0; i < pTbl->numEntries; i++) {
++        A_PRINTF("[%d]bssid %2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x ", i,
++            pTbl->bssRoamInfo[i].bssid[0], pTbl->bssRoamInfo[i].bssid[1],
++            pTbl->bssRoamInfo[i].bssid[2],
++            pTbl->bssRoamInfo[i].bssid[3],
++            pTbl->bssRoamInfo[i].bssid[4],
++            pTbl->bssRoamInfo[i].bssid[5]);
++        A_PRINTF("RSSI %d RSSIDT %d LAST RSSI %d UTIL %d ROAM_UTIL %d"
++                 " BIAS %d\n",
++            pTbl->bssRoamInfo[i].rssi,
++            pTbl->bssRoamInfo[i].rssidt,
++            pTbl->bssRoamInfo[i].last_rssi,
++            pTbl->bssRoamInfo[i].util,
++            pTbl->bssRoamInfo[i].roam_util,
++            pTbl->bssRoamInfo[i].bias);
++    }
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_wow_list_event(struct ar6_softc *ar, A_UINT8 num_filters, WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_REPLY *wow_reply)
++{
++    A_UINT8 i,j;
++
++    /*Each event now contains exactly one filter, see bug 26613*/
++    A_PRINTF("WOW pattern %d of %d patterns\n", wow_reply->this_filter_num,                 wow_reply->num_filters);
++    A_PRINTF("wow mode = %s host mode = %s\n",
++            (wow_reply->wow_mode == 0? "disabled":"enabled"),
++            (wow_reply->host_mode == 1 ? "awake":"asleep"));
++
++
++    /*If there are no patterns, the reply will only contain generic
++      WoW information. Pattern information will exist only if there are
++      patterns present. Bug 26716*/
++
++   /* If this event contains pattern information, display it*/
++    if (wow_reply->this_filter_num) {
++        i=0;
++        A_PRINTF("id=%d size=%d offset=%d\n",
++                    wow_reply->wow_filters[i].wow_filter_id,
++                    wow_reply->wow_filters[i].wow_filter_size,
++                    wow_reply->wow_filters[i].wow_filter_offset);
++       A_PRINTF("wow pattern = ");
++       for (j=0; j< wow_reply->wow_filters[i].wow_filter_size; j++) {
++             A_PRINTF("%2.2x",wow_reply->wow_filters[i].wow_filter_pattern[j]);
++        }
++
++        A_PRINTF("\nwow mask = ");
++        for (j=0; j< wow_reply->wow_filters[i].wow_filter_size; j++) {
++            A_PRINTF("%2.2x",wow_reply->wow_filters[i].wow_filter_mask[j]);
++        }
++        A_PRINTF("\n");
++    }
++}
++
++/*
++ * Report the Roaming related data collected on the target
++ */
++void
++ar6000_display_roam_time(WMI_TARGET_ROAM_TIME *p)
++{
++    A_PRINTF("Disconnect Data : BSSID: ");
++    AR6000_PRINT_BSSID(p->disassoc_bssid);
++    A_PRINTF(" RSSI %d DISASSOC Time %d NO_TXRX_TIME %d\n",
++             p->disassoc_bss_rssi,p->disassoc_time,
++             p->no_txrx_time);
++    A_PRINTF("Connect Data: BSSID: ");
++    AR6000_PRINT_BSSID(p->assoc_bssid);
++    A_PRINTF(" RSSI %d ASSOC Time %d TXRX_TIME %d\n",
++             p->assoc_bss_rssi,p->assoc_time,
++             p->allow_txrx_time);
++    A_PRINTF("Last Data Tx Time (b4 Disassoc) %d "\
++             "First Data Tx Time (after Assoc) %d\n",
++             p->last_data_txrx_time, p->first_data_txrx_time);
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_roam_data_event(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, WMI_TARGET_ROAM_DATA *p)
++{
++    switch (p->roamDataType) {
++        case ROAM_DATA_TIME:
++            ar6000_display_roam_time(&p->u.roamTime);
++            break;
++        default:
++            break;
++    }
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_bssInfo_event_rx(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    struct sk_buff *skb;
++    WMI_BSS_INFO_HDR *bih = (WMI_BSS_INFO_HDR *)datap;
++
++
++    if (!ar->arMgmtFilter) {
++        return;
++    }
++    if (((ar->arMgmtFilter & IEEE80211_FILTER_TYPE_BEACON) &&
++        (bih->frameType != BEACON_FTYPE))  ||
++        ((ar->arMgmtFilter & IEEE80211_FILTER_TYPE_PROBE_RESP) &&
++        (bih->frameType != PROBERESP_FTYPE)))
++    {
++        return;
++    }
++
++    if ((skb = A_NETBUF_ALLOC_RAW(len)) != NULL) {
++
++        A_NETBUF_PUT(skb, len);
++        A_MEMCPY(A_NETBUF_DATA(skb), datap, len);
++        skb->dev = ar->arNetDev;
++	printk("MAC RAW...\n");
++//        skb->mac.raw = A_NETBUF_DATA(skb);
++        skb->ip_summed = CHECKSUM_NONE;
++        skb->pkt_type = PACKET_OTHERHOST;
++        skb->protocol = __constant_htons(0x0019);
++        netif_rx(skb);
++    }
++}
++
++A_UINT32 wmiSendCmdNum;
++
++A_STATUS
++ar6000_control_tx(void *devt, void *osbuf, WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID streamID)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T       *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)devt;
++    A_STATUS         status = A_OK;
++    struct ar_cookie *cookie = NULL;
++    int i;
++
++        /* take lock to protect ar6000_alloc_cookie() */
++    AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    do {
++
++        AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("ar_contrstatus = ol_tx: skb=0x%x, len=0x%x, sid=%d\n",
++                         (A_UINT32)osbuf, A_NETBUF_LEN(osbuf), streamID);
++
++        if ((streamID == WMI_CONTROL_PRI) && (ar->arWMIControlEpFull)) {
++                /* control endpoint is full, don't allocate resources, we
++                 * are just going to drop this packet */
++            cookie = NULL;
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(" WMI Control EP full, dropping packet : 0x%X, len:%d \n",
++                    (A_UINT32)osbuf, A_NETBUF_LEN(osbuf));
++        } else {
++            cookie = ar6000_alloc_cookie(ar);
++        }
++
++        if (cookie == NULL) {
++            status = A_NO_MEMORY;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if(logWmiRawMsgs) {
++            A_PRINTF("WMI cmd send, msgNo %d :", wmiSendCmdNum);
++            for(i = 0; i < a_netbuf_to_len(osbuf); i++)
++                A_PRINTF("%x ", ((A_UINT8 *)a_netbuf_to_data(osbuf))[i]);
++            A_PRINTF("\n");
++        }
++
++        wmiSendCmdNum++;
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (cookie != NULL) {
++            /* got a structure to send it out on */
++        ar->arTxPending[streamID]++;
++
++        if (streamID != WMI_CONTROL_PRI) {
++            ar->arTotalTxDataPending++;
++        }
++    }
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    if (cookie != NULL) {
++        cookie->arc_bp[0] = (A_UINT32)osbuf;
++        cookie->arc_bp[1] = 0;
++        SET_HTC_PACKET_INFO_TX(&cookie->HtcPkt,
++                               cookie,
++                               A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf),
++                               A_NETBUF_LEN(osbuf),
++                               arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,streamID),
++                               AR6K_CONTROL_PKT_TAG);
++            /* this interface is asynchronous, if there is an error, cleanup will happen in the
++             * TX completion callback */
++        HTCSendPkt(ar->arHtcTarget, &cookie->HtcPkt);
++        status = A_OK;
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++/* indicate tx activity or inactivity on a WMI stream */
++void ar6000_indicate_tx_activity(void *devt, A_UINT8 TrafficClass, A_BOOL Active)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T  *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)devt;
++    WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID streamid;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiEnabled) {
++        streamid = wmi_get_stream_id(ar->arWmi, TrafficClass);
++    } else {
++            /* for mbox ping testing, the traffic class is mapped directly as a stream ID,
++             * see handling of AR6000_XIOCTL_TRAFFIC_ACTIVITY_CHANGE in ioctl.c */
++        streamid = (WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID)TrafficClass;
++    }
++
++        /* notify HTC, this may cause credit distribution changes */
++
++    HTCIndicateActivityChange(ar->arHtcTarget,
++                              arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,streamid),
++                              Active);
++
++}
++
++module_init(ar6000_init_module);
++module_exit(ar6000_cleanup_module);
++
++/* Init cookie queue */
++static void
++ar6000_cookie_init(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++    A_UINT32    i;
++
++    ar->arCookieList = NULL;
++    A_MEMZERO(s_ar_cookie_mem, sizeof(s_ar_cookie_mem));
++
++    for (i = 0; i < MAX_COOKIE_NUM; i++) {
++        ar6000_free_cookie(ar, &s_ar_cookie_mem[i]);
++    }
++}
++
++/* cleanup cookie queue */
++static void
++ar6000_cookie_cleanup(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++    /* It is gone .... */
++    ar->arCookieList = NULL;
++}
++
++/* Init cookie queue */
++static void
++ar6000_free_cookie(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, struct ar_cookie * cookie)
++{
++    /* Insert first */
++    A_ASSERT(ar != NULL);
++    A_ASSERT(cookie != NULL);
++    cookie->arc_list_next = ar->arCookieList;
++    ar->arCookieList = cookie;
++}
++
++/* cleanup cookie queue */
++static struct ar_cookie *
++ar6000_alloc_cookie(AR_SOFTC_T  *ar)
++{
++    struct ar_cookie   *cookie;
++
++    cookie = ar->arCookieList;
++    if(cookie != NULL)
++    {
++        ar->arCookieList = cookie->arc_list_next;
++    }
++
++    return cookie;
++}
++
++#ifdef SEND_EVENT_TO_APP
++/*
++ * This function is used to send event which come from taget to
++ * the application. The buf which send to application is include
++ * the event ID and event content.
++ */
++#define EVENT_ID_LEN   2
++void ar6000_send_event_to_app(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, A_UINT16 eventId,
++                              A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++
++#if (WIRELESS_EXT >= 15)
++
++/* note: IWEVCUSTOM only exists in wireless extensions after version 15 */
++
++    char *buf;
++    A_UINT16 size;
++    union iwreq_data wrqu;
++
++    size = len + EVENT_ID_LEN;
++
++    if (size > IW_CUSTOM_MAX) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("WMI event ID : 0x%4.4X, len = %d too big for IWEVCUSTOM (max=%d) \n",
++                eventId, size, IW_CUSTOM_MAX);
++        return;
++    }
++
++    buf = A_MALLOC_NOWAIT(size);
++    A_MEMZERO(buf, size);
++    A_MEMCPY(buf, &eventId, EVENT_ID_LEN);
++    A_MEMCPY(buf+EVENT_ID_LEN, datap, len);
++
++    //AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("event ID = %d,len = %d\n",*(A_UINT16*)buf, size);
++    A_MEMZERO(&wrqu, sizeof(wrqu));
++    wrqu.data.length = size;
++    wireless_send_event(ar->arNetDev, IWEVCUSTOM, &wrqu, buf);
++
++    A_FREE(buf);
++#endif
++
++
++}
++#endif
++
++
++void
++ar6000_tx_retry_err_event(void *devt)
++{
++    AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("Tx retries reach maximum!\n");
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_snrThresholdEvent_rx(void *devt, WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_VAL newThreshold, A_UINT8 snr)
++{
++    AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("snr threshold range %d, snr %d\n", newThreshold, snr);
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_lqThresholdEvent_rx(void *devt, WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_VAL newThreshold, A_UINT8 lq)
++{
++    AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("lq threshold range %d, lq %d\n", newThreshold, lq);
++}
++
++
++
++A_UINT32
++a_copy_to_user(void *to, const void *from, A_UINT32 n)
++{
++    return(copy_to_user(to, from, n));
++}
++
++A_UINT32
++a_copy_from_user(void *to, const void *from, A_UINT32 n)
++{
++    return(copy_from_user(to, from, n));
++}
++
++
++A_STATUS
++ar6000_get_driver_cfg(struct net_device *dev,
++                        A_UINT16 cfgParam,
++                        void *result)
++{
++
++    A_STATUS    ret = 0;
++
++    switch(cfgParam)
++    {
++        case AR6000_DRIVER_CFG_GET_WLANNODECACHING:
++           *((A_UINT32 *)result) = wlanNodeCaching;
++           break;
++        case AR6000_DRIVER_CFG_LOG_RAW_WMI_MSGS:
++           *((A_UINT32 *)result) = logWmiRawMsgs;
++            break;
++        default:
++           ret = EINVAL;
++           break;
++    }
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_keepalive_rx(void *devt, A_UINT8 configured)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)devt;
++
++    ar->arKeepaliveConfigured = configured;
++    wake_up(&arEvent);
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_pmkid_list_event(void *devt, A_UINT8 numPMKID, WMI_PMKID *pmkidList)
++{
++    A_UINT8 i, j;
++
++    A_PRINTF("Number of Cached PMKIDs is %d\n", numPMKID);
++
++    for (i = 0; i < numPMKID; i++) {
++        A_PRINTF("\nPMKID %d ", i);
++            for (j = 0; j < WMI_PMKID_LEN; j++) {
++                A_PRINTF("%2.2x", pmkidList->pmkid[j]);
++            }
++        pmkidList++;
++    }
++}
++
++#ifdef USER_KEYS
++static A_STATUS
++
++ar6000_reinstall_keys(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, A_UINT8 key_op_ctrl)
++{
++    A_STATUS status = A_OK;
++    struct ieee80211req_key *uik = &ar->user_saved_keys.ucast_ik;
++    struct ieee80211req_key *bik = &ar->user_saved_keys.bcast_ik;
++    CRYPTO_TYPE  keyType = ar->user_saved_keys.keyType;
++
++    if (IEEE80211_CIPHER_CCKM_KRK != uik->ik_type) {
++        if (NONE_CRYPT == keyType) {
++            goto _reinstall_keys_out;
++        }
++
++        if (uik->ik_keylen) {
++            status = wmi_addKey_cmd(ar->arWmi, uik->ik_keyix,
++                    ar->user_saved_keys.keyType, PAIRWISE_USAGE,
++                    uik->ik_keylen, (A_UINT8 *)&uik->ik_keyrsc,
++                    uik->ik_keydata, key_op_ctrl, SYNC_BEFORE_WMIFLAG);
++        }
++
++    } else {
++        status = wmi_add_krk_cmd(ar->arWmi, uik->ik_keydata);
++    }
++
++    if (IEEE80211_CIPHER_CCKM_KRK != bik->ik_type) {
++        if (NONE_CRYPT == keyType) {
++            goto _reinstall_keys_out;
++        }
++
++        if (bik->ik_keylen) {
++            status = wmi_addKey_cmd(ar->arWmi, bik->ik_keyix,
++                    ar->user_saved_keys.keyType, GROUP_USAGE,
++                    bik->ik_keylen, (A_UINT8 *)&bik->ik_keyrsc,
++                    bik->ik_keydata, key_op_ctrl, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG);
++        }
++    } else {
++        status = wmi_add_krk_cmd(ar->arWmi, bik->ik_keydata);
++    }
++
++_reinstall_keys_out:
++    ar->user_savedkeys_stat = USER_SAVEDKEYS_STAT_INIT;
++    ar->user_key_ctrl      = 0;
++
++    return status;
++}
++#endif /* USER_KEYS */
++
++
++void
++ar6000_dset_open_req(
++    void *context,
++    A_UINT32 id,
++    A_UINT32 targHandle,
++    A_UINT32 targReplyFn,
++    A_UINT32 targReplyArg)
++{
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_dset_close(
++    void *context,
++    A_UINT32 access_cookie)
++{
++    return;
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_dset_data_req(
++   void *context,
++   A_UINT32 accessCookie,
++   A_UINT32 offset,
++   A_UINT32 length,
++   A_UINT32 targBuf,
++   A_UINT32 targReplyFn,
++   A_UINT32 targReplyArg)
++{
++}
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ar6000_drv.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ar6000_drv.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,361 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _AR6000_H_
++#define _AR6000_H_
++
++#include <linux/version.h>
++
++
++#include <linux/autoconf.h>
++#include <linux/init.h>
++#include <linux/kernel.h>
++#include <linux/spinlock.h>
++#include <linux/skbuff.h>
++#include <linux/if_ether.h>
++#include <linux/netdevice.h>
++#include <linux/etherdevice.h>
++#include <net/iw_handler.h>
++#include <linux/if_arp.h>
++#include <linux/ip.h>
++#include <asm/semaphore.h>
++#include <linux/wireless.h>
++#include <linux/module.h>
++#include <asm/io.h>
++
++#include <a_config.h>
++#include <athdefs.h>
++#include "a_types.h"
++#include "a_osapi.h"
++#include "htc_api.h"
++#include "wmi.h"
++#include "a_drv.h"
++#include "bmi.h"
++#include <ieee80211.h>
++#include <ieee80211_ioctl.h>
++#include <wlan_api.h>
++#include <wmi_api.h>
++#include "gpio_api.h"
++#include "gpio.h"
++#include <host_version.h>
++#include <linux/rtnetlink.h>
++#include <linux/init.h>
++#include <linux/moduleparam.h>
++#include "AR6Khwreg.h"
++#include "ar6000_api.h"
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++#include <testcmd.h>
++#endif
++
++#include "targaddrs.h"
++#include "dbglog_api.h"
++#include "ar6000_diag.h"
++#include "common_drv.h"
++
++#ifndef  __dev_put
++#define  __dev_put(dev) dev_put(dev)
++#endif
++
++#define  __ATH_CENTRAL_IOCTL_DISPATCHER___  /* To become compile time flag */
++
++#ifdef USER_KEYS
++
++#define USER_SAVEDKEYS_STAT_INIT     0
++#define USER_SAVEDKEYS_STAT_RUN      1
++
++// TODO this needs to move into the AR_SOFTC struct
++struct USER_SAVEDKEYS {
++    struct ieee80211req_key   ucast_ik;
++    struct ieee80211req_key   bcast_ik;
++    CRYPTO_TYPE               keyType;
++    A_BOOL                    keyOk;
++};
++#endif
++
++#define DBG_INFO		0x00000001
++#define DBG_ERROR		0x00000002
++#define DBG_WARNING		0x00000004
++#define DBG_SDIO		0x00000008
++#define DBG_HIF			0x00000010
++#define DBG_HTC			0x00000020
++#define DBG_WMI			0x00000040
++#define DBG_WMI2		0x00000080
++#define DBG_DRIVER		0x00000100
++
++#define DBG_DEFAULTS	(DBG_ERROR|DBG_WARNING)
++
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++#define AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(args...)        if (debugdriver) A_PRINTF(args);
++#define AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF(args...)        if (debugdriver >= 2) A_PRINTF(args);
++extern int debugdriver;
++#else
++#define AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(args...)
++#define AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF(args...)
++#endif
++
++A_STATUS ar6000_ReadRegDiag(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 *address, A_UINT32 *data);
++A_STATUS ar6000_WriteRegDiag(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 *address, A_UINT32 *data);
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++#define	MAX_AR6000                        1
++#define AR6000_MAX_RX_BUFFERS             16
++#define AR6000_BUFFER_SIZE                1664
++#define AR6000_TX_TIMEOUT                 10
++#define	AR6000_ETH_ADDR_LEN               6
++#define	AR6000_MAX_ENDPOINTS              4
++#define MAX_NODE_NUM                      15
++#define MAX_COOKIE_NUM                    150
++#define AR6000_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_FREQ_DEFAULT        1
++#define AR6000_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_MISS_THRES_DEFAULT  1
++
++enum {
++    DRV_HB_CHALLENGE = 0,
++    APP_HB_CHALLENGE
++};
++
++/* HTC RAW streams */
++typedef enum _HTC_RAW_STREAM_ID {
++    HTC_RAW_STREAM_NOT_MAPPED = -1,
++    HTC_RAW_STREAM_0 = 0,
++    HTC_RAW_STREAM_1 = 1,
++    HTC_RAW_STREAM_2 = 2,
++    HTC_RAW_STREAM_3 = 3,
++    HTC_RAW_STREAM_NUM_MAX
++} HTC_RAW_STREAM_ID;
++
++#define RAW_HTC_READ_BUFFERS_NUM    4
++#define RAW_HTC_WRITE_BUFFERS_NUM   4
++
++typedef struct {
++    int currPtr;
++    int length;
++    unsigned char data[AR6000_BUFFER_SIZE];
++    HTC_PACKET    HTCPacket;
++} raw_htc_buffer;
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++/*
++ *  add TCMD_MODE besides wmi and bypasswmi
++ *  in TCMD_MODE, only few TCMD releated wmi commands
++ *  counld be hanlder
++ */
++enum {
++    AR6000_WMI_MODE = 0,
++    AR6000_BYPASS_MODE,
++    AR6000_TCMD_MODE,
++    AR6000_WLAN_MODE
++};
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT */
++
++struct ar_wep_key {
++    A_UINT8                 arKeyIndex;
++    A_UINT8                 arKeyLen;
++    A_UINT8                 arKey[64];
++} ;
++
++struct ar_node_mapping {
++    A_UINT8                 macAddress[6];
++    A_UINT8                 epId;
++    A_UINT8                 txPending;
++};
++
++struct ar_cookie {
++    A_UINT32               arc_bp[2];    /* Must be first field */
++    HTC_PACKET             HtcPkt;       /* HTC packet wrapper */
++    struct ar_cookie *arc_list_next;
++};
++
++struct ar_hb_chlng_resp {
++    A_TIMER                 timer;
++    A_UINT32                frequency;
++    A_UINT32                seqNum;
++    A_BOOL                  outstanding;
++    A_UINT8                 missCnt;
++    A_UINT8                 missThres;
++};
++
++typedef struct ar6_softc {
++    struct net_device       *arNetDev;    /* net_device pointer */
++    void                    *arWmi;
++    int                     arTxPending[WMI_PRI_MAX_COUNT];
++    int                     arTotalTxDataPending;
++    A_UINT8                 arNumDataEndPts;
++    A_BOOL                  arWmiEnabled;
++    A_BOOL                  arWmiReady;
++    A_BOOL                  arConnected;
++    HTC_HANDLE              arHtcTarget;
++    void                    *arHifDevice;
++    spinlock_t              arLock;
++    struct semaphore        arSem;
++    int                     arRxBuffers[WMI_PRI_MAX_COUNT];
++    int                     arSsidLen;
++    u_char                  arSsid[32];
++    A_UINT8                 arNetworkType;
++    A_UINT8                 arDot11AuthMode;
++    A_UINT8                 arAuthMode;
++    A_UINT8                 arPairwiseCrypto;
++    A_UINT8                 arPairwiseCryptoLen;
++    A_UINT8                 arGroupCrypto;
++    A_UINT8                 arGroupCryptoLen;
++    A_UINT8                 arDefTxKeyIndex;
++    struct ar_wep_key       arWepKeyList[WMI_MAX_KEY_INDEX + 1];
++    A_UINT8                 arBssid[6];
++    A_UINT8                 arReqBssid[6];
++    A_UINT16                arChannelHint;
++    A_UINT16                arBssChannel;
++    A_UINT16                arListenInterval;
++    struct ar6000_version   arVersion;
++    A_UINT32                arTargetType;
++    A_INT8                  arRssi;
++    A_UINT8                 arTxPwr;
++    A_BOOL                  arTxPwrSet;
++    A_INT32                 arBitRate;
++    struct net_device_stats arNetStats;
++    struct iw_statistics 	arIwStats;
++    A_INT8                  arNumChannels;
++    A_UINT16                arChannelList[32];
++    A_UINT32                arRegCode;
++    A_BOOL                  statsUpdatePending;
++    TARGET_STATS            arTargetStats;
++    A_INT8                  arMaxRetries;
++    A_UINT8                 arPhyCapability;
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++    A_UINT8                 tcmdRxReport;
++    A_UINT32                tcmdRxTotalPkt;
++    A_INT32                 tcmdRxRssi;
++    A_UINT32                tcmdPm;
++   A_UINT32                 arTargetMode;
++#endif
++    AR6000_WLAN_STATE       arWlanState;
++    struct ar_node_mapping  arNodeMap[MAX_NODE_NUM];
++    A_UINT8                 arIbssPsEnable;
++    A_UINT8                 arNodeNum;
++    A_UINT8                 arNexEpId;
++    struct ar_cookie        *arCookieList;
++    A_UINT16                arRateMask;
++    A_UINT8                 arSkipScan;
++    A_UINT16                arBeaconInterval;
++    A_BOOL                  arConnectPending;
++    A_BOOL                  arWmmEnabled;
++    struct ar_hb_chlng_resp arHBChallengeResp;
++    A_UINT8                 arKeepaliveConfigured;
++    A_UINT32                arMgmtFilter;
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_ID         arWmi2EpMapping[WMI_PRI_MAX_COUNT];
++    WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID       arEp2WmiMapping[ENDPOINT_MAX];
++#ifdef HTC_RAW_INTERFACE
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_ID         arRaw2EpMapping[HTC_RAW_STREAM_NUM_MAX];
++    HTC_RAW_STREAM_ID       arEp2RawMapping[ENDPOINT_MAX];
++    struct semaphore        raw_htc_read_sem[HTC_RAW_STREAM_NUM_MAX];
++    struct semaphore        raw_htc_write_sem[HTC_RAW_STREAM_NUM_MAX];
++    wait_queue_head_t       raw_htc_read_queue[HTC_RAW_STREAM_NUM_MAX];
++    wait_queue_head_t       raw_htc_write_queue[HTC_RAW_STREAM_NUM_MAX];
++    raw_htc_buffer          raw_htc_read_buffer[HTC_RAW_STREAM_NUM_MAX][RAW_HTC_READ_BUFFERS_NUM];
++    raw_htc_buffer          raw_htc_write_buffer[HTC_RAW_STREAM_NUM_MAX][RAW_HTC_WRITE_BUFFERS_NUM];
++    A_BOOL                  write_buffer_available[HTC_RAW_STREAM_NUM_MAX];
++    A_BOOL                  read_buffer_available[HTC_RAW_STREAM_NUM_MAX];
++#endif
++    A_BOOL                  arNetQueueStopped;
++    A_BOOL                  arRawIfInit;
++    int                     arDeviceIndex;
++    COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO arCreditStateInfo;
++    A_BOOL                  arWMIControlEpFull;
++    A_BOOL                  dbgLogFetchInProgress;
++    A_UCHAR                 log_buffer[DBGLOG_HOST_LOG_BUFFER_SIZE];
++    A_UINT32                log_cnt;
++    A_UINT32                dbglog_init_done;
++    A_UINT32                arConnectCtrlFlags;
++#ifdef USER_KEYS
++    A_INT32                 user_savedkeys_stat;
++    A_UINT32                user_key_ctrl;
++    struct USER_SAVEDKEYS   user_saved_keys;
++#endif
++} AR_SOFTC_T;
++
++
++#define arWMIStream2EndpointID(ar,wmi)          (ar)->arWmi2EpMapping[(wmi)]
++#define arSetWMIStream2EndpointIDMap(ar,wmi,ep)  \
++{  (ar)->arWmi2EpMapping[(wmi)] = (ep); \
++   (ar)->arEp2WmiMapping[(ep)] = (wmi); }
++#define arEndpoint2WMIStreamID(ar,ep)           (ar)->arEp2WmiMapping[(ep)]
++
++#define arRawIfEnabled(ar) (ar)->arRawIfInit
++#define arRawStream2EndpointID(ar,raw)          (ar)->arRaw2EpMapping[(raw)]
++#define arSetRawStream2EndpointIDMap(ar,raw,ep)  \
++{  (ar)->arRaw2EpMapping[(raw)] = (ep); \
++   (ar)->arEp2RawMapping[(ep)] = (raw); }
++#define arEndpoint2RawStreamID(ar,ep)           (ar)->arEp2RawMapping[(ep)]
++
++struct ar_giwscan_param {
++    char    *current_ev;
++    char    *end_buf;
++    A_BOOL  firstPass;
++};
++
++#define AR6000_STAT_INC(ar, stat)       (ar->arNetStats.stat++)
++
++#define AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(lock, param)   do {                            \
++    if (irqs_disabled()) {                                              \
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("IRQs disabled:AR6000_LOCK\n");                 \
++    }                                                                   \
++    spin_lock_bh(lock);                                                 \
++} while (0)
++
++#define AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(lock, param) do {                            \
++    if (irqs_disabled()) {                                              \
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("IRQs disabled: AR6000_UNLOCK\n");              \
++    }                                                                   \
++    spin_unlock_bh(lock);                                               \
++} while (0)
++
++int ar6000_ioctl(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq, int cmd);
++int ar6000_ioctl_dispatcher(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq, int cmd);
++void ar6000_ioctl_iwsetup(struct iw_handler_def *def);
++void ar6000_gpio_init(void);
++void ar6000_init_profile_info(AR_SOFTC_T *ar);
++void ar6000_install_static_wep_keys(AR_SOFTC_T *ar);
++int ar6000_init(struct net_device *dev);
++int ar6000_dbglog_get_debug_logs(AR_SOFTC_T *ar);
++A_STATUS ar6000_SetHTCBlockSize(AR_SOFTC_T *ar);
++
++#ifdef HTC_RAW_INTERFACE
++
++#ifndef __user
++#define __user
++#endif
++
++int ar6000_htc_raw_open(AR_SOFTC_T *ar);
++int ar6000_htc_raw_close(AR_SOFTC_T *ar);
++ssize_t ar6000_htc_raw_read(AR_SOFTC_T *ar,
++                            HTC_RAW_STREAM_ID StreamID,
++                            char __user *buffer, size_t count);
++ssize_t ar6000_htc_raw_write(AR_SOFTC_T *ar,
++                             HTC_RAW_STREAM_ID StreamID,
++                             char __user *buffer, size_t count);
++
++#endif /* HTC_RAW_INTERFACE */
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _AR6000_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ar6000_raw_if.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ar6000_raw_if.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,439 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "ar6000_drv.h"
++
++#ifdef HTC_RAW_INTERFACE
++
++static void
++ar6000_htc_raw_read_cb(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T        *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)Context;
++    raw_htc_buffer    *busy;
++    HTC_RAW_STREAM_ID streamID;
++
++    busy = (raw_htc_buffer *)pPacket->pPktContext;
++    A_ASSERT(busy != NULL);
++
++    if (pPacket->Status == A_ECANCELED) {
++        /*
++         * HTC provides A_ECANCELED status when it doesn't want to be refilled
++         * (probably due to a shutdown)
++         */
++        return;
++    }
++
++    streamID = arEndpoint2RawStreamID(ar,pPacket->Endpoint);
++    A_ASSERT(streamID != HTC_RAW_STREAM_NOT_MAPPED);
++
++#ifdef CF
++   if (down_trylock(&ar->raw_htc_read_sem[streamID])) {
++#else
++    if (down_interruptible(&ar->raw_htc_read_sem[streamID])) {
++#endif /* CF */
++        AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("Unable to down the semaphore\n");
++    }
++
++    A_ASSERT((pPacket->Status != A_OK) ||
++             (pPacket->pBuffer == (busy->data + HTC_HEADER_LEN)));
++
++    busy->length = pPacket->ActualLength + HTC_HEADER_LEN;
++    busy->currPtr = HTC_HEADER_LEN;
++    ar->read_buffer_available[streamID] = TRUE;
++    //AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("raw read cb:  0x%X 0x%X \n", busy->currPtr,busy->length);
++    up(&ar->raw_htc_read_sem[streamID]);
++
++    /* Signal the waiting process */
++    AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("Waking up the StreamID(%d) read process\n", streamID);
++    wake_up_interruptible(&ar->raw_htc_read_queue[streamID]);
++}
++
++static void
++ar6000_htc_raw_write_cb(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T          *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T  *)Context;
++    raw_htc_buffer      *free;
++    HTC_RAW_STREAM_ID   streamID;
++
++    free = (raw_htc_buffer *)pPacket->pPktContext;
++    A_ASSERT(free != NULL);
++
++    if (pPacket->Status == A_ECANCELED) {
++        /*
++         * HTC provides A_ECANCELED status when it doesn't want to be refilled
++         * (probably due to a shutdown)
++         */
++        return;
++    }
++
++    streamID = arEndpoint2RawStreamID(ar,pPacket->Endpoint);
++    A_ASSERT(streamID != HTC_RAW_STREAM_NOT_MAPPED);
++
++#ifdef CF
++    if (down_trylock(&ar->raw_htc_write_sem[streamID])) {
++#else
++    if (down_interruptible(&ar->raw_htc_write_sem[streamID])) {
++#endif
++        AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("Unable to down the semaphore\n");
++    }
++
++    A_ASSERT(pPacket->pBuffer == (free->data + HTC_HEADER_LEN));
++
++    free->length = 0;
++    ar->write_buffer_available[streamID] = TRUE;
++    up(&ar->raw_htc_write_sem[streamID]);
++
++    /* Signal the waiting process */
++    AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("Waking up the StreamID(%d) write process\n", streamID);
++    wake_up_interruptible(&ar->raw_htc_write_queue[streamID]);
++}
++
++/* connect to a service */
++static A_STATUS ar6000_connect_raw_service(AR_SOFTC_T        *ar,
++                                           HTC_RAW_STREAM_ID StreamID)
++{
++    A_STATUS                 status;
++    HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_RESP response;
++    A_UINT8                  streamNo;
++    HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_REQ  connect;
++
++    do {
++
++        A_MEMZERO(&connect,sizeof(connect));
++            /* pass the stream ID as meta data to the RAW streams service */
++        streamNo = (A_UINT8)StreamID;
++        connect.pMetaData = &streamNo;
++        connect.MetaDataLength = sizeof(A_UINT8);
++            /* these fields are the same for all endpoints */
++        connect.EpCallbacks.pContext = ar;
++        connect.EpCallbacks.EpTxComplete = ar6000_htc_raw_write_cb;
++        connect.EpCallbacks.EpRecv = ar6000_htc_raw_read_cb;
++            /* simple interface, we don't need these optional callbacks */
++        connect.EpCallbacks.EpRecvRefill = NULL;
++        connect.EpCallbacks.EpSendFull = NULL;
++        connect.MaxSendQueueDepth = RAW_HTC_WRITE_BUFFERS_NUM;
++
++            /* connect to the raw streams service, we may be able to get 1 or more
++             * connections, depending on WHAT is running on the target */
++        connect.ServiceID = HTC_RAW_STREAMS_SVC;
++
++        A_MEMZERO(&response,sizeof(response));
++
++            /* try to connect to the raw stream, it is okay if this fails with
++             * status HTC_SERVICE_NO_MORE_EP */
++        status = HTCConnectService(ar->arHtcTarget,
++                                   &connect,
++                                   &response);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            if (response.ConnectRespCode == HTC_SERVICE_NO_MORE_EP) {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("HTC RAW , No more streams allowed \n");
++                status = A_OK;
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* set endpoint mapping for the RAW HTC streams */
++        arSetRawStream2EndpointIDMap(ar,StreamID,response.Endpoint);
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("HTC RAW : stream ID: %d, endpoint: %d\n",
++                        StreamID, arRawStream2EndpointID(ar,StreamID));
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++int ar6000_htc_raw_open(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++    int streamID, endPt, count2;
++    raw_htc_buffer *buffer;
++    HTC_SERVICE_ID servicepriority;
++
++    A_ASSERT(ar->arHtcTarget != NULL);
++
++        /* wait for target */
++    status = HTCWaitTarget(ar->arHtcTarget);
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("HTCWaitTarget failed (%d)\n", status);
++        return -ENODEV;
++    }
++
++    for (endPt = 0; endPt < ENDPOINT_MAX; endPt++) {
++        ar->arEp2RawMapping[endPt] = HTC_RAW_STREAM_NOT_MAPPED;
++    }
++
++    for (streamID = HTC_RAW_STREAM_0; streamID < HTC_RAW_STREAM_NUM_MAX; streamID++) {
++        /* Initialize the data structures */
++        init_MUTEX(&ar->raw_htc_read_sem[streamID]);
++        init_MUTEX(&ar->raw_htc_write_sem[streamID]);
++        init_waitqueue_head(&ar->raw_htc_read_queue[streamID]);
++        init_waitqueue_head(&ar->raw_htc_write_queue[streamID]);
++
++            /* try to connect to the raw service */
++        status = ar6000_connect_raw_service(ar,streamID);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (arRawStream2EndpointID(ar,streamID) == 0) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        for (count2 = 0; count2 < RAW_HTC_READ_BUFFERS_NUM; count2 ++) {
++            /* Initialize the receive buffers */
++            buffer = &ar->raw_htc_write_buffer[streamID][count2];
++            memset(buffer, 0, sizeof(raw_htc_buffer));
++            buffer = &ar->raw_htc_read_buffer[streamID][count2];
++            memset(buffer, 0, sizeof(raw_htc_buffer));
++
++            SET_HTC_PACKET_INFO_RX_REFILL(&buffer->HTCPacket,
++                                          buffer,
++                                          buffer->data,
++                                          AR6000_BUFFER_SIZE,
++                                          arRawStream2EndpointID(ar,streamID));
++
++            /* Queue buffers to HTC for receive */
++            if ((status = HTCAddReceivePkt(ar->arHtcTarget, &buffer->HTCPacket)) != A_OK)
++            {
++                BMIInit();
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++        }
++
++        for (count2 = 0; count2 < RAW_HTC_WRITE_BUFFERS_NUM; count2 ++) {
++            /* Initialize the receive buffers */
++            buffer = &ar->raw_htc_write_buffer[streamID][count2];
++            memset(buffer, 0, sizeof(raw_htc_buffer));
++        }
++
++        ar->read_buffer_available[streamID] = FALSE;
++        ar->write_buffer_available[streamID] = TRUE;
++    }
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("HTC RAW, number of streams the target supports: %d \n", streamID);
++
++    servicepriority = HTC_RAW_STREAMS_SVC;  /* only 1 */
++
++        /* set callbacks and priority list */
++    HTCSetCreditDistribution(ar->arHtcTarget,
++                             ar,
++                             NULL,  /* use default */
++                             NULL,  /* use default */
++                             &servicepriority,
++                             1);
++
++    /* Start the HTC component */
++    if ((status = HTCStart(ar->arHtcTarget)) != A_OK) {
++        BMIInit();
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    (ar)->arRawIfInit = TRUE;
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++int ar6000_htc_raw_close(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++    A_PRINTF("ar6000_htc_raw_close called \n");
++    HTCStop(ar->arHtcTarget);
++
++        /* reset the device */
++    ar6000_reset_device(ar->arHifDevice, ar->arTargetType);
++    /* Initialize the BMI component */
++    BMIInit();
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++raw_htc_buffer *
++get_filled_buffer(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, HTC_RAW_STREAM_ID StreamID)
++{
++    int count;
++    raw_htc_buffer *busy;
++
++    /* Check for data */
++    for (count = 0; count < RAW_HTC_READ_BUFFERS_NUM; count ++) {
++        busy = &ar->raw_htc_read_buffer[StreamID][count];
++        if (busy->length) {
++            break;
++        }
++    }
++    if (busy->length) {
++        ar->read_buffer_available[StreamID] = TRUE;
++    } else {
++        ar->read_buffer_available[StreamID] = FALSE;
++    }
++
++    return busy;
++}
++
++ssize_t ar6000_htc_raw_read(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, HTC_RAW_STREAM_ID StreamID,
++                            char __user *buffer, size_t length)
++{
++    int readPtr;
++    raw_htc_buffer *busy;
++
++    if (arRawStream2EndpointID(ar,StreamID) == 0) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("StreamID(%d) not connected! \n", StreamID);
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (down_interruptible(&ar->raw_htc_read_sem[StreamID])) {
++        return -ERESTARTSYS;
++    }
++
++    busy = get_filled_buffer(ar,StreamID);
++    while (!ar->read_buffer_available[StreamID]) {
++        up(&ar->raw_htc_read_sem[StreamID]);
++
++        /* Wait for the data */
++        AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("Sleeping StreamID(%d) read process\n", StreamID);
++        if (wait_event_interruptible(ar->raw_htc_read_queue[StreamID],
++                                     ar->read_buffer_available[StreamID]))
++        {
++            return -EINTR;
++        }
++        if (down_interruptible(&ar->raw_htc_read_sem[StreamID])) {
++            return -ERESTARTSYS;
++        }
++        busy = get_filled_buffer(ar,StreamID);
++    }
++
++    /* Read the data */
++    readPtr = busy->currPtr;
++    if (length > busy->length - HTC_HEADER_LEN) {
++        length = busy->length - HTC_HEADER_LEN;
++    }
++    if (copy_to_user(buffer, &busy->data[readPtr], length)) {
++        up(&ar->raw_htc_read_sem[StreamID]);
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    busy->currPtr += length;
++
++    //AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("raw read ioctl:  currPTR : 0x%X 0x%X \n", busy->currPtr,busy->length);
++
++    if (busy->currPtr == busy->length)
++    {
++        busy->currPtr = 0;
++        busy->length = 0;
++        HTC_PACKET_RESET_RX(&busy->HTCPacket);
++        //AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("raw read ioctl:  ep for packet:%d \n", busy->HTCPacket.Endpoint);
++        HTCAddReceivePkt(ar->arHtcTarget, &busy->HTCPacket);
++    }
++    ar->read_buffer_available[StreamID] = FALSE;
++    up(&ar->raw_htc_read_sem[StreamID]);
++
++    return length;
++}
++
++static raw_htc_buffer *
++get_free_buffer(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, HTC_ENDPOINT_ID StreamID)
++{
++    int count;
++    raw_htc_buffer *free;
++
++    free = NULL;
++    for (count = 0; count < RAW_HTC_WRITE_BUFFERS_NUM; count ++) {
++        free = &ar->raw_htc_write_buffer[StreamID][count];
++        if (free->length == 0) {
++            break;
++        }
++    }
++    if (!free->length) {
++        ar->write_buffer_available[StreamID] = TRUE;
++    } else {
++        ar->write_buffer_available[StreamID] = FALSE;
++    }
++
++    return free;
++}
++
++ssize_t ar6000_htc_raw_write(AR_SOFTC_T *ar, HTC_RAW_STREAM_ID StreamID,
++                     char __user *buffer, size_t length)
++{
++    int writePtr;
++    raw_htc_buffer *free;
++
++    if (arRawStream2EndpointID(ar,StreamID) == 0) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("StreamID(%d) not connected! \n", StreamID);
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (down_interruptible(&ar->raw_htc_write_sem[StreamID])) {
++        return -ERESTARTSYS;
++    }
++
++    /* Search for a free buffer */
++    free = get_free_buffer(ar,StreamID);
++
++    /* Check if there is space to write else wait */
++    while (!ar->write_buffer_available[StreamID]) {
++        up(&ar->raw_htc_write_sem[StreamID]);
++
++        /* Wait for buffer to become free */
++        AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("Sleeping StreamID(%d) write process\n", StreamID);
++        if (wait_event_interruptible(ar->raw_htc_write_queue[StreamID],
++                                     ar->write_buffer_available[StreamID]))
++        {
++            return -EINTR;
++        }
++        if (down_interruptible(&ar->raw_htc_write_sem[StreamID])) {
++            return -ERESTARTSYS;
++        }
++        free = get_free_buffer(ar,StreamID);
++    }
++
++    /* Send the data */
++    writePtr = HTC_HEADER_LEN;
++    if (length > (AR6000_BUFFER_SIZE - HTC_HEADER_LEN)) {
++        length = AR6000_BUFFER_SIZE - HTC_HEADER_LEN;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&free->data[writePtr], buffer, length)) {
++        up(&ar->raw_htc_read_sem[StreamID]);
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    free->length = length;
++
++    SET_HTC_PACKET_INFO_TX(&free->HTCPacket,
++                           free,
++                           &free->data[writePtr],
++                           length,
++                           arRawStream2EndpointID(ar,StreamID),
++                           AR6K_DATA_PKT_TAG);
++
++    HTCSendPkt(ar->arHtcTarget,&free->HTCPacket);
++
++    ar->write_buffer_available[StreamID] = FALSE;
++    up(&ar->raw_htc_write_sem[StreamID]);
++
++    return length;
++}
++#endif /* HTC_RAW_INTERFACE */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ar6xapi_linux.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ar6xapi_linux.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,128 @@
++#ifndef _AR6XAPI_LINUX_H
++#define _AR6XAPI_LINUX_H
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++struct ar6_softc;
++
++void ar6000_ready_event(void *devt, A_UINT8 *datap, A_UINT8 phyCap);
++A_UINT8 ar6000_iptos_to_userPriority(A_UINT8 *pkt);
++A_STATUS ar6000_control_tx(void *devt, void *osbuf, WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID streamID);
++void ar6000_connect_event(struct ar6_softc *ar, A_UINT16 channel,
++                          A_UINT8 *bssid, A_UINT16 listenInterval,
++                          A_UINT16 beaconInterval, NETWORK_TYPE networkType,
++                          A_UINT8 beaconIeLen, A_UINT8 assocReqLen,
++                          A_UINT8 assocRespLen,A_UINT8 *assocInfo);
++void ar6000_disconnect_event(struct ar6_softc *ar, A_UINT8 reason,
++                             A_UINT8 *bssid, A_UINT8 assocRespLen,
++                             A_UINT8 *assocInfo, A_UINT16 protocolReasonStatus);
++void ar6000_tkip_micerr_event(struct ar6_softc *ar, A_UINT8 keyid,
++                              A_BOOL ismcast);
++void ar6000_bitrate_rx(void *devt, A_INT32 rateKbps);
++void ar6000_channelList_rx(void *devt, A_INT8 numChan, A_UINT16 *chanList);
++void ar6000_regDomain_event(struct ar6_softc *ar, A_UINT32 regCode);
++void ar6000_txPwr_rx(void *devt, A_UINT8 txPwr);
++void ar6000_keepalive_rx(void *devt, A_UINT8 configured);
++void ar6000_neighborReport_event(struct ar6_softc *ar, int numAps,
++                                 WMI_NEIGHBOR_INFO *info);
++void ar6000_set_numdataendpts(struct ar6_softc *ar, A_UINT32 num);
++void ar6000_scanComplete_event(struct ar6_softc *ar, A_STATUS status);
++void ar6000_targetStats_event(struct ar6_softc *ar,  WMI_TARGET_STATS *pStats);
++void ar6000_rssiThreshold_event(struct ar6_softc *ar,
++                                WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_VAL newThreshold,
++                                A_INT16 rssi);
++void ar6000_reportError_event(struct ar6_softc *, WMI_TARGET_ERROR_VAL errorVal);
++void ar6000_cac_event(struct ar6_softc *ar, A_UINT8 ac, A_UINT8 cac_indication,
++                                A_UINT8 statusCode, A_UINT8 *tspecSuggestion);
++void ar6000_hbChallengeResp_event(struct ar6_softc *, A_UINT32 cookie, A_UINT32 source);
++void
++ar6000_roam_tbl_event(struct ar6_softc *ar, WMI_TARGET_ROAM_TBL *pTbl);
++
++void
++ar6000_roam_data_event(struct ar6_softc *ar, WMI_TARGET_ROAM_DATA *p);
++
++void
++ar6000_wow_list_event(struct ar6_softc *ar, A_UINT8 num_filters,
++                      WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_REPLY *wow_reply);
++
++void ar6000_pmkid_list_event(void *devt, A_UINT8 numPMKID,
++                             WMI_PMKID *pmkidList);
++
++void ar6000_gpio_intr_rx(A_UINT32 intr_mask, A_UINT32 input_values);
++void ar6000_gpio_data_rx(A_UINT32 reg_id, A_UINT32 value);
++void ar6000_gpio_ack_rx(void);
++
++void ar6000_dbglog_init_done(struct ar6_softc *ar);
++
++#ifdef SEND_EVENT_TO_APP
++void ar6000_send_event_to_app(struct ar6_softc *ar, A_UINT16 eventId, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++#endif
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++void ar6000_tcmd_rx_report_event(void *devt, A_UINT8 * results, int len);
++#endif
++
++void ar6000_tx_retry_err_event(void *devt);
++
++void ar6000_snrThresholdEvent_rx(void *devt,
++                                 WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_VAL newThreshold,
++                                 A_UINT8 snr);
++
++void ar6000_lqThresholdEvent_rx(void *devt, WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_VAL range, A_UINT8 lqVal);
++
++
++void ar6000_ratemask_rx(void *devt, A_UINT16 ratemask);
++
++A_STATUS ar6000_get_driver_cfg(struct net_device *dev,
++                                A_UINT16 cfgParam,
++                                void *result);
++void ar6000_bssInfo_event_rx(struct ar6_softc *ar, A_UINT8 *data, int len);
++
++void ar6000_dbglog_event(struct ar6_softc *ar, A_UINT32 dropped,
++                         A_INT8 *buffer, A_UINT32 length);
++
++int ar6000_dbglog_get_debug_logs(struct ar6_softc *ar);
++
++void ar6000_indicate_tx_activity(void *devt, A_UINT8 trafficClass, A_BOOL Active);
++
++void ar6000_dset_open_req(void *devt,
++                          A_UINT32 id,
++                          A_UINT32 targ_handle,
++                          A_UINT32 targ_reply_fn,
++                          A_UINT32 targ_reply_arg);
++void ar6000_dset_close(void *devt, A_UINT32 access_cookie);
++void ar6000_dset_data_req(void *devt,
++                          A_UINT32 access_cookie,
++                          A_UINT32 offset,
++                          A_UINT32 length,
++                          A_UINT32 targ_buf,
++                          A_UINT32 targ_reply_fn,
++                          A_UINT32 targ_reply_arg);
++
++
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/athdrv_linux.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/athdrv_linux.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,993 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _ATHDRV_LINUX_H
++#define _ATHDRV_LINUX_H
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++
++/*
++ * There are two types of ioctl's here: Standard ioctls and
++ * eXtended ioctls.  All extended ioctls (XIOCTL) are multiplexed
++ * off of the single ioctl command, AR6000_IOCTL_EXTENDED.  The
++ * arguments for every XIOCTL starts with a 32-bit command word
++ * that is used to select which extended ioctl is in use.  After
++ * the command word are command-specific arguments.
++ */
++
++/* Linux standard Wireless Extensions, private ioctl interfaces */
++#define IEEE80211_IOCTL_SETPARAM             (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+0)
++#define IEEE80211_IOCTL_GETPARAM             (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+1)
++#define IEEE80211_IOCTL_SETKEY               (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+2)
++#define IEEE80211_IOCTL_SETWMMPARAMS         (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+3)
++#define IEEE80211_IOCTL_DELKEY               (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+4)
++#define IEEE80211_IOCTL_GETWMMPARAMS         (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+5)
++#define IEEE80211_IOCTL_SETMLME              (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+6)
++#define IEEE80211_IOCTL_SETOPTIE             (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+6)
++#define IEEE80211_IOCTL_GETOPTIE             (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+7)
++#define IEEE80211_IOCTL_ADDPMKID             (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+8)
++//#define IEEE80211_IOCTL_SETAUTHALG           (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+10)
++#define IEEE80211_IOCTL_LASTONE              (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+9)
++
++
++
++/*                      ====WMI Ioctls====                                    */
++/*
++ *
++ * Many ioctls simply provide WMI services to application code:
++ * an application makes such an ioctl call with a set of arguments
++ * that are packaged into the corresponding WMI message, and sent
++ * to the Target.
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_GETREV              (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+10)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   ar6000_version *revision
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SETPWR              (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+11)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_POWER_MODE_CMD pwrModeCmd (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_SET_POWER_MODE_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SETSCAN             (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+12)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_SCAN_PARAMS_CMD scanParams (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_SET_SCAN_PARAMS_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SETLISTENINT        (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+13)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 listenInterval
++ * uses: WMI_SET_LISTEN_INT_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SETBSSFILTER        (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+14)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_BSS_FILTER filter (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_SET_BSS_FILTER_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_CHANNELPARAMS   (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+16)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_CHANNEL_PARAMS_CMD chParams
++ * uses: WMI_SET_CHANNEL_PARAMS_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_PROBEDSSID      (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+17)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_PROBED_SSID_CMD probedSsids (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_SETPROBED_SSID_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_PMPARAMS        (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+18)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_POWER_PARAMS_CMD powerParams (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_SET_POWER_PARAMS_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_BADAP           (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+19)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_ADD_BAD_AP_CMD badAPs (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_ADD_BAD_AP_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_GET_QOS_QUEUE       (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+20)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   ar6000_queuereq queueRequest (see below)
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_CREATE_QOS          (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+21)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM createPstreamCmd (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_DELETE_QOS          (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+22)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_DELETE_PSTREAM_CMD deletePstreamCmd (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_DELETE_PSTREAM_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_SNRTHRESHOLD   (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+23)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD thresholdParams (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_ERROR_REPORT_BITMASK (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+24)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_BITMASK errorReportBitMask (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_BITMASK_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_GET_TARGET_STATS    (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+25)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   TARGET_STATS *targetStats (see below)
++ * uses: WMI_GET_STATISTICS_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_ASSOC_INFO      (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+26)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_SET_ASSOC_INFO_CMD setAssocInfoCmd
++ * uses: WMI_SET_ASSOC_INFO_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_ACCESS_PARAMS   (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+27)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_SET_ACCESS_PARAMS_CMD setAccessParams (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_SET_ACCESS_PARAMS_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_BMISS_TIME      (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+28)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 beaconMissTime
++ * uses: WMI_SET_BMISS_TIME_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_DISC_TIMEOUT    (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+29)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_DISC_TIMEOUT_CMD disconnectTimeoutCmd (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_SET_DISC_TIMEOUT_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_IBSS_PM_CAPS    (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+30)
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_IBSS_PM_CAPS_CMD ibssPowerMgmtCapsCmd
++ * uses: WMI_SET_IBSS_PM_CAPS_CMDID
++ */
++
++/*
++ * There is a very small space available for driver-private
++ * wireless ioctls.  In order to circumvent this limitation,
++ * we multiplex a bunch of ioctls (XIOCTLs) on top of a
++ * single AR6000_IOCTL_EXTENDED ioctl.
++ */
++#define AR6000_IOCTL_EXTENDED                (SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV+31)
++
++
++/*                         ====BMI Extended Ioctls====                        */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_DONE                                  1
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_DONE)
++ * uses: BMI_DONE
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_READ_MEMORY                           2
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   union {
++ *     struct {
++ *       UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_READ_MEMORY)
++ *       UINT32 address
++ *       UINT32 length
++ *     }
++ *     char results[length]
++ *   }
++ * uses: BMI_READ_MEMORY
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_WRITE_MEMORY                          3
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_WRITE_MEMORY)
++ *   UINT32 address
++ *   UINT32 length
++ *   char data[length]
++ * uses: BMI_WRITE_MEMORY
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_EXECUTE                               4
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_EXECUTE)
++ *   UINT32 TargetAddress
++ *   UINT32 parameter
++ * uses: BMI_EXECUTE
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_SET_APP_START                         5
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_SET_APP_START)
++ *   UINT32 TargetAddress
++ * uses: BMI_SET_APP_START
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_READ_SOC_REGISTER                     6
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   union {
++ *     struct {
++ *       UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_READ_SOC_REGISTER)
++ *       UINT32 TargetAddress, 32-bit aligned
++ *     }
++ *     UINT32 result
++ *   }
++ * uses: BMI_READ_SOC_REGISTER
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_WRITE_SOC_REGISTER                    7
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *     struct {
++ *       UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_WRITE_SOC_REGISTER)
++ *       UINT32 TargetAddress, 32-bit aligned
++ *       UINT32 newValue
++ *     }
++ * uses: BMI_WRITE_SOC_REGISTER
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_TEST                                  8
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_TEST)
++ *   UINT32 address
++ *   UINT32 length
++ *   UINT32 count
++ */
++
++
++
++/* Historical Host-side DataSet support */
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_UNUSED9                                   9
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_UNUSED10                                  10
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_UNUSED11                                  11
++
++/*                      ====Misc Extended Ioctls====                          */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_FORCE_TARGET_RESET                        12
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_FORCE_TARGET_RESET)
++ */
++
++
++#ifdef HTC_RAW_INTERFACE
++/* HTC Raw Interface Ioctls */
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_HTC_RAW_OPEN                              13
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_HTC_RAW_OPEN)
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_HTC_RAW_CLOSE                             14
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_HTC_RAW_CLOSE)
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_HTC_RAW_READ                              15
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   union {
++ *     struct {
++ *       UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_HTC_RAW_READ)
++ *       UINT32 mailboxID
++ *       UINT32 length
++ *     }
++ *     results[length]
++ *   }
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_HTC_RAW_WRITE                             16
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_HTC_RAW_WRITE)
++ *   UINT32 mailboxID
++ *   UINT32 length
++ *   char buffer[length]
++ */
++#endif /* HTC_RAW_INTERFACE */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_CHECK_TARGET_READY                        17
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_CHECK_TARGET_READY)
++ */
++
++
++
++/*                ====GPIO (General Purpose I/O) Extended Ioctls====          */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_OUTPUT_SET                           18
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_OUTPUT_SET)
++ *   ar6000_gpio_output_set_cmd_s (see below)
++ * uses: WMIX_GPIO_OUTPUT_SET_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_INPUT_GET                            19
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_INPUT_GET)
++ * uses: WMIX_GPIO_INPUT_GET_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_REGISTER_SET                         20
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_REGISTER_SET)
++ *   ar6000_gpio_register_cmd_s (see below)
++ * uses: WMIX_GPIO_REGISTER_SET_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_REGISTER_GET                         21
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_REGISTER_GET)
++ *   ar6000_gpio_register_cmd_s (see below)
++ * uses: WMIX_GPIO_REGISTER_GET_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_INTR_ACK                             22
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_INTR_ACK)
++ *   ar6000_cpio_intr_ack_cmd_s (see below)
++ * uses: WMIX_GPIO_INTR_ACK_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_INTR_WAIT                            23
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_INTR_WAIT)
++ */
++
++
++
++/*                    ====more wireless commands====                          */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_ADHOC_BSSID                           24
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_ADHOC_BSSID)
++ *   WMI_SET_ADHOC_BSSID_CMD setAdHocBssidCmd (see include/wmi.h)
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_OPT_MODE                              25
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_OPT_MODE)
++ *   WMI_SET_OPT_MODE_CMD setOptModeCmd (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_SET_OPT_MODE_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_OPT_SEND_FRAME                            26
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_OPT_SEND_FRAME)
++ *   WMI_OPT_TX_FRAME_CMD optTxFrameCmd (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_OPT_TX_FRAME_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_ADHOC_BEACON_INTVAL                   27
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_ADHOC_BEACON_INTVAL)
++ *   WMI_BEACON_INT_CMD beaconIntCmd (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_SET_BEACON_INT_CMDID
++ */
++
++
++#define IEEE80211_IOCTL_SETAUTHALG                              28
++
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_VOICE_PKT_SIZE                        29
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_VOICE_PKT_SIZE)
++ *   WMI_SET_VOICE_PKT_SIZE_CMD setVoicePktSizeCmd (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_SET_VOICE_PKT_SIZE_CMDID
++ */
++
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_MAX_SP                                30
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_MAX_SP)
++ *   WMI_SET_MAX_SP_LEN_CMD maxSPLen(see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_SET_MAX_SP_LEN_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_ROAM_TBL                          31
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_ROAM_CTRL                         32
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTRL_WMI_SET_POWERSAVE_TIMERS                 33
++
++
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTRL_WMI_SET_POWERSAVE_TIMERS)
++ *   WMI_SET_POWERSAVE_TIMERS_CMD powerSaveTimers(see include/wmi.h)
++ *   WMI_SET_POWERSAVE_TIMERS_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTRL_WMI_GET_POWER_MODE                        34
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTRL_WMI_GET_POWER_MODE)
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTRL_WMI_SET_WLAN_STATE                       35
++typedef enum {
++    WLAN_DISABLED,
++    WLAN_ENABLED
++} AR6000_WLAN_STATE;
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ * enable/disable
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_ROAM_DATA                         36
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SETRETRYLIMITS                37
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_SET_RETRY_LIMITS_CMD ibssSetRetryLimitsCmd
++ * uses: WMI_SET_RETRY_LIMITS_CMDID
++ */
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++/*       ====extended commands for radio test ====                          */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_TCMD_CONT_TX                      38
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_TCMD_CONT_TX)
++ *   WMI_TCMD_CONT_TX_CMD contTxCmd (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_TCMD_CONT_TX_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_TCMD_CONT_RX                      39
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_TCMD_CONT_RX)
++ *   WMI_TCMD_CONT_RX_CMD rxCmd (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_TCMD_CONT_RX_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_TCMD_PM                           40
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_TCMD_PM)
++ *   WMI_TCMD_PM_CMD pmCmd (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_TCMD_PM_CMDID
++ */
++
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_STARTSCAN                     41
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_STARTSCAN)
++ *   UINT8  scanType
++ *   UINT8  scanConnected
++ *   A_BOOL forceFgScan
++ * uses: WMI_START_SCAN_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SETFIXRATES                   42
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GETFIXRATES                   43
++
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_RSSITHRESHOLD             44
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD thresholdParams (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_CLR_RSSISNR                   45
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_CLR_RSSISNR_CMD thresholdParams (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_CLR_RSSISNR_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_LQTHRESHOLD               46
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD thresholdParams (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_RTS                        47
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   WMI_SET_RTS_MODE_CMD (see include/wmi.h)
++ * uses: WMI_SET_RTS_MODE_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_LPREAMBLE                 48
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_AUTHMODE                  49
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_AUTHMODE)
++ *   UINT8  mode
++ * uses: WMI_SET_RECONNECT_AUTH_MODE_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_REASSOCMODE               50
++
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_WMM)
++ *   UINT8  mode
++ * uses: WMI_SET_WMM_CMDID
++ */
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_WMM                       51
++
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ * UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_PARAMS)
++ * UINT32 frequency
++ * UINT8  threshold
++ */
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_PARAMS  52
++
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ * UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP)
++ * UINT32 cookie
++ */
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP         53
++
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_RD)
++ *   UINT32 regDomain
++ */
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_RD                        54
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_DIAG_READ                         55
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_DIAG_WRITE                        56
++
++/*
++ * arguments cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_TXOP)
++ * WMI_TXOP_CFG  txopEnable
++ */
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_TXOP                      57
++
++#ifdef USER_KEYS
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ * UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_USER_SETKEYS)
++ * UINT32 keyOpCtrl
++ * uses AR6000_USER_SETKEYS_INFO
++ */
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_USER_SETKEYS                      58
++#endif /* USER_KEYS */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_KEEPALIVE                 59
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT8 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_KEEPALIVE)
++ *   UINT8 keepaliveInterval
++ * uses: WMI_SET_KEEPALIVE_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE                 60
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT8 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE)
++ *   UINT8 keepaliveInterval
++ *   A_BOOL configured
++ * uses: WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE_CMDID
++ */
++
++/*               ====ROM Patching Extended Ioctls====                       */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_ROMPATCH_INSTALL              61
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *     union {
++ *       struct {
++ *         UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_ROMPATCH_INSTALL)
++ *         UINT32 ROM Address
++ *         UINT32 RAM Address
++ *         UINT32 number of bytes
++ *         UINT32 activate? (0 or 1)
++ *       }
++ *       A_UINT32 resulting rompatch ID
++ *     }
++ * uses: BMI_ROMPATCH_INSTALL
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_ROMPATCH_UNINSTALL            62
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *     struct {
++ *       UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_ROMPATCH_UNINSTALL)
++ *       UINT32 rompatch ID
++ *     }
++ * uses: BMI_ROMPATCH_UNINSTALL
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_ROMPATCH_ACTIVATE             63
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *     struct {
++ *       UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_ROMPATCH_ACTIVATE)
++ *       UINT32 rompatch count
++ *       UINT32 rompatch IDs[rompatch count]
++ *     }
++ * uses: BMI_ROMPATCH_ACTIVATE
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_ROMPATCH_DEACTIVATE           64
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *     struct {
++ *       UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_ROMPATCH_DEACTIVATE)
++ *       UINT32 rompatch count
++ *       UINT32 rompatch IDs[rompatch count]
++ *     }
++ * uses: BMI_ROMPATCH_DEACTIVATE
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_APPIE             65
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *      struct {
++ *          UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_APPIE)
++ *          UINT32  app_frmtype;
++ *          UINT32  app_buflen;
++ *          UINT8   app_buf[];
++ *      }
++ */
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_MGMT_FRM_RX_FILTER    66
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *      A_UINT32 filter_type;
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_DBGLOG_CFG_MODULE             67
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_DBGLOG_GET_DEBUG_LOGS         68
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_WSC_STATUS    		70
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *      A_UINT32 wsc_status;
++ *            (WSC_REG_INACTIVE or WSC_REG_ACTIVE)
++ */
++
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *      struct {
++ *          A_UINT8 streamType;
++ *          A_UINT8 status;
++ *      }
++ * uses: WMI_SET_BT_STATUS_CMDID
++ */
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_BT_STATUS             71
++
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *      struct {
++ *           A_UINT8 paramType;
++ *           union {
++ *               A_UINT8 noSCOPkts;
++ *               BT_PARAMS_A2DP a2dpParams;
++ *               BT_COEX_REGS regs;
++ *           };
++ *      }
++ * uses: WMI_SET_BT_PARAM_CMDID
++ */
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_BT_PARAMS             72
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_HOST_SLEEP_MODE       73
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_WOW_MODE              74
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_WOW_LIST              75
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_ADD_WOW_PATTERN           76
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_DEL_WOW_PATTERN           77
++
++
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_TARGET_INFO                   78
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *   UINT32 cmd (AR6000_XIOCTL_TARGET_INFO)
++ *   A_UINT32 TargetVersion (returned)
++ *   A_UINT32 TargetType    (returned)
++ * (See also bmi_msg.h target_ver and target_type)
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_DUMP_HTC_CREDIT_STATE         79
++/*
++ * arguments:
++ *      none
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_TRAFFIC_ACTIVITY_CHANGE       80
++/*
++ * This ioctl is used to emulate traffic activity
++ * timeouts.  Activity/inactivity will trigger the driver
++ * to re-balance credits.
++ *
++ * arguments:
++ *      ar6000_traffic_activity_change
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_CONNECT_CTRL_FLAGS    81
++/*
++ * This ioctl is used to set the connect control flags
++ *
++ * arguments:
++ *      A_UINT32 connectCtrlFlags
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS              82
++/*
++ * This IOCTL sets any Authentication,Key Management and Protection
++ * related parameters. This is used along with the information set in
++ * Connect Command.
++ * Currently this enables Multiple PMKIDs to an AP.
++ *
++ * arguments:
++ *      struct {
++ *          A_UINT32    akmpInfo;
++ *      }
++ * uses: WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS_CMD
++ */
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_PMKID_LIST            83
++
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_PMKID_LIST            84
++/*
++ * This IOCTL is used to set a list of PMKIDs. This list of
++ * PMKIDs is used in the [Re]AssocReq Frame. This list is used
++ * only if the MultiPMKID option is enabled via the
++ * AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS  IOCTL.
++ *
++ * arguments:
++ *      struct {
++ *          A_UINT32    numPMKID;
++ *          WMI_PMKID   pmkidList[WMI_MAX_PMKID_CACHE];
++ *      }
++ * uses: WMI_SET_PMKIDLIST_CMD
++ */
++
++/* Historical DSETPATCH support for INI patches */
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_UNUSED90                      90
++
++
++
++/* used by AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_GETREV */
++struct ar6000_version {
++    A_UINT32        host_ver;
++    A_UINT32        target_ver;
++};
++
++/* used by AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_GET_QOS_QUEUE */
++struct ar6000_queuereq {
++    A_UINT8         trafficClass;
++    A_UINT16        activeTsids;
++};
++
++/* used by AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_GET_TARGET_STATS */
++typedef struct targetStats_t {
++    A_UINT64    tx_packets;
++    A_UINT64    tx_bytes;
++    A_UINT64    tx_unicast_pkts;
++    A_UINT64    tx_unicast_bytes;
++    A_UINT64    tx_multicast_pkts;
++    A_UINT64    tx_multicast_bytes;
++    A_UINT64    tx_broadcast_pkts;
++    A_UINT64    tx_broadcast_bytes;
++    A_UINT64    tx_rts_success_cnt;
++    A_UINT64    tx_packet_per_ac[4];
++
++    A_UINT64    tx_errors;
++    A_UINT64    tx_failed_cnt;
++    A_UINT64    tx_retry_cnt;
++    A_UINT64    tx_rts_fail_cnt;
++    A_INT32     tx_unicast_rate;
++    A_UINT64    rx_packets;
++    A_UINT64    rx_bytes;
++    A_UINT64    rx_unicast_pkts;
++    A_UINT64    rx_unicast_bytes;
++    A_UINT64    rx_multicast_pkts;
++    A_UINT64    rx_multicast_bytes;
++    A_UINT64    rx_broadcast_pkts;
++    A_UINT64    rx_broadcast_bytes;
++    A_UINT64    rx_fragment_pkt;
++
++    A_UINT64    rx_errors;
++    A_UINT64    rx_crcerr;
++    A_UINT64    rx_key_cache_miss;
++    A_UINT64    rx_decrypt_err;
++    A_UINT64    rx_duplicate_frames;
++    A_INT32     rx_unicast_rate;
++
++    A_UINT64    tkip_local_mic_failure;
++    A_UINT64    tkip_counter_measures_invoked;
++    A_UINT64    tkip_replays;
++    A_UINT64    tkip_format_errors;
++    A_UINT64    ccmp_format_errors;
++    A_UINT64    ccmp_replays;
++
++    A_UINT64    power_save_failure_cnt;
++    A_INT16     noise_floor_calibation;
++
++    A_UINT64    cs_bmiss_cnt;
++    A_UINT64    cs_lowRssi_cnt;
++    A_UINT64    cs_connect_cnt;
++    A_UINT64    cs_disconnect_cnt;
++    A_UINT8     cs_aveBeacon_snr;
++    A_INT16     cs_aveBeacon_rssi;
++    A_UINT8     cs_lastRoam_msec;
++    A_UINT8     cs_snr;
++    A_INT16     cs_rssi;
++
++    A_UINT32    lq_val;
++
++    A_UINT32    wow_num_pkts_dropped;
++    A_UINT8     wow_num_host_pkt_wakeups;
++    A_UINT8     wow_num_host_event_wakeups;
++    A_UINT16    wow_num_events_discarded;
++
++}TARGET_STATS;
++
++typedef struct targetStats_cmd_t {
++    TARGET_STATS targetStats;
++    int clearStats;
++} TARGET_STATS_CMD;
++
++/* used by AR6000_XIOCTL_USER_SETKEYS */
++
++/*
++ * Setting this bit to 1 doesnot initialize the RSC on the firmware
++ */
++#define AR6000_XIOCTL_USER_SETKEYS_RSC_CTRL    1
++#define AR6000_USER_SETKEYS_RSC_UNCHANGED     0x00000002
++
++typedef struct {
++    A_UINT32  keyOpCtrl;  /* Bit Map of Key Mgmt Ctrl Flags */
++} AR6000_USER_SETKEYS_INFO;
++
++
++/* used by AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_OUTPUT_SET */
++struct ar6000_gpio_output_set_cmd_s {
++    A_UINT32 set_mask;
++    A_UINT32 clear_mask;
++    A_UINT32 enable_mask;
++    A_UINT32 disable_mask;
++};
++
++/*
++ * used by AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_REGISTER_GET and AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_REGISTER_SET
++ */
++struct ar6000_gpio_register_cmd_s {
++    A_UINT32 gpioreg_id;
++    A_UINT32 value;
++};
++
++/* used by AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_INTR_ACK */
++struct ar6000_gpio_intr_ack_cmd_s {
++    A_UINT32 ack_mask;
++};
++
++/* used by AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_INTR_WAIT */
++struct ar6000_gpio_intr_wait_cmd_s {
++    A_UINT32 intr_mask;
++    A_UINT32 input_values;
++};
++
++/* used by the AR6000_XIOCTL_DBGLOG_CFG_MODULE */
++typedef struct ar6000_dbglog_module_config_s {
++    A_UINT32 valid;
++    A_UINT16 mmask;
++    A_UINT16 tsr;
++    A_BOOL   rep;
++    A_UINT16 size;
++} DBGLOG_MODULE_CONFIG;
++
++typedef struct user_rssi_thold_t {
++    A_INT16     tag;
++    A_INT16     rssi;
++} USER_RSSI_THOLD;
++
++typedef struct user_rssi_params_t {
++    A_UINT8            weight;
++    A_UINT32           pollTime;
++    USER_RSSI_THOLD    tholds[12];
++} USER_RSSI_PARAMS;
++
++/*
++ * Host driver may have some config parameters. Typically, these
++ * config params are one time config parameters. These could
++ * correspond to any of the underlying modules. Host driver exposes
++ * an api for the underlying modules to get this config.
++ */
++#define AR6000_DRIVER_CFG_BASE                  0x8000
++
++/* Should driver perform wlan node caching? */
++#define AR6000_DRIVER_CFG_GET_WLANNODECACHING   0x8001
++/*Should we log raw WMI msgs */
++#define AR6000_DRIVER_CFG_LOG_RAW_WMI_MSGS      0x8002
++
++/* used by AR6000_XIOCTL_DIAG_READ & AR6000_XIOCTL_DIAG_WRITE */
++struct ar6000_diag_window_cmd_s {
++    unsigned int addr;
++    unsigned int value;
++};
++
++
++struct ar6000_traffic_activity_change {
++    A_UINT32    StreamID;   /* stream ID to indicate activity change */
++    A_UINT32    Active;     /* active (1) or inactive (0) */
++};
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++#endif
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/athtypes_linux.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/athtypes_linux.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,47 @@
++/*
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/os/linux/include/athtypes_linux.h#1 $
++ *
++ * This file contains the definitions of the basic atheros data types.
++ * It is used to map the data types in atheros files to a platform specific
++ * type.
++ *
++ * Copyright 2003-2005 Atheros Communications, Inc.,  All Rights Reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _ATHTYPES_LINUX_H_
++#define _ATHTYPES_LINUX_H_
++
++#ifdef __KERNEL__
++#include <linux/types.h>
++#endif
++
++typedef int8_t      A_INT8;
++typedef int16_t     A_INT16;
++typedef int32_t     A_INT32;
++typedef int64_t     A_INT64;
++
++typedef u_int8_t     A_UINT8;
++typedef u_int16_t    A_UINT16;
++typedef u_int32_t    A_UINT32;
++typedef u_int64_t    A_UINT64;
++
++typedef int             A_BOOL;
++typedef char            A_CHAR;
++typedef unsigned char   A_UCHAR;
++typedef unsigned long   A_ATH_TIMER;
++
++
++#endif /* _ATHTYPES_LINUX_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/config_linux.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/config_linux.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,44 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _CONFIG_LINUX_H_
++#define _CONFIG_LINUX_H_
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++/*
++ * Host-side GPIO support is optional.
++ * If run-time access to GPIO pins is not required, then
++ * this should be changed to #undef.
++ */
++#define CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT
++
++/*
++ * Host side Test Command support
++ */
++#define CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++
++#define USE_4BYTE_REGISTER_ACCESS
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/debug_linux.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/debug_linux.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,86 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _DEBUG_LINUX_H_
++#define _DEBUG_LINUX_H_
++
++#define DBG_DEFAULTS	(DBG_ERROR|DBG_WARNING)
++
++extern A_UINT32 g_dbg_flags;
++
++#define DBGFMT  "%s() : "
++#define DBGARG  __func__
++#define DBGFN	A_PRINTF
++
++/* ------- Debug related stuff ------- */
++enum {
++    ATH_DEBUG_SEND = 0x0001,
++    ATH_DEBUG_RECV = 0x0002,
++    ATH_DEBUG_SYNC = 0x0004,
++    ATH_DEBUG_DUMP = 0x0008,
++    ATH_DEBUG_IRQ  = 0x0010,
++    ATH_DEBUG_TRC  = 0x0020,
++    ATH_DEBUG_WARN = 0x0040,
++    ATH_DEBUG_ERR  = 0x0080,
++    ATH_LOG_INF	   = 0x0100,
++    ATH_DEBUG_BMI  = 0x0110,
++    ATH_DEBUG_WMI  = 0x0120,
++    ATH_DEBUG_HIF  = 0x0140,
++    ATH_DEBUG_HTC  = 0x0180,
++    ATH_DEBUG_WLAN = 0x1000,
++    ATH_LOG_ERR	   = 0x1010,
++    ATH_DEBUG_ANY  = 0xFFFF,
++};
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++
++#define A_DPRINTF(f, a) \
++	if(g_dbg_flags & (f)) \
++	{	\
++		DBGFN a ; \
++	}
++
++
++// TODO FIX usage of A_PRINTF!
++#define AR_DEBUG_LVL_CHECK(lvl) (debughtc & (lvl))
++#define AR_DEBUG_PRINTBUF(buffer, length, desc) do {   \
++    if (debughtc & ATH_DEBUG_DUMP) {             \
++        DebugDumpBytes(buffer, length,desc);               \
++    }                                            \
++} while(0)
++#define PRINTX_ARG(arg...) arg
++#define AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(flags, args) do {        \
++    if (debughtc & (flags)) {                    \
++        A_PRINTF(KERN_ALERT PRINTX_ARG args);    \
++    }                                            \
++} while (0)
++#define AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(test) do {               \
++    if (!(test)) {                               \
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Debug Assert Caught, File %s, Line: %d, Test:%s \n",__FILE__, __LINE__,#test));         \
++    }                                            \
++} while(0)
++extern int debughtc;
++#else
++#define AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(flags, args)
++#define AR_DEBUG_PRINTBUF(buffer, length)
++#define AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(test)
++#define AR_DEBUG_LVL_CHECK(lvl) 0
++#define A_DPRINTF(f, a)
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _DEBUG_LINUX_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ioctl.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/ioctl.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,2571 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "ar6000_drv.h"
++
++static A_UINT8 bcast_mac[] = {0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff};
++static A_UINT8 null_mac[] = {0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0};
++extern USER_RSSI_THOLD rssi_map[12];
++extern unsigned int wmitimeout;
++extern A_WAITQUEUE_HEAD arEvent;
++extern int tspecCompliance;
++extern int bmienable;
++extern int bypasswmi;
++#ifdef __ATH_CENTRAL_IOCTL_DISPATCHER___
++extern int allow_trace_signal;
++extern void ath_external_trigger(int val);
++#endif
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_get_roam_tbl(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if(wmi_get_roam_tbl_cmd(ar->arWmi) != A_OK) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_get_roam_data(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++
++    /* currently assume only roam times are required */
++    if(wmi_get_roam_data_cmd(ar->arWmi, ROAM_DATA_TIME) != A_OK) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_set_roam_ctrl(struct net_device *dev, char *userdata)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_SET_ROAM_CTRL_CMD cmd;
++    A_UINT8 size = sizeof(cmd);
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, userdata, size)) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (cmd.roamCtrlType == WMI_SET_HOST_BIAS) {
++        if (cmd.info.bssBiasInfo.numBss > 1) {
++            size += (cmd.info.bssBiasInfo.numBss - 1) * sizeof(WMI_BSS_BIAS);
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, userdata, size)) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if(wmi_set_roam_ctrl_cmd(ar->arWmi, &cmd, size) != A_OK) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_set_powersave_timers(struct net_device *dev, char *userdata)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_POWERSAVE_TIMERS_POLICY_CMD cmd;
++    A_UINT8 size = sizeof(cmd);
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, userdata, size)) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, userdata, size)) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if(wmi_set_powersave_timers_cmd(ar->arWmi, &cmd, size) != A_OK) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_set_wmm(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_SET_WMM_CMD cmd;
++    A_STATUS ret;
++
++    if ((dev->flags & IFF_UP) != IFF_UP) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, (char *)((unsigned int*)rq->ifr_data + 1),
++                                sizeof(cmd)))
++    {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (cmd.status == WMI_WMM_ENABLED) {
++        ar->arWmmEnabled = TRUE;
++    } else {
++        ar->arWmmEnabled = FALSE;
++    }
++
++    ret = wmi_set_wmm_cmd(ar->arWmi, cmd.status);
++
++    switch (ret) {
++        case A_OK:
++            return 0;
++        case A_EBUSY :
++            return -EBUSY;
++        case A_NO_MEMORY:
++            return -ENOMEM;
++        case A_EINVAL:
++        default:
++            return -EFAULT;
++    }
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_set_txop(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_SET_WMM_TXOP_CMD cmd;
++    A_STATUS ret;
++
++    if ((dev->flags & IFF_UP) != IFF_UP) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, (char *)((unsigned int*)rq->ifr_data + 1),
++                                sizeof(cmd)))
++    {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    ret = wmi_set_wmm_txop(ar->arWmi, cmd.txopEnable);
++
++    switch (ret) {
++        case A_OK:
++            return 0;
++        case A_EBUSY :
++            return -EBUSY;
++        case A_NO_MEMORY:
++            return -ENOMEM;
++        case A_EINVAL:
++        default:
++            return -EFAULT;
++    }
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_get_rd(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    A_STATUS ret = 0;
++
++    if ((dev->flags & IFF_UP) != IFF_UP || ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if(copy_to_user((char *)((unsigned int*)rq->ifr_data + 1),
++                            &ar->arRegCode, sizeof(ar->arRegCode)))
++        ret = -EFAULT;
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++
++/* Get power mode command */
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_get_power_mode(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_POWER_MODE_CMD power_mode;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    power_mode.powerMode = wmi_get_power_mode_cmd(ar->arWmi);
++    if (copy_to_user(rq->ifr_data, &power_mode, sizeof(WMI_POWER_MODE_CMD))) {
++        ret = -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_set_channelParams(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_CHANNEL_PARAMS_CMD cmd, *cmdp;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, rq->ifr_data, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (cmd.numChannels > 1) {
++        cmdp = A_MALLOC(130);
++        if (copy_from_user(cmdp, rq->ifr_data,
++                           sizeof (*cmdp) +
++                           ((cmd.numChannels - 1) * sizeof(A_UINT16))))
++        {
++            kfree(cmdp);
++            return -EFAULT;
++        }
++    } else {
++        cmdp = &cmd;
++    }
++
++    if ((ar->arPhyCapability == WMI_11G_CAPABILITY) &&
++        ((cmdp->phyMode == WMI_11A_MODE) || (cmdp->phyMode == WMI_11AG_MODE)))
++    {
++        ret = -EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    if (!ret &&
++        (wmi_set_channelParams_cmd(ar->arWmi, cmdp->scanParam, cmdp->phyMode,
++                                   cmdp->numChannels, cmdp->channelList)
++         != A_OK))
++    {
++        ret = -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (cmd.numChannels > 1) {
++        kfree(cmdp);
++    }
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_set_snr_threshold(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD cmd;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, rq->ifr_data, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if( wmi_set_snr_threshold_params(ar->arWmi, &cmd) != A_OK ) {
++        ret = -EIO;
++    }
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_set_rssi_threshold(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++#define SWAP_THOLD(thold1, thold2) do { \
++    USER_RSSI_THOLD tmpThold;           \
++    tmpThold.tag = thold1.tag;          \
++    tmpThold.rssi = thold1.rssi;        \
++    thold1.tag = thold2.tag;            \
++    thold1.rssi = thold2.rssi;          \
++    thold2.tag = tmpThold.tag;          \
++    thold2.rssi = tmpThold.rssi;        \
++} while (0)
++
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD cmd;
++    USER_RSSI_PARAMS rssiParams;
++    A_INT32 i, j;
++
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user((char *)&rssiParams, (char *)((unsigned int *)rq->ifr_data + 1), sizeof(USER_RSSI_PARAMS))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++    cmd.weight = rssiParams.weight;
++    cmd.pollTime = rssiParams.pollTime;
++
++    A_MEMCPY(rssi_map, &rssiParams.tholds, sizeof(rssi_map));
++    /*
++     *  only 6 elements, so use bubble sorting, in ascending order
++     */
++    for (i = 5; i > 0; i--) {
++        for (j = 0; j < i; j++) { /* above tholds */
++            if (rssi_map[j+1].rssi < rssi_map[j].rssi) {
++                SWAP_THOLD(rssi_map[j+1], rssi_map[j]);
++            } else if (rssi_map[j+1].rssi == rssi_map[j].rssi) {
++                return EFAULT;
++            }
++        }
++    }
++    for (i = 11; i > 6; i--) {
++        for (j = 6; j < i; j++) { /* below tholds */
++            if (rssi_map[j+1].rssi < rssi_map[j].rssi) {
++                SWAP_THOLD(rssi_map[j+1], rssi_map[j]);
++            } else if (rssi_map[j+1].rssi == rssi_map[j].rssi) {
++                return EFAULT;
++            }
++        }
++    }
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++    for (i = 0; i < 12; i++) {
++        AR_DEBUG2_PRINTF("thold[%d].tag: %d, thold[%d].rssi: %d \n",
++                i, rssi_map[i].tag, i, rssi_map[i].rssi);
++    }
++#endif
++    cmd.thresholdAbove1_Val = rssi_map[0].rssi;
++    cmd.thresholdAbove2_Val = rssi_map[1].rssi;
++    cmd.thresholdAbove3_Val = rssi_map[2].rssi;
++    cmd.thresholdAbove4_Val = rssi_map[3].rssi;
++    cmd.thresholdAbove5_Val = rssi_map[4].rssi;
++    cmd.thresholdAbove6_Val = rssi_map[5].rssi;
++    cmd.thresholdBelow1_Val = rssi_map[6].rssi;
++    cmd.thresholdBelow2_Val = rssi_map[7].rssi;
++    cmd.thresholdBelow3_Val = rssi_map[8].rssi;
++    cmd.thresholdBelow4_Val = rssi_map[9].rssi;
++    cmd.thresholdBelow5_Val = rssi_map[10].rssi;
++    cmd.thresholdBelow6_Val = rssi_map[11].rssi;
++
++    if( wmi_set_rssi_threshold_params(ar->arWmi, &cmd) != A_OK ) {
++        ret = -EIO;
++    }
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_set_lq_threshold(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD cmd;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, (char *)((unsigned int *)rq->ifr_data + 1), sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if( wmi_set_lq_threshold_params(ar->arWmi, &cmd) != A_OK ) {
++        ret = -EIO;
++    }
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_set_probedSsid(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_PROBED_SSID_CMD cmd;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, rq->ifr_data, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (wmi_probedSsid_cmd(ar->arWmi, cmd.entryIndex, cmd.flag, cmd.ssidLength,
++                                  cmd.ssid) != A_OK)
++    {
++        ret = -EIO;
++    }
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_set_badAp(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_ADD_BAD_AP_CMD cmd;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, rq->ifr_data, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (cmd.badApIndex > WMI_MAX_BAD_AP_INDEX) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (A_MEMCMP(cmd.bssid, null_mac, AR6000_ETH_ADDR_LEN) == 0) {
++        /*
++         * This is a delete badAP.
++         */
++        if (wmi_deleteBadAp_cmd(ar->arWmi, cmd.badApIndex) != A_OK) {
++            ret = -EIO;
++        }
++    } else {
++        if (wmi_addBadAp_cmd(ar->arWmi, cmd.badApIndex, cmd.bssid) != A_OK) {
++            ret = -EIO;
++        }
++    }
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_create_qos(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMD cmd;
++    A_STATUS ret;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, rq->ifr_data, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    ret = wmi_verify_tspec_params(&cmd, tspecCompliance);
++    if (ret == A_OK)
++        ret = wmi_create_pstream_cmd(ar->arWmi, &cmd);
++
++    switch (ret) {
++        case A_OK:
++            return 0;
++        case A_EBUSY :
++            return -EBUSY;
++        case A_NO_MEMORY:
++            return -ENOMEM;
++        case A_EINVAL:
++        default:
++            return -EFAULT;
++    }
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_delete_qos(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_DELETE_PSTREAM_CMD cmd;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, rq->ifr_data, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    ret = wmi_delete_pstream_cmd(ar->arWmi, cmd.trafficClass, cmd.tsid);
++
++    switch (ret) {
++        case A_OK:
++            return 0;
++        case A_EBUSY :
++            return -EBUSY;
++        case A_NO_MEMORY:
++            return -ENOMEM;
++        case A_EINVAL:
++        default:
++            return -EFAULT;
++    }
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_get_qos_queue(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    struct ar6000_queuereq qreq;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if( copy_from_user(&qreq, rq->ifr_data,
++                  sizeof(struct ar6000_queuereq)))
++        return -EFAULT;
++
++    qreq.activeTsids = wmi_get_mapped_qos_queue(ar->arWmi, qreq.trafficClass);
++
++    if (copy_to_user(rq->ifr_data, &qreq,
++                 sizeof(struct ar6000_queuereq)))
++    {
++        ret = -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++static A_STATUS
++ar6000_ioctl_tcmd_get_rx_report(struct net_device *dev,
++                                 struct ifreq *rq, A_UINT8 *data, A_UINT32 len)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    A_UINT32    buf[2];
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++        return -ERESTARTSYS;
++    }
++    ar->tcmdRxReport = 0;
++    if (wmi_test_cmd(ar->arWmi, data, len) != A_OK) {
++        up(&ar->arSem);
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    wait_event_interruptible_timeout(arEvent, ar->tcmdRxReport != 0, wmitimeout * HZ);
++
++    if (signal_pending(current)) {
++        ret = -EINTR;
++    }
++
++    buf[0] = ar->tcmdRxTotalPkt;
++    buf[1] = ar->tcmdRxRssi;
++    if (!ret && copy_to_user(rq->ifr_data, buf, sizeof(buf))) {
++        ret = -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    up(&ar->arSem);
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++void
++ar6000_tcmd_rx_report_event(void *devt, A_UINT8 * results, int len)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)devt;
++    TCMD_CONT_RX * rx_rep = (TCMD_CONT_RX *)results;
++
++    ar->tcmdRxTotalPkt = rx_rep->u.report.totalPkt;
++    ar->tcmdRxRssi = rx_rep->u.report.rssiInDBm;
++    ar->tcmdRxReport = 1;
++
++    wake_up(&arEvent);
++}
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT*/
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_set_error_report_bitmask(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_BITMASK cmd;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, rq->ifr_data, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    ret = wmi_set_error_report_bitmask(ar->arWmi, cmd.bitmask);
++
++    return  (ret==0 ? ret : -EINVAL);
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_clear_target_stats(struct net_device *dev)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    TARGET_STATS *pStats = &ar->arTargetStats;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++       return -EIO;
++    }
++    AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++    A_MEMZERO(pStats, sizeof(TARGET_STATS));
++    AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++    return ret;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_get_target_stats(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    TARGET_STATS_CMD cmd;
++    TARGET_STATS *pStats = &ar->arTargetStats;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, rq->ifr_data, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++    if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++        return -ERESTARTSYS;
++    }
++
++    ar->statsUpdatePending = TRUE;
++
++    if(wmi_get_stats_cmd(ar->arWmi) != A_OK) {
++        up(&ar->arSem);
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    wait_event_interruptible_timeout(arEvent, ar->statsUpdatePending == FALSE, wmitimeout * HZ);
++
++    if (signal_pending(current)) {
++        ret = -EINTR;
++    }
++
++    if (!ret && copy_to_user(rq->ifr_data, pStats, sizeof(*pStats))) {
++        ret = -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (cmd.clearStats == 1) {
++        ret = ar6000_clear_target_stats(dev);
++    }
++
++    up(&ar->arSem);
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_set_access_params(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_SET_ACCESS_PARAMS_CMD cmd;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, rq->ifr_data, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (wmi_set_access_params_cmd(ar->arWmi, cmd.txop, cmd.eCWmin, cmd.eCWmax,
++                                  cmd.aifsn) == A_OK)
++    {
++        ret = 0;
++    } else {
++        ret = -EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    return (ret);
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_set_disconnect_timeout(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_DISC_TIMEOUT_CMD cmd;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, rq->ifr_data, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (wmi_disctimeout_cmd(ar->arWmi, cmd.disconnectTimeout) == A_OK)
++    {
++        ret = 0;
++    } else {
++        ret = -EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    return (ret);
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_xioctl_set_voice_pkt_size(struct net_device *dev, char * userdata)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_SET_VOICE_PKT_SIZE_CMD cmd;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, userdata, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (wmi_set_voice_pkt_size_cmd(ar->arWmi, cmd.voicePktSize) == A_OK)
++    {
++        ret = 0;
++    } else {
++        ret = -EINVAL;
++    }
++
++
++    return (ret);
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_xioctl_set_max_sp_len(struct net_device *dev, char * userdata)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_SET_MAX_SP_LEN_CMD cmd;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, userdata, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (wmi_set_max_sp_len_cmd(ar->arWmi, cmd.maxSPLen) == A_OK)
++    {
++        ret = 0;
++    } else {
++        ret = -EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    return (ret);
++}
++
++
++static int
++ar6000_xioctl_set_bt_status_cmd(struct net_device *dev, char * userdata)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_SET_BT_STATUS_CMD cmd;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, userdata, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (wmi_set_bt_status_cmd(ar->arWmi, cmd.streamType, cmd.status) == A_OK)
++    {
++        ret = 0;
++    } else {
++        ret = -EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    return (ret);
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_xioctl_set_bt_params_cmd(struct net_device *dev, char * userdata)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    WMI_SET_BT_PARAMS_CMD cmd;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (copy_from_user(&cmd, userdata, sizeof(cmd))) {
++        return -EFAULT;
++    }
++
++    if (wmi_set_bt_params_cmd(ar->arWmi, &cmd) == A_OK)
++    {
++        ret = 0;
++    } else {
++        ret = -EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    return (ret);
++}
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT
++struct ar6000_gpio_intr_wait_cmd_s  gpio_intr_results;
++/* gpio_reg_results and gpio_data_available are protected by arSem */
++static struct ar6000_gpio_register_cmd_s gpio_reg_results;
++static A_BOOL gpio_data_available; /* Requested GPIO data available */
++static A_BOOL gpio_intr_available; /* GPIO interrupt info available */
++static A_BOOL gpio_ack_received;   /* GPIO ack was received */
++
++/* Host-side initialization for General Purpose I/O support */
++void ar6000_gpio_init(void)
++{
++    gpio_intr_available = FALSE;
++    gpio_data_available = FALSE;
++    gpio_ack_received   = FALSE;
++}
++
++/*
++ * Called when a GPIO interrupt is received from the Target.
++ * intr_values shows which GPIO pins have interrupted.
++ * input_values shows a recent value of GPIO pins.
++ */
++void
++ar6000_gpio_intr_rx(A_UINT32 intr_mask, A_UINT32 input_values)
++{
++    gpio_intr_results.intr_mask = intr_mask;
++    gpio_intr_results.input_values = input_values;
++    *((volatile A_BOOL *)&gpio_intr_available) = TRUE;
++    wake_up(&arEvent);
++}
++
++/*
++ * This is called when a response is received from the Target
++ * for a previous or ar6000_gpio_input_get or ar6000_gpio_register_get
++ * call.
++ */
++void
++ar6000_gpio_data_rx(A_UINT32 reg_id, A_UINT32 value)
++{
++    gpio_reg_results.gpioreg_id = reg_id;
++    gpio_reg_results.value = value;
++    *((volatile A_BOOL *)&gpio_data_available) = TRUE;
++    wake_up(&arEvent);
++}
++
++/*
++ * This is called when an acknowledgement is received from the Target
++ * for a previous or ar6000_gpio_output_set or ar6000_gpio_register_set
++ * call.
++ */
++void
++ar6000_gpio_ack_rx(void)
++{
++    gpio_ack_received = TRUE;
++    wake_up(&arEvent);
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++ar6000_gpio_output_set(struct net_device *dev,
++                       A_UINT32 set_mask,
++                       A_UINT32 clear_mask,
++                       A_UINT32 enable_mask,
++                       A_UINT32 disable_mask)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    gpio_ack_received = FALSE;
++    return wmi_gpio_output_set(ar->arWmi,
++                set_mask, clear_mask, enable_mask, disable_mask);
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++ar6000_gpio_input_get(struct net_device *dev)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    *((volatile A_BOOL *)&gpio_data_available) = FALSE;
++    return wmi_gpio_input_get(ar->arWmi);
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++ar6000_gpio_register_set(struct net_device *dev,
++                         A_UINT32 gpioreg_id,
++                         A_UINT32 value)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    gpio_ack_received = FALSE;
++    return wmi_gpio_register_set(ar->arWmi, gpioreg_id, value);
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++ar6000_gpio_register_get(struct net_device *dev,
++                         A_UINT32 gpioreg_id)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    *((volatile A_BOOL *)&gpio_data_available) = FALSE;
++    return wmi_gpio_register_get(ar->arWmi, gpioreg_id);
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++ar6000_gpio_intr_ack(struct net_device *dev,
++                     A_UINT32 ack_mask)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    gpio_intr_available = FALSE;
++    return wmi_gpio_intr_ack(ar->arWmi, ack_mask);
++}
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT */
++
++/* This would basically hold all the private ioctls that are not related to
++   WLAN operation */
++#ifdef __ATH_CENTRAL_IOCTL_DISPATCHER___
++int ar6000_ioctl_dispatcher(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq, int cmd)
++{
++    int ret;
++
++    /* We need to find out what IOCTL is this.
++     * This is non-prive IOCTL, which is called by
++     * kernel, every second. This will mess up and confuse
++     * the scope instrumentation(for time calculation)
++     */
++    if(cmd == 35142)
++        return -EOPNOTSUPP;
++
++    ath_external_trigger(1);
++    ret = ar6000_ioctl(dev, rq,cmd);
++    /* Some calls are way too fast. Add a fixed delay
++     * to all by 5ms. This will be clear on scope
++     */
++    if (allow_trace_signal) {
++        /* Add some (fixed) delay for scope viewing */
++        mdelay(5);
++    }
++    ath_external_trigger(0);
++    return ret;
++}
++#endif /* __ATH_CENTRAL_IOCTL_DISPATCHER___ */
++
++int ar6000_ioctl(struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq, int cmd)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice = ar->arHifDevice;
++    int ret, param, param2;
++    unsigned int address = 0;
++    unsigned int length = 0;
++    unsigned char *buffer;
++    char *userdata;
++    A_UINT32 connectCtrlFlags;
++
++
++    static WMI_SCAN_PARAMS_CMD scParams = {0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
++                                           WMI_SHORTSCANRATIO_DEFAULT,
++                                           DEFAULT_SCAN_CTRL_FLAGS,
++                                           0};
++    WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS_CMD  akmpParams;
++    WMI_SET_PMKID_LIST_CMD   pmkidInfo;
++
++    if (cmd == AR6000_IOCTL_EXTENDED)
++    {
++        /*
++         * This allows for many more wireless ioctls than would otherwise
++         * be available.  Applications embed the actual ioctl command in
++         * the first word of the parameter block, and use the command
++         * AR6000_IOCTL_EXTENDED_CMD on the ioctl call.
++         */
++        get_user(cmd, (int *)rq->ifr_data);
++        userdata = (char *)(((unsigned int *)rq->ifr_data)+1);
++    }
++    else
++    {
++        userdata = (char *)rq->ifr_data;
++    }
++
++    if ((ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) &&
++        ((cmd != AR6000_XIOCTRL_WMI_SET_WLAN_STATE) &&
++         (cmd != AR6000_XIOCTL_DIAG_READ) &&
++         (cmd != AR6000_XIOCTL_DIAG_WRITE)))
++    {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    ret = 0;
++    switch(cmd)
++    {
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_TCMD_CONT_TX:
++            {
++                TCMD_CONT_TX txCmd;
++
++                if (ar->tcmdPm == TCMD_PM_SLEEP) {
++                    A_PRINTF("Can NOT send tx tcmd when target is asleep! \n");
++                    return -EFAULT;
++                }
++
++                if(copy_from_user(&txCmd, userdata, sizeof(TCMD_CONT_TX)))
++                    return -EFAULT;
++                wmi_test_cmd(ar->arWmi,(A_UINT8 *)&txCmd, sizeof(TCMD_CONT_TX));
++            }
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_TCMD_CONT_RX:
++            {
++                TCMD_CONT_RX rxCmd;
++
++                if (ar->tcmdPm == TCMD_PM_SLEEP) {
++                    A_PRINTF("Can NOT send rx tcmd when target is asleep! \n");
++                    return -EFAULT;
++                }
++                if(copy_from_user(&rxCmd, userdata, sizeof(TCMD_CONT_RX)))
++                    return -EFAULT;
++                switch(rxCmd.act)
++                {
++                    case TCMD_CONT_RX_PROMIS:
++                    case TCMD_CONT_RX_FILTER:
++                    case TCMD_CONT_RX_SETMAC:
++                         wmi_test_cmd(ar->arWmi,(A_UINT8 *)&rxCmd,
++                                                sizeof(TCMD_CONT_RX));
++                         break;
++                    case TCMD_CONT_RX_REPORT:
++                         ar6000_ioctl_tcmd_get_rx_report(dev, rq,
++                         (A_UINT8 *)&rxCmd, sizeof(TCMD_CONT_RX));
++                         break;
++                    default:
++                         A_PRINTF("Unknown Cont Rx mode: %d\n",rxCmd.act);
++                         return -EINVAL;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_TCMD_PM:
++            {
++                TCMD_PM pmCmd;
++
++                if(copy_from_user(&pmCmd, userdata, sizeof(TCMD_PM)))
++                    return -EFAULT;
++                ar->tcmdPm = pmCmd.mode;
++                wmi_test_cmd(ar->arWmi, (A_UINT8*)&pmCmd, sizeof(TCMD_PM));
++            }
++            break;
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT */
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_DONE:
++            if(bmienable)
++            {
++                ret = ar6000_init(dev);
++            }
++            else
++            {
++                ret = BMIDone(hifDevice);
++            }
++            break;
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_READ_MEMORY:
++            get_user(address, (unsigned int *)userdata);
++            get_user(length, (unsigned int *)userdata + 1);
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Read Memory (address: 0x%x, length: %d)\n",
++                             address, length);
++            if ((buffer = (unsigned char *)A_MALLOC(length)) != NULL) {
++                A_MEMZERO(buffer, length);
++                ret = BMIReadMemory(hifDevice, address, buffer, length);
++                if (copy_to_user(rq->ifr_data, buffer, length)) {
++                    ret = -EFAULT;
++                }
++                A_FREE(buffer);
++            } else {
++                ret = -ENOMEM;
++            }
++            break;
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_WRITE_MEMORY:
++            get_user(address, (unsigned int *)userdata);
++            get_user(length, (unsigned int *)userdata + 1);
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Write Memory (address: 0x%x, length: %d)\n",
++                             address, length);
++            if ((buffer = (unsigned char *)A_MALLOC(length)) != NULL) {
++                A_MEMZERO(buffer, length);
++                if (copy_from_user(buffer, &userdata[sizeof(address) +
++                                   sizeof(length)], length))
++                {
++                    ret = -EFAULT;
++                } else {
++                    ret = BMIWriteMemory(hifDevice, address, buffer, length);
++                }
++                A_FREE(buffer);
++            } else {
++                ret = -ENOMEM;
++            }
++            break;
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_TEST:
++           AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("No longer supported\n");
++           ret = -EOPNOTSUPP;
++           break;
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_EXECUTE:
++            get_user(address, (unsigned int *)userdata);
++            get_user(param, (unsigned int *)userdata + 1);
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Execute (address: 0x%x, param: %d)\n",
++                             address, param);
++            ret = BMIExecute(hifDevice, address, &param);
++            put_user(param, (unsigned int *)rq->ifr_data); /* return value */
++            break;
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_SET_APP_START:
++            get_user(address, (unsigned int *)userdata);
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Set App Start (address: 0x%x)\n", address);
++            ret = BMISetAppStart(hifDevice, address);
++            break;
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_READ_SOC_REGISTER:
++            get_user(address, (unsigned int *)userdata);
++            ret = BMIReadSOCRegister(hifDevice, address, &param);
++            put_user(param, (unsigned int *)rq->ifr_data); /* return value */
++            break;
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_WRITE_SOC_REGISTER:
++            get_user(address, (unsigned int *)userdata);
++            get_user(param, (unsigned int *)userdata + 1);
++            ret = BMIWriteSOCRegister(hifDevice, address, param);
++            break;
++
++#ifdef HTC_RAW_INTERFACE
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_HTC_RAW_OPEN:
++            ret = A_OK;
++            if (!arRawIfEnabled(ar)) {
++                /* make sure block size is set in case the target was reset since last
++                  * BMI phase (i.e. flashup downloads) */
++                ret = ar6000_SetHTCBlockSize(ar);
++                if (A_FAILED(ret)) {
++                    break;
++                }
++                /* Terminate the BMI phase */
++                ret = BMIDone(hifDevice);
++                if (ret == A_OK) {
++                    ret = ar6000_htc_raw_open(ar);
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_HTC_RAW_CLOSE:
++            if (arRawIfEnabled(ar)) {
++                ret = ar6000_htc_raw_close(ar);
++                arRawIfEnabled(ar) = FALSE;
++            } else {
++                ret = A_ERROR;
++            }
++            break;
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_HTC_RAW_READ:
++            if (arRawIfEnabled(ar)) {
++                unsigned int streamID;
++                get_user(streamID, (unsigned int *)userdata);
++                get_user(length, (unsigned int *)userdata + 1);
++                buffer = rq->ifr_data + sizeof(length);
++                ret = ar6000_htc_raw_read(ar, (HTC_RAW_STREAM_ID)streamID,
++                                          buffer, length);
++                put_user(ret, (unsigned int *)rq->ifr_data);
++            } else {
++                ret = A_ERROR;
++            }
++            break;
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_HTC_RAW_WRITE:
++            if (arRawIfEnabled(ar)) {
++                unsigned int streamID;
++                get_user(streamID, (unsigned int *)userdata);
++                get_user(length, (unsigned int *)userdata + 1);
++                buffer = userdata + sizeof(streamID) + sizeof(length);
++                ret = ar6000_htc_raw_write(ar, (HTC_RAW_STREAM_ID)streamID,
++                                           buffer, length);
++                put_user(ret, (unsigned int *)rq->ifr_data);
++            } else {
++                ret = A_ERROR;
++            }
++            break;
++#endif /* HTC_RAW_INTERFACE */
++
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_GETREV:
++        {
++            if (copy_to_user(rq->ifr_data, &ar->arVersion,
++                             sizeof(ar->arVersion)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SETPWR:
++        {
++            WMI_POWER_MODE_CMD pwrModeCmd;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&pwrModeCmd, userdata,
++                                   sizeof(pwrModeCmd)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_powermode_cmd(ar->arWmi, pwrModeCmd.powerMode)
++                       != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_IBSS_PM_CAPS:
++        {
++            WMI_IBSS_PM_CAPS_CMD ibssPmCaps;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&ibssPmCaps, userdata,
++                                   sizeof(ibssPmCaps)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_ibsspmcaps_cmd(ar->arWmi, ibssPmCaps.power_saving, ibssPmCaps.ttl,
++                    ibssPmCaps.atim_windows, ibssPmCaps.timeout_value) != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++                AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++                ar->arIbssPsEnable = ibssPmCaps.power_saving;
++                AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_PMPARAMS:
++        {
++            WMI_POWER_PARAMS_CMD pmParams;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&pmParams, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(pmParams)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_pmparams_cmd(ar->arWmi, pmParams.idle_period,
++                                     pmParams.pspoll_number,
++                                     pmParams.dtim_policy) != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SETSCAN:
++        {
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&scParams, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(scParams)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (CAN_SCAN_IN_CONNECT(scParams.scanCtrlFlags)) {
++                    ar->arSkipScan = FALSE;
++                } else {
++                    ar->arSkipScan = TRUE;
++                }
++
++                if (wmi_scanparams_cmd(ar->arWmi, scParams.fg_start_period,
++                                       scParams.fg_end_period,
++                                       scParams.bg_period,
++                                       scParams.minact_chdwell_time,
++                                       scParams.maxact_chdwell_time,
++                                       scParams.pas_chdwell_time,
++                                       scParams.shortScanRatio,
++                                       scParams.scanCtrlFlags,
++                                       scParams.max_dfsch_act_time) != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SETLISTENINT:
++        {
++            WMI_LISTEN_INT_CMD listenCmd;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&listenCmd, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(listenCmd)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                    if (wmi_listeninterval_cmd(ar->arWmi, listenCmd.listenInterval, listenCmd.numBeacons) != A_OK) {
++                        ret = -EIO;
++                    } else {
++                        AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++                        ar->arListenInterval = param;
++                        AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++                    }
++
++                }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_BMISS_TIME:
++        {
++            WMI_BMISS_TIME_CMD bmissCmd;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&bmissCmd, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(bmissCmd)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_bmisstime_cmd(ar->arWmi, bmissCmd.bmissTime, bmissCmd.numBeacons) != A_OK) {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SETBSSFILTER:
++        {
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else {
++                get_user(param, (unsigned char *)userdata);
++                get_user(param2, (unsigned int *)(userdata + 1));
++                if (wmi_bssfilter_cmd(ar->arWmi, param, param2) != A_OK) {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_SNRTHRESHOLD:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_set_snr_threshold(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_RSSITHRESHOLD:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_set_rssi_threshold(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_CLR_RSSISNR:
++        {
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            }
++            ret = wmi_clr_rssi_snr(ar->arWmi);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_LQTHRESHOLD:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_set_lq_threshold(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_LPREAMBLE:
++        {
++            WMI_SET_LPREAMBLE_CMD setLpreambleCmd;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&setLpreambleCmd, userdata,
++                                   sizeof(setLpreambleCmd)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_set_lpreamble_cmd(ar->arWmi, setLpreambleCmd.status)
++                       != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_RTS:
++        {
++            WMI_SET_RTS_CMD rtsCmd;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&rtsCmd, userdata,
++                                   sizeof(rtsCmd)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_set_rts_cmd(ar->arWmi, rtsCmd.threshold)
++                       != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_WMM:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_set_wmm(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_TXOP:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_set_txop(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_RD:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_get_rd(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_CHANNELPARAMS:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_set_channelParams(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_PROBEDSSID:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_set_probedSsid(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_BADAP:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_set_badAp(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_CREATE_QOS:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_create_qos(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_DELETE_QOS:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_delete_qos(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_GET_QOS_QUEUE:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_get_qos_queue(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_GET_TARGET_STATS:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_get_target_stats(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_ERROR_REPORT_BITMASK:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_set_error_report_bitmask(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_ASSOC_INFO:
++        {
++            WMI_SET_ASSOC_INFO_CMD cmd;
++            A_UINT8 assocInfo[WMI_MAX_ASSOC_INFO_LEN];
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else {
++                get_user(cmd.ieType, userdata);
++                if (cmd.ieType >= WMI_MAX_ASSOC_INFO_TYPE) {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                } else {
++                    get_user(cmd.bufferSize, userdata + 1);
++                    if (cmd.bufferSize > WMI_MAX_ASSOC_INFO_LEN) {
++                        ret = -EFAULT;
++                        break;
++                    }
++                    if (copy_from_user(assocInfo, userdata + 2,
++                                       cmd.bufferSize))
++                    {
++                        ret = -EFAULT;
++                    } else {
++                        if (wmi_associnfo_cmd(ar->arWmi, cmd.ieType,
++                                                 cmd.bufferSize,
++                                                 assocInfo) != A_OK)
++                        {
++                            ret = -EIO;
++                        }
++                    }
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_ACCESS_PARAMS:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_set_access_params(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_IOCTL_WMI_SET_DISC_TIMEOUT:
++        {
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_set_disconnect_timeout(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_FORCE_TARGET_RESET:
++        {
++            if (ar->arHtcTarget)
++            {
++//                HTCForceReset(htcTarget);
++            }
++            else
++            {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("ar6000_ioctl cannot attempt reset.\n");
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_TARGET_INFO:
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_CHECK_TARGET_READY: /* backwards compatibility */
++        {
++            /* If we made it to here, then the Target exists and is ready. */
++
++            if (cmd == AR6000_XIOCTL_TARGET_INFO) {
++                if (copy_to_user((A_UINT32 *)rq->ifr_data, &ar->arVersion.target_ver,
++                                 sizeof(ar->arVersion.target_ver)))
++                {
++                    ret = -EFAULT;
++                }
++                if (copy_to_user(((A_UINT32 *)rq->ifr_data)+1, &ar->arTargetType,
++                                 sizeof(ar->arTargetType)))
++                {
++                    ret = -EFAULT;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_PARAMS:
++        {
++            WMI_SET_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_PARAMS_CMD hbparam;
++
++            if (copy_from_user(&hbparam, userdata, sizeof(hbparam)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++                /* Start a cyclic timer with the parameters provided. */
++                if (hbparam.frequency) {
++                    ar->arHBChallengeResp.frequency = hbparam.frequency;
++                }
++                if (hbparam.threshold) {
++                    ar->arHBChallengeResp.missThres = hbparam.threshold;
++                }
++
++                /* Delete the pending timer and start a new one */
++                if (timer_pending(&ar->arHBChallengeResp.timer)) {
++                    A_UNTIMEOUT(&ar->arHBChallengeResp.timer);
++                }
++                A_TIMEOUT_MS(&ar->arHBChallengeResp.timer, ar->arHBChallengeResp.frequency * 1000, 0);
++                AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP:
++        {
++            A_UINT32 cookie;
++
++            if (copy_from_user(&cookie, userdata, sizeof(cookie))) {
++                return -EFAULT;
++            }
++
++            /* Send the challenge on the control channel */
++            if (wmi_get_challenge_resp_cmd(ar->arWmi, cookie, APP_HB_CHALLENGE) != A_OK) {
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++#ifdef USER_KEYS
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_USER_SETKEYS:
++        {
++
++            ar->user_savedkeys_stat = USER_SAVEDKEYS_STAT_RUN;
++
++            if (copy_from_user(&ar->user_key_ctrl, userdata,
++                               sizeof(ar->user_key_ctrl)))
++            {
++                return -EFAULT;
++            }
++
++            A_PRINTF("ar6000 USER set key %x\n", ar->user_key_ctrl);
++            break;
++        }
++#endif /* USER_KEYS */
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_OUTPUT_SET:
++        {
++            struct ar6000_gpio_output_set_cmd_s gpio_output_set_cmd;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++            if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++                return -ERESTARTSYS;
++            }
++
++            if (copy_from_user(&gpio_output_set_cmd, userdata,
++                                sizeof(gpio_output_set_cmd)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                ret = ar6000_gpio_output_set(dev,
++                                             gpio_output_set_cmd.set_mask,
++                                             gpio_output_set_cmd.clear_mask,
++                                             gpio_output_set_cmd.enable_mask,
++                                             gpio_output_set_cmd.disable_mask);
++                if (ret != A_OK) {
++                    ret = EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            up(&ar->arSem);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_INPUT_GET:
++        {
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++            if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++                return -ERESTARTSYS;
++            }
++
++            ret = ar6000_gpio_input_get(dev);
++            if (ret != A_OK) {
++                up(&ar->arSem);
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++
++            /* Wait for Target to respond. */
++            wait_event_interruptible(arEvent, gpio_data_available);
++            if (signal_pending(current)) {
++                ret = -EINTR;
++            } else {
++                A_ASSERT(gpio_reg_results.gpioreg_id == GPIO_ID_NONE);
++
++                if (copy_to_user(userdata, &gpio_reg_results.value,
++                                 sizeof(gpio_reg_results.value)))
++                {
++                    ret = -EFAULT;
++                }
++            }
++            up(&ar->arSem);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_REGISTER_SET:
++        {
++            struct ar6000_gpio_register_cmd_s gpio_register_cmd;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++            if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++                return -ERESTARTSYS;
++            }
++
++            if (copy_from_user(&gpio_register_cmd, userdata,
++                                sizeof(gpio_register_cmd)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                ret = ar6000_gpio_register_set(dev,
++                                               gpio_register_cmd.gpioreg_id,
++                                               gpio_register_cmd.value);
++                if (ret != A_OK) {
++                    ret = EIO;
++                }
++
++                /* Wait for acknowledgement from Target */
++                wait_event_interruptible(arEvent, gpio_ack_received);
++                if (signal_pending(current)) {
++                    ret = -EINTR;
++                }
++            }
++            up(&ar->arSem);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_REGISTER_GET:
++        {
++            struct ar6000_gpio_register_cmd_s gpio_register_cmd;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++            if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++                return -ERESTARTSYS;
++            }
++
++            if (copy_from_user(&gpio_register_cmd, userdata,
++                                sizeof(gpio_register_cmd)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                ret = ar6000_gpio_register_get(dev, gpio_register_cmd.gpioreg_id);
++                if (ret != A_OK) {
++                    up(&ar->arSem);
++                    return -EIO;
++                }
++
++                /* Wait for Target to respond. */
++                wait_event_interruptible(arEvent, gpio_data_available);
++                if (signal_pending(current)) {
++                    ret = -EINTR;
++                } else {
++                    A_ASSERT(gpio_register_cmd.gpioreg_id == gpio_reg_results.gpioreg_id);
++                    if (copy_to_user(userdata, &gpio_reg_results,
++                                     sizeof(gpio_reg_results)))
++                    {
++                        ret = -EFAULT;
++                    }
++                }
++            }
++            up(&ar->arSem);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_INTR_ACK:
++        {
++            struct ar6000_gpio_intr_ack_cmd_s gpio_intr_ack_cmd;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++            if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++                return -ERESTARTSYS;
++            }
++
++            if (copy_from_user(&gpio_intr_ack_cmd, userdata,
++                                sizeof(gpio_intr_ack_cmd)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                ret = ar6000_gpio_intr_ack(dev, gpio_intr_ack_cmd.ack_mask);
++                if (ret != A_OK) {
++                    ret = EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            up(&ar->arSem);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_GPIO_INTR_WAIT:
++        {
++            /* Wait for Target to report an interrupt. */
++            dev_hold(dev);
++            rtnl_unlock();
++            wait_event_interruptible(arEvent, gpio_intr_available);
++            rtnl_lock();
++            __dev_put(dev);
++
++            if (signal_pending(current)) {
++                ret = -EINTR;
++            } else {
++                if (copy_to_user(userdata, &gpio_intr_results,
++                                 sizeof(gpio_intr_results)))
++                {
++                    ret = -EFAULT;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT */
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_DBGLOG_CFG_MODULE:
++        {
++            struct ar6000_dbglog_module_config_s config;
++
++            if (copy_from_user(&config, userdata, sizeof(config))) {
++                return -EFAULT;
++            }
++
++            /* Send the challenge on the control channel */
++            if (wmi_config_debug_module_cmd(ar->arWmi, config.mmask,
++                                            config.tsr, config.rep,
++                                            config.size, config.valid) != A_OK)
++            {
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_DBGLOG_GET_DEBUG_LOGS:
++        {
++            /* Send the challenge on the control channel */
++            if (ar6000_dbglog_get_debug_logs(ar) != A_OK)
++            {
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_ADHOC_BSSID:
++        {
++            WMI_SET_ADHOC_BSSID_CMD adhocBssid;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&adhocBssid, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(adhocBssid)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else if (A_MEMCMP(adhocBssid.bssid, bcast_mac,
++                                AR6000_ETH_ADDR_LEN) == 0)
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++
++                A_MEMCPY(ar->arReqBssid, adhocBssid.bssid, sizeof(ar->arReqBssid));
++        }
++            break;
++        }
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_OPT_MODE:
++        {
++        WMI_SET_OPT_MODE_CMD optModeCmd;
++            AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&optModeCmd, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(optModeCmd)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else if (ar->arConnected && optModeCmd.optMode == SPECIAL_ON) {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++
++            } else if (wmi_set_opt_mode_cmd(ar->arWmi, optModeCmd.optMode)
++                       != A_OK)
++            {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_OPT_SEND_FRAME:
++        {
++        WMI_OPT_TX_FRAME_CMD optTxFrmCmd;
++            A_UINT8 data[MAX_OPT_DATA_LEN];
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&optTxFrmCmd, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(optTxFrmCmd)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(data,
++                                      userdata+sizeof(WMI_OPT_TX_FRAME_CMD)-1,
++                                      optTxFrmCmd.optIEDataLen))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                ret = wmi_opt_tx_frame_cmd(ar->arWmi,
++                                           optTxFrmCmd.frmType,
++                                           optTxFrmCmd.dstAddr,
++                                           optTxFrmCmd.bssid,
++                                           optTxFrmCmd.optIEDataLen,
++                                           data);
++            }
++
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SETRETRYLIMITS:
++        {
++            WMI_SET_RETRY_LIMITS_CMD setRetryParams;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&setRetryParams, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(setRetryParams)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_set_retry_limits_cmd(ar->arWmi, setRetryParams.frameType,
++                                          setRetryParams.trafficClass,
++                                          setRetryParams.maxRetries,
++                                          setRetryParams.enableNotify) != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++                AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++                ar->arMaxRetries = setRetryParams.maxRetries;
++                AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_ADHOC_BEACON_INTVAL:
++        {
++            WMI_BEACON_INT_CMD bIntvlCmd;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&bIntvlCmd, userdata,
++                       sizeof(bIntvlCmd)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else if (wmi_set_adhoc_bconIntvl_cmd(ar->arWmi, bIntvlCmd.beaconInterval)
++                        != A_OK)
++            {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case IEEE80211_IOCTL_SETAUTHALG:
++        {
++            AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++            struct ieee80211req_authalg req;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&req, userdata,
++                       sizeof(struct ieee80211req_authalg)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else if (req.auth_alg == AUTH_ALG_OPEN_SYSTEM) {
++                ar->arDot11AuthMode  = OPEN_AUTH;
++                ar->arPairwiseCrypto  = NONE_CRYPT;
++                ar->arGroupCrypto     = NONE_CRYPT;
++            } else if (req.auth_alg == AUTH_ALG_LEAP) {
++                ar->arDot11AuthMode   = LEAP_AUTH;
++            } else {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_VOICE_PKT_SIZE:
++            ret = ar6000_xioctl_set_voice_pkt_size(dev, userdata);
++            break;
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_SET_MAX_SP:
++            ret = ar6000_xioctl_set_max_sp_len(dev, userdata);
++            break;
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_ROAM_TBL:
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_get_roam_tbl(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_ROAM_CTRL:
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_set_roam_ctrl(dev, userdata);
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTRL_WMI_SET_POWERSAVE_TIMERS:
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_set_powersave_timers(dev, userdata);
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTRL_WMI_GET_POWER_MODE:
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_get_power_mode(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTRL_WMI_SET_WLAN_STATE:
++            get_user(ar->arWlanState, (unsigned int *)userdata);
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++                break;
++            }
++
++            if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_ENABLED) {
++                /* Enable foreground scanning */
++                if (wmi_scanparams_cmd(ar->arWmi, scParams.fg_start_period,
++                                       scParams.fg_end_period,
++                                       scParams.bg_period,
++                                       scParams.minact_chdwell_time,
++                                       scParams.maxact_chdwell_time,
++                                       scParams.pas_chdwell_time,
++                                       scParams.shortScanRatio,
++                                       scParams.scanCtrlFlags,
++                                       scParams.max_dfsch_act_time) != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++                if (ar->arSsidLen) {
++                    ar->arConnectPending = TRUE;
++                    if (wmi_connect_cmd(ar->arWmi, ar->arNetworkType,
++                                        ar->arDot11AuthMode, ar->arAuthMode,
++                                        ar->arPairwiseCrypto,
++                                        ar->arPairwiseCryptoLen,
++                                        ar->arGroupCrypto, ar->arGroupCryptoLen,
++                                        ar->arSsidLen, ar->arSsid,
++                                        ar->arReqBssid, ar->arChannelHint,
++                                        ar->arConnectCtrlFlags) != A_OK)
++                    {
++                        ret = -EIO;
++                        ar->arConnectPending = FALSE;
++                    }
++                }
++            } else {
++                /* Disconnect from the AP and disable foreground scanning */
++                AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++                if (ar->arConnected == TRUE || ar->arConnectPending == TRUE) {
++                    AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++                    wmi_disconnect_cmd(ar->arWmi);
++                } else {
++                    AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++                }
++
++                if (wmi_scanparams_cmd(ar->arWmi, 0xFFFF, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0xFF, 0) != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_ROAM_DATA:
++            ret = ar6000_ioctl_get_roam_data(dev, rq);
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_BT_STATUS:
++            ret = ar6000_xioctl_set_bt_status_cmd(dev, userdata);
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_BT_PARAMS:
++            ret = ar6000_xioctl_set_bt_params_cmd(dev, userdata);
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_STARTSCAN:
++        {
++            WMI_START_SCAN_CMD setStartScanCmd;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                } else if (copy_from_user(&setStartScanCmd, userdata,
++                                          sizeof(setStartScanCmd)))
++                {
++                    ret = -EFAULT;
++                } else {
++                    if (wmi_startscan_cmd(ar->arWmi, setStartScanCmd.scanType,
++                                    setStartScanCmd.forceFgScan,
++                                    setStartScanCmd.isLegacy,
++                                    setStartScanCmd.homeDwellTime,
++                                    setStartScanCmd.forceScanInterval) != A_OK)
++                    {
++                        ret = -EIO;
++                    }
++                }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SETFIXRATES:
++        {
++            WMI_FIX_RATES_CMD setFixRatesCmd;
++            A_STATUS returnStatus;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                } else if (copy_from_user(&setFixRatesCmd, userdata,
++                                          sizeof(setFixRatesCmd)))
++                {
++                    ret = -EFAULT;
++                } else {
++                    returnStatus = wmi_set_fixrates_cmd(ar->arWmi, setFixRatesCmd.fixRateMask);
++                    if (returnStatus == A_EINVAL)
++                    {
++                        ret = -EINVAL;
++                    }
++                    else if(returnStatus != A_OK) {
++                        ret = -EIO;
++                    }
++                }
++            break;
++        }
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GETFIXRATES:
++        {
++            WMI_FIX_RATES_CMD getFixRatesCmd;
++            AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++            int ret = 0;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++
++            if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++                return -ERESTARTSYS;
++            }
++            /* Used copy_from_user/copy_to_user to access user space data */
++            if (copy_from_user(&getFixRatesCmd, userdata, sizeof(getFixRatesCmd))) {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                ar->arRateMask = 0xFFFF;
++
++                if (wmi_get_ratemask_cmd(ar->arWmi) != A_OK) {
++                    up(&ar->arSem);
++                    return -EIO;
++                }
++
++                wait_event_interruptible_timeout(arEvent, ar->arRateMask != 0xFFFF, wmitimeout * HZ);
++
++                if (signal_pending(current)) {
++                    ret = -EINTR;
++                }
++
++                if (!ret) {
++                    getFixRatesCmd.fixRateMask = ar->arRateMask;
++                }
++
++                if(copy_to_user(userdata, &getFixRatesCmd, sizeof(getFixRatesCmd))) {
++                   ret = -EFAULT;
++                }
++
++                up(&ar->arSem);
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_AUTHMODE:
++        {
++            WMI_SET_AUTH_MODE_CMD setAuthMode;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&setAuthMode, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(setAuthMode)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_set_authmode_cmd(ar->arWmi, setAuthMode.mode) != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_REASSOCMODE:
++        {
++            WMI_SET_REASSOC_MODE_CMD setReassocMode;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&setReassocMode, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(setReassocMode)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_set_reassocmode_cmd(ar->arWmi, setReassocMode.mode) != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_DIAG_READ:
++        {
++            A_UINT32 addr, data;
++            get_user(addr, (unsigned int *)userdata);
++            if (ar6000_ReadRegDiag(ar->arHifDevice, &addr, &data) != A_OK) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            }
++            put_user(data, (unsigned int *)userdata + 1);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_DIAG_WRITE:
++        {
++            A_UINT32 addr, data;
++            get_user(addr, (unsigned int *)userdata);
++            get_user(data, (unsigned int *)userdata + 1);
++            if (ar6000_WriteRegDiag(ar->arHifDevice, &addr, &data) != A_OK) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_KEEPALIVE:
++        {
++             WMI_SET_KEEPALIVE_CMD setKeepAlive;
++             if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                 return -EIO;
++             } else if (copy_from_user(&setKeepAlive, userdata,
++                        sizeof(setKeepAlive))){
++                 ret = -EFAULT;
++             } else {
++                 if (wmi_set_keepalive_cmd(ar->arWmi, setKeepAlive.keepaliveInterval) != A_OK) {
++                     ret = -EIO;
++               }
++             }
++             break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE:
++        {
++            AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++            WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE_CMD getKeepAlive;
++            int ret = 0;
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++               return -EIO;
++            }
++            if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++                return -ERESTARTSYS;
++            }
++            if (copy_from_user(&getKeepAlive, userdata,sizeof(getKeepAlive))) {
++               ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++            getKeepAlive.keepaliveInterval = wmi_get_keepalive_cmd(ar->arWmi);
++            ar->arKeepaliveConfigured = 0xFF;
++            if (wmi_get_keepalive_configured(ar->arWmi) != A_OK){
++                up(&ar->arSem);
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++            wait_event_interruptible_timeout(arEvent, ar->arKeepaliveConfigured != 0xFF, wmitimeout * HZ);
++            if (signal_pending(current)) {
++                ret = -EINTR;
++            }
++
++            if (!ret) {
++                getKeepAlive.configured = ar->arKeepaliveConfigured;
++            }
++            if (copy_to_user(userdata, &getKeepAlive, sizeof(getKeepAlive))) {
++               ret = -EFAULT;
++            }
++            up(&ar->arSem);
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_APPIE:
++        {
++            WMI_SET_APPIE_CMD appIEcmd;
++            A_UINT8           appIeInfo[IEEE80211_APPIE_FRAME_MAX_LEN];
++            A_UINT32            fType,ieLen;
++
++			if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++				return -EIO;
++			}
++			get_user(fType, (A_UINT32 *)userdata);
++			appIEcmd.mgmtFrmType = fType;
++			if (appIEcmd.mgmtFrmType >= IEEE80211_APPIE_NUM_OF_FRAME) {
++				ret = -EIO;
++			} else {
++				get_user(ieLen, (A_UINT32 *)(userdata + 4));
++				appIEcmd.ieLen = ieLen;
++				if (appIEcmd.ieLen > IEEE80211_APPIE_FRAME_MAX_LEN) {
++					ret = -EIO;
++					break;
++				}
++				if (copy_from_user(appIeInfo, userdata + 8, appIEcmd.ieLen)) {
++					ret = -EFAULT;
++				} else {
++					if (wmi_set_appie_cmd(ar->arWmi, appIEcmd.mgmtFrmType,
++										  appIEcmd.ieLen,  appIeInfo) != A_OK)
++					{
++						ret = -EIO;
++					}
++				}
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_MGMT_FRM_RX_FILTER:
++        {
++            WMI_BSS_FILTER_CMD cmd;
++            A_UINT32    filterType;
++
++            if (copy_from_user(&filterType, userdata, sizeof(A_UINT32)))
++            {
++                return -EFAULT;
++            }
++            if (filterType & (IEEE80211_FILTER_TYPE_BEACON |
++                                    IEEE80211_FILTER_TYPE_PROBE_RESP))
++            {
++                cmd.bssFilter = ALL_BSS_FILTER;
++            } else {
++                cmd.bssFilter = NONE_BSS_FILTER;
++            }
++            if (wmi_bssfilter_cmd(ar->arWmi, cmd.bssFilter, 0) != A_OK) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            }
++
++            AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++            ar->arMgmtFilter = filterType;
++            AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_WSC_STATUS:
++        {
++            A_UINT32    wsc_status;
++
++            if (copy_from_user(&wsc_status, userdata, sizeof(A_UINT32)))
++            {
++                return -EFAULT;
++            }
++            if (wmi_set_wsc_status_cmd(ar->arWmi, wsc_status) != A_OK) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_ROMPATCH_INSTALL:
++        {
++            A_UINT32 ROM_addr;
++            A_UINT32 RAM_addr;
++            A_UINT32 nbytes;
++            A_UINT32 do_activate;
++            A_UINT32 rompatch_id;
++
++            get_user(ROM_addr, (A_UINT32 *)userdata);
++            get_user(RAM_addr, (A_UINT32 *)userdata + 1);
++            get_user(nbytes, (A_UINT32 *)userdata + 2);
++            get_user(do_activate, (A_UINT32 *)userdata + 3);
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Install rompatch from ROM: 0x%x to RAM: 0x%x  length: %d\n",
++                             ROM_addr, RAM_addr, nbytes);
++            ret = BMIrompatchInstall(hifDevice, ROM_addr, RAM_addr,
++                                        nbytes, do_activate, &rompatch_id);
++            if (ret == A_OK) {
++                put_user(rompatch_id, (unsigned int *)rq->ifr_data); /* return value */
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_ROMPATCH_UNINSTALL:
++        {
++            A_UINT32 rompatch_id;
++
++            get_user(rompatch_id, (A_UINT32 *)userdata);
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("UNinstall rompatch_id %d\n", rompatch_id);
++            ret = BMIrompatchUninstall(hifDevice, rompatch_id);
++            break;
++        }
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_ROMPATCH_ACTIVATE:
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_ROMPATCH_DEACTIVATE:
++        {
++            A_UINT32 rompatch_count;
++
++            get_user(rompatch_count, (A_UINT32 *)userdata);
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Change rompatch activation count=%d\n", rompatch_count);
++            length = sizeof(A_UINT32) * rompatch_count;
++            if ((buffer = (unsigned char *)A_MALLOC(length)) != NULL) {
++                A_MEMZERO(buffer, length);
++                if (copy_from_user(buffer, &userdata[sizeof(rompatch_count)], length))
++                {
++                    ret = -EFAULT;
++                } else {
++                    if (cmd == AR6000_XIOCTL_BMI_ROMPATCH_ACTIVATE) {
++                        ret = BMIrompatchActivate(hifDevice, rompatch_count, (A_UINT32 *)buffer);
++                    } else {
++                        ret = BMIrompatchDeactivate(hifDevice, rompatch_count, (A_UINT32 *)buffer);
++                    }
++                }
++                A_FREE(buffer);
++            } else {
++                ret = -ENOMEM;
++            }
++
++            break;
++        }
++
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_HOST_SLEEP_MODE:
++        {
++            WMI_SET_HOST_SLEEP_MODE_CMD setHostSleepMode;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&setHostSleepMode, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(setHostSleepMode)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_set_host_sleep_mode_cmd(ar->arWmi,
++                                &setHostSleepMode) != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_WOW_MODE:
++        {
++            WMI_SET_WOW_MODE_CMD setWowMode;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&setWowMode, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(setWowMode)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_set_wow_mode_cmd(ar->arWmi,
++                                &setWowMode) != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_WOW_LIST:
++        {
++            WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_CMD getWowList;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&getWowList, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(getWowList)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_get_wow_list_cmd(ar->arWmi,
++                                &getWowList) != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_ADD_WOW_PATTERN:
++        {
++#define WOW_PATTERN_SIZE 64
++#define WOW_MASK_SIZE 64
++
++            WMI_ADD_WOW_PATTERN_CMD cmd;
++            A_UINT8 mask_data[WOW_PATTERN_SIZE]={0};
++            A_UINT8 pattern_data[WOW_PATTERN_SIZE]={0};
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else {
++
++                if(copy_from_user(&cmd, userdata,
++                            sizeof(WMI_ADD_WOW_PATTERN_CMD)))
++                      return -EFAULT;
++                if (copy_from_user(pattern_data,
++                                      userdata + 3,
++                                      cmd.filter_size)){
++                        ret = -EFAULT;
++                        break;
++                }
++                if (copy_from_user(mask_data,
++                                      (userdata + 3 + cmd.filter_size),
++                                      cmd.filter_size)){
++                        ret = -EFAULT;
++                        break;
++                } else {
++                    if (wmi_add_wow_pattern_cmd(ar->arWmi,
++                                &cmd, pattern_data, mask_data, cmd.filter_size) != A_OK){
++                        ret = -EIO;
++                    }
++                }
++            }
++#undef WOW_PATTERN_SIZE
++#undef WOW_MASK_SIZE
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_DEL_WOW_PATTERN:
++        {
++            WMI_DEL_WOW_PATTERN_CMD delWowPattern;
++
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&delWowPattern, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(delWowPattern)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_del_wow_pattern_cmd(ar->arWmi,
++                                &delWowPattern) != A_OK)
++                {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        }
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_DUMP_HTC_CREDIT_STATE:
++            if (ar->arHtcTarget != NULL) {
++                HTCDumpCreditStates(ar->arHtcTarget);
++            }
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_TRAFFIC_ACTIVITY_CHANGE:
++            if (ar->arHtcTarget != NULL) {
++                struct ar6000_traffic_activity_change data;
++
++                if (copy_from_user(&data, userdata, sizeof(data)))
++                {
++                    return -EFAULT;
++                }
++                    /* note, this is used for testing (mbox ping testing), indicate activity
++                     * change using the stream ID as the traffic class */
++                ar6000_indicate_tx_activity(ar,
++                                            (A_UINT8)data.StreamID,
++                                            data.Active ? TRUE : FALSE);
++            }
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_CONNECT_CTRL_FLAGS:
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&connectCtrlFlags, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(connectCtrlFlags)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                ar->arConnectCtrlFlags = connectCtrlFlags;
++            }
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS:
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else if (copy_from_user(&akmpParams, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS_CMD)))
++            {
++                ret = -EFAULT;
++            } else {
++                if (wmi_set_akmp_params_cmd(ar->arWmi, &akmpParams) != A_OK) {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_SET_PMKID_LIST:
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else {
++                if (copy_from_user(&pmkidInfo.numPMKID, userdata,
++                                      sizeof(pmkidInfo.numPMKID)))
++                {
++                    ret = -EFAULT;
++                    break;
++                }
++                if (copy_from_user(&pmkidInfo.pmkidList,
++                                   userdata + sizeof(pmkidInfo.numPMKID),
++                                   pmkidInfo.numPMKID * sizeof(WMI_PMKID)))
++                {
++                    ret = -EFAULT;
++                    break;
++                }
++                if (wmi_set_pmkid_list_cmd(ar->arWmi, &pmkidInfo) != A_OK) {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        case AR6000_XIOCTL_WMI_GET_PMKID_LIST:
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else  {
++                if (wmi_get_pmkid_list_cmd(ar->arWmi) != A_OK) {
++                    ret = -EIO;
++                }
++            }
++            break;
++        default:
++            ret = -EOPNOTSUPP;
++    }
++    return ret;
++}
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/Makefile
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/Makefile	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,103 @@
++#######################################################################################
++#  AR6K Kernel Module makefile.
++#
++#    This makefile is invoked by the master makefile in the linux kernel, the linux kernel
++#    source must be initially compiled.  The top level make will invoke the main linux kernel
++#    makefile which will subsequently pick up this makefile.
++#
++#######################################################################################
++
++
++REV ?= 2
++
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -I$(ATH_SRC_BASE)/include
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -I$(ATH_SRC_BASE)/../include
++# TBDXXX....handle include/AR6002
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -I$(ATH_SRC_BASE)/../include/AR6001
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -I$(ATH_SRC_BASE)/wlan/include
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -I$(ATH_SRC_BASE)/os/linux/include
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -I$(ATH_SRC_BASE)/os/
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -I$(ATH_SRC_BASE)/bmi/include
++
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -DLINUX -DDEBUG -D__KERNEL__ -DHTC_RAW_INTERFACE\
++                -DTCMD -DSEND_EVENT_TO_APP -DUSER_KEYS \
++                -DNO_SYNC_FLUSH #\
++                -DMULTIPLE_FRAMES_PER_INTERRUPT -DAR6000REV$(REV) \
++                -DBLOCK_TX_PATH_FLAG \
++
++ifneq ($(ATH_OS_SUB_TYPE),linux_2_4)
++# linux 2.6 and higher kernel module build settings
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -DKERNEL_2_6
++obj-m += ar6000.o
++-include $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/hif/$(ATH_HIF_TYPE)/Makefile
++ar6000-objs += ../../htc2/AR6000/ar6k.o        \
++			   ../../htc2/AR6000/ar6k_events.o \
++               ../../htc2/htc_send.o       \
++               ../../htc2/htc_recv.o       \
++               ../../htc2/htc_services.o   \
++               ../../htc2/htc.o     		  \
++               ../../bmi/src/bmi.o            \
++               ar6000_drv.o           			\
++               ar6000_raw_if.o					\
++               netbuf.o							\
++               wireless_ext.o					\
++               ioctl.o							\
++               ../../miscdrv/common_drv.o		\
++               ../../miscdrv/credit_dist.o					\
++               ../../wmi/wmi.o                       \
++               ../../wlan/src/wlan_node.o            \
++               ../../wlan/src/wlan_recv_beacon.o     \
++               ../../wlan/src/wlan_utils.o
++
++endif
++
++ifeq ($(ATH_OS_SUB_TYPE),linux_2_4)
++# linux 2.4 kernel module build settings
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -DKERNEL_2_4
++
++O_TARGET := ar6000.o
++# need export line for module export
++export-objs := ar6000_drv.o
++-include $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/hif/$(ATH_HIF_TYPE)/Makefile
++obj-y += $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/htc2/htc.o \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/htc2/htc_send.o \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/htc2/htc_recv.o  \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/htc2/htc_services.o \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/htc2/AR6000/ar6k.o  \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/htc2/AR6000/ar6k_events.o  \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/bmi/src/bmi.o \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/wmi/wmi.o \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/wlan/src/wlan_node.o \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/wlan/src/wlan_recv_beacon.o \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/wlan/src/wlan_utils.o \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/os/linux/ar6000_drv.o \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/os/linux/ar6000_raw_if.o \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/os/linux/wireless_ext.o \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/os/linux/ioctl.o 		\
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/os/linux/netbuf.o     \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/miscdrv/common_drv.o   \
++         $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/miscdrv/credit_dist.o
++
++obj-m += htc.o \
++         htc_send.o \
++         htc_recv.o \
++         htc_services.o  \
++         ar6k_events.o \
++         ar6k.o \
++         hif.o  \
++         bmi.o  \
++         wmi.o  \
++         wlan_node.o \
++         wlan_recv_beacon.o \
++         wlan_utils.o \
++         ar6000_drv.o \
++         ar6000_raw_if.o \
++         common_drv.o \
++         credit_dist.o \
++         netbuf.o     \
++         wireless_ext.o \
++         ioctl.o        \
++         ar6000.o
++
++include $(ATH_LINUXPATH)/Rules.make
++endif
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/netbuf.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/netbuf.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,225 @@
++
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++#include <linux/kernel.h>
++#include <linux/skbuff.h>
++#include <a_config.h>
++#include "athdefs.h"
++#include "a_types.h"
++#include "a_osapi.h"
++#include "htc_packet.h"
++
++#define AR6000_DATA_OFFSET    64
++
++void a_netbuf_enqueue(A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T *q, void *pkt)
++{
++    skb_queue_tail((struct sk_buff_head *) q, (struct sk_buff *) pkt);
++}
++
++void a_netbuf_prequeue(A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T *q, void *pkt)
++{
++    skb_queue_head((struct sk_buff_head *) q, (struct sk_buff *) pkt);
++}
++
++void *a_netbuf_dequeue(A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T *q)
++{
++    return((void *) skb_dequeue((struct sk_buff_head *) q));
++}
++
++int a_netbuf_queue_size(A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T *q)
++{
++    return(skb_queue_len((struct sk_buff_head *) q));
++}
++
++int a_netbuf_queue_empty(A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T *q)
++{
++    return(skb_queue_empty((struct sk_buff_head *) q));
++}
++
++void a_netbuf_queue_init(A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T *q)
++{
++    skb_queue_head_init((struct sk_buff_head *) q);
++}
++
++void *
++a_netbuf_alloc(int size)
++{
++    struct sk_buff *skb;
++    skb = dev_alloc_skb(AR6000_DATA_OFFSET + sizeof(HTC_PACKET) + size);
++    skb_reserve(skb, AR6000_DATA_OFFSET + sizeof(HTC_PACKET));
++    return ((void *)skb);
++}
++
++/*
++ * Allocate an SKB w.o. any encapsulation requirement.
++ */
++void *
++a_netbuf_alloc_raw(int size)
++{
++    struct sk_buff *skb;
++
++    skb = dev_alloc_skb(size);
++
++    return ((void *)skb);
++}
++
++void
++a_netbuf_free(void *bufPtr)
++{
++    struct sk_buff *skb = (struct sk_buff *)bufPtr;
++
++    dev_kfree_skb(skb);
++}
++
++A_UINT32
++a_netbuf_to_len(void *bufPtr)
++{
++    return (((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr)->len);
++}
++
++void *
++a_netbuf_to_data(void *bufPtr)
++{
++    return (((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr)->data);
++}
++
++/*
++ * Add len # of bytes to the beginning of the network buffer
++ * pointed to by bufPtr
++ */
++A_STATUS
++a_netbuf_push(void *bufPtr, A_INT32 len)
++{
++    skb_push((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr, len);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++/*
++ * Add len # of bytes to the beginning of the network buffer
++ * pointed to by bufPtr and also fill with data
++ */
++A_STATUS
++a_netbuf_push_data(void *bufPtr, char *srcPtr, A_INT32 len)
++{
++    skb_push((struct sk_buff *) bufPtr, len);
++    A_MEMCPY(((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr)->data, srcPtr, len);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++/*
++ * Add len # of bytes to the end of the network buffer
++ * pointed to by bufPtr
++ */
++A_STATUS
++a_netbuf_put(void *bufPtr, A_INT32 len)
++{
++    skb_put((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr, len);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++/*
++ * Add len # of bytes to the end of the network buffer
++ * pointed to by bufPtr and also fill with data
++ */
++A_STATUS
++a_netbuf_put_data(void *bufPtr, char *srcPtr, A_INT32 len)
++{
++    char *start = ((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr)->data +
++        ((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr)->len;
++    skb_put((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr, len);
++    A_MEMCPY(start, srcPtr, len);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++
++/*
++ * Trim the network buffer pointed to by bufPtr to len # of bytes
++ */
++A_STATUS
++a_netbuf_setlen(void *bufPtr, A_INT32 len)
++{
++    skb_trim((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr, len);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++/*
++ * Chop of len # of bytes from the end of the buffer.
++ */
++A_STATUS
++a_netbuf_trim(void *bufPtr, A_INT32 len)
++{
++    skb_trim((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr, ((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr)->len - len);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++/*
++ * Chop of len # of bytes from the end of the buffer and return the data.
++ */
++A_STATUS
++a_netbuf_trim_data(void *bufPtr, char *dstPtr, A_INT32 len)
++{
++    char *start = ((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr)->data +
++        (((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr)->len - len);
++
++    A_MEMCPY(dstPtr, start, len);
++    skb_trim((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr, ((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr)->len - len);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++
++/*
++ * Returns the number of bytes available to a a_netbuf_push()
++ */
++A_INT32
++a_netbuf_headroom(void *bufPtr)
++{
++    return (skb_headroom((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr));
++}
++
++/*
++ * Removes specified number of bytes from the beginning of the buffer
++ */
++A_STATUS
++a_netbuf_pull(void *bufPtr, A_INT32 len)
++{
++    skb_pull((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr, len);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++/*
++ * Removes specified number of bytes from the beginning of the buffer
++ * and return the data
++ */
++A_STATUS
++a_netbuf_pull_data(void *bufPtr, char *dstPtr, A_INT32 len)
++{
++    A_MEMCPY(dstPtr, ((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr)->data, len);
++    skb_pull((struct sk_buff *)bufPtr, len);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/osapi_linux.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/osapi_linux.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,319 @@
++/*
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/os/linux/include/osapi_linux.h#1 $
++ *
++ * This file contains the definitions of the basic atheros data types.
++ * It is used to map the data types in atheros files to a platform specific
++ * type.
++ *
++ * Copyright 2003-2005 Atheros Communications, Inc.,  All Rights Reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _OSAPI_LINUX_H_
++#define _OSAPI_LINUX_H_
++
++#ifdef __KERNEL__
++
++#include <linux/version.h>
++#include <linux/types.h>
++#include <linux/kernel.h>
++#include <linux/string.h>
++#include <linux/skbuff.h>
++#include <linux/netdevice.h>
++#if LINUX_VERSION_CODE >= KERNEL_VERSION(2,6,0)
++#include <linux/jiffies.h>
++#endif
++#include <linux/timer.h>
++#include <linux/delay.h>
++#include <linux/wait.h>
++#ifdef KERNEL_2_4
++#include <asm/arch/irq.h>
++#include <asm/irq.h>
++#endif
++
++#ifdef __GNUC__
++#define __ATTRIB_PACK           __attribute__ ((packed))
++#define __ATTRIB_PRINTF         __attribute__ ((format (printf, 1, 2)))
++#define __ATTRIB_NORETURN       __attribute__ ((noreturn))
++#ifndef INLINE
++#define INLINE                  __inline__
++#endif
++#else /* Not GCC */
++#define __ATTRIB_PACK
++#define __ATTRIB_PRINTF
++#define __ATTRIB_NORETURN
++#ifndef INLINE
++#define INLINE                  __inline
++#endif
++#endif /* End __GNUC__ */
++
++#define PREPACK
++#define POSTPACK                __ATTRIB_PACK
++
++/*
++ * Endianes macros
++ */
++#define A_BE2CPU8(x)       ntohb(x)
++#define A_BE2CPU16(x)      ntohs(x)
++#define A_BE2CPU32(x)      ntohl(x)
++
++#define A_LE2CPU8(x)       (x)
++#define A_LE2CPU16(x)      (x)
++#define A_LE2CPU32(x)      (x)
++
++#define A_CPU2BE8(x)       htonb(x)
++#define A_CPU2BE16(x)      htons(x)
++#define A_CPU2BE32(x)      htonl(x)
++
++#define A_MEMCPY(dst, src, len)         memcpy((A_UINT8 *)(dst), (src), (len))
++#define A_MEMZERO(addr, len)            memset(addr, 0, len)
++#define A_MEMCMP(addr1, addr2, len)     memcmp((addr1), (addr2), (len))
++#define A_MALLOC(size)                  kmalloc((size), GFP_KERNEL)
++#define A_MALLOC_NOWAIT(size)           kmalloc((size), GFP_ATOMIC)
++#define A_FREE(addr)                    kfree(addr)
++#define A_PRINTF(args...)               printk(args)
++
++/* Mutual Exclusion */
++typedef spinlock_t                      A_MUTEX_T;
++#define A_MUTEX_INIT(mutex)             spin_lock_init(mutex)
++#define A_MUTEX_LOCK(mutex)             spin_lock_bh(mutex)
++#define A_MUTEX_UNLOCK(mutex)           spin_unlock_bh(mutex)
++#define A_IS_MUTEX_VALID(mutex)         TRUE  /* okay to return true, since A_MUTEX_DELETE does nothing */
++#define A_MUTEX_DELETE(mutex)           /* spin locks are not kernel resources so nothing to free.. */
++
++/* Get current time in ms adding a constant offset (in ms) */
++#define A_GET_MS(offset)    \
++	(jiffies + ((offset) / 1000) * HZ)
++
++/*
++ * Timer Functions
++ */
++#define A_MDELAY(msecs)                 mdelay(msecs)
++typedef struct timer_list               A_TIMER;
++
++#define A_INIT_TIMER(pTimer, pFunction, pArg) do {              \
++    init_timer(pTimer);                                         \
++    (pTimer)->function = (pFunction);                           \
++    (pTimer)->data   = (unsigned long)(pArg);                   \
++} while (0)
++
++/*
++ * Start a Timer that elapses after 'periodMSec' milli-seconds
++ * Support is provided for a one-shot timer. The 'repeatFlag' is
++ * ignored.
++ */
++#define A_TIMEOUT_MS(pTimer, periodMSec, repeatFlag) do {                   \
++    if (repeatFlag) {                                                       \
++        printk("\n" __FILE__ ":%d: Timer Repeat requested\n",__LINE__);     \
++        panic("Timer Repeat");                                              \
++    }                                                                       \
++    mod_timer((pTimer), jiffies + HZ * (periodMSec) / 1000);                \
++} while (0)
++
++/*
++ * Cancel the Timer.
++ */
++#define A_UNTIMEOUT(pTimer) do {                                \
++    del_timer((pTimer));                                        \
++} while (0)
++
++#define A_DELETE_TIMER(pTimer) do {                             \
++} while (0)
++
++/*
++ * Wait Queue related functions
++ */
++typedef wait_queue_head_t               A_WAITQUEUE_HEAD;
++#define A_INIT_WAITQUEUE_HEAD(head)     init_waitqueue_head(head)
++#ifndef wait_event_interruptible_timeout
++#define __wait_event_interruptible_timeout(wq, condition, ret)          \
++do {                                                                    \
++        wait_queue_t __wait;                                            \
++        init_waitqueue_entry(&__wait, current);                         \
++                                                                        \
++        add_wait_queue(&wq, &__wait);                                   \
++        for (;;) {                                                      \
++                set_current_state(TASK_INTERRUPTIBLE);                  \
++                if (condition)                                          \
++                        break;                                          \
++                if (!signal_pending(current)) {                         \
++                        ret = schedule_timeout(ret);                    \
++                        if (!ret)                                       \
++                                break;                                  \
++                        continue;                                       \
++                }                                                       \
++                ret = -ERESTARTSYS;                                     \
++                break;                                                  \
++        }                                                               \
++        current->state = TASK_RUNNING;                                  \
++        remove_wait_queue(&wq, &__wait);                                \
++} while (0)
++
++#define wait_event_interruptible_timeout(wq, condition, timeout)        \
++({                                                                      \
++        long __ret = timeout;                                           \
++        if (!(condition))                                               \
++                __wait_event_interruptible_timeout(wq, condition, __ret); \
++        __ret;                                                          \
++})
++#endif /* wait_event_interruptible_timeout */
++
++#define A_WAIT_EVENT_INTERRUPTIBLE_TIMEOUT(head, condition, timeout) do { \
++    wait_event_interruptible_timeout(head, condition, timeout); \
++} while (0)
++
++#define A_WAKE_UP(head)                 wake_up(head)
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++#define A_ASSERT(expr)  \
++    if (!(expr)) {   \
++        printk(KERN_ALERT "\n" __FILE__ ":%d: Assertion " #expr " failed!\n",__LINE__); \
++        panic(#expr); \
++    }
++
++#else
++#define A_ASSERT(expr)
++#endif /* DEBUG */
++
++/*
++ * Initialization of the network buffer subsystem
++ */
++#define A_NETBUF_INIT()
++
++/*
++ * Network buffer queue support
++ */
++typedef struct sk_buff_head A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T;
++
++#define A_NETBUF_QUEUE_INIT(q)  \
++    a_netbuf_queue_init(q)
++
++#define A_NETBUF_ENQUEUE(q, pkt) \
++    a_netbuf_enqueue((q), (pkt))
++#define A_NETBUF_PREQUEUE(q, pkt) \
++    a_netbuf_prequeue((q), (pkt))
++#define A_NETBUF_DEQUEUE(q) \
++    (a_netbuf_dequeue(q))
++#define A_NETBUF_QUEUE_SIZE(q)  \
++    a_netbuf_queue_size(q)
++#define A_NETBUF_QUEUE_EMPTY(q) \
++    a_netbuf_queue_empty(q)
++
++/*
++ * Network buffer support
++ */
++#define A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size) \
++    a_netbuf_alloc(size)
++#define A_NETBUF_ALLOC_RAW(size) \
++    a_netbuf_alloc_raw(size)
++#define A_NETBUF_FREE(bufPtr) \
++    a_netbuf_free(bufPtr)
++#define A_NETBUF_DATA(bufPtr) \
++    a_netbuf_to_data(bufPtr)
++#define A_NETBUF_LEN(bufPtr) \
++    a_netbuf_to_len(bufPtr)
++#define A_NETBUF_PUSH(bufPtr, len) \
++    a_netbuf_push(bufPtr, len)
++#define A_NETBUF_PUT(bufPtr, len) \
++    a_netbuf_put(bufPtr, len)
++#define A_NETBUF_TRIM(bufPtr,len) \
++    a_netbuf_trim(bufPtr, len)
++#define A_NETBUF_PULL(bufPtr, len) \
++    a_netbuf_pull(bufPtr, len)
++#define A_NETBUF_HEADROOM(bufPtr)\
++    a_netbuf_headroom(bufPtr)
++#define A_NETBUF_SETLEN(bufPtr,len) \
++    a_netbuf_setlen(bufPtr, len)
++
++/* Add data to end of a buffer  */
++#define A_NETBUF_PUT_DATA(bufPtr, srcPtr,  len) \
++    a_netbuf_put_data(bufPtr, srcPtr, len)
++
++/* Add data to start of the  buffer */
++#define A_NETBUF_PUSH_DATA(bufPtr, srcPtr,  len) \
++    a_netbuf_push_data(bufPtr, srcPtr, len)
++
++/* Remove data at start of the buffer */
++#define A_NETBUF_PULL_DATA(bufPtr, dstPtr, len) \
++    a_netbuf_pull_data(bufPtr, dstPtr, len)
++
++/* Remove data from the end of the buffer */
++#define A_NETBUF_TRIM_DATA(bufPtr, dstPtr, len) \
++    a_netbuf_trim_data(bufPtr, dstPtr, len)
++
++/* View data as "size" contiguous bytes of type "t" */
++#define A_NETBUF_VIEW_DATA(bufPtr, t, size) \
++    (t )( ((struct skbuf *)(bufPtr))->data)
++
++/* return the beginning of the headroom for the buffer */
++#define A_NETBUF_HEAD(bufPtr) \
++        ((((struct sk_buff *)(bufPtr))->head))
++
++/*
++ * OS specific network buffer access routines
++ */
++void *a_netbuf_alloc(int size);
++void *a_netbuf_alloc_raw(int size);
++void a_netbuf_free(void *bufPtr);
++void *a_netbuf_to_data(void *bufPtr);
++A_UINT32 a_netbuf_to_len(void *bufPtr);
++A_STATUS a_netbuf_push(void *bufPtr, A_INT32 len);
++A_STATUS a_netbuf_push_data(void *bufPtr, char *srcPtr, A_INT32 len);
++A_STATUS a_netbuf_put(void *bufPtr, A_INT32 len);
++A_STATUS a_netbuf_put_data(void *bufPtr, char *srcPtr, A_INT32 len);
++A_STATUS a_netbuf_pull(void *bufPtr, A_INT32 len);
++A_STATUS a_netbuf_pull_data(void *bufPtr, char *dstPtr, A_INT32 len);
++A_STATUS a_netbuf_trim(void *bufPtr, A_INT32 len);
++A_STATUS a_netbuf_trim_data(void *bufPtr, char *dstPtr, A_INT32 len);
++A_STATUS a_netbuf_setlen(void *bufPtr, A_INT32 len);
++A_INT32 a_netbuf_headroom(void *bufPtr);
++void a_netbuf_enqueue(A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T *q, void *pkt);
++void a_netbuf_prequeue(A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T *q, void *pkt);
++void *a_netbuf_dequeue(A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T *q);
++int a_netbuf_queue_size(A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T *q);
++int a_netbuf_queue_empty(A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T *q);
++int a_netbuf_queue_empty(A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T *q);
++void a_netbuf_queue_init(A_NETBUF_QUEUE_T *q);
++
++/*
++ * Kernel v.s User space functions
++ */
++A_UINT32 a_copy_to_user(void *to, const void *from, A_UINT32 n);
++A_UINT32 a_copy_from_user(void *to, const void *from, A_UINT32 n);
++
++#else /* __KERNEL__ */
++
++#ifdef __GNUC__
++#define __ATTRIB_PACK           __attribute__ ((packed))
++#define __ATTRIB_PRINTF         __attribute__ ((format (printf, 1, 2)))
++#define __ATTRIB_NORETURN       __attribute__ ((noreturn))
++#ifndef INLINE
++#define INLINE                  __inline__
++#endif
++#else /* Not GCC */
++#define __ATTRIB_PACK
++#define __ATTRIB_PRINTF
++#define __ATTRIB_NORETURN
++#ifndef INLINE
++#define INLINE                  __inline
++#endif
++#endif /* End __GNUC__ */
++
++#define PREPACK
++#define POSTPACK                __ATTRIB_PACK
++
++#endif /* __KERNEL__ */
++
++#endif /* _OSAPI_LINUX_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/wireless_ext.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/ar6000/wireless_ext.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,1855 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "ar6000_drv.h"
++
++static A_UINT8 bcast_mac[] = {0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff};
++static void ar6000_set_quality(struct iw_quality *iq, A_INT8 rssi);
++extern unsigned int wmitimeout;
++extern A_WAITQUEUE_HEAD arEvent;
++
++#ifdef  __ATH_CENTRAL_IOCTL_DISPATCHER___
++extern int allow_trace_signal;
++static int ath_ioctl_dispatcher(struct net_device *dev,
++                struct iw_request_info *info, struct iw_point *erq, char *key);
++#endif
++
++
++#if WIRELESS_EXT > 14
++/*
++ * Encode a WPA or RSN information element as a custom
++ * element using the hostap format.
++ */
++static u_int
++encode_ie(void *buf, size_t bufsize,
++    const u_int8_t *ie, size_t ielen,
++    const char *leader, size_t leader_len)
++{
++    u_int8_t *p;
++    int i;
++
++    if (bufsize < leader_len)
++        return 0;
++    p = buf;
++    memcpy(p, leader, leader_len);
++    bufsize -= leader_len;
++    p += leader_len;
++    for (i = 0; i < ielen && bufsize > 2; i++)
++        p += sprintf(p, "%02x", ie[i]);
++    return (i == ielen ? p - (u_int8_t *)buf : 0);
++}
++#endif /* WIRELESS_EXT > 14 */
++
++void
++ar6000_scan_node(void *arg, bss_t *ni)
++{
++    struct iw_event iwe;
++#if WIRELESS_EXT > 14
++    char buf[64*2 + 30];
++#endif
++    struct ar_giwscan_param *param;
++    A_CHAR *current_ev;
++    A_CHAR *end_buf;
++    struct ieee80211_common_ie  *cie;
++
++    param = (struct ar_giwscan_param *)arg;
++
++    if (param->current_ev >= param->end_buf) {
++        return;
++    }
++    if ((param->firstPass == TRUE) &&
++        ((ni->ni_cie.ie_wpa == NULL) || (ni->ni_cie.ie_rsn == NULL))) {
++        /*
++         * Only forward wpa bss's in first pass
++         */
++        return;
++    }
++
++     if ((param->firstPass == FALSE) &&
++        ((ni->ni_cie.ie_wpa != NULL) || (ni->ni_cie.ie_rsn != NULL))) {
++        /*
++         * Only forward non-wpa bss's in 2nd pass
++         */
++        return;
++    }
++
++    current_ev = param->current_ev;
++    end_buf = param->end_buf;
++
++    cie = &ni->ni_cie;
++
++    A_MEMZERO(&iwe, sizeof(iwe));
++    iwe.cmd = SIOCGIWAP;
++    iwe.u.ap_addr.sa_family = ARPHRD_ETHER;
++    A_MEMCPY(iwe.u.ap_addr.sa_data, ni->ni_macaddr, 6);
++    current_ev = iwe_stream_add_event(current_ev, end_buf, &iwe,
++                                      IW_EV_ADDR_LEN);
++
++    A_MEMZERO(&iwe, sizeof(iwe));
++    iwe.cmd = SIOCGIWESSID;
++    iwe.u.data.flags = 1;
++    iwe.u.data.length = cie->ie_ssid[1];
++    current_ev = iwe_stream_add_point(current_ev, end_buf, &iwe,
++                                      &cie->ie_ssid[2]);
++
++    if (cie->ie_capInfo & (IEEE80211_CAPINFO_ESS|IEEE80211_CAPINFO_IBSS)) {
++        A_MEMZERO(&iwe, sizeof(iwe));
++        iwe.cmd = SIOCGIWMODE;
++        iwe.u.mode = cie->ie_capInfo & IEEE80211_CAPINFO_ESS ?
++                IW_MODE_MASTER : IW_MODE_ADHOC;
++        current_ev = iwe_stream_add_event(current_ev, end_buf, &iwe,
++                                          IW_EV_UINT_LEN);
++    }
++
++    A_MEMZERO(&iwe, sizeof(iwe));
++    iwe.cmd = SIOCGIWFREQ;
++    iwe.u.freq.m = cie->ie_chan * 100000;
++    iwe.u.freq.e = 1;
++    current_ev = iwe_stream_add_event(current_ev, end_buf, &iwe,
++                                      IW_EV_FREQ_LEN);
++
++    A_MEMZERO(&iwe, sizeof(iwe));
++    iwe.cmd = IWEVQUAL;
++    ar6000_set_quality(&iwe.u.qual, ni->ni_snr);
++    current_ev = iwe_stream_add_event(current_ev, end_buf, &iwe,
++                                      IW_EV_QUAL_LEN);
++
++    A_MEMZERO(&iwe, sizeof(iwe));
++    iwe.cmd = SIOCGIWENCODE;
++    if (cie->ie_capInfo & IEEE80211_CAPINFO_PRIVACY) {
++        iwe.u.data.flags = IW_ENCODE_ENABLED | IW_ENCODE_NOKEY;
++    } else {
++        iwe.u.data.flags = IW_ENCODE_DISABLED;
++    }
++    iwe.u.data.length = 0;
++    current_ev = iwe_stream_add_point(current_ev, end_buf, &iwe, "");
++
++#ifdef NOTYET
++    A_MEMZERO(&iwe, sizeof(iwe));
++    iwe.cmd = SIOCGIWRATE;
++    current_val = current_ev + IW_EV_LCP_LEN;
++    for (j = 0; j < ni->ni_rates.rs_nrates; j++) {
++            if (ni->ni_rates.rs_rates[j]) {
++                iwe.u.bitrate.value = ((ni->ni_rates.rs_rates[j] &
++                    IEEE80211_RATE_VAL) / 2) * 1000000;
++                current_val = iwe_stream_add_value(current_ev,
++                    current_val, end_buf, &iwe,
++                    IW_EV_PARAM_LEN);
++            }
++        }
++        /* remove fixed header if no rates were added */
++        if ((current_val - current_ev) > IW_EV_LCP_LEN)
++            current_ev = current_val;
++#endif /* NOTYET */
++
++#if WIRELESS_EXT > 14
++    A_MEMZERO(&iwe, sizeof(iwe));
++    iwe.cmd = IWEVCUSTOM;
++    snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), "bcn_int=%d", cie->ie_beaconInt);
++    iwe.u.data.length = strlen(buf);
++    current_ev = iwe_stream_add_point(current_ev, end_buf, &iwe, buf);
++
++    if (cie->ie_wpa != NULL) {
++        static const char wpa_leader[] = "wpa_ie=";
++
++        A_MEMZERO(&iwe, sizeof(iwe));
++        iwe.cmd = IWEVCUSTOM;
++        iwe.u.data.length = encode_ie(buf, sizeof(buf), cie->ie_wpa,
++                                      cie->ie_wpa[1]+2,
++                                      wpa_leader, sizeof(wpa_leader)-1);
++
++        if (iwe.u.data.length != 0) {
++            current_ev = iwe_stream_add_point(current_ev, end_buf, &iwe, buf);
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (cie->ie_rsn != NULL && cie->ie_rsn[0] == IEEE80211_ELEMID_RSN) {
++        static const char rsn_leader[] = "rsn_ie=";
++
++        A_MEMZERO(&iwe, sizeof(iwe));
++        iwe.cmd = IWEVCUSTOM;
++        iwe.u.data.length = encode_ie(buf, sizeof(buf), cie->ie_rsn,
++                                      cie->ie_rsn[1]+2,
++                                      rsn_leader, sizeof(rsn_leader)-1);
++
++        if (iwe.u.data.length != 0) {
++            current_ev = iwe_stream_add_point(current_ev, end_buf, &iwe, buf);
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (cie->ie_wmm != NULL) {
++        static const char wmm_leader[] = "wmm_ie=";
++
++        A_MEMZERO(&iwe, sizeof(iwe));
++        iwe.cmd = IWEVCUSTOM;
++        iwe.u.data.length = encode_ie(buf, sizeof(buf), cie->ie_wmm,
++                                      cie->ie_wmm[1]+2,
++                                      wmm_leader, sizeof(wmm_leader)-1);
++        if (iwe.u.data.length != 0) {
++            current_ev = iwe_stream_add_point(current_ev, end_buf, &iwe, buf);
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (cie->ie_ath != NULL) {
++        static const char ath_leader[] = "ath_ie=";
++
++        A_MEMZERO(&iwe, sizeof(iwe));
++        iwe.cmd = IWEVCUSTOM;
++        iwe.u.data.length = encode_ie(buf, sizeof(buf), cie->ie_ath,
++                                      cie->ie_ath[1]+2,
++                                      ath_leader, sizeof(ath_leader)-1);
++        if (iwe.u.data.length != 0) {
++            current_ev = iwe_stream_add_point(current_ev, end_buf, &iwe, buf);
++        }
++    }
++#endif /* WIRELESS_EXT > 14 */
++
++    param->current_ev = current_ev;
++}
++
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_giwscan(struct net_device *dev,
++            struct iw_request_info *info,
++            struct iw_point *data, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    struct ar_giwscan_param param;
++    int i;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    param.current_ev = extra;
++    param.end_buf = extra + IW_SCAN_MAX_DATA;
++    param.firstPass = TRUE;
++
++    /*
++     * Do two passes to insure WPA scan candidates
++     * are sorted to the front.  This is a hack to deal with
++     * the wireless extensions capping scan results at
++     * IW_SCAN_MAX_DATA bytes.  In densely populated environments
++     * it's easy to overflow this buffer (especially with WPA/RSN
++     * information elements).  Note this sorting hack does not
++     * guarantee we won't overflow anyway.
++     */
++    for (i = 0; i < 2; i++) {
++        /*
++         * Translate data to WE format.
++         */
++        wmi_iterate_nodes(ar->arWmi, ar6000_scan_node, &param);
++        param.firstPass = FALSE;
++        if (param.current_ev >= param.end_buf) {
++            data->length = param.current_ev - extra;
++            return -E2BIG;
++        }
++    }
++
++    if(!(data->length = param.current_ev - extra))
++        return -EAGAIN;
++    return 0;
++}
++
++extern int reconnect_flag;
++/* SIOCSIWESSID */
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_siwessid(struct net_device *dev,
++                     struct iw_request_info *info,
++                     struct iw_point *data, char *ssid)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT8     arNetworkType;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    /*
++     * iwconfig passes a null terminated string with length including this
++     * so we need to account for this
++     */
++    if (data->flags && (!data->length || (data->length == 1) ||
++        ((data->length - 1) > sizeof(ar->arSsid))))
++    {
++        /*
++         * ssid is invalid
++         */
++        return -EINVAL;
++    }
++    /* Added for bug 25178, return an IOCTL error instead of target returning
++       Illegal parameter error when either the BSSID or channel is missing
++       and we cannot scan during connect.
++     */
++    if (data->flags) {
++        if (ar->arSkipScan == TRUE &&
++            (ar->arChannelHint == 0 ||
++             (!ar->arReqBssid[0] && !ar->arReqBssid[1] && !ar->arReqBssid[2] &&
++              !ar->arReqBssid[3] && !ar->arReqBssid[4] && !ar->arReqBssid[5])))
++        {
++            return -EINVAL;
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++        return -ERESTARTSYS;
++    }
++
++    if (ar->arTxPending[WMI_CONTROL_PRI]) {
++        /*
++         * sleep until the command queue drains
++         */
++        wait_event_interruptible_timeout(arEvent,
++            ar->arTxPending[WMI_CONTROL_PRI] == 0, wmitimeout * HZ);
++        if (signal_pending(current)) {
++            return -EINTR;
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (!data->flags) {
++        arNetworkType = ar->arNetworkType;
++        ar6000_init_profile_info(ar);
++        ar->arNetworkType = arNetworkType;
++    }
++
++    if ((ar->arSsidLen) || (!data->flags))
++    {
++        if ((!data->flags) ||
++            (A_MEMCMP(ar->arSsid, ssid, ar->arSsidLen) != 0) ||
++            (ar->arSsidLen != (data->length)))
++        {
++            /*
++             * SSID set previously or essid off has been issued.
++             *
++             * Disconnect Command is issued in two cases after wmi is ready
++             * (1) ssid is different from the previous setting
++             * (2) essid off has been issued
++             *
++             */
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == TRUE) {
++                reconnect_flag = 0;
++                status = wmi_disconnect_cmd(ar->arWmi);
++                A_MEMZERO(ar->arSsid, sizeof(ar->arSsid));
++                ar->arSsidLen = 0;
++                if (ar->arSkipScan == FALSE) {
++                    A_MEMZERO(ar->arReqBssid, sizeof(ar->arReqBssid));
++                }
++                if (!data->flags) {
++                    up(&ar->arSem);
++                    return 0;
++                }
++            } else {
++                 up(&ar->arSem);
++            }
++        }
++        else
++        {
++            /*
++             * SSID is same, so we assume profile hasn't changed.
++             * If the interface is up and wmi is ready, we issue
++             * a reconnect cmd. Issue a reconnect only we are already
++             * connected.
++             */
++            if((ar->arConnected == TRUE) && (ar->arWmiReady == TRUE))
++            {
++                reconnect_flag = TRUE;
++                status = wmi_reconnect_cmd(ar->arWmi,ar->arReqBssid,
++                                           ar->arChannelHint);
++                up(&ar->arSem);
++                if (status != A_OK) {
++                    return -EIO;
++                }
++                return 0;
++            }
++            else{
++                /*
++                 * Dont return if connect is pending.
++                 */
++                if(!(ar->arConnectPending)) {
++                    up(&ar->arSem);
++                    return 0;
++                }
++            }
++        }
++    }
++
++    ar->arSsidLen = data->length;
++    A_MEMCPY(ar->arSsid, ssid, ar->arSsidLen);
++
++    /* The ssid length check prevents second "essid off" from the user,
++       to be treated as a connect cmd. The second "essid off" is ignored.
++    */
++    if((ar->arWmiReady == TRUE) && (ar->arSsidLen > 0) )
++    {
++        AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++        if (SHARED_AUTH == ar->arDot11AuthMode) {
++            ar6000_install_static_wep_keys(ar);
++        }
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Connect called with authmode %d dot11 auth %d"\
++                        " PW crypto %d PW crypto Len %d GRP crypto %d"\
++                        " GRP crypto Len %d\n",
++                        ar->arAuthMode, ar->arDot11AuthMode,
++                        ar->arPairwiseCrypto, ar->arPairwiseCryptoLen,
++                        ar->arGroupCrypto, ar->arGroupCryptoLen);
++        reconnect_flag = 0;
++        AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++        status = wmi_connect_cmd(ar->arWmi, ar->arNetworkType,
++                                 ar->arDot11AuthMode, ar->arAuthMode,
++                                 ar->arPairwiseCrypto, ar->arPairwiseCryptoLen,
++                                 ar->arGroupCrypto,ar->arGroupCryptoLen,
++                                 ar->arSsidLen, ar->arSsid,
++                                 ar->arReqBssid, ar->arChannelHint,
++                                 ar->arConnectCtrlFlags);
++
++
++        up(&ar->arSem);
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            return -EIO;
++        }
++        ar->arConnectPending = TRUE;
++    }else{
++      up(&ar->arSem);
++    }
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/* SIOCGIWESSID */
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_giwessid(struct net_device *dev,
++                     struct iw_request_info *info,
++                     struct iw_point *data, char *essid)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (!ar->arSsidLen) {
++        return -EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    data->flags = 1;
++    data->length = ar->arSsidLen;
++    A_MEMCPY(essid, ar->arSsid, ar->arSsidLen);
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++
++void ar6000_install_static_wep_keys(AR_SOFTC_T *ar)
++{
++    A_UINT8 index;
++    A_UINT8 keyUsage;
++
++    for (index = WMI_MIN_KEY_INDEX; index <= WMI_MAX_KEY_INDEX; index++) {
++        if (ar->arWepKeyList[index].arKeyLen) {
++            keyUsage = GROUP_USAGE;
++            if (index == ar->arDefTxKeyIndex) {
++                keyUsage |= TX_USAGE;
++            }
++            wmi_addKey_cmd(ar->arWmi,
++                           index,
++                           WEP_CRYPT,
++                           keyUsage,
++                           ar->arWepKeyList[index].arKeyLen,
++                           NULL,
++                           ar->arWepKeyList[index].arKey, KEY_OP_INIT_VAL,
++                           NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG);
++        }
++    }
++}
++
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_delkey(struct net_device *dev, struct iw_request_info *info,
++             void *w, char *extra)
++{
++    return 0;
++}
++
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_setmlme(struct net_device *dev, struct iw_request_info *info,
++             void *w, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    struct ieee80211req_mlme *mlme = (struct ieee80211req_mlme *)extra;
++
++    if ((ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) || (ar->arConnected != TRUE)) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    switch (mlme->im_op) {
++        case IEEE80211_MLME_DISASSOC:
++        case IEEE80211_MLME_DEAUTH:
++            /* Not Supported */
++            break;
++        default:
++            break;
++    }
++    return 0;
++}
++
++
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_setwmmparams(struct net_device *dev, struct iw_request_info *info,
++             void *w, char *extra)
++{
++    return -EIO;            /* for now */
++}
++
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_getwmmparams(struct net_device *dev, struct iw_request_info *info,
++             void *w, char *extra)
++{
++    return -EIO;            /* for now */
++}
++
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_setoptie(struct net_device *dev, struct iw_request_info *info,
++             void *w, char *extra)
++{
++    return 0;
++}
++
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_setauthalg(struct net_device *dev, struct iw_request_info *info,
++             void *w, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    struct ieee80211req_authalg *req = (struct ieee80211req_authalg *)extra;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_LOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    if (req->auth_alg == AUTH_ALG_OPEN_SYSTEM) {
++        ar->arDot11AuthMode  = OPEN_AUTH;
++    } else if (req->auth_alg == AUTH_ALG_LEAP) {
++        ar->arDot11AuthMode   = LEAP_AUTH;
++        ar->arPairwiseCrypto  = WEP_CRYPT;
++        ar->arGroupCrypto     = WEP_CRYPT;
++    } else {
++        ret = -EIO;
++    }
++
++    AR6000_SPIN_UNLOCK(&ar->arLock, 0);
++
++    return ret;
++}
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_addpmkid(struct net_device *dev, struct iw_request_info *info,
++             void *w, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    struct ieee80211req_addpmkid  *req = (struct ieee80211req_addpmkid *)extra;
++    A_STATUS status;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Add pmkid for %2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x en=%d\n",
++                    req->pi_bssid[0], req->pi_bssid[1], req->pi_bssid[2],
++                    req->pi_bssid[3], req->pi_bssid[4], req->pi_bssid[5],
++                    req->pi_enable);
++
++    status = wmi_setPmkid_cmd(ar->arWmi, req->pi_bssid, req->pi_pmkid,
++                              req->pi_enable);
++
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCSIWRATE
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_siwrate(struct net_device *dev,
++            struct iw_request_info *info,
++            struct iw_param *rrq, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    A_UINT32  kbps;
++
++    if (rrq->fixed) {
++        kbps = rrq->value / 1000;           /* rrq->value is in bps */
++    } else {
++        kbps = -1;                          /* -1 indicates auto rate */
++    }
++    if(kbps != -1 && wmi_validate_bitrate(ar->arWmi, kbps) == A_EINVAL)
++    {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("BitRate is not Valid %d\n", kbps);
++        return -EINVAL;
++    }
++    ar->arBitRate = kbps;
++    if(ar->arWmiReady == TRUE)
++    {
++        if (wmi_set_bitrate_cmd(ar->arWmi, kbps) != A_OK) {
++            return -EINVAL;
++        }
++    }
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCGIWRATE
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_giwrate(struct net_device *dev,
++            struct iw_request_info *info,
++            struct iw_param *rrq, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++        return -ERESTARTSYS;
++    }
++    if(ar->arWmiReady == TRUE)
++    {
++        ar->arBitRate = 0xFFFF;
++        if (wmi_get_bitrate_cmd(ar->arWmi) != A_OK) {
++            up(&ar->arSem);
++            return -EIO;
++        }
++        wait_event_interruptible_timeout(arEvent, ar->arBitRate != 0xFFFF, wmitimeout * HZ);
++        if (signal_pending(current)) {
++            ret = -EINTR;
++        }
++    }
++    /* If the interface is down or wmi is not ready or the target is not
++       connected - return the value stored in the device structure */
++    if (!ret) {
++        if (ar->arBitRate == -1) {
++            rrq->fixed = TRUE;
++            rrq->value = 0;
++        } else {
++            rrq->value = ar->arBitRate * 1000;
++        }
++    }
++
++    up(&ar->arSem);
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCSIWTXPOW
++ */
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_siwtxpow(struct net_device *dev,
++             struct iw_request_info *info,
++             struct iw_param *rrq, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    A_UINT8 dbM;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (rrq->disabled) {
++        return -EOPNOTSUPP;
++    }
++
++    if (rrq->fixed) {
++        if (rrq->flags != IW_TXPOW_DBM) {
++            return -EOPNOTSUPP;
++        }
++        ar->arTxPwr= dbM = rrq->value;
++        ar->arTxPwrSet = TRUE;
++    } else {
++        ar->arTxPwr = dbM = 0;
++        ar->arTxPwrSet = FALSE;
++    }
++    if(ar->arWmiReady == TRUE)
++    {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Set tx pwr cmd %d dbM\n", dbM);
++        wmi_set_txPwr_cmd(ar->arWmi, dbM);
++    }
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCGIWTXPOW
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_giwtxpow(struct net_device *dev,
++            struct iw_request_info *info,
++            struct iw_param *rrq, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++        return -ERESTARTSYS;
++    }
++    if((ar->arWmiReady == TRUE) && (ar->arConnected == TRUE))
++    {
++        ar->arTxPwr = 0;
++
++        if (wmi_get_txPwr_cmd(ar->arWmi) != A_OK) {
++            up(&ar->arSem);
++            return -EIO;
++        }
++
++        wait_event_interruptible_timeout(arEvent, ar->arTxPwr != 0, wmitimeout * HZ);
++
++        if (signal_pending(current)) {
++            ret = -EINTR;
++         }
++    }
++   /* If the interace is down or wmi is not ready or target is not connected
++      then return value stored in the device structure */
++
++    if (!ret) {
++         if (ar->arTxPwrSet == TRUE) {
++            rrq->fixed = TRUE;
++        }
++        rrq->value = ar->arTxPwr;
++        rrq->flags = IW_TXPOW_DBM;
++    }
++
++    up(&ar->arSem);
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCSIWRETRY
++ * since iwconfig only provides us with one max retry value, we use it
++ * to apply to data frames of the BE traffic class.
++ */
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_siwretry(struct net_device *dev,
++             struct iw_request_info *info,
++             struct iw_param *rrq, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (rrq->disabled) {
++        return -EOPNOTSUPP;
++    }
++
++    if ((rrq->flags & IW_RETRY_TYPE) != IW_RETRY_LIMIT) {
++        return -EOPNOTSUPP;
++    }
++
++    if ( !(rrq->value >= WMI_MIN_RETRIES) || !(rrq->value <= WMI_MAX_RETRIES)) {
++            return - EINVAL;
++    }
++    if(ar->arWmiReady == TRUE)
++    {
++        if (wmi_set_retry_limits_cmd(ar->arWmi, DATA_FRAMETYPE, WMM_AC_BE,
++                                     rrq->value, 0) != A_OK){
++            return -EINVAL;
++        }
++    }
++    ar->arMaxRetries = rrq->value;
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCGIWRETRY
++ */
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_giwretry(struct net_device *dev,
++             struct iw_request_info *info,
++             struct iw_param *rrq, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    rrq->disabled = 0;
++    switch (rrq->flags & IW_RETRY_TYPE) {
++    case IW_RETRY_LIFETIME:
++        return -EOPNOTSUPP;
++        break;
++    case IW_RETRY_LIMIT:
++        rrq->flags = IW_RETRY_LIMIT;
++        switch (rrq->flags & IW_RETRY_MODIFIER) {
++        case IW_RETRY_MIN:
++            rrq->flags |= IW_RETRY_MIN;
++            rrq->value = WMI_MIN_RETRIES;
++            break;
++        case IW_RETRY_MAX:
++            rrq->flags |= IW_RETRY_MAX;
++            rrq->value = ar->arMaxRetries;
++            break;
++        }
++        break;
++    }
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCSIWENCODE
++ */
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_siwencode(struct net_device *dev,
++              struct iw_request_info *info,
++              struct iw_point *erq, char *keybuf)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    int index;
++    A_INT32 auth = ar->arDot11AuthMode;
++    /*
++     *  Static WEP Keys should be configured before setting the SSID
++     */
++    if (ar->arSsidLen) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    index = erq->flags & IW_ENCODE_INDEX;
++
++    if (index && (((index - 1) < WMI_MIN_KEY_INDEX) ||
++                  ((index - 1) > WMI_MAX_KEY_INDEX)))
++    {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (erq->flags & IW_ENCODE_DISABLED) {
++        /*
++         * Encryption disabled
++         */
++        if (index) {
++            /*
++             * If key index was specified then clear the specified key
++             */
++            index--;
++            A_MEMZERO(ar->arWepKeyList[index].arKey,
++                      sizeof(ar->arWepKeyList[index].arKey));
++            ar->arWepKeyList[index].arKeyLen = 0;
++        }
++        ar->arDot11AuthMode       = OPEN_AUTH;
++        ar->arPairwiseCrypto      = NONE_CRYPT;
++        ar->arGroupCrypto         = NONE_CRYPT;
++        ar->arAuthMode            = NONE_AUTH;
++    } else {
++        /*
++         * Enabling WEP encryption
++         */
++        if (index) {
++            index--;                /* keyindex is off base 1 in iwconfig */
++        }
++
++        if (erq->flags & IW_ENCODE_OPEN) {
++            auth = OPEN_AUTH;
++        } else if (erq->flags & IW_ENCODE_RESTRICTED) {
++            auth = SHARED_AUTH;
++        }
++
++        if (erq->length) {
++            if (!IEEE80211_IS_VALID_WEP_CIPHER_LEN(erq->length)) {
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++
++            A_MEMZERO(ar->arWepKeyList[index].arKey,
++                      sizeof(ar->arWepKeyList[index].arKey));
++            A_MEMCPY(ar->arWepKeyList[index].arKey, keybuf, erq->length);
++            ar->arWepKeyList[index].arKeyLen = erq->length;
++        } else {
++            if (ar->arWepKeyList[index].arKeyLen == 0) {
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++            ar->arDefTxKeyIndex = index;
++        }
++
++        ar->arPairwiseCrypto      = WEP_CRYPT;
++        ar->arGroupCrypto         = WEP_CRYPT;
++        ar->arDot11AuthMode       = auth;
++        ar->arAuthMode            = NONE_AUTH;
++    }
++
++    /*
++     * profile has changed.  Erase ssid to signal change
++     */
++    A_MEMZERO(ar->arSsid, sizeof(ar->arSsid));
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_giwencode(struct net_device *dev,
++              struct iw_request_info *info,
++              struct iw_point *erq, char *key)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    A_UINT8 keyIndex;
++    struct ar_wep_key *wk;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (ar->arPairwiseCrypto == NONE_CRYPT) {
++        erq->length = 0;
++        erq->flags = IW_ENCODE_DISABLED;
++    } else {
++        /* get the keyIndex */
++        keyIndex = erq->flags & IW_ENCODE_INDEX;
++        if (0 == keyIndex) {
++            keyIndex = ar->arDefTxKeyIndex;
++        } else if ((keyIndex - 1 < WMI_MIN_KEY_INDEX) ||
++                   (keyIndex - 1 > WMI_MAX_KEY_INDEX))
++        {
++            keyIndex = WMI_MIN_KEY_INDEX;
++        } else {
++            keyIndex--;
++        }
++        erq->flags = keyIndex + 1;
++        erq->flags |= IW_ENCODE_ENABLED;
++        wk = &ar->arWepKeyList[keyIndex];
++        if (erq->length > wk->arKeyLen) {
++            erq->length = wk->arKeyLen;
++        }
++        if (wk->arKeyLen) {
++            A_MEMCPY(key, wk->arKey, erq->length);
++        }
++        if (ar->arDot11AuthMode == OPEN_AUTH) {
++            erq->flags |= IW_ENCODE_OPEN;
++        } else if (ar->arDot11AuthMode == SHARED_AUTH) {
++            erq->flags |= IW_ENCODE_RESTRICTED;
++        }
++    }
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++static int
++ar6000_ioctl_setparam(struct net_device *dev,
++                      struct iw_request_info *info,
++                      void *erq, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    int *i = (int *)extra;
++    int param = i[0];
++    int value = i[1];
++    int ret = 0;
++    A_BOOL profChanged = FALSE;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    switch (param) {
++        case IEEE80211_PARAM_WPA:
++            switch (value) {
++                case WPA_MODE_WPA1:
++                    ar->arAuthMode = WPA_AUTH;
++                    profChanged    = TRUE;
++                    break;
++                case WPA_MODE_WPA2:
++                    ar->arAuthMode = WPA2_AUTH;
++                    profChanged    = TRUE;
++                    break;
++                case WPA_MODE_NONE:
++                    ar->arAuthMode = NONE_AUTH;
++                    profChanged    = TRUE;
++                    break;
++            }
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_PARAM_AUTHMODE:
++            switch(value) {
++                case IEEE80211_AUTH_WPA_PSK:
++                    if (WPA_AUTH == ar->arAuthMode) {
++                        ar->arAuthMode = WPA_PSK_AUTH;
++                        profChanged    = TRUE;
++                    } else if (WPA2_AUTH == ar->arAuthMode) {
++                        ar->arAuthMode = WPA2_PSK_AUTH;
++                        profChanged    = TRUE;
++                    } else {
++                        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF("Error -  Setting PSK mode when WPA "\
++                                        "param was set to %d\n",
++                                        ar->arAuthMode);
++                        ret = -1;
++                    }
++                    break;
++                case IEEE80211_AUTH_WPA_CCKM:
++                    if (WPA2_AUTH == ar->arAuthMode) {
++                        ar->arAuthMode = WPA2_AUTH_CCKM;
++                    } else {
++                        ar->arAuthMode = WPA_AUTH_CCKM;
++                    }
++                    break;
++                default:
++                    break;
++            }
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_PARAM_UCASTCIPHER:
++            switch (value) {
++                case IEEE80211_CIPHER_AES_CCM:
++                    ar->arPairwiseCrypto = AES_CRYPT;
++                    profChanged          = TRUE;
++                    break;
++                case IEEE80211_CIPHER_TKIP:
++                    ar->arPairwiseCrypto = TKIP_CRYPT;
++                    profChanged          = TRUE;
++                    break;
++                case IEEE80211_CIPHER_WEP:
++                    ar->arPairwiseCrypto = WEP_CRYPT;
++                    profChanged          = TRUE;
++                    break;
++                case IEEE80211_CIPHER_NONE:
++                    ar->arPairwiseCrypto = NONE_CRYPT;
++                    profChanged          = TRUE;
++                    break;
++            }
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_PARAM_UCASTKEYLEN:
++            if (!IEEE80211_IS_VALID_WEP_CIPHER_LEN(value)) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else {
++                ar->arPairwiseCryptoLen = value;
++            }
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_PARAM_MCASTCIPHER:
++            switch (value) {
++                case IEEE80211_CIPHER_AES_CCM:
++                    ar->arGroupCrypto = AES_CRYPT;
++                    profChanged       = TRUE;
++                    break;
++                case IEEE80211_CIPHER_TKIP:
++                    ar->arGroupCrypto = TKIP_CRYPT;
++                    profChanged       = TRUE;
++                    break;
++                case IEEE80211_CIPHER_WEP:
++                    ar->arGroupCrypto = WEP_CRYPT;
++                    profChanged       = TRUE;
++                    break;
++                case IEEE80211_CIPHER_NONE:
++                    ar->arGroupCrypto = NONE_CRYPT;
++                    profChanged       = TRUE;
++                    break;
++            }
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_PARAM_MCASTKEYLEN:
++            if (!IEEE80211_IS_VALID_WEP_CIPHER_LEN(value)) {
++                ret = -EIO;
++            } else {
++                ar->arGroupCryptoLen = value;
++            }
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_PARAM_COUNTERMEASURES:
++            if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++                return -EIO;
++            }
++            wmi_set_tkip_countermeasures_cmd(ar->arWmi, value);
++            break;
++        default:
++            break;
++    }
++
++    if (profChanged == TRUE) {
++        /*
++         * profile has changed.  Erase ssid to signal change
++         */
++        A_MEMZERO(ar->arSsid, sizeof(ar->arSsid));
++    }
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_getparam(struct net_device *dev, struct iw_request_info *info,
++            void *w, char *extra)
++{
++    return -EIO;            /* for now */
++}
++
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_setkey(struct net_device *dev, struct iw_request_info *info,
++             void *w, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    struct ieee80211req_key *ik = (struct ieee80211req_key *)extra;
++    KEY_USAGE keyUsage;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    CRYPTO_TYPE keyType = NONE_CRYPT;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    ar->user_saved_keys.keyOk = FALSE;
++
++    if ( 0 == memcmp(ik->ik_macaddr, "\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00",
++                     IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN)) {
++        keyUsage = GROUP_USAGE;
++        A_MEMCPY(&ar->user_saved_keys.bcast_ik, ik,
++                 sizeof(struct ieee80211req_key));
++    } else {
++        keyUsage = PAIRWISE_USAGE;
++        A_MEMCPY(&ar->user_saved_keys.ucast_ik, ik,
++                 sizeof(struct ieee80211req_key));
++    }
++
++    switch (ik->ik_type) {
++        case IEEE80211_CIPHER_WEP:
++            keyType = WEP_CRYPT;
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_CIPHER_TKIP:
++            keyType = TKIP_CRYPT;
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_CIPHER_AES_CCM:
++            keyType = AES_CRYPT;
++            break;
++        default:
++            break;
++    }
++    ar->user_saved_keys.keyType = keyType;
++
++    if (IEEE80211_CIPHER_CCKM_KRK != ik->ik_type) {
++        if (NONE_CRYPT == keyType) {
++            return -EIO;
++        }
++
++        status = wmi_addKey_cmd(ar->arWmi, ik->ik_keyix, keyType, keyUsage,
++                                ik->ik_keylen, (A_UINT8 *)&ik->ik_keyrsc,
++                                ik->ik_keydata, KEY_OP_INIT_VAL,
++                                SYNC_BEFORE_WMIFLAG);
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            return -EIO;
++        }
++    } else {
++        status = wmi_add_krk_cmd(ar->arWmi, ik->ik_keydata);
++    }
++
++    ar->user_saved_keys.keyOk = TRUE;
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++
++/*
++ * SIOCGIWNAME
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_giwname(struct net_device *dev,
++           struct iw_request_info *info,
++           char *name, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    switch (ar->arPhyCapability) {
++    case (WMI_11A_CAPABILITY):
++        strncpy(name, "AR6000 802.11a", IFNAMSIZ);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_11G_CAPABILITY):
++        strncpy(name, "AR6000 802.11g", IFNAMSIZ);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_11AG_CAPABILITY):
++        strncpy(name, "AR6000 802.11ag", IFNAMSIZ);
++        break;
++    default:
++        strncpy(name, "AR6000 802.11", IFNAMSIZ);
++        break;
++    }
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCSIWFREQ
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_siwfreq(struct net_device *dev,
++            struct iw_request_info *info,
++            struct iw_freq *freq, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    /*
++     * We support limiting the channels via wmiconfig.
++     *
++     * We use this command to configure the channel hint for the connect cmd
++     * so it is possible the target will end up connecting to a different
++     * channel.
++     */
++    if (freq->e > 1) {
++        return -EINVAL;
++    } else if (freq->e == 1) {
++        ar->arChannelHint = freq->m / 100000;
++    } else {
++        ar->arChannelHint = wlan_ieee2freq(freq->m);
++    }
++
++    A_PRINTF("channel hint set to %d\n", ar->arChannelHint);
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCGIWFREQ
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_giwfreq(struct net_device *dev,
++                struct iw_request_info *info,
++                struct iw_freq *freq, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (ar->arConnected != TRUE) {
++        return -EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    freq->m = ar->arBssChannel * 100000;
++    freq->e = 1;
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCSIWMODE
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_siwmode(struct net_device *dev,
++            struct iw_request_info *info,
++            __u32 *mode, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    switch (*mode) {
++    case IW_MODE_INFRA:
++        ar->arNetworkType = INFRA_NETWORK;
++        break;
++    case IW_MODE_ADHOC:
++        ar->arNetworkType = ADHOC_NETWORK;
++        break;
++    default:
++        return -EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCGIWMODE
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_giwmode(struct net_device *dev,
++            struct iw_request_info *info,
++            __u32 *mode, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    switch (ar->arNetworkType) {
++    case INFRA_NETWORK:
++        *mode = IW_MODE_INFRA;
++        break;
++    case ADHOC_NETWORK:
++        *mode = IW_MODE_ADHOC;
++        break;
++    default:
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCSIWSENS
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_siwsens(struct net_device *dev,
++            struct iw_request_info *info,
++            struct iw_param *sens, char *extra)
++{
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCGIWSENS
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_giwsens(struct net_device *dev,
++            struct iw_request_info *info,
++            struct iw_param *sens, char *extra)
++{
++    sens->value = 0;
++    sens->fixed = 1;
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCGIWRANGE
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_giwrange(struct net_device *dev,
++             struct iw_request_info *info,
++             struct iw_point *data, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    struct iw_range *range = (struct iw_range *) extra;
++    int i, ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (down_interruptible(&ar->arSem)) {
++        return -ERESTARTSYS;
++    }
++    ar->arNumChannels = -1;
++    A_MEMZERO(ar->arChannelList, sizeof (ar->arChannelList));
++
++    if (wmi_get_channelList_cmd(ar->arWmi) != A_OK) {
++        up(&ar->arSem);
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    wait_event_interruptible_timeout(arEvent, ar->arNumChannels != -1, wmitimeout * HZ);
++
++    if (signal_pending(current)) {
++        up(&ar->arSem);
++        return -EINTR;
++    }
++
++    data->length = sizeof(struct iw_range);
++    A_MEMZERO(range, sizeof(struct iw_range));
++
++    range->txpower_capa = 0;
++
++    range->min_pmp = 1 * 1024;
++    range->max_pmp = 65535 * 1024;
++    range->min_pmt = 1 * 1024;
++    range->max_pmt = 1000 * 1024;
++    range->pmp_flags = IW_POWER_PERIOD;
++    range->pmt_flags = IW_POWER_TIMEOUT;
++    range->pm_capa = 0;
++
++    range->we_version_compiled = WIRELESS_EXT;
++    range->we_version_source = 13;
++
++    range->retry_capa = IW_RETRY_LIMIT;
++    range->retry_flags = IW_RETRY_LIMIT;
++    range->min_retry = 0;
++    range->max_retry = 255;
++
++    range->num_frequency = range->num_channels = ar->arNumChannels;
++    for (i = 0; i < ar->arNumChannels; i++) {
++        range->freq[i].i = wlan_freq2ieee(ar->arChannelList[i]);
++        range->freq[i].m = ar->arChannelList[i] * 100000;
++        range->freq[i].e = 1;
++         /*
++         * Linux supports max of 32 channels, bail out once you
++         * reach the max.
++         */
++        if (i == IW_MAX_FREQUENCIES) {
++            break;
++        }
++    }
++
++    /* Max quality is max field value minus noise floor */
++    range->max_qual.qual  = 0xff - 161;
++
++    /*
++     * In order to use dBm measurements, 'level' must be lower
++     * than any possible measurement (see iw_print_stats() in
++     * wireless tools).  It's unclear how this is meant to be
++     * done, but setting zero in these values forces dBm and
++     * the actual numbers are not used.
++     */
++    range->max_qual.level = 0;
++    range->max_qual.noise = 0;
++
++    range->sensitivity = 3;
++
++    range->max_encoding_tokens = 4;
++    /* XXX query driver to find out supported key sizes */
++    range->num_encoding_sizes = 3;
++    range->encoding_size[0] = 5;        /* 40-bit */
++    range->encoding_size[1] = 13;       /* 104-bit */
++    range->encoding_size[2] = 16;       /* 128-bit */
++
++    range->num_bitrates = 0;
++
++    /* estimated maximum TCP throughput values (bps) */
++    range->throughput = 22000000;
++
++    range->min_rts = 0;
++    range->max_rts = 2347;
++    range->min_frag = 256;
++    range->max_frag = 2346;
++
++    up(&ar->arSem);
++
++    return ret;
++}
++
++
++/*
++ * SIOCSIWAP
++ * This ioctl is used to set the desired bssid for the connect command.
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_siwap(struct net_device *dev,
++              struct iw_request_info *info,
++              struct sockaddr *ap_addr, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (ap_addr->sa_family != ARPHRD_ETHER) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (A_MEMCMP(&ap_addr->sa_data, bcast_mac, AR6000_ETH_ADDR_LEN) == 0) {
++        A_MEMZERO(ar->arReqBssid, sizeof(ar->arReqBssid));
++    } else {
++        A_MEMCPY(ar->arReqBssid, &ap_addr->sa_data,  sizeof(ar->arReqBssid));
++    }
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCGIWAP
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_giwap(struct net_device *dev,
++              struct iw_request_info *info,
++              struct sockaddr *ap_addr, char *extra)
++{
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (ar->arConnected != TRUE) {
++        return -EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    A_MEMCPY(&ap_addr->sa_data, ar->arBssid, sizeof(ar->arBssid));
++    ap_addr->sa_family = ARPHRD_ETHER;
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCGIWAPLIST
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_iwaplist(struct net_device *dev,
++            struct iw_request_info *info,
++            struct iw_point *data, char *extra)
++{
++    return -EIO;            /* for now */
++}
++
++/*
++ * SIOCGIWSCAN
++ */
++int
++ar6000_ioctl_siwscan(struct net_device *dev,
++                     struct iw_request_info *info,
++                     struct iw_point *data, char *extra)
++{
++#define ACT_DWELLTIME_DEFAULT   105
++#define HOME_TXDRAIN_TIME       100
++#define SCAN_INT                HOME_TXDRAIN_TIME + ACT_DWELLTIME_DEFAULT
++    AR_SOFTC_T *ar = (AR_SOFTC_T *)dev->priv;
++    int ret = 0;
++
++    if (ar->arWmiReady == FALSE) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (ar->arWlanState == WLAN_DISABLED) {
++        return -EIO;
++    }
++
++    if (wmi_startscan_cmd(ar->arWmi, WMI_LONG_SCAN, FALSE, FALSE, \
++                          HOME_TXDRAIN_TIME, SCAN_INT) != A_OK) {
++        ret = -EIO;
++    }
++
++    return ret;
++#undef  ACT_DWELLTIME_DEFAULT
++#undef HOME_TXDRAIN_TIME
++#undef SCAN_INT
++}
++
++
++/*
++ * Units are in db above the noise floor. That means the
++ * rssi values reported in the tx/rx descriptors in the
++ * driver are the SNR expressed in db.
++ *
++ * If you assume that the noise floor is -95, which is an
++ * excellent assumption 99.5 % of the time, then you can
++ * derive the absolute signal level (i.e. -95 + rssi).
++ * There are some other slight factors to take into account
++ * depending on whether the rssi measurement is from 11b,
++ * 11g, or 11a.   These differences are at most 2db and
++ * can be documented.
++ *
++ * NB: various calculations are based on the orinoco/wavelan
++ *     drivers for compatibility
++ */
++static void
++ar6000_set_quality(struct iw_quality *iq, A_INT8 rssi)
++{
++    if (rssi < 0) {
++        iq->qual = 0;
++    } else {
++        iq->qual = rssi;
++    }
++
++    /* NB: max is 94 because noise is hardcoded to 161 */
++    if (iq->qual > 94)
++        iq->qual = 94;
++
++    iq->noise = 161;        /* -95dBm */
++    iq->level = iq->noise + iq->qual;
++    iq->updated = 7;
++}
++
++
++/* Structures to export the Wireless Handlers */
++static const iw_handler ath_handlers[] = {
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* SIOCSIWCOMMIT */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwname,          /* SIOCGIWNAME */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* SIOCSIWNWID */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* SIOCGIWNWID */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwfreq,          /* SIOCSIWFREQ */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwfreq,          /* SIOCGIWFREQ */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwmode,          /* SIOCSIWMODE */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwmode,          /* SIOCGIWMODE */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwsens,          /* SIOCSIWSENS */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwsens,          /* SIOCGIWSENS */
++    (iw_handler) NULL /* not _used */,          /* SIOCSIWRANGE */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwrange,         /* SIOCGIWRANGE */
++    (iw_handler) NULL /* not used */,           /* SIOCSIWPRIV */
++    (iw_handler) NULL /* kernel code */,        /* SIOCGIWPRIV */
++    (iw_handler) NULL /* not used */,           /* SIOCSIWSTATS */
++    (iw_handler) NULL /* kernel code */,        /* SIOCGIWSTATS */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* SIOCSIWSPY */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* SIOCGIWSPY */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* SIOCSIWTHRSPY */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* SIOCGIWTHRSPY */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwap,            /* SIOCSIWAP */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwap,            /* SIOCGIWAP */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* -- hole -- */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_iwaplist,         /* SIOCGIWAPLIST */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwscan,          /* SIOCSIWSCAN */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwscan,          /* SIOCGIWSCAN */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwessid,         /* SIOCSIWESSID */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwessid,         /* SIOCGIWESSID */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* SIOCSIWNICKN */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* SIOCGIWNICKN */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* -- hole -- */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* -- hole -- */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwrate,          /* SIOCSIWRATE */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwrate,          /* SIOCGIWRATE */
++#ifdef NOTYET
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwrts,           /* SIOCSIWRTS */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwrts,           /* SIOCGIWRTS */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwfrag,          /* SIOCSIWFRAG */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwfrag,          /* SIOCGIWFRAG */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwtxpow,         /* SIOCSIWTXPOW */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwtxpow,         /* SIOCGIWTXPOW */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwretry,         /* SIOCSIWRETRY */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwretry,         /* SIOCGIWRETRY */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwencode,        /* SIOCSIWENCODE */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwencode,        /* SIOCGIWENCODE */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwpower,         /* SIOCSIWPOWER */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwpower,         /* SIOCGIWPOWER */
++#else
++    (iw_handler) NULL,           /* SIOCSIWRTS */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,           /* SIOCGIWRTS */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,          /* SIOCSIWFRAG */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,          /* SIOCGIWFRAG */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwtxpow,         /* SIOCSIWTXPOW */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwtxpow,         /* SIOCGIWTXPOW */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwretry,         /* SIOCSIWRETRY */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwretry,         /* SIOCGIWRETRY */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_siwencode,        /* SIOCSIWENCODE */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_giwencode,        /* SIOCGIWENCODE */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,         /* SIOCSIWPOWER */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,         /* SIOCGIWPOWER */
++#endif  /* NOTYET */
++};
++
++static const iw_handler ath_priv_handlers[] = {
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_setparam,         /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+0 */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_getparam,         /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+1 */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_setkey,           /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+2 */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_setwmmparams,     /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+3 */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_delkey,           /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+4 */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_getwmmparams,     /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+5 */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+6 */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+7 */
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_addpmkid,         /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+8 */
++    (iw_handler) NULL,                          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+9 */
++#ifdef NOT_YET
++    (iw_handler) ar6000_ioctl_setauthalg,       /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+10 */
++#endif
++};
++
++
++#ifdef __ATH_CENTRAL_IOCTL_DISPATCHER___
++/* Structures to export the Wireless Handlers */
++static const iw_handler ath_central_public_ioctl_handler[] = {
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWCOMMIT */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWNAME */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWNWID */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWNWID */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWFREQ */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWFREQ */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWMODE */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWMODE */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWSENS */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWSENS */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* not _used */          /* SIOCSIWRANGE */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWRANGE */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* not used */           /* SIOCSIWPRIV */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* kernel code */        /* SIOCGIWPRIV */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* not used */           /* SIOCSIWSTATS */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* kernel code */        /* SIOCGIWSTATS */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWSPY */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWSPY */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWTHRSPY */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWTHRSPY */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWAP */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWAP */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* -- hole -- */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWAPLIST */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWSCAN */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWSCAN */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWESSID */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWESSID */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWNICKN */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWNICKN */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* -- hole -- */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* -- hole -- */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWRATE */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWRATE */
++#ifdef NOTYET
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWRTS */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWRTS */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWFRAG */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWFRAG */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWTXPOW */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWTXPOW */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWRETRY */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWRETRY */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWENCODE */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWENCODE */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWPOWER */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWPOWER */
++#else
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWRTS */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWRTS */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWFRAG */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWFRAG */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWTXPOW */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWTXPOW */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWRETRY */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWRETRY */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWENCODE */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWENCODE */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCSIWPOWER */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCGIWPOWER */
++#endif  /* NOTYET */
++};
++
++static const iw_handler ath_central_priv_ioctl_handler[] = {
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+0 */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+1 */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+2 */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+3 */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+4 */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+5 */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+6 */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+7 */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+8 */
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+9 */
++#ifdef NOT_YET
++    (iw_handler) ath_ioctl_dispatcher,          /* SIOCWFIRSTPRIV+10 */
++#endif
++};
++
++#endif /* __ATH_CENTRAL_IOCTL_DISPATCHER___ */
++
++
++#define IW_PRIV_TYPE_KEY \
++    (IW_PRIV_TYPE_BYTE | sizeof(struct ieee80211req_key))
++#define IW_PRIV_TYPE_DELKEY \
++    (IW_PRIV_TYPE_BYTE | sizeof(struct ieee80211req_del_key))
++#define IW_PRIV_TYPE_MLME \
++    (IW_PRIV_TYPE_BYTE | sizeof(struct ieee80211req_mlme))
++#define IW_PRIV_TYPE_ADDPMKID \
++    (IW_PRIV_TYPE_BYTE | sizeof(struct ieee80211req_addpmkid))
++
++static const struct iw_priv_args ar6000_priv_args[] = {
++    { IEEE80211_IOCTL_SETKEY,
++      IW_PRIV_TYPE_KEY | IW_PRIV_SIZE_FIXED, 0,       "setkey"},
++    { IEEE80211_IOCTL_DELKEY,
++      IW_PRIV_TYPE_DELKEY | IW_PRIV_SIZE_FIXED, 0,    "delkey"},
++    { IEEE80211_IOCTL_SETPARAM,
++      IW_PRIV_TYPE_INT | IW_PRIV_SIZE_FIXED | 2, 0,   "setparam"},
++    { IEEE80211_IOCTL_GETPARAM,
++      IW_PRIV_TYPE_INT | IW_PRIV_SIZE_FIXED | 1,
++      IW_PRIV_TYPE_INT | IW_PRIV_SIZE_FIXED | 1,      "getparam"},
++    { IEEE80211_IOCTL_SETWMMPARAMS,
++      IW_PRIV_TYPE_INT | IW_PRIV_SIZE_FIXED | 4, 0,   "setwmmparams"},
++    { IEEE80211_IOCTL_GETWMMPARAMS,
++      IW_PRIV_TYPE_INT | IW_PRIV_SIZE_FIXED | 3,
++      IW_PRIV_TYPE_INT | IW_PRIV_SIZE_FIXED | 1,      "getwmmparams"},
++    { IEEE80211_IOCTL_ADDPMKID,
++      IW_PRIV_TYPE_ADDPMKID | IW_PRIV_SIZE_FIXED, 0,  "addpmkid"},
++};
++
++void ar6000_ioctl_iwsetup(struct iw_handler_def *def)
++{
++#define N(a) (sizeof(a) / sizeof(a[0]))
++    def->private_args = (struct iw_priv_args *)ar6000_priv_args;
++    def->num_private_args = N(ar6000_priv_args);
++#undef N
++}
++
++struct iw_handler_def ath_iw_handler_def = {
++#define N(a) (sizeof (a) / sizeof (a[0]))
++#ifdef  __ATH_CENTRAL_IOCTL_DISPATCHER___
++    .standard         = (iw_handler *)ath_central_public_ioctl_handler,
++    .num_standard     = N(ath_central_public_ioctl_handler),
++    .private          = (iw_handler *)ath_central_priv_ioctl_handler,
++    .num_private      = N(ath_central_priv_ioctl_handler),
++#else
++    .standard         = (iw_handler *)ath_handlers,
++    .num_standard     = N(ath_handlers),
++    .private          = (iw_handler *)ath_priv_handlers,
++    .num_private      = N(ath_priv_handlers),
++#endif /* __ATH_CENTRAL_IOCTL_DISPATCHER___ */
++#undef N
++};
++
++#ifdef __ATH_CENTRAL_IOCTL_DISPATCHER___
++/* When this function is required on some platform other IBM-PC,
++ * porting is required for that platform
++ */
++void
++ath_external_trigger(int val)
++{
++#ifdef CONFIG_X86
++    unsigned short iobase = 0x3f8; /* COM1 */
++    unsigned short offset = 0x4;   /* Modem Control Register */
++    unsigned char reg = 0;
++
++    if (!allow_trace_signal) {
++            /* the setting of DTR can actually affect some terminal console programs (like TeraTerm)
++             * provide a way to bypass this incase this is on by default */
++        return;
++    }
++
++    /* Bit 0 is DTR. Drive DTR */
++    reg |= (val) ? 0x1 : 0;
++
++    outb(reg, iobase+offset);
++#endif  /* CONFIG_X86 */
++}
++
++static int
++ath_ioctl_dispatcher(struct net_device *dev,
++              struct iw_request_info *info,
++              struct iw_point *erq, char *key)
++{
++    unsigned int index;
++    int ret = -EOPNOTSUPP;
++    const iw_handler *handlers;
++
++    if (info->cmd >= SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV && info->cmd <= SIOCIWLASTPRIV) {
++        handlers = ath_priv_handlers;
++        index = info->cmd - SIOCIWFIRSTPRIV;
++    } else {
++        handlers = ath_handlers;
++        index = info->cmd - SIOCIWFIRST;
++    }
++
++    if (handlers[index]) {
++        ath_external_trigger(1);
++        ret =  (handlers[index](dev, info, (union iwreq_data *)erq, key));
++        if (allow_trace_signal) {
++            /* Add some (fixed) delay for scope viewing */
++            mdelay(5);
++        }
++        ath_external_trigger(0);
++    }
++
++    return ret;
++}
++#endif /* __ATH_CENTRAL_IOCTL_DISPATCHER___ */
++
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/bmi/bmi.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/bmi/bmi.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,657 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "hif.h"
++#include "bmi.h"
++#include "htc_api.h"
++#include "bmi_internal.h"
++
++/*
++Although we had envisioned BMI to run on top of HTC, this is not what the
++final implementation boiled down to on dragon. Its a part of BSP and does
++not use the HTC protocol either. On the host side, however, we were still
++living with the original idea. I think the time has come to accept the truth
++and separate it from HTC which has been carrying BMI's burden all this while.
++It shall make HTC state machine relatively simpler
++*/
++
++/* APIs visible to the driver */
++void
++BMIInit(void)
++{
++    bmiDone = FALSE;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIDone(HIF_DEVICE *device)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 cid;
++
++    if (bmiDone) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF (ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMIDone skipped\n"));
++        return A_OK;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI Done: Enter (device: 0x%p)\n", device));
++    bmiDone = TRUE;
++    cid = BMI_DONE;
++
++    status = bmiBufferSend(device, (A_UCHAR *)&cid, sizeof(cid));
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to write to the device\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI Done: Exit\n"));
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIGetTargetInfo(HIF_DEVICE *device, struct bmi_target_info *targ_info)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 cid;
++
++    if (bmiDone) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Command disallowed\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI Get Target Info: Enter (device: 0x%p)\n", device));
++    cid = BMI_GET_TARGET_INFO;
++
++    status = bmiBufferSend(device, (A_UCHAR *)&cid, sizeof(cid));
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to write to the device\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    status = bmiBufferReceive(device, (A_UCHAR *)&targ_info->target_ver,
++                                                sizeof(targ_info->target_ver));
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to read Target Version from the device\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    if (targ_info->target_ver == TARGET_VERSION_SENTINAL) {
++        /* Determine how many bytes are in the Target's targ_info */
++        status = bmiBufferReceive(device, (A_UCHAR *)&targ_info->target_info_byte_count,
++                                            sizeof(targ_info->target_info_byte_count));
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to read Target Info Byte Count from the device\n"));
++            return A_ERROR;
++        }
++
++        /*
++         * The Target's targ_info doesn't match the Host's targ_info.
++         * We need to do some backwards compatibility work to make this OK.
++         */
++        A_ASSERT(targ_info->target_info_byte_count == sizeof(*targ_info));
++
++        /* Read the remainder of the targ_info */
++        status = bmiBufferReceive(device,
++                        ((A_UCHAR *)targ_info)+sizeof(targ_info->target_info_byte_count),
++                        sizeof(*targ_info)-sizeof(targ_info->target_info_byte_count));
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to read Target Info (%d bytes) from the device\n",
++                        					targ_info->target_info_byte_count));
++            return A_ERROR;
++        }
++    } else {
++        /*
++         * Target must be an AR6001 whose firmware does not
++         * support BMI_GET_TARGET_INFO.  Construct the data
++         * that it would have sent.
++         */
++        targ_info->target_info_byte_count = sizeof(targ_info);
++        targ_info->target_type = TARGET_TYPE_AR6001;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI Get Target Info: Exit (ver: 0x%x type: 0x%x)\n",
++        							targ_info->target_ver, targ_info->target_type));
++    printk("BMI Get Target Info: Exit (ver: 0x%x type: 0x%x)\n",
++	   targ_info->target_ver, targ_info->target_type);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIReadMemory(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++              A_UINT32 address,
++              A_UCHAR *buffer,
++              A_UINT32 length)
++{
++    A_UINT32 cid;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 offset;
++    A_UINT32 remaining, rxlen;
++    static A_UCHAR data[BMI_DATASZ_MAX + sizeof(cid) + sizeof(address) + sizeof(length)];
++    memset (&data, 0, BMI_DATASZ_MAX + sizeof(cid) + sizeof(address) + sizeof(length));
++
++    if (bmiDone) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Command disallowed\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI,
++       			("BMI Read Memory: Enter (device: 0x%p, address: 0x%x, length: %d)\n",
++        			device, address, length));
++
++    cid = BMI_READ_MEMORY;
++
++    remaining = length;
++
++    while (remaining)
++    {
++        rxlen = (remaining < BMI_DATASZ_MAX) ? remaining : BMI_DATASZ_MAX;
++        offset = 0;
++        A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &cid, sizeof(cid));
++        offset += sizeof(cid);
++        A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &address, sizeof(address));
++        offset += sizeof(address);
++        A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &rxlen, sizeof(rxlen));
++        offset += sizeof(length);
++
++        status = bmiBufferSend(device, data, offset);
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to write to the device\n"));
++            return A_ERROR;
++        }
++        status = bmiBufferReceive(device, data, rxlen);
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to read from the device\n"));
++            return A_ERROR;
++        }
++        A_MEMCPY(&buffer[length - remaining], data, rxlen);
++        remaining -= rxlen; address += rxlen;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI Read Memory: Exit\n"));
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIWriteMemory(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++               A_UINT32 address,
++               A_UCHAR *buffer,
++               A_UINT32 length)
++{
++    A_UINT32 cid;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 offset;
++    A_UINT32 remaining, txlen;
++    const A_UINT32 header = sizeof(cid) + sizeof(address) + sizeof(length);
++    static A_UCHAR data[BMI_DATASZ_MAX + sizeof(cid) + sizeof(address) + sizeof(length)];
++	memset (&data, 0, header);
++
++    if (bmiDone) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Command disallowed\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI,
++         ("BMI Write Memory: Enter (device: 0x%p, address: 0x%x, length: %d)\n",
++         device, address, length));
++
++    cid = BMI_WRITE_MEMORY;
++
++    remaining = length;
++    while (remaining)
++    {
++        txlen = (remaining < (BMI_DATASZ_MAX - header)) ?
++                                       remaining : (BMI_DATASZ_MAX - header);
++        offset = 0;
++        A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &cid, sizeof(cid));
++        offset += sizeof(cid);
++        A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &address, sizeof(address));
++        offset += sizeof(address);
++        A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &txlen, sizeof(txlen));
++        offset += sizeof(txlen);
++        A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &buffer[length - remaining], txlen);
++        offset += txlen;
++        status = bmiBufferSend(device, data, offset);
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to write to the device\n"));
++            return A_ERROR;
++        }
++        remaining -= txlen; address += txlen;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI Write Memory: Exit\n"));
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIExecute(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++           A_UINT32 address,
++           A_UINT32 *param)
++{
++    A_UINT32 cid;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 offset;
++    static A_UCHAR data[sizeof(cid) + sizeof(address) + sizeof(*param)];
++    memset (&data, 0, sizeof(cid) + sizeof(address) + sizeof(*param));
++
++    if (bmiDone) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Command disallowed\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI,
++       ("BMI Execute: Enter (device: 0x%p, address: 0x%x, param: %d)\n",
++        device, address, *param));
++
++    cid = BMI_EXECUTE;
++
++    offset = 0;
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &cid, sizeof(cid));
++    offset += sizeof(cid);
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &address, sizeof(address));
++    offset += sizeof(address);
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], param, sizeof(*param));
++    offset += sizeof(*param);
++    status = bmiBufferSend(device, data, offset);
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to write to the device\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    status = bmiBufferReceive(device, data, sizeof(*param));
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to read from the device\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    A_MEMCPY(param, data, sizeof(*param));
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI Execute: Exit (param: %d)\n", *param));
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++BMISetAppStart(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++               A_UINT32 address)
++{
++    A_UINT32 cid;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 offset;
++    static A_UCHAR data[sizeof(cid) + sizeof(address)];
++    memset (&data, 0, sizeof(cid) + sizeof(address));
++
++    if (bmiDone) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Command disallowed\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI,
++       ("BMI Set App Start: Enter (device: 0x%p, address: 0x%x)\n",
++        device, address));
++
++    cid = BMI_SET_APP_START;
++
++    offset = 0;
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &cid, sizeof(cid));
++    offset += sizeof(cid);
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &address, sizeof(address));
++    offset += sizeof(address);
++    status = bmiBufferSend(device, data, offset);
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to write to the device\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI Set App Start: Exit\n"));
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIReadSOCRegister(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                   A_UINT32 address,
++                   A_UINT32 *param)
++{
++    A_UINT32 cid;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 offset;
++    static A_UCHAR data[sizeof(cid) + sizeof(address)];
++    memset (&data, 0, sizeof(cid) + sizeof(address));
++
++    if (bmiDone) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Command disallowed\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI,
++       ("BMI Read SOC Register: Enter (device: 0x%p, address: 0x%x)\n",
++       device, address));
++
++    cid = BMI_READ_SOC_REGISTER;
++
++    offset = 0;
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &cid, sizeof(cid));
++    offset += sizeof(cid);
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &address, sizeof(address));
++    offset += sizeof(address);
++
++    status = bmiBufferSend(device, data, offset);
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to write to the device\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    status = bmiBufferReceive(device, data, sizeof(*param));
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to read from the device\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++    A_MEMCPY(param, data, sizeof(*param));
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI Read SOC Register: Exit (value: %d)\n", *param));
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIWriteSOCRegister(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                    A_UINT32 address,
++                    A_UINT32 param)
++{
++    A_UINT32 cid;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 offset;
++    static A_UCHAR data[sizeof(cid) + sizeof(address) + sizeof(param)];
++
++    memset (&data, 0, sizeof(cid) + sizeof(address) + sizeof(param));
++
++    if (bmiDone) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Command disallowed\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI,
++     ("BMI Write SOC Register: Enter (device: 0x%p, address: 0x%x, param: %d)\n",
++     device, address, param));
++
++    cid = BMI_WRITE_SOC_REGISTER;
++
++    offset = 0;
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &cid, sizeof(cid));
++    offset += sizeof(cid);
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &address, sizeof(address));
++    offset += sizeof(address);
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &param, sizeof(param));
++    offset += sizeof(param);
++    status = bmiBufferSend(device, data, offset);
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to write to the device\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI Read SOC Register: Exit\n"));
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIrompatchInstall(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                   A_UINT32 ROM_addr,
++                   A_UINT32 RAM_addr,
++                   A_UINT32 nbytes,
++                   A_UINT32 do_activate,
++                   A_UINT32 *rompatch_id)
++{
++    A_UINT32 cid;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 offset;
++    static A_UCHAR data[sizeof(cid) + sizeof(ROM_addr) + sizeof(RAM_addr) +
++                                sizeof(nbytes) + sizeof(do_activate)];
++
++	memset (&data, 0, sizeof(cid) + sizeof(ROM_addr) + sizeof(RAM_addr) +
++                      sizeof(nbytes) + sizeof(do_activate));
++
++    if (bmiDone) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Command disallowed\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI,
++         ("BMI rompatch Install: Enter (device: 0x%p, ROMaddr: 0x%x, RAMaddr: 0x%x length: %d activate: %d)\n",
++         device, ROM_addr, RAM_addr, nbytes, do_activate));
++
++    cid = BMI_ROMPATCH_INSTALL;
++
++    offset = 0;
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &cid, sizeof(cid));
++    offset += sizeof(cid);
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &ROM_addr, sizeof(ROM_addr));
++    offset += sizeof(ROM_addr);
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &RAM_addr, sizeof(RAM_addr));
++    offset += sizeof(RAM_addr);
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &nbytes, sizeof(nbytes));
++    offset += sizeof(nbytes);
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &do_activate, sizeof(do_activate));
++    offset += sizeof(do_activate);
++    status = bmiBufferSend(device, data, offset);
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to write to the device\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    status = bmiBufferReceive(device, (A_UCHAR *)rompatch_id, sizeof(*rompatch_id));
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to read from the device\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI rompatch Install: (rompatch_id=%d)\n", *rompatch_id));
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIrompatchUninstall(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                     A_UINT32 rompatch_id)
++{
++    A_UINT32 cid;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 offset;
++    static A_UCHAR data[sizeof(cid) + sizeof(rompatch_id)];
++    memset (&data, 0, sizeof(cid) + sizeof(rompatch_id));
++
++    if (bmiDone) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Command disallowed\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI,
++         ("BMI rompatch Uninstall: Enter (device: 0x%p, rompatch_id: %d)\n",
++         								 device, rompatch_id));
++
++    cid = BMI_ROMPATCH_UNINSTALL;
++
++    offset = 0;
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &cid, sizeof(cid));
++    offset += sizeof(cid);
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &rompatch_id, sizeof(rompatch_id));
++    offset += sizeof(rompatch_id);
++    status = bmiBufferSend(device, data, offset);
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to write to the device\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI rompatch UNinstall: (rompatch_id=0x%x)\n", rompatch_id));
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++_BMIrompatchChangeActivation(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                             A_UINT32 rompatch_count,
++                             A_UINT32 *rompatch_list,
++                             A_UINT32 do_activate)
++{
++    A_UINT32 cid;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 offset;
++    static A_UCHAR data[BMI_DATASZ_MAX + sizeof(cid) + sizeof(rompatch_count)];
++    A_UINT32 length;
++
++	memset (&data, 0, BMI_DATASZ_MAX + sizeof(cid) + sizeof(rompatch_count));
++
++    if (bmiDone) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Command disallowed\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI,
++         ("BMI Change rompatch Activation: Enter (device: 0x%p, count: %d)\n",
++           device, rompatch_count));
++
++    cid = do_activate ? BMI_ROMPATCH_ACTIVATE : BMI_ROMPATCH_DEACTIVATE;
++
++    offset = 0;
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &cid, sizeof(cid));
++    offset += sizeof(cid);
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], &rompatch_count, sizeof(rompatch_count));
++    offset += sizeof(rompatch_count);
++    length = rompatch_count * sizeof(*rompatch_list);
++    A_MEMCPY(&data[offset], rompatch_list, length);
++    offset += length;
++    status = bmiBufferSend(device, data, offset);
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to write to the device\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI Change rompatch Activation: Exit\n"));
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIrompatchActivate(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                    A_UINT32 rompatch_count,
++                    A_UINT32 *rompatch_list)
++{
++    return _BMIrompatchChangeActivation(device, rompatch_count, rompatch_list, 1);
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIrompatchDeactivate(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                      A_UINT32 rompatch_count,
++                      A_UINT32 *rompatch_list)
++{
++    return _BMIrompatchChangeActivation(device, rompatch_count, rompatch_list, 0);
++}
++
++/* BMI Access routines */
++A_STATUS
++bmiBufferSend(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++              A_UCHAR *buffer,
++              A_UINT32 length)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 timeout;
++    A_UINT32 address;
++    static A_UINT32 cmdCredits;
++    A_UINT32 mboxAddress[HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX];
++
++    HIFConfigureDevice(device, HIF_DEVICE_GET_MBOX_ADDR,
++                       &mboxAddress, sizeof(mboxAddress));
++
++    cmdCredits = 0;
++    timeout = BMI_COMMUNICATION_TIMEOUT;
++
++    while(timeout-- && !cmdCredits) {
++        /* Read the counter register to get the command credits */
++        address = COUNT_DEC_ADDRESS + (HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX + ENDPOINT1) * 4;
++        /* hit the credit counter with a 4-byte access, the first byte read will hit the counter and cause
++         * a decrement, while the remaining 3 bytes has no effect.  The rationale behind this is to
++         * make all HIF accesses 4-byte aligned */
++        status = HIFReadWrite(device, address, (A_UINT8 *)&cmdCredits, 4,
++            HIF_RD_SYNC_BYTE_INC, NULL);
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to decrement the command credit count register\n"));
++            return A_ERROR;
++        }
++        /* the counter is only 8=bits, ignore anything in the upper 3 bytes */
++        cmdCredits &= 0xFF;
++    }
++
++    if (cmdCredits) {
++        address = mboxAddress[ENDPOINT1];
++        status = HIFReadWrite(device, address, buffer, length,
++            HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_INC, NULL);
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to send the BMI data to the device\n"));
++            return A_ERROR;
++        }
++    } else {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("BMI Communication timeout\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++bmiBufferReceive(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                 A_UCHAR *buffer,
++                 A_UINT32 length)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 address;
++    A_UINT32 timeout;
++    static A_UINT32 cmdCredits;
++    A_UINT32 mboxAddress[HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX];
++
++    HIFConfigureDevice(device, HIF_DEVICE_GET_MBOX_ADDR,
++                       &mboxAddress, sizeof(mboxAddress));
++
++    cmdCredits = 0;
++    timeout = BMI_COMMUNICATION_TIMEOUT;
++    while(timeout-- && !cmdCredits) {
++        /* Read the counter register to get the command credits */
++        address = COUNT_ADDRESS + (HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX + ENDPOINT1) * 1;
++        /* read the counter using a 4-byte read.  Since the counter is NOT auto-decrementing,
++         * we can read this counter multiple times using a non-incrementing address mode.
++         * The rationale here is to make all HIF accesses a multiple of 4 bytes */
++        status = HIFReadWrite(device, address, (A_UINT8 *)&cmdCredits, sizeof(cmdCredits),
++            HIF_RD_SYNC_BYTE_FIX, NULL);
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to read the command credit count register\n"));
++            return A_ERROR;
++        }
++            /* we did a 4-byte read to the same count register so mask off upper bytes */
++        cmdCredits &= 0xFF;
++        status = A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    if (cmdCredits) {
++        address = mboxAddress[ENDPOINT1];
++        status = HIFReadWrite(device, address, buffer, length,
++            HIF_RD_SYNC_BYTE_INC, NULL);
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to read the BMI data from the device\n"));
++            return A_ERROR;
++        }
++    } else {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_BMI, ("BMI Communication timeout\n"));
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/bmi/bmi_internal.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/bmi/bmi_internal.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,45 @@
++#ifndef BMI_INTERNAL_H
++#define BMI_INTERNAL_H
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "a_config.h"
++#include "athdefs.h"
++#include "a_types.h"
++#include "a_osapi.h"
++#include "a_debug.h"
++#include "AR6Khwreg.h"
++#include "bmi_msg.h"
++
++#define BMI_COMMUNICATION_TIMEOUT       100000
++
++/* ------ Global Variable Declarations ------- */
++A_BOOL bmiDone;
++
++A_STATUS
++bmiBufferSend(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++              A_UCHAR *buffer,
++              A_UINT32 length);
++
++A_STATUS
++bmiBufferReceive(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                 A_UCHAR *buffer,
++                 A_UINT32 length);
++
++#endif
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/bmi/makefile
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/bmi/makefile	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
++# Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++# All rights reserved.
++!INCLUDE $(_MAKEENVROOT)\makefile.def
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/hif/hif.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/hif/hif.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,818 @@
++/*
++ * @file: hif.c
++ *
++ * @abstract: HIF layer reference implementation for Atheros SDIO stack
++ *
++ * @notice: Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "hif_internal.h"
++
++/* ------ Static Variables ------ */
++
++/* ------ Global Variable Declarations ------- */
++SD_PNP_INFO Ids[] = {
++    {
++        .SDIO_ManufacturerID = MANUFACTURER_ID_AR6001_BASE | 0xB,
++        .SDIO_ManufacturerCode = MANUFACTURER_CODE,
++        .SDIO_FunctionClass = FUNCTION_CLASS,
++        .SDIO_FunctionNo = 1
++    },
++    {
++        .SDIO_ManufacturerID = MANUFACTURER_ID_AR6001_BASE | 0xA,
++        .SDIO_ManufacturerCode = MANUFACTURER_CODE,
++        .SDIO_FunctionClass = FUNCTION_CLASS,
++        .SDIO_FunctionNo = 1
++    },
++    {
++        .SDIO_ManufacturerID = MANUFACTURER_ID_AR6001_BASE | 0x9,
++        .SDIO_ManufacturerCode = MANUFACTURER_CODE,
++        .SDIO_FunctionClass = FUNCTION_CLASS,
++        .SDIO_FunctionNo = 1
++    },
++    {
++        .SDIO_ManufacturerID = MANUFACTURER_ID_AR6001_BASE | 0x8,
++        .SDIO_ManufacturerCode = MANUFACTURER_CODE,
++        .SDIO_FunctionClass = FUNCTION_CLASS,
++        .SDIO_FunctionNo = 1
++    },
++    {
++        .SDIO_ManufacturerID = MANUFACTURER_ID_AR6002_BASE | 0x0,
++        .SDIO_ManufacturerCode = MANUFACTURER_CODE,
++        .SDIO_FunctionClass = FUNCTION_CLASS,
++        .SDIO_FunctionNo = 1
++    },
++    {
++        .SDIO_ManufacturerID = MANUFACTURER_ID_AR6002_BASE | 0x1,
++        .SDIO_ManufacturerCode = MANUFACTURER_CODE,
++        .SDIO_FunctionClass = FUNCTION_CLASS,
++        .SDIO_FunctionNo = 1
++    },
++    {
++    }                      //list is null termintaed
++};
++
++TARGET_FUNCTION_CONTEXT FunctionContext = {
++    .function.Version    = CT_SDIO_STACK_VERSION_CODE,
++    .function.pName      = "sdio_wlan",
++    .function.MaxDevices = 1,
++    .function.NumDevices = 0,
++    .function.pIds       = Ids,
++    .function.pProbe     = hifDeviceInserted,
++    .function.pRemove    = hifDeviceRemoved,
++    .function.pSuspend   = NULL,
++    .function.pResume    = NULL,
++    .function.pWake      = NULL,
++    .function.pContext   = &FunctionContext,
++};
++
++HIF_DEVICE hifDevice[HIF_MAX_DEVICES];
++HTC_CALLBACKS htcCallbacks;
++BUS_REQUEST busRequest[BUS_REQUEST_MAX_NUM];
++static BUS_REQUEST *s_busRequestFreeQueue = NULL;
++OS_CRITICALSECTION lock;
++extern A_UINT32 onebitmode;
++extern A_UINT32 busspeedlow;
++extern A_UINT32 debughif;
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++#define ATH_DEBUG_ERROR 1
++#define ATH_DEBUG_WARN  2
++#define ATH_DEBUG_TRACE 3
++#define _AR_DEBUG_PRINTX_ARG(arg...) arg
++#define AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(lvl, args)\
++    {if (lvl <= debughif)\
++        A_PRINTF(KERN_ALERT _AR_DEBUG_PRINTX_ARG args);\
++    }
++#else
++#define AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(lvl, args)
++#endif
++
++static BUS_REQUEST *hifAllocateBusRequest(void);
++static void hifFreeBusRequest(BUS_REQUEST *busrequest);
++static THREAD_RETURN insert_helper_func(POSKERNEL_HELPER pHelper);
++static void ResetAllCards(void);
++
++/* ------ Functions ------ */
++int HIFInit(HTC_CALLBACKS *callbacks)
++{
++    SDIO_STATUS status;
++    DBG_ASSERT(callbacks != NULL);
++
++    /* Store the callback and event handlers */
++    htcCallbacks.deviceInsertedHandler = callbacks->deviceInsertedHandler;
++    htcCallbacks.deviceRemovedHandler = callbacks->deviceRemovedHandler;
++    htcCallbacks.deviceSuspendHandler = callbacks->deviceSuspendHandler;
++    htcCallbacks.deviceResumeHandler = callbacks->deviceResumeHandler;
++    htcCallbacks.deviceWakeupHandler = callbacks->deviceWakeupHandler;
++    htcCallbacks.rwCompletionHandler = callbacks->rwCompletionHandler;
++    htcCallbacks.dsrHandler = callbacks->dsrHandler;
++
++    CriticalSectionInit(&lock);
++
++    /* Register with bus driver core */
++    status = SDIO_RegisterFunction(&FunctionContext.function);
++    DBG_ASSERT(SDIO_SUCCESS(status));
++
++    return(0);
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++HIFReadWrite(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++             A_UINT32 address,
++             A_UCHAR *buffer,
++             A_UINT32 length,
++             A_UINT32 request,
++             void *context)
++{
++    A_UINT8 rw;
++    A_UINT8 mode;
++    A_UINT8 funcNo;
++    A_UINT8 opcode;
++    A_UINT16 count;
++    SDREQUEST *sdrequest;
++    SDIO_STATUS sdiostatus;
++    BUS_REQUEST *busrequest;
++    A_STATUS    status = A_OK;
++
++    DBG_ASSERT(device != NULL);
++    DBG_ASSERT(device->handle != NULL);
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Device: %p\n", device));
++
++    do {
++        busrequest = hifAllocateBusRequest();
++        if (busrequest == NULL) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERROR, ("HIF Unable to allocate bus request\n"));
++            status = A_NO_RESOURCE;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        sdrequest = busrequest->request;
++        busrequest->context = context;
++
++        sdrequest->pDataBuffer = buffer;
++        if (request & HIF_SYNCHRONOUS) {
++            sdrequest->Flags = SDREQ_FLAGS_RESP_SDIO_R5 | SDREQ_FLAGS_DATA_TRANS;
++            sdrequest->pCompleteContext = NULL;
++            sdrequest->pCompletion = NULL;
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Execution mode: Synchronous\n"));
++        } else if (request & HIF_ASYNCHRONOUS) {
++            sdrequest->Flags = SDREQ_FLAGS_RESP_SDIO_R5 | SDREQ_FLAGS_DATA_TRANS |
++                               SDREQ_FLAGS_TRANS_ASYNC;
++            sdrequest->pCompleteContext = busrequest;
++            sdrequest->pCompletion = hifRWCompletionHandler;
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Execution mode: Asynchronous\n"));
++        } else {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERROR,
++                            ("Invalid execution mode: 0x%08x\n", request));
++            status = A_EINVAL;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (request & HIF_EXTENDED_IO) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Command type: CMD53\n"));
++            sdrequest->Command = CMD53;
++        } else {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERROR,
++                            ("Invalid command type: 0x%08x\n", request));
++            status = A_EINVAL;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (request & HIF_BLOCK_BASIS) {
++            mode = CMD53_BLOCK_BASIS;
++            sdrequest->BlockLen = HIF_MBOX_BLOCK_SIZE;
++            sdrequest->BlockCount = length / HIF_MBOX_BLOCK_SIZE;
++            count = sdrequest->BlockCount;
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE,
++                            ("Block mode (BlockLen: %d, BlockCount: %d)\n",
++                            sdrequest->BlockLen, sdrequest->BlockCount));
++        } else if (request & HIF_BYTE_BASIS) {
++            mode = CMD53_BYTE_BASIS;
++            sdrequest->BlockLen = length;
++            sdrequest->BlockCount = 1;
++            count = sdrequest->BlockLen;
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE,
++                            ("Byte mode (BlockLen: %d, BlockCount: %d)\n",
++                            sdrequest->BlockLen, sdrequest->BlockCount));
++        } else {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERROR,
++                            ("Invalid data mode: 0x%08x\n", request));
++            status = A_EINVAL;
++            break;
++        }
++
++#if 0
++        /* useful for checking register accesses */
++        if (length & 0x3) {
++            A_PRINTF(KERN_ALERT"HIF (%s) is not a multiple of 4 bytes, addr:0x%X, len:%d\n",
++                                request & HIF_WRITE ? "write":"read", address, length);
++        }
++#endif
++
++        if ((address >= HIF_MBOX_START_ADDR(0)) &&
++            (address <= HIF_MBOX_END_ADDR(3)))
++        {
++
++            DBG_ASSERT(length <= HIF_MBOX_WIDTH);
++
++            /*
++             * Mailbox write. Adjust the address so that the last byte
++             * falls on the EOM address.
++             */
++            address += (HIF_MBOX_WIDTH - length);
++        }
++
++
++
++        if (request & HIF_WRITE) {
++            rw = CMD53_WRITE;
++            sdrequest->Flags |= SDREQ_FLAGS_DATA_WRITE;
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Direction: Write\n"));
++        } else if (request & HIF_READ) {
++            rw = CMD53_READ;
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Direction: Read\n"));
++        } else {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERROR,
++                            ("Invalid direction: 0x%08x\n", request));
++            status = A_EINVAL;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (request & HIF_FIXED_ADDRESS) {
++            opcode = CMD53_FIXED_ADDRESS;
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Address mode: Fixed\n"));
++        } else if (request & HIF_INCREMENTAL_ADDRESS) {
++            opcode = CMD53_INCR_ADDRESS;
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Address mode: Incremental\n"));
++        } else {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERROR,
++                            ("Invalid address mode: 0x%08x\n", request));
++            status = A_EINVAL;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        funcNo = SDDEVICE_GET_SDIO_FUNCNO(device->handle);
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Function number: %d\n", funcNo));
++        SDIO_SET_CMD53_ARG(sdrequest->Argument, rw, funcNo,
++                           mode, opcode, address, count);
++
++        /* Send the command out */
++        sdiostatus = SDDEVICE_CALL_REQUEST_FUNC(device->handle, sdrequest);
++
++        if (!SDIO_SUCCESS(sdiostatus)) {
++            status = A_ERROR;
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status) || (request & HIF_SYNCHRONOUS)) {
++        if (busrequest != NULL) {
++            hifFreeBusRequest(busrequest);
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status) && (request & HIF_ASYNCHRONOUS)) {
++            /* call back async handler on failure */
++        htcCallbacks.rwCompletionHandler(context, status);
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++HIFConfigureDevice(HIF_DEVICE *device, HIF_DEVICE_CONFIG_OPCODE opcode,
++                   void *config, A_UINT32 configLen)
++{
++    A_UINT32 count;
++
++    switch(opcode) {
++        case HIF_DEVICE_GET_MBOX_BLOCK_SIZE:
++            ((A_UINT32 *)config)[0] = HIF_MBOX0_BLOCK_SIZE;
++            ((A_UINT32 *)config)[1] = HIF_MBOX1_BLOCK_SIZE;
++            ((A_UINT32 *)config)[2] = HIF_MBOX2_BLOCK_SIZE;
++            ((A_UINT32 *)config)[3] = HIF_MBOX3_BLOCK_SIZE;
++            break;
++
++        case HIF_DEVICE_GET_MBOX_ADDR:
++            for (count = 0; count < 4; count ++) {
++                ((A_UINT32 *)config)[count] = HIF_MBOX_START_ADDR(count);
++            }
++            break;
++        case HIF_DEVICE_GET_IRQ_PROC_MODE:
++                /* the SDIO stack allows the interrupts to be processed either way, ASYNC or SYNC */
++            *((HIF_DEVICE_IRQ_PROCESSING_MODE *)config) = HIF_DEVICE_IRQ_ASYNC_SYNC;
++            break;
++        default:
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WARN,
++                            ("Unsupported configuration opcode: %d\n", opcode));
++            return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++void
++HIFShutDownDevice(HIF_DEVICE *device)
++{
++    A_UINT8 data;
++    A_UINT32 count;
++    SDIO_STATUS status;
++    SDCONFIG_BUS_MODE_DATA busSettings;
++    SDCONFIG_FUNC_ENABLE_DISABLE_DATA fData;
++
++    if (device != NULL) {
++        DBG_ASSERT(device->handle != NULL);
++
++        /* Remove the allocated current if any */
++        status = SDLIB_IssueConfig(device->handle,
++                                   SDCONFIG_FUNC_FREE_SLOT_CURRENT, NULL, 0);
++        DBG_ASSERT(SDIO_SUCCESS(status));
++
++        /* Disable the card */
++        fData.EnableFlags = SDCONFIG_DISABLE_FUNC;
++        fData.TimeOut = 1;
++        status = SDLIB_IssueConfig(device->handle, SDCONFIG_FUNC_ENABLE_DISABLE,
++                                   &fData, sizeof(fData));
++        DBG_ASSERT(SDIO_SUCCESS(status));
++
++        /* Perform a soft I/O reset */
++        data = SDIO_IO_RESET;
++        status = SDLIB_IssueCMD52(device->handle, 0, SDIO_IO_ABORT_REG,
++                                  &data, 1, 1);
++        DBG_ASSERT(SDIO_SUCCESS(status));
++
++        /*
++         * WAR - Codetelligence driver does not seem to shutdown correctly in 1
++         * bit mode. By default it configures the HC in the 4 bit. Its later in
++         * our driver that we switch to 1 bit mode. If we try to shutdown, the
++         * driver hangs so we revert to 4 bit mode, to be transparent to the
++         * underlying bus driver.
++         */
++        if (onebitmode) {
++            ZERO_OBJECT(busSettings);
++            busSettings.BusModeFlags = SDDEVICE_GET_BUSMODE_FLAGS(device->handle);
++            SDCONFIG_SET_BUS_WIDTH(busSettings.BusModeFlags,
++                                   SDCONFIG_BUS_WIDTH_4_BIT);
++
++            /* Issue config request to change the bus width to 4 bit */
++            status = SDLIB_IssueConfig(device->handle, SDCONFIG_BUS_MODE_CTRL,
++                                       &busSettings,
++                                       sizeof(SDCONFIG_BUS_MODE_DATA));
++            DBG_ASSERT(SDIO_SUCCESS(status));
++        }
++
++        /* Free the bus requests */
++        for (count = 0; count < BUS_REQUEST_MAX_NUM; count ++) {
++            SDDeviceFreeRequest(device->handle, busRequest[count].request);
++        }
++        /* Clean up the queue */
++        s_busRequestFreeQueue = NULL;
++    } else {
++            /* since we are unloading the driver anyways, reset all cards in case the SDIO card
++             * is externally powered and we are unloading the SDIO stack.  This avoids the problem when
++             * the SDIO stack is reloaded and attempts are made to re-enumerate a card that is already
++             * enumerated */
++        ResetAllCards();
++        /* Unregister with bus driver core */
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE,
++                        ("Unregistering with the bus driver\n"));
++        status = SDIO_UnregisterFunction(&FunctionContext.function);
++        DBG_ASSERT(SDIO_SUCCESS(status));
++    }
++}
++
++void
++hifRWCompletionHandler(SDREQUEST *request)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++    void *context;
++    BUS_REQUEST *busrequest;
++
++    if (SDIO_SUCCESS(request->Status)) {
++        status = A_OK;
++    } else {
++        status = A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    DBG_ASSERT(status == A_OK);
++    busrequest = (BUS_REQUEST *) request->pCompleteContext;
++    context = (void *) busrequest->context;
++        /* free the request before calling the callback, in case the
++         * callback submits another request, this guarantees that
++         * there is at least 1 free request available everytime the callback
++         * is invoked */
++    hifFreeBusRequest(busrequest);
++    htcCallbacks.rwCompletionHandler(context, status);
++}
++
++void
++hifIRQHandler(void *context)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++    HIF_DEVICE *device;
++
++    device = (HIF_DEVICE *)context;
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Device: %p\n", device));
++    status = htcCallbacks.dsrHandler(device->htc_handle);
++    DBG_ASSERT(status == A_OK);
++}
++
++BOOL
++hifDeviceInserted(SDFUNCTION *function, SDDEVICE *handle)
++{
++    BOOL enabled;
++    A_UINT8 data;
++    A_UINT32 count;
++    HIF_DEVICE *device;
++    SDIO_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT16 maxBlocks;
++    A_UINT16 maxBlockSize;
++    SDCONFIG_BUS_MODE_DATA busSettings;
++    SDCONFIG_FUNC_ENABLE_DISABLE_DATA fData;
++    TARGET_FUNCTION_CONTEXT *functionContext;
++    SDCONFIG_FUNC_SLOT_CURRENT_DATA slotCurrent;
++    SD_BUSCLOCK_RATE                currentBusClock;
++
++    DBG_ASSERT(function != NULL);
++    DBG_ASSERT(handle != NULL);
++
++    device = addHifDevice(handle);
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Device: %p\n", device));
++    functionContext =  (TARGET_FUNCTION_CONTEXT *)function->pContext;
++
++    /*
++     * Issue commands to get the manufacturer ID and stuff and compare it
++     * against the rev Id derived from the ID registered during the
++     * initialization process. Report the device only in the case there
++     * is a match. In the case od SDIO, the bus driver has already queried
++     * these details so we just need to use their data structures to get the
++     * relevant values. Infact, the driver has already matched it against
++     * the Ids that we registered with it so we dont need to the step here.
++     */
++
++    /* Configure the SDIO Bus Width */
++    if (onebitmode) {
++        data = SDIO_BUS_WIDTH_1_BIT;
++        status = SDLIB_IssueCMD52(handle, 0, SDIO_BUS_IF_REG, &data, 1, 1);
++        if (!SDIO_SUCCESS(status)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERROR,
++                            ("Unable to set the bus width to 1 bit\n"));
++            return FALSE;
++        }
++    }
++
++    /* Get current bus flags */
++    ZERO_OBJECT(busSettings);
++
++    busSettings.BusModeFlags = SDDEVICE_GET_BUSMODE_FLAGS(handle);
++    if (onebitmode) {
++        SDCONFIG_SET_BUS_WIDTH(busSettings.BusModeFlags,
++                               SDCONFIG_BUS_WIDTH_1_BIT);
++    }
++
++        /* get the current operating clock, the bus driver sets us up based
++         * on what our CIS reports and what the host controller can handle
++         * we can use this to determine whether we want to drop our clock rate
++         * down */
++    currentBusClock = SDDEVICE_GET_OPER_CLOCK(handle);
++    busSettings.ClockRate = currentBusClock;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE,
++                        ("HIF currently running at: %d \n",currentBusClock));
++
++        /* see if HIF wants to run at a lower clock speed, we may already be
++         * at that lower clock speed */
++    if (currentBusClock > (SDIO_CLOCK_FREQUENCY_DEFAULT >> busspeedlow)) {
++        busSettings.ClockRate = SDIO_CLOCK_FREQUENCY_DEFAULT >> busspeedlow;
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WARN,
++                        ("HIF overriding clock to %d \n",busSettings.ClockRate));
++    }
++
++    /* Issue config request to override clock rate */
++    status = SDLIB_IssueConfig(handle, SDCONFIG_FUNC_CHANGE_BUS_MODE, &busSettings,
++                               sizeof(SDCONFIG_BUS_MODE_DATA));
++    if (!SDIO_SUCCESS(status)) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERROR,
++                        ("Unable to configure the host clock\n"));
++        return FALSE;
++    } else {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE,
++                        ("Configured clock: %d, Maximum clock: %d\n",
++                        busSettings.ActualClockRate,
++                        SDDEVICE_GET_MAX_CLOCK(handle)));
++    }
++
++    /*
++     * Check if the target supports block mode. This result of this check
++     * can be used to implement the HIFReadWrite API.
++     */
++    if (SDDEVICE_GET_SDIO_FUNC_MAXBLKSIZE(handle)) {
++        /* Limit block size to operational block limit or card function
++           capability */
++        maxBlockSize = min(SDDEVICE_GET_OPER_BLOCK_LEN(handle),
++                           SDDEVICE_GET_SDIO_FUNC_MAXBLKSIZE(handle));
++
++        /* check if the card support multi-block transfers */
++        if (!(SDDEVICE_GET_SDIOCARD_CAPS(handle) & SDIO_CAPS_MULTI_BLOCK)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Byte basis only\n"));
++
++            /* Limit block size to max byte basis */
++            maxBlockSize =  min(maxBlockSize,
++                                (A_UINT16)SDIO_MAX_LENGTH_BYTE_BASIS);
++            maxBlocks = 1;
++        } else {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Multi-block capable\n"));
++            maxBlocks = SDDEVICE_GET_OPER_BLOCKS(handle);
++            status = SDLIB_SetFunctionBlockSize(handle, HIF_MBOX_BLOCK_SIZE);
++            if (!SDIO_SUCCESS(status)) {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERROR,
++                                ("Failed to set block size. Err:%d\n", status));
++                return FALSE;
++            }
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE,
++                        ("Bytes Per Block: %d bytes, Block Count:%d \n",
++                        maxBlockSize, maxBlocks));
++    } else {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERROR,
++                        ("Function does not support Block Mode!\n"));
++        return FALSE;
++    }
++
++    /* Allocate the slot current */
++    status = SDLIB_GetDefaultOpCurrent(handle, &slotCurrent.SlotCurrent);
++    if (SDIO_SUCCESS(status)) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Allocating Slot current: %d mA\n",
++                                slotCurrent.SlotCurrent));
++        status = SDLIB_IssueConfig(handle, SDCONFIG_FUNC_ALLOC_SLOT_CURRENT,
++                                   &slotCurrent, sizeof(slotCurrent));
++        if (!SDIO_SUCCESS(status)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERROR,
++                            ("Failed to allocate slot current %d\n", status));
++            return FALSE;
++        }
++    }
++
++    /* Enable the dragon function */
++    count = 0;
++    enabled = FALSE;
++    fData.TimeOut = 1;
++    fData.EnableFlags = SDCONFIG_ENABLE_FUNC;
++    while ((count++ < SDWLAN_ENABLE_DISABLE_TIMEOUT) && !enabled)
++    {
++        /* Enable dragon */
++        status = SDLIB_IssueConfig(handle, SDCONFIG_FUNC_ENABLE_DISABLE,
++                                   &fData, sizeof(fData));
++        if (!SDIO_SUCCESS(status)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE,
++                            ("Attempting to enable the card again\n"));
++            continue;
++        }
++
++        /* Mark the status as enabled */
++        enabled = TRUE;
++    }
++
++    /* Check if we were succesful in enabling the target */
++    if (!enabled) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERROR,
++                        ("Failed to communicate with the target\n"));
++        return FALSE;
++    }
++
++    /* Allocate the bus requests to be used later */
++    A_MEMZERO(busRequest, sizeof(busRequest));
++    for (count = 0; count < BUS_REQUEST_MAX_NUM; count ++) {
++        if ((busRequest[count].request = SDDeviceAllocRequest(handle)) == NULL){
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERROR, ("Unable to allocate memory\n"));
++            /* TODO: Free the memory that has already been allocated */
++            return FALSE;
++        }
++        hifFreeBusRequest(&busRequest[count]);
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE,
++                ("0x%08x = busRequest[%d].request = 0x%08x\n",
++				(unsigned int) &busRequest[count], count,
++				(unsigned int) busRequest[count].request));
++    }
++
++        /* Schedule a worker to handle device inserted, this is a temporary workaround
++         * to fix a deadlock if the device fails to intialize in the insertion handler
++         * The failure causes the instance to shutdown the HIF layer and unregister the
++         * function driver within the busdriver probe context which can deadlock
++         *
++         * NOTE: we cannot use the default work queue because that would block
++         * SD bus request processing for all synchronous I/O. We must use a kernel
++         * thread that is creating using the helper library.
++         * */
++
++    if (SDIO_SUCCESS(SDLIB_OSCreateHelper(&device->insert_helper,
++                         insert_helper_func,
++                         device))) {
++        device->helper_started = TRUE;
++    }
++
++    return TRUE;
++}
++
++static THREAD_RETURN insert_helper_func(POSKERNEL_HELPER pHelper)
++{
++
++    /*
++     * Adding a wait of around a second before we issue the very first
++     * command to dragon. During the process of loading/unloading the
++     * driver repeatedly it was observed that we get a data timeout
++     * while accessing function 1 registers in the chip. The theory at
++     * this point is that some initialization delay in dragon is
++     * causing the SDIO state in dragon core to be not ready even after
++     * the ready bit indicates that function 1 is ready. Accomodating
++     * for this behavior by adding some delay in the driver before it
++     * issues the first command after switching on dragon. Need to
++     * investigate this a bit more - TODO
++     */
++
++    A_MDELAY(1000);
++        /* Inform HTC */
++    if ((htcCallbacks.deviceInsertedHandler(SD_GET_OS_HELPER_CONTEXT(pHelper))) != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE, ("Device rejected\n"));
++    }
++
++    return 0;
++}
++
++void
++HIFAckInterrupt(HIF_DEVICE *device)
++{
++    SDIO_STATUS status;
++    DBG_ASSERT(device != NULL);
++    DBG_ASSERT(device->handle != NULL);
++
++    /* Acknowledge our function IRQ */
++    status = SDLIB_IssueConfig(device->handle, SDCONFIG_FUNC_ACK_IRQ,
++                               NULL, 0);
++    DBG_ASSERT(SDIO_SUCCESS(status));
++}
++
++void
++HIFUnMaskInterrupt(HIF_DEVICE *device)
++{
++    SDIO_STATUS status;
++
++    DBG_ASSERT(device != NULL);
++    DBG_ASSERT(device->handle != NULL);
++
++    /* Register the IRQ Handler */
++    SDDEVICE_SET_IRQ_HANDLER(device->handle, hifIRQHandler, device);
++
++    /* Unmask our function IRQ */
++    status = SDLIB_IssueConfig(device->handle, SDCONFIG_FUNC_UNMASK_IRQ,
++                               NULL, 0);
++    DBG_ASSERT(SDIO_SUCCESS(status));
++}
++
++void HIFMaskInterrupt(HIF_DEVICE *device)
++{
++    SDIO_STATUS status;
++    DBG_ASSERT(device != NULL);
++    DBG_ASSERT(device->handle != NULL);
++
++    /* Mask our function IRQ */
++    status = SDLIB_IssueConfig(device->handle, SDCONFIG_FUNC_MASK_IRQ,
++                               NULL, 0);
++    DBG_ASSERT(SDIO_SUCCESS(status));
++
++    /* Unregister the IRQ Handler */
++    SDDEVICE_SET_IRQ_HANDLER(device->handle, NULL, NULL);
++}
++
++static BUS_REQUEST *hifAllocateBusRequest(void)
++{
++    BUS_REQUEST *busrequest;
++
++    /* Acquire lock */
++    CriticalSectionAcquire(&lock);
++
++    /* Remove first in list */
++    if((busrequest = s_busRequestFreeQueue) != NULL)
++    {
++        s_busRequestFreeQueue = busrequest->next;
++    }
++
++    /* Release lock */
++    CriticalSectionRelease(&lock);
++
++    return busrequest;
++}
++
++static void
++hifFreeBusRequest(BUS_REQUEST *busrequest)
++{
++    DBG_ASSERT(busrequest != NULL);
++
++    /* Acquire lock */
++    CriticalSectionAcquire(&lock);
++
++    /* Insert first in list */
++    busrequest->next = s_busRequestFreeQueue;
++    s_busRequestFreeQueue = busrequest;
++
++    /* Release lock */
++    CriticalSectionRelease(&lock);
++}
++
++void
++hifDeviceRemoved(SDFUNCTION *function, SDDEVICE *handle)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++    HIF_DEVICE *device;
++    DBG_ASSERT(function != NULL);
++    DBG_ASSERT(handle != NULL);
++
++    device = getHifDevice(handle);
++    status = htcCallbacks.deviceRemovedHandler(device->htc_handle, A_OK);
++
++        /* cleanup the helper thread */
++    if (device->helper_started) {
++        SDLIB_OSDeleteHelper(&device->insert_helper);
++        device->helper_started = FALSE;
++    }
++
++    delHifDevice(handle);
++    DBG_ASSERT(status == A_OK);
++}
++
++HIF_DEVICE *
++addHifDevice(SDDEVICE *handle)
++{
++    DBG_ASSERT(handle != NULL);
++    hifDevice[0].handle = handle;
++    return &hifDevice[0];
++}
++
++HIF_DEVICE *
++getHifDevice(SDDEVICE *handle)
++{
++    DBG_ASSERT(handle != NULL);
++    return &hifDevice[0];
++}
++
++void
++delHifDevice(SDDEVICE *handle)
++{
++    DBG_ASSERT(handle != NULL);
++    hifDevice[0].handle = NULL;
++}
++
++static void ResetAllCards(void)
++{
++    UINT8       data;
++    SDIO_STATUS status;
++    int         i;
++
++    data = SDIO_IO_RESET;
++
++    /* set the I/O CARD reset bit:
++     * NOTE: we are exploiting a "feature" of the SDIO core that resets the core when you
++     * set the RES bit in the SDIO_IO_ABORT register.  This bit however "normally" resets the
++     * I/O functions leaving the SDIO core in the same state (as per SDIO spec).
++     * In this design, this reset can be used to reset the SDIO core itself */
++    for (i = 0; i < HIF_MAX_DEVICES; i++) {
++        if (hifDevice[i].handle != NULL) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRACE,
++                        ("Issuing I/O Card reset for instance: %d \n",i));
++                /* set the I/O Card reset bit */
++            status = SDLIB_IssueCMD52(hifDevice[i].handle,
++                                      0,                    /* function 0 space */
++                                      SDIO_IO_ABORT_REG,
++                                      &data,
++                                      1,                    /* 1 byte */
++                                      TRUE);                /* write */
++        }
++    }
++
++}
++
++void HIFSetHandle(void *hif_handle, void *handle)
++{
++    HIF_DEVICE *device = (HIF_DEVICE *) hif_handle;
++
++    device->htc_handle = handle;
++
++    return;
++}
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/hif/hif_internal.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/hif/hif_internal.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,102 @@
++/*
++ * @file: hif_internal.h
++ *
++ * @abstract: internal header file for hif layer
++ *
++ * @notice: Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include <linux/sdio/ctsystem.h>
++#include <linux/sdio/sdio_busdriver.h>
++#include <linux/sdio/_sdio_defs.h>
++#include <linux/sdio/sdio_lib.h>
++#include "a_config.h"
++#include "athdefs.h"
++#include "a_types.h"
++#include "a_osapi.h"
++#include "hif.h"
++
++#define MANUFACTURER_ID_AR6001_BASE        0x100
++#define MANUFACTURER_ID_AR6002_BASE        0x200
++#define FUNCTION_CLASS                     0x0
++#define MANUFACTURER_CODE                  0x271
++
++#define BUS_REQUEST_MAX_NUM                64
++
++#define SDIO_CLOCK_FREQUENCY_DEFAULT       25000000
++#define SDWLAN_ENABLE_DISABLE_TIMEOUT      20
++#define FLAGS_CARD_ENAB                    0x02
++#define FLAGS_CARD_IRQ_UNMSK               0x04
++
++#define HIF_MBOX_BLOCK_SIZE                128
++#define HIF_MBOX_BASE_ADDR                 0x800
++#define HIF_MBOX_WIDTH                     0x800
++#define HIF_MBOX0_BLOCK_SIZE               1
++#define HIF_MBOX1_BLOCK_SIZE               HIF_MBOX_BLOCK_SIZE
++#define HIF_MBOX2_BLOCK_SIZE               HIF_MBOX_BLOCK_SIZE
++#define HIF_MBOX3_BLOCK_SIZE               HIF_MBOX_BLOCK_SIZE
++
++#define HIF_MBOX_START_ADDR(mbox)                        \
++    HIF_MBOX_BASE_ADDR + mbox * HIF_MBOX_WIDTH
++
++#define HIF_MBOX_END_ADDR(mbox)	                         \
++    HIF_MBOX_START_ADDR(mbox) + HIF_MBOX_WIDTH - 1
++
++struct hif_device {
++    SDDEVICE *handle;
++    void *htc_handle;
++    OSKERNEL_HELPER insert_helper;
++    BOOL  helper_started;
++};
++
++typedef struct target_function_context {
++    SDFUNCTION           function; /* function description of the bus driver */
++    OS_SEMAPHORE         instanceSem; /* instance lock. Unused */
++    SDLIST               instanceList; /* list of instances. Unused */
++} TARGET_FUNCTION_CONTEXT;
++
++typedef struct bus_request {
++    struct bus_request *next;
++    SDREQUEST *request;
++    void *context;
++} BUS_REQUEST;
++
++BOOL
++hifDeviceInserted(SDFUNCTION *function, SDDEVICE *device);
++
++void
++hifDeviceRemoved(SDFUNCTION *function, SDDEVICE *device);
++
++SDREQUEST *
++hifAllocateDeviceRequest(SDDEVICE *device);
++
++void
++hifFreeDeviceRequest(SDREQUEST *request);
++
++void
++hifRWCompletionHandler(SDREQUEST *request);
++
++void
++hifIRQHandler(void *context);
++
++HIF_DEVICE *
++addHifDevice(SDDEVICE *handle);
++
++HIF_DEVICE *
++getHifDevice(SDDEVICE *handle);
++
++void
++delHifDevice(SDDEVICE *handle);
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/hif/Makefile
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/hif/Makefile	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,57 @@
++#
++#SDIO HIF makefile for atheros SDIO stack
++#
++#Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++#
++#$ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_MK$
++#
++
++# Check for SDIO stack
++ifdef ATH_SDIO_STACK_BASE
++# Someone already set it on entry, the stack resides outside this tree, we will try to build it
++_SDIO_STACK = YES
++else
++# Check for SDIO stack within this tree
++_SDIO_STACK = $(shell if [ -f $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/sdiostack/src/Makefile ]; then echo "YES"; else echo "NO"; fi)
++
++ifeq ($(_SDIO_STACK), YES)
++    # SDIO stack is part of the kit and will need to be compiled
++ATH_SDIO_STACK_BASE := $(ATH_SRC_BASE)/sdiostack
++endif
++endif
++
++ifeq ($(_SDIO_STACK), YES)
++    # Pass and translate build variables to the SDIO stack makefile
++_SDIO_STACK_MAKE_PARAMS := CT_BUILD_TYPE=$(ATH_BUILD_TYPE) \
++                           CT_OS_TYPE=linux \
++                           CT_OS_SUB_TYPE=$(ATH_OS_SUB_TYPE) \
++                           CT_LINUXPATH=$(ATH_LINUXPATH) \
++                           CT_BUILD_TYPE=$(ATH_BUILD_TYPE) \
++                           CT_CROSS_COMPILE_TYPE=$(ATH_CROSS_COMPILE_TYPE) \
++                           CT_ARCH_CPU_TYPE=$(ATH_ARCH_CPU_TYPE) \
++                           CT_HC_DRIVERS=$(ATH_HC_DRIVERS) \
++                           CT_MAKE_INCLUDE_OVERRIDE=$(_LOCALMAKE_INCLUDE)   \
++                           CT_BUILD_OUTPUT_OVERRIDE=$(COMPILED_IMAGE_OBJECTS_PATH) \
++                           BUS_BUILD=1
++endif
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -I$(ATH_SRC_BASE)/hif/sdio/linux_athsdio/include
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -DSDIO
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -I$(ATH_SDIO_STACK_BASE)/src/include
++
++ifeq ($(ATH_OS_SUB_TYPE),linux_2_4)
++obj-y += ../../hif/sdio/linux_athsdio/src/hif.o
++endif
++
++ifneq ($(ATH_OS_SUB_TYPE),linux_2_4)
++ar6000-objs := ../../hif/sdio/linux_athsdio/src/hif.o
++endif
++
++all:
++ifeq ($(_SDIO_STACK),YES)
++	$(MAKE) $(_SDIO_STACK_MAKE_PARAMS) -C  $(ATH_SDIO_STACK_BASE)/src default
++endif
++
++clean:
++ifeq ($(_SDIO_STACK),YES)
++	$(MAKE) $(_SDIO_STACK_MAKE_PARAMS) -C $(ATH_SDIO_STACK_BASE)/src clean
++endif
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/ar6k.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/ar6k.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,991 @@
++/*
++ * AR6K device layer that handles register level I/O
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++#include "a_config.h"
++#include "athdefs.h"
++#include "a_types.h"
++#include "AR6Khwreg.h"
++#include "a_osapi.h"
++#include "a_debug.h"
++#include "hif.h"
++#include "htc_packet.h"
++#include "ar6k.h"
++
++#define MAILBOX_FOR_BLOCK_SIZE 1
++
++extern A_UINT32 resetok;
++
++static A_STATUS DevEnableInterrupts(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev);
++static A_STATUS DevDisableInterrupts(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev);
++
++#define LOCK_AR6K(p)      A_MUTEX_LOCK(&(p)->Lock);
++#define UNLOCK_AR6K(p)    A_MUTEX_UNLOCK(&(p)->Lock);
++
++void AR6KFreeIOPacket(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, HTC_PACKET *pPacket)
++{
++    LOCK_AR6K(pDev);
++    HTC_PACKET_ENQUEUE(&pDev->RegisterIOList,pPacket);
++    UNLOCK_AR6K(pDev);
++}
++
++HTC_PACKET *AR6KAllocIOPacket(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev)
++{
++    HTC_PACKET *pPacket;
++
++    LOCK_AR6K(pDev);
++    pPacket = HTC_PACKET_DEQUEUE(&pDev->RegisterIOList);
++    UNLOCK_AR6K(pDev);
++
++    return pPacket;
++}
++
++A_STATUS DevSetup(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev)
++{
++    A_UINT32 mailboxaddrs[AR6K_MAILBOXES];
++    A_UINT32 blocksizes[AR6K_MAILBOXES];
++    A_STATUS status = A_OK;
++    int      i;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(AR6K_IRQ_PROC_REGS_SIZE == 16);
++    AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGS_SIZE == 4);
++
++    do {
++            /* give a handle to HIF for this target */
++        HIFSetHandle(pDev->HIFDevice, (void *)pDev);
++            /* initialize our free list of IO packets */
++        INIT_HTC_PACKET_QUEUE(&pDev->RegisterIOList);
++        A_MUTEX_INIT(&pDev->Lock);
++
++            /* get the addresses for all 4 mailboxes */
++        status = HIFConfigureDevice(pDev->HIFDevice, HIF_DEVICE_GET_MBOX_ADDR,
++                                    mailboxaddrs, sizeof(mailboxaddrs));
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* carve up register I/O packets (these are for ASYNC register I/O ) */
++        for (i = 0; i < AR6K_MAX_REG_IO_BUFFERS; i++) {
++            HTC_PACKET *pIOPacket;
++            pIOPacket = &pDev->RegIOBuffers[i].HtcPacket;
++            SET_HTC_PACKET_INFO_RX_REFILL(pIOPacket,
++                                          pDev,
++                                          pDev->RegIOBuffers[i].Buffer,
++                                          AR6K_REG_IO_BUFFER_SIZE,
++                                          0); /* don't care */
++            AR6KFreeIOPacket(pDev,pIOPacket);
++        }
++
++            /* get the address of the mailbox we are using */
++        pDev->MailboxAddress = mailboxaddrs[HTC_MAILBOX];
++
++            /* get the block sizes */
++        status = HIFConfigureDevice(pDev->HIFDevice, HIF_DEVICE_GET_MBOX_BLOCK_SIZE,
++                                    blocksizes, sizeof(blocksizes));
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* note: we actually get the block size of a mailbox other than 0, for SDIO the block
++             * size on mailbox 0 is artificially set to 1.  So we use the block size that is set
++             * for the other 3 mailboxes */
++        pDev->BlockSize = blocksizes[MAILBOX_FOR_BLOCK_SIZE];
++            /* must be a power of 2 */
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT((pDev->BlockSize & (pDev->BlockSize - 1)) == 0);
++
++            /* assemble mask, used for padding to a block */
++        pDev->BlockMask = pDev->BlockSize - 1;
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC,("BlockSize: %d, MailboxAddress:0x%X \n",
++                    pDev->BlockSize, pDev->MailboxAddress));
++
++        pDev->GetPendingEventsFunc = NULL;
++            /* see if the HIF layer implements the get pending events function  */
++        HIFConfigureDevice(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                           HIF_DEVICE_GET_PENDING_EVENTS_FUNC,
++                           &pDev->GetPendingEventsFunc,
++                           sizeof(pDev->GetPendingEventsFunc));
++
++            /* assume we can process HIF interrupt events asynchronously */
++        pDev->HifIRQProcessingMode = HIF_DEVICE_IRQ_ASYNC_SYNC;
++
++            /* see if the HIF layer overrides this assumption */
++        HIFConfigureDevice(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                           HIF_DEVICE_GET_IRQ_PROC_MODE,
++                           &pDev->HifIRQProcessingMode,
++                           sizeof(pDev->HifIRQProcessingMode));
++
++        switch (pDev->HifIRQProcessingMode) {
++            case HIF_DEVICE_IRQ_SYNC_ONLY:
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC,("HIF Interrupt processing is SYNC ONLY\n"));
++                break;
++            case HIF_DEVICE_IRQ_ASYNC_SYNC:
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC,("HIF Interrupt processing is ASYNC and SYNC\n"));
++                break;
++            default:
++                AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++        }
++
++        pDev->HifMaskUmaskRecvEvent = NULL;
++
++            /* see if the HIF layer implements the mask/unmask recv events function  */
++        HIFConfigureDevice(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                           HIF_DEVICE_GET_RECV_EVENT_MASK_UNMASK_FUNC,
++                           &pDev->HifMaskUmaskRecvEvent,
++                           sizeof(pDev->HifMaskUmaskRecvEvent));
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC,("HIF special overrides : 0x%X , 0x%X\n",
++                 (A_UINT32)pDev->GetPendingEventsFunc, (A_UINT32)pDev->HifMaskUmaskRecvEvent));
++
++        status = DevDisableInterrupts(pDev);
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            /* make sure handle is cleared */
++        HIFSetHandle(pDev->HIFDevice, NULL);
++    }
++
++    return status;
++
++}
++
++static A_STATUS DevEnableInterrupts(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev)
++{
++    A_STATUS                  status;
++    AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGISTERS regs;
++
++    LOCK_AR6K(pDev);
++
++        /* Enable all the interrupts except for the dragon interrupt */
++    pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.int_status_enable = INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ERROR_SET(0x01) |
++                                      INT_STATUS_ENABLE_CPU_SET(0x01) |
++                                      INT_STATUS_ENABLE_COUNTER_SET(0x01);
++
++    if (NULL == pDev->GetPendingEventsFunc) {
++        pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.int_status_enable |= INT_STATUS_ENABLE_MBOX_DATA_SET(0x01);
++    } else {
++        /* The HIF layer provided us with a pending events function which means that
++         * the detection of pending mbox messages is handled in the HIF layer.
++         * This is the case for the SPI2 interface.
++         * In the normal case we enable MBOX interrupts, for the case
++         * with HIFs that offer this mechanism, we keep these interrupts
++         * masked */
++        pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.int_status_enable &= ~INT_STATUS_ENABLE_MBOX_DATA_SET(0x01);
++    }
++
++
++    /* Set up the CPU Interrupt Status Register */
++    pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.cpu_int_status_enable = CPU_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_SET(0x00);
++
++    /* Set up the Error Interrupt Status Register */
++    pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.error_status_enable =
++                                  ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_RX_UNDERFLOW_SET(0x01) |
++                                  ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_TX_OVERFLOW_SET(0x01);
++
++    /* Set up the Counter Interrupt Status Register (only for debug interrupt to catch fatal errors) */
++    pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.counter_int_status_enable =
++        COUNTER_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_SET(AR6K_TARGET_DEBUG_INTR_MASK);
++
++        /* copy into our temp area */
++    A_MEMCPY(&regs,&pDev->IrqEnableRegisters,AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGS_SIZE);
++
++    UNLOCK_AR6K(pDev);
++
++        /* always synchronous */
++    status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                          INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ADDRESS,
++                          &regs.int_status_enable,
++                          AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGS_SIZE,
++                          HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                          NULL);
++
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        /* Can't write it for some reason */
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                        ("Failed to update interrupt control registers err: %d\n", status));
++
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS DevDisableInterrupts(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev)
++{
++    AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGISTERS regs;
++
++    LOCK_AR6K(pDev);
++        /* Disable all interrupts */
++    pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.int_status_enable = 0;
++    pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.cpu_int_status_enable = 0;
++    pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.error_status_enable = 0;
++    pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.counter_int_status_enable = 0;
++        /* copy into our temp area */
++    A_MEMCPY(&regs,&pDev->IrqEnableRegisters,AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGS_SIZE);
++
++    UNLOCK_AR6K(pDev);
++
++        /* always synchronous */
++    return HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                        INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ADDRESS,
++                        &regs.int_status_enable,
++                        AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGS_SIZE,
++                        HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                        NULL);
++}
++
++/* enable device interrupts */
++A_STATUS DevUnmaskInterrupts(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev)
++{
++        /* Unmask the host controller interrupts */
++    HIFUnMaskInterrupt(pDev->HIFDevice);
++
++    return DevEnableInterrupts(pDev);
++}
++
++/* disable all device interrupts */
++A_STATUS DevMaskInterrupts(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++
++    status = DevDisableInterrupts(pDev);
++
++    if (A_SUCCESS(status)) {
++            /* Disable the interrupt at the HIF layer */
++        HIFMaskInterrupt(pDev->HIFDevice);
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++/* callback when our fetch to enable/disable completes */
++static void DevDoEnableDisableRecvAsyncHandler(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket)
++{
++    AR6K_DEVICE *pDev = (AR6K_DEVICE *)Context;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,("+DevDoEnableDisableRecvAsyncHandler: (dev: 0x%X)\n", (A_UINT32)pDev));
++
++    if (A_FAILED(pPacket->Status)) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                (" Failed to disable receiver, status:%d \n", pPacket->Status));
++    }
++        /* free this IO packet */
++    AR6KFreeIOPacket(pDev,pPacket);
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,("-DevDoEnableDisableRecvAsyncHandler \n"));
++}
++
++/* disable packet reception (used in case the host runs out of buffers)
++ * this is the "override" method when the HIF reports another methods to
++ * disable recv events */
++static A_STATUS DevDoEnableDisableRecvOverride(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, A_BOOL EnableRecv, A_BOOL AsyncMode)
++{
++    A_STATUS                  status = A_OK;
++    HTC_PACKET                *pIOPacket = NULL;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC,("DevDoEnableDisableRecvOverride: Enable:%d Mode:%d\n",
++            EnableRecv,AsyncMode));
++
++    do {
++
++        if (AsyncMode) {
++
++            pIOPacket = AR6KAllocIOPacket(pDev);
++
++            if (NULL == pIOPacket) {
++                status = A_NO_MEMORY;
++                AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++                break;
++            }
++
++                /* stick in our completion routine when the I/O operation completes */
++            pIOPacket->Completion = DevDoEnableDisableRecvAsyncHandler;
++            pIOPacket->pContext = pDev;
++
++                /* call the HIF layer override and do this asynchronously */
++            status = pDev->HifMaskUmaskRecvEvent(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                                                 EnableRecv ? HIF_UNMASK_RECV : HIF_MASK_RECV,
++                                                 pIOPacket);
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* if we get here we are doing it synchronously */
++        status = pDev->HifMaskUmaskRecvEvent(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                                             EnableRecv ? HIF_UNMASK_RECV : HIF_MASK_RECV,
++                                             NULL);
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status) && (pIOPacket != NULL)) {
++        AR6KFreeIOPacket(pDev,pIOPacket);
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++/* disable packet reception (used in case the host runs out of buffers)
++ * this is the "normal" method using the interrupt enable registers through
++ * the host I/F */
++static A_STATUS DevDoEnableDisableRecvNormal(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, A_BOOL EnableRecv, A_BOOL AsyncMode)
++{
++    A_STATUS                  status = A_OK;
++    HTC_PACKET                *pIOPacket = NULL;
++    AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGISTERS regs;
++
++        /* take the lock to protect interrupt enable shadows */
++    LOCK_AR6K(pDev);
++
++    if (EnableRecv) {
++        pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.int_status_enable |= INT_STATUS_ENABLE_MBOX_DATA_SET(0x01);
++    } else {
++        pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.int_status_enable &= ~INT_STATUS_ENABLE_MBOX_DATA_SET(0x01);
++    }
++
++        /* copy into our temp area */
++    A_MEMCPY(&regs,&pDev->IrqEnableRegisters,AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGS_SIZE);
++    UNLOCK_AR6K(pDev);
++
++    do {
++
++        if (AsyncMode) {
++
++            pIOPacket = AR6KAllocIOPacket(pDev);
++
++            if (NULL == pIOPacket) {
++                status = A_NO_MEMORY;
++                AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++                break;
++            }
++
++                /* copy values to write to our async I/O buffer */
++            A_MEMCPY(pIOPacket->pBuffer,&regs,AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGS_SIZE);
++
++                /* stick in our completion routine when the I/O operation completes */
++            pIOPacket->Completion = DevDoEnableDisableRecvAsyncHandler;
++            pIOPacket->pContext = pDev;
++
++                /* write it out asynchronously */
++            HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                         INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ADDRESS,
++                         pIOPacket->pBuffer,
++                         AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGS_SIZE,
++                         HIF_WR_ASYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                         pIOPacket);
++            break;
++        }
++
++        /* if we get here we are doing it synchronously */
++
++        status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                              INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ADDRESS,
++                              &regs.int_status_enable,
++                              AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGS_SIZE,
++                              HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                              NULL);
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status) && (pIOPacket != NULL)) {
++        AR6KFreeIOPacket(pDev,pIOPacket);
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++
++A_STATUS DevStopRecv(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, A_BOOL AsyncMode)
++{
++    if (NULL == pDev->HifMaskUmaskRecvEvent) {
++        return DevDoEnableDisableRecvNormal(pDev,FALSE,AsyncMode);
++    } else {
++        return DevDoEnableDisableRecvOverride(pDev,FALSE,AsyncMode);
++    }
++}
++
++A_STATUS DevEnableRecv(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, A_BOOL AsyncMode)
++{
++    if (NULL == pDev->HifMaskUmaskRecvEvent) {
++        return DevDoEnableDisableRecvNormal(pDev,TRUE,AsyncMode);
++    } else {
++        return DevDoEnableDisableRecvOverride(pDev,TRUE,AsyncMode);
++    }
++}
++
++void DevDumpRegisters(AR6K_IRQ_PROC_REGISTERS   *pIrqProcRegs,
++                      AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGISTERS *pIrqEnableRegs)
++{
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_DUMP, ("\n<------- Register Table -------->\n"));
++
++    if (pIrqProcRegs != NULL) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_DUMP,
++            ("Int Status:               0x%x\n",pIrqProcRegs->host_int_status));
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_DUMP,
++            ("CPU Int Status:            0x%x\n",pIrqProcRegs->cpu_int_status));
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_DUMP,
++            ("Error Int Status:          0x%x\n",pIrqProcRegs->error_int_status));
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_DUMP,
++            ("Counter Int Status:        0x%x\n",pIrqProcRegs->counter_int_status));
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_DUMP,
++            ("Mbox Frame:                0x%x\n",pIrqProcRegs->mbox_frame));
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_DUMP,
++            ("Rx Lookahead Valid:        0x%x\n",pIrqProcRegs->rx_lookahead_valid));
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_DUMP,
++            ("Rx Lookahead 0:            0x%x\n",pIrqProcRegs->rx_lookahead[0]));
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_DUMP,
++            ("Rx Lookahead 1:            0x%x\n",pIrqProcRegs->rx_lookahead[1]));
++    }
++
++    if (pIrqEnableRegs != NULL) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_DUMP,
++            ("Int Status Enable:         0x%x\n",pIrqEnableRegs->int_status_enable));
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_DUMP,
++            ("Counter Int Status Enable: 0x%x\n",pIrqEnableRegs->counter_int_status_enable));
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_DUMP, ("<------------------------------->\n"));
++    }
++}
++
++
++#ifdef MBOXHW_UNIT_TEST
++
++
++/* This is a mailbox hardware unit test that must be called in a schedulable context
++ * This test is very simple, it will send a list of buffers with a counting pattern
++ * and the target will invert the data and send the message back
++ *
++ * the unit test has the following constraints:
++ *
++ * The target has at least 8 buffers of 256 bytes each. The host will send
++ * the following pattern of buffers in rapid succession :
++ *
++ * 1 buffer - 128 bytes
++ * 1 buffer - 256 bytes
++ * 1 buffer - 512 bytes
++ * 1 buffer - 1024 bytes
++ *
++ * The host will send the buffers to one mailbox and wait for buffers to be reflected
++ * back from the same mailbox. The target sends the buffers FIFO order.
++ * Once the final buffer has been received for a mailbox, the next mailbox is tested.
++ *
++ *
++ * Note:  To simplifythe test , we assume that the chosen buffer sizes
++ *        will fall on a nice block pad
++ *
++ * It is expected that higher-order tests will be written to stress the mailboxes using
++ * a message-based protocol (with some performance timming) that can create more
++ * randomness in the packets sent over mailboxes.
++ *
++ * */
++
++#define A_ROUND_UP_PWR2(x, align)    (((int) (x) + ((align)-1)) & ~((align)-1))
++
++#define BUFFER_BLOCK_PAD 128
++
++#if 0
++#define BUFFER1 128
++#define BUFFER2 256
++#define BUFFER3 512
++#define BUFFER4 1024
++#endif
++
++#if 1
++#define BUFFER1 80
++#define BUFFER2 200
++#define BUFFER3 444
++#define BUFFER4 800
++#endif
++
++#define TOTAL_BYTES (A_ROUND_UP_PWR2(BUFFER1,BUFFER_BLOCK_PAD) + \
++                     A_ROUND_UP_PWR2(BUFFER2,BUFFER_BLOCK_PAD) + \
++                     A_ROUND_UP_PWR2(BUFFER3,BUFFER_BLOCK_PAD) + \
++                     A_ROUND_UP_PWR2(BUFFER4,BUFFER_BLOCK_PAD) )
++
++#define TEST_BYTES (BUFFER1 +  BUFFER2 + BUFFER3 + BUFFER4)
++
++#define TEST_CREDITS_RECV_TIMEOUT 100
++
++static A_UINT8  g_Buffer[TOTAL_BYTES];
++static A_UINT32 g_MailboxAddrs[AR6K_MAILBOXES];
++static A_UINT32 g_BlockSizes[AR6K_MAILBOXES];
++
++#define BUFFER_PROC_LIST_DEPTH 4
++
++typedef struct _BUFFER_PROC_LIST{
++    A_UINT8  *pBuffer;
++    A_UINT32 length;
++}BUFFER_PROC_LIST;
++
++
++#define PUSH_BUFF_PROC_ENTRY(pList,len,pCurrpos) \
++{                                                   \
++    (pList)->pBuffer = (pCurrpos);                  \
++    (pList)->length = (len);                        \
++    (pCurrpos) += (len);                            \
++    (pList)++;                                      \
++}
++
++/* a simple and crude way to send different "message" sizes */
++static void AssembleBufferList(BUFFER_PROC_LIST *pList)
++{
++    A_UINT8 *pBuffer = g_Buffer;
++
++#if BUFFER_PROC_LIST_DEPTH < 4
++#error "Buffer processing list depth is not deep enough!!"
++#endif
++
++    PUSH_BUFF_PROC_ENTRY(pList,BUFFER1,pBuffer);
++    PUSH_BUFF_PROC_ENTRY(pList,BUFFER2,pBuffer);
++    PUSH_BUFF_PROC_ENTRY(pList,BUFFER3,pBuffer);
++    PUSH_BUFF_PROC_ENTRY(pList,BUFFER4,pBuffer);
++
++}
++
++#define FILL_ZERO     TRUE
++#define FILL_COUNTING FALSE
++static void InitBuffers(A_BOOL Zero)
++{
++    A_UINT16 *pBuffer16 = (A_UINT16 *)g_Buffer;
++    int      i;
++
++        /* fill buffer with 16 bit counting pattern or zeros */
++    for (i = 0; i <  (TOTAL_BYTES / 2) ; i++) {
++        if (!Zero) {
++            pBuffer16[i] = (A_UINT16)i;
++        } else {
++            pBuffer16[i] = 0;
++        }
++    }
++}
++
++
++static A_BOOL CheckOneBuffer(A_UINT16 *pBuffer16, int Length)
++{
++    int      i;
++    A_UINT16 startCount;
++    A_BOOL   success = TRUE;
++
++        /* get the starting count */
++    startCount = pBuffer16[0];
++        /* invert it, this is the expected value */
++    startCount = ~startCount;
++        /* scan the buffer and verify */
++    for (i = 0; i < (Length / 2) ; i++,startCount++) {
++            /* target will invert all the data */
++        if ((A_UINT16)pBuffer16[i] != (A_UINT16)~startCount) {
++            success = FALSE;
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Invalid Data Got:0x%X, Expecting:0x%X (offset:%d, total:%d) \n",
++                        pBuffer16[i], ((A_UINT16)~startCount), i, Length));
++             AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("0x%X 0x%X 0x%X 0x%X \n",
++                        pBuffer16[i], pBuffer16[i + 1], pBuffer16[i + 2],pBuffer16[i+3]));
++            break;
++        }
++    }
++
++    return success;
++}
++
++static A_BOOL CheckBuffers(void)
++{
++    int      i;
++    A_BOOL   success = TRUE;
++    BUFFER_PROC_LIST checkList[BUFFER_PROC_LIST_DEPTH];
++
++        /* assemble the list */
++    AssembleBufferList(checkList);
++
++        /* scan the buffers and verify */
++    for (i = 0; i < BUFFER_PROC_LIST_DEPTH ; i++) {
++        success = CheckOneBuffer((A_UINT16 *)checkList[i].pBuffer, checkList[i].length);
++        if (!success) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Buffer : 0x%X, Length:%d failed verify \n",
++                        (A_UINT32)checkList[i].pBuffer, checkList[i].length));
++            break;
++        }
++    }
++
++    return success;
++}
++
++    /* find the end marker for the last buffer we will be sending */
++static A_UINT16 GetEndMarker(void)
++{
++    A_UINT8  *pBuffer;
++    BUFFER_PROC_LIST checkList[BUFFER_PROC_LIST_DEPTH];
++
++        /* fill up buffers with the normal counting pattern */
++    InitBuffers(FILL_COUNTING);
++
++        /* assemble the list we will be sending down */
++    AssembleBufferList(checkList);
++        /* point to the last 2 bytes of the last buffer */
++    pBuffer = &(checkList[BUFFER_PROC_LIST_DEPTH - 1].pBuffer[(checkList[BUFFER_PROC_LIST_DEPTH - 1].length) - 2]);
++
++        /* the last count in the last buffer is the marker */
++    return (A_UINT16)pBuffer[0] | ((A_UINT16)pBuffer[1] << 8);
++}
++
++#define ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE ATH_DEBUG_ERR
++
++/* send the ordered buffers to the target */
++static A_STATUS SendBuffers(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, int mbox)
++{
++    A_STATUS         status = A_OK;
++    A_UINT32         request = HIF_WR_SYNC_BLOCK_INC;
++    BUFFER_PROC_LIST sendList[BUFFER_PROC_LIST_DEPTH];
++    int              i;
++    int              totalBytes = 0;
++    int              paddedLength;
++    int              totalwPadding = 0;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, ("Sending buffers on mailbox : %d \n",mbox));
++
++        /* fill buffer with counting pattern */
++    InitBuffers(FILL_COUNTING);
++
++        /* assemble the order in which we send */
++    AssembleBufferList(sendList);
++
++    for (i = 0; i < BUFFER_PROC_LIST_DEPTH; i++) {
++
++            /* we are doing block transfers, so we need to pad everything to a block size */
++        paddedLength = (sendList[i].length + (g_BlockSizes[mbox] - 1)) &
++                       (~(g_BlockSizes[mbox] - 1));
++
++            /* send each buffer synchronously */
++        status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                              g_MailboxAddrs[mbox],
++                              sendList[i].pBuffer,
++                              paddedLength,
++                              request,
++                              NULL);
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            break;
++        }
++        totalBytes += sendList[i].length;
++        totalwPadding += paddedLength;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, ("Sent %d bytes (%d padded bytes) to mailbox : %d \n",totalBytes,totalwPadding,mbox));
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++/* poll the mailbox credit counter until we get a credit or timeout */
++static A_STATUS GetCredits(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, int mbox, int *pCredits)
++{
++    A_STATUS status = A_OK;
++    int      timeout = TEST_CREDITS_RECV_TIMEOUT;
++    A_UINT8  credits = 0;
++    A_UINT32 address;
++
++    while (TRUE) {
++
++            /* Read the counter register to get credits, this auto-decrements  */
++        address = COUNT_DEC_ADDRESS + (AR6K_MAILBOXES + mbox) * 4;
++        status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice, address, &credits, sizeof(credits),
++                              HIF_RD_SYNC_BYTE_FIX, NULL);
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                ("Unable to decrement the command credit count register (mbox=%d)\n",mbox));
++            status = A_ERROR;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (credits) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        timeout--;
++
++        if (timeout <= 0) {
++              AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                (" Timeout reading credit registers (mbox=%d, address:0x%X) \n",mbox,address));
++            status = A_ERROR;
++            break;
++        }
++
++         /* delay a little, target may not be ready */
++         A_MDELAY(1000);
++
++    }
++
++    if (status == A_OK) {
++        *pCredits = credits;
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++
++/* wait for the buffers to come back */
++static A_STATUS RecvBuffers(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, int mbox)
++{
++    A_STATUS         status = A_OK;
++    A_UINT32         request = HIF_RD_SYNC_BLOCK_INC;
++    BUFFER_PROC_LIST recvList[BUFFER_PROC_LIST_DEPTH];
++    int              curBuffer;
++    int              credits;
++    int              i;
++    int              totalBytes = 0;
++    int              paddedLength;
++    int              totalwPadding = 0;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, ("Waiting for buffers on mailbox : %d \n",mbox));
++
++        /* zero the buffers */
++    InitBuffers(FILL_ZERO);
++
++        /* assemble the order in which we should receive */
++    AssembleBufferList(recvList);
++
++    curBuffer = 0;
++
++    while (curBuffer < BUFFER_PROC_LIST_DEPTH) {
++
++            /* get number of buffers that have been completed, this blocks
++             * until we get at least 1 credit or it times out */
++        status = GetCredits(pDev, mbox, &credits);
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, ("Got %d messages on mailbox : %d \n",credits, mbox));
++
++            /* get all the buffers that are sitting on the queue */
++        for (i = 0; i < credits; i++) {
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(curBuffer < BUFFER_PROC_LIST_DEPTH);
++                /* recv the current buffer synchronously, the buffers should come back in
++                 * order... with padding applied by the target */
++            paddedLength = (recvList[curBuffer].length + (g_BlockSizes[mbox] - 1)) &
++                       (~(g_BlockSizes[mbox] - 1));
++
++            status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                                  g_MailboxAddrs[mbox],
++                                  recvList[curBuffer].pBuffer,
++                                  paddedLength,
++                                  request,
++                                  NULL);
++            if (status != A_OK) {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Failed to read %d bytes on mailbox:%d : address:0x%X \n",
++                        recvList[curBuffer].length, mbox, g_MailboxAddrs[mbox]));
++                break;
++            }
++
++            totalwPadding += paddedLength;
++            totalBytes += recvList[curBuffer].length;
++            curBuffer++;
++        }
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            break;
++        }
++            /* go back and get some more */
++        credits = 0;
++    }
++
++    if (totalBytes != TEST_BYTES) {
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++    }  else {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, ("Got all buffers on mbox:%d total recv :%d (w/Padding : %d) \n",
++            mbox, totalBytes, totalwPadding));
++    }
++
++    return status;
++
++
++}
++
++static A_STATUS DoOneMboxHWTest(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, int mbox)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++
++    do {
++            /* send out buffers */
++        status = SendBuffers(pDev,mbox);
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Sending buffers Failed : %d mbox:%d\n",status,mbox));
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* go get them, this will block */
++        status =  RecvBuffers(pDev, mbox);
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Recv buffers Failed : %d mbox:%d\n",status,mbox));
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* check the returned data patterns */
++        if (!CheckBuffers()) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Buffer Verify Failed : mbox:%d\n",mbox));
++            status = A_ERROR;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, (" Send/Recv success! mailbox : %d \n",mbox));
++
++    }  while (FALSE);
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++/* here is where the test starts */
++A_STATUS DoMboxHWTest(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev)
++{
++    int      i;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    int      credits = 0;
++    A_UINT8  params[4];
++    int      numBufs;
++    int      bufferSize;
++    A_UINT16 temp;
++
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, (" DoMboxHWTest START -  \n"));
++
++    do {
++            /* get the addresses for all 4 mailboxes */
++        status = HIFConfigureDevice(pDev->HIFDevice, HIF_DEVICE_GET_MBOX_ADDR,
++                                    g_MailboxAddrs, sizeof(g_MailboxAddrs));
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* get the block sizes */
++        status = HIFConfigureDevice(pDev->HIFDevice, HIF_DEVICE_GET_MBOX_BLOCK_SIZE,
++                                    g_BlockSizes, sizeof(g_BlockSizes));
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* note, the HIF layer usually reports mbox 0 to have a block size of
++             * 1, but our test wants to run in block-mode for all mailboxes, so we treat all mailboxes
++             * the same. */
++        g_BlockSizes[0] = g_BlockSizes[1];
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, ("Block Size to use: %d \n",g_BlockSizes[0]));
++
++        if (g_BlockSizes[1] > BUFFER_BLOCK_PAD) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, ("%d Block size is too large for buffer pad %d\n",
++                g_BlockSizes[1], BUFFER_BLOCK_PAD));
++            break;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, ("Waiting for target.... \n"));
++
++            /* the target lets us know it is ready by giving us 1 credit on
++             * mailbox 0 */
++        status = GetCredits(pDev, 0, &credits);
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Failed to wait for target ready \n"));
++            break;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, ("Target is ready ...\n"));
++
++            /* read the first 4 scratch registers */
++        status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                              SCRATCH_ADDRESS,
++                              params,
++                              4,
++                              HIF_RD_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                              NULL);
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Failed to wait get parameters \n"));
++            break;
++        }
++
++        numBufs = params[0];
++        bufferSize = (int)(((A_UINT16)params[2] << 8) | (A_UINT16)params[1]);
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE,
++            ("Target parameters: bufs per mailbox:%d, buffer size:%d bytes (total space: %d, minimum required space (w/padding): %d) \n",
++            numBufs, bufferSize, (numBufs * bufferSize), TOTAL_BYTES));
++
++        if ((numBufs * bufferSize) < TOTAL_BYTES) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Not Enough buffer space to run test! need:%d, got:%d \n",
++                TOTAL_BYTES, (numBufs*bufferSize)));
++            status = A_ERROR;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        temp = GetEndMarker();
++
++        status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                              SCRATCH_ADDRESS + 4,
++                              (A_UINT8 *)&temp,
++                              2,
++                              HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                              NULL);
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Failed to write end marker \n"));
++            break;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, ("End Marker: 0x%X \n",temp));
++
++        temp = (A_UINT16)g_BlockSizes[1];
++            /* convert to a mask */
++        temp = temp - 1;
++        status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                              SCRATCH_ADDRESS + 6,
++                              (A_UINT8 *)&temp,
++                              2,
++                              HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                              NULL);
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Failed to write block mask \n"));
++            break;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, ("Set Block Mask: 0x%X \n",temp));
++
++            /* execute the test on each mailbox */
++        for (i = 0; i < AR6K_MAILBOXES; i++) {
++            status = DoOneMboxHWTest(pDev, i);
++            if (status != A_OK) {
++                break;
++            }
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (status == A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, (" DoMboxHWTest DONE - SUCCESS! -  \n"));
++    } else {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_PRINT_OUT_ZONE, (" DoMboxHWTest DONE - FAILED! -  \n"));
++    }
++        /* don't let HTC_Start continue, the target is actually not running any HTC code */
++    return A_ERROR;
++}
++#endif
++
++
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/ar6k_events.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/ar6k_events.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,638 @@
++/*
++ * AR6K Driver layer event handling (i.e. interrupts, message polling)
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++#include "a_config.h"
++#include "athdefs.h"
++#include "a_types.h"
++#include "AR6Khwreg.h"
++#include "a_osapi.h"
++#include "a_debug.h"
++#include "hif.h"
++#include "htc_packet.h"
++#include "ar6k.h"
++
++extern void AR6KFreeIOPacket(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, HTC_PACKET *pPacket);
++extern HTC_PACKET *AR6KAllocIOPacket(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev);
++
++static A_STATUS DevServiceDebugInterrupt(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev);
++
++#define DELAY_PER_INTERVAL_MS 10  /* 10 MS delay per polling interval */
++
++/* completion routine for ALL HIF layer async I/O */
++A_STATUS DevRWCompletionHandler(void *context, A_STATUS status)
++{
++    HTC_PACKET *pPacket = (HTC_PACKET *)context;
++
++    COMPLETE_HTC_PACKET(pPacket,status);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++/* mailbox recv message polling */
++A_STATUS DevPollMboxMsgRecv(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev,
++                            A_UINT32    *pLookAhead,
++                            int          TimeoutMS)
++{
++    A_STATUS status = A_OK;
++    int      timeout = TimeoutMS/DELAY_PER_INTERVAL_MS;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(timeout > 0);
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV,("+DevPollMboxMsgRecv \n"));
++
++    while (TRUE) {
++
++        if (pDev->GetPendingEventsFunc != NULL)
++		{
++
++            HIF_PENDING_EVENTS_INFO events;
++
++            /* the HIF layer uses a special mechanism to get events, do this
++             * synchronously */
++            status = pDev->GetPendingEventsFunc(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                                            &events,
++                                            NULL);
++            if (A_FAILED(status))
++			{
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,("Failed to get pending events \n"));
++				break;
++            }
++
++            if (events.Events & HIF_RECV_MSG_AVAIL)
++			{
++                    /*  there is a message available, the lookahead should be valid now */
++                *pLookAhead = events.LookAhead;
++
++                break;
++            }
++        }
++		else
++		{
++
++                /* this is the standard HIF way.... */
++                /* load the register table */
++            status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                                  HOST_INT_STATUS_ADDRESS,
++                                  (A_UINT8 *)&pDev->IrqProcRegisters,
++                                  AR6K_IRQ_PROC_REGS_SIZE,
++                                  HIF_RD_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                                  NULL);
++
++            if (A_FAILED(status))
++			{
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,("Failed to read register table \n"));
++                break;
++            }
++
++                /* check for MBOX data and valid lookahead */
++            if (pDev->IrqProcRegisters.host_int_status & (1 << HTC_MAILBOX))
++			{
++                if (pDev->IrqProcRegisters.rx_lookahead_valid & (1 << HTC_MAILBOX))
++				{
++                    /* mailbox has a message and the look ahead is valid */
++                    *pLookAhead = pDev->IrqProcRegisters.rx_lookahead[HTC_MAILBOX];
++                    break;
++                }
++            }
++
++        }
++
++        timeout--;
++
++        if (timeout <= 0)
++		{
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, (" Timeout waiting for recv message \n"));
++            status = A_ERROR;
++
++                /* check if the target asserted */
++            if ( pDev->IrqProcRegisters.counter_int_status & AR6K_TARGET_DEBUG_INTR_MASK) {
++                    /* target signaled an assert, process this pending interrupt
++                     * this will call the target failure handler */
++                DevServiceDebugInterrupt(pDev);
++            }
++
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* delay a little  */
++         A_MDELAY(DELAY_PER_INTERVAL_MS);
++         AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV,("  Retry Mbox Poll : %d \n",timeout));
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV,("-DevPollMboxMsgRecv \n"));
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS DevServiceCPUInterrupt(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT8  cpu_int_status;
++    A_UINT8  regBuffer[4];
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ, ("CPU Interrupt\n"));
++    cpu_int_status = pDev->IrqProcRegisters.cpu_int_status &
++                     pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.cpu_int_status_enable;
++    AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(cpu_int_status);
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,
++                    ("Valid interrupt source(s) in CPU_INT_STATUS: 0x%x\n",
++                    cpu_int_status));
++
++        /* Clear the interrupt */
++    pDev->IrqProcRegisters.cpu_int_status &= ~cpu_int_status; /* W1C */
++
++        /* set up the register transfer buffer to hit the register 4 times , this is done
++         * to make the access 4-byte aligned to mitigate issues with host bus interconnects that
++         * restrict bus transfer lengths to be a multiple of 4-bytes */
++
++        /* set W1C value to clear the interrupt, this hits the register first */
++    regBuffer[0] = cpu_int_status;
++        /* the remaining 4 values are set to zero which have no-effect  */
++    regBuffer[1] = 0;
++    regBuffer[2] = 0;
++    regBuffer[3] = 0;
++
++    status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                          CPU_INT_STATUS_ADDRESS,
++                          regBuffer,
++                          4,
++                          HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_FIX,
++                          NULL);
++
++    AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(status == A_OK);
++    return status;
++}
++
++
++static A_STATUS DevServiceErrorInterrupt(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT8  error_int_status;
++    A_UINT8  regBuffer[4];
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ, ("Error Interrupt\n"));
++    error_int_status = pDev->IrqProcRegisters.error_int_status & 0x0F;
++    AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(error_int_status);
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,
++                    ("Valid interrupt source(s) in ERROR_INT_STATUS: 0x%x\n",
++                    error_int_status));
++
++    if (ERROR_INT_STATUS_WAKEUP_GET(error_int_status)) {
++        /* Wakeup */
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ, ("Error : Wakeup\n"));
++    }
++
++    if (ERROR_INT_STATUS_RX_UNDERFLOW_GET(error_int_status)) {
++        /* Rx Underflow */
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Error : Rx Underflow\n"));
++    }
++
++    if (ERROR_INT_STATUS_TX_OVERFLOW_GET(error_int_status)) {
++        /* Tx Overflow */
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Error : Tx Overflow\n"));
++    }
++
++        /* Clear the interrupt */
++    pDev->IrqProcRegisters.error_int_status &= ~error_int_status; /* W1C */
++
++        /* set up the register transfer buffer to hit the register 4 times , this is done
++         * to make the access 4-byte aligned to mitigate issues with host bus interconnects that
++         * restrict bus transfer lengths to be a multiple of 4-bytes */
++
++        /* set W1C value to clear the interrupt, this hits the register first */
++    regBuffer[0] = error_int_status;
++        /* the remaining 4 values are set to zero which have no-effect  */
++    regBuffer[1] = 0;
++    regBuffer[2] = 0;
++    regBuffer[3] = 0;
++
++    status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                          ERROR_INT_STATUS_ADDRESS,
++                          regBuffer,
++                          4,
++                          HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_FIX,
++                          NULL);
++
++    AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(status == A_OK);
++    return status;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS DevServiceDebugInterrupt(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev)
++{
++    A_UINT32 dummy;
++    A_STATUS status;
++
++    /* Send a target failure event to the application */
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Target debug interrupt\n"));
++
++    if (pDev->TargetFailureCallback != NULL) {
++        pDev->TargetFailureCallback(pDev->HTCContext);
++    }
++
++    /* clear the interrupt , the debug error interrupt is
++     * counter 0 */
++        /* read counter to clear interrupt */
++    status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                          COUNT_DEC_ADDRESS,
++                          (A_UINT8 *)&dummy,
++                          4,
++                          HIF_RD_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                          NULL);
++
++    AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(status == A_OK);
++    return status;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS DevServiceCounterInterrupt(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev)
++{
++    A_UINT8 counter_int_status;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ, ("Counter Interrupt\n"));
++
++    counter_int_status = pDev->IrqProcRegisters.counter_int_status &
++                         pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.counter_int_status_enable;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(counter_int_status);
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,
++                    ("Valid interrupt source(s) in COUNTER_INT_STATUS: 0x%x\n",
++                    counter_int_status));
++
++    /* Check if the debug interrupt is pending */
++    if (counter_int_status & AR6K_TARGET_DEBUG_INTR_MASK) {
++        return DevServiceDebugInterrupt(pDev);
++    }
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++/* callback when our fetch to get interrupt status registers completes */
++static void DevGetEventAsyncHandler(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket)
++{
++    AR6K_DEVICE *pDev = (AR6K_DEVICE *)Context;
++    A_UINT32    lookAhead = 0;
++    A_BOOL      otherInts = FALSE;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,("+DevGetEventAsyncHandler: (dev: 0x%X)\n", (A_UINT32)pDev));
++
++    do {
++
++        if (A_FAILED(pPacket->Status)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                    (" GetEvents I/O request failed, status:%d \n", pPacket->Status));
++            /* bail out, don't unmask HIF interrupt */
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (pDev->GetPendingEventsFunc != NULL) {
++                /* the HIF layer collected the information for us */
++            HIF_PENDING_EVENTS_INFO *pEvents = (HIF_PENDING_EVENTS_INFO *)pPacket->pBuffer;
++            if (pEvents->Events & HIF_RECV_MSG_AVAIL) {
++                lookAhead = pEvents->LookAhead;
++                if (0 == lookAhead) {
++                    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,(" DevGetEventAsyncHandler1, lookAhead is zero! \n"));
++                }
++            }
++            if (pEvents->Events & HIF_OTHER_EVENTS) {
++                otherInts = TRUE;
++            }
++        } else {
++                /* standard interrupt table handling.... */
++            AR6K_IRQ_PROC_REGISTERS *pReg = (AR6K_IRQ_PROC_REGISTERS *)pPacket->pBuffer;
++            A_UINT8                 host_int_status;
++
++            host_int_status = pReg->host_int_status & pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.int_status_enable;
++
++            if (host_int_status & (1 << HTC_MAILBOX)) {
++                host_int_status &= ~(1 << HTC_MAILBOX);
++                if (pReg->rx_lookahead_valid & (1 << HTC_MAILBOX)) {
++                        /* mailbox has a message and the look ahead is valid */
++                    lookAhead = pReg->rx_lookahead[HTC_MAILBOX];
++                    if (0 == lookAhead) {
++                        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,(" DevGetEventAsyncHandler2, lookAhead is zero! \n"));
++                    }
++                }
++            }
++
++            if (host_int_status) {
++                    /* there are other interrupts to handle */
++                otherInts = TRUE;
++            }
++        }
++
++        if (otherInts || (lookAhead == 0)) {
++            /* if there are other interrupts to process, we cannot do this in the async handler so
++             * ack the interrupt which will cause our sync handler to run again
++             * if however there are no more messages, we can now ack the interrupt  */
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,
++                (" Acking interrupt from DevGetEventAsyncHandler (otherints:%d, lookahead:0x%X)\n",
++                otherInts, lookAhead));
++            HIFAckInterrupt(pDev->HIFDevice);
++        } else {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,
++                    (" DevGetEventAsyncHandler : detected another message, lookahead :0x%X \n",
++                    lookAhead));
++                /* lookahead is non-zero and there are no other interrupts to service,
++                 * go get the next message */
++            pDev->MessagePendingCallback(pDev->HTCContext, lookAhead, NULL);
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++        /* free this IO packet */
++    AR6KFreeIOPacket(pDev,pPacket);
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,("-DevGetEventAsyncHandler \n"));
++}
++
++/* called by the HTC layer when it wants us to check if the device has any more pending
++ * recv messages, this starts off a series of async requests to read interrupt registers  */
++A_STATUS DevCheckPendingRecvMsgsAsync(void *context)
++{
++    AR6K_DEVICE  *pDev = (AR6K_DEVICE *)context;
++    A_STATUS      status = A_OK;
++    HTC_PACKET   *pIOPacket;
++
++    /* this is called in an ASYNC only context, we may NOT block, sleep or call any apis that can
++     * cause us to switch contexts */
++
++   AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,("+DevCheckPendingRecvMsgsAsync: (dev: 0x%X)\n", (A_UINT32)pDev));
++
++   do {
++
++        if (HIF_DEVICE_IRQ_SYNC_ONLY == pDev->HifIRQProcessingMode) {
++                /* break the async processing chain right here, no need to continue.
++                 * The DevDsrHandler() will handle things in a loop when things are driven
++                 * synchronously  */
++            break;
++        }
++            /* first allocate one of our HTC packets we created for async I/O
++             * we reuse HTC packet definitions so that we can use the completion mechanism
++             * in DevRWCompletionHandler() */
++        pIOPacket = AR6KAllocIOPacket(pDev);
++
++        if (NULL == pIOPacket) {
++                /* there should be only 1 asynchronous request out at a time to read these registers
++                 * so this should actually never happen */
++            status = A_NO_MEMORY;
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* stick in our completion routine when the I/O operation completes */
++        pIOPacket->Completion = DevGetEventAsyncHandler;
++        pIOPacket->pContext = pDev;
++
++        if (pDev->GetPendingEventsFunc) {
++                /* HIF layer has it's own mechanism, pass the IO to it.. */
++            status = pDev->GetPendingEventsFunc(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                                                (HIF_PENDING_EVENTS_INFO *)pIOPacket->pBuffer,
++                                                pIOPacket);
++
++        } else {
++                /* standard way, read the interrupt register table asynchronously again */
++            status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                                  HOST_INT_STATUS_ADDRESS,
++                                  pIOPacket->pBuffer,
++                                  AR6K_IRQ_PROC_REGS_SIZE,
++                                  HIF_RD_ASYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                                  pIOPacket);
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,(" Async IO issued to get interrupt status...\n"));
++   } while (FALSE);
++
++   AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,("-DevCheckPendingRecvMsgsAsync \n"));
++
++   return status;
++}
++
++/* process pending interrupts synchronously */
++static A_STATUS ProcessPendingIRQs(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, A_BOOL *pDone, A_BOOL *pASyncProcessing)
++{
++    A_STATUS    status = A_OK;
++    A_UINT8     host_int_status = 0;
++    A_UINT32    lookAhead = 0;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,("+ProcessPendingIRQs: (dev: 0x%X)\n", (A_UINT32)pDev));
++
++    /*** NOTE: the HIF implementation guarantees that the context of this call allows
++     *         us to perform SYNCHRONOUS I/O, that is we can block, sleep or call any API that
++     *         can block or switch thread/task ontexts.
++     *         This is a fully schedulable context.
++     * */
++    do {
++
++        if (pDev->GetPendingEventsFunc != NULL) {
++            HIF_PENDING_EVENTS_INFO events;
++
++                /* the HIF layer uses a special mechanism to get events
++                 * get this synchronously  */
++            status = pDev->GetPendingEventsFunc(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                                                &events,
++                                                NULL);
++
++            if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++                break;
++            }
++
++            if (events.Events & HIF_RECV_MSG_AVAIL) {
++                lookAhead = events.LookAhead;
++                if (0 == lookAhead) {
++                    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,(" ProcessPendingIRQs1 lookAhead is zero! \n"));
++                }
++            }
++
++            if (!(events.Events & HIF_OTHER_EVENTS) ||
++                !(pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.int_status_enable & OTHER_INTS_ENABLED)) {
++                    /* no need to read the register table, no other interesting interrupts.
++                     * Some interfaces (like SPI) can shadow interrupt sources without
++                     * requiring the host to do a full table read */
++                break;
++            }
++
++            /* otherwise fall through and read the register table */
++        }
++
++        /*
++         * Read the first 28 bytes of the HTC register table. This will yield us
++         * the value of different int status registers and the lookahead
++         * registers.
++         *    length = sizeof(int_status) + sizeof(cpu_int_status) +
++         *             sizeof(error_int_status) + sizeof(counter_int_status) +
++         *             sizeof(mbox_frame) + sizeof(rx_lookahead_valid) +
++         *             sizeof(hole) +  sizeof(rx_lookahead) +
++         *             sizeof(int_status_enable) + sizeof(cpu_int_status_enable) +
++         *             sizeof(error_status_enable) +
++         *             sizeof(counter_int_status_enable);
++         *
++        */
++        status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                              HOST_INT_STATUS_ADDRESS,
++                              (A_UINT8 *)&pDev->IrqProcRegisters,
++                              AR6K_IRQ_PROC_REGS_SIZE,
++                              HIF_RD_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                              NULL);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (AR_DEBUG_LVL_CHECK(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ)) {
++            DevDumpRegisters(&pDev->IrqProcRegisters,
++                             &pDev->IrqEnableRegisters);
++        }
++
++            /* Update only those registers that are enabled */
++        host_int_status = pDev->IrqProcRegisters.host_int_status &
++                          pDev->IrqEnableRegisters.int_status_enable;
++
++        if (NULL == pDev->GetPendingEventsFunc) {
++                /* only look at mailbox status if the HIF layer did not provide this function,
++                 * on some HIF interfaces reading the RX lookahead is not valid to do */
++            if (host_int_status & (1 << HTC_MAILBOX)) {
++                    /* mask out pending mailbox value, we use "lookAhead" as the real flag for
++                     * mailbox processing below */
++                host_int_status &= ~(1 << HTC_MAILBOX);
++                if (pDev->IrqProcRegisters.rx_lookahead_valid & (1 << HTC_MAILBOX)) {
++                        /* mailbox has a message and the look ahead is valid */
++                    lookAhead = pDev->IrqProcRegisters.rx_lookahead[HTC_MAILBOX];
++                    if (0 == lookAhead) {
++                        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,(" ProcessPendingIRQs2, lookAhead is zero! \n"));
++                    }
++                }
++            }
++        } else {
++                /* not valid to check if the HIF has another mechanism for reading mailbox pending status*/
++            host_int_status &= ~(1 << HTC_MAILBOX);
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++
++    do {
++
++            /* did the interrupt status fetches succeed? */
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if ((0 == host_int_status) && (0 == lookAhead)) {
++                /* nothing to process, the caller can use this to break out of a loop */
++            *pDone = TRUE;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (lookAhead != 0) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,("Pending mailbox message, LookAhead: 0x%X\n",lookAhead));
++                /* Mailbox Interrupt, the HTC layer may issue async requests to empty the
++                 * mailbox...
++                 * When emptying the recv mailbox we use the async handler above called from the
++                 * completion routine of the callers read request. This can improve performance
++                 * by reducing context switching when we rapidly pull packets */
++            status = pDev->MessagePendingCallback(pDev->HTCContext, lookAhead, pASyncProcessing);
++            if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++                break;
++            }
++        }
++
++            /* now handle the rest of them */
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,
++                            (" Valid interrupt source(s) for OTHER interrupts: 0x%x\n",
++                            host_int_status));
++
++        if (HOST_INT_STATUS_CPU_GET(host_int_status)) {
++                /* CPU Interrupt */
++            status = DevServiceCPUInterrupt(pDev);
++            if (A_FAILED(status)){
++                break;
++            }
++        }
++
++        if (HOST_INT_STATUS_ERROR_GET(host_int_status)) {
++                /* Error Interrupt */
++            status = DevServiceErrorInterrupt(pDev);
++            if (A_FAILED(status)){
++                break;
++            }
++        }
++
++        if (HOST_INT_STATUS_COUNTER_GET(host_int_status)) {
++                /* Counter Interrupt */
++            status = DevServiceCounterInterrupt(pDev);
++            if (A_FAILED(status)){
++                break;
++            }
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,("-ProcessPendingIRQs: (done:%d, async:%d) status=%d \n",
++                *pDone, *pASyncProcessing, status));
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++
++/* Synchronousinterrupt handler, this handler kicks off all interrupt processing.*/
++A_STATUS DevDsrHandler(void *context)
++{
++    AR6K_DEVICE *pDev = (AR6K_DEVICE *)context;
++    A_STATUS    status = A_OK;
++    A_BOOL      done = FALSE;
++    A_BOOL      asyncProc = FALSE;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,("+DevDsrHandler: (dev: 0x%X)\n", (A_UINT32)pDev));
++
++
++    while (!done) {
++        status = ProcessPendingIRQs(pDev, &done, &asyncProc);
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (HIF_DEVICE_IRQ_SYNC_ONLY == pDev->HifIRQProcessingMode) {
++            /* the HIF layer does not allow async IRQ processing, override the asyncProc flag */
++            asyncProc = FALSE;
++            /* this will cause us to re-enter ProcessPendingIRQ() and re-read interrupt status registers.
++             * this has a nice side effect of blocking us until all async read requests are completed.
++             * This behavior is required on some HIF implementations that do not allow ASYNC
++             * processing in interrupt handlers (like Windows CE) */
++        }
++
++        if (asyncProc) {
++                /* the function performed some async I/O for performance, we
++                   need to exit the ISR immediately, the check below will prevent the interrupt from being
++                   Ack'd while we handle it asynchronously */
++            break;
++        }
++
++    }
++
++    if (A_SUCCESS(status) && !asyncProc) {
++            /* Ack the interrupt only if :
++             *  1. we did not get any errors in processing interrupts
++             *  2. there are no outstanding async processing requests */
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,(" Acking interrupt from DevDsrHandler \n"));
++        HIFAckInterrupt(pDev->HIFDevice);
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_IRQ,("-DevDsrHandler \n"));
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/ar6k.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/ar6k.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,191 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef AR6K_H_
++#define AR6K_H_
++
++#define AR6K_MAILBOXES 4
++
++/* HTC runs over mailbox 0 */
++#define HTC_MAILBOX          0
++
++#define AR6K_TARGET_DEBUG_INTR_MASK     0x01
++
++#define OTHER_INTS_ENABLED (INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ERROR_MASK |   \
++                            INT_STATUS_ENABLE_CPU_MASK   |   \
++                            INT_STATUS_ENABLE_COUNTER_MASK)
++
++//#define MBOXHW_UNIT_TEST 1
++
++#include "athstartpack.h"
++typedef PREPACK struct _AR6K_IRQ_PROC_REGISTERS {
++    A_UINT8                      host_int_status;
++    A_UINT8                      cpu_int_status;
++    A_UINT8                      error_int_status;
++    A_UINT8                      counter_int_status;
++    A_UINT8                      mbox_frame;
++    A_UINT8                      rx_lookahead_valid;
++    A_UINT8                      hole[2];
++    A_UINT32                     rx_lookahead[2];
++} POSTPACK AR6K_IRQ_PROC_REGISTERS;
++
++#define AR6K_IRQ_PROC_REGS_SIZE sizeof(AR6K_IRQ_PROC_REGISTERS)
++
++
++
++typedef PREPACK struct _AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGISTERS {
++    A_UINT8                      int_status_enable;
++    A_UINT8                      cpu_int_status_enable;
++    A_UINT8                      error_status_enable;
++    A_UINT8                      counter_int_status_enable;
++} POSTPACK AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGISTERS;
++
++#include "athendpack.h"
++
++#define AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGS_SIZE sizeof(AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGISTERS)
++
++#define AR6K_REG_IO_BUFFER_SIZE     32
++#define AR6K_MAX_REG_IO_BUFFERS     8
++
++/* buffers for ASYNC I/O */
++typedef struct AR6K_ASYNC_REG_IO_BUFFER {
++    HTC_PACKET    HtcPacket;   /* we use an HTC packet as a wrapper for our async register-based I/O */
++    A_UINT8       Buffer[AR6K_REG_IO_BUFFER_SIZE];
++} AR6K_ASYNC_REG_IO_BUFFER;
++
++typedef struct _AR6K_DEVICE {
++    A_MUTEX_T                   Lock;
++    AR6K_IRQ_PROC_REGISTERS     IrqProcRegisters;
++    AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGISTERS   IrqEnableRegisters;
++    void                        *HIFDevice;
++    A_UINT32                    BlockSize;
++    A_UINT32                    BlockMask;
++    A_UINT32                    MailboxAddress;
++    HIF_PENDING_EVENTS_FUNC     GetPendingEventsFunc;
++    void                        *HTCContext;
++    HTC_PACKET_QUEUE            RegisterIOList;
++    AR6K_ASYNC_REG_IO_BUFFER    RegIOBuffers[AR6K_MAX_REG_IO_BUFFERS];
++    void                        (*TargetFailureCallback)(void *Context);
++    A_STATUS                    (*MessagePendingCallback)(void *Context, A_UINT32 LookAhead, A_BOOL *pAsyncProc);
++    HIF_DEVICE_IRQ_PROCESSING_MODE  HifIRQProcessingMode;
++    HIF_MASK_UNMASK_RECV_EVENT      HifMaskUmaskRecvEvent;
++} AR6K_DEVICE;
++
++#define IS_DEV_IRQ_PROCESSING_ASYNC_ALLOWED(pDev) ((pDev)->HifIRQProcessingMode != HIF_DEVICE_IRQ_SYNC_ONLY)
++
++A_STATUS DevSetup(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev);
++A_STATUS DevUnmaskInterrupts(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev);
++A_STATUS DevMaskInterrupts(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev);
++A_STATUS DevPollMboxMsgRecv(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev,
++                            A_UINT32    *pLookAhead,
++                            int          TimeoutMS);
++A_STATUS DevRWCompletionHandler(void *context, A_STATUS status);
++A_STATUS DevDsrHandler(void *context);
++A_STATUS DevCheckPendingRecvMsgsAsync(void *context);
++void     DevDumpRegisters(AR6K_IRQ_PROC_REGISTERS   *pIrqProcRegs,
++                          AR6K_IRQ_ENABLE_REGISTERS *pIrqEnableRegs);
++
++#define DEV_STOP_RECV_ASYNC TRUE
++#define DEV_STOP_RECV_SYNC  FALSE
++#define DEV_ENABLE_RECV_ASYNC TRUE
++#define DEV_ENABLE_RECV_SYNC  FALSE
++A_STATUS DevStopRecv(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, A_BOOL ASyncMode);
++A_STATUS DevEnableRecv(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, A_BOOL ASyncMode);
++
++static INLINE A_STATUS DevSendPacket(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, HTC_PACKET *pPacket, A_UINT32 SendLength) {
++    A_UINT32 paddedLength;
++    A_BOOL   sync = (pPacket->Completion == NULL) ? TRUE : FALSE;
++    A_STATUS status;
++
++       /* adjust the length to be a multiple of block size if appropriate */
++    paddedLength = (SendLength + (pDev->BlockMask)) &
++                    (~(pDev->BlockMask));
++#if 0 // BufferLength may not be set in , fix this...
++    if (paddedLength > pPacket->BufferLength) {
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++        if (pPacket->Completion != NULL) {
++            COMPLETE_HTC_PACKET(pPacket,A_EINVAL);
++        }
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++#endif
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND,
++                ("DevSendPacket, Padded Length: %d Mbox:0x%X (mode:%s)\n",
++                paddedLength,
++                pDev->MailboxAddress,
++                sync ? "SYNC" : "ASYNC"));
++
++    status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                          pDev->MailboxAddress,
++                          pPacket->pBuffer,
++                          paddedLength,     /* the padded length */
++                          sync ? HIF_WR_SYNC_BLOCK_INC : HIF_WR_ASYNC_BLOCK_INC,
++                          sync ? NULL : pPacket);  /* pass the packet as the context to the HIF request */
++
++    if (sync) {
++        pPacket->Status = status;
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++static INLINE A_STATUS DevRecvPacket(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev, HTC_PACKET *pPacket, A_UINT32 RecvLength) {
++    A_UINT32 paddedLength;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_BOOL   sync = (pPacket->Completion == NULL) ? TRUE : FALSE;
++
++        /* adjust the length to be a multiple of block size if appropriate */
++    paddedLength = (RecvLength + (pDev->BlockMask)) &
++                    (~(pDev->BlockMask));
++    if (paddedLength > pPacket->BufferLength) {
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                ("DevRecvPacket, Not enough space for padlen:%d recvlen:%d bufferlen:%d \n",
++                    paddedLength,RecvLength,pPacket->BufferLength));
++        if (pPacket->Completion != NULL) {
++            COMPLETE_HTC_PACKET(pPacket,A_EINVAL);
++        }
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV,
++                ("DevRecvPacket, Padded Length: %d Mbox:0x%X (mode:%s)\n",
++                paddedLength,
++                pDev->MailboxAddress,
++                sync ? "SYNC" : "ASYNC"));
++
++    status = HIFReadWrite(pDev->HIFDevice,
++                          pDev->MailboxAddress,
++                          pPacket->pBuffer,
++                          paddedLength,
++                          sync ? HIF_RD_SYNC_BLOCK_INC : HIF_RD_ASYNC_BLOCK_INC,
++                          sync ? NULL : pPacket);  /* pass the packet as the context to the HIF request */
++
++    if (sync) {
++        pPacket->Status = status;
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++#ifdef MBOXHW_UNIT_TEST
++A_STATUS DoMboxHWTest(AR6K_DEVICE *pDev);
++#endif
++
++#endif /*AR6K_H_*/
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,507 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "htc_internal.h"
++
++
++static HTC_INIT_INFO  HTCInitInfo = {NULL,NULL,NULL};
++static A_BOOL         HTCInitialized = FALSE;
++
++static A_STATUS HTCTargetInsertedHandler(void *hif_handle);
++static A_STATUS HTCTargetRemovedHandler(void *handle, A_STATUS status);
++static void HTCReportFailure(void *Context);
++
++/* Initializes the HTC layer */
++A_STATUS HTCInit(HTC_INIT_INFO *pInitInfo)
++{
++    HTC_CALLBACKS htcCallbacks;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("HTCInit: Enter\n"));
++    if (HTCInitialized) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("HTCInit: Exit\n"));
++        return A_OK;
++    }
++
++    A_MEMCPY(&HTCInitInfo,pInitInfo,sizeof(HTC_INIT_INFO));
++
++    A_MEMZERO(&htcCallbacks, sizeof(HTC_CALLBACKS));
++
++        /* setup HIF layer callbacks */
++    htcCallbacks.deviceInsertedHandler = HTCTargetInsertedHandler;
++    htcCallbacks.deviceRemovedHandler = HTCTargetRemovedHandler;
++        /* the device layer handles these */
++    htcCallbacks.rwCompletionHandler = DevRWCompletionHandler;
++    htcCallbacks.dsrHandler = DevDsrHandler;
++    HIFInit(&htcCallbacks);
++    HTCInitialized = TRUE;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("HTCInit: Exit\n"));
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++void HTCFreeControlBuffer(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_PACKET *pPacket, HTC_PACKET_QUEUE *pList)
++{
++    LOCK_HTC(target);
++    HTC_PACKET_ENQUEUE(pList,pPacket);
++    UNLOCK_HTC(target);
++}
++
++HTC_PACKET *HTCAllocControlBuffer(HTC_TARGET *target,  HTC_PACKET_QUEUE *pList)
++{
++    HTC_PACKET *pPacket;
++
++    LOCK_HTC(target);
++    pPacket = HTC_PACKET_DEQUEUE(pList);
++    UNLOCK_HTC(target);
++
++    return pPacket;
++}
++
++/* cleanup the HTC instance */
++static void HTCCleanup(HTC_TARGET *target)
++{
++    if (A_IS_MUTEX_VALID(&target->HTCLock)) {
++        A_MUTEX_DELETE(&target->HTCLock);
++    }
++
++    if (A_IS_MUTEX_VALID(&target->HTCRxLock)) {
++        A_MUTEX_DELETE(&target->HTCRxLock);
++    }
++
++    if (A_IS_MUTEX_VALID(&target->HTCTxLock)) {
++        A_MUTEX_DELETE(&target->HTCTxLock);
++    }
++        /* free our instance */
++    A_FREE(target);
++}
++
++/* registered target arrival callback from the HIF layer */
++static A_STATUS HTCTargetInsertedHandler(void *hif_handle)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET              *target = NULL;
++    A_STATUS                 status;
++    int                      i;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("htcTargetInserted - Enter\n"));
++
++    do {
++
++            /* allocate target memory */
++        if ((target = (HTC_TARGET *)A_MALLOC(sizeof(HTC_TARGET))) == NULL) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Unable to allocate memory\n"));
++            status = A_ERROR;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        A_MEMZERO(target, sizeof(HTC_TARGET));
++        A_MUTEX_INIT(&target->HTCLock);
++        A_MUTEX_INIT(&target->HTCRxLock);
++        A_MUTEX_INIT(&target->HTCTxLock);
++        INIT_HTC_PACKET_QUEUE(&target->ControlBufferTXFreeList);
++        INIT_HTC_PACKET_QUEUE(&target->ControlBufferRXFreeList);
++
++            /* give device layer the hif device handle */
++        target->Device.HIFDevice = hif_handle;
++            /* give the device layer our context (for event processing)
++             * the device layer will register it's own context with HIF
++             * so we need to set this so we can fetch it in the target remove handler */
++        target->Device.HTCContext = target;
++            /* set device layer target failure callback */
++        target->Device.TargetFailureCallback = HTCReportFailure;
++            /* set device layer recv message pending callback */
++        target->Device.MessagePendingCallback = HTCRecvMessagePendingHandler;
++        target->EpWaitingForBuffers = ENDPOINT_MAX;
++
++            /* setup device layer */
++        status = DevSetup(&target->Device);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* carve up buffers/packets for control messages */
++        for (i = 0; i < NUM_CONTROL_RX_BUFFERS; i++) {
++            HTC_PACKET *pControlPacket;
++            pControlPacket = &target->HTCControlBuffers[i].HtcPacket;
++            SET_HTC_PACKET_INFO_RX_REFILL(pControlPacket,
++                                          target,
++                                          target->HTCControlBuffers[i].Buffer,
++                                          HTC_CONTROL_BUFFER_SIZE,
++                                          ENDPOINT_0);
++            HTC_FREE_CONTROL_RX(target,pControlPacket);
++        }
++
++        for (;i < NUM_CONTROL_BUFFERS;i++) {
++             HTC_PACKET *pControlPacket;
++             pControlPacket = &target->HTCControlBuffers[i].HtcPacket;
++             INIT_HTC_PACKET_INFO(pControlPacket,
++                                  target->HTCControlBuffers[i].Buffer,
++                                  HTC_CONTROL_BUFFER_SIZE);
++             HTC_FREE_CONTROL_TX(target,pControlPacket);
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (A_SUCCESS(status)) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, (" calling AddInstance callback \n"));
++            /* announce ourselves */
++        HTCInitInfo.AddInstance((HTC_HANDLE)target);
++    } else {
++        if (target != NULL) {
++            HTCCleanup(target);
++        }
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("htcTargetInserted - Exit\n"));
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++/* registered removal callback from the HIF layer */
++static A_STATUS HTCTargetRemovedHandler(void *handle, A_STATUS status)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET *target;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("+HTCTargetRemovedHandler handle:0x%X \n",(A_UINT32)handle));
++
++    if (NULL == handle) {
++            /* this could be NULL in the event that target initialization failed */
++        return A_OK;
++    }
++
++    target = ((AR6K_DEVICE *)handle)->HTCContext;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("   removing target:0x%X instance:0x%X ... \n",
++            (A_UINT32)target, (A_UINT32)target->pInstanceContext));
++
++    if (target->pInstanceContext != NULL) {
++            /* let upper layer know, it needs to call HTCStop() */
++        HTCInitInfo.DeleteInstance(target->pInstanceContext);
++    }
++
++    HIFShutDownDevice(target->Device.HIFDevice);
++
++    HTCCleanup(target);
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("-HTCTargetRemovedHandler \n"));
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++/* get the low level HIF device for the caller , the caller may wish to do low level
++ * HIF requests */
++void *HTCGetHifDevice(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET *target = GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(HTCHandle);
++    return target->Device.HIFDevice;
++}
++
++/* set the instance block for this HTC handle, so that on removal, the blob can be
++ * returned to the caller */
++void HTCSetInstance(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle, void *Instance)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET  *target = GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(HTCHandle);
++
++    target->pInstanceContext = Instance;
++}
++
++/* wait for the target to arrive (sends HTC Ready message)
++ * this operation is fully synchronous and the message is polled for */
++A_STATUS HTCWaitTarget(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET              *target = GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(HTCHandle);
++    A_STATUS                 status;
++    HTC_PACKET              *pPacket = NULL;
++    HTC_READY_MSG           *pRdyMsg;
++    HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_REQ  connect;
++    HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_RESP resp;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("HTCWaitTarget - Enter (target:0x%X) \n", (A_UINT32)target));
++
++    do {
++
++#ifdef MBOXHW_UNIT_TEST
++
++        status = DoMboxHWTest(&target->Device);
++
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++#endif
++
++            /* we should be getting 1 control message that the target is ready */
++        status = HTCWaitforControlMessage(target, &pPacket);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, (" Target Not Available!!\n"));
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* we controlled the buffer creation so it has to be properly aligned */
++        pRdyMsg = (HTC_READY_MSG *)pPacket->pBuffer;
++
++        if ((pRdyMsg->MessageID != HTC_MSG_READY_ID) ||
++            (pPacket->ActualLength < sizeof(HTC_READY_MSG))) {
++                /* this message is not valid */
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            status = A_EPROTO;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (pRdyMsg->CreditCount == 0 || pRdyMsg->CreditSize == 0) {
++              /* this message is not valid */
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            status = A_EPROTO;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        target->TargetCredits = pRdyMsg->CreditCount;
++        target->TargetCreditSize = pRdyMsg->CreditSize;
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, (" Target Ready: credits: %d credit size: %d\n",
++                target->TargetCredits, target->TargetCreditSize));
++
++            /* setup our pseudo HTC control endpoint connection */
++        A_MEMZERO(&connect,sizeof(connect));
++        A_MEMZERO(&resp,sizeof(resp));
++        connect.EpCallbacks.pContext = target;
++        connect.EpCallbacks.EpTxComplete = HTCControlTxComplete;
++        connect.EpCallbacks.EpRecv = HTCControlRecv;
++        connect.EpCallbacks.EpRecvRefill = NULL;  /* not needed */
++        connect.EpCallbacks.EpSendFull = NULL;    /* not nedded */
++        connect.MaxSendQueueDepth = NUM_CONTROL_BUFFERS;
++        connect.ServiceID = HTC_CTRL_RSVD_SVC;
++
++            /* connect fake service */
++        status = HTCConnectService((HTC_HANDLE)target,
++                                   &connect,
++                                   &resp);
++
++        if (!A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (pPacket != NULL) {
++        HTC_FREE_CONTROL_RX(target,pPacket);
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("HTCWaitTarget - Exit\n"));
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++
++
++/* Start HTC, enable interrupts and let the target know host has finished setup */
++A_STATUS HTCStart(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET *target = GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(HTCHandle);
++    HTC_PACKET *pPacket;
++    A_STATUS   status;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("HTCStart Enter\n"));
++
++        /* now that we are starting, push control receive buffers into the
++         * HTC control endpoint */
++
++    while (1) {
++        pPacket = HTC_ALLOC_CONTROL_RX(target);
++        if (NULL == pPacket) {
++            break;
++        }
++        HTCAddReceivePkt((HTC_HANDLE)target,pPacket);
++    }
++
++    do {
++
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(target->InitCredits != NULL);
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(target->EpCreditDistributionListHead != NULL);
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(target->EpCreditDistributionListHead->pNext != NULL);
++
++            /* call init credits callback to do the distribution ,
++             * NOTE: the first entry in the distribution list is ENDPOINT_0, so
++             * we pass the start of the list after this one. */
++        target->InitCredits(target->pCredDistContext,
++                            target->EpCreditDistributionListHead->pNext,
++                            target->TargetCredits);
++
++        if (AR_DEBUG_LVL_CHECK(ATH_DEBUG_TRC)) {
++            DumpCreditDistStates(target);
++        }
++
++            /* the caller is done connecting to services, so we can indicate to the
++            * target that the setup phase is complete */
++        status = HTCSendSetupComplete(target);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* unmask interrupts */
++        status = DevUnmaskInterrupts(&target->Device);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            HTCStop(target);
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("HTCStart Exit\n"));
++    return status;
++}
++
++
++/* stop HTC communications, i.e. stop interrupt reception, and flush all queued buffers */
++void HTCStop(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET *target = GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(HTCHandle);
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("+HTCStop \n"));
++
++        /* mark that we are shutting down .. */
++    target->HTCStateFlags |= HTC_STATE_STOPPING;
++
++        /* Masking interrupts is a synchronous operation, when this function returns
++         * all pending HIF I/O has completed, we can safely flush the queues */
++    DevMaskInterrupts(&target->Device);
++
++        /* flush all send packets */
++    HTCFlushSendPkts(target);
++        /* flush all recv buffers */
++    HTCFlushRecvBuffers(target);
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("-HTCStop \n"));
++}
++
++/* undo what was done in HTCInit() */
++void HTCShutDown(void)
++{
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("+HTCShutDown: \n"));
++    HTCInitialized = FALSE;
++        /* undo HTCInit */
++    HIFShutDownDevice(NULL);
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("-HTCShutDown: \n"));
++}
++
++void HTCDumpCreditStates(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET *target = GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(HTCHandle);
++
++    LOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++
++    DumpCreditDistStates(target);
++
++    UNLOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++}
++
++/* report a target failure from the device, this is a callback from the device layer
++ * which uses a mechanism to report errors from the target (i.e. special interrupts) */
++static void HTCReportFailure(void *Context)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET *target = (HTC_TARGET *)Context;
++
++    target->TargetFailure = TRUE;
++
++    if ((target->pInstanceContext != NULL) && (HTCInitInfo.TargetFailure != NULL)) {
++            /* let upper layer know, it needs to call HTCStop() */
++        HTCInitInfo.TargetFailure(target->pInstanceContext, A_ERROR);
++    }
++}
++
++void DebugDumpBytes(A_UCHAR *buffer, A_UINT16 length, char *pDescription)
++{
++    A_CHAR stream[60];
++    A_UINT32 i;
++    A_UINT16 offset, count;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, ("<---------Dumping %d Bytes : %s ------>\n", length, pDescription));
++
++    count = 0;
++    offset = 0;
++    for(i = 0; i < length; i++) {
++        sprintf(stream + offset, "%2.2X ", buffer[i]);
++        count ++;
++        offset += 3;
++
++        if(count == 16) {
++            count = 0;
++            offset = 0;
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, ("[H]: %s\n", stream));
++            A_MEMZERO(stream, 60);
++        }
++    }
++
++    if(offset != 0) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, ("[H]: %s\n", stream));
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, ("<------------------------------------------------->\n"));
++}
++
++A_BOOL HTCGetEndpointStatistics(HTC_HANDLE               HTCHandle,
++                                HTC_ENDPOINT_ID          Endpoint,
++                                HTC_ENDPOINT_STAT_ACTION Action,
++                                HTC_ENDPOINT_STATS       *pStats)
++{
++
++#ifdef HTC_EP_STAT_PROFILING
++    HTC_TARGET *target = GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(HTCHandle);
++    A_BOOL     clearStats = FALSE;
++    A_BOOL     sample = FALSE;
++
++    switch (Action) {
++        case HTC_EP_STAT_SAMPLE :
++            sample = TRUE;
++            break;
++        case HTC_EP_STAT_SAMPLE_AND_CLEAR :
++            sample = TRUE;
++            clearStats = TRUE;
++            break;
++        case HTC_EP_STAT_CLEAR :
++            clearStats = TRUE;
++            break;
++        default:
++            break;
++    }
++
++    A_ASSERT(Endpoint < ENDPOINT_MAX);
++
++        /* lock out TX and RX while we sample and/or clear */
++    LOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++    LOCK_HTC_RX(target);
++
++    if (sample) {
++        A_ASSERT(pStats != NULL);
++            /* return the stats to the caller */
++        A_MEMCPY(pStats, &target->EndPoint[Endpoint].EndPointStats, sizeof(HTC_ENDPOINT_STATS));
++    }
++
++    if (clearStats) {
++            /* reset stats */
++        A_MEMZERO(&target->EndPoint[Endpoint].EndPointStats, sizeof(HTC_ENDPOINT_STATS));
++    }
++
++    UNLOCK_HTC_RX(target);
++    UNLOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++
++    return TRUE;
++#else
++    return FALSE;
++#endif
++}
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_debug.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_debug.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,65 @@
++#ifndef HTC_DEBUG_H_
++#define HTC_DEBUG_H_
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++/* ------- Debug related stuff ------- */
++enum {
++    ATH_DEBUG_SEND = 0x0001,
++    ATH_DEBUG_RECV = 0x0002,
++    ATH_DEBUG_SYNC = 0x0004,
++    ATH_DEBUG_DUMP = 0x0008,
++    ATH_DEBUG_IRQ  = 0x0010,
++    ATH_DEBUG_TRC  = 0x0020,
++    ATH_DEBUG_WARN = 0x0040,
++    ATH_DEBUG_ERR  = 0x0080,
++    ATH_DEBUG_ANY  = 0xFFFF,
++};
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++
++// TODO FIX usage of A_PRINTF!
++#define AR_DEBUG_LVL_CHECK(lvl) (debughtc & (lvl))
++#define AR_DEBUG_PRINTBUF(buffer, length, desc) do {   \
++    if (debughtc & ATH_DEBUG_DUMP) {             \
++        DebugDumpBytes(buffer, length,desc);               \
++    }                                            \
++} while(0)
++#define PRINTX_ARG(arg...) arg
++#define AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(flags, args) do {        \
++    if (debughtc & (flags)) {                    \
++        A_PRINTF(KERN_ALERT PRINTX_ARG args);    \
++    }                                            \
++} while (0)
++#define AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(test) do {               \
++    if (!(test)) {                               \
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("Debug Assert Caught, File %s, Line: %d, Test:%s \n",__FILE__, __LINE__,#test));         \
++    }                                            \
++} while(0)
++extern int debughtc;
++#else
++#define AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(flags, args)
++#define AR_DEBUG_PRINTBUF(buffer, length, desc)
++#define AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(test)
++#define AR_DEBUG_LVL_CHECK(lvl) 0
++#endif
++
++void DebugDumpBytes(A_UCHAR *buffer, A_UINT16 length, char *pDescription);
++
++#endif /*HTC_DEBUG_H_*/
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_internal.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_internal.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,168 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _HTC_INTERNAL_H_
++#define _HTC_INTERNAL_H_
++
++/* for debugging, uncomment this to capture the last frame header, on frame header
++ * processing errors, the last frame header is dump for comparison */
++//#define HTC_CAPTURE_LAST_FRAME
++
++//#define HTC_EP_STAT_PROFILING
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif /* __cplusplus */
++
++/* Header files */
++#include "a_config.h"
++#include "athdefs.h"
++#include "a_types.h"
++#include "a_osapi.h"
++#include "a_debug.h"
++#include "htc.h"
++#include "htc_api.h"
++#include "bmi_msg.h"
++#include "hif.h"
++#include "ar6k.h"
++
++/* HTC operational parameters */
++#define HTC_TARGET_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT        2000 /* in ms */
++#define HTC_TARGET_DEBUG_INTR_MASK         0x01
++#define HTC_TARGET_CREDIT_INTR_MASK        0xF0
++
++typedef struct _HTC_ENDPOINT {
++    HTC_SERVICE_ID              ServiceID;      /* service ID this endpoint is bound to
++                                                   non-zero value means this endpoint is in use */
++    HTC_PACKET_QUEUE            TxQueue;        /* HTC frame buffer TX queue */
++    HTC_PACKET_QUEUE            RxBuffers;      /* HTC frame buffer RX list */
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST    CreditDist;     /* credit distribution structure (exposed to driver layer) */
++    HTC_EP_CALLBACKS            EpCallBacks;    /* callbacks associated with this endpoint */
++    int                         MaxTxQueueDepth;   /* max depth of the TX queue before we need to
++                                                      call driver's full handler */
++    int                         CurrentTxQueueDepth; /* current TX queue depth */
++    int                         MaxMsgLength;        /* max length of endpoint message */
++#ifdef HTC_EP_STAT_PROFILING
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_STATS          EndPointStats;  /* endpoint statistics */
++#endif
++} HTC_ENDPOINT;
++
++#ifdef HTC_EP_STAT_PROFILING
++#define INC_HTC_EP_STAT(p,stat,count) (p)->EndPointStats.stat += (count);
++#else
++#define INC_HTC_EP_STAT(p,stat,count)
++#endif
++
++#define HTC_SERVICE_TX_PACKET_TAG  HTC_TX_PACKET_TAG_INTERNAL
++
++#define NUM_CONTROL_BUFFERS     8
++#define NUM_CONTROL_TX_BUFFERS  2
++#define NUM_CONTROL_RX_BUFFERS  (NUM_CONTROL_BUFFERS - NUM_CONTROL_TX_BUFFERS)
++
++#define HTC_CONTROL_BUFFER_SIZE (HTC_MAX_CONTROL_MESSAGE_LENGTH + HTC_HDR_LENGTH)
++
++typedef struct HTC_CONTROL_BUFFER {
++    HTC_PACKET    HtcPacket;
++    A_UINT8       Buffer[HTC_CONTROL_BUFFER_SIZE];
++} HTC_CONTROL_BUFFER;
++
++/* our HTC target state */
++typedef struct _HTC_TARGET {
++    HTC_ENDPOINT                EndPoint[ENDPOINT_MAX];
++    HTC_CONTROL_BUFFER          HTCControlBuffers[NUM_CONTROL_BUFFERS];
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST   *EpCreditDistributionListHead;
++    HTC_PACKET_QUEUE            ControlBufferTXFreeList;
++    HTC_PACKET_QUEUE            ControlBufferRXFreeList;
++    HTC_CREDIT_DIST_CALLBACK    DistributeCredits;
++    HTC_CREDIT_INIT_CALLBACK    InitCredits;
++    void                       *pCredDistContext;
++    int                         TargetCredits;
++    int                         TargetCreditSize;
++    A_MUTEX_T                   HTCLock;
++    A_MUTEX_T                   HTCRxLock;
++    A_MUTEX_T                   HTCTxLock;
++    AR6K_DEVICE                 Device;         /* AR6K - specific state */
++    A_UINT32                    HTCStateFlags;
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_ID             EpWaitingForBuffers;
++    A_BOOL                      TargetFailure;
++    void                       *pInstanceContext;
++#define HTC_STATE_WAIT_BUFFERS  (1 << 0)
++#define HTC_STATE_STOPPING      (1 << 1)
++#ifdef HTC_CAPTURE_LAST_FRAME
++    HTC_FRAME_HDR               LastFrameHdr;  /* useful for debugging */
++    A_UINT8                     LastTrailer[256];
++    A_UINT8                     LastTrailerLength;
++#endif
++} HTC_TARGET;
++
++#define HTC_STOPPING(t) ((t)->HTCStateFlags & HTC_STATE_STOPPING)
++#define LOCK_HTC(t)      A_MUTEX_LOCK(&(t)->HTCLock);
++#define UNLOCK_HTC(t)    A_MUTEX_UNLOCK(&(t)->HTCLock);
++#define LOCK_HTC_RX(t)   A_MUTEX_LOCK(&(t)->HTCRxLock);
++#define UNLOCK_HTC_RX(t) A_MUTEX_UNLOCK(&(t)->HTCRxLock);
++#define LOCK_HTC_TX(t)   A_MUTEX_LOCK(&(t)->HTCTxLock);
++#define UNLOCK_HTC_TX(t) A_MUTEX_UNLOCK(&(t)->HTCTxLock);
++
++#define GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(hnd) ((HTC_TARGET *)(hnd))
++#define HTC_RECYCLE_RX_PKT(target,p)                \
++{                                                   \
++    HTC_PACKET_RESET_RX(pPacket);                   \
++    HTCAddReceivePkt((HTC_HANDLE)(target),(p));     \
++}
++
++/* internal HTC functions */
++void        HTCControlTxComplete(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket);
++void        HTCControlRecv(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket);
++A_STATUS    HTCWaitforControlMessage(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_PACKET **ppControlPacket);
++HTC_PACKET *HTCAllocControlBuffer(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_PACKET_QUEUE *pList);
++void        HTCFreeControlBuffer(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_PACKET *pPacket, HTC_PACKET_QUEUE *pList);
++A_STATUS    HTCIssueSend(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_PACKET *pPacket, A_UINT8 Flags);
++A_STATUS    HTCIssueRecv(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_PACKET *pPacket);
++void        HTCRecvCompleteHandler(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket);
++A_STATUS    HTCRecvMessagePendingHandler(void *Context, A_UINT32 LookAhead, A_BOOL *pAsyncProc);
++void        HTCProcessCreditRpt(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_CREDIT_REPORT *pRpt, int NumEntries, HTC_ENDPOINT_ID FromEndpoint);
++A_STATUS    HTCSendSetupComplete(HTC_TARGET *target);
++void        HTCFlushRecvBuffers(HTC_TARGET *target);
++void        HTCFlushSendPkts(HTC_TARGET *target);
++void        DumpCreditDist(HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEPDist);
++void        DumpCreditDistStates(HTC_TARGET *target);
++void 		DebugDumpBytes(A_UCHAR *buffer, A_UINT16 length, char *pDescription);
++
++static INLINE HTC_PACKET *HTC_ALLOC_CONTROL_TX(HTC_TARGET *target) {
++    HTC_PACKET *pPacket = HTCAllocControlBuffer(target,&target->ControlBufferTXFreeList);
++    if (pPacket != NULL) {
++            /* set payload pointer area with some headroom */
++        pPacket->pBuffer = pPacket->pBufferStart + HTC_HDR_LENGTH;
++    }
++    return pPacket;
++}
++
++#define HTC_FREE_CONTROL_TX(t,p) HTCFreeControlBuffer((t),(p),&(t)->ControlBufferTXFreeList)
++#define HTC_ALLOC_CONTROL_RX(t)  HTCAllocControlBuffer((t),&(t)->ControlBufferRXFreeList)
++#define HTC_FREE_CONTROL_RX(t,p) \
++{                                                                \
++    HTC_PACKET_RESET_RX(p);                                      \
++    HTCFreeControlBuffer((t),(p),&(t)->ControlBufferRXFreeList); \
++}
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _HTC_INTERNAL_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_recv.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_recv.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,703 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "htc_internal.h"
++
++#define HTCIssueRecv(t, p) \
++    DevRecvPacket(&(t)->Device,  \
++                  (p),          \
++                  (p)->ActualLength)
++
++#define DO_RCV_COMPLETION(t,p,e)            \
++{                                           \
++    if ((p)->ActualLength > 0) {            \
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV, (" completing packet 0x%X (%d bytes) on ep : %d \n", \
++            (A_UINT32)(p), (p)->ActualLength, (p)->Endpoint));  \
++        (e)->EpCallBacks.EpRecv((e)->EpCallBacks.pContext,      \
++                                (p));                           \
++    } else {                                                    \
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV, (" recycling empty packet \n"));  \
++        HTC_RECYCLE_RX_PKT((t), (p));                           \
++    }                                                           \
++}
++
++#ifdef HTC_EP_STAT_PROFILING
++#define HTC_RX_STAT_PROFILE(t,ep,lookAhead)            \
++{                                                      \
++    LOCK_HTC_RX((t));                                  \
++    INC_HTC_EP_STAT((ep), RxReceived, 1);              \
++    if ((lookAhead) != 0) {                            \
++        INC_HTC_EP_STAT((ep), RxLookAheads, 1);        \
++    }                                                  \
++    UNLOCK_HTC_RX((t));                                \
++}
++#else
++#define HTC_RX_STAT_PROFILE(t,ep,lookAhead)
++#endif
++
++static INLINE A_STATUS HTCProcessTrailer(HTC_TARGET *target,
++                                         A_UINT8    *pBuffer,
++                                         int         Length,
++                                         A_UINT32   *pNextLookAhead,
++                                         HTC_ENDPOINT_ID FromEndpoint)
++{
++    HTC_RECORD_HDR          *pRecord;
++    A_UINT8                 *pRecordBuf;
++    HTC_LOOKAHEAD_REPORT    *pLookAhead;
++    A_UINT8                 *pOrigBuffer;
++    int                     origLength;
++    A_STATUS                status;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV, ("+HTCProcessTrailer (length:%d) \n", Length));
++
++    if (AR_DEBUG_LVL_CHECK(ATH_DEBUG_RECV)) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTBUF(pBuffer,Length,"Recv Trailer");
++    }
++
++    pOrigBuffer = pBuffer;
++    origLength = Length;
++    status = A_OK;
++
++    while (Length > 0) {
++
++        if (Length < sizeof(HTC_RECORD_HDR)) {
++            status = A_EPROTO;
++            break;
++        }
++            /* these are byte aligned structs */
++        pRecord = (HTC_RECORD_HDR *)pBuffer;
++        Length -= sizeof(HTC_RECORD_HDR);
++        pBuffer += sizeof(HTC_RECORD_HDR);
++
++        if (pRecord->Length > Length) {
++                /* no room left in buffer for record */
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                (" invalid record length: %d (id:%d) buffer has: %d bytes left \n",
++                        pRecord->Length, pRecord->RecordID, Length));
++            status = A_EPROTO;
++            break;
++        }
++            /* start of record follows the header */
++        pRecordBuf = pBuffer;
++
++        switch (pRecord->RecordID) {
++            case HTC_RECORD_CREDITS:
++                AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(pRecord->Length >= sizeof(HTC_CREDIT_REPORT));
++                HTCProcessCreditRpt(target,
++                                    (HTC_CREDIT_REPORT *)pRecordBuf,
++                                    pRecord->Length / (sizeof(HTC_CREDIT_REPORT)),
++                                    FromEndpoint);
++                break;
++            case HTC_RECORD_LOOKAHEAD:
++                AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(pRecord->Length >= sizeof(HTC_LOOKAHEAD_REPORT));
++                pLookAhead = (HTC_LOOKAHEAD_REPORT *)pRecordBuf;
++                if ((pLookAhead->PreValid == ((~pLookAhead->PostValid) & 0xFF)) &&
++                    (pNextLookAhead != NULL)) {
++
++                    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV,
++                                (" LookAhead Report Found (pre valid:0x%X, post valid:0x%X) \n",
++                                pLookAhead->PreValid,
++                                pLookAhead->PostValid));
++
++                        /* look ahead bytes are valid, copy them over */
++                    ((A_UINT8 *)pNextLookAhead)[0] = pLookAhead->LookAhead[0];
++                    ((A_UINT8 *)pNextLookAhead)[1] = pLookAhead->LookAhead[1];
++                    ((A_UINT8 *)pNextLookAhead)[2] = pLookAhead->LookAhead[2];
++                    ((A_UINT8 *)pNextLookAhead)[3] = pLookAhead->LookAhead[3];
++
++                    if (AR_DEBUG_LVL_CHECK(ATH_DEBUG_RECV)) {
++                        DebugDumpBytes((A_UINT8 *)pNextLookAhead,4,"Next Look Ahead");
++                    }
++                }
++                break;
++            default:
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, (" unhandled record: id:%d length:%d \n",
++                        pRecord->RecordID, pRecord->Length));
++                break;
++        }
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* advance buffer past this record for next time around */
++        pBuffer += pRecord->Length;
++        Length -= pRecord->Length;
++    }
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++        DebugDumpBytes(pOrigBuffer,origLength,"BAD Recv Trailer");
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV, ("-HTCProcessTrailer \n"));
++    return status;
++
++}
++
++/* process a received message (i.e. strip off header, process any trailer data)
++ * note : locks must be released when this function is called */
++static A_STATUS HTCProcessRecvHeader(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_PACKET *pPacket, A_UINT32 *pNextLookAhead)
++{
++    A_UINT8   temp;
++    A_UINT8   *pBuf;
++    A_STATUS  status = A_OK;
++    A_UINT16  payloadLen;
++    A_UINT32  lookAhead;
++
++    pBuf = pPacket->pBuffer;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV, ("+HTCProcessRecvHeader \n"));
++
++    if (AR_DEBUG_LVL_CHECK(ATH_DEBUG_RECV)) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTBUF(pBuf,pPacket->ActualLength,"HTC Recv PKT");
++    }
++
++    do {
++        /* note, we cannot assume the alignment of pBuffer, so we use the safe macros to
++         * retrieve 16 bit fields */
++        payloadLen = A_GET_UINT16_FIELD(pBuf, HTC_FRAME_HDR, PayloadLen);
++
++        ((A_UINT8 *)&lookAhead)[0] = pBuf[0];
++        ((A_UINT8 *)&lookAhead)[1] = pBuf[1];
++        ((A_UINT8 *)&lookAhead)[2] = pBuf[2];
++        ((A_UINT8 *)&lookAhead)[3] = pBuf[3];
++
++        if (lookAhead != pPacket->HTCReserved) {
++            /* somehow the lookahead that gave us the full read length did not
++             * reflect the actual header in the pending message */
++             AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                    ("HTCProcessRecvHeader, lookahead mismatch! \n"));
++             DebugDumpBytes((A_UINT8 *)&pPacket->HTCReserved,4,"Expected Message LookAhead");
++             DebugDumpBytes(pBuf,sizeof(HTC_FRAME_HDR),"Current Frame Header");
++#ifdef HTC_CAPTURE_LAST_FRAME
++            DebugDumpBytes((A_UINT8 *)&target->LastFrameHdr,sizeof(HTC_FRAME_HDR),"Last Frame Header");
++            if (target->LastTrailerLength != 0) {
++                DebugDumpBytes(target->LastTrailer,
++                               target->LastTrailerLength,
++                               "Last trailer");
++            }
++#endif
++            status = A_EPROTO;
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* get flags */
++        temp = A_GET_UINT8_FIELD(pBuf, HTC_FRAME_HDR, Flags);
++
++        if (temp & HTC_FLAGS_RECV_TRAILER) {
++            /* this packet has a trailer */
++
++                /* extract the trailer length in control byte 0 */
++            temp = A_GET_UINT8_FIELD(pBuf, HTC_FRAME_HDR, ControlBytes[0]);
++
++            if ((temp < sizeof(HTC_RECORD_HDR)) || (temp > payloadLen)) {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                    ("HTCProcessRecvHeader, invalid header (payloadlength should be :%d, CB[0] is:%d) \n",
++                        payloadLen, temp));
++                status = A_EPROTO;
++                break;
++            }
++
++                /* process trailer data that follows HDR + application payload */
++            status = HTCProcessTrailer(target,
++                                       (pBuf + HTC_HDR_LENGTH + payloadLen - temp),
++                                       temp,
++                                       pNextLookAhead,
++                                       pPacket->Endpoint);
++
++            if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++                break;
++            }
++
++#ifdef HTC_CAPTURE_LAST_FRAME
++            A_MEMCPY(target->LastTrailer, (pBuf + HTC_HDR_LENGTH + payloadLen - temp), temp);
++            target->LastTrailerLength = temp;
++#endif
++                /* trim length by trailer bytes */
++            pPacket->ActualLength -= temp;
++        }
++#ifdef HTC_CAPTURE_LAST_FRAME
++         else {
++            target->LastTrailerLength = 0;
++        }
++#endif
++
++            /* if we get to this point, the packet is good */
++            /* remove header and adjust length */
++        pPacket->pBuffer += HTC_HDR_LENGTH;
++        pPacket->ActualLength -= HTC_HDR_LENGTH;
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            /* dump the whole packet */
++        DebugDumpBytes(pBuf,pPacket->ActualLength,"BAD HTC Recv PKT");
++    } else {
++#ifdef HTC_CAPTURE_LAST_FRAME
++        A_MEMCPY(&target->LastFrameHdr,pBuf,sizeof(HTC_FRAME_HDR));
++#endif
++        if (AR_DEBUG_LVL_CHECK(ATH_DEBUG_RECV)) {
++            if (pPacket->ActualLength > 0) {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTBUF(pPacket->pBuffer,pPacket->ActualLength,"HTC - Application Msg");
++            }
++        }
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV, ("-HTCProcessRecvHeader \n"));
++    return status;
++}
++
++/* asynchronous completion handler for recv packet fetching, when the device layer
++ * completes a read request, it will call this completion handler */
++void HTCRecvCompleteHandler(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET      *target = (HTC_TARGET *)Context;
++    HTC_ENDPOINT    *pEndpoint;
++    A_UINT32        nextLookAhead = 0;
++    A_STATUS        status;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV, ("+HTCRecvCompleteHandler (status:%d, ep:%d) \n",
++                pPacket->Status, pPacket->Endpoint));
++
++    AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(pPacket->Endpoint < ENDPOINT_MAX);
++    pEndpoint = &target->EndPoint[pPacket->Endpoint];
++    pPacket->Completion = NULL;
++
++        /* get completion status */
++    status = pPacket->Status;
++
++    do {
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR, ("HTCRecvCompleteHandler: request failed (status:%d, ep:%d) \n",
++                pPacket->Status, pPacket->Endpoint));
++            break;
++        }
++            /* process the header for any trailer data */
++        status = HTCProcessRecvHeader(target,pPacket,&nextLookAhead);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++            /* was there a lookahead for the next packet? */
++        if (nextLookAhead != 0) {
++            A_STATUS nextStatus;
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV,
++                            ("HTCRecvCompleteHandler - next look ahead was non-zero : 0x%X \n",
++                             nextLookAhead));
++                /* we have another packet, get the next packet fetch started (pipelined) before
++                 * we call into the endpoint's callback, this will start another async request */
++            nextStatus = HTCRecvMessagePendingHandler(target,nextLookAhead,NULL);
++            if (A_EPROTO == nextStatus) {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                            ("Next look ahead from recv header was INVALID\n"));
++                DebugDumpBytes((A_UINT8 *)&nextLookAhead,
++                                4,
++                                "BAD lookahead from lookahead report");
++            }
++        } else {
++             AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV,
++            ("HTCRecvCompleteHandler - rechecking for more messages...\n"));
++            /* if we did not get anything on the look-ahead,
++             * call device layer to asynchronously re-check for messages. If we can keep the async
++             * processing going we get better performance.  If there is a pending message we will keep processing
++             * messages asynchronously which should pipeline things nicely */
++            DevCheckPendingRecvMsgsAsync(&target->Device);
++        }
++
++        HTC_RX_STAT_PROFILE(target,pEndpoint,nextLookAhead);
++        DO_RCV_COMPLETION(target,pPacket,pEndpoint);
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++         AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                         ("HTCRecvCompleteHandler , message fetch failed (status = %d) \n",
++                         status));
++            /* recyle this packet */
++         HTC_RECYCLE_RX_PKT(target, pPacket);
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV, ("-HTCRecvCompleteHandler\n"));
++}
++
++/* synchronously wait for a control message from the target,
++ * This function is used at initialization time ONLY.  At init messages
++ * on ENDPOINT 0 are expected. */
++A_STATUS HTCWaitforControlMessage(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_PACKET **ppControlPacket)
++{
++    A_STATUS        status;
++    A_UINT32        lookAhead;
++    HTC_PACKET      *pPacket = NULL;
++    HTC_FRAME_HDR   *pHdr;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV,("+HTCWaitforControlMessage \n"));
++
++    do  {
++
++        *ppControlPacket = NULL;
++
++            /* call the polling function to see if we have a message */
++        status = DevPollMboxMsgRecv(&target->Device,
++                                    &lookAhead,
++                                    HTC_TARGET_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV,
++                ("HTCWaitforControlMessage : lookAhead : 0x%X \n", lookAhead));
++
++            /* check the lookahead */
++        pHdr = (HTC_FRAME_HDR *)&lookAhead;
++
++        if (pHdr->EndpointID != ENDPOINT_0) {
++                /* unexpected endpoint number, should be zero */
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            status = A_EPROTO;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++                /* bad message */
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            status = A_EPROTO;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        pPacket = HTC_ALLOC_CONTROL_RX(target);
++
++        if (pPacket == NULL) {
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            status = A_NO_MEMORY;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        pPacket->HTCReserved = lookAhead;
++        pPacket->ActualLength = pHdr->PayloadLen + HTC_HDR_LENGTH;
++
++        if (pPacket->ActualLength > pPacket->BufferLength) {
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            status = A_EPROTO;
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* we want synchronous operation */
++        pPacket->Completion = NULL;
++
++            /* get the message from the device, this will block */
++        status = HTCIssueRecv(target, pPacket);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* process receive header */
++        status = HTCProcessRecvHeader(target,pPacket,NULL);
++
++        pPacket->Status = status;
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                    ("HTCWaitforControlMessage, HTCProcessRecvHeader failed (status = %d) \n",
++                     status));
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* give the caller this control message packet, they are responsible to free */
++        *ppControlPacket = pPacket;
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++        if (pPacket != NULL) {
++                /* cleanup buffer on error */
++            HTC_FREE_CONTROL_RX(target,pPacket);
++        }
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV,("-HTCWaitforControlMessage \n"));
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++/* callback when device layer or lookahead report parsing detects a pending message */
++A_STATUS HTCRecvMessagePendingHandler(void *Context, A_UINT32 LookAhead, A_BOOL *pAsyncProc)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET      *target = (HTC_TARGET *)Context;
++    A_STATUS         status = A_OK;
++    HTC_PACKET      *pPacket = NULL;
++    HTC_FRAME_HDR   *pHdr;
++    HTC_ENDPOINT    *pEndpoint;
++    A_BOOL          asyncProc = FALSE;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV,("+HTCRecvMessagePendingHandler LookAhead:0x%X \n",LookAhead));
++
++    if (IS_DEV_IRQ_PROCESSING_ASYNC_ALLOWED(&target->Device)) {
++            /* We use async mode to get the packets if the device layer supports it.
++             * The device layer interfaces with HIF in which HIF may have restrictions on
++             * how interrupts are processed */
++        asyncProc = TRUE;
++    }
++
++    if (pAsyncProc != NULL) {
++            /* indicate to caller how we decided to process this */
++        *pAsyncProc = asyncProc;
++    }
++
++    while (TRUE) {
++
++        pHdr = (HTC_FRAME_HDR *)&LookAhead;
++
++        if (pHdr->EndpointID >= ENDPOINT_MAX) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,("Invalid Endpoint in look-ahead: %d \n",pHdr->EndpointID));
++                /* invalid endpoint */
++            status = A_EPROTO;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (pHdr->PayloadLen > HTC_MAX_PAYLOAD_LENGTH) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,("Payload length %d exceeds max HTC : %d !\n",
++                    pHdr->PayloadLen, HTC_MAX_PAYLOAD_LENGTH));
++            status = A_EPROTO;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        pEndpoint = &target->EndPoint[pHdr->EndpointID];
++
++        if (0 == pEndpoint->ServiceID) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,("Endpoint %d is not connected !\n",pHdr->EndpointID));
++                /* endpoint isn't even connected */
++            status = A_EPROTO;
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* lock RX to get a buffer */
++        LOCK_HTC_RX(target);
++
++            /* get a packet from the endpoint recv queue */
++        pPacket = HTC_PACKET_DEQUEUE(&pEndpoint->RxBuffers);
++
++        if (NULL == pPacket) {
++                /* check for refill handler */
++            if (pEndpoint->EpCallBacks.EpRecvRefill != NULL) {
++                UNLOCK_HTC_RX(target);
++                    /* call the re-fill handler */
++                pEndpoint->EpCallBacks.EpRecvRefill(pEndpoint->EpCallBacks.pContext,
++                                                    pHdr->EndpointID);
++                LOCK_HTC_RX(target);
++                    /* check if we have more buffers */
++                pPacket = HTC_PACKET_DEQUEUE(&pEndpoint->RxBuffers);
++                    /* fall through */
++            }
++        }
++
++        if (NULL == pPacket) {
++                /* this is not an error, we simply need to mark that we are waiting for buffers.*/
++            target->HTCStateFlags |= HTC_STATE_WAIT_BUFFERS;
++            target->EpWaitingForBuffers = pHdr->EndpointID;
++            status = A_NO_MEMORY;
++        }
++
++        UNLOCK_HTC_RX(target);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++                /* no buffers */
++            break;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(pPacket->Endpoint == pHdr->EndpointID);
++
++            /* make sure this message can fit in the endpoint buffer */
++        if ((pHdr->PayloadLen + HTC_HDR_LENGTH) > pPacket->BufferLength) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                    ("Payload Length Error : header reports payload of: %d, endpoint buffer size: %d \n",
++                    pHdr->PayloadLen, pPacket->BufferLength));
++            status = A_EPROTO;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        pPacket->HTCReserved = LookAhead; /* set expected look ahead */
++            /* set the amount of data to fetch */
++        pPacket->ActualLength = pHdr->PayloadLen + HTC_HDR_LENGTH;
++
++        if (asyncProc) {
++                /* we use async mode to get the packet if the device layer supports it
++                 * set our callback and context */
++            pPacket->Completion = HTCRecvCompleteHandler;
++            pPacket->pContext = target;
++        } else {
++                /* fully synchronous */
++            pPacket->Completion = NULL;
++        }
++
++            /* go fetch the packet */
++        status = HTCIssueRecv(target, pPacket);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (asyncProc) {
++                /* we did this asynchronously so we can get out of the loop, the asynch processing
++                 * creates a chain of requests to continue processing pending messages in the
++                 * context of callbacks  */
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* in the sync case, we process the packet, check lookaheads and then repeat */
++
++        LookAhead = 0;
++        status = HTCProcessRecvHeader(target,pPacket,&LookAhead);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        HTC_RX_STAT_PROFILE(target,pEndpoint,LookAhead);
++        DO_RCV_COMPLETION(target,pPacket,pEndpoint);
++
++        pPacket = NULL;
++
++        if (0 == LookAhead) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++    }
++
++    if (A_NO_MEMORY == status) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                (" Endpoint :%d has no buffers, blocking receiver to prevent overrun.. \n",
++                pHdr->EndpointID));
++            /* try to stop receive at the device layer */
++        DevStopRecv(&target->Device, asyncProc ? DEV_STOP_RECV_ASYNC : DEV_STOP_RECV_SYNC);
++        status = A_OK;
++    } else if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                        ("Failed to get pending message : LookAhead Value: 0x%X (status = %d) \n",
++                        LookAhead, status));
++        if (pPacket != NULL) {
++                /* clean up packet on error */
++            HTC_RECYCLE_RX_PKT(target, pPacket);
++        }
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV,("-HTCRecvMessagePendingHandler \n"));
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++/* Makes a buffer available to the HTC module */
++A_STATUS HTCAddReceivePkt(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle, HTC_PACKET *pPacket)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET *target = GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(HTCHandle);
++    HTC_ENDPOINT *pEndpoint;
++    A_BOOL       unblockRecv = FALSE;
++    A_STATUS     status = A_OK;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND,
++                    ("+- HTCAddReceivePkt: endPointId: %d, buffer: 0x%X, length: %d\n",
++                    pPacket->Endpoint, (A_UINT32)pPacket->pBuffer, pPacket->BufferLength));
++
++    do {
++
++        if (HTC_STOPPING(target)) {
++            status = A_ECANCELED;
++            break;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(pPacket->Endpoint < ENDPOINT_MAX);
++
++        pEndpoint = &target->EndPoint[pPacket->Endpoint];
++
++        LOCK_HTC_RX(target);
++
++            /* store receive packet */
++        HTC_PACKET_ENQUEUE(&pEndpoint->RxBuffers, pPacket);
++
++            /* check if we are blocked waiting for a new buffer */
++        if (target->HTCStateFlags & HTC_STATE_WAIT_BUFFERS) {
++            if (target->EpWaitingForBuffers == pPacket->Endpoint) {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV,(" receiver was blocked on ep:%d, unblocking.. \n",
++                    target->EpWaitingForBuffers));
++                target->HTCStateFlags &= ~HTC_STATE_WAIT_BUFFERS;
++                target->EpWaitingForBuffers = ENDPOINT_MAX;
++                unblockRecv = TRUE;
++            }
++        }
++
++        UNLOCK_HTC_RX(target);
++
++        if (unblockRecv && !HTC_STOPPING(target)) {
++                /* TODO : implement a buffer threshold count? */
++            DevEnableRecv(&target->Device,DEV_ENABLE_RECV_SYNC);
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++static void HTCFlushEndpointRX(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_ENDPOINT *pEndpoint)
++{
++    HTC_PACKET  *pPacket;
++
++    LOCK_HTC_RX(target);
++
++    while (1) {
++        pPacket = HTC_PACKET_DEQUEUE(&pEndpoint->RxBuffers);
++        if (NULL == pPacket) {
++            break;
++        }
++        UNLOCK_HTC_RX(target);
++        pPacket->Status = A_ECANCELED;
++        pPacket->ActualLength = 0;
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_RECV, ("  Flushing RX packet:0x%X, length:%d, ep:%d \n",
++                (A_UINT32)pPacket, pPacket->BufferLength, pPacket->Endpoint));
++            /* give the packet back */
++        pEndpoint->EpCallBacks.EpRecv(pEndpoint->EpCallBacks.pContext,
++                                      pPacket);
++        LOCK_HTC_RX(target);
++    }
++
++    UNLOCK_HTC_RX(target);
++
++
++}
++
++void HTCFlushRecvBuffers(HTC_TARGET *target)
++{
++    HTC_ENDPOINT    *pEndpoint;
++    int             i;
++
++        /* NOTE: no need to flush endpoint 0, these buffers were
++         * allocated as part of the HTC struct */
++    for (i = ENDPOINT_1; i < ENDPOINT_MAX; i++) {
++        pEndpoint = &target->EndPoint[i];
++        if (pEndpoint->ServiceID == 0) {
++                /* not in use.. */
++            continue;
++        }
++        HTCFlushEndpointRX(target,pEndpoint);
++    }
++
++
++}
++
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_send.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_send.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,541 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "htc_internal.h"
++
++#define DO_EP_TX_COMPLETION(ep,p)                                    \
++{                                                                    \
++    (p)->Completion = NULL;                                          \
++    (ep)->EpCallBacks.EpTxComplete((ep)->EpCallBacks.pContext,(p));  \
++}
++
++
++/* call the distribute credits callback with the distribution */
++#define DO_DISTRIBUTION(t,reason,description,pList) \
++{                                             \
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND,           \
++        ("  calling distribute function (%s) (dfn:0x%X, ctxt:0x%X, dist:0x%X) \n", \
++                (description),                                           \
++                (A_UINT32)(t)->DistributeCredits,                        \
++                (A_UINT32)(t)->pCredDistContext,                         \
++                (A_UINT32)pList));                                       \
++    (t)->DistributeCredits((t)->pCredDistContext,                        \
++                           (pList),                                      \
++                           (reason));                                    \
++}
++
++/* our internal send packet completion handler when packets are submited to the AR6K device
++ * layer */
++static void HTCSendPktCompletionHandler(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET      *target = (HTC_TARGET *)Context;
++    HTC_ENDPOINT    *pEndpoint = &target->EndPoint[pPacket->Endpoint];
++
++
++    if (A_FAILED(pPacket->Status)) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++            ("HTCSendPktCompletionHandler: request failed (status:%d, ep:%d) \n",
++                pPacket->Status, pPacket->Endpoint));
++    }
++        /* first, fixup the head room we allocated */
++    pPacket->pBuffer += HTC_HDR_LENGTH;
++        /* do completion */
++    DO_EP_TX_COMPLETION(pEndpoint,pPacket);
++}
++
++A_STATUS HTCIssueSend(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_PACKET *pPacket, A_UINT8 SendFlags)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT8 *pHdrBuf;
++    A_BOOL   sync = FALSE;
++
++        /* caller always provides headrooom */
++    pPacket->pBuffer -= HTC_HDR_LENGTH;
++    pHdrBuf = pPacket->pBuffer;
++        /* setup frame header */
++    A_SET_UINT16_FIELD(pHdrBuf,HTC_FRAME_HDR,PayloadLen,(A_UINT16)pPacket->ActualLength);
++    A_SET_UINT8_FIELD(pHdrBuf,HTC_FRAME_HDR,Flags,SendFlags);
++    A_SET_UINT8_FIELD(pHdrBuf,HTC_FRAME_HDR,EndpointID, (A_UINT8)pPacket->Endpoint);
++
++    if (pPacket->Completion == NULL) {
++            /* mark that this request was synchronously issued */
++        sync = TRUE;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND,
++                    ("+-HTCIssueSend: transmit length : %d (%s) \n",
++                    pPacket->ActualLength + HTC_HDR_LENGTH,
++                    sync ? "SYNC" : "ASYNC" ));
++
++        /* send message to device */
++    status = DevSendPacket(&target->Device,
++                           pPacket,
++                           pPacket->ActualLength + HTC_HDR_LENGTH);
++
++    if (sync) {
++            /* use local sync variable.  If this was issued asynchronously, pPacket is no longer
++             * safe to access. */
++        pPacket->pBuffer += HTC_HDR_LENGTH;
++    }
++
++    /* if this request was asynchronous, the packet completion routine will be invoked by
++     * the device layer when the HIF layer completes the request */
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++/* try to send the current packet or a packet at the head of the TX queue,
++ * if there are no credits, the packet remains in the queue.
++ * this function always succeeds and returns a flag if the TX queue for
++ * the endpoint has hit the set limit */
++static A_BOOL HTCTrySend(HTC_TARGET   *target,
++                         HTC_ENDPOINT *pEndpoint,
++                         HTC_PACKET   *pPacketToSend)
++{
++    HTC_PACKET  *pPacket;
++    int         creditsRequired;
++    int         remainder;
++    A_UINT8     sendFlags;
++    A_BOOL      epFull = FALSE;
++
++    LOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND,("+HTCTrySend (pPkt:0x%X)\n",(A_UINT32)pPacketToSend));
++
++    if (pPacketToSend != NULL) {
++        /* caller supplied us a packet to queue to the tail of the HTC TX queue before
++         * we check the tx queue */
++        HTC_PACKET_ENQUEUE(&pEndpoint->TxQueue,pPacketToSend);
++        pEndpoint->CurrentTxQueueDepth++;
++    }
++
++        /* now drain the TX queue for transmission as long as we have enough
++         * credits */
++
++    while (1) {
++
++        if (HTC_QUEUE_EMPTY(&pEndpoint->TxQueue)) {
++                /* nothing in the queue */
++            break;
++        }
++
++        sendFlags = 0;
++
++            /* get packet at head, but don't remove it */
++        pPacket = HTC_GET_PKT_AT_HEAD(&pEndpoint->TxQueue);
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND,(" Got head packet:0x%X , Queue Depth: %d\n",
++                (A_UINT32)pPacket, pEndpoint->CurrentTxQueueDepth));
++
++            /* figure out how many credits this message requires */
++        creditsRequired = (pPacket->ActualLength + HTC_HDR_LENGTH) / target->TargetCreditSize;
++        remainder = (pPacket->ActualLength + HTC_HDR_LENGTH) % target->TargetCreditSize;
++
++        if (remainder) {
++            creditsRequired++;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND,(" Creds Required:%d   Got:%d\n",
++                            creditsRequired, pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCredits));
++
++        if (pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCredits < creditsRequired) {
++
++            /* not enough credits */
++
++            if (pPacket->Endpoint == ENDPOINT_0) {
++                    /* leave it in the queue */
++                break;
++            }
++                /* invoke the registered distribution function only if this is not
++                 * endpoint 0, we let the driver layer provide more credits if it can.
++                 * We pass the credit distribution list starting at the endpoint in question
++                 * */
++
++                /* set how many credits we need  */
++            pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCreditsSeek =
++                                    creditsRequired - pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCredits;
++            DO_DISTRIBUTION(target,
++                            HTC_CREDIT_DIST_SEEK_CREDITS,
++                            "Seek Credits",
++                            &pEndpoint->CreditDist);
++
++            pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCreditsSeek = 0;
++
++            if (pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCredits < creditsRequired) {
++                    /* still not enough credits to send, leave packet in the queue */
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND,
++                    (" Not enough credits for ep %d leaving packet in queue..\n",
++                    pPacket->Endpoint));
++                break;
++            }
++
++        }
++
++        pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCredits -= creditsRequired;
++        INC_HTC_EP_STAT(pEndpoint, TxCreditsConsummed, creditsRequired);
++
++            /* check if we need credits */
++        if (pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCredits < pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCreditsPerMaxMsg) {
++            sendFlags |= HTC_FLAGS_NEED_CREDIT_UPDATE;
++            INC_HTC_EP_STAT(pEndpoint, TxCreditLowIndications, 1);
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND,(" Host Needs Credits  \n"));
++        }
++
++            /* now we can fully dequeue */
++        pPacket = HTC_PACKET_DEQUEUE(&pEndpoint->TxQueue);
++        pEndpoint->CurrentTxQueueDepth--;
++
++        INC_HTC_EP_STAT(pEndpoint, TxIssued, 1);
++
++        UNLOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++
++        HTCIssueSend(target, pPacket, sendFlags);
++
++        LOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++
++        /* go back and check for more messages */
++    }
++
++    if (pEndpoint->CurrentTxQueueDepth >= pEndpoint->MaxTxQueueDepth) {
++            /* let caller know that this endpoint has reached the maximum depth */
++        epFull = TRUE;
++    }
++
++    UNLOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND,("-HTCTrySend:  \n"));
++    return epFull;
++}
++
++/* HTC API - HTCSendPkt */
++A_STATUS HTCSendPkt(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle, HTC_PACKET *pPacket)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET      *target = GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(HTCHandle);
++    HTC_ENDPOINT    *pEndpoint;
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_ID ep;
++    A_STATUS        status = A_OK;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND,
++                    ("+HTCSendPkt: Enter endPointId: %d, buffer: 0x%X, length: %d \n",
++                    pPacket->Endpoint, (A_UINT32)pPacket->pBuffer, pPacket->ActualLength));
++
++    ep = pPacket->Endpoint;
++    AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(ep < ENDPOINT_MAX);
++    pEndpoint = &target->EndPoint[ep];
++
++    do {
++
++        if (HTC_STOPPING(target)) {
++            status = A_ECANCELED;
++            pPacket->Status = status;
++            DO_EP_TX_COMPLETION(pEndpoint,pPacket);
++            break;
++        }
++            /* everything sent through this interface is asynchronous */
++            /* fill in HTC completion routines */
++        pPacket->Completion = HTCSendPktCompletionHandler;
++        pPacket->pContext = target;
++
++        if (HTCTrySend(target, pEndpoint, pPacket)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND, (" Endpoint %d, TX queue is full, Depth:%d, Max:%d \n",
++                    ep, pEndpoint->CurrentTxQueueDepth, pEndpoint->MaxTxQueueDepth));
++                /* queue is now full, let caller know */
++            if (pEndpoint->EpCallBacks.EpSendFull != NULL) {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND, (" Calling driver's send full callback.... \n"));
++                pEndpoint->EpCallBacks.EpSendFull(pEndpoint->EpCallBacks.pContext,
++                                                  ep);
++            }
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND, ("-HTCSendPkt \n"));
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++
++/* check TX queues to drain because of credit distribution update */
++static INLINE void HTCCheckEndpointTxQueues(HTC_TARGET *target)
++{
++    HTC_ENDPOINT                *pEndpoint;
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST    *pDistItem;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND, ("+HTCCheckEndpointTxQueues \n"));
++    pDistItem = target->EpCreditDistributionListHead;
++
++        /* run through the credit distribution list to see
++         * if there are packets queued
++         * NOTE: no locks need to be taken since the distribution list
++         * is not dynamic (cannot be re-ordered) and we are not modifying any state */
++    while (pDistItem != NULL) {
++        pEndpoint = (HTC_ENDPOINT *)pDistItem->pHTCReserved;
++
++        if (pEndpoint->CurrentTxQueueDepth > 0) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND, (" Ep %d has %d credits and %d Packets in TX Queue \n",
++                    pDistItem->Endpoint, pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCredits, pEndpoint->CurrentTxQueueDepth));
++                /* try to start the stalled queue, this list is ordered by priority.
++                 * Highest priority queue get's processed first, if there are credits available the
++                 * highest priority queue will get a chance to reclaim credits from lower priority
++                 * ones */
++            HTCTrySend(target, pEndpoint, NULL);
++        }
++
++        pDistItem = pDistItem->pNext;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND, ("-HTCCheckEndpointTxQueues \n"));
++}
++
++/* process credit reports and call distribution function */
++void HTCProcessCreditRpt(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_CREDIT_REPORT *pRpt, int NumEntries, HTC_ENDPOINT_ID FromEndpoint)
++{
++    int             i;
++    HTC_ENDPOINT    *pEndpoint;
++    int             totalCredits = 0;
++    A_BOOL          doDist = FALSE;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND, ("+HTCProcessCreditRpt, Credit Report Entries:%d \n", NumEntries));
++
++        /* lock out TX while we update credits */
++    LOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++
++    for (i = 0; i < NumEntries; i++, pRpt++) {
++        if (pRpt->EndpointID >= ENDPOINT_MAX) {
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            break;
++        }
++
++        pEndpoint = &target->EndPoint[pRpt->EndpointID];
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND, ("  Endpoint %d got %d credits \n",
++                pRpt->EndpointID, pRpt->Credits));
++
++
++#ifdef HTC_EP_STAT_PROFILING
++
++        INC_HTC_EP_STAT(pEndpoint, TxCreditRpts, 1);
++        INC_HTC_EP_STAT(pEndpoint, TxCreditsReturned, pRpt->Credits);
++
++        if (FromEndpoint == pRpt->EndpointID) {
++                /* this credit report arrived on the same endpoint indicating it arrived in an RX
++                 * packet */
++            INC_HTC_EP_STAT(pEndpoint, TxCreditsFromRx, pRpt->Credits);
++            INC_HTC_EP_STAT(pEndpoint, TxCreditRptsFromRx, 1);
++        } else if (FromEndpoint == ENDPOINT_0) {
++                /* this credit arrived on endpoint 0 as a NULL message */
++            INC_HTC_EP_STAT(pEndpoint, TxCreditsFromEp0, pRpt->Credits);
++            INC_HTC_EP_STAT(pEndpoint, TxCreditRptsFromEp0, 1);
++        } else {
++                /* arrived on another endpoint */
++            INC_HTC_EP_STAT(pEndpoint, TxCreditsFromOther, pRpt->Credits);
++            INC_HTC_EP_STAT(pEndpoint, TxCreditRptsFromOther, 1);
++        }
++
++#endif
++
++        if (ENDPOINT_0 == pRpt->EndpointID) {
++                /* always give endpoint 0 credits back */
++            pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCredits += pRpt->Credits;
++        } else {
++                /* for all other endpoints, update credits to distribute, the distribution function
++                 * will handle giving out credits back to the endpoints */
++            pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCreditsToDist += pRpt->Credits;
++                /* flag that we have to do the distribution */
++            doDist = TRUE;
++        }
++
++        totalCredits += pRpt->Credits;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND, ("  Report indicated %d credits to distribute \n", totalCredits));
++
++    if (doDist) {
++            /* this was a credit return based on a completed send operations
++             * note, this is done with the lock held */
++        DO_DISTRIBUTION(target,
++                        HTC_CREDIT_DIST_SEND_COMPLETE,
++                        "Send Complete",
++                        target->EpCreditDistributionListHead->pNext);
++    }
++
++    UNLOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++
++    if (totalCredits) {
++        HTCCheckEndpointTxQueues(target);
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_SEND, ("-HTCProcessCreditRpt \n"));
++}
++
++/* flush endpoint TX queue */
++static void HTCFlushEndpointTX(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_ENDPOINT *pEndpoint, HTC_TX_TAG Tag)
++{
++    HTC_PACKET          *pPacket;
++    HTC_PACKET_QUEUE    discardQueue;
++
++        /* initialize the discard queue */
++    INIT_HTC_PACKET_QUEUE(&discardQueue);
++
++    LOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++
++        /* interate from the front of the TX queue and flush out packets */
++    ITERATE_OVER_LIST_ALLOW_REMOVE(&pEndpoint->TxQueue, pPacket, HTC_PACKET, ListLink) {
++
++            /* check for removal */
++        if ((HTC_TX_PACKET_TAG_ALL == Tag) || (Tag == pPacket->PktInfo.AsTx.Tag)) {
++                /* remove from queue */
++            HTC_PACKET_REMOVE(pPacket);
++                /* add it to the discard pile */
++            HTC_PACKET_ENQUEUE(&discardQueue, pPacket);
++            pEndpoint->CurrentTxQueueDepth--;
++        }
++
++    } ITERATE_END;
++
++    UNLOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++
++        /* empty the discard queue */
++    while (1) {
++        pPacket = HTC_PACKET_DEQUEUE(&discardQueue);
++        if (NULL == pPacket) {
++            break;
++        }
++        pPacket->Status = A_ECANCELED;
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("  Flushing TX packet:0x%X, length:%d, ep:%d tag:0x%X \n",
++                (A_UINT32)pPacket, pPacket->ActualLength, pPacket->Endpoint, pPacket->PktInfo.AsTx.Tag));
++        DO_EP_TX_COMPLETION(pEndpoint,pPacket);
++    }
++
++}
++
++void DumpCreditDist(HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEPDist)
++{
++    HTC_ENDPOINT *pEndpoint = (HTC_ENDPOINT *)pEPDist->pHTCReserved;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, ("--- EP : %d  ServiceID: 0x%X    --------------\n",
++                        pEPDist->Endpoint, pEPDist->ServiceID));
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, (" this:0x%X next:0x%X prev:0x%X\n",
++                (A_UINT32)pEPDist, (A_UINT32)pEPDist->pNext, (A_UINT32)pEPDist->pPrev));
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, (" DistFlags          : 0x%X \n", pEPDist->DistFlags));
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, (" TxCreditsNorm      : %d \n", pEPDist->TxCreditsNorm));
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, (" TxCreditsMin       : %d \n", pEPDist->TxCreditsMin));
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, (" TxCredits          : %d \n", pEPDist->TxCredits));
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, (" TxCreditsAssigned  : %d \n", pEPDist->TxCreditsAssigned));
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, (" TxCreditsSeek      : %d \n", pEPDist->TxCreditsSeek));
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, (" TxCreditSize       : %d \n", pEPDist->TxCreditSize));
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, (" TxCreditsPerMaxMsg : %d \n", pEPDist->TxCreditsPerMaxMsg));
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, (" TxCreditsToDist    : %d \n", pEPDist->TxCreditsToDist));
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, (" TxQueueDepth       : %d \n", pEndpoint->CurrentTxQueueDepth));
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ANY, ("----------------------------------------------------\n"));
++}
++
++void DumpCreditDistStates(HTC_TARGET *target)
++{
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEPList = target->EpCreditDistributionListHead;
++
++    while (pEPList != NULL) {
++        DumpCreditDist(pEPList);
++        pEPList = pEPList->pNext;
++    }
++
++    if (target->DistributeCredits != NULL) {
++        DO_DISTRIBUTION(target,
++                        HTC_DUMP_CREDIT_STATE,
++                        "Dump State",
++                        NULL);
++    }
++}
++
++/* flush all send packets from all endpoint queues */
++void HTCFlushSendPkts(HTC_TARGET *target)
++{
++    HTC_ENDPOINT    *pEndpoint;
++    int             i;
++
++    DumpCreditDistStates(target);
++
++    for (i = ENDPOINT_0; i < ENDPOINT_MAX; i++) {
++        pEndpoint = &target->EndPoint[i];
++        if (pEndpoint->ServiceID == 0) {
++                /* not in use.. */
++            continue;
++        }
++        HTCFlushEndpointTX(target,pEndpoint,HTC_TX_PACKET_TAG_ALL);
++    }
++
++
++}
++
++/* HTC API to flush an endpoint's TX queue*/
++void HTCFlushEndpoint(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle, HTC_ENDPOINT_ID Endpoint, HTC_TX_TAG Tag)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET      *target = GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(HTCHandle);
++    HTC_ENDPOINT    *pEndpoint = &target->EndPoint[Endpoint];
++
++    if (pEndpoint->ServiceID == 0) {
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++        /* not in use.. */
++        return;
++    }
++
++    HTCFlushEndpointTX(target, pEndpoint, Tag);
++}
++
++/* HTC API to indicate activity to the credit distribution function */
++void HTCIndicateActivityChange(HTC_HANDLE      HTCHandle,
++                               HTC_ENDPOINT_ID Endpoint,
++                               A_BOOL          Active)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET      *target = GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(HTCHandle);
++    HTC_ENDPOINT    *pEndpoint = &target->EndPoint[Endpoint];
++    A_BOOL          doDist = FALSE;
++
++    if (pEndpoint->ServiceID == 0) {
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++        /* not in use.. */
++        return;
++    }
++
++    LOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++
++    if (Active) {
++        if (!(pEndpoint->CreditDist.DistFlags & HTC_EP_ACTIVE)) {
++                /* mark active now */
++            pEndpoint->CreditDist.DistFlags |= HTC_EP_ACTIVE;
++            doDist = TRUE;
++        }
++    } else {
++        if (pEndpoint->CreditDist.DistFlags & HTC_EP_ACTIVE) {
++                /* mark inactive now */
++            pEndpoint->CreditDist.DistFlags &= ~HTC_EP_ACTIVE;
++            doDist = TRUE;
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (doDist) {
++        /* do distribution again based on activity change
++         * note, this is done with the lock held */
++        DO_DISTRIBUTION(target,
++                        HTC_CREDIT_DIST_ACTIVITY_CHANGE,
++                        "Activity Change",
++                        target->EpCreditDistributionListHead->pNext);
++    }
++
++    UNLOCK_HTC_TX(target);
++
++}
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_services.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/htc/htc_services.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,403 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "htc_internal.h"
++
++void HTCControlTxComplete(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket)
++{
++        /* not implemented
++         * we do not send control TX frames during normal runtime, only during setup  */
++    AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++}
++
++    /* callback when a control message arrives on this endpoint */
++void HTCControlRecv(void *Context, HTC_PACKET *pPacket)
++{
++    AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(pPacket->Endpoint == ENDPOINT_0);
++
++        /* the only control messages we are expecting are NULL messages (credit resports), which should
++         * never get here */
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                    ("HTCControlRecv, got message with length:%d \n",
++                    pPacket->ActualLength + HTC_HDR_LENGTH));
++
++        /* dump header and message */
++    DebugDumpBytes(pPacket->pBuffer - HTC_HDR_LENGTH,
++                   pPacket->ActualLength + HTC_HDR_LENGTH,
++                   "Unexpected ENDPOINT 0 Message");
++
++    HTC_RECYCLE_RX_PKT((HTC_TARGET*)Context,pPacket);
++}
++
++A_STATUS HTCSendSetupComplete(HTC_TARGET *target)
++{
++    HTC_PACKET             *pSendPacket = NULL;
++    A_STATUS                status;
++    HTC_SETUP_COMPLETE_MSG *pSetupComplete;
++
++    do {
++           /* allocate a packet to send to the target */
++        pSendPacket = HTC_ALLOC_CONTROL_TX(target);
++
++        if (NULL == pSendPacket) {
++            status = A_NO_MEMORY;
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* assemble setup complete message */
++        pSetupComplete = (HTC_SETUP_COMPLETE_MSG *)pSendPacket->pBuffer;
++        A_MEMZERO(pSetupComplete,sizeof(HTC_SETUP_COMPLETE_MSG));
++        pSetupComplete->MessageID = HTC_MSG_SETUP_COMPLETE_ID;
++
++        SET_HTC_PACKET_INFO_TX(pSendPacket,
++                               NULL,
++                               (A_UINT8 *)pSetupComplete,
++                               sizeof(HTC_SETUP_COMPLETE_MSG),
++                               ENDPOINT_0,
++                               HTC_SERVICE_TX_PACKET_TAG);
++
++            /* we want synchronous operation */
++        pSendPacket->Completion = NULL;
++            /* send the message */
++        status = HTCIssueSend(target,pSendPacket,0);
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (pSendPacket != NULL) {
++        HTC_FREE_CONTROL_TX(target,pSendPacket);
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++
++A_STATUS HTCConnectService(HTC_HANDLE               HTCHandle,
++                           HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_REQ  *pConnectReq,
++                           HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_RESP *pConnectResp)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET *target = GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(HTCHandle);
++    A_STATUS                            status = A_OK;
++    HTC_PACKET                          *pRecvPacket = NULL;
++    HTC_PACKET                          *pSendPacket = NULL;
++    HTC_CONNECT_SERVICE_RESPONSE_MSG    *pResponseMsg;
++    HTC_CONNECT_SERVICE_MSG             *pConnectMsg;
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_ID                     assignedEndpoint = ENDPOINT_MAX;
++    HTC_ENDPOINT                        *pEndpoint;
++    int                                 maxMsgSize = 0;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("+HTCConnectService, target:0x%X SvcID:0x%X \n",
++               (A_UINT32)target, pConnectReq->ServiceID));
++
++    do {
++
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(pConnectReq->ServiceID != 0);
++
++        if (HTC_CTRL_RSVD_SVC == pConnectReq->ServiceID) {
++                /* special case for pseudo control service */
++            assignedEndpoint = ENDPOINT_0;
++            maxMsgSize = HTC_MAX_CONTROL_MESSAGE_LENGTH;
++        } else {
++                /* allocate a packet to send to the target */
++            pSendPacket = HTC_ALLOC_CONTROL_TX(target);
++
++            if (NULL == pSendPacket) {
++                AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++                status = A_NO_MEMORY;
++                break;
++            }
++                /* assemble connect service message */
++            pConnectMsg = (HTC_CONNECT_SERVICE_MSG *)pSendPacket->pBuffer;
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(pConnectMsg != NULL);
++            A_MEMZERO(pConnectMsg,sizeof(HTC_CONNECT_SERVICE_MSG));
++            pConnectMsg->MessageID = HTC_MSG_CONNECT_SERVICE_ID;
++            pConnectMsg->ServiceID = pConnectReq->ServiceID;
++            pConnectMsg->ConnectionFlags = pConnectReq->ConnectionFlags;
++                /* check caller if it wants to transfer meta data */
++            if ((pConnectReq->pMetaData != NULL) &&
++                (pConnectReq->MetaDataLength <= HTC_SERVICE_META_DATA_MAX_LENGTH)) {
++                    /* copy meta data into message buffer (after header ) */
++                A_MEMCPY((A_UINT8 *)pConnectMsg + sizeof(HTC_CONNECT_SERVICE_MSG),
++                         pConnectReq->pMetaData,
++                         pConnectReq->MetaDataLength);
++                pConnectMsg->ServiceMetaLength = pConnectReq->MetaDataLength;
++            }
++
++            SET_HTC_PACKET_INFO_TX(pSendPacket,
++                                   NULL,
++                                   (A_UINT8 *)pConnectMsg,
++                                   sizeof(HTC_CONNECT_SERVICE_MSG) + pConnectMsg->ServiceMetaLength,
++                                   ENDPOINT_0,
++                                   HTC_SERVICE_TX_PACKET_TAG);
++
++                /* we want synchronous operation */
++            pSendPacket->Completion = NULL;
++
++            status = HTCIssueSend(target,pSendPacket,0);
++
++            if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++                break;
++            }
++
++                /* wait for response */
++            status = HTCWaitforControlMessage(target, &pRecvPacket);
++
++            if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++                break;
++            }
++                /* we controlled the buffer creation so it has to be properly aligned */
++            pResponseMsg = (HTC_CONNECT_SERVICE_RESPONSE_MSG *)pRecvPacket->pBuffer;
++
++            if ((pResponseMsg->MessageID != HTC_MSG_CONNECT_SERVICE_RESPONSE_ID) ||
++                (pRecvPacket->ActualLength < sizeof(HTC_CONNECT_SERVICE_RESPONSE_MSG))) {
++                    /* this message is not valid */
++                AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++                status = A_EPROTO;
++                break;
++            }
++
++            pConnectResp->ConnectRespCode = pResponseMsg->Status;
++                /* check response status */
++            if (pResponseMsg->Status != HTC_SERVICE_SUCCESS) {
++                AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,
++                    (" Target failed service 0x%X connect request (status:%d)\n",
++                                pResponseMsg->ServiceID, pResponseMsg->Status));
++                status = A_EPROTO;
++                break;
++            }
++
++            assignedEndpoint = pResponseMsg->EndpointID;
++            maxMsgSize = pResponseMsg->MaxMsgSize;
++
++            if ((pConnectResp->pMetaData != NULL) &&
++                (pResponseMsg->ServiceMetaLength > 0) &&
++                (pResponseMsg->ServiceMetaLength <= HTC_SERVICE_META_DATA_MAX_LENGTH)) {
++                    /* caller supplied a buffer and the target responded with data */
++                int copyLength = min((int)pConnectResp->BufferLength, (int)pResponseMsg->ServiceMetaLength);
++                    /* copy the meta data */
++                A_MEMCPY(pConnectResp->pMetaData,
++                         ((A_UINT8 *)pResponseMsg) + sizeof(HTC_CONNECT_SERVICE_RESPONSE_MSG),
++                         copyLength);
++                pConnectResp->ActualLength = copyLength;
++            }
++
++        }
++
++            /* the rest of these are parameter checks so set the error status */
++        status = A_EPROTO;
++
++        if (assignedEndpoint >= ENDPOINT_MAX) {
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (0 == maxMsgSize) {
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            break;
++        }
++
++        pEndpoint = &target->EndPoint[assignedEndpoint];
++
++        if (pEndpoint->ServiceID != 0) {
++            /* endpoint already in use! */
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            break;
++        }
++
++            /* return assigned endpoint to caller */
++        pConnectResp->Endpoint = assignedEndpoint;
++        pConnectResp->MaxMsgLength = maxMsgSize;
++
++            /* setup the endpoint */
++        pEndpoint->ServiceID = pConnectReq->ServiceID; /* this marks the endpoint in use */
++        pEndpoint->MaxTxQueueDepth = pConnectReq->MaxSendQueueDepth;
++        pEndpoint->MaxMsgLength = maxMsgSize;
++            /* copy all the callbacks */
++        pEndpoint->EpCallBacks = pConnectReq->EpCallbacks;
++        INIT_HTC_PACKET_QUEUE(&pEndpoint->RxBuffers);
++        INIT_HTC_PACKET_QUEUE(&pEndpoint->TxQueue);
++            /* set the credit distribution info for this endpoint, this information is
++             * passed back to the credit distribution callback function */
++        pEndpoint->CreditDist.ServiceID = pConnectReq->ServiceID;
++        pEndpoint->CreditDist.pHTCReserved = pEndpoint;
++        pEndpoint->CreditDist.Endpoint = assignedEndpoint;
++        pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCreditSize = target->TargetCreditSize;
++        pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCreditsPerMaxMsg = maxMsgSize / target->TargetCreditSize;
++
++        if (0 == pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCreditsPerMaxMsg) {
++            pEndpoint->CreditDist.TxCreditsPerMaxMsg = 1;
++        }
++
++        status = A_OK;
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (pSendPacket != NULL) {
++        HTC_FREE_CONTROL_TX(target,pSendPacket);
++    }
++
++    if (pRecvPacket != NULL) {
++        HTC_FREE_CONTROL_RX(target,pRecvPacket);
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_TRC, ("-HTCConnectService \n"));
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++static void AddToEndpointDistList(HTC_TARGET *target, HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEpDist)
++{
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pCurEntry,*pLastEntry;
++
++    if (NULL == target->EpCreditDistributionListHead) {
++        target->EpCreditDistributionListHead = pEpDist;
++        pEpDist->pNext = NULL;
++        pEpDist->pPrev = NULL;
++        return;
++    }
++
++        /* queue to the end of the list, this does not have to be very
++         * fast since this list is built at startup time */
++    pCurEntry = target->EpCreditDistributionListHead;
++
++    while (pCurEntry) {
++        pLastEntry = pCurEntry;
++        pCurEntry = pCurEntry->pNext;
++    }
++
++    pLastEntry->pNext = pEpDist;
++    pEpDist->pPrev = pLastEntry;
++    pEpDist->pNext = NULL;
++}
++
++
++
++/* default credit init callback */
++static void HTCDefaultCreditInit(void                     *Context,
++                                 HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEPList,
++                                 int                      TotalCredits)
++{
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pCurEpDist;
++    int                      totalEps = 0;
++    int                      creditsPerEndpoint;
++
++    pCurEpDist = pEPList;
++        /* first run through the list and figure out how many endpoints we are dealing with */
++    while (pCurEpDist != NULL) {
++        pCurEpDist = pCurEpDist->pNext;
++        totalEps++;
++    }
++
++        /* even distribution */
++    creditsPerEndpoint = TotalCredits/totalEps;
++
++    pCurEpDist = pEPList;
++        /* run through the list and set minimum and normal credits and
++         * provide the endpoint with some credits to start */
++    while (pCurEpDist != NULL) {
++
++        if (creditsPerEndpoint < pCurEpDist->TxCreditsPerMaxMsg) {
++                /* too many endpoints and not enough credits */
++            AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            break;
++        }
++            /* our minimum is set for at least 1 max message */
++        pCurEpDist->TxCreditsMin = pCurEpDist->TxCreditsPerMaxMsg;
++            /* this value is ignored by our credit alg, since we do
++             * not dynamically adjust credits, this is the policy of
++             * the "default" credit distribution, something simple and easy */
++        pCurEpDist->TxCreditsNorm = 0xFFFF;
++            /* give the endpoint minimum credits */
++        pCurEpDist->TxCredits = creditsPerEndpoint;
++        pCurEpDist->TxCreditsAssigned = creditsPerEndpoint;
++        pCurEpDist = pCurEpDist->pNext;
++    }
++
++}
++
++/* default credit distribution callback, NOTE, this callback holds the TX lock */
++void HTCDefaultCreditDist(void                     *Context,
++                          HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEPDistList,
++                          HTC_CREDIT_DIST_REASON   Reason)
++{
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pCurEpDist;
++
++    if (Reason == HTC_CREDIT_DIST_SEND_COMPLETE) {
++        pCurEpDist = pEPDistList;
++            /* simple distribution */
++        while (pCurEpDist != NULL) {
++            if (pCurEpDist->TxCreditsToDist > 0) {
++                    /* just give the endpoint back the credits */
++                pCurEpDist->TxCredits += pCurEpDist->TxCreditsToDist;
++                pCurEpDist->TxCreditsToDist = 0;
++            }
++            pCurEpDist = pCurEpDist->pNext;
++        }
++    }
++
++    /* note we do not need to handle the other reason codes as this is a very
++     * simple distribution scheme, no need to seek for more credits or handle inactivity */
++}
++
++void HTCSetCreditDistribution(HTC_HANDLE               HTCHandle,
++                              void                     *pCreditDistContext,
++                              HTC_CREDIT_DIST_CALLBACK CreditDistFunc,
++                              HTC_CREDIT_INIT_CALLBACK CreditInitFunc,
++                              HTC_SERVICE_ID           ServicePriorityOrder[],
++                              int                      ListLength)
++{
++    HTC_TARGET *target = GET_HTC_TARGET_FROM_HANDLE(HTCHandle);
++    int i;
++    int ep;
++
++    if (CreditInitFunc != NULL) {
++            /* caller has supplied their own distribution functions */
++        target->InitCredits = CreditInitFunc;
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(CreditDistFunc != NULL);
++        target->DistributeCredits = CreditDistFunc;
++        target->pCredDistContext = pCreditDistContext;
++    } else {
++        /* caller wants HTC to do distribution */
++        /* if caller wants service to handle distributions then
++         * it must set both of these to NULL! */
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(CreditDistFunc == NULL);
++        target->InitCredits = HTCDefaultCreditInit;
++        target->DistributeCredits = HTCDefaultCreditDist;
++        target->pCredDistContext = target;
++    }
++
++        /* always add HTC control endpoint first, we only expose the list after the
++         * first one, this is added for TX queue checking */
++    AddToEndpointDistList(target, &target->EndPoint[ENDPOINT_0].CreditDist);
++
++        /* build the list of credit distribution structures in priority order
++         * supplied by the caller, these will follow endpoint 0 */
++    for (i = 0; i < ListLength; i++) {
++            /* match services with endpoints and add the endpoints to the distribution list
++             * in FIFO order */
++        for (ep = ENDPOINT_1; ep < ENDPOINT_MAX; ep++) {
++            if (target->EndPoint[ep].ServiceID == ServicePriorityOrder[i]) {
++                    /* queue this one to the list */
++                AddToEndpointDistList(target, &target->EndPoint[ep].CreditDist);
++                break;
++            }
++        }
++        AR_DEBUG_ASSERT(ep < ENDPOINT_MAX);
++    }
++
++}
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_config.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_config.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,27 @@
++#ifndef _A_CONFIG_H_
++#define _A_CONFIG_H_
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2005 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++/*
++ * This file contains software configuration options that enables
++ * specific software "features"
++ */
++#include "../ar6000/config_linux.h"
++
++#endif
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_debug.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_debug.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,41 @@
++#ifndef _A_DEBUG_H_
++#define _A_DEBUG_H_
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include <a_types.h>
++#include <a_osapi.h>
++
++#define DBG_INFO		0x00000001
++#define DBG_ERROR		0x00000002
++#define DBG_WARNING		0x00000004
++#define DBG_SDIO		0x00000008
++#define DBG_HIF			0x00000010
++#define DBG_HTC			0x00000020
++#define DBG_WMI			0x00000040
++#define DBG_WMI2		0x00000080
++#define DBG_DRIVER		0x00000100
++
++#define DBG_DEFAULTS	(DBG_ERROR|DBG_WARNING)
++
++#include "../ar6000/debug_linux.h"
++
++#endif
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_drv_api.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_drv_api.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,185 @@
++#ifndef _A_DRV_API_H_
++#define _A_DRV_API_H_
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++/****************************************************************************/
++/****************************************************************************/
++/**                                                                        **/
++/** WMI related hooks                                                      **/
++/**                                                                        **/
++/****************************************************************************/
++/****************************************************************************/
++
++#include <ar6000_api.h>
++
++#define A_WMI_CHANNELLIST_RX(devt, numChan, chanList)	\
++	ar6000_channelList_rx((devt), (numChan), (chanList))
++
++#define A_WMI_SET_NUMDATAENDPTS(devt, num)	\
++	ar6000_set_numdataendpts((devt), (num))
++
++#define A_WMI_CONTROL_TX(devt, osbuf, streamID)	\
++	ar6000_control_tx((devt), (osbuf), (streamID))
++
++#define A_WMI_TARGETSTATS_EVENT(devt, pStats)	\
++	ar6000_targetStats_event((devt), (pStats))
++
++#define A_WMI_SCANCOMPLETE_EVENT(devt, status)	\
++	ar6000_scanComplete_event((devt), (status))
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_DSET_SUPPORT
++
++#define A_WMI_DSET_DATA_REQ(devt, access_cookie, offset, length, targ_buf, targ_reply_fn, targ_reply_arg)	\
++	ar6000_dset_data_req((devt), (access_cookie), (offset), (length), (targ_buf), (targ_reply_fn), (targ_reply_arg))
++
++#define A_WMI_DSET_CLOSE(devt, access_cookie)	\
++	ar6000_dset_close((devt), (access_cookie))
++
++#endif
++
++#define A_WMI_DSET_OPEN_REQ(devt, id, targ_handle, targ_reply_fn, targ_reply_arg) \
++	ar6000_dset_open_req((devt), (id), (targ_handle), (targ_reply_fn), (targ_reply_arg))
++
++#define A_WMI_CONNECT_EVENT(devt, channel, bssid, listenInterval, beaconInterval, networkType, beaconIeLen, assocReqLen, assocRespLen, assocInfo) \
++	ar6000_connect_event((devt), (channel), (bssid), (listenInterval), (beaconInterval), (networkType), (beaconIeLen), (assocReqLen), (assocRespLen), (assocInfo))
++
++#define A_WMI_REGDOMAIN_EVENT(devt, regCode)	\
++	ar6000_regDomain_event((devt), (regCode))
++
++#define A_WMI_NEIGHBORREPORT_EVENT(devt, numAps, info)	\
++	ar6000_neighborReport_event((devt), (numAps), (info))
++
++#define A_WMI_DISCONNECT_EVENT(devt, reason, bssid, assocRespLen, assocInfo, protocolReasonStatus)	\
++	ar6000_disconnect_event((devt), (reason), (bssid), (assocRespLen), (assocInfo), (protocolReasonStatus))
++
++#define A_WMI_TKIP_MICERR_EVENT(devt, keyid, ismcast)	\
++	ar6000_tkip_micerr_event((devt), (keyid), (ismcast))
++
++#define A_WMI_BITRATE_RX(devt, rateKbps)	\
++	ar6000_bitrate_rx((devt), (rateKbps))
++
++#define A_WMI_TXPWR_RX(devt, txPwr)	\
++	ar6000_txPwr_rx((devt), (txPwr))
++
++#define A_WMI_READY_EVENT(devt, datap, phyCap)	\
++	ar6000_ready_event((devt), (datap), (phyCap))
++
++#define A_WMI_DBGLOG_INIT_DONE(ar) \
++        ar6000_dbglog_init_done(ar);
++
++#define A_WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_EVENT(devt, newThreshold, rssi)	\
++	ar6000_rssiThreshold_event((devt), (newThreshold), (rssi))
++
++#define A_WMI_REPORT_ERROR_EVENT(devt, errorVal)	\
++	ar6000_reportError_event((devt), (errorVal))
++
++#define A_WMI_ROAM_TABLE_EVENT(devt, pTbl) \
++	ar6000_roam_tbl_event((devt), (pTbl))
++
++#define A_WMI_ROAM_DATA_EVENT(devt, p) \
++	ar6000_roam_data_event((devt), (p))
++
++#define A_WMI_WOW_LIST_EVENT(devt, num_filters, wow_filters)	\
++	ar6000_wow_list_event((devt), (num_filters), (wow_filters))
++
++#define A_WMI_CAC_EVENT(devt, ac, cac_indication, statusCode, tspecSuggestion)  \
++	ar6000_cac_event((devt), (ac), (cac_indication), (statusCode), (tspecSuggestion))
++
++#define A_WMI_IPTOS_TO_USERPRIORITY(pkt)    \
++	ar6000_iptos_to_userPriority((pkt))
++
++#define A_WMI_PMKID_LIST_EVENT(devt, num_pmkid, pmkid_list)	\
++	ar6000_pmkid_list_event((devt), (num_pmkid), (pmkid_list))
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT
++
++#define A_WMI_GPIO_INTR_RX(intr_mask, input_values) \
++	ar6000_gpio_intr_rx((intr_mask), (input_values))
++
++#define A_WMI_GPIO_DATA_RX(reg_id, value) \
++	ar6000_gpio_data_rx((reg_id), (value))
++
++#define A_WMI_GPIO_ACK_RX() \
++	ar6000_gpio_ack_rx()
++
++#endif
++
++#ifdef SEND_EVENT_TO_APP
++
++#define A_WMI_SEND_EVENT_TO_APP(ar, eventId, datap, len) \
++	ar6000_send_event_to_app((ar), (eventId), (datap), (len))
++
++#else
++
++#define A_WMI_SEND_EVENT_TO_APP(ar, eventId, datap, len)
++
++#endif
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++#define A_WMI_TCMD_RX_REPORT_EVENT(devt, results, len) \
++	ar6000_tcmd_rx_report_event((devt), (results), (len))
++#endif
++
++#define A_WMI_HBCHALLENGERESP_EVENT(devt, cookie, source)    \
++    ar6000_hbChallengeResp_event((devt), (cookie), (source))
++
++#define A_WMI_TX_RETRY_ERR_EVENT(devt) \
++	ar6000_tx_retry_err_event((devt))
++
++#define A_WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_EVENT_RX(devt, newThreshold, snr) \
++	ar6000_snrThresholdEvent_rx((devt), (newThreshold), (snr))
++
++#define A_WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_EVENT_RX(devt, range, lqVal) \
++	ar6000_lqThresholdEvent_rx((devt), (range), (lqVal))
++
++#define A_WMI_RATEMASK_RX(devt, ratemask) \
++	ar6000_ratemask_rx((devt), (ratemask))
++
++#define A_WMI_KEEPALIVE_RX(devt, configured)    \
++        ar6000_keepalive_rx((devt), (configured))
++
++#define A_WMI_BSSINFO_EVENT_RX(ar, datp, len)   \
++        ar6000_bssInfo_event_rx((ar), (datap), (len))
++
++#define A_WMI_DBGLOG_EVENT(ar, dropped, buffer, length) \
++        ar6000_dbglog_event((ar), (dropped), (buffer), (length));
++
++#define A_WMI_STREAM_TX_ACTIVE(devt,trafficClass) \
++    ar6000_indicate_tx_activity((devt),(trafficClass), TRUE)
++
++#define A_WMI_STREAM_TX_INACTIVE(devt,trafficClass) \
++    ar6000_indicate_tx_activity((devt),(trafficClass), FALSE)
++
++/****************************************************************************/
++/****************************************************************************/
++/**                                                                        **/
++/** HTC related hooks                                                      **/
++/**                                                                        **/
++/****************************************************************************/
++/****************************************************************************/
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_drv.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_drv.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,28 @@
++#ifndef _A_DRV_H_
++#define _A_DRV_H_
++/*
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/include/a_drv.h#1 $
++ *
++ * This file contains the definitions of the basic atheros data types.
++ * It is used to map the data types in atheros files to a platform specific
++ * type.
++ *
++ * Copyright 2003-2005 Atheros Communications, Inc.,  All Rights Reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "../ar6000/athdrv_linux.h"
++
++#endif /* _ADRV_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_osapi.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_osapi.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,28 @@
++#ifndef _A_OSAPI_H_
++#define _A_OSAPI_H_
++/*
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/include/a_osapi.h#1 $
++ *
++ * This file contains the definitions of the basic atheros data types.
++ * It is used to map the data types in atheros files to a platform specific
++ * type.
++ *
++ * Copyright 2003-2005 Atheros Communications, Inc.,  All Rights Reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "../ar6000/osapi_linux.h"
++
++#endif /* _OSAPI_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ar6000_api.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ar6000_api.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,29 @@
++#ifndef _AR6000_API_H_
++#define _AR6000_API_H_
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2005 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * This file contains the API to access the OS dependent atheros host driver
++ * by the WMI or WLAN generic modules.
++ *
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/include/ar6000_api.h#1 $
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "../ar6000/ar6xapi_linux.h"
++
++#endif /* _AR6000_API_H */
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ar6000_diag.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ar6000_diag.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,38 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef AR6000_DIAG_H_
++#define AR6000_DIAG_H_
++
++
++A_STATUS
++ar6000_ReadRegDiag(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 *address, A_UINT32 *data);
++
++A_STATUS
++ar6000_WriteRegDiag(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 *address, A_UINT32 *data);
++
++A_STATUS
++ar6000_ReadDataDiag(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 address,
++                    A_UCHAR *data, A_UINT32 length);
++
++A_STATUS
++ar6000_WriteDataDiag(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 address,
++                     A_UCHAR *data, A_UINT32 length);
++
++#endif /*AR6000_DIAG_H_*/
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/AR6001_regdump.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/AR6001_regdump.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,100 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef __AR6000_REGDUMP_H__
++#define __AR6000_REGDUMP_H__
++
++#if !defined(__ASSEMBLER__)
++/*
++ * Target CPU state at the time of failure is reflected
++ * in a register dump, which the Host can fetch through
++ * the diagnostic window.
++ */
++
++struct MIPS_exception_frame_s {
++    A_UINT32 pc;        /* Program Counter */
++    A_UINT32 at;        /* MIPS General Purpose registers */
++    A_UINT32 v0;
++    A_UINT32 v1;
++    A_UINT32 a0;
++    A_UINT32 a1;
++    A_UINT32 a2;
++    A_UINT32 a3;
++    A_UINT32 t0;
++    A_UINT32 t1;
++    A_UINT32 t2;
++    A_UINT32 t3;
++    A_UINT32 t4;
++    A_UINT32 t5;
++    A_UINT32 t6;
++    A_UINT32 t7;
++    A_UINT32 s0;
++    A_UINT32 s1;
++    A_UINT32 s2;
++    A_UINT32 s3;
++    A_UINT32 s4;
++    A_UINT32 s5;
++    A_UINT32 s6;
++    A_UINT32 s7;
++    A_UINT32 t8;
++    A_UINT32 t9;
++    A_UINT32 k0;
++    A_UINT32 k1;
++    A_UINT32 gp;
++    A_UINT32 sp;
++    A_UINT32 s8;
++    A_UINT32 ra;
++    A_UINT32 cause; /* Selected coprocessor regs */
++    A_UINT32 status;
++};
++typedef struct MIPS_exception_frame_s CPU_exception_frame_t;
++
++#endif
++
++/*
++ * Offsets into MIPS_exception_frame structure, for use in assembler code
++ * MUST MATCH C STRUCTURE ABOVE
++ */
++#define RD_pc           0
++#define RD_at           1
++#define RD_v0           2
++#define RD_v1           3
++#define RD_a0           4
++#define RD_a1           5
++#define RD_a2           6
++#define RD_a3           7
++#define RD_t0           8
++#define RD_t1           9
++#define RD_t2           10
++#define RD_t3           11
++#define RD_t4           12
++#define RD_t5           13
++#define RD_t6           14
++#define RD_t7           15
++#define RD_s0           16
++#define RD_s1           17
++#define RD_s2           18
++#define RD_s3           19
++#define RD_s4           20
++#define RD_s5           21
++#define RD_s6           22
++#define RD_s7           23
++#define RD_t8           24
++#define RD_t9           25
++#define RD_k0           26
++#define RD_k1           27
++#define RD_gp           28
++#define RD_sp           29
++#define RD_s8           30
++#define RD_ra           31
++#define RD_cause        32
++#define RD_status       33
++
++#define RD_SIZE         (34*4) /* Space for this number of words */
++
++#endif /* __AR6000_REGDUMP_H__ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/AR6Khwreg.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/AR6Khwreg.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,147 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ * This file contains the definitions for AR6001 registers
++ * that may be directly manipulated by Host software.
++ */
++
++#ifndef __AR6KHWREG_H__
++#define __AR6KHWREG_H__
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++/* Host registers */
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_ADDRESS                  0x00000400
++#define CPU_INT_STATUS_ADDRESS                   0x00000401
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_ADDRESS                 0x00000402
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ADDRESS                0x00000418
++#define CPU_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ADDRESS            0x00000419
++#define COUNT_ADDRESS                            0x00000420
++#define COUNT_DEC_ADDRESS                        0x00000440
++#define WINDOW_DATA_ADDRESS                      0x00000474
++#define WINDOW_WRITE_ADDR_ADDRESS                0x00000478
++#define WINDOW_READ_ADDR_ADDRESS                 0x0000047c
++
++/* Target addresses */
++#define RESET_CONTROL_ADDRESS                    0x0c000000
++#define MC_REMAP_VALID_ADDRESS                   0x0c004080
++#define MC_REMAP_SIZE_ADDRESS                    0x0c004100
++#define MC_REMAP_COMPARE_ADDRESS                 0x0c004180
++#define MC_REMAP_TARGET_ADDRESS                  0x0c004200
++#define LOCAL_COUNT_ADDRESS                      0x0c014080
++#define LOCAL_SCRATCH_ADDRESS                    0x0c0140c0
++
++
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ERROR_MSB              7
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ERROR_LSB              7
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ERROR_MASK             0x00000080
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ERROR_GET(x)           (((x) & INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ERROR_MASK) >> INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ERROR_LSB)
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ERROR_SET(x)           (((x) << INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ERROR_LSB) & INT_STATUS_ENABLE_ERROR_MASK)
++
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_CPU_MSB                6
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_CPU_LSB                6
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_CPU_MASK               0x00000040
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_CPU_GET(x)             (((x) & INT_STATUS_ENABLE_CPU_MASK) >> INT_STATUS_ENABLE_CPU_LSB)
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_CPU_SET(x)             (((x) << INT_STATUS_ENABLE_CPU_LSB) & INT_STATUS_ENABLE_CPU_MASK)
++
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_COUNTER_MSB            4
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_COUNTER_LSB            4
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_COUNTER_MASK           0x00000010
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_COUNTER_GET(x)         (((x) & INT_STATUS_ENABLE_COUNTER_MASK) >> INT_STATUS_ENABLE_COUNTER_LSB)
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_COUNTER_SET(x)         (((x) << INT_STATUS_ENABLE_COUNTER_LSB) & INT_STATUS_ENABLE_COUNTER_MASK)
++
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_MBOX_DATA_MSB          3
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_MBOX_DATA_LSB          0
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_MBOX_DATA_MASK         0x0000000f
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_MBOX_DATA_GET(x)       (((x) & INT_STATUS_ENABLE_MBOX_DATA_MASK) >> INT_STATUS_ENABLE_MBOX_DATA_LSB)
++#define INT_STATUS_ENABLE_MBOX_DATA_SET(x)       (((x) << INT_STATUS_ENABLE_MBOX_DATA_LSB) & INT_STATUS_ENABLE_MBOX_DATA_MASK)
++
++#define ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_RX_UNDERFLOW_MSB     1
++#define ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_RX_UNDERFLOW_LSB     1
++#define ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_RX_UNDERFLOW_MASK    0x00000002
++#define ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_RX_UNDERFLOW_GET(x)  (((x) & ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_RX_UNDERFLOW_MASK) >> ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_RX_UNDERFLOW_LSB)
++#define ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_RX_UNDERFLOW_SET(x)  (((x) << ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_RX_UNDERFLOW_LSB) & ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_RX_UNDERFLOW_MASK)
++
++#define ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_TX_OVERFLOW_MSB      0
++#define ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_TX_OVERFLOW_LSB      0
++#define ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_TX_OVERFLOW_MASK     0x00000001
++#define ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_TX_OVERFLOW_GET(x)   (((x) & ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_TX_OVERFLOW_MASK) >> ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_TX_OVERFLOW_LSB)
++#define ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_TX_OVERFLOW_SET(x)   (((x) << ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_TX_OVERFLOW_LSB) & ERROR_STATUS_ENABLE_TX_OVERFLOW_MASK)
++
++
++#define CPU_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_MSB            7
++#define CPU_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_LSB            0
++#define CPU_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_MASK           0x000000ff
++#define CPU_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_GET(x)         (((x) & CPU_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_MASK) >> CPU_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_LSB)
++#define CPU_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_SET(x)         (((x) << CPU_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_LSB) & CPU_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_MASK)
++
++#define COUNTER_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_MSB        7
++#define COUNTER_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_LSB        0
++#define COUNTER_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_MASK       0x000000ff
++#define COUNTER_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_GET(x)     (((x) & COUNTER_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_MASK) >> COUNTER_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_LSB)
++#define COUNTER_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_SET(x)     (((x) << COUNTER_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_LSB) & COUNTER_INT_STATUS_ENABLE_BIT_MASK)
++
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_WAKEUP_MSB              2
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_WAKEUP_LSB              2
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_WAKEUP_MASK             0x00000004
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_WAKEUP_GET(x)           (((x) & ERROR_INT_STATUS_WAKEUP_MASK) >> ERROR_INT_STATUS_WAKEUP_LSB)
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_WAKEUP_SET(x)           (((x) << ERROR_INT_STATUS_WAKEUP_LSB) & ERROR_INT_STATUS_WAKEUP_MASK)
++
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_RX_UNDERFLOW_MSB        1
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_RX_UNDERFLOW_LSB        1
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_RX_UNDERFLOW_MASK       0x00000002
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_RX_UNDERFLOW_GET(x)     (((x) & ERROR_INT_STATUS_RX_UNDERFLOW_MASK) >> ERROR_INT_STATUS_RX_UNDERFLOW_LSB)
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_RX_UNDERFLOW_SET(x)     (((x) << ERROR_INT_STATUS_RX_UNDERFLOW_LSB) & ERROR_INT_STATUS_RX_UNDERFLOW_MASK)
++
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_TX_OVERFLOW_MSB         0
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_TX_OVERFLOW_LSB         0
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_TX_OVERFLOW_MASK        0x00000001
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_TX_OVERFLOW_GET(x)      (((x) & ERROR_INT_STATUS_TX_OVERFLOW_MASK) >> ERROR_INT_STATUS_TX_OVERFLOW_LSB)
++#define ERROR_INT_STATUS_TX_OVERFLOW_SET(x)      (((x) << ERROR_INT_STATUS_TX_OVERFLOW_LSB) & ERROR_INT_STATUS_TX_OVERFLOW_MASK)
++
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_ERROR_MSB                7
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_ERROR_LSB                7
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_ERROR_MASK               0x00000080
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_ERROR_GET(x)             (((x) & HOST_INT_STATUS_ERROR_MASK) >> HOST_INT_STATUS_ERROR_LSB)
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_ERROR_SET(x)             (((x) << HOST_INT_STATUS_ERROR_LSB) & HOST_INT_STATUS_ERROR_MASK)
++
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_CPU_MSB                  6
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_CPU_LSB                  6
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_CPU_MASK                 0x00000040
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_CPU_GET(x)               (((x) & HOST_INT_STATUS_CPU_MASK) >> HOST_INT_STATUS_CPU_LSB)
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_CPU_SET(x)               (((x) << HOST_INT_STATUS_CPU_LSB) & HOST_INT_STATUS_CPU_MASK)
++
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_COUNTER_MSB              4
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_COUNTER_LSB              4
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_COUNTER_MASK             0x00000010
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_COUNTER_GET(x)           (((x) & HOST_INT_STATUS_COUNTER_MASK) >> HOST_INT_STATUS_COUNTER_LSB)
++#define HOST_INT_STATUS_COUNTER_SET(x)           (((x) << HOST_INT_STATUS_COUNTER_LSB) & HOST_INT_STATUS_COUNTER_MASK)
++
++#define RESET_CONTROL_WARM_RST_MSB               7
++#define RESET_CONTROL_WARM_RST_LSB               7
++#define RESET_CONTROL_WARM_RST_MASK              0x00000080
++#define RESET_CONTROL_WARM_RST_GET(x)            (((x) & RESET_CONTROL_WARM_RST_MASK) >> RESET_CONTROL_WARM_RST_LSB)
++#define RESET_CONTROL_WARM_RST_SET(x)            (((x) << RESET_CONTROL_WARM_RST_LSB) & RESET_CONTROL_WARM_RST_MASK)
++
++#define RESET_CONTROL_COLD_RST_MSB               8
++#define RESET_CONTROL_COLD_RST_LSB               8
++#define RESET_CONTROL_COLD_RST_MASK              0x00000100
++#define RESET_CONTROL_COLD_RST_GET(x)            (((x) & RESET_CONTROL_COLD_RST_MASK) >> RESET_CONTROL_COLD_RST_LSB)
++#define RESET_CONTROL_COLD_RST_SET(x)            (((x) << RESET_CONTROL_COLD_RST_LSB) & RESET_CONTROL_COLD_RST_MASK)
++
++#define RESET_CAUSE_LAST_MSB                     2
++#define RESET_CAUSE_LAST_LSB                     0
++#define RESET_CAUSE_LAST_MASK                    0x00000007
++#define RESET_CAUSE_LAST_GET(x)                  (((x) & RESET_CAUSE_LAST_MASK) >> RESET_CAUSE_LAST_LSB)
++#define RESET_CAUSE_LAST_SET(x)                  (((x) << RESET_CAUSE_LAST_LSB) & RESET_CAUSE_LAST_MASK)
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* __AR6KHWREG_H__ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/AR6K_version.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/AR6K_version.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,36 @@
++#define __VER_MAJOR_ 2
++#define __VER_MINOR_ 0
++#define __VER_PATCH_ 0
++
++
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ * The makear6ksdk script (used for release builds) modifies the following line.
++ */
++#define __BUILD_NUMBER_ 18
++
++
++/* Format of the version number. */
++#define VER_MAJOR_BIT_OFFSET		28
++#define VER_MINOR_BIT_OFFSET		24
++#define VER_PATCH_BIT_OFFSET		16
++#define VER_BUILD_NUM_BIT_OFFSET	0
++
++
++/*
++ * The version has the following format:
++ * Bits 28-31: Major version
++ * Bits 24-27: Minor version
++ * Bits 16-23: Patch version
++ * Bits 0-15:  Build number (automatically generated during build process )
++ * E.g. Build 1.1.3.7 would be represented as 0x11030007.
++ *
++ * DO NOT split the following macro into multiple lines as this may confuse the build scripts.
++ */
++#define AR6K_SW_VERSION 	( ( __VER_MAJOR_ << VER_MAJOR_BIT_OFFSET ) + ( __VER_MINOR_ << VER_MINOR_BIT_OFFSET ) + ( __VER_PATCH_ << VER_PATCH_BIT_OFFSET ) + ( __BUILD_NUMBER_ << VER_BUILD_NUM_BIT_OFFSET ) )
++
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/AR6K_version.h.NEW
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/AR6K_version.h.NEW	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,36 @@
++#define __VER_MAJOR_ 2
++#define __VER_MINOR_ 0
++#define __VER_PATCH_ 0
++
++
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ * The makear6ksdk script (used for release builds) modifies the following line.
++ */
++#define __BUILD_NUMBER_ 18
++
++
++/* Format of the version number. */
++#define VER_MAJOR_BIT_OFFSET		28
++#define VER_MINOR_BIT_OFFSET		24
++#define VER_PATCH_BIT_OFFSET		16
++#define VER_BUILD_NUM_BIT_OFFSET	0
++
++
++/*
++ * The version has the following format:
++ * Bits 28-31: Major version
++ * Bits 24-27: Minor version
++ * Bits 16-23: Patch version
++ * Bits 0-15:  Build number (automatically generated during build process )
++ * E.g. Build 1.1.3.7 would be represented as 0x11030007.
++ *
++ * DO NOT split the following macro into multiple lines as this may confuse the build scripts.
++ */
++#define AR6K_SW_VERSION 	( ( __VER_MAJOR_ << VER_MAJOR_BIT_OFFSET ) + ( __VER_MINOR_ << VER_MINOR_BIT_OFFSET ) + ( __VER_PATCH_ << VER_PATCH_BIT_OFFSET ) + ( __BUILD_NUMBER_ << VER_BUILD_NUM_BIT_OFFSET ) )
++
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/athdefs.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/athdefs.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,85 @@
++#ifndef __ATHDEFS_H__
++#define __ATHDEFS_H__
++
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ * This file contains definitions that may be used across both
++ * Host and Target software.  Nothing here is module-dependent
++ * or platform-dependent.
++ */
++
++/*
++ * Generic error codes that can be used by hw, sta, ap, sim, dk
++ * and any other environments. Since these are enums, feel free to
++ * add any more codes that you need.
++ */
++
++typedef enum {
++    A_ERROR = -1,               /* Generic error return */
++    A_OK = 0,                   /* success */
++                                /* Following values start at 1 */
++    A_DEVICE_NOT_FOUND,         /* not able to find PCI device */
++    A_NO_MEMORY,                /* not able to allocate memory, not available */
++    A_MEMORY_NOT_AVAIL,         /* memory region is not free for mapping */
++    A_NO_FREE_DESC,             /* no free descriptors available */
++    A_BAD_ADDRESS,              /* address does not match descriptor */
++    A_WIN_DRIVER_ERROR,         /* used in NT_HW version, if problem at init */
++    A_REGS_NOT_MAPPED,          /* registers not correctly mapped */
++    A_EPERM,                    /* Not superuser */
++    A_EACCES,                   /* Access denied */
++    A_ENOENT,                   /* No such entry, search failed, etc. */
++    A_EEXIST,                   /* The object already exists (can't create) */
++    A_EFAULT,                   /* Bad address fault */
++    A_EBUSY,                    /* Object is busy */
++    A_EINVAL,                   /* Invalid parameter */
++    A_EMSGSIZE,                 /* Inappropriate message buffer length */
++    A_ECANCELED,                /* Operation canceled */
++    A_ENOTSUP,                  /* Operation not supported */
++    A_ECOMM,                    /* Communication error on send */
++    A_EPROTO,                   /* Protocol error */
++    A_ENODEV,                   /* No such device */
++    A_EDEVNOTUP,                /* device is not UP */
++    A_NO_RESOURCE,              /* No resources for requested operation */
++    A_HARDWARE,                 /* Hardware failure */
++    A_PENDING,                  /* Asynchronous routine; will send up results la
++ter (typically in callback) */
++    A_EBADCHANNEL,              /* The channel cannot be used */
++    A_DECRYPT_ERROR,            /* Decryption error */
++    A_PHY_ERROR,                /* RX PHY error */
++    A_CONSUMED                  /* Object was consumed */
++} A_STATUS;
++
++#define A_SUCCESS(x)        (x == A_OK)
++#define A_FAILED(x)         (!A_SUCCESS(x))
++
++#ifndef TRUE
++#define TRUE 1
++#endif
++
++#ifndef FALSE
++#define FALSE 0
++#endif
++
++/*
++ * The following definition is WLAN specific definition
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    MODE_11A = 0,   /* 11a Mode */
++    MODE_11G = 1,   /* 11g + 11b Mode */
++    MODE_11B = 2,   /* 11b Mode */
++    MODE_11GONLY = 3, /* 11g only Mode */
++    MODE_UNKNOWN = 4,
++    MODE_MAX = 4
++} WLAN_PHY_MODE;
++
++typedef enum {
++    WLAN_11A_CAPABILITY   = 1,
++    WLAN_11G_CAPABILITY   = 2,
++    WLAN_11AG_CAPABILITY  = 3,
++}WLAN_CAPABILITY;
++
++#endif /* __ATHDEFS_H__ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/athdrv.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/athdrv.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,32 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _ATHDRV_H_
++#define _ATHDRV_H_
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _ATHDRV_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/athendpack.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/athendpack.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,41 @@
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++ * @file: athendpack.h
++ *
++ * @abstract: end compiler-specific structure packing
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++#ifdef VXWORKS
++#endif /* VXWORKS */
++
++#ifdef LINUX
++#endif /* LINUX */
++
++#ifdef QNX
++#endif /* QNX */
++
++#ifdef INTEGRITY
++#include "integrity/athendpack_integrity.h"
++#endif /* INTEGRITY */
++
++#ifdef NUCLEUS
++#endif /* NUCLEUS */
++
++#ifdef UNDER_CE
++#include "../os/wince/include/athendpack_wince.h"
++#endif /* WINCE */
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/athstartpack.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/athstartpack.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,42 @@
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++ * @file: athstartpack.h
++ *
++ * @abstract: start compiler-specific structure packing
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifdef VXWORKS
++#endif /* VXWORKS */
++
++#ifdef LINUX
++#endif /* LINUX */
++
++#ifdef QNX
++#endif /* QNX */
++
++#ifdef INTEGRITY
++#include "integrity/athstartpack_integrity.h"
++#endif /* INTEGRITY */
++
++#ifdef NUCLEUS
++#endif /* NUCLEUS */
++
++#ifdef UNDER_CE
++#include "../os/wince/include/athstartpack_wince.h"
++#endif /* WINCE */
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_types.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/a_types.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,28 @@
++#ifndef _A_TYPES_H_
++#define _A_TYPES_H_
++/*
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/include/a_types.h#1 $
++ *
++ * This file contains the definitions of the basic atheros data types.
++ * It is used to map the data types in atheros files to a platform specific
++ * type.
++ *
++ * Copyright 2003-2005 Atheros Communications, Inc.,  All Rights Reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "../ar6000/athtypes_linux.h"
++
++#endif /* _ATHTYPES_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/bmi.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/bmi.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,100 @@
++#ifndef _BMI_H_
++#define _BMI_H_
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2005 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ * BMI declarations and prototypes
++ */
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif /* __cplusplus */
++
++/* Header files */
++#include "a_config.h"
++#include "athdefs.h"
++#include "a_types.h"
++#include "hif.h"
++#include "a_osapi.h"
++#include "bmi_msg.h"
++
++void
++BMIInit(void);
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIDone(HIF_DEVICE *device);
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIGetTargetInfo(HIF_DEVICE *device, struct bmi_target_info *targ_info);
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIReadMemory(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++              A_UINT32 address,
++              A_UCHAR *buffer,
++              A_UINT32 length);
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIWriteMemory(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++               A_UINT32 address,
++               A_UCHAR *buffer,
++               A_UINT32 length);
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIExecute(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++           A_UINT32 address,
++           A_UINT32 *param);
++
++A_STATUS
++BMISetAppStart(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++               A_UINT32 address);
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIReadSOCRegister(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                   A_UINT32 address,
++                   A_UINT32 *param);
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIWriteSOCRegister(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                    A_UINT32 address,
++                    A_UINT32 param);
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIrompatchInstall(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                   A_UINT32 ROM_addr,
++                   A_UINT32 RAM_addr,
++                   A_UINT32 nbytes,
++                   A_UINT32 do_activate,
++                   A_UINT32 *patch_id);
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIrompatchUninstall(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                     A_UINT32 rompatch_id);
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIrompatchActivate(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                    A_UINT32 rompatch_count,
++                    A_UINT32 *rompatch_list);
++
++A_STATUS
++BMIrompatchDeactivate(HIF_DEVICE *device,
++                      A_UINT32 rompatch_count,
++                      A_UINT32 *rompatch_list);
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _BMI_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/bmi_msg.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/bmi_msg.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,199 @@
++#ifndef __BMI_MSG_H__
++#define __BMI_MSG_H__
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++/*
++ * Bootloader Messaging Interface (BMI)
++ *
++ * BMI is a very simple messaging interface used during initialization
++ * to read memory, write memory, execute code, and to define an
++ * application entry PC.
++ *
++ * It is used to download an application to AR6K, to provide
++ * patches to code that is already resident on AR6K, and generally
++ * to examine and modify state.  The Host has an opportunity to use
++ * BMI only once during bootup.  Once the Host issues a BMI_DONE
++ * command, this opportunity ends.
++ *
++ * The Host writes BMI requests to mailbox0, and reads BMI responses
++ * from mailbox0.   BMI requests all begin with a command
++ * (see below for specific commands), and are followed by
++ * command-specific data.
++ *
++ * Flow control:
++ * The Host can only issue a command once the Target gives it a
++ * "BMI Command Credit", using AR6K Counter #4.  As soon as the
++ * Target has completed a command, it issues another BMI Command
++ * Credit (so the Host can issue the next command).
++ *
++ * BMI handles all required Target-side cache flushing.
++ */
++
++
++/* Maximum data size used for BMI transfers */
++#define BMI_DATASZ_MAX                     32
++
++/* BMI Commands */
++
++#define BMI_NO_COMMAND                      0
++
++#define BMI_DONE                            1
++        /*
++         * Semantics: Host is done using BMI
++         * Request format:
++         *    A_UINT32      command (BMI_DONE)
++         * Response format: none
++         */
++
++#define BMI_READ_MEMORY                     2
++        /*
++         * Semantics: Host reads AR6K memory
++         * Request format:
++         *    A_UINT32      command (BMI_READ_MEMORY)
++         *    A_UINT32      address
++         *    A_UINT32      length, at most BMI_DATASZ_MAX
++         * Response format:
++         *    A_UINT8       data[length]
++         */
++
++#define BMI_WRITE_MEMORY                    3
++        /*
++         * Semantics: Host writes AR6K memory
++         * Request format:
++         *    A_UINT32       command (BMI_WRITE_MEMORY)
++         *    A_UINT32      address
++         *    A_UINT32      length, at most BMI_DATASZ_MAX
++         *    A_UINT8       data[length]
++         * Response format: none
++         */
++
++#define BMI_EXECUTE                         4
++        /*
++         * Semantics: Causes AR6K to execute code
++         * Request format:
++         *    A_UINT32      command (BMI_EXECUTE)
++         *    A_UINT32      address
++         *    A_UINT32      parameter
++         * Response format:
++         *    A_UINT32      return value
++         */
++
++#define BMI_SET_APP_START                   5
++        /*
++         * Semantics: Set Target application starting address
++         * Request format:
++         *    A_UINT32      command (BMI_SET_APP_START)
++         *    A_UINT32      address
++         * Response format: none
++         */
++
++#define BMI_READ_SOC_REGISTER               6
++        /*
++         * Semantics: Read a 32-bit Target SOC register.
++         * Request format:
++         *    A_UINT32      command (BMI_READ_REGISTER)
++         *    A_UINT32      address
++         * Response format:
++         *    A_UINT32      value
++         */
++
++#define BMI_WRITE_SOC_REGISTER              7
++        /*
++         * Semantics: Write a 32-bit Target SOC register.
++         * Request format:
++         *    A_UINT32      command (BMI_WRITE_REGISTER)
++         *    A_UINT32      address
++         *    A_UINT32      value
++         *
++         * Response format: none
++         */
++
++#define BMI_GET_TARGET_ID                  8
++#define BMI_GET_TARGET_INFO                8
++        /*
++         * Semantics: Fetch the 4-byte Target information
++         * Request format:
++         *    A_UINT32      command (BMI_GET_TARGET_ID/INFO)
++         * Response format1 (old firmware):
++         *    A_UINT32      TargetVersionID
++         * Response format2 (newer firmware):
++         *    A_UINT32      TARGET_VERSION_SENTINAL
++         *    struct bmi_target_info;
++         */
++
++struct bmi_target_info {
++    A_UINT32 target_info_byte_count; /* size of this structure */
++    A_UINT32 target_ver;             /* Target Version ID */
++    A_UINT32 target_type;            /* Target type */
++};
++#define TARGET_VERSION_SENTINAL 0xffffffff
++#define TARGET_TYPE_AR6001 1
++#define TARGET_TYPE_AR6002 2
++
++
++#define BMI_ROMPATCH_INSTALL               9
++        /*
++         * Semantics: Install a ROM Patch.
++         * Request format:
++         *    A_UINT32      command (BMI_ROMPATCH_INSTALL)
++         *    A_UINT32      Target ROM Address
++         *    A_UINT32      Target RAM Address
++         *    A_UINT32      Size, in bytes
++         *    A_UINT32      Activate? 1-->activate;
++         *                            0-->install but do not activate
++         * Response format:
++         *    A_UINT32      PatchID
++         */
++
++#define BMI_ROMPATCH_UNINSTALL             10
++        /*
++         * Semantics: Uninstall a previously-installed ROM Patch,
++         * automatically deactivating, if necessary.
++         * Request format:
++         *    A_UINT32      command (BMI_ROMPATCH_UNINSTALL)
++         *    A_UINT32      PatchID
++         *
++         * Response format: none
++         */
++
++#define BMI_ROMPATCH_ACTIVATE              11
++        /*
++         * Semantics: Activate a list of previously-installed ROM Patches.
++         * Request format:
++         *    A_UINT32      command (BMI_ROMPATCH_ACTIVATE)
++         *    A_UINT32      rompatch_count
++         *    A_UINT32      PatchID[rompatch_count]
++         *
++         * Response format: none
++         */
++
++#define BMI_ROMPATCH_DEACTIVATE            12
++        /*
++         * Semantics: Deactivate a list of active ROM Patches.
++         * Request format:
++         *    A_UINT32      command (BMI_ROMPATCH_DEACTIVATE)
++         *    A_UINT32      rompatch_count
++         *    A_UINT32      PatchID[rompatch_count]
++         *
++         * Response format: none
++         */
++
++
++#endif /* __BMI_MSG_H__ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/common_drv.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/common_drv.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,61 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++
++#ifndef COMMON_DRV_H_
++#define COMMON_DRV_H_
++
++#include "hif.h"
++#include "htc_packet.h"
++
++
++
++/* structure that is the state information for the default credit distribution callback
++ * drivers should instantiate (zero-init as well) this structure in their driver instance
++ * and pass it as a context to the HTC credit distribution functions */
++typedef struct _COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO {
++    int TotalAvailableCredits;      /* total credits in the system at startup */
++    int CurrentFreeCredits;         /* credits available in the pool that have not been
++                                       given out to endpoints */
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pLowestPriEpDist;  /* pointer to the lowest priority endpoint dist struct */
++} COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO;
++
++
++/* HTC TX packet tagging definitions */
++#define AR6K_CONTROL_PKT_TAG    HTC_TX_PACKET_TAG_USER_DEFINED
++#define AR6K_DATA_PKT_TAG       (AR6K_CONTROL_PKT_TAG + 1)
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++/* OS-independent APIs */
++A_STATUS ar6000_setup_credit_dist(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle, COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO *pCredInfo);
++A_STATUS ar6000_ReadRegDiag(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 *address, A_UINT32 *data);
++A_STATUS ar6000_WriteRegDiag(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 *address, A_UINT32 *data);
++A_STATUS ar6000_ReadDataDiag(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 address,  A_UCHAR *data, A_UINT32 length);
++A_STATUS ar6000_reset_device(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 TargetType);
++void ar6000_dump_target_assert_info(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 TargetType);
++A_STATUS ar6000_reset_device_skipflash(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice);
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /*COMMON_DRV_H_*/
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dbglog_api.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dbglog_api.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,46 @@
++#ifndef _DBGLOG_API_H_
++#define _DBGLOG_API_H_
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ * This file contains host side debug primitives.
++ */
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++#include "dbglog.h"
++
++#define DBGLOG_HOST_LOG_BUFFER_SIZE            DBGLOG_LOG_BUFFER_SIZE
++
++#define DBGLOG_GET_DBGID(arg) \
++    ((arg & DBGLOG_DBGID_MASK) >> DBGLOG_DBGID_OFFSET)
++
++#define DBGLOG_GET_MODULEID(arg) \
++    ((arg & DBGLOG_MODULEID_MASK) >> DBGLOG_MODULEID_OFFSET)
++
++#define DBGLOG_GET_NUMARGS(arg) \
++    ((arg & DBGLOG_NUM_ARGS_MASK) >> DBGLOG_NUM_ARGS_OFFSET)
++
++#define DBGLOG_GET_TIMESTAMP(arg) \
++    ((arg & DBGLOG_TIMESTAMP_MASK) >> DBGLOG_TIMESTAMP_OFFSET)
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _DBGLOG_API_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dbglog.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dbglog.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,107 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ * This file contains the definitions and data structures associated with
++ * the log based debug mechanism.
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _DBGLOG_H_
++#define _DBGLOG_H_
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++#define DBGLOG_TIMESTAMP_OFFSET          0
++#define DBGLOG_TIMESTAMP_MASK            0x0000FFFF /* Bit 0-15. Contains bit
++                                                       8-23 of the LF0 timer */
++#define DBGLOG_DBGID_OFFSET              16
++#define DBGLOG_DBGID_MASK                0x03FF0000 /* Bit 16-25 */
++#define DBGLOG_DBGID_NUM_MAX             256 /* Upper limit is width of mask */
++
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_OFFSET           26
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_MASK             0x3C000000 /* Bit 26-29 */
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_NUM_MAX          16 /* Upper limit is width of mask */
++
++/*
++ * Please ensure that the definition of any new module intrduced is captured
++ * between the DBGLOG_MODULEID_START and DBGLOG_MODULEID_END defines. The
++ * structure is required for the parser to correctly pick up the values for
++ * different modules.
++ */
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_START
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_INF                   0
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_WMI                   1
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_CSERV                 2
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_PM                    3
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_TXRX_MGMTBUF          4
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_TXRX_TXBUF            5
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_TXRX_RXBUF            6
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_WOW                   7
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_WHAL                  8
++#define DBGLOG_MODULEID_END
++
++#define DBGLOG_NUM_ARGS_OFFSET             30
++#define DBGLOG_NUM_ARGS_MASK               0xC0000000 /* Bit 30-31 */
++#define DBGLOG_NUM_ARGS_MAX                2 /* Upper limit is width of mask */
++
++#define DBGLOG_MODULE_LOG_ENABLE_OFFSET    0
++#define DBGLOG_MODULE_LOG_ENABLE_MASK      0x0000FFFF
++
++#define DBGLOG_REPORTING_ENABLED_OFFSET    16
++#define DBGLOG_REPORTING_ENABLED_MASK      0x00010000
++
++#define DBGLOG_TIMESTAMP_RESOLUTION_OFFSET 17
++#define DBGLOG_TIMESTAMP_RESOLUTION_MASK   0x000E0000
++
++#define DBGLOG_REPORT_SIZE_OFFSET          20
++#define DBGLOG_REPORT_SIZE_MASK            0x3FF00000
++
++#define DBGLOG_LOG_BUFFER_SIZE             1500
++#define DBGLOG_DBGID_DEFINITION_LEN_MAX    64
++
++struct dbglog_buf_s {
++    struct dbglog_buf_s *next;
++    A_INT8              *buffer;
++    A_UINT32             bufsize;
++    A_UINT32             length;
++    A_UINT32             count;
++    A_UINT32             free;
++};
++
++struct dbglog_hdr_s {
++    struct dbglog_buf_s *dbuf;
++    A_UINT32             dropped;
++};
++
++struct dbglog_config_s {
++    A_UINT32                    cfgvalid; /* Mask with valid config bits */
++    union {
++        /* TODO: Take care of endianness */
++        struct {
++            A_UINT32            mmask:16; /* Mask of modules with logging on */
++            A_UINT32            rep:1; /* Reporting enabled or not */
++            A_UINT32            tsr:3; /* Time stamp resolution. Def: 1 ms */
++            A_UINT32            size:10; /* Report size in number of messages */
++            A_UINT32            reserved:2;
++        } dbglog_config;
++
++        A_UINT32                value;
++    } u;
++};
++
++#define cfgmmask                   u.dbglog_config.mmask
++#define cfgrep                     u.dbglog_config.rep
++#define cfgtsr                     u.dbglog_config.tsr
++#define cfgsize                    u.dbglog_config.size
++#define cfgvalue                   u.value
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _DBGLOG_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dbglog_id.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dbglog_id.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,307 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ * This file contains the definitions of the debug identifiers for different
++ * modules.
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _DBGLOG_ID_H_
++#define _DBGLOG_ID_H_
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++/*
++ * The nomenclature for the debug identifiers is MODULE_DESCRIPTION.
++ * Please ensure that the definition of any new debugid introduced is captured
++ * between the <MODULE>_DBGID_DEFINITION_START and
++ * <MODULE>_DBGID_DEFINITION_END defines. The structure is required for the
++ * parser to correctly pick up the values for different debug identifiers.
++ */
++
++/* INF debug identifier definitions */
++#define INF_DBGID_DEFINITION_START
++#define INF_ASSERTION_FAILED                          1
++#define INF_TARGET_ID                                 2
++#define INF_DBGID_DEFINITION_END
++
++/* WMI debug identifier definitions */
++#define WMI_DBGID_DEFINITION_START
++#define WMI_CMD_RX_XTND_PKT_TOO_SHORT                 1
++#define WMI_EXTENDED_CMD_NOT_HANDLED                  2
++#define WMI_CMD_RX_PKT_TOO_SHORT                      3
++#define WMI_CALLING_WMI_EXTENSION_FN                  4
++#define WMI_CMD_NOT_HANDLED                           5
++#define WMI_IN_SYNC                                   6
++#define WMI_TARGET_WMI_SYNC_CMD                       7
++#define WMI_SET_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS                  8
++#define WMI_SET_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS                 9
++#define WMI_SET_LQ_TRESHOLD_PARAMS                   10
++#define WMI_TARGET_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMD                11
++#define WMI_WI_DTM_INUSE                             12
++#define WMI_TARGET_DELETE_PSTREAM_CMD                13
++#define WMI_TARGET_IMPLICIT_DELETE_PSTREAM_CMD       14
++#define WMI_TARGET_GET_BIT_RATE_CMD                  15
++#define WMI_GET_RATE_MASK_CMD_FIX_RATE_MASK_IS       16
++#define WMI_TARGET_GET_AVAILABLE_CHANNELS_CMD        17
++#define WMI_TARGET_GET_TX_PWR_CMD                    18
++#define WMI_FREE_EVBUF_WMIBUF                        19
++#define WMI_FREE_EVBUF_DATABUF                       20
++#define WMI_FREE_EVBUF_BADFLAG                       21
++#define WMI_HTC_RX_ERROR_DATA_PACKET                 22
++#define WMI_HTC_RX_SYNC_PAUSING_FOR_MBOX             23
++#define WMI_INCORRECT_WMI_DATA_HDR_DROPPING_PKT      24
++#define WMI_SENDING_READY_EVENT                      25
++#define WMI_SETPOWER_MDOE_TO_MAXPERF                 26
++#define WMI_SETPOWER_MDOE_TO_REC                     27
++#define WMI_BSSINFO_EVENT_FROM                       28
++#define WMI_TARGET_GET_STATS_CMD                     29
++#define WMI_SENDING_SCAN_COMPLETE_EVENT              30
++#define WMI_SENDING_RSSI_INDB_THRESHOLD_EVENT        31
++#define WMI_SENDING_RSSI_INDBM_THRESHOLD_EVENT       32
++#define WMI_SENDING_LINK_QUALITY_THRESHOLD_EVENT     33
++#define WMI_SENDING_ERROR_REPORT_EVENT               34
++#define WMI_SENDING_CAC_EVENT                        35
++#define WMI_TARGET_GET_ROAM_TABLE_CMD                36
++#define WMI_TARGET_GET_ROAM_DATA_CMD                 37
++#define WMI_SENDING_GPIO_INTR_EVENT                  38
++#define WMI_SENDING_GPIO_ACK_EVENT                   39
++#define WMI_SENDING_GPIO_DATA_EVENT                  40
++#define WMI_CMD_RX                                   41
++#define WMI_CMD_RX_XTND                              42
++#define WMI_EVENT_SEND                               43
++#define WMI_EVENT_SEND_XTND                          44
++#define WMI_DBGID_DEFINITION_END
++
++/* CSERV debug identifier definitions */
++#define CSERV_DBGID_DEFINITION_START
++#define CSERV_BEGIN_SCAN1                             1
++#define CSERV_BEGIN_SCAN2                             2
++#define CSERV_END_SCAN1                               3
++#define CSERV_END_SCAN2                               4
++#define CSERV_CHAN_SCAN_START                         5
++#define CSERV_CHAN_SCAN_STOP                          6
++#define CSERV_CHANNEL_OPPPORTUNITY                    7
++#define CSERV_NC_TIMEOUT                              8
++#define CSERV_BACK_HOME                              10
++#define CSERV_CHMGR_CH_CALLBACK1                     11
++#define CSERV_CHMGR_CH_CALLBACK2                     12
++#define CSERV_CHMGR_CH_CALLBACK3                     13
++#define CSERV_SET_SCAN_PARAMS1                       14
++#define CSERV_SET_SCAN_PARAMS2                       15
++#define CSERV_SET_SCAN_PARAMS3                       16
++#define CSERV_SET_SCAN_PARAMS4                       17
++#define CSERV_ABORT_SCAN                             18
++#define CSERV_NEWSTATE                               19
++#define CSERV_MINCHMGR_OP_END                        20
++#define CSERV_CHMGR_OP_END                           21
++#define CSERV_DISCONNECT_TIMEOUT                     22
++#define CSERV_ROAM_TIMEOUT                           23
++#define CSERV_FORCE_SCAN1                            24
++#define CSERV_FORCE_SCAN2                            25
++#define CSERV_FORCE_SCAN3                            26
++#define CSERV_UTIL_TIMEOUT                           27
++#define CSERV_RSSIPOLLER                             28
++#define CSERV_RETRY_CONNECT_TIMEOUT                  29
++#define CSERV_RSSIINDBMPOLLER                        30
++#define CSERV_BGSCAN_ENABLE                          31
++#define CSERV_BGSCAN_DISABLE                         32
++#define CSERV_WLAN_START_SCAN_CMD1                   33
++#define CSERV_WLAN_START_SCAN_CMD2                   34
++#define CSERV_WLAN_START_SCAN_CMD3                   35
++#define CSERV_START_SCAN_CMD                         36
++#define CSERV_START_FORCE_SCAN                       37
++#define CSERV_NEXT_CHAN                              38
++#define CSERV_SET_REGCODE                            39
++#define CSERV_START_ADHOC                            40
++#define CSERV_ADHOC_AT_HOME                          41
++#define CSERV_OPT_AT_HOME                            42
++#define CSERV_WLAN_CONNECT_CMD                       43
++#define CSERV_WLAN_RECONNECT_CMD                     44
++#define CSERV_WLAN_DISCONNECT_CMD                    45
++#define CSERV_BSS_CHANGE_CHANNEL                     46
++#define CSERV_BEACON_RX                              47
++#define CSERV_KEEPALIVE_CHECK                        48
++#define CSERV_RC_BEGIN_SCAN                          49
++#define CSERV_RC_SCAN_START                          50
++#define CSERV_RC_SCAN_STOP                           51
++#define CSERV_RC_NEXT                                52
++#define CSERV_RC_SCAN_END                            53
++#define CSERV_PROBE_CALLBACK                         54
++#define CSERV_ROAM1                                  55
++#define CSERV_ROAM2                                  56
++#define CSERV_ROAM3                                  57
++#define CSERV_CONNECT_EVENT                          58
++#define CSERV_DISCONNECT_EVENT                       59
++#define CSERV_BMISS_HANDLER1                         60
++#define CSERV_BMISS_HANDLER2                         61
++#define CSERV_BMISS_HANDLER3                         62
++#define CSERV_LOWRSSI_HANDLER                        63
++#define CSERV_WLAN_SET_PMKID_CMD                     64
++#define CSERV_RECONNECT_REQUEST                      65
++#define CSERV_KEYSPLUMBED_EVENT                      66
++#define CSERV_NEW_REG                                67
++#define CSERV_SET_RSSI_THOLD                         68
++#define CSERV_RSSITHRESHOLDCHECK                     69
++#define CSERV_RSSIINDBMTHRESHOLDCHECK                70
++#define CSERV_WLAN_SET_OPT_CMD1                      71
++#define CSERV_WLAN_SET_OPT_CMD2                      72
++#define CSERV_WLAN_SET_OPT_CMD3                      73
++#define CSERV_WLAN_SET_OPT_CMD4                      74
++#define CSERV_SCAN_CONNECT_STOP                      75
++#define CSERV_BMISS_HANDLER4                         76
++#define CSERV_INITIALIZE_TIMER                       77
++#define CSERV_ARM_TIMER                              78
++#define CSERV_DISARM_TIMER                           79
++#define CSERV_UNINITIALIZE_TIMER                     80
++#define CSERV_DISCONNECT_EVENT2                      81
++#define CSERV_SCAN_CONNECT_START                     82
++#define CSERV_BSSINFO_MEMORY_ALLOC_FAILED            83
++#define CSERV_SET_SCAN_PARAMS5                       84
++#define CSERV_DBGID_DEFINITION_END
++
++/* TXRX debug identifier definitions */
++#define TXRX_TXBUF_DBGID_DEFINITION_START
++#define TXRX_TXBUF_ALLOCATE_BUF                      1
++#define TXRX_TXBUF_QUEUE_BUF_TO_MBOX                 2
++#define TXRX_TXBUF_QUEUE_BUF_TO_TXQ                  3
++#define TXRX_TXBUF_TXQ_DEPTH                         4
++#define TXRX_TXBUF_IBSS_QUEUE_TO_SFQ                 5
++#define TXRX_TXBUF_IBSS_QUEUE_TO_TXQ_FRM_SFQ         6
++#define TXRX_TXBUF_INITIALIZE_TIMER                  7
++#define TXRX_TXBUF_ARM_TIMER                         8
++#define TXRX_TXBUF_DISARM_TIMER                      9
++#define TXRX_TXBUF_UNINITIALIZE_TIMER                10
++#define TXRX_TXBUF_DBGID_DEFINITION_END
++
++#define TXRX_RXBUF_DBGID_DEFINITION_START
++#define TXRX_RXBUF_ALLOCATE_BUF                      1
++#define TXRX_RXBUF_QUEUE_TO_HOST                     2
++#define TXRX_RXBUF_QUEUE_TO_WLAN                     3
++#define TXRX_RXBUF_ZERO_LEN_BUF                      4
++#define TXRX_RXBUF_QUEUE_TO_HOST_LASTBUF_IN_RXCHAIN  5
++#define TXRX_RXBUF_LASTBUF_IN_RXCHAIN_ZEROBUF        6
++#define TXRX_RXBUF_QUEUE_EMPTY_QUEUE_TO_WLAN         7
++#define TXRX_RXBUF_SEND_TO_RECV_MGMT                 8
++#define TXRX_RXBUF_SEND_TO_IEEE_LAYER                9
++#define TXRX_RXBUF_DBGID_DEFINITION_END
++
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_DBGID_DEFINITION_START
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_ALLOCATE_BUF                    1
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_ALLOCATE_SM_BUF                 2
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_ALLOCATE_RMBUF                  3
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_GET_BUF                         4
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_GET_SM_BUF                      5
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_QUEUE_BUF_TO_TXQ                6
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_REAPED_BUF                      7
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_REAPED_SM_BUF                   8
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_WAIT_FOR_TXQ_DRAIN              9
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_WAIT_FOR_TXQ_SFQ_DRAIN          10
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_ENQUEUE_INTO_SFQ                11
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_DEQUEUE_FROM_SFQ                12
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_PAUSE_TXQ                       13
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_RESUME_TXQ                      14
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_WAIT_FORTXQ_DRAIN_TIMEOUT       15
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_DRAINQ                          16
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_INDICATE_Q_DRAINED              17
++#define TXRX_MGMTBUF_DBGID_DEFINITION_END
++
++/* PM (Power Module) debug identifier definitions */
++#define PM_DBGID_DEFINITION_START
++#define PM_INIT                                      1
++#define PM_ENABLE                                    2
++#define PM_SET_STATE                                 3
++#define PM_SET_POWERMODE                             4
++#define PM_CONN_NOTIFY                               5
++#define PM_REF_COUNT_NEGATIVE                        6
++#define PM_APSD_ENABLE                               7
++#define PM_UPDATE_APSD_STATE                         8
++#define PM_CHAN_OP_REQ                               9
++#define PM_SET_MY_BEACON_POLICY                      10
++#define PM_SET_ALL_BEACON_POLICY                     11
++#define PM_SET_PM_PARAMS1                            12
++#define PM_SET_PM_PARAMS2                            13
++#define PM_ADHOC_SET_PM_CAPS_FAIL                    14
++#define PM_ADHOC_UNKNOWN_IBSS_ATTRIB_ID              15
++#define PM_DBGID_DEFINITION_END
++
++/* Wake on Wireless debug identifier definitions */
++#define WOW_DBGID_DEFINITION_START
++#define WOW_INIT                                        1
++#define WOW_GET_CONFIG_DSET                             2
++#define WOW_NO_CONFIG_DSET                              3
++#define WOW_INVALID_CONFIG_DSET                         4
++#define WOW_USE_DEFAULT_CONFIG                          5
++#define WOW_SETUP_GPIO                                  6
++#define WOW_INIT_DONE                                   7
++#define WOW_SET_GPIO_PIN                                8
++#define WOW_CLEAR_GPIO_PIN                              9
++#define WOW_SET_WOW_MODE_CMD                            10
++#define WOW_SET_HOST_MODE_CMD                           11
++#define WOW_ADD_WOW_PATTERN_CMD                         12
++#define WOW_NEW_WOW_PATTERN_AT_INDEX                    13
++#define WOW_DEL_WOW_PATTERN_CMD                         14
++#define WOW_LIST_CONTAINS_PATTERNS                      15
++#define WOW_GET_WOW_LIST_CMD                            16
++#define WOW_INVALID_FILTER_ID                           17
++#define WOW_INVALID_FILTER_LISTID                       18
++#define WOW_NO_VALID_FILTER_AT_ID                       19
++#define WOW_NO_VALID_LIST_AT_ID                         20
++#define WOW_NUM_PATTERNS_EXCEEDED                       21
++#define WOW_NUM_LISTS_EXCEEDED                          22
++#define WOW_GET_WOW_STATS                               23
++#define WOW_CLEAR_WOW_STATS                             24
++#define WOW_WAKEUP_HOST                                 25
++#define WOW_EVENT_WAKEUP_HOST                           26
++#define WOW_EVENT_DISCARD                               27
++#define WOW_PATTERN_MATCH                               28
++#define WOW_PATTERN_NOT_MATCH                           29
++#define WOW_PATTERN_NOT_MATCH_OFFSET                    30
++#define WOW_DISABLED_HOST_ASLEEP                        31
++#define WOW_ENABLED_HOST_ASLEEP_NO_PATTERNS             32
++#define WOW_ENABLED_HOST_ASLEEP_NO_MATCH_FOUND          33
++#define WOW_DBGID_DEFINITION_END
++
++/* WHAL debug identifier definitions */
++#define WHAL_DBGID_DEFINITION_START
++#define WHAL_ERROR_ANI_CONTROL                      1
++#define WHAL_ERROR_CHIP_TEST1                       2
++#define WHAL_ERROR_CHIP_TEST2                       3
++#define WHAL_ERROR_EEPROM_CHECKSUM                  4
++#define WHAL_ERROR_EEPROM_MACADDR                   5
++#define WHAL_ERROR_INTERRUPT_HIU                    6
++#define WHAL_ERROR_KEYCACHE_RESET                   7
++#define WHAL_ERROR_KEYCACHE_SET                     8
++#define WHAL_ERROR_KEYCACHE_TYPE                    9
++#define WHAL_ERROR_KEYCACHE_TKIPENTRY              10
++#define WHAL_ERROR_KEYCACHE_WEPLENGTH              11
++#define WHAL_ERROR_PHY_INVALID_CHANNEL             12
++#define WHAL_ERROR_POWER_AWAKE                     13
++#define WHAL_ERROR_POWER_SET                       14
++#define WHAL_ERROR_RECV_STOPDMA                    15
++#define WHAL_ERROR_RECV_STOPPCU                    16
++#define WHAL_ERROR_RESET_CHANNF1                   17
++#define WHAL_ERROR_RESET_CHANNF2                   18
++#define WHAL_ERROR_RESET_PM                        19
++#define WHAL_ERROR_RESET_OFFSETCAL                 20
++#define WHAL_ERROR_RESET_RFGRANT                   21
++#define WHAL_ERROR_RESET_RXFRAME                   22
++#define WHAL_ERROR_RESET_STOPDMA                   23
++#define WHAL_ERROR_RESET_RECOVER                   24
++#define WHAL_ERROR_XMIT_COMPUTE                    25
++#define WHAL_ERROR_XMIT_NOQUEUE                    26
++#define WHAL_ERROR_XMIT_ACTIVEQUEUE                27
++#define WHAL_ERROR_XMIT_BADTYPE                    28
++#define WHAL_DBGID_DEFINITION_END
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _DBGLOG_ID_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dl_list.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dl_list.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,114 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Double-link list definitions (adapted from Atheros SDIO stack)
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++#ifndef __DL_LIST_H___
++#define __DL_LIST_H___
++
++#define A_CONTAINING_STRUCT(address, struct_type, field_name)\
++            ((struct_type *)((A_UINT32)(address) - (A_UINT32)(&((struct_type *)0)->field_name)))
++
++/* list functions */
++/* pointers for the list */
++typedef struct _DL_LIST {
++    struct _DL_LIST *pPrev;
++    struct _DL_LIST *pNext;
++}DL_LIST, *PDL_LIST;
++/*
++ * DL_LIST_INIT , initialize doubly linked list
++*/
++#define DL_LIST_INIT(pList)\
++    {(pList)->pPrev = pList; (pList)->pNext = pList;}
++
++#define DL_LIST_IS_EMPTY(pList) (((pList)->pPrev == (pList)) && ((pList)->pNext == (pList)))
++#define DL_LIST_GET_ITEM_AT_HEAD(pList) (pList)->pNext
++#define DL_LIST_GET_ITEM_AT_TAIL(pList) (pList)->pPrev
++/*
++ * ITERATE_OVER_LIST pStart is the list, pTemp is a temp list member
++ * NOT: do not use this function if the items in the list are deleted inside the
++ * iteration loop
++*/
++#define ITERATE_OVER_LIST(pStart, pTemp) \
++    for((pTemp) =(pStart)->pNext; pTemp != (pStart); (pTemp) = (pTemp)->pNext)
++
++
++/* safe iterate macro that allows the item to be removed from the list
++ * the iteration continues to the next item in the list
++ */
++#define ITERATE_OVER_LIST_ALLOW_REMOVE(pStart,pItem,st,offset)  \
++{                                                       \
++    PDL_LIST  pTemp;                                     \
++    pTemp = (pStart)->pNext;                            \
++    while (pTemp != (pStart)) {                         \
++        (pItem) = A_CONTAINING_STRUCT(pTemp,st,offset);   \
++         pTemp = pTemp->pNext;                          \
++
++#define ITERATE_END }}
++
++/*
++ * DL_ListInsertTail - insert pAdd to the end of the list
++*/
++static INLINE PDL_LIST DL_ListInsertTail(PDL_LIST pList, PDL_LIST pAdd) {
++        /* insert at tail */
++    pAdd->pPrev = pList->pPrev;
++    pAdd->pNext = pList;
++    pList->pPrev->pNext = pAdd;
++    pList->pPrev = pAdd;
++    return pAdd;
++}
++
++/*
++ * DL_ListInsertHead - insert pAdd into the head of the list
++*/
++static INLINE PDL_LIST DL_ListInsertHead(PDL_LIST pList, PDL_LIST pAdd) {
++        /* insert at head */
++    pAdd->pPrev = pList;
++    pAdd->pNext = pList->pNext;
++    pList->pNext->pPrev = pAdd;
++    pList->pNext = pAdd;
++    return pAdd;
++}
++
++#define DL_ListAdd(pList,pItem) DL_ListInsertHead((pList),(pItem))
++/*
++ * DL_ListRemove - remove pDel from list
++*/
++static INLINE PDL_LIST DL_ListRemove(PDL_LIST pDel) {
++    pDel->pNext->pPrev = pDel->pPrev;
++    pDel->pPrev->pNext = pDel->pNext;
++        /* point back to itself just to be safe, incase remove is called again */
++    pDel->pNext = pDel;
++    pDel->pPrev = pDel;
++    return pDel;
++}
++
++/*
++ * DL_ListRemoveItemFromHead - get a list item from the head
++*/
++static INLINE PDL_LIST DL_ListRemoveItemFromHead(PDL_LIST pList) {
++    PDL_LIST pItem = NULL;
++    if (pList->pNext != pList) {
++        pItem = pList->pNext;
++            /* remove the first item from head */
++        DL_ListRemove(pItem);
++    }
++    return pItem;
++}
++
++#endif /* __DL_LIST_H___ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dset_api.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dset_api.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,63 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/include/dset_api.h#1 $
++ *
++ * Host-side DataSet API.
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _DSET_API_H_
++#define _DSET_API_H_
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif /* __cplusplus */
++
++/*
++ * Host-side DataSet support is optional, and is not
++ * currently required for correct operation.  To disable
++ * Host-side DataSet support, set this to 0.
++ */
++#ifndef CONFIG_HOST_DSET_SUPPORT
++#define CONFIG_HOST_DSET_SUPPORT 1
++#endif
++
++/* Called to send a DataSet Open Reply back to the Target. */
++A_STATUS wmi_dset_open_reply(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                             A_UINT32 status,
++                             A_UINT32 access_cookie,
++                             A_UINT32 size,
++                             A_UINT32 version,
++                             A_UINT32 targ_handle,
++                             A_UINT32 targ_reply_fn,
++                             A_UINT32 targ_reply_arg);
++
++/* Called to send a DataSet Data Reply back to the Target. */
++A_STATUS wmi_dset_data_reply(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                             A_UINT32 status,
++                             A_UINT8 *host_buf,
++                             A_UINT32 length,
++                             A_UINT32 targ_buf,
++                             A_UINT32 targ_reply_fn,
++                             A_UINT32 targ_reply_arg);
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif /* __cplusplus */
++
++
++#endif /* _DSET_API_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dsetid.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dsetid.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,110 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef __DSETID_H__
++#define __DSETID_H__
++
++/* Well-known DataSet IDs */
++#define DSETID_UNUSED                     0x00000000
++#define DSETID_BOARD_DATA                 0x00000001 /* Cal and board data */
++#define DSETID_REGDB                      0x00000002 /* Regulatory Database */
++#define DSETID_POWER_CONTROL              0x00000003 /* TX Pwr Lim & Ant Gain */
++#define DSETID_USER_CONFIG                0x00000004 /* User Configuration */
++
++#define DSETID_ANALOG_CONTROL_DATA_START  0x00000005
++#define DSETID_ANALOG_CONTROL_DATA_END    0x00000025
++/*
++ * Get DSETID for various reference clock speeds.
++ * For each speed there are three DataSets that correspond
++ * to the three columns of bank6 data (addr, 11a, 11b/g).
++ * This macro returns the dsetid of the first of those
++ * three DataSets.
++ */
++#define ANALOG_CONTROL_DATA_DSETID(refclk) \
++        (DSETID_ANALOG_CONTROL_DATA_START + 3*refclk)
++
++/*
++ * There are TWO STARTUP_PATCH DataSets.
++ * DSETID_STARTUP_PATCH is historical, and was applied before BMI on
++ * earlier systems.  On AR6002, it is applied after BMI, just like
++ * DSETID_STARTUP_PATCH2.
++ */
++#define DSETID_STARTUP_PATCH              0x00000026
++#define DSETID_GPIO_CONFIG_PATCH          0x00000027
++#define DSETID_WLANREGS                   0x00000028 /* override wlan regs */
++#define DSETID_STARTUP_PATCH2             0x00000029
++
++#define DSETID_WOW_CONFIG                 0x00000090 /* WoW Configuration */
++
++/* Add WHAL_INI_DATA_ID to DSETID_INI_DATA for a specific WHAL INI table. */
++#define DSETID_INI_DATA                   0x00000100
++/* Reserved for WHAL INI Tables: 0x100..0x11f */
++#define DSETID_INI_DATA_END               0x0000011f
++
++#define DSETID_VENDOR_START               0x00010000 /* Vendor-defined DataSets */
++
++#define DSETID_INDEX_END                  0xfffffffe /* Reserved to indicate the
++                                                        end of a memory-based
++                                                        DataSet Index */
++#define DSETID_INDEX_FREE                 0xffffffff /* An unused index entry */
++
++/*
++ * PATCH DataSet format:
++ * A list of patches, terminated by a patch with
++ * address=PATCH_END.
++ *
++ * This allows for patches to be stored in flash.
++ */
++struct patch_s {
++    A_UINT32 *address;
++    A_UINT32  data;
++};
++
++/*
++ * Skip some patches.  Can be used to erase a single patch in a
++ * patch DataSet without having to re-write the DataSet.  May
++ * also be used to embed information for use by subsequent
++ * patch code.  The "data" in a PATCH_SKIP tells how many
++ * bytes of length "patch_s" to skip.
++ */
++#define PATCH_SKIP      ((A_UINT32 *)0x00000000)
++
++/*
++ * Execute code at the address specified by "data".
++ * The address of the patch structure is passed as
++ * the one parameter.
++ */
++#define PATCH_CODE_ABS  ((A_UINT32 *)0x00000001)
++
++/*
++ * Same as PATCH_CODE_ABS, but treat "data" as an
++ * offset from the start of the patch word.
++ */
++#define PATCH_CODE_REL  ((A_UINT32 *)0x00000002)
++
++/* Mark the end of this patch DataSet. */
++#define PATCH_END       ((A_UINT32 *)0xffffffff)
++
++/*
++ * A DataSet which contains a Binary Patch to some other DataSet
++ * uses the original dsetid with the DSETID_BPATCH_FLAG bit set.
++ * Such a BPatch DataSet consists of BPatch metadata followed by
++ * the bdiff bytes.  BPatch metadata consists of a single 32-bit
++ * word that contains the size of the BPatched final image.
++ *
++ * To create a suitable bdiff DataSet, use bdiff in host/tools/bdiff
++ * to create "diffs":
++ *  bdiff -q -O -nooldmd5 -nonewmd5 -d ORIGfile NEWfile diffs
++ * Then add BPatch metadata to the start of "diffs".
++ *
++ * NB: There are some implementation-induced restrictions
++ * on which DataSets can be BPatched.
++ */
++#define DSETID_BPATCH_FLAG                0x80000000
++
++#endif /* __DSETID_H__ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dset_internal.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/dset_internal.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,39 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef __DSET_INTERNAL_H__
++#define __DSET_INTERNAL_H__
++
++/*
++ * Internal dset definitions, common for DataSet layer.
++ */
++
++#define DSET_TYPE_STANDARD      0
++#define DSET_TYPE_BPATCHED      1
++#define DSET_TYPE_COMPRESSED    2
++
++/* Dataset descriptor */
++
++typedef struct dset_descriptor_s {
++  struct dset_descriptor_s  *next;         /* List link. NULL only at the last
++                                              descriptor */
++  A_UINT16                   id;           /* Dset ID */
++  A_UINT16                   size;         /* Dset size. */
++  void                      *DataPtr;      /* Pointer to raw data for standard
++                                              DataSet or pointer to original
++                                              dset_descriptor for patched
++                                              DataSet */
++  A_UINT32                   data_type;    /* DSET_TYPE_*, above */
++
++  void                      *AuxPtr;       /* Additional data that might
++                                              needed for data_type. For
++                                              example, pointer to patch
++                                              Dataset descriptor for BPatch. */
++} dset_descriptor_t;
++
++#endif /* __DSET_INTERNAL_H__ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/gpio_api.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/gpio_api.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,57 @@
++#ifndef _GPIO_API_H_
++#define _GPIO_API_H_
++/*
++ * Copyright 2005 Atheros Communications, Inc.,  All Rights Reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++/*
++ * Host-side General Purpose I/O API.
++ *
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/include/gpio_api.h#1 $
++ */
++
++/*
++ * Send a command to the Target in order to change output on GPIO pins.
++ */
++A_STATUS wmi_gpio_output_set(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                             A_UINT32 set_mask,
++                             A_UINT32 clear_mask,
++                             A_UINT32 enable_mask,
++                             A_UINT32 disable_mask);
++
++/*
++ * Send a command to the Target requesting input state of GPIO pins.
++ */
++A_STATUS wmi_gpio_input_get(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++
++/*
++ * Send a command to the Target to change the value of a GPIO register.
++ */
++A_STATUS wmi_gpio_register_set(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                               A_UINT32 gpioreg_id,
++                               A_UINT32 value);
++
++/*
++ * Send a command to the Target to fetch the value of a GPIO register.
++ */
++A_STATUS wmi_gpio_register_get(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT32 gpioreg_id);
++
++/*
++ * Send a command to the Target, acknowledging some GPIO interrupts.
++ */
++A_STATUS wmi_gpio_intr_ack(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT32 ack_mask);
++
++#endif /* _GPIO_API_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/gpio.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/gpio.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,34 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2005 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ */
++
++#if defined(AR6001)
++#define GPIO_PIN_COUNT 18
++#else
++#define GPIO_PIN_COUNT 18
++#endif
++
++/*
++ * Possible values for WMIX_GPIO_SET_REGISTER_CMDID.
++ * NB: These match hardware order, so that addresses can
++ * easily be computed.
++ */
++#define GPIO_ID_OUT             0x00000000
++#define GPIO_ID_OUT_W1TS        0x00000001
++#define GPIO_ID_OUT_W1TC        0x00000002
++#define GPIO_ID_ENABLE          0x00000003
++#define GPIO_ID_ENABLE_W1TS     0x00000004
++#define GPIO_ID_ENABLE_W1TC     0x00000005
++#define GPIO_ID_IN              0x00000006
++#define GPIO_ID_STATUS          0x00000007
++#define GPIO_ID_STATUS_W1TS     0x00000008
++#define GPIO_ID_STATUS_W1TC     0x00000009
++#define GPIO_ID_PIN0            0x0000000a
++#define GPIO_ID_PIN(n)          (GPIO_ID_PIN0+(n))
++
++#define GPIO_LAST_REGISTER_ID   GPIO_ID_PIN(17)
++#define GPIO_ID_NONE            0xffffffff
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/hif.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/hif.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,291 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ * HIF specific declarations and prototypes
++ */
++
++#ifndef _HIF_H_
++#define _HIF_H_
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif /* __cplusplus */
++
++/* Header files */
++#include "a_config.h"
++#include "athdefs.h"
++#include "a_types.h"
++#include "a_osapi.h"
++
++typedef struct htc_callbacks HTC_CALLBACKS;
++typedef struct hif_device HIF_DEVICE;
++
++/*
++ * direction - Direction of transfer (HIF_READ/HIF_WRITE).
++ */
++#define HIF_READ                    0x00000001
++#define HIF_WRITE                   0x00000002
++#define HIF_DIR_MASK                (HIF_READ | HIF_WRITE)
++
++/*
++ *     type - An interface may support different kind of read/write commands.
++ *            The command type is divided into a basic and an extended command
++ *            and can be specified using HIF_BASIC_IO/HIF_EXTENDED_IO.
++ */
++#define HIF_BASIC_IO                0x00000004
++#define HIF_EXTENDED_IO             0x00000008
++#define HIF_TYPE_MASK               (HIF_BASIC_IO | HIF_EXTENDED_IO)
++
++/*
++ *     emode - This indicates the whether the command is to be executed in a
++ *             blocking or non-blocking fashion (HIF_SYNCHRONOUS/
++ *             HIF_ASYNCHRONOUS). The read/write data paths in HTC have been
++ *             implemented using the asynchronous mode allowing the the bus
++ *             driver to indicate the completion of operation through the
++ *             registered callback routine. The requirement primarily comes
++ *             from the contexts these operations get called from (a driver's
++ *             transmit context or the ISR context in case of receive).
++ *             Support for both of these modes is essential.
++ */
++#define HIF_SYNCHRONOUS             0x00000010
++#define HIF_ASYNCHRONOUS            0x00000020
++#define HIF_EMODE_MASK              (HIF_SYNCHRONOUS | HIF_ASYNCHRONOUS)
++
++/*
++ *     dmode - An interface may support different kinds of commands based on
++ *             the tradeoff between the amount of data it can carry and the
++ *             setup time. Byte and Block modes are supported (HIF_BYTE_BASIS/
++ *             HIF_BLOCK_BASIS). In case of latter, the data is rounded off
++ *             to the nearest block size by padding. The size of the block is
++ *             configurable at compile time using the HIF_BLOCK_SIZE and is
++ *             negotiated with the target during initialization after the
++ *             dragon interrupts are enabled.
++ */
++#define HIF_BYTE_BASIS              0x00000040
++#define HIF_BLOCK_BASIS             0x00000080
++#define HIF_DMODE_MASK              (HIF_BYTE_BASIS | HIF_BLOCK_BASIS)
++
++/*
++ *     amode - This indicates if the address has to be incremented on dragon
++ *             after every read/write operation (HIF?FIXED_ADDRESS/
++ *             HIF_INCREMENTAL_ADDRESS).
++ */
++#define HIF_FIXED_ADDRESS           0x00000100
++#define HIF_INCREMENTAL_ADDRESS     0x00000200
++#define HIF_AMODE_MASK              (HIF_FIXED_ADDRESS | HIF_INCREMENTAL_ADDRESS)
++
++#define HIF_WR_ASYNC_BYTE_FIX   \
++    (HIF_WRITE | HIF_ASYNCHRONOUS | HIF_EXTENDED_IO | HIF_BYTE_BASIS | HIF_FIXED_ADDRESS)
++#define HIF_WR_ASYNC_BYTE_INC   \
++    (HIF_WRITE | HIF_ASYNCHRONOUS | HIF_EXTENDED_IO | HIF_BYTE_BASIS | HIF_INCREMENTAL_ADDRESS)
++#define HIF_WR_ASYNC_BLOCK_INC  \
++    (HIF_WRITE | HIF_ASYNCHRONOUS | HIF_EXTENDED_IO | HIF_BLOCK_BASIS | HIF_INCREMENTAL_ADDRESS)
++#define HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_FIX    \
++    (HIF_WRITE | HIF_SYNCHRONOUS | HIF_EXTENDED_IO | HIF_BYTE_BASIS | HIF_FIXED_ADDRESS)
++#define HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_INC    \
++    (HIF_WRITE | HIF_SYNCHRONOUS | HIF_EXTENDED_IO | HIF_BYTE_BASIS | HIF_INCREMENTAL_ADDRESS)
++#define HIF_WR_SYNC_BLOCK_INC  \
++    (HIF_WRITE | HIF_SYNCHRONOUS | HIF_EXTENDED_IO | HIF_BLOCK_BASIS | HIF_INCREMENTAL_ADDRESS)
++#define HIF_RD_SYNC_BYTE_INC    \
++    (HIF_READ | HIF_SYNCHRONOUS | HIF_EXTENDED_IO | HIF_BYTE_BASIS | HIF_INCREMENTAL_ADDRESS)
++#define HIF_RD_SYNC_BYTE_FIX    \
++    (HIF_READ | HIF_SYNCHRONOUS | HIF_EXTENDED_IO | HIF_BYTE_BASIS | HIF_FIXED_ADDRESS)
++#define HIF_RD_ASYNC_BYTE_FIX   \
++    (HIF_READ | HIF_ASYNCHRONOUS | HIF_EXTENDED_IO | HIF_BYTE_BASIS | HIF_FIXED_ADDRESS)
++#define HIF_RD_ASYNC_BLOCK_FIX  \
++    (HIF_READ | HIF_ASYNCHRONOUS | HIF_EXTENDED_IO | HIF_BLOCK_BASIS | HIF_FIXED_ADDRESS)
++#define HIF_RD_ASYNC_BYTE_INC   \
++    (HIF_READ | HIF_ASYNCHRONOUS | HIF_EXTENDED_IO | HIF_BYTE_BASIS | HIF_INCREMENTAL_ADDRESS)
++#define HIF_RD_ASYNC_BLOCK_INC  \
++    (HIF_READ | HIF_ASYNCHRONOUS | HIF_EXTENDED_IO | HIF_BLOCK_BASIS | HIF_INCREMENTAL_ADDRESS)
++#define HIF_RD_SYNC_BLOCK_INC  \
++    (HIF_READ | HIF_SYNCHRONOUS | HIF_EXTENDED_IO | HIF_BLOCK_BASIS | HIF_INCREMENTAL_ADDRESS)
++
++
++typedef enum {
++    HIF_DEVICE_POWER_STATE = 0,
++    HIF_DEVICE_GET_MBOX_BLOCK_SIZE,
++    HIF_DEVICE_GET_MBOX_ADDR,
++    HIF_DEVICE_GET_PENDING_EVENTS_FUNC,
++    HIF_DEVICE_GET_IRQ_PROC_MODE,
++    HIF_DEVICE_GET_RECV_EVENT_MASK_UNMASK_FUNC,
++} HIF_DEVICE_CONFIG_OPCODE;
++
++/*
++ * HIF CONFIGURE definitions:
++ *
++ *   HIF_DEVICE_GET_MBOX_BLOCK_SIZE
++ *   input : none
++ *   output : array of 4 A_UINT32s
++ *   notes: block size is returned for each mailbox (4)
++ *
++ *   HIF_DEVICE_GET_MBOX_ADDR
++ *   input : none
++ *   output : array of 4 A_UINT32
++ *   notes: address is returned for each mailbox (4) in the array
++ *
++ *   HIF_DEVICE_GET_PENDING_EVENTS_FUNC
++ *   input : none
++ *   output: HIF_PENDING_EVENTS_FUNC function pointer
++ *   notes: this is optional for the HIF layer, if the request is
++ *          not handled then it indicates that the upper layer can use
++ *          the standard device methods to get pending events (IRQs, mailbox messages etc..)
++ *          otherwise it can call the function pointer to check pending events.
++ *
++ *   HIF_DEVICE_GET_IRQ_PROC_MODE
++ *   input : none
++ *   output : HIF_DEVICE_IRQ_PROCESSING_MODE (interrupt processing mode)
++ *   note: the hif layer interfaces with the underlying OS-specific bus driver. The HIF
++ *         layer can report whether IRQ processing is requires synchronous behavior or
++ *         can be processed using asynchronous bus requests (typically faster).
++ *
++ *   HIF_DEVICE_GET_RECV_EVENT_MASK_UNMASK_FUNC
++ *   input :
++ *   output : HIF_MASK_UNMASK_RECV_EVENT function pointer
++ *   notes: this is optional for the HIF layer.  The HIF layer may require a special mechanism
++ *          to mask receive message events.  The upper layer can call this pointer when it needs
++ *          to mask/unmask receive events (in case it runs out of buffers).
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++typedef enum {
++    HIF_DEVICE_IRQ_SYNC_ONLY,   /* for HIF implementations that require the DSR to process all
++                                   interrupts before returning */
++    HIF_DEVICE_IRQ_ASYNC_SYNC,  /* for HIF implementations that allow DSR to process interrupts
++                                   using ASYNC I/O (that is HIFAckInterrupt can be called at a
++                                   later time */
++} HIF_DEVICE_IRQ_PROCESSING_MODE;
++
++#define HIF_MAX_DEVICES                 1
++
++struct htc_callbacks {
++    A_UCHAR *name;
++    A_UINT32 id;
++    A_STATUS (* deviceInsertedHandler)(void *hif_handle);
++    A_STATUS (* deviceRemovedHandler)(void *htc_handle, A_STATUS status);
++    A_STATUS (* deviceSuspendHandler)(void *htc_handle);
++    A_STATUS (* deviceResumeHandler)(void *htc_handle);
++    A_STATUS (* deviceWakeupHandler)(void *htc_handle);
++    A_STATUS (* rwCompletionHandler)(void *context, A_STATUS status);
++    A_STATUS (* dsrHandler)(void *htc_handle);
++};
++
++
++#define HIF_OTHER_EVENTS     (1 << 0)   /* other interrupts (non-Recv) are pending, host
++                                           needs to read the register table to figure out what */
++#define HIF_RECV_MSG_AVAIL   (1 << 1)   /* pending recv packet */
++
++typedef struct _HIF_PENDING_EVENTS_INFO {
++    A_UINT32 Events;
++    A_UINT32 LookAhead;
++} HIF_PENDING_EVENTS_INFO;
++
++    /* function to get pending events , some HIF modules use special mechanisms
++     * to detect packet available and other interrupts */
++typedef A_STATUS ( *HIF_PENDING_EVENTS_FUNC)(HIF_DEVICE              *device,
++                                             HIF_PENDING_EVENTS_INFO *pEvents,
++                                             void                    *AsyncContext);
++
++#define HIF_MASK_RECV    TRUE
++#define HIF_UNMASK_RECV  FALSE
++    /* function to mask recv events */
++typedef A_STATUS ( *HIF_MASK_UNMASK_RECV_EVENT)(HIF_DEVICE  *device,
++                                                A_BOOL      Mask,
++                                                void        *AsyncContext);
++
++
++/*
++ * This API is used by the HTC layer to initialize the HIF layer and to
++ * register different callback routines. Support for following events has
++ * been captured - DSR, Read/Write completion, Device insertion/removal,
++ * Device suspension/resumption/wakeup. In addition to this, the API is
++ * also used to register the name and the revision of the chip. The latter
++ * can be used to verify the revision of the chip read from the device
++ * before reporting it to HTC.
++ */
++int HIFInit(HTC_CALLBACKS *callbacks);
++
++/*
++ * This API is used to provide the read/write interface over the specific bus
++ * interface.
++ * address - Starting address in the dragon's address space. For mailbox
++ *           writes, it refers to the start of the mbox boundary. It should
++ *           be ensured that the last byte falls on the mailbox's EOM. For
++ *           mailbox reads, it refers to the end of the mbox boundary.
++ * buffer - Pointer to the buffer containg the data to be transmitted or
++ *          received.
++ * length - Amount of data to be transmitted or received.
++ * request - Characterizes the attributes of the command.
++ */
++A_STATUS
++HIFReadWrite(HIF_DEVICE    *device,
++             A_UINT32       address,
++             A_UCHAR       *buffer,
++             A_UINT32       length,
++             A_UINT32       request,
++             void          *context);
++
++/*
++ * This can be initiated from the unload driver context ie when the HTCShutdown
++ * routine is called.
++ */
++void HIFShutDownDevice(HIF_DEVICE *device);
++
++/*
++ * This should translate to an acknowledgment to the bus driver indicating that
++ * the previous interrupt request has been serviced and the all the relevant
++ * sources have been cleared. HTC is ready to process more interrupts.
++ * This should prevent the bus driver from raising an interrupt unless the
++ * previous one has been serviced and acknowledged using the previous API.
++ */
++void HIFAckInterrupt(HIF_DEVICE *device);
++
++void HIFMaskInterrupt(HIF_DEVICE *device);
++
++void HIFUnMaskInterrupt(HIF_DEVICE *device);
++
++/*
++ * This set of functions are to be used by the bus driver to notify
++ * the HIF module about various events.
++ * These are not implemented if the bus driver provides an alternative
++ * way for this notification though callbacks for instance.
++ */
++int HIFInsertEventNotify(void);
++
++int HIFRemoveEventNotify(void);
++
++int HIFIRQEventNotify(void);
++
++int HIFRWCompleteEventNotify(void);
++
++/*
++ * This function associates a opaque handle with the HIF layer
++ * to be used in communication with upper layer i.e. HTC.
++ * This would normaly be a pointer to htc_target data structure.
++ */
++void HIFSetHandle(void *hif_handle, void *handle);
++
++A_STATUS
++HIFConfigureDevice(HIF_DEVICE *device, HIF_DEVICE_CONFIG_OPCODE opcode,
++                   void *config, A_UINT32 configLen);
++
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _HIF_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/host_version.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/host_version.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,49 @@
++#ifndef _HOST_VERSION_H_
++#define _HOST_VERSION_H_
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2005 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * This file contains version information for the sample host driver for the
++ * AR6000 chip
++ *
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/include/host_version.h#2 $
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++#include <AR6K_version.h>
++
++/*
++ * The version number is made up of major, minor, patch and build
++ * numbers. These are 16 bit numbers.  The build and release script will
++ * set the build number using a Perforce counter.  Here the build number is
++ * set to 9999 so that builds done without the build-release script are easily
++ * identifiable.
++ */
++
++#define ATH_SW_VER_MAJOR      __VER_MAJOR_
++#define ATH_SW_VER_MINOR      __VER_MINOR_
++#define ATH_SW_VER_PATCH      __VER_PATCH_
++#define ATH_SW_VER_BUILD 9999
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _HOST_VERSION_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/htc_api.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/htc_api.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,436 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _HTC_API_H_
++#define _HTC_API_H_
++
++#include <htc.h>
++#include <htc_services.h>
++#include "htc_packet.h"
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif /* __cplusplus */
++
++/* TODO.. for BMI */
++#define ENDPOINT1 0
++// TODO -remove me, but we have to fix BMI first
++#define HTC_MAILBOX_NUM_MAX    4
++
++
++/* ------ Endpoint IDS ------ */
++typedef enum
++{
++    ENDPOINT_UNUSED = -1,
++    ENDPOINT_0 = 0,
++    ENDPOINT_1 = 1,
++    ENDPOINT_2 = 2,
++    ENDPOINT_3,
++    ENDPOINT_4,
++    ENDPOINT_5,
++    ENDPOINT_6,
++    ENDPOINT_7,
++    ENDPOINT_8,
++    ENDPOINT_MAX,
++} HTC_ENDPOINT_ID;
++
++/* this is the amount of header room required by users of HTC */
++#define HTC_HEADER_LEN         HTC_HDR_LENGTH
++
++typedef void *HTC_HANDLE;
++
++typedef A_UINT16 HTC_SERVICE_ID;
++
++typedef struct _HTC_INIT_INFO {
++    void   (*AddInstance)(HTC_HANDLE);
++    void   (*DeleteInstance)(void *Instance);
++    void   (*TargetFailure)(void *Instance, A_STATUS Status);
++} HTC_INIT_INFO;
++
++/* per service connection send completion */
++typedef void   (*HTC_EP_SEND_PKT_COMPLETE)(void *,HTC_PACKET *);
++/* per service connection pkt received */
++typedef void   (*HTC_EP_RECV_PKT)(void *,HTC_PACKET *);
++
++/* Optional per service connection receive buffer re-fill callback,
++ * On some OSes (like Linux) packets are allocated from a global pool and indicated up
++ * to the network stack.  The driver never gets the packets back from the OS.  For these OSes
++ * a refill callback can be used to allocate and re-queue buffers into HTC.
++ *
++ * On other OSes, the network stack can call into the driver's OS-specifc "return_packet" handler and
++ * the driver can re-queue these buffers into HTC. In this regard a refill callback is
++ * unnecessary */
++typedef void   (*HTC_EP_RECV_REFILL)(void *, HTC_ENDPOINT_ID Endpoint);
++
++/* Optional per service connection callback when a send queue is full. This can occur if the
++ * host continues queueing up TX packets faster than credits can arrive
++ * To prevent the host (on some Oses like Linux) from continuously queueing packets
++ * and consuming resources, this callback is provided so that that the host
++ * can disable TX in the subsystem (i.e. network stack)
++ * Other OSes require a "per-packet" indication_RAW_STREAM_NUM_MAX for each completed TX packet, this
++ * closed loop mechanism will prevent the network stack from overunning the NIC */
++typedef void (*HTC_EP_SEND_QUEUE_FULL)(void *, HTC_ENDPOINT_ID Endpoint);
++
++typedef struct _HTC_EP_CALLBACKS {
++    void                     *pContext;     /* context for each callback */
++    HTC_EP_SEND_PKT_COMPLETE EpTxComplete;  /* tx completion callback for connected endpoint */
++    HTC_EP_RECV_PKT          EpRecv;        /* receive callback for connected endpoint */
++    HTC_EP_RECV_REFILL       EpRecvRefill;  /* OPTIONAL receive re-fill callback for connected endpoint */
++    HTC_EP_SEND_QUEUE_FULL   EpSendFull;    /* OPTIONAL send full callback */
++} HTC_EP_CALLBACKS;
++
++/* service connection information */
++typedef struct _HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_REQ {
++    HTC_SERVICE_ID   ServiceID;                 /* service ID to connect to */
++    A_UINT16         ConnectionFlags;           /* connection flags, see htc protocol definition */
++    A_UINT8         *pMetaData;                 /* ptr to optional service-specific meta-data */
++    A_UINT8          MetaDataLength;            /* optional meta data length */
++    HTC_EP_CALLBACKS EpCallbacks;               /* endpoint callbacks */
++    int              MaxSendQueueDepth;         /* maximum depth of any send queue */
++} HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_REQ;
++
++/* service connection response information */
++typedef struct _HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_RESP {
++    A_UINT8     *pMetaData;             /* caller supplied buffer to optional meta-data */
++    A_UINT8     BufferLength;           /* length of caller supplied buffer */
++    A_UINT8     ActualLength;           /* actual length of meta data */
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_ID Endpoint;           /* endpoint to communicate over */
++    int         MaxMsgLength;           /* max length of all messages over this endpoint */
++    A_UINT8     ConnectRespCode;        /* connect response code from target */
++} HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_RESP;
++
++/* endpoint distribution structure */
++typedef struct _HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST {
++    struct _HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pNext;
++    struct _HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pPrev;
++    HTC_SERVICE_ID      ServiceID;          /* Service ID (set by HTC) */
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_ID     Endpoint;           /* endpoint for this distribution struct (set by HTC) */
++    A_UINT32            DistFlags;          /* distribution flags, distribution function can
++                                               set default activity using SET_EP_ACTIVE() macro */
++    int                 TxCreditsNorm;      /* credits for normal operation, anything above this
++                                               indicates the endpoint is over-subscribed, this field
++                                               is only relevant to the credit distribution function */
++    int                 TxCreditsMin;       /* floor for credit distribution, this field is
++                                               only relevant to the credit distribution function */
++    int                 TxCreditsAssigned;  /* number of credits assigned to this EP, this field
++                                               is only relevant to the credit dist function */
++    int                 TxCredits;          /* current credits available, this field is used by
++                                               HTC to determine whether a message can be sent or
++                                               must be queued */
++    int                 TxCreditsToDist;    /* pending credits to distribute on this endpoint, this
++                                               is set by HTC when credit reports arrive.
++                                               The credit distribution functions sets this to zero
++                                               when it distributes the credits */
++    int                 TxCreditsSeek;      /* this is the number of credits that the current pending TX
++                                               packet needs to transmit.  This is set by HTC when
++                                               and endpoint needs credits in order to transmit */
++    int                 TxCreditSize;       /* size in bytes of each credit (set by HTC) */
++    int                 TxCreditsPerMaxMsg; /* credits required for a maximum sized messages (set by HTC) */
++    void                *pHTCReserved;      /* reserved for HTC use */
++} HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST;
++
++#define HTC_EP_ACTIVE                            (1 << 31)
++
++/* macro to check if an endpoint has gone active, useful for credit
++ * distributions */
++#define IS_EP_ACTIVE(epDist)  ((epDist)->DistFlags & HTC_EP_ACTIVE)
++#define SET_EP_ACTIVE(epDist) (epDist)->DistFlags |= HTC_EP_ACTIVE
++
++    /* credit distibution code that is passed into the distrbution function,
++     * there are mandatory and optional codes that must be handled */
++typedef enum _HTC_CREDIT_DIST_REASON {
++    HTC_CREDIT_DIST_SEND_COMPLETE = 0,     /* credits available as a result of completed
++                                              send operations (MANDATORY) resulting in credit reports */
++    HTC_CREDIT_DIST_ACTIVITY_CHANGE = 1,   /* a change in endpoint activity occured (OPTIONAL) */
++    HTC_CREDIT_DIST_SEEK_CREDITS,          /* an endpoint needs to "seek" credits (OPTIONAL) */
++    HTC_DUMP_CREDIT_STATE                  /* for debugging, dump any state information that is kept by
++                                              the distribution function */
++} HTC_CREDIT_DIST_REASON;
++
++typedef void (*HTC_CREDIT_DIST_CALLBACK)(void                     *Context,
++                                         HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEPList,
++                                         HTC_CREDIT_DIST_REASON   Reason);
++
++typedef void (*HTC_CREDIT_INIT_CALLBACK)(void *Context,
++                                         HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEPList,
++                                         int                      TotalCredits);
++
++    /* endpoint statistics action */
++typedef enum _HTC_ENDPOINT_STAT_ACTION {
++    HTC_EP_STAT_SAMPLE = 0,                /* only read statistics */
++    HTC_EP_STAT_SAMPLE_AND_CLEAR = 1,      /* sample and immediately clear statistics */
++    HTC_EP_STAT_CLEAR                      /* clear only */
++} HTC_ENDPOINT_STAT_ACTION;
++
++    /* endpoint statistics */
++typedef struct _HTC_ENDPOINT_STATS {
++    A_UINT32  TxCreditLowIndications;  /* number of times the host set the credit-low flag in a send message on
++                                        this endpoint */
++    A_UINT32  TxIssued;               /* running count of TX packets issued */
++    A_UINT32  TxCreditRpts;           /* running count of total credit reports received for this endpoint */
++    A_UINT32  TxCreditRptsFromRx;
++    A_UINT32  TxCreditRptsFromOther;
++    A_UINT32  TxCreditRptsFromEp0;
++    A_UINT32  TxCreditsFromRx;        /* count of credits received via Rx packets on this endpoint */
++    A_UINT32  TxCreditsFromOther;     /* count of credits received via another endpoint */
++    A_UINT32  TxCreditsFromEp0;       /* count of credits received via another endpoint */
++    A_UINT32  TxCreditsConsummed;     /* count of consummed credits */
++    A_UINT32  TxCreditsReturned;      /* count of credits returned */
++    A_UINT32  RxReceived;             /* count of RX packets received */
++    A_UINT32  RxLookAheads;           /* count of lookahead records
++                                         found in messages received on this endpoint */
++} HTC_ENDPOINT_STATS;
++
++/* ------ Function Prototypes ------ */
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Initialize HTC
++  @function name: HTCInit
++  @input:  pInfo - initialization information
++  @output:
++  @return: A_OK on success
++  @notes: The caller initializes global HTC state and registers various instance
++          notification callbacks (see HTC_INIT_INFO).
++
++  @example:
++  @see also: HTCShutdown
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++A_STATUS    HTCInit(HTC_INIT_INFO *pInfo);
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Get the underlying HIF device handle
++  @function name: HTCGetHifDevice
++  @input:  HTCHandle - handle passed into the AddInstance callback
++  @output:
++  @return: opaque HIF device handle usable in HIF API calls.
++  @notes:
++  @example:
++  @see also:
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++void       *HTCGetHifDevice(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle);
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Set the associated instance for the HTC handle
++  @function name: HTCSetInstance
++  @input:  HTCHandle - handle passed into the AddInstance callback
++           Instance - caller supplied instance object
++  @output:
++  @return:
++  @notes:  Caller must set the instance information for the HTC handle in order to receive
++           notifications for instance deletion (DeleteInstance callback is called) and for target
++           failure notification.
++  @example:
++  @see also:
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++void        HTCSetInstance(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle, void *Instance);
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Set credit distribution parameters
++  @function name: HTCSetCreditDistribution
++  @input:  HTCHandle - HTC handle
++           pCreditDistCont - caller supplied context to pass into distribution functions
++           CreditDistFunc - Distribution function callback
++           CreditDistInit - Credit Distribution initialization callback
++           ServicePriorityOrder - Array containing list of service IDs, lowest index is highest
++                                  priority
++           ListLength - number of elements in ServicePriorityOrder
++  @output:
++  @return:
++  @notes:  The user can set a custom credit distribution function to handle special requirements
++           for each endpoint.  A default credit distribution routine can be used by setting
++           CreditInitFunc to NULL.  The default credit distribution is only provided for simple
++           "fair" credit distribution without regard to any prioritization.
++
++  @example:
++  @see also:
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++void        HTCSetCreditDistribution(HTC_HANDLE               HTCHandle,
++                                     void                     *pCreditDistContext,
++                                     HTC_CREDIT_DIST_CALLBACK CreditDistFunc,
++                                     HTC_CREDIT_INIT_CALLBACK CreditInitFunc,
++                                     HTC_SERVICE_ID           ServicePriorityOrder[],
++                                     int                      ListLength);
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Wait for the target to indicate the HTC layer is ready
++  @function name: HTCWaitTarget
++  @input:  HTCHandle - HTC handle
++  @output:
++  @return:
++  @notes:  This API blocks until the target responds with an HTC ready message.
++           The caller should not connect services until the target has indicated it is
++           ready.
++  @example:
++  @see also: HTCConnectService
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++A_STATUS    HTCWaitTarget(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle);
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Start target service communications
++  @function name: HTCStart
++  @input:  HTCHandle - HTC handle
++  @output:
++  @return:
++  @notes: This API indicates to the target that the service connection phase is complete
++          and the target can freely start all connected services.  This API should only be
++          called AFTER all service connections have been made.  TCStart will issue a
++          SETUP_COMPLETE message to the target to indicate that all service connections
++          have been made and the target can start communicating over the endpoints.
++  @example:
++  @see also: HTCConnectService
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++A_STATUS    HTCStart(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle);
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Add receive packet to HTC
++  @function name: HTCAddReceivePkt
++  @input:  HTCHandle - HTC handle
++           pPacket - HTC receive packet to add
++  @output:
++  @return: A_OK on success
++  @notes:  user must supply HTC packets for capturing incomming HTC frames.  The caller
++           must initialize each HTC packet using the SET_HTC_PACKET_INFO_RX_REFILL()
++           macro.
++  @example:
++  @see also:
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++A_STATUS    HTCAddReceivePkt(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle, HTC_PACKET *pPacket);
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Connect to an HTC service
++  @function name: HTCConnectService
++  @input:  HTCHandle - HTC handle
++           pReq - connection details
++  @output: pResp - connection response
++  @return:
++  @notes:  Service connections must be performed before HTCStart.  User provides callback handlers
++           for various endpoint events.
++  @example:
++  @see also: HTCStart
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++A_STATUS    HTCConnectService(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle,
++                              HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_REQ  *pReq,
++                              HTC_SERVICE_CONNECT_RESP *pResp);
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Send an HTC packet
++  @function name: HTCSendPkt
++  @input:  HTCHandle - HTC handle
++           pPacket - packet to send
++  @output:
++  @return: A_OK
++  @notes:  Caller must initialize packet using SET_HTC_PACKET_INFO_TX() macro.
++           This interface is fully asynchronous.  On error, HTC SendPkt will
++           call the registered Endpoint callback to cleanup the packet.
++  @example:
++  @see also: HTCFlushEndpoint
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++A_STATUS    HTCSendPkt(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle, HTC_PACKET *pPacket);
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Stop HTC service communications
++  @function name: HTCStop
++  @input:  HTCHandle - HTC handle
++  @output:
++  @return:
++  @notes: HTC communications is halted.  All receive and pending TX packets will
++          be flushed.
++  @example:
++  @see also:
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++void        HTCStop(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle);
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Shutdown HTC
++  @function name: HTCShutdown
++  @input:
++  @output:
++  @return:
++  @notes:  This cleans up all resources allocated by HTCInit().
++  @example:
++  @see also: HTCInit
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++void        HTCShutDown(void);
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Flush pending TX packets
++  @function name: HTCFlushEndpoint
++  @input:  HTCHandle - HTC handle
++           Endpoint - Endpoint to flush
++           Tag - flush tag
++  @output:
++  @return:
++  @notes:  The Tag parameter is used to selectively flush packets with matching tags.
++           The value of 0 forces all packets to be flush regardless of tag.
++  @example:
++  @see also: HTCSendPkt
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++void        HTCFlushEndpoint(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle, HTC_ENDPOINT_ID Endpoint, HTC_TX_TAG Tag);
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Dump credit distribution state
++  @function name: HTCDumpCreditStates
++  @input:  HTCHandle - HTC handle
++  @output:
++  @return:
++  @notes:  This dumps all credit distribution information to the debugger
++  @example:
++  @see also:
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++void        HTCDumpCreditStates(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle);
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Indicate a traffic activity change on an endpoint
++  @function name: HTCIndicateActivityChange
++  @input:  HTCHandle - HTC handle
++           Endpoint - endpoint in which activity has changed
++           Active - TRUE if active, FALSE if it has become inactive
++  @output:
++  @return:
++  @notes:  This triggers the registered credit distribution function to
++           re-adjust credits for active/inactive endpoints.
++  @example:
++  @see also:
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++void        HTCIndicateActivityChange(HTC_HANDLE      HTCHandle,
++                                      HTC_ENDPOINT_ID Endpoint,
++                                      A_BOOL          Active);
++
++/*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++  @desc: Get endpoint statistics
++  @function name: HTCGetEndpointStatistics
++  @input:  HTCHandle - HTC handle
++           Endpoint - Endpoint identifier
++           Action - action to take with statistics
++  @output:
++           pStats - statistics that were sampled (can be NULL if Action is HTC_EP_STAT_CLEAR)
++
++  @return: TRUE if statistics profiling is enabled, otherwise FALSE.
++
++  @notes:  Statistics is a compile-time option and this function may return FALSE
++           if HTC is not compiled with profiling.
++
++           The caller can specify the statistic "action" to take when sampling
++           the statistics.  This includes:
++
++           HTC_EP_STAT_SAMPLE: The pStats structure is filled with the current values.
++           HTC_EP_STAT_SAMPLE_AND_CLEAR: The structure is filled and the current statistics
++                             are cleared.
++           HTC_EP_STAT_CLEA : the statistics are cleared, the called can pass a NULL value for
++                   pStats
++
++  @example:
++  @see also:
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*/
++A_BOOL       HTCGetEndpointStatistics(HTC_HANDLE               HTCHandle,
++                                      HTC_ENDPOINT_ID          Endpoint,
++                                      HTC_ENDPOINT_STAT_ACTION Action,
++                                      HTC_ENDPOINT_STATS       *pStats);
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _HTC_API_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/htc.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/htc.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,190 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ */
++
++
++#ifndef __HTC_H__
++#define __HTC_H__
++
++#ifndef ATH_TARGET
++#include "athstartpack.h"
++#endif
++
++#define A_OFFSETOF(type,field) (int)(&(((type *)NULL)->field))
++
++#define ASSEMBLE_UNALIGNED_UINT16(p,highbyte,lowbyte) \
++        (((A_UINT16)(((A_UINT8 *)(p))[(highbyte)])) << 8 | (A_UINT16)(((A_UINT8 *)(p))[(lowbyte)]))
++
++/* alignment independent macros (little-endian) to fetch UINT16s or UINT8s from a
++ * structure using only the type and field name.
++ * Use these macros if there is the potential for unaligned buffer accesses. */
++#define A_GET_UINT16_FIELD(p,type,field) \
++    ASSEMBLE_UNALIGNED_UINT16(p,\
++                              A_OFFSETOF(type,field) + 1, \
++                              A_OFFSETOF(type,field))
++
++#define A_SET_UINT16_FIELD(p,type,field,value) \
++{                                              \
++    ((A_UINT8 *)(p))[A_OFFSETOF(type,field)] = (A_UINT8)(value);        \
++    ((A_UINT8 *)(p))[A_OFFSETOF(type,field) + 1] = (A_UINT8)((value) >> 8); \
++}
++
++#define A_GET_UINT8_FIELD(p,type,field) \
++            ((A_UINT8 *)(p))[A_OFFSETOF(type,field)]
++
++#define A_SET_UINT8_FIELD(p,type,field,value) \
++    ((A_UINT8 *)(p))[A_OFFSETOF(type,field)] = (value)
++
++/****** DANGER DANGER ***************
++ *
++ *   The frame header length and message formats defined herein were
++ *   selected to accommodate optimal alignment for target processing.  This reduces code
++ *   size and improves performance.
++ *
++ *   Any changes to the header length may alter the alignment and cause exceptions
++ *   on the target. When adding to the message structures insure that fields are
++ *   properly aligned.
++ *
++ */
++
++/* HTC frame header */
++typedef PREPACK struct _HTC_FRAME_HDR{
++        /* do not remove or re-arrange these fields, these are minimally required
++         * to take advantage of 4-byte lookaheads in some hardware implementations */
++    A_UINT8   EndpointID;
++    A_UINT8   Flags;
++    A_UINT16  PayloadLen;       /* length of data (including trailer) that follows the header */
++
++    /***** end of 4-byte lookahead ****/
++
++    A_UINT8   ControlBytes[2];
++
++    /* message payload starts after the header */
++
++} POSTPACK HTC_FRAME_HDR;
++
++/* frame header flags */
++#define HTC_FLAGS_NEED_CREDIT_UPDATE (1 << 0)
++#define HTC_FLAGS_RECV_TRAILER       (1 << 1)
++
++
++#define HTC_HDR_LENGTH  (sizeof(HTC_FRAME_HDR))
++#define HTC_MAX_TRAILER_LENGTH   255
++#define HTC_MAX_PAYLOAD_LENGTH   (2048 - sizeof(HTC_FRAME_HDR))
++
++/* HTC control message IDs */
++typedef enum {
++    HTC_MSG_READY_ID = 1,
++    HTC_MSG_CONNECT_SERVICE_ID = 2,
++    HTC_MSG_CONNECT_SERVICE_RESPONSE_ID = 3,
++    HTC_MSG_SETUP_COMPLETE_ID = 4,
++} HTC_MSG_IDS;
++
++#define HTC_MAX_CONTROL_MESSAGE_LENGTH  256
++
++/* base message ID header */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16 MessageID;
++} POSTPACK HTC_UNKNOWN_MSG;
++
++/* HTC ready message
++ * direction : target-to-host  */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16  MessageID;    /* ID */
++    A_UINT16  CreditCount;  /* number of credits the target can offer */
++    A_UINT16  CreditSize;   /* size of each credit */
++    A_UINT8   MaxEndpoints; /* maximum number of endpoints the target has resources for */
++    A_UINT8   _Pad1;
++} POSTPACK HTC_READY_MSG;
++
++#define HTC_SERVICE_META_DATA_MAX_LENGTH 128
++
++/* connect service
++ * direction : host-to-target */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16  MessageID;
++    A_UINT16  ServiceID;           /* service ID of the service to connect to */
++    A_UINT16  ConnectionFlags;     /* connection flags */
++
++#define HTC_CONNECT_FLAGS_REDUCE_CREDIT_DRIBBLE (1 << 2)  /* reduce credit dribbling when
++                                                             the host needs credits */
++#define HTC_CONNECT_FLAGS_THRESHOLD_LEVEL_MASK             (0x3)
++#define HTC_CONNECT_FLAGS_THRESHOLD_LEVEL_ONE_FOURTH        0x0
++#define HTC_CONNECT_FLAGS_THRESHOLD_LEVEL_ONE_HALF          0x1
++#define HTC_CONNECT_FLAGS_THRESHOLD_LEVEL_THREE_FOURTHS     0x2
++#define HTC_CONNECT_FLAGS_THRESHOLD_LEVEL_UNITY             0x3
++
++    A_UINT8   ServiceMetaLength;   /* length of meta data that follows */
++    A_UINT8   _Pad1;
++
++    /* service-specific meta data starts after the header */
++
++} POSTPACK HTC_CONNECT_SERVICE_MSG;
++
++/* connect response
++ * direction : target-to-host */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16  MessageID;
++    A_UINT16  ServiceID;            /* service ID that the connection request was made */
++    A_UINT8   Status;               /* service connection status */
++    A_UINT8   EndpointID;           /* assigned endpoint ID */
++    A_UINT16  MaxMsgSize;           /* maximum expected message size on this endpoint */
++    A_UINT8   ServiceMetaLength;    /* length of meta data that follows */
++    A_UINT8   _Pad1;
++
++    /* service-specific meta data starts after the header */
++
++} POSTPACK HTC_CONNECT_SERVICE_RESPONSE_MSG;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16  MessageID;
++    /* currently, no other fields */
++} POSTPACK HTC_SETUP_COMPLETE_MSG;
++
++
++/* connect response status codes */
++#define HTC_SERVICE_SUCCESS      0  /* success */
++#define HTC_SERVICE_NOT_FOUND    1  /* service could not be found */
++#define HTC_SERVICE_FAILED       2  /* specific service failed the connect */
++#define HTC_SERVICE_NO_RESOURCES 3  /* no resources (i.e. no more endpoints) */
++#define HTC_SERVICE_NO_MORE_EP   4  /* specific service is not allowing any more
++                                       endpoints */
++
++/* report record IDs */
++typedef enum {
++    HTC_RECORD_NULL  = 0,
++    HTC_RECORD_CREDITS   = 1,
++    HTC_RECORD_LOOKAHEAD = 2,
++} HTC_RPT_IDS;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 RecordID;     /* Record ID */
++    A_UINT8 Length;       /* Length of record */
++} POSTPACK HTC_RECORD_HDR;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 EndpointID;     /* Endpoint that owns these credits */
++    A_UINT8 Credits;        /* credits to report since last report */
++} POSTPACK HTC_CREDIT_REPORT;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 PreValid;         /* pre valid guard */
++    A_UINT8 LookAhead[4];     /* 4 byte lookahead */
++    A_UINT8 PostValid;        /* post valid guard */
++
++   /* NOTE: the LookAhead array is guarded by a PreValid and Post Valid guard bytes.
++    * The PreValid bytes must equal the inverse of the PostValid byte */
++
++} POSTPACK HTC_LOOKAHEAD_REPORT;
++
++#ifndef ATH_TARGET
++#include "athendpack.h"
++#endif
++
++
++#endif /* __HTC_H__ */
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/htc_packet.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/htc_packet.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,138 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef HTC_PACKET_H_
++#define HTC_PACKET_H_
++
++
++#include "dl_list.h"
++
++struct _HTC_PACKET;
++
++typedef void (* HTC_PACKET_COMPLETION)(void *,struct _HTC_PACKET *);
++
++typedef A_UINT16 HTC_TX_TAG;
++
++typedef struct _HTC_TX_PACKET_INFO {
++    HTC_TX_TAG    Tag;            /* tag used to selective flush packets */
++} HTC_TX_PACKET_INFO;
++
++#define HTC_TX_PACKET_TAG_ALL          0    /* a tag of zero is reserved and used to flush ALL packets */
++#define HTC_TX_PACKET_TAG_INTERNAL     1                                /* internal tags start here */
++#define HTC_TX_PACKET_TAG_USER_DEFINED (HTC_TX_PACKET_TAG_INTERNAL + 9) /* user-defined tags start here */
++
++typedef struct _HTC_RX_PACKET_INFO {
++    A_UINT32    Unused;          /* for future use and to make compilers happy */
++} HTC_RX_PACKET_INFO;
++
++/* wrapper around endpoint-specific packets */
++typedef struct _HTC_PACKET {
++    DL_LIST         ListLink;       /* double link */
++    void            *pPktContext;   /* caller's per packet specific context */
++
++    A_UINT8         *pBufferStart;  /* the true buffer start , the caller can
++                                       store the real buffer start here.  In
++                                       receive callbacks, the HTC layer sets pBuffer
++                                       to the start of the payload past the header. This
++                                       field allows the caller to reset pBuffer when it
++                                       recycles receive packets back to HTC */
++    /*
++     * Pointer to the start of the buffer. In the transmit
++     * direction this points to the start of the payload. In the
++     * receive direction, however, the buffer when queued up
++     * points to the start of the HTC header but when returned
++     * to the caller points to the start of the payload
++     */
++    A_UINT8         *pBuffer;       /* payload start (RX/TX) */
++    A_UINT32        BufferLength;   /* length of buffer */
++    A_UINT32        ActualLength;   /* actual length of payload */
++    int             Endpoint;       /* endpoint that this packet was sent/recv'd from */
++    A_STATUS        Status;         /* completion status */
++    union {
++        HTC_TX_PACKET_INFO  AsTx;   /* Tx Packet specific info */
++        HTC_RX_PACKET_INFO  AsRx;   /* Rx Packet specific info */
++    } PktInfo;
++
++    /* the following fields are for internal HTC use */
++    HTC_PACKET_COMPLETION Completion;   /* completion */
++    void                  *pContext;    /* HTC private completion context */
++    A_UINT32              HTCReserved;  /* reserved */
++} HTC_PACKET;
++
++
++
++#define COMPLETE_HTC_PACKET(p,status)        \
++{                                            \
++    (p)->Status = (status);                  \
++    (p)->Completion((p)->pContext,(p));      \
++}
++
++#define INIT_HTC_PACKET_INFO(p,b,len)             \
++{                                                 \
++    (p)->pBufferStart = (b);                      \
++    (p)->BufferLength = (len);                    \
++}
++
++/* macro to set an initial RX packet for refilling HTC */
++#define SET_HTC_PACKET_INFO_RX_REFILL(p,c,b,len,ep) \
++{                                                 \
++    (p)->pPktContext = (c);                       \
++    (p)->pBuffer = (b);                           \
++    (p)->pBufferStart = (b);                      \
++    (p)->BufferLength = (len);                    \
++    (p)->Endpoint = (ep);                         \
++}
++
++/* fast macro to recycle an RX packet that will be re-queued to HTC */
++#define HTC_PACKET_RESET_RX(p)              \
++    (p)->pBuffer = (p)->pBufferStart
++
++/* macro to set packet parameters for TX */
++#define SET_HTC_PACKET_INFO_TX(p,c,b,len,ep,tag)  \
++{                                                 \
++    (p)->pPktContext = (c);                       \
++    (p)->pBuffer = (b);                           \
++    (p)->ActualLength = (len);                    \
++    (p)->Endpoint = (ep);                         \
++    (p)->PktInfo.AsTx.Tag = (tag);                \
++}
++
++/* HTC Packet Queueing Macros */
++typedef DL_LIST HTC_PACKET_QUEUE;
++/* initialize queue */
++#define INIT_HTC_PACKET_QUEUE(pQ) DL_LIST_INIT((pQ))
++/* enqueue HTC packet to the tail of the queue */
++#define HTC_PACKET_ENQUEUE(pQ,p)  DL_ListInsertTail((pQ),&(p)->ListLink)
++/* test if a queue is empty */
++#define HTC_QUEUE_EMPTY(pQ)       DL_LIST_IS_EMPTY((pQ))
++/* get packet at head without removing it */
++#define HTC_GET_PKT_AT_HEAD(pQ)   A_CONTAINING_STRUCT((DL_LIST_GET_ITEM_AT_HEAD(pQ)),HTC_PACKET,ListLink);
++/* remove a packet from the current list it is linked to */
++#define HTC_PACKET_REMOVE(p)      DL_ListRemove(&(p)->ListLink)
++
++/* dequeue an HTC packet from the head of the queue */
++static INLINE HTC_PACKET *HTC_PACKET_DEQUEUE(HTC_PACKET_QUEUE *queue) {
++    DL_LIST    *pItem = DL_ListRemoveItemFromHead(queue);
++    if (pItem != NULL) {
++        return A_CONTAINING_STRUCT(pItem, HTC_PACKET, ListLink);
++    }
++    return NULL;
++}
++
++#endif /*HTC_PACKET_H_*/
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/htc_services.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/htc_services.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,37 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef __HTC_SERVICES_H__
++#define __HTC_SERVICES_H__
++
++/* Current service IDs */
++
++typedef enum {
++    RSVD_SERVICE_GROUP  = 0,
++    WMI_SERVICE_GROUP   = 1,
++
++    HTC_TEST_GROUP = 254,
++    HTC_SERVICE_GROUP_LAST = 255
++}HTC_SERVICE_GROUP_IDS;
++
++#define MAKE_SERVICE_ID(group,index) \
++            (int)(((int)group << 8) | (int)(index))
++
++/* NOTE: service ID of 0x0000 is reserved and should never be used */
++#define HTC_CTRL_RSVD_SVC MAKE_SERVICE_ID(RSVD_SERVICE_GROUP,1)
++#define WMI_CONTROL_SVC   MAKE_SERVICE_ID(WMI_SERVICE_GROUP,0)
++#define WMI_DATA_BE_SVC   MAKE_SERVICE_ID(WMI_SERVICE_GROUP,1)
++#define WMI_DATA_BK_SVC   MAKE_SERVICE_ID(WMI_SERVICE_GROUP,2)
++#define WMI_DATA_VI_SVC   MAKE_SERVICE_ID(WMI_SERVICE_GROUP,3)
++#define WMI_DATA_VO_SVC   MAKE_SERVICE_ID(WMI_SERVICE_GROUP,4)
++#define WMI_MAX_SERVICES  5
++
++/* raw stream service (i.e. flash, tcmd, calibration apps) */
++#define HTC_RAW_STREAMS_SVC MAKE_SERVICE_ID(HTC_TEST_GROUP,0)
++
++#endif /*HTC_SERVICES_H_*/
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ieee80211.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ieee80211.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,342 @@
++/*-
++ * Copyright (c) 2001 Atsushi Onoe
++ * Copyright (c) 2002-2004 Sam Leffler, Errno Consulting
++ * Copyright (c) 2006 Atheros Communications, Inc.
++ *
++ * Wireless Network driver for Atheros AR6001
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR
++ * IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
++ * OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
++ * IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
++ * INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
++ * NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
++ * DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
++ * THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
++ * (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
++ * THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
++ *
++ */
++#ifndef _NET80211_IEEE80211_H_
++#define _NET80211_IEEE80211_H_
++
++#include "athstartpack.h"
++
++/*
++ * 802.11 protocol definitions.
++ */
++
++#define IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN  6       /* size of 802.11 address */
++/* is 802.11 address multicast/broadcast? */
++#define IEEE80211_IS_MULTICAST(_a)  (*(_a) & 0x01)
++#define IEEE80211_ADDR_EQ(addr1, addr2)     \
++    (A_MEMCMP(addr1, addr2, IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN) == 0)
++
++#define IEEE80211_KEYBUF_SIZE 16
++#define IEEE80211_MICBUF_SIZE (8+8)  /* space for both tx and rx */
++
++/*
++ * NB: these values are ordered carefully; there are lots of
++ * of implications in any reordering.  In particular beware
++ * that 4 is not used to avoid conflicting with IEEE80211_F_PRIVACY.
++ */
++#define IEEE80211_CIPHER_WEP            0
++#define IEEE80211_CIPHER_TKIP           1
++#define IEEE80211_CIPHER_AES_OCB        2
++#define IEEE80211_CIPHER_AES_CCM        3
++#define IEEE80211_CIPHER_CKIP           5
++#define IEEE80211_CIPHER_CCKM_KRK       6
++#define IEEE80211_CIPHER_NONE           7       /* pseudo value */
++
++#define IEEE80211_CIPHER_MAX            (IEEE80211_CIPHER_NONE+1)
++
++#define IEEE80211_IS_VALID_WEP_CIPHER_LEN(len) \
++        (((len) == 5) || ((len) == 13) || ((len) == 16))
++
++
++
++/*
++ * generic definitions for IEEE 802.11 frames
++ */
++PREPACK struct ieee80211_frame {
++    A_UINT8    i_fc[2];
++    A_UINT8    i_dur[2];
++    A_UINT8    i_addr1[IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN];
++    A_UINT8    i_addr2[IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN];
++    A_UINT8    i_addr3[IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN];
++    A_UINT8    i_seq[2];
++    /* possibly followed by addr4[IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN]; */
++    /* see below */
++} POSTPACK;
++
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_VERSION_MASK          0x03
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_VERSION_SHIFT         0
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_VERSION_0             0x00
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_TYPE_MASK             0x0c
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_TYPE_SHIFT            2
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_TYPE_MGT              0x00
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_TYPE_CTL              0x04
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_TYPE_DATA             0x08
++
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_MASK          0xf0
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_SHIFT         4
++/* for TYPE_MGT */
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_ASSOC_REQ     0x00
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_ASSOC_RESP    0x10
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_REASSOC_REQ   0x20
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_REASSOC_RESP  0x30
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_PROBE_REQ     0x40
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_PROBE_RESP    0x50
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_BEACON        0x80
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_ATIM          0x90
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_DISASSOC      0xa0
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_AUTH          0xb0
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_DEAUTH        0xc0
++/* for TYPE_CTL */
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_PS_POLL       0xa0
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_RTS           0xb0
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_CTS           0xc0
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_ACK           0xd0
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_CF_END        0xe0
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_CF_END_ACK    0xf0
++/* for TYPE_DATA (bit combination) */
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_DATA          0x00
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_CF_ACK        0x10
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_CF_POLL       0x20
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_CF_ACPL       0x30
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_NODATA        0x40
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_CFACK         0x50
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_CFPOLL        0x60
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_CF_ACK_CF_ACK 0x70
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_QOS           0x80
++#define IEEE80211_FC0_SUBTYPE_QOS_NULL      0xc0
++
++#define IEEE80211_FC1_DIR_MASK              0x03
++#define IEEE80211_FC1_DIR_NODS              0x00    /* STA->STA */
++#define IEEE80211_FC1_DIR_TODS              0x01    /* STA->AP  */
++#define IEEE80211_FC1_DIR_FROMDS            0x02    /* AP ->STA */
++#define IEEE80211_FC1_DIR_DSTODS            0x03    /* AP ->AP  */
++
++#define IEEE80211_FC1_MORE_FRAG             0x04
++#define IEEE80211_FC1_RETRY                 0x08
++#define IEEE80211_FC1_PWR_MGT               0x10
++#define IEEE80211_FC1_MORE_DATA             0x20
++#define IEEE80211_FC1_WEP                   0x40
++#define IEEE80211_FC1_ORDER                 0x80
++
++#define IEEE80211_SEQ_FRAG_MASK             0x000f
++#define IEEE80211_SEQ_FRAG_SHIFT            0
++#define IEEE80211_SEQ_SEQ_MASK              0xfff0
++#define IEEE80211_SEQ_SEQ_SHIFT             4
++
++#define IEEE80211_NWID_LEN                  32
++
++/*
++ * 802.11 rate set.
++ */
++#define IEEE80211_RATE_SIZE     8       /* 802.11 standard */
++#define IEEE80211_RATE_MAXSIZE  15      /* max rates we'll handle */
++
++#define WMM_NUM_AC                  4   /* 4 AC categories */
++
++#define WMM_PARAM_ACI_M         0x60    /* Mask for ACI field */
++#define WMM_PARAM_ACI_S         5   /* Shift for ACI field */
++#define WMM_PARAM_ACM_M         0x10    /* Mask for ACM bit */
++#define WMM_PARAM_ACM_S         4       /* Shift for ACM bit */
++#define WMM_PARAM_AIFSN_M       0x0f    /* Mask for aifsn field */
++#define WMM_PARAM_LOGCWMIN_M    0x0f    /* Mask for CwMin field (in log) */
++#define WMM_PARAM_LOGCWMAX_M    0xf0    /* Mask for CwMax field (in log) */
++#define WMM_PARAM_LOGCWMAX_S    4   /* Shift for CwMax field */
++
++#define WMM_AC_TO_TID(_ac) (       \
++    ((_ac) == WMM_AC_VO) ? 6 : \
++    ((_ac) == WMM_AC_VI) ? 5 : \
++    ((_ac) == WMM_AC_BK) ? 1 : \
++    0)
++
++#define TID_TO_WMM_AC(_tid) (      \
++    ((_tid) < 1) ? WMM_AC_BE : \
++    ((_tid) < 3) ? WMM_AC_BK : \
++    ((_tid) < 6) ? WMM_AC_VI : \
++    WMM_AC_VO)
++/*
++ * Management information element payloads.
++ */
++
++enum {
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_SSID       = 0,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_RATES      = 1,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_FHPARMS    = 2,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_DSPARMS    = 3,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_CFPARMS    = 4,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_TIM        = 5,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_IBSSPARMS  = 6,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_COUNTRY    = 7,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_CHALLENGE  = 16,
++    /* 17-31 reserved for challenge text extension */
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_PWRCNSTR   = 32,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_PWRCAP     = 33,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_TPCREQ     = 34,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_TPCREP     = 35,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_SUPPCHAN   = 36,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_CHANSWITCH = 37,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_MEASREQ    = 38,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_MEASREP    = 39,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_QUIET      = 40,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_IBSSDFS    = 41,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_ERP        = 42,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_RSN        = 48,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_XRATES     = 50,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_TPC        = 150,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_CCKM       = 156,
++    IEEE80211_ELEMID_VENDOR     = 221,  /* vendor private */
++};
++
++#define ATH_OUI             0x7f0300        /* Atheros OUI */
++#define ATH_OUI_TYPE        0x01
++#define ATH_OUI_SUBTYPE     0x01
++#define ATH_OUI_VERSION     0x00
++
++#define WPA_OUI             0xf25000
++#define WPA_OUI_TYPE        0x01
++#define WPA_VERSION         1          /* current supported version */
++
++#define WPA_CSE_NULL        0x00
++#define WPA_CSE_WEP40       0x01
++#define WPA_CSE_TKIP        0x02
++#define WPA_CSE_CCMP        0x04
++#define WPA_CSE_WEP104      0x05
++
++#define WPA_ASE_NONE        0x00
++#define WPA_ASE_8021X_UNSPEC    0x01
++#define WPA_ASE_8021X_PSK   0x02
++
++#define RSN_OUI         0xac0f00
++#define RSN_VERSION     1       /* current supported version */
++
++#define RSN_CSE_NULL        0x00
++#define RSN_CSE_WEP40       0x01
++#define RSN_CSE_TKIP        0x02
++#define RSN_CSE_WRAP        0x03
++#define RSN_CSE_CCMP        0x04
++#define RSN_CSE_WEP104      0x05
++
++#define RSN_ASE_NONE        0x00
++#define RSN_ASE_8021X_UNSPEC    0x01
++#define RSN_ASE_8021X_PSK   0x02
++
++#define RSN_CAP_PREAUTH     0x01
++
++#define WMM_OUI         0xf25000
++#define WMM_OUI_TYPE        0x02
++#define WMM_INFO_OUI_SUBTYPE    0x00
++#define WMM_PARAM_OUI_SUBTYPE   0x01
++#define WMM_VERSION     1
++
++/* WMM stream classes */
++#define WMM_NUM_AC  4
++#define WMM_AC_BE   0       /* best effort */
++#define WMM_AC_BK   1       /* background */
++#define WMM_AC_VI   2       /* video */
++#define WMM_AC_VO   3       /* voice */
++
++/* TSPEC related */
++#define ACTION_CATEGORY_CODE_TSPEC                 17
++#define ACTION_CODE_TSPEC_ADDTS                    0
++#define ACTION_CODE_TSPEC_ADDTS_RESP               1
++#define ACTION_CODE_TSPEC_DELTS                    2
++
++typedef enum {
++    TSPEC_STATUS_CODE_ADMISSION_ACCEPTED = 0,
++    TSPEC_STATUS_CODE_ADDTS_INVALID_PARAMS = 0x1,
++    TSPEC_STATUS_CODE_ADDTS_REQUEST_REFUSED = 0x3,
++    TSPEC_STATUS_CODE_UNSPECIFIED_QOS_RELATED_FAILURE = 0xC8,
++    TSPEC_STATUS_CODE_REQUESTED_REFUSED_POLICY_CONFIGURATION = 0xC9,
++    TSPEC_STATUS_CODE_INSUFFCIENT_BANDWIDTH = 0xCA,
++    TSPEC_STATUS_CODE_INVALID_PARAMS = 0xCB,
++    TSPEC_STATUS_CODE_DELTS_SENT    = 0x30,
++    TSPEC_STATUS_CODE_DELTS_RECV    = 0x31,
++} TSPEC_STATUS_CODE;
++
++/*
++ * WMM/802.11e Tspec Element
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct wmm_tspec_ie_t {
++    A_UINT8     elementId;
++    A_UINT8     len;
++    A_UINT8     oui[3];
++    A_UINT8     ouiType;
++    A_UINT8     ouiSubType;
++    A_UINT8     version;
++    A_UINT16    tsInfo_info;
++    A_UINT8     tsInfo_reserved;
++    A_UINT16    nominalMSDU;
++    A_UINT16    maxMSDU;
++    A_UINT32    minServiceInt;
++    A_UINT32    maxServiceInt;
++    A_UINT32    inactivityInt;
++    A_UINT32    suspensionInt;
++    A_UINT32    serviceStartTime;
++    A_UINT32    minDataRate;
++    A_UINT32    meanDataRate;
++    A_UINT32    peakDataRate;
++    A_UINT32    maxBurstSize;
++    A_UINT32    delayBound;
++    A_UINT32    minPhyRate;
++    A_UINT16    sba;
++    A_UINT16    mediumTime;
++} POSTPACK WMM_TSPEC_IE;
++
++
++/*
++ * BEACON management packets
++ *
++ *  octet timestamp[8]
++ *  octet beacon interval[2]
++ *  octet capability information[2]
++ *  information element
++ *      octet elemid
++ *      octet length
++ *      octet information[length]
++ */
++
++#define IEEE80211_BEACON_INTERVAL(beacon) \
++    ((beacon)[8] | ((beacon)[9] << 8))
++#define IEEE80211_BEACON_CAPABILITY(beacon) \
++    ((beacon)[10] | ((beacon)[11] << 8))
++
++#define IEEE80211_CAPINFO_ESS               0x0001
++#define IEEE80211_CAPINFO_IBSS              0x0002
++#define IEEE80211_CAPINFO_CF_POLLABLE       0x0004
++#define IEEE80211_CAPINFO_CF_POLLREQ        0x0008
++#define IEEE80211_CAPINFO_PRIVACY           0x0010
++#define IEEE80211_CAPINFO_SHORT_PREAMBLE    0x0020
++#define IEEE80211_CAPINFO_PBCC              0x0040
++#define IEEE80211_CAPINFO_CHNL_AGILITY      0x0080
++/* bits 8-9 are reserved */
++#define IEEE80211_CAPINFO_SHORT_SLOTTIME    0x0400
++#define IEEE80211_CAPINFO_APSD              0x0800
++/* bit 12 is reserved */
++#define IEEE80211_CAPINFO_DSSSOFDM          0x2000
++/* bits 14-15 are reserved */
++
++/*
++ * Authentication Modes
++ */
++
++enum ieee80211_authmode {
++    IEEE80211_AUTH_NONE     = 0,
++    IEEE80211_AUTH_OPEN     = 1,
++    IEEE80211_AUTH_SHARED   = 2,
++    IEEE80211_AUTH_8021X    = 3,
++    IEEE80211_AUTH_AUTO     = 4,   /* auto-select/accept */
++    /* NB: these are used only for ioctls */
++    IEEE80211_AUTH_WPA      = 5,  /* WPA/RSN  w/ 802.1x */
++    IEEE80211_AUTH_WPA_PSK  = 6,  /* WPA/RSN  w/ PSK */
++    IEEE80211_AUTH_WPA_CCKM = 7,  /* WPA/RSN IE  w/ CCKM */
++};
++
++#include "athendpack.h"
++
++#endif /* _NET80211_IEEE80211_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ieee80211_ioctl.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ieee80211_ioctl.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,163 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2005 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/os/linux/include/ieee80211_ioctl.h#1 $
++ */
++
++#ifndef _IEEE80211_IOCTL_H_
++#define _IEEE80211_IOCTL_H_
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++/*
++ * Extracted from the MADWIFI net80211/ieee80211_ioctl.h
++ */
++
++/*
++ * WPA/RSN get/set key request.  Specify the key/cipher
++ * type and whether the key is to be used for sending and/or
++ * receiving.  The key index should be set only when working
++ * with global keys (use IEEE80211_KEYIX_NONE for ``no index'').
++ * Otherwise a unicast/pairwise key is specified by the bssid
++ * (on a station) or mac address (on an ap).  They key length
++ * must include any MIC key data; otherwise it should be no
++ more than IEEE80211_KEYBUF_SIZE.
++ */
++struct ieee80211req_key {
++	u_int8_t	ik_type;	/* key/cipher type */
++	u_int8_t	ik_pad;
++	u_int16_t	ik_keyix;	/* key index */
++	u_int8_t	ik_keylen;	/* key length in bytes */
++	u_int8_t	ik_flags;
++#define IEEE80211_KEY_XMIT  0x01
++#define IEEE80211_KEY_RECV  0x02
++#define	IEEE80211_KEY_DEFAULT	0x80	/* default xmit key */
++	u_int8_t	ik_macaddr[IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN];
++	u_int64_t	ik_keyrsc;	/* key receive sequence counter */
++	u_int64_t	ik_keytsc;	/* key transmit sequence counter */
++	u_int8_t	ik_keydata[IEEE80211_KEYBUF_SIZE+IEEE80211_MICBUF_SIZE];
++};
++/*
++ * Delete a key either by index or address.  Set the index
++ * to IEEE80211_KEYIX_NONE when deleting a unicast key.
++ */
++struct ieee80211req_del_key {
++	u_int8_t	idk_keyix;	/* key index */
++	u_int8_t	idk_macaddr[IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN];
++};
++/*
++ * MLME state manipulation request.  IEEE80211_MLME_ASSOC
++ * only makes sense when operating as a station.  The other
++ * requests can be used when operating as a station or an
++ * ap (to effect a station).
++ */
++struct ieee80211req_mlme {
++	u_int8_t	im_op;		/* operation to perform */
++#define	IEEE80211_MLME_ASSOC		1	/* associate station */
++#define	IEEE80211_MLME_DISASSOC		2	/* disassociate station */
++#define	IEEE80211_MLME_DEAUTH		3	/* deauthenticate station */
++#define	IEEE80211_MLME_AUTHORIZE	4	/* authorize station */
++#define	IEEE80211_MLME_UNAUTHORIZE	5	/* unauthorize station */
++	u_int16_t	im_reason;	/* 802.11 reason code */
++	u_int8_t	im_macaddr[IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN];
++};
++
++struct ieee80211req_addpmkid {
++    u_int8_t    pi_bssid[IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN];
++    u_int8_t    pi_enable;
++    u_int8_t    pi_pmkid[16];
++};
++
++#define AUTH_ALG_OPEN_SYSTEM	0x01
++#define AUTH_ALG_SHARED_KEY	0x02
++#define AUTH_ALG_LEAP		0x04
++
++struct ieee80211req_authalg {
++   u_int8_t auth_alg;
++};
++
++/*
++ * Request to add an IE to a Management Frame
++ */
++enum{
++    IEEE80211_APPIE_FRAME_BEACON     = 0,
++    IEEE80211_APPIE_FRAME_PROBE_REQ  = 1,
++    IEEE80211_APPIE_FRAME_PROBE_RESP = 2,
++    IEEE80211_APPIE_FRAME_ASSOC_REQ  = 3,
++    IEEE80211_APPIE_FRAME_ASSOC_RESP = 4,
++    IEEE80211_APPIE_NUM_OF_FRAME     = 5
++};
++
++/*
++ * The Maximum length of the IE that can be added to a Management frame
++ */
++#define IEEE80211_APPIE_FRAME_MAX_LEN  78
++
++struct ieee80211req_getset_appiebuf {
++    u_int32_t app_frmtype; /* management frame type for which buffer is added */
++    u_int32_t app_buflen;  /*application supplied buffer length */
++    u_int8_t  app_buf[];
++};
++
++/*
++ * The following definitions are used by an application to set filter
++ * for receiving management frames
++ */
++enum {
++     IEEE80211_FILTER_TYPE_BEACON      =   0x1,
++     IEEE80211_FILTER_TYPE_PROBE_REQ   =   0x2,
++     IEEE80211_FILTER_TYPE_PROBE_RESP  =   0x4,
++     IEEE80211_FILTER_TYPE_ASSOC_REQ   =   0x8,
++     IEEE80211_FILTER_TYPE_ASSOC_RESP  =   0x10,
++     IEEE80211_FILTER_TYPE_AUTH        =   0x20,
++     IEEE80211_FILTER_TYPE_DEAUTH      =   0x40,
++     IEEE80211_FILTER_TYPE_DISASSOC    =   0x80,
++     IEEE80211_FILTER_TYPE_ALL         =   0xFF  /* used to check the valid filter bits */
++};
++
++struct ieee80211req_set_filter {
++      u_int32_t app_filterype; /* management frame filter type */
++};
++
++enum {
++    IEEE80211_PARAM_AUTHMODE = 3,   /* Authentication Mode */
++    IEEE80211_PARAM_MCASTCIPHER = 5,
++    IEEE80211_PARAM_MCASTKEYLEN = 6,    /* multicast key length */
++    IEEE80211_PARAM_UCASTCIPHER = 8,
++    IEEE80211_PARAM_UCASTKEYLEN = 9,    /* unicast key length */
++	IEEE80211_PARAM_WPA		= 10,	/* WPA mode (0,1,2) */
++	IEEE80211_PARAM_ROAMING		= 12,	/* roaming mode */
++	IEEE80211_PARAM_PRIVACY		= 13,	/* privacy invoked */
++	IEEE80211_PARAM_COUNTERMEASURES	= 14,	/* WPA/TKIP countermeasures */
++	IEEE80211_PARAM_DROPUNENCRYPTED	= 15,	/* discard unencrypted frames */
++};
++
++/*
++ * Values for IEEE80211_PARAM_WPA
++ */
++#define WPA_MODE_WPA1   1
++#define WPA_MODE_WPA2   2
++#define WPA_MODE_AUTO   3
++#define WPA_MODE_NONE   4
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _IEEE80211_IOCTL_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ieee80211_node.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ieee80211_node.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,77 @@
++/*-
++ * Copyright (c) 2001 Atsushi Onoe
++ * Copyright (c) 2002-2004 Sam Leffler, Errno Consulting
++ * Copyright (c) 2006 Atheros Communications, Inc.
++ *
++ * Wireless Network driver for Atheros AR6001
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR
++ * IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
++ * OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
++ * IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
++ * INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
++ * NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
++ * DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
++ * THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
++ * (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
++ * THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
++ *
++ */
++#ifndef _IEEE80211_NODE_H_
++#define _IEEE80211_NODE_H_
++
++/*
++ * Node locking definitions.
++ */
++#define IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK_INIT(_nt)   A_MUTEX_INIT(&(_nt)->nt_nodelock)
++#define IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK_DESTROY(_nt)
++#define IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK(_nt)        A_MUTEX_LOCK(&(_nt)->nt_nodelock)
++#define IEEE80211_NODE_UNLOCK(_nt)      A_MUTEX_UNLOCK(&(_nt)->nt_nodelock)
++#define IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK_BH(_nt)     A_MUTEX_LOCK(&(_nt)->nt_nodelock)
++#define IEEE80211_NODE_UNLOCK_BH(_nt)   A_MUTEX_UNLOCK(&(_nt)->nt_nodelock)
++#define IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK_ASSERT(_nt)
++
++/*
++ * Node reference counting definitions.
++ *
++ * ieee80211_node_initref   initialize the reference count to 1
++ * ieee80211_node_incref    add a reference
++ * ieee80211_node_decref    remove a reference
++ * ieee80211_node_dectestref    remove a reference and return 1 if this
++ *              is the last reference, otherwise 0
++ * ieee80211_node_refcnt    reference count for printing (only)
++ */
++#define ieee80211_node_initref(_ni)     ((_ni)->ni_refcnt = 1)
++#define ieee80211_node_incref(_ni)      ((_ni)->ni_refcnt++)
++#define ieee80211_node_decref(_ni)      ((_ni)->ni_refcnt--)
++#define ieee80211_node_dectestref(_ni)  (((_ni)->ni_refcnt--) == 0)
++#define ieee80211_node_refcnt(_ni)      ((_ni)->ni_refcnt)
++
++#define IEEE80211_NODE_HASHSIZE 32
++/* simple hash is enough for variation of macaddr */
++#define IEEE80211_NODE_HASH(addr)   \
++    (((const A_UINT8 *)(addr))[IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN - 1] % \
++        IEEE80211_NODE_HASHSIZE)
++
++/*
++ * Table of ieee80211_node instances.  Each ieee80211com
++ * has at least one for holding the scan candidates.
++ * When operating as an access point or in ibss mode there
++ * is a second table for associated stations or neighbors.
++ */
++struct ieee80211_node_table {
++    void                   *nt_wmip;       /* back reference */
++    A_MUTEX_T               nt_nodelock;    /* on node table */
++    struct bss              *nt_node_first; /* information of all nodes */
++    struct bss              *nt_node_last;  /* information of all nodes */
++    struct bss              *nt_hash[IEEE80211_NODE_HASHSIZE];
++    const char              *nt_name;   /* for debugging */
++    A_UINT32                nt_scangen; /* gen# for timeout scan */
++    A_TIMER                 nt_inact_timer;
++    A_UINT8                 isTimerArmed;   /* is the node timer armed */
++};
++
++#define WLAN_NODE_INACT_TIMEOUT_MSEC            10000
++
++#endif /* _IEEE80211_NODE_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ini_dset.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/ini_dset.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,40 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ */
++#ifndef _INI_DSET_H_
++#define _INI_DSET_H_
++
++/*
++ * Each of these represents a WHAL INI table, which consists
++ * of an "address column" followed by 1 or more "value columns".
++ *
++ * Software uses the base WHAL_INI_DATA_ID+column to access a
++ * DataSet that holds a particular column of data.
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    WHAL_INI_DATA_ID_NULL               =0,
++    WHAL_INI_DATA_ID_MODE_SPECIFIC      =1,  /* 2,3 */
++    WHAL_INI_DATA_ID_COMMON             =4,  /* 5 */
++    WHAL_INI_DATA_ID_BB_RFGAIN          =6,  /* 7,8 */
++    WHAL_INI_DATA_ID_ANALOG_BANK1       =9,  /* 10 */
++    WHAL_INI_DATA_ID_ANALOG_BANK2       =11, /* 12 */
++    WHAL_INI_DATA_ID_ANALOG_BANK3       =13, /* 14, 15 */
++    WHAL_INI_DATA_ID_ANALOG_BANK6       =16, /* 17, 18 */
++    WHAL_INI_DATA_ID_ANALOG_BANK7       =19, /* 20 */
++    WHAL_INI_DATA_ID_MODE_OVERRIDES     =21, /* 22,23 */
++    WHAL_INI_DATA_ID_COMMON_OVERRIDES   =24, /* 25 */
++
++    WHAL_INI_DATA_ID_MAX                =25
++} WHAL_INI_DATA_ID;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16 freqIndex; // 1 - A mode 2 - B or G mode 0 - common
++    A_UINT16 offset;
++    A_UINT32 newValue;
++} POSTPACK INI_DSET_REG_OVERRIDE;
++
++#endif
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/regDb.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/regDb.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,19 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2005 Atheros Communications, Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ * This module contains the header files for regulatory module,
++ * which include the DB schema and DB values.
++ * $Id:
++ */
++
++#ifndef __REG_DB_H__
++#define __REG_DB_H__
++
++#include "./regulatory/reg_dbschema.h"
++#include "./regulatory/reg_dbvalues.h"
++
++#endif  /* __REG_DB_H__ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/regdump.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/regdump.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,33 @@
++#ifndef __REGDUMP_H__
++#define __REGDUMP_H__
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ */
++#if defined(AR6001)
++#include "AR6001/AR6001_regdump.h"
++#endif
++#if defined(AR6002)
++#include "AR6002/AR6002_regdump.h"
++#endif
++
++#if !defined(__ASSEMBLER__)
++/*
++ * Target CPU state at the time of failure is reflected
++ * in a register dump, which the Host can fetch through
++ * the diagnostic window.
++ */
++struct register_dump_s {
++    A_UINT32 target_id;               /* Target ID */
++    A_UINT32 assline;                 /* Line number (if assertion failure) */
++    A_UINT32 pc;                      /* Program Counter at time of exception */
++    A_UINT32 badvaddr;                /* Virtual address causing exception */
++    CPU_exception_frame_t exc_frame;  /* CPU-specific exception info */
++
++    /* Could copy top of stack here, too.... */
++};
++#endif /* __ASSEMBLER__ */
++#endif /* __REGDUMP_H__ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/targaddrs.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/targaddrs.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,158 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef __TARGADDRS_H__
++#define __TARGADDRS_H__
++#if defined(AR6001)
++#include "AR6001/addrs.h"
++#endif
++#if defined(AR6002)
++#include "AR6002/addrs.h"
++#endif
++
++/*
++ * AR6K option bits, to enable/disable various features.
++ * By default, all option bits are 0.
++ * These bits can be set in LOCAL_SCRATCH register 0.
++ */
++#define AR6K_OPTION_BMI_DISABLE      0x01 /* Disable BMI comm with Host */
++#define AR6K_OPTION_SERIAL_ENABLE    0x02 /* Enable serial port msgs */
++#define AR6K_OPTION_WDT_DISABLE      0x04 /* WatchDog Timer override */
++#define AR6K_OPTION_SLEEP_DISABLE    0x08 /* Disable system sleep */
++#define AR6K_OPTION_STOP_BOOT        0x10 /* Stop boot processes (for ATE) */
++#define AR6K_OPTION_ENABLE_NOANI     0x20 /* Operate without ANI */
++#define AR6K_OPTION_DSET_DISABLE     0x40 /* Ignore DataSets */
++#define AR6K_OPTION_IGNORE_FLASH     0x80 /* Ignore flash during bootup */
++
++/*
++ * xxx_HOST_INTEREST_ADDRESS is the address in Target RAM of the
++ * host_interest structure.  It must match the address of the _host_interest
++ * symbol (see linker script).
++ *
++ * Host Interest is shared between Host and Target in order to coordinate
++ * between the two, and is intended to remain constant (with additions only
++ * at the end) across software releases.
++ */
++#define AR6001_HOST_INTEREST_ADDRESS     0x80000600
++#define AR6002_HOST_INTEREST_ADDRESS     0x00500400
++
++#define HOST_INTEREST_MAX_SIZE          0x100
++
++#if !defined(__ASSEMBLER__)
++struct register_dump_s;
++struct dbglog_hdr_s;
++
++/*
++ * These are items that the Host may need to access
++ * via BMI or via the Diagnostic Window. The position
++ * of items in this structure must remain constant
++ * across firmware revisions!
++ *
++ * Types for each item must be fixed size across
++ * target and host platforms.
++ *
++ * More items may be added at the end.
++ */
++struct host_interest_s {
++    /*
++     * Pointer to application-defined area, if any.
++     * Set by Target application during startup.
++     */
++    A_UINT32               hi_app_host_interest;                      /* 0x00 */
++
++    /* Pointer to register dump area, valid after Target crash. */
++    A_UINT32               hi_failure_state;                          /* 0x04 */
++
++    /* Pointer to debug logging header */
++    A_UINT32               hi_dbglog_hdr;                             /* 0x08 */
++
++    /* Indicates whether or not flash is present on Target.
++     * NB: flash_is_present indicator is here not just
++     * because it might be of interest to the Host; but
++     * also because it's set early on by Target's startup
++     * asm code and we need it to have a special RAM address
++     * so that it doesn't get reinitialized with the rest
++     * of data.
++     */
++    A_UINT32               hi_flash_is_present;                       /* 0x0c */
++
++    /*
++     * General-purpose flag bits, similar to AR6000_OPTION_* flags.
++     * Can be used by application rather than by OS.
++     */
++    A_UINT32               hi_option_flag;                            /* 0x10 */
++
++    /*
++     * Boolean that determines whether or not to
++     * display messages on the serial port.
++     */
++    A_UINT32               hi_serial_enable;                          /* 0x14 */
++
++    /* Start address of Flash DataSet index, if any */
++    A_UINT32               hi_dset_list_head;                         /* 0x18 */
++
++    /* Override Target application start address */
++    A_UINT32               hi_app_start;                              /* 0x1c */
++
++    /* Clock and voltage tuning */
++    A_UINT32               hi_skip_clock_init;                        /* 0x20 */
++    A_UINT32               hi_core_clock_setting;                     /* 0x24 */
++    A_UINT32               hi_cpu_clock_setting;                      /* 0x28 */
++    A_UINT32               hi_system_sleep_setting;                   /* 0x2c */
++    A_UINT32               hi_xtal_control_setting;                   /* 0x30 */
++    A_UINT32               hi_pll_ctrl_setting_24ghz;                 /* 0x34 */
++    A_UINT32               hi_pll_ctrl_setting_5ghz;                  /* 0x38 */
++    A_UINT32               hi_ref_voltage_trim_setting;               /* 0x3c */
++    A_UINT32               hi_clock_info;                             /* 0x40 */
++
++    /*
++     * Flash configuration overrides, used only
++     * when firmware is not executing from flash.
++     * (When using flash, modify the global variables
++     * with equivalent names.)
++     */
++    A_UINT32               hi_bank0_addr_value;                       /* 0x44 */
++    A_UINT32               hi_bank0_read_value;                       /* 0x48 */
++    A_UINT32               hi_bank0_write_value;                      /* 0x4c */
++    A_UINT32               hi_bank0_config_value;                     /* 0x50 */
++
++    /* Pointer to Board Data  */
++    A_UINT32               hi_board_data;                             /* 0x54 */
++    A_UINT32               hi_board_data_initialized;                 /* 0x58 */
++
++    A_UINT32               hi_dset_RAM_index_table;                   /* 0x5c */
++
++    A_UINT32               hi_desired_baud_rate;                      /* 0x60 */
++    A_UINT32               hi_dbglog_config;                          /* 0x64 */
++    A_UINT32               hi_end_RAM_reserve_sz;                     /* 0x68 */
++    A_UINT32               hi_mbox_io_block_sz;                       /* 0x6c */
++
++    A_UINT32               hi_num_bpatch_streams;                     /* 0x70 */
++    A_UINT32               hi_mbox_isr_yield_limit;                   /* 0x74 */
++
++    A_UINT32               hi_refclk_hz;                              /* 0x78 */
++};
++
++/* Bits defined in hi_option_flag */
++#define HI_OPTION_TIMER_WAR     1 /* not really used */
++
++/*
++ * Intended for use by Host software, this macro returns the Target RAM
++ * address of any item in the host_interest structure.
++ * Example: target_addr = AR6001_HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(hi_board_data);
++ */
++#define AR6001_HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(item) \
++    ((A_UINT32)&((((struct host_interest_s *)(AR6001_HOST_INTEREST_ADDRESS))->item)))
++
++#define AR6002_HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(item) \
++    ((A_UINT32)&((((struct host_interest_s *)(AR6002_HOST_INTEREST_ADDRESS))->item)))
++
++
++#endif /* !__ASSEMBLER__ */
++
++#endif /* __TARGADDRS_H__ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/testcmd.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/testcmd.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,144 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2005 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef  TESTCMD_H_
++#define  TESTCMD_H_
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++typedef enum {
++    ZEROES_PATTERN = 0,
++    ONES_PATTERN,
++    REPEATING_10,
++    PN7_PATTERN,
++    PN9_PATTERN,
++    PN15_PATTERN
++}TX_DATA_PATTERN;
++
++/* Continous tx
++   mode : TCMD_CONT_TX_OFF - Disabling continous tx
++          TCMD_CONT_TX_SINE - Enable continuous unmodulated tx
++          TCMD_CONT_TX_FRAME- Enable continuous modulated tx
++   freq : Channel freq in Mhz. (e.g 2412 for channel 1 in 11 g)
++dataRate: 0 - 1 Mbps
++          1 - 2 Mbps
++          2 - 5.5 Mbps
++          3 - 11 Mbps
++          4 - 6 Mbps
++          5 - 9 Mbps
++          6 - 12 Mbps
++          7 - 18 Mbps
++          8 - 24 Mbps
++          9 - 36 Mbps
++         10 - 28 Mbps
++         11 - 54 Mbps
++  txPwr: Tx power in dBm[5 -11] for unmod Tx, [5-14] for mod Tx
++antenna:  1 - one antenna
++          2 - two antenna
++Note : Enable/disable continuous tx test cmd works only when target is awake.
++*/
++
++typedef enum {
++    TCMD_CONT_TX_OFF = 0,
++    TCMD_CONT_TX_SINE,
++    TCMD_CONT_TX_FRAME,
++    TCMD_CONT_TX_TX99,
++    TCMD_CONT_TX_TX100
++} TCMD_CONT_TX_MODE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32                 testCmdId;
++    A_UINT32                mode;
++    A_UINT32                freq;
++    A_UINT32                dataRate;
++    A_INT32                 txPwr;
++    A_UINT32                antenna;
++    A_UINT32                enANI;
++    A_UINT32                scramblerOff;
++    A_UINT32                aifsn;
++    A_UINT16                pktSz;
++    A_UINT16                txPattern;
++} POSTPACK TCMD_CONT_TX;
++
++#define TCMD_TXPATTERN_ZERONE                 0x1
++#define TCMD_TXPATTERN_ZERONE_DIS_SCRAMBLE    0x2
++
++/* Continuous Rx
++ act: TCMD_CONT_RX_PROMIS - promiscuous mode (accept all incoming frames)
++      TCMD_CONT_RX_FILTER - filter mode (accept only frames with dest
++                                             address equal specified
++                                             mac address (set via act =3)
++      TCMD_CONT_RX_REPORT  off mode  (disable cont rx mode and get the
++                                          report from the last cont
++                                          Rx test)
++
++     TCMD_CONT_RX_SETMAC - set MacAddr mode (sets the MAC address for the
++                                                 target. This Overrides
++                                                 the default MAC address.)
++
++*/
++typedef enum {
++    TCMD_CONT_RX_PROMIS =0,
++    TCMD_CONT_RX_FILTER,
++    TCMD_CONT_RX_REPORT,
++    TCMD_CONT_RX_SETMAC
++} TCMD_CONT_RX_ACT;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32         testCmdId;
++    A_UINT32        act;
++    A_UINT32        enANI;
++    PREPACK union {
++        struct PREPACK TCMD_CONT_RX_PARA {
++            A_UINT32    freq;
++            A_UINT32    antenna;
++        } POSTPACK para;
++        struct PREPACK TCMD_CONT_RX_REPORT {
++            A_UINT32    totalPkt;
++            A_INT32    rssiInDBm;
++        } POSTPACK report;
++        struct PREPACK TCMD_CONT_RX_MAC {
++            A_UCHAR    addr[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++        } POSTPACK mac;
++    } POSTPACK u;
++} POSTPACK TCMD_CONT_RX;
++
++/* Force sleep/wake  test cmd
++ mode: TCMD_PM_WAKEUP - Wakeup the target
++       TCMD_PM_SLEEP - Force the target to sleep.
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    TCMD_PM_WAKEUP = 1, /* be consistent with target */
++    TCMD_PM_SLEEP
++} TCMD_PM_MODE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++	A_UINT32  testCmdId;
++    A_UINT32  mode;
++} POSTPACK TCMD_PM;
++
++typedef enum{
++    TCMD_CONT_TX_ID,
++    TCMD_CONT_RX_ID,
++    TCMD_PM_ID
++   } TCMD_ID;
++
++typedef PREPACK union {
++          TCMD_CONT_TX contTx;
++          TCMD_CONT_RX contRx;
++          TCMD_PM pm ;
++} POSTPACK TEST_CMD;
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* TESTCMD_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wlan_api.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wlan_api.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,101 @@
++#ifndef _HOST_WLAN_API_H_
++#define _HOST_WLAN_API_H_
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2005 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * This file contains the API for the host wlan module
++ *
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/include/wlan_api.h#1 $
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++struct ieee80211_node_table;
++struct ieee80211_frame;
++
++struct ieee80211_common_ie {
++    A_UINT16    ie_chan;
++    A_UINT8     *ie_tstamp;
++    A_UINT8     *ie_ssid;
++    A_UINT8     *ie_rates;
++    A_UINT8     *ie_xrates;
++    A_UINT8     *ie_country;
++    A_UINT8     *ie_wpa;
++    A_UINT8     *ie_rsn;
++    A_UINT8     *ie_wmm;
++    A_UINT8     *ie_ath;
++    A_UINT16    ie_capInfo;
++    A_UINT16    ie_beaconInt;
++    A_UINT8     *ie_tim;
++    A_UINT8     *ie_chswitch;
++    A_UINT8     ie_erp;
++    A_UINT8     *ie_wsc;
++};
++
++typedef struct bss {
++    A_UINT8                      ni_macaddr[6];
++    A_UINT8                      ni_snr;
++    A_INT16                      ni_rssi;
++    struct bss                   *ni_list_next;
++    struct bss                   *ni_list_prev;
++    struct bss                   *ni_hash_next;
++    struct bss                   *ni_hash_prev;
++    struct ieee80211_common_ie   ni_cie;
++    A_UINT8                     *ni_buf;
++    struct ieee80211_node_table *ni_table;
++    A_UINT32                     ni_refcnt;
++    int                          ni_scangen;
++    A_UINT32                     ni_tstamp;
++} bss_t;
++
++typedef void wlan_node_iter_func(void *arg, bss_t *);
++
++bss_t *wlan_node_alloc(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, int wh_size);
++void wlan_node_free(bss_t *ni);
++void wlan_setup_node(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, bss_t *ni,
++                const A_UINT8 *macaddr);
++bss_t *wlan_find_node(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, const A_UINT8 *macaddr);
++void wlan_node_reclaim(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, bss_t *ni);
++void wlan_free_allnodes(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt);
++void wlan_iterate_nodes(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, wlan_node_iter_func *f,
++                        void *arg);
++
++void wlan_node_table_init(void *wmip, struct ieee80211_node_table *nt);
++void wlan_node_table_reset(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt);
++void wlan_node_table_cleanup(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt);
++
++A_STATUS wlan_parse_beacon(A_UINT8 *buf, int framelen,
++                           struct ieee80211_common_ie *cie);
++
++A_UINT16 wlan_ieee2freq(int chan);
++A_UINT32 wlan_freq2ieee(A_UINT16 freq);
++
++
++bss_t *
++wlan_find_Ssidnode (struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, A_UCHAR *pSsid,
++					A_UINT32 ssidLength, A_BOOL bIsWPA2);
++
++void
++wlan_node_return (struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, bss_t *ni);
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _HOST_WLAN_API_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wlan_dset.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wlan_dset.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,20 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2007 Atheros Communications, Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef __WLAN_DSET_H__
++#define __WKAN_DSET_H__
++
++typedef PREPACK struct wow_config_dset {
++
++    A_UINT8 valid_dset;
++    A_UINT8 gpio_enable;
++    A_UINT16 gpio_pin;
++} POSTPACK WOW_CONFIG_DSET;
++
++#endif
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wmi_api.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wmi_api.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,259 @@
++#ifndef _WMI_API_H_
++#define _WMI_API_H_
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * This file contains the definitions for the Wireless Module Interface (WMI).
++ *
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/include/wmi_api.h#2 $
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++/*
++ * IP QoS Field definitions according to 802.1p
++ */
++#define BEST_EFFORT_PRI         0
++#define BACKGROUND_PRI          1
++#define EXCELLENT_EFFORT_PRI    3
++#define CONTROLLED_LOAD_PRI     4
++#define VIDEO_PRI               5
++#define VOICE_PRI               6
++#define NETWORK_CONTROL_PRI     7
++#define MAX_NUM_PRI             8
++
++#define UNDEFINED_PRI           (0xff)
++
++/* simple mapping of IP TOS field to a WMI priority stream
++ * this mapping was taken from the original linux driver implementation
++ * The operation maps the following
++ *
++ *  */
++#define IP_TOS_TO_WMI_PRI(tos)  \
++    ((WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID)(((tos) >> 1) & 0x03))
++
++#define WMI_IMPLICIT_PSTREAM_INACTIVITY_INT 5000 /* 5 seconds */
++
++
++struct wmi_t;
++
++void *wmi_init(void *devt);
++
++void wmi_qos_state_init(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++void wmi_shutdown(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_UINT16  wmi_get_mapped_qos_queue(struct wmi_t *, A_UINT8);
++A_STATUS wmi_dix_2_dot3(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf);
++A_STATUS wmi_data_hdr_add(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf, A_UINT8 msgType);
++A_STATUS wmi_dot3_2_dix(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf);
++A_STATUS wmi_data_hdr_remove(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf);
++A_STATUS wmi_syncpoint(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_STATUS wmi_syncpoint_reset(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID wmi_get_stream_id(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 trafficClass);
++A_UINT8 wmi_implicit_create_pstream(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf, A_UINT8 dir, A_UINT8 up);
++
++A_STATUS wmi_control_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf);
++void wmi_iterate_nodes(struct wmi_t *wmip, wlan_node_iter_func *f, void *arg);
++void wmi_free_allnodes(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++bss_t *wmi_find_node(struct wmi_t *wmip, const A_UINT8 *macaddr);
++
++
++typedef enum {
++    NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG = 0,
++    SYNC_BEFORE_WMIFLAG,            /* transmit all queued data before cmd */
++    SYNC_AFTER_WMIFLAG,             /* any new data waits until cmd execs */
++    SYNC_BOTH_WMIFLAG,
++    END_WMIFLAG                     /* end marker */
++} WMI_SYNC_FLAG;
++
++A_STATUS wmi_cmd_send(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf, WMI_COMMAND_ID cmdId,
++                      WMI_SYNC_FLAG flag);
++A_STATUS wmi_connect_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                         NETWORK_TYPE netType,
++                         DOT11_AUTH_MODE dot11AuthMode,
++                         AUTH_MODE authMode,
++                         CRYPTO_TYPE pairwiseCrypto,
++                         A_UINT8 pairwiseCryptoLen,
++                         CRYPTO_TYPE groupCrypto,
++                         A_UINT8 groupCryptoLen,
++                         int ssidLength,
++                         A_UCHAR *ssid,
++                         A_UINT8 *bssid,
++                         A_UINT16 channel,
++                         A_UINT32 ctrl_flags);
++A_STATUS wmi_reconnect_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                           A_UINT8 *bssid,
++                           A_UINT16 channel);
++A_STATUS wmi_disconnect_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_STATUS wmi_getrev_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_STATUS wmi_startscan_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_SCAN_TYPE scanType,
++                           A_BOOL forceFgScan, A_BOOL isLegacy,
++                           A_UINT32 homeDwellTime, A_UINT32 forceScanInterval);
++A_STATUS wmi_scanparams_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 fg_start_sec,
++                            A_UINT16 fg_end_sec, A_UINT16 bg_sec,
++                            A_UINT16 minact_chdw_msec,
++                            A_UINT16 maxact_chdw_msec, A_UINT16 pas_chdw_msec,
++                            A_UINT8 shScanRatio, A_UINT8 scanCtrlFlags,
++                            A_UINT32 max_dfsch_act_time);
++A_STATUS wmi_bssfilter_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 filter, A_UINT32 ieMask);
++A_STATUS wmi_probedSsid_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 index, A_UINT8 flag,
++                            A_UINT8 ssidLength, A_UCHAR *ssid);
++A_STATUS wmi_listeninterval_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 listenInterval, A_UINT16 listenBeacons);
++A_STATUS wmi_bmisstime_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 bmisstime, A_UINT16 bmissbeacons);
++A_STATUS wmi_associnfo_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 ieType,
++                           A_UINT8 ieLen, A_UINT8 *ieInfo);
++A_STATUS wmi_powermode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 powerMode);
++A_STATUS wmi_ibsspmcaps_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 pmEnable, A_UINT8 ttl,
++                            A_UINT16 atim_windows, A_UINT16 timeout_value);
++A_STATUS wmi_pmparams_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 idlePeriod,
++                           A_UINT16 psPollNum, A_UINT16 dtimPolicy);
++A_STATUS wmi_disctimeout_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 timeout);
++A_STATUS wmi_sync_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 syncNumber);
++A_STATUS wmi_create_pstream_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMD *pstream);
++A_STATUS wmi_delete_pstream_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 trafficClass, A_UINT8 streamID);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_bitrate_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_INT32 rate);
++A_STATUS wmi_get_bitrate_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_INT8   wmi_validate_bitrate(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_INT32 rate);
++A_STATUS wmi_get_regDomain_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_STATUS wmi_get_channelList_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_channelParams_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 scanParam,
++                                   WMI_PHY_MODE mode, A_INT8 numChan,
++                                   A_UINT16 *channelList);
++
++A_STATUS wmi_set_snr_threshold_params(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                                       WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD *snrCmd);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_rssi_threshold_params(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                                        WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD *rssiCmd);
++A_STATUS wmi_clr_rssi_snr(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_lq_threshold_params(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                                      WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD *lqCmd);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_rts_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 threshold);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_lpreamble_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 status);
++
++A_STATUS wmi_set_error_report_bitmask(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT32 bitmask);
++
++A_STATUS wmi_get_challenge_resp_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT32 cookie,
++                                    A_UINT32 source);
++A_STATUS wmi_config_debug_module_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 mmask,
++                                     A_UINT16 tsr, A_BOOL rep, A_UINT16 size,
++                                     A_UINT32 valid);
++A_STATUS wmi_get_stats_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_STATUS wmi_addKey_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 keyIndex,
++                        CRYPTO_TYPE keyType, A_UINT8 keyUsage,
++                        A_UINT8 keyLength,A_UINT8 *keyRSC,
++                        A_UINT8 *keyMaterial, A_UINT8 key_op_ctrl,
++                        WMI_SYNC_FLAG sync_flag);
++A_STATUS wmi_add_krk_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *krk);
++A_STATUS wmi_delete_krk_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_STATUS wmi_deleteKey_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 keyIndex);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_akmp_params_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                                 WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS_CMD *akmpParams);
++A_STATUS wmi_get_pmkid_list_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_pmkid_list_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                                WMI_SET_PMKID_LIST_CMD *pmkInfo);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_txPwr_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 dbM);
++A_STATUS wmi_get_txPwr_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_STATUS wmi_addBadAp_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 apIndex, A_UINT8 *bssid);
++A_STATUS wmi_deleteBadAp_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 apIndex);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_tkip_countermeasures_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_BOOL en);
++A_STATUS wmi_setPmkid_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *bssid, A_UINT8 *pmkId,
++                          A_BOOL set);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_access_params_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 txop,
++                                   A_UINT8 eCWmin, A_UINT8 eCWmax,
++                                   A_UINT8 aifsn);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_retry_limits_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 frameType,
++                                  A_UINT8 trafficClass, A_UINT8 maxRetries,
++                                  A_UINT8 enableNotify);
++
++void wmi_get_current_bssid(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *bssid);
++
++A_STATUS wmi_get_roam_tbl_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_STATUS wmi_get_roam_data_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 roamDataType);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_roam_ctrl_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_SET_ROAM_CTRL_CMD *p,
++                               A_UINT8 size);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_powersave_timers_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                            WMI_POWERSAVE_TIMERS_POLICY_CMD *pCmd,
++                            A_UINT8 size);
++
++A_STATUS wmi_set_opt_mode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 optMode);
++A_STATUS wmi_opt_tx_frame_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                              A_UINT8 frmType,
++                              A_UINT8 *dstMacAddr,
++                              A_UINT8 *bssid,
++                              A_UINT16 optIEDataLen,
++                              A_UINT8 *optIEData);
++
++A_STATUS wmi_set_adhoc_bconIntvl_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 intvl);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_voice_pkt_size_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 voicePktSize);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_max_sp_len_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 maxSpLen);
++A_UINT8  convert_userPriority_to_trafficClass(A_UINT8 userPriority);
++A_UINT8 wmi_get_power_mode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_STATUS wmi_verify_tspec_params(WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMD *pCmd, A_BOOL tspecCompliance);
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++A_STATUS wmi_test_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *buf, A_UINT32  len);
++#endif
++
++A_STATUS wmi_set_bt_status_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 streamType, A_UINT8 status);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_bt_params_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_SET_BT_PARAMS_CMD* cmd);
++
++
++/*
++ *  This function is used to configure the fix rates mask to the target.
++ */
++A_STATUS wmi_set_fixrates_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_INT16 fixRatesMask);
++A_STATUS wmi_get_ratemask_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++
++A_STATUS wmi_set_authmode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 mode);
++
++A_STATUS wmi_set_reassocmode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 mode);
++
++A_STATUS wmi_set_wmm_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_WMM_STATUS status);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_wmm_txop(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_TXOP_CFG txEnable);
++
++A_STATUS wmi_get_keepalive_configured(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_UINT8 wmi_get_keepalive_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_keepalive_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 keepaliveInterval);
++
++A_STATUS wmi_set_appie_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 mgmtFrmType,
++                           A_UINT8 ieLen,A_UINT8 *ieInfo);
++
++A_STATUS wmi_set_halparam_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *cmd, A_UINT16 dataLen);
++A_INT32 wmi_get_rate(A_INT8 rateindex);
++
++/*Wake on Wireless WMI commands*/
++A_STATUS wmi_set_host_sleep_mode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_SET_HOST_SLEEP_MODE_CMD *cmd);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_wow_mode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_SET_WOW_MODE_CMD *cmd);
++A_STATUS wmi_get_wow_list_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_CMD *cmd);
++A_STATUS wmi_add_wow_pattern_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                                 WMI_ADD_WOW_PATTERN_CMD *cmd, A_UINT8* pattern, A_UINT8* mask, A_UINT8 pattern_size);
++A_STATUS wmi_del_wow_pattern_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                                 WMI_DEL_WOW_PATTERN_CMD *cmd);
++A_STATUS wmi_set_wsc_status_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT32 status);
++
++bss_t *
++wmi_find_Ssidnode (struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UCHAR *pSsid,
++				   A_UINT32 ssidLength, A_BOOL bIsWPA2);
++
++void
++wmi_node_return (struct wmi_t *wmip, bss_t *bss);
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _WMI_API_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wmi.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wmi.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,1739 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ * This file contains the definitions of the WMI protocol specified in the
++ * Wireless Module Interface (WMI).  It includes definitions of all the
++ * commands and events. Commands are messages from the host to the WM.
++ * Events and Replies are messages from the WM to the host.
++ *
++ * Ownership of correctness in regards to WMI commands
++ * belongs to the host driver and the WM is not required to validate
++ * parameters for value, proper range, or any other checking.
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _WMI_H_
++#define _WMI_H_
++
++#ifndef ATH_TARGET
++#include "athstartpack.h"
++#endif
++
++#include "wmix.h"
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++#define WMI_PROTOCOL_VERSION    0x0002
++#define WMI_PROTOCOL_REVISION   0x0000
++
++#define ATH_MAC_LEN             6               /* length of mac in bytes */
++#define WMI_CMD_MAX_LEN         100
++#define WMI_CONTROL_MSG_MAX_LEN     256
++#define WMI_OPT_CONTROL_MSG_MAX_LEN 1536
++#define IS_ETHERTYPE(_typeOrLen)        ((_typeOrLen) >= 0x0600)
++#define RFC1042OUI      {0x00, 0x00, 0x00}
++
++#define IP_ETHERTYPE 0x0800
++
++#define WMI_IMPLICIT_PSTREAM 0xFF
++#define WMI_MAX_THINSTREAM 15
++
++struct host_app_area_s {
++    A_UINT32 wmi_protocol_ver;
++};
++
++/*
++ * Data Path
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     dstMac[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_UINT8     srcMac[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_UINT16    typeOrLen;
++} POSTPACK ATH_MAC_HDR;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     dsap;
++    A_UINT8     ssap;
++    A_UINT8     cntl;
++    A_UINT8     orgCode[3];
++    A_UINT16    etherType;
++} POSTPACK ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR;
++
++typedef enum {
++    DATA_MSGTYPE = 0x0,
++    CNTL_MSGTYPE,
++    SYNC_MSGTYPE
++} WMI_MSG_TYPE;
++
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_INT8      rssi;
++    A_UINT8     info;            /* WMI_MSG_TYPE in lower 2 bits - b1b0 */
++                                 /* UP in next 3 bits - b4b3b2 */
++#define WMI_DATA_HDR_MSG_TYPE_MASK  0x03
++#define WMI_DATA_HDR_MSG_TYPE_SHIFT 0
++#define WMI_DATA_HDR_UP_MASK        0x07
++#define WMI_DATA_HDR_UP_SHIFT       2
++#define WMI_DATA_HDR_IS_MSG_TYPE(h, t)  (((h)->info & (WMI_DATA_HDR_MSG_TYPE_MASK)) == (t))
++} POSTPACK WMI_DATA_HDR;
++
++
++#define WMI_DATA_HDR_SET_MSG_TYPE(h, t) (h)->info = (((h)->info & ~(WMI_DATA_HDR_MSG_TYPE_MASK << WMI_DATA_HDR_MSG_TYPE_SHIFT)) | (t << WMI_DATA_HDR_MSG_TYPE_SHIFT))
++#define WMI_DATA_HDR_SET_UP(h, p) (h)->info = (((h)->info & ~(WMI_DATA_HDR_UP_MASK << WMI_DATA_HDR_UP_SHIFT)) | (p << WMI_DATA_HDR_UP_SHIFT))
++
++/*
++ * Control Path
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16    commandId;
++} POSTPACK WMI_CMD_HDR;        /* used for commands and events */
++
++/*
++ * List of Commnands
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    WMI_CONNECT_CMDID           = 0x0001,
++    WMI_RECONNECT_CMDID,
++    WMI_DISCONNECT_CMDID,
++    WMI_SYNCHRONIZE_CMDID,
++    WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMDID,
++    WMI_DELETE_PSTREAM_CMDID,
++    WMI_START_SCAN_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_SCAN_PARAMS_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_BSS_FILTER_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_PROBED_SSID_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_LISTEN_INT_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_BMISS_TIME_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_DISC_TIMEOUT_CMDID,
++    WMI_GET_CHANNEL_LIST_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_BEACON_INT_CMDID,
++    WMI_GET_STATISTICS_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_CHANNEL_PARAMS_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_POWER_MODE_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_IBSS_PM_CAPS_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_POWER_PARAMS_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_POWERSAVE_TIMERS_POLICY_CMDID,
++    WMI_ADD_CIPHER_KEY_CMDID,
++    WMI_DELETE_CIPHER_KEY_CMDID,
++    WMI_ADD_KRK_CMDID,
++    WMI_DELETE_KRK_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_PMKID_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_TX_PWR_CMDID,
++    WMI_GET_TX_PWR_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_ASSOC_INFO_CMDID,
++    WMI_ADD_BAD_AP_CMDID,
++    WMI_DELETE_BAD_AP_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_TKIP_COUNTERMEASURES_CMDID,
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMDID,
++    WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_BITMASK_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_ACCESS_PARAMS_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_RETRY_LIMITS_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_OPT_MODE_CMDID,
++    WMI_OPT_TX_FRAME_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_VOICE_PKT_SIZE_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_MAX_SP_LEN_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_ROAM_CTRL_CMDID,
++    WMI_GET_ROAM_TBL_CMDID,
++    WMI_GET_ROAM_DATA_CMDID,
++    WMI_ENABLE_RM_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_MAX_OFFHOME_DURATION_CMDID,
++    WMI_EXTENSION_CMDID,                        /* Non-wireless extensions */
++    WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMDID,
++    WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_LPREAMBLE_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_RTS_CMDID,
++    WMI_CLR_RSSI_SNR_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_FIXRATES_CMDID,
++    WMI_GET_FIXRATES_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_AUTH_MODE_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_REASSOC_MODE_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_WMM_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_WMM_TXOP_CMDID,
++    WMI_TEST_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_BT_STATUS_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_BT_PARAMS_CMDID,
++
++    WMI_SET_KEEPALIVE_CMDID,
++    WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_APPIE_CMDID,
++    WMI_GET_APPIE_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_WSC_STATUS_CMDID,
++
++    /* Wake on Wireless */
++    WMI_SET_HOST_SLEEP_MODE_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_WOW_MODE_CMDID,
++    WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_CMDID,
++    WMI_ADD_WOW_PATTERN_CMDID,
++    WMI_DEL_WOW_PATTERN_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_MAC_ADDRESS_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_PMKID_LIST_CMDID,
++    WMI_GET_PMKID_LIST_CMDID,
++
++    /*
++     * Developer commands starts at 0xF000
++     */
++    WMI_SET_BITRATE_CMDID = 0xF000,
++    WMI_GET_BITRATE_CMDID,
++    WMI_SET_WHALPARAM_CMDID,
++
++} WMI_COMMAND_ID;
++
++/*
++ * Frame Types
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    WMI_FRAME_BEACON        =   0,
++    WMI_FRAME_PROBE_REQ,
++    WMI_FRAME_PROBE_RESP,
++    WMI_FRAME_ASSOC_REQ,
++    WMI_FRAME_ASSOC_RESP,
++    WMI_NUM_MGMT_FRAME
++} WMI_MGMT_FRAME_TYPE;
++
++/*
++ * Connect Command
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    INFRA_NETWORK       = 0x01,
++    ADHOC_NETWORK       = 0x02,
++    ADHOC_CREATOR       = 0x04,
++} NETWORK_TYPE;
++
++typedef enum {
++    OPEN_AUTH           = 0x01,
++    SHARED_AUTH         = 0x02,
++    LEAP_AUTH           = 0x04,  /* different from IEEE_AUTH_MODE definitions */
++} DOT11_AUTH_MODE;
++
++typedef enum {
++    NONE_AUTH           = 0x01,
++    WPA_AUTH            = 0x02,
++    WPA_PSK_AUTH        = 0x03,
++    WPA2_AUTH           = 0x04,
++    WPA2_PSK_AUTH       = 0x05,
++    WPA_AUTH_CCKM       = 0x06,
++    WPA2_AUTH_CCKM      = 0x07,
++} AUTH_MODE;
++
++typedef enum {
++    NONE_CRYPT          = 0x01,
++    WEP_CRYPT           = 0x02,
++    TKIP_CRYPT          = 0x03,
++    AES_CRYPT           = 0x04,
++} CRYPTO_TYPE;
++
++#define WMI_MIN_CRYPTO_TYPE NONE_CRYPT
++#define WMI_MAX_CRYPTO_TYPE (AES_CRYPT + 1)
++
++#define WMI_MIN_KEY_INDEX   0
++#define WMI_MAX_KEY_INDEX   3
++
++#define WMI_MAX_KEY_LEN     32
++
++#define WMI_MAX_SSID_LEN    32
++
++typedef enum {
++    CONNECT_ASSOC_POLICY_USER = 0x0001,
++    CONNECT_SEND_REASSOC = 0x0002,
++    CONNECT_IGNORE_WPAx_GROUP_CIPHER = 0x0004,
++    CONNECT_PROFILE_MATCH_DONE = 0x0008,
++    CONNECT_IGNORE_AAC_BEACON = 0x0010,
++} WMI_CONNECT_CTRL_FLAGS_BITS;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     networkType;
++    A_UINT8     dot11AuthMode;
++    A_UINT8     authMode;
++    A_UINT8     pairwiseCryptoType;
++    A_UINT8     pairwiseCryptoLen;
++    A_UINT8     groupCryptoType;
++    A_UINT8     groupCryptoLen;
++    A_UINT8     ssidLength;
++    A_UCHAR     ssid[WMI_MAX_SSID_LEN];
++    A_UINT16    channel;
++    A_UINT8     bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_UINT32    ctrl_flags;
++} POSTPACK WMI_CONNECT_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_RECONNECT_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16    channel;                    /* hint */
++    A_UINT8     bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];         /* mandatory if set */
++} POSTPACK WMI_RECONNECT_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_ADD_CIPHER_KEY_CMDID
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    PAIRWISE_USAGE      = 0x00,
++    GROUP_USAGE         = 0x01,
++    TX_USAGE            = 0x02,     /* default Tx Key - Static WEP only */
++} KEY_USAGE;
++
++/*
++ * Bit Flag
++ * Bit 0 - Initialise TSC - default is Initialize
++ */
++#define KEY_OP_INIT_TSC       0x01
++#define KEY_OP_INIT_RSC       0x02
++
++#define KEY_OP_INIT_VAL     0x03     /* Default Initialise the TSC & RSC */
++#define KEY_OP_VALID_MASK   0x03
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     keyIndex;
++    A_UINT8     keyType;
++    A_UINT8     keyUsage;           /* KEY_USAGE */
++    A_UINT8     keyLength;
++    A_UINT8     keyRSC[8];          /* key replay sequence counter */
++    A_UINT8     key[WMI_MAX_KEY_LEN];
++    A_UINT8     key_op_ctrl;       /* Additional Key Control information */
++} POSTPACK WMI_ADD_CIPHER_KEY_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_DELETE_CIPHER_KEY_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     keyIndex;
++} POSTPACK WMI_DELETE_CIPHER_KEY_CMD;
++
++#define WMI_KRK_LEN     16
++/*
++ * WMI_ADD_KRK_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     krk[WMI_KRK_LEN];
++} POSTPACK WMI_ADD_KRK_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_TKIP_COUNTERMEASURES_CMDID
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    WMI_TKIP_CM_DISABLE = 0x0,
++    WMI_TKIP_CM_ENABLE  = 0x1,
++} WMI_TKIP_CM_CONTROL;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8  cm_en;                     /* WMI_TKIP_CM_CONTROL */
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_TKIP_COUNTERMEASURES_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_PMKID_CMDID
++ */
++
++#define WMI_PMKID_LEN 16
++
++typedef enum {
++   PMKID_DISABLE = 0,
++   PMKID_ENABLE  = 1,
++} PMKID_ENABLE_FLG;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_UINT8     enable;                 /* PMKID_ENABLE_FLG */
++    A_UINT8     pmkid[WMI_PMKID_LEN];
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_PMKID_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_START_SCAN_CMD
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    WMI_LONG_SCAN  = 0,
++    WMI_SHORT_SCAN = 1,
++} WMI_SCAN_TYPE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_BOOL   forceFgScan;
++    A_BOOL   isLegacy;        /* For Legacy Cisco AP compatibility */
++    A_UINT32 homeDwellTime;   /* Maximum duration in the home channel(milliseconds) */
++    A_UINT32 forceScanInterval;    /* Time interval between scans (milliseconds)*/
++    A_UINT8  scanType;           /* WMI_SCAN_TYPE */
++} POSTPACK WMI_START_SCAN_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_SCAN_PARAMS_CMDID
++ */
++#define WMI_SHORTSCANRATIO_DEFAULT      3
++typedef enum {
++    CONNECT_SCAN_CTRL_FLAGS = 0x01,    /* set if can scan in the Connect cmd */
++    SCAN_CONNECTED_CTRL_FLAGS = 0x02,  /* set if scan for the SSID it is */
++                                       /* already connected to */
++    ACTIVE_SCAN_CTRL_FLAGS = 0x04,     /* set if enable active scan */
++    ROAM_SCAN_CTRL_FLAGS = 0x08,       /* set if enable roam scan when bmiss and lowrssi */
++    REPORT_BSSINFO_CTRL_FLAGS = 0x10,   /* set if follows customer BSSINFO reporting rule */
++    ENABLE_AUTO_CTRL_FLAGS = 0x20,      /* if disabled, target doesn't
++                                          scan after a disconnect event  */
++    ENABLE_SCAN_ABORT_EVENT = 0x40      /* Scan complete event with canceled status will be generated when a scan is prempted before it gets completed */
++
++} WMI_SCAN_CTRL_FLAGS_BITS;
++
++#define CAN_SCAN_IN_CONNECT(flags)      (flags & CONNECT_SCAN_CTRL_FLAGS)
++#define CAN_SCAN_CONNECTED(flags)       (flags & SCAN_CONNECTED_CTRL_FLAGS)
++#define ENABLE_ACTIVE_SCAN(flags)       (flags & ACTIVE_SCAN_CTRL_FLAGS)
++#define ENABLE_ROAM_SCAN(flags)         (flags & ROAM_SCAN_CTRL_FLAGS)
++#define CONFIG_REPORT_BSSINFO(flags)     (flags & REPORT_BSSINFO_CTRL_FLAGS)
++#define IS_AUTO_SCAN_ENABLED(flags)      (flags & ENABLE_AUTO_CTRL_FLAGS)
++#define SCAN_ABORT_EVENT_ENABLED(flags) (flags & ENABLE_SCAN_ABORT_EVENT)
++
++#define DEFAULT_SCAN_CTRL_FLAGS         (CONNECT_SCAN_CTRL_FLAGS| SCAN_CONNECTED_CTRL_FLAGS| ACTIVE_SCAN_CTRL_FLAGS| ROAM_SCAN_CTRL_FLAGS | ENABLE_AUTO_CTRL_FLAGS)
++
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16    fg_start_period;        /* seconds */
++    A_UINT16    fg_end_period;          /* seconds */
++    A_UINT16    bg_period;              /* seconds */
++    A_UINT16    maxact_chdwell_time;    /* msec */
++    A_UINT16    pas_chdwell_time;       /* msec */
++    A_UINT8     shortScanRatio;         /* how many shorts scan for one long */
++    A_UINT8     scanCtrlFlags;
++    A_UINT16    minact_chdwell_time;    /* msec */
++    A_UINT32    max_dfsch_act_time;  /* msecs */
++} POSTPACK WMI_SCAN_PARAMS_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_BSS_FILTER_CMDID
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    NONE_BSS_FILTER = 0x0,              /* no beacons forwarded */
++    ALL_BSS_FILTER,                     /* all beacons forwarded */
++    PROFILE_FILTER,                     /* only beacons matching profile */
++    ALL_BUT_PROFILE_FILTER,             /* all but beacons matching profile */
++    CURRENT_BSS_FILTER,                 /* only beacons matching current BSS */
++    ALL_BUT_BSS_FILTER,                 /* all but beacons matching BSS */
++    PROBED_SSID_FILTER,                 /* beacons matching probed ssid */
++    LAST_BSS_FILTER,                    /* marker only */
++} WMI_BSS_FILTER;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8    bssFilter;                      /* see WMI_BSS_FILTER */
++    A_UINT32   ieMask;
++} POSTPACK WMI_BSS_FILTER_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_PROBED_SSID_CMDID
++ */
++#define MAX_PROBED_SSID_INDEX   5
++
++typedef enum {
++    DISABLE_SSID_FLAG  = 0,                  /* disables entry */
++    SPECIFIC_SSID_FLAG = 0x01,               /* probes specified ssid */
++    ANY_SSID_FLAG      = 0x02,               /* probes for any ssid */
++} WMI_SSID_FLAG;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     entryIndex;                     /* 0 to MAX_PROBED_SSID_INDEX */
++    A_UINT8     flag;                           /* WMI_SSID_FLG */
++    A_UINT8     ssidLength;
++    A_UINT8     ssid[32];
++} POSTPACK WMI_PROBED_SSID_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_LISTEN_INT_CMDID
++ * The Listen interval is between 15 and 3000 TUs
++ */
++#define MIN_LISTEN_INTERVAL 15
++#define MAX_LISTEN_INTERVAL 5000
++#define MIN_LISTEN_BEACONS 1
++#define MAX_LISTEN_BEACONS 50
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16     listenInterval;
++    A_UINT16     numBeacons;
++} POSTPACK WMI_LISTEN_INT_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_BEACON_INT_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16     beaconInterval;
++} POSTPACK WMI_BEACON_INT_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_BMISS_TIME_CMDID
++ * valid values are between 1000 and 5000 TUs
++ */
++
++#define MIN_BMISS_TIME     1000
++#define MAX_BMISS_TIME     5000
++#define MIN_BMISS_BEACONS  1
++#define MAX_BMISS_BEACONS  50
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16     bmissTime;
++    A_UINT16     numBeacons;
++} POSTPACK WMI_BMISS_TIME_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_POWER_MODE_CMDID
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    REC_POWER = 0x01,
++    MAX_PERF_POWER,
++} WMI_POWER_MODE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     powerMode;      /* WMI_POWER_MODE */
++} POSTPACK WMI_POWER_MODE_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_POWER_PARAMS_CMDID
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    IGNORE_DTIM = 0x01,
++    NORMAL_DTIM = 0x02,
++    STICK_DTIM  = 0x03,
++} WMI_DTIM_POLICY;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16    idle_period;             /* msec */
++    A_UINT16    pspoll_number;
++    A_UINT16    dtim_policy;
++} POSTPACK WMI_POWER_PARAMS_CMD;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8    power_saving;
++    A_UINT8    ttl; /* number of beacon periods */
++    A_UINT16   atim_windows;          /* msec */
++    A_UINT16   timeout_value;         /* msec */
++} POSTPACK WMI_IBSS_PM_CAPS_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_POWERSAVE_TIMERS_POLICY_CMDID
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    IGNORE_TIM_ALL_QUEUES_APSD = 0,
++    PROCESS_TIM_ALL_QUEUES_APSD = 1,
++    IGNORE_TIM_SIMULATED_APSD = 2,
++    PROCESS_TIM_SIMULATED_APSD = 3,
++} APSD_TIM_POLICY;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16    psPollTimeout;          /* msec */
++    A_UINT16    triggerTimeout;         /* msec */
++    APSD_TIM_POLICY apsdTimPolicy;      /* TIM behavior with  ques APSD enabled. Default is IGNORE_TIM_ALL_QUEUES_APSD */
++    APSD_TIM_POLICY simulatedAPSDTimPolicy;      /* TIM behavior with  simulated APSD enabled. Default is PROCESS_TIM_SIMULATED_APSD */
++} POSTPACK WMI_POWERSAVE_TIMERS_POLICY_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_VOICE_PKT_SIZE_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16    voicePktSize;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_VOICE_PKT_SIZE_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_MAX_SP_LEN_CMDID
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    DELIVER_ALL_PKT = 0x0,
++    DELIVER_2_PKT = 0x1,
++    DELIVER_4_PKT = 0x2,
++    DELIVER_6_PKT = 0x3,
++} APSD_SP_LEN_TYPE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8    maxSPLen;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_MAX_SP_LEN_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_DISC_TIMEOUT_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     disconnectTimeout;          /* seconds */
++} POSTPACK WMI_DISC_TIMEOUT_CMD;
++
++typedef enum {
++    UPLINK_TRAFFIC = 0,
++    DNLINK_TRAFFIC = 1,
++    BIDIR_TRAFFIC = 2,
++} DIR_TYPE;
++
++typedef enum {
++    DISABLE_FOR_THIS_AC = 0,
++    ENABLE_FOR_THIS_AC  = 1,
++    ENABLE_FOR_ALL_AC   = 2,
++} VOICEPS_CAP_TYPE;
++
++typedef enum {
++    TRAFFIC_TYPE_APERIODIC = 0,
++    TRAFFIC_TYPE_PERIODIC = 1,
++}TRAFFIC_TYPE;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32        minServiceInt;           /* in milli-sec */
++    A_UINT32        maxServiceInt;           /* in milli-sec */
++    A_UINT32        inactivityInt;           /* in milli-sec */
++    A_UINT32        suspensionInt;           /* in milli-sec */
++    A_UINT32        serviceStartTime;
++    A_UINT32        minDataRate;             /* in bps */
++    A_UINT32        meanDataRate;            /* in bps */
++    A_UINT32        peakDataRate;            /* in bps */
++    A_UINT32        maxBurstSize;
++    A_UINT32        delayBound;
++    A_UINT32        minPhyRate;              /* in bps */
++    A_UINT32        sba;
++    A_UINT32        mediumTime;
++    A_UINT16        nominalMSDU;             /* in octects */
++    A_UINT16        maxMSDU;                 /* in octects */
++    A_UINT8         trafficClass;
++    A_UINT8         trafficType;             /* TRAFFIC_TYPE */
++    A_UINT8         trafficDirection;        /* TRAFFIC_DIR */
++    A_UINT8         voicePSCapability;       /* VOICEPS_CAP_TYPE */
++    A_UINT8         tsid;
++    A_UINT8         userPriority;            /* 802.1D user priority */
++} POSTPACK WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_DELETE_PSTREAM_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     trafficClass;
++    A_UINT8     tsid;
++} POSTPACK WMI_DELETE_PSTREAM_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_CHANNEL_PARAMS_CMDID
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    WMI_11A_MODE  = 0x1,
++    WMI_11G_MODE  = 0x2,
++    WMI_11AG_MODE = 0x3,
++    WMI_11B_MODE  = 0x4,
++    WMI_11GONLY_MODE = 0x5,
++} WMI_PHY_MODE;
++
++#define WMI_MAX_CHANNELS        32
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     reserved1;
++    A_UINT8     scanParam;              /* set if enable scan */
++    A_UINT8     phyMode;                /* see WMI_PHY_MODE */
++    A_UINT8     numChannels;            /* how many channels follow */
++    A_UINT16    channelList[1];         /* channels in Mhz */
++} POSTPACK WMI_CHANNEL_PARAMS_CMD;
++
++
++/*
++ *  WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMDID
++ *  Setting the polltime to 0 would disable polling.
++ *  Threshold values are in the ascending order, and should agree to:
++ *  (lowThreshold_lowerVal < lowThreshold_upperVal < highThreshold_lowerVal
++ *      < highThreshold_upperVal)
++ */
++
++typedef PREPACK struct WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS{
++    A_UINT32    pollTime;               /* Polling time as a factor of LI */
++    A_INT16     thresholdAbove1_Val;          /* lowest of upper */
++    A_INT16     thresholdAbove2_Val;
++    A_INT16     thresholdAbove3_Val;
++    A_INT16     thresholdAbove4_Val;
++    A_INT16     thresholdAbove5_Val;
++    A_INT16     thresholdAbove6_Val;          /* highest of upper */
++    A_INT16     thresholdBelow1_Val;         /* lowest of bellow */
++    A_INT16     thresholdBelow2_Val;
++    A_INT16     thresholdBelow3_Val;
++    A_INT16     thresholdBelow4_Val;
++    A_INT16     thresholdBelow5_Val;
++    A_INT16     thresholdBelow6_Val;         /* highest of bellow */
++    A_UINT8     weight;                  /* "alpha" */
++    A_UINT8     reserved[3];
++} POSTPACK  WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD;
++
++/*
++ *  WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMDID
++ *  Setting the polltime to 0 would disable polling.
++ */
++
++typedef PREPACK struct WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS{
++    A_UINT32    pollTime;               /* Polling time as a factor of LI */
++    A_UINT8     weight;                  /* "alpha" */
++    A_UINT8     thresholdAbove1_Val;      /* lowest of uppper*/
++    A_UINT8     thresholdAbove2_Val;
++    A_UINT8     thresholdAbove3_Val;
++    A_UINT8     thresholdAbove4_Val;      /* highest of upper */
++    A_UINT8     thresholdBelow1_Val;     /* lowest of bellow */
++    A_UINT8     thresholdBelow2_Val;
++    A_UINT8     thresholdBelow3_Val;
++    A_UINT8     thresholdBelow4_Val;     /* highest of bellow */
++    A_UINT8     reserved[3];
++} POSTPACK WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD;
++
++/*
++ *  WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS {
++    A_UINT8     enable;
++    A_UINT8     thresholdAbove1_Val;
++    A_UINT8     thresholdAbove2_Val;
++    A_UINT8     thresholdAbove3_Val;
++    A_UINT8     thresholdAbove4_Val;
++    A_UINT8     thresholdBelow1_Val;
++    A_UINT8     thresholdBelow2_Val;
++    A_UINT8     thresholdBelow3_Val;
++    A_UINT8     thresholdBelow4_Val;
++    A_UINT8     reserved[3];
++} POSTPACK  WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD;
++
++typedef enum {
++    WMI_LPREAMBLE_DISABLED = 0,
++    WMI_LPREAMBLE_ENABLED
++} WMI_LPREAMBLE_STATUS;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     status;
++}POSTPACK WMI_SET_LPREAMBLE_CMD;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16    threshold;
++}POSTPACK WMI_SET_RTS_CMD;
++
++/*
++ *  WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_BITMASK_CMDID
++ *  Sets the error reporting event bitmask in target. Target clears it
++ *  upon an error. Subsequent errors are counted, but not reported
++ *  via event, unless the bitmask is set again.
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32    bitmask;
++} POSTPACK  WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_BITMASK;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_TX_PWR_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     dbM;                  /* in dbM units */
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_TX_PWR_CMD, WMI_TX_PWR_REPLY;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_ASSOC_INFO_CMDID
++ *
++ * A maximum of 2 private IEs can be sent in the [Re]Assoc request.
++ * A 3rd one, the CCX version IE can also be set from the host.
++ */
++#define WMI_MAX_ASSOC_INFO_TYPE    2
++#define WMI_CCX_VER_IE             2 /* ieType to set CCX Version IE */
++
++#define WMI_MAX_ASSOC_INFO_LEN     240
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     ieType;
++    A_UINT8     bufferSize;
++    A_UINT8     assocInfo[1];       /* up to WMI_MAX_ASSOC_INFO_LEN */
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_ASSOC_INFO_CMD;
++
++
++/*
++ * WMI_GET_TX_PWR_CMDID does not take any parameters
++ */
++
++/*
++ * WMI_ADD_BAD_AP_CMDID
++ */
++#define WMI_MAX_BAD_AP_INDEX      1
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     badApIndex;         /* 0 to WMI_MAX_BAD_AP_INDEX */
++    A_UINT8     bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++} POSTPACK WMI_ADD_BAD_AP_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_DELETE_BAD_AP_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     badApIndex;         /* 0 to WMI_MAX_BAD_AP_INDEX */
++} POSTPACK WMI_DELETE_BAD_AP_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_ACCESS_PARAMS_CMDID
++ */
++#define WMI_DEFAULT_TXOP_ACPARAM    0       /* implies one MSDU */
++#define WMI_DEFAULT_ECWMIN_ACPARAM  4       /* corresponds to CWmin of 15 */
++#define WMI_DEFAULT_ECWMAX_ACPARAM  10      /* corresponds to CWmax of 1023 */
++#define WMI_MAX_CW_ACPARAM          15      /* maximum eCWmin or eCWmax */
++#define WMI_DEFAULT_AIFSN_ACPARAM   2
++#define WMI_MAX_AIFSN_ACPARAM       15
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16 txop;                      /* in units of 32 usec */
++    A_UINT8  eCWmin;
++    A_UINT8  eCWmax;
++    A_UINT8  aifsn;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_ACCESS_PARAMS_CMD;
++
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_RETRY_LIMITS_CMDID
++ *
++ * This command is used to customize the number of retries the
++ * wlan device will perform on a given frame.
++ */
++#define WMI_MIN_RETRIES 2
++#define WMI_MAX_RETRIES 13
++typedef enum {
++    MGMT_FRAMETYPE    = 0,
++    CONTROL_FRAMETYPE = 1,
++    DATA_FRAMETYPE    = 2
++} WMI_FRAMETYPE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 frameType;                      /* WMI_FRAMETYPE */
++    A_UINT8 trafficClass;                   /* applies only to DATA_FRAMETYPE */
++    A_UINT8 maxRetries;
++    A_UINT8 enableNotify;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_RETRY_LIMITS_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_ROAM_CTRL_CMDID
++ *
++ * This command is used to influence the Roaming behaviour
++ * Set the host biases of the BSSs before setting the roam mode as bias
++ * based.
++ */
++
++/*
++ * Different types of Roam Control
++ */
++
++typedef enum {
++        WMI_FORCE_ROAM          = 1,      /* Roam to the specified BSSID */
++        WMI_SET_ROAM_MODE       = 2,      /* default ,progd bias, no roam */
++        WMI_SET_HOST_BIAS       = 3,     /* Set the Host Bias */
++        WMI_SET_LOWRSSI_SCAN_PARAMS = 4, /* Set lowrssi Scan parameters */
++} WMI_ROAM_CTRL_TYPE;
++
++#define WMI_MIN_ROAM_CTRL_TYPE WMI_FORCE_ROAM
++#define WMI_MAX_ROAM_CTRL_TYPE WMI_SET_LOWRSSI_SCAN_PARAMS
++
++/*
++ * ROAM MODES
++ */
++
++typedef enum {
++        WMI_DEFAULT_ROAM_MODE   = 1,  /* RSSI based ROAM */
++        WMI_HOST_BIAS_ROAM_MODE = 2, /* HOST BIAS based ROAM */
++        WMI_LOCK_BSS_MODE  = 3  /* Lock to the Current BSS - no Roam */
++} WMI_ROAM_MODE;
++
++/*
++ * BSS HOST BIAS INFO
++ */
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++        A_UINT8 bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++        A_INT8  bias;
++} POSTPACK WMI_BSS_BIAS;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++        A_UINT8 numBss;
++        WMI_BSS_BIAS bssBias[1];
++} POSTPACK WMI_BSS_BIAS_INFO;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct WMI_LOWRSSI_SCAN_PARAMS {
++        A_UINT16 lowrssi_scan_period;
++        A_INT16  lowrssi_scan_threshold;
++        A_INT16  lowrssi_roam_threshold;
++        A_UINT8  roam_rssi_floor;
++        A_UINT8  reserved[1];              /* For alignment */
++} POSTPACK WMI_LOWRSSI_SCAN_PARAMS;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    PREPACK union {
++        A_UINT8 bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN]; /* WMI_FORCE_ROAM */
++        A_UINT8 roamMode;           /* WMI_SET_ROAM_MODE  */
++        WMI_BSS_BIAS_INFO bssBiasInfo; /* WMI_SET_HOST_BIAS */
++        WMI_LOWRSSI_SCAN_PARAMS lrScanParams;
++    } POSTPACK info;
++    A_UINT8   roamCtrlType ;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_ROAM_CTRL_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_ENABLE_RM_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++        A_BOOL enable_radio_measurements;
++} POSTPACK WMI_ENABLE_RM_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_MAX_OFFHOME_DURATION_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++        A_UINT8 max_offhome_duration;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_MAX_OFFHOME_DURATION_CMD;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32 frequency;
++    A_UINT8  threshold;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_PARAMS_CMD;
++
++typedef enum {
++    BT_STREAM_UNDEF = 0,
++    BT_STREAM_SCO,             /* SCO stream */
++    BT_STREAM_A2DP,            /* A2DP stream */
++    BT_STREAM_MAX
++} BT_STREAM_TYPE;
++
++typedef enum {
++    BT_PARAM_SCO = 1,         /* SCO stream parameters */
++    BT_PARAM_A2DP,            /* A2DP stream parameters */
++    BT_PARAM_MISC,            /* miscellaneous parameters */
++    BT_PARAM_REGS,            /* co-existence register parameters */
++    BT_PARAM_MAX
++} BT_PARAM_TYPE;
++
++typedef enum {
++    BT_STATUS_UNDEF = 0,
++    BT_STATUS_START,
++    BT_STATUS_STOP,
++    BT_STATUS_RESUME,
++    BT_STATUS_SUSPEND,
++    BT_STATUS_MAX
++} BT_STREAM_STATUS;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 streamType;
++    A_UINT8 status;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_BT_STATUS_CMD;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 noSCOPkts;
++    A_UINT8 pspollTimeout;
++    A_UINT8 stompbt;
++} POSTPACK BT_PARAMS_SCO;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32 period;
++    A_UINT32 dutycycle;
++    A_UINT8  stompbt;
++} POSTPACK BT_PARAMS_A2DP;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32 mode;
++    A_UINT32 scoWghts;
++    A_UINT32 a2dpWghts;
++    A_UINT32 genWghts;
++    A_UINT32 mode2;
++    A_UINT8  setVal;
++} POSTPACK BT_COEX_REGS;
++
++typedef enum {
++    WLAN_PROTECT_POLICY = 1,
++    WLAN_COEX_CTRL_FLAGS
++} BT_PARAMS_MISC_TYPE;
++
++typedef enum {
++    WLAN_PROTECT_PER_STREAM = 0x01,   /* default */
++    WLAN_PROTECT_ANY_TX = 0x02
++} WLAN_PROTECT_FLAGS;
++
++
++#define WLAN_DISABLE_COEX_IN_DISCONNECT   0x01 /* default */
++#define WLAN_KEEP_COEX_IN_DISCONNECT      0x02
++#define WLAN_STOMPBT_IN_DISCONNECT        0x04
++
++#define WLAN_DISABLE_COEX_IN_ROAM         0x10 /* default */
++#define WLAN_KEEP_COEX_IN_ROAM            0x20
++#define WLAN_STOMPBT_IN_ROAM              0x40
++
++#define WLAN_DISABLE_COEX_IN_SCAN        0x100 /* default */
++#define WLAN_KEEP_COEX_IN_SCAN           0x200
++#define WLAN_STOMPBT_IN_SCAN             0x400
++
++#define WLAN_DISABLE_COEX_BT_OFF        0x1000 /* default */
++#define WLAN_KEEP_COEX_BT_OFF           0x2000
++#define WLAN_STOMPBT_BT_OFF             0x4000
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32 period;
++    A_UINT32 dutycycle;
++    A_UINT8  stompbt;
++    A_UINT8  policy;
++} POSTPACK WLAN_PROTECT_POLICY_TYPE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    PREPACK union {
++        WLAN_PROTECT_POLICY_TYPE protectParams;
++        A_UINT16 wlanCtrlFlags;
++    } POSTPACK info;
++    A_UINT8 paramType;
++} POSTPACK BT_PARAMS_MISC;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    PREPACK union {
++        BT_PARAMS_SCO scoParams;
++        BT_PARAMS_A2DP a2dpParams;
++        BT_PARAMS_MISC miscParams;
++        BT_COEX_REGS regs;
++    } POSTPACK info;
++    A_UINT8 paramType;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_BT_PARAMS_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * Command Replies
++ */
++
++/*
++ * WMI_GET_CHANNEL_LIST_CMDID reply
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     reserved1;
++    A_UINT8     numChannels;            /* number of channels in reply */
++    A_UINT16    channelList[1];         /* channel in Mhz */
++} POSTPACK WMI_CHANNEL_LIST_REPLY;
++
++typedef enum {
++    A_SUCCEEDED = A_OK,
++    A_FAILED_DELETE_STREAM_DOESNOT_EXIST=250,
++    A_SUCCEEDED_MODIFY_STREAM=251,
++    A_FAILED_INVALID_STREAM = 252,
++    A_FAILED_MAX_THINSTREAMS = 253,
++    A_FAILED_CREATE_REMOVE_PSTREAM_FIRST = 254,
++} PSTREAM_REPLY_STATUS;
++
++/*
++ * List of Events (target to host)
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    WMI_READY_EVENTID           = 0x1001,
++    WMI_CONNECT_EVENTID,
++    WMI_DISCONNECT_EVENTID,
++    WMI_BSSINFO_EVENTID,
++    WMI_CMDERROR_EVENTID,
++    WMI_REGDOMAIN_EVENTID,
++    WMI_PSTREAM_TIMEOUT_EVENTID,
++    WMI_NEIGHBOR_REPORT_EVENTID,
++    WMI_TKIP_MICERR_EVENTID,
++    WMI_SCAN_COMPLETE_EVENTID,
++    WMI_REPORT_STATISTICS_EVENTID,
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_EVENTID,
++    WMI_ERROR_REPORT_EVENTID,
++    WMI_OPT_RX_FRAME_EVENTID,
++    WMI_REPORT_ROAM_TBL_EVENTID,
++    WMI_EXTENSION_EVENTID,
++    WMI_CAC_EVENTID,
++    WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_EVENTID,
++    WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_EVENTID,
++    WMI_TX_RETRY_ERR_EVENTID,
++    WMI_REPORT_ROAM_DATA_EVENTID,
++    WMI_TEST_EVENTID,
++    WMI_APLIST_EVENTID,
++    WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_EVENTID,
++    WMI_GET_PMKID_LIST_EVENTID
++} WMI_EVENT_ID;
++
++typedef enum {
++    WMI_11A_CAPABILITY   = 1,
++    WMI_11G_CAPABILITY   = 2,
++    WMI_11AG_CAPABILITY  = 3,
++} WMI_PHY_CAPABILITY;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     macaddr[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_UINT8     phyCapability;              /* WMI_PHY_CAPABILITY */
++} POSTPACK WMI_READY_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ * Connect Event
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16    channel;
++    A_UINT8     bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_UINT16    listenInterval;
++    A_UINT16    beaconInterval;
++    NETWORK_TYPE  networkType;
++    A_UINT8     beaconIeLen;
++    A_UINT8     assocReqLen;
++    A_UINT8     assocRespLen;
++    A_UINT8     assocInfo[1];
++} POSTPACK WMI_CONNECT_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ * Disconnect Event
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    NO_NETWORK_AVAIL   = 0x01,
++    LOST_LINK          = 0x02,     /* bmiss */
++    DISCONNECT_CMD     = 0x03,
++    BSS_DISCONNECTED   = 0x04,
++    AUTH_FAILED        = 0x05,
++    ASSOC_FAILED       = 0x06,
++    NO_RESOURCES_AVAIL = 0x07,
++    CSERV_DISCONNECT   = 0x08,
++    INVALID_PROFILE    = 0x0a,
++} WMI_DISCONNECT_REASON;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16    protocolReasonStatus;  /* reason code, see 802.11 spec. */
++    A_UINT8     bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];    /* set if known */
++    A_UINT8     disconnectReason ;      /* see WMI_DISCONNECT_REASON */
++    A_UINT8     assocRespLen;
++    A_UINT8     assocInfo[1];
++} POSTPACK WMI_DISCONNECT_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ * BSS Info Event.
++ * Mechanism used to inform host of the presence and characteristic of
++ * wireless networks present.  Consists of bss info header followed by
++ * the beacon or probe-response frame body.  The 802.11 header is not included.
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    BEACON_FTYPE = 0x1,
++    PROBERESP_FTYPE,
++    ACTION_MGMT_FTYPE,
++} WMI_BI_FTYPE;
++
++enum {
++    BSS_ELEMID_CHANSWITCH = 0x01,
++    BSS_ELEMID_ATHEROS = 0x02,
++};
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16    channel;
++    A_UINT8     frameType;          /* see WMI_BI_FTYPE */
++    A_UINT8     snr;
++    A_INT16     rssi;
++    A_UINT8     bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_UINT32    ieMask;
++} POSTPACK WMI_BSS_INFO_HDR;
++
++/*
++ * Command Error Event
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    INVALID_PARAM  = 0x01,
++    ILLEGAL_STATE  = 0x02,
++    INTERNAL_ERROR = 0x03,
++} WMI_ERROR_CODE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16    commandId;
++    A_UINT8     errorCode;
++} POSTPACK WMI_CMD_ERROR_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ * New Regulatory Domain Event
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32    regDomain;
++} POSTPACK WMI_REG_DOMAIN_EVENT;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     trafficClass;
++} POSTPACK WMI_PSTREAM_TIMEOUT_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ * The WMI_NEIGHBOR_REPORT Event is generated by the target to inform
++ * the host of BSS's it has found that matches the current profile.
++ * It can be used by the host to cache PMKs and/to initiate pre-authentication
++ * if the BSS supports it.  The first bssid is always the current associated
++ * BSS.
++ * The bssid and bssFlags information repeats according to the number
++ * or APs reported.
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    WMI_DEFAULT_BSS_FLAGS   = 0x00,
++    WMI_PREAUTH_CAPABLE_BSS = 0x01,
++    WMI_PMKID_VALID_BSS     = 0x02,
++} WMI_BSS_FLAGS;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_UINT8     bssFlags;            /* see WMI_BSS_FLAGS */
++} POSTPACK WMI_NEIGHBOR_INFO;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_INT8      numberOfAps;
++    WMI_NEIGHBOR_INFO neighbor[1];
++} POSTPACK WMI_NEIGHBOR_REPORT_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ * TKIP MIC Error Event
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 keyid;
++    A_UINT8 ismcast;
++} POSTPACK WMI_TKIP_MICERR_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SCAN_COMPLETE_EVENTID - no parameters (old), staus parameter (new)
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_STATUS status;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SCAN_COMPLETE_EVENT;
++
++#define MAX_OPT_DATA_LEN 1400
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_ADHOC_BSSID_CMDID
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_ADHOC_BSSID_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_OPT_MODE_CMDID
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    SPECIAL_OFF,
++    SPECIAL_ON,
++} OPT_MODE_TYPE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     optMode;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_OPT_MODE_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_TX_OPT_FRAME_CMDID
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    OPT_PROBE_REQ   = 0x01,
++    OPT_PROBE_RESP  = 0x02,
++    OPT_CPPP_START  = 0x03,
++    OPT_CPPP_STOP   = 0x04,
++} WMI_OPT_FTYPE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16    optIEDataLen;
++    A_UINT8     frmType;
++    A_UINT8     dstAddr[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_UINT8     bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_UINT8     reserved;               /* For alignment */
++    A_UINT8     optIEData[1];
++} POSTPACK WMI_OPT_TX_FRAME_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * Special frame receive Event.
++ * Mechanism used to inform host of the receiption of the special frames.
++ * Consists of special frame info header followed by special frame body.
++ * The 802.11 header is not included.
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16    channel;
++    A_UINT8     frameType;          /* see WMI_OPT_FTYPE */
++    A_INT8      snr;
++    A_UINT8     srcAddr[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_UINT8     bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++} POSTPACK WMI_OPT_RX_INFO_HDR;
++
++/*
++ * Reporting statistics.
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32   tx_packets;
++    A_UINT32   tx_bytes;
++    A_UINT32   tx_unicast_pkts;
++    A_UINT32   tx_unicast_bytes;
++    A_UINT32   tx_multicast_pkts;
++    A_UINT32   tx_multicast_bytes;
++    A_UINT32   tx_broadcast_pkts;
++    A_UINT32   tx_broadcast_bytes;
++    A_UINT32   tx_rts_success_cnt;
++    A_UINT32   tx_packet_per_ac[4];
++    A_UINT32   tx_errors_per_ac[4];
++
++    A_UINT32   tx_errors;
++    A_UINT32   tx_failed_cnt;
++    A_UINT32   tx_retry_cnt;
++    A_UINT32   tx_rts_fail_cnt;
++    A_INT32    tx_unicast_rate;
++}POSTPACK tx_stats_t;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32   rx_packets;
++    A_UINT32   rx_bytes;
++    A_UINT32   rx_unicast_pkts;
++    A_UINT32   rx_unicast_bytes;
++    A_UINT32   rx_multicast_pkts;
++    A_UINT32   rx_multicast_bytes;
++    A_UINT32   rx_broadcast_pkts;
++    A_UINT32   rx_broadcast_bytes;
++    A_UINT32   rx_fragment_pkt;
++
++    A_UINT32   rx_errors;
++    A_UINT32   rx_crcerr;
++    A_UINT32   rx_key_cache_miss;
++    A_UINT32   rx_decrypt_err;
++    A_UINT32   rx_duplicate_frames;
++    A_INT32    rx_unicast_rate;
++}POSTPACK rx_stats_t;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32   tkip_local_mic_failure;
++    A_UINT32   tkip_counter_measures_invoked;
++    A_UINT32   tkip_replays;
++    A_UINT32   tkip_format_errors;
++    A_UINT32   ccmp_format_errors;
++    A_UINT32   ccmp_replays;
++}POSTPACK tkip_ccmp_stats_t;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32   power_save_failure_cnt;
++}POSTPACK pm_stats_t;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32    cs_bmiss_cnt;
++    A_UINT32    cs_lowRssi_cnt;
++    A_UINT16    cs_connect_cnt;
++    A_UINT16    cs_disconnect_cnt;
++    A_INT16     cs_aveBeacon_rssi;
++    A_UINT16    cs_roam_count;
++    A_UINT16    cs_rssi;
++    A_UINT8     cs_snr;
++    A_UINT8     cs_aveBeacon_snr;
++    A_UINT8     cs_lastRoam_msec;
++} POSTPACK cserv_stats_t;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    tx_stats_t          tx_stats;
++    rx_stats_t          rx_stats;
++    tkip_ccmp_stats_t   tkipCcmpStats;
++}POSTPACK wlan_net_stats_t;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32    wow_num_pkts_dropped;
++    A_UINT16    wow_num_events_discarded;
++    A_UINT8     wow_num_host_pkt_wakeups;
++    A_UINT8     wow_num_host_event_wakeups;
++} POSTPACK wlan_wow_stats_t;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32            lqVal;
++    A_INT32             noise_floor_calibation;
++    pm_stats_t          pmStats;
++    wlan_net_stats_t    txrxStats;
++    wlan_wow_stats_t    wowStats;
++    cserv_stats_t       cservStats;
++} POSTPACK WMI_TARGET_STATS;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_EVENTID.
++ * Indicate the RSSI events to host. Events are indicated when we breach a
++ * thresold value.
++ */
++typedef enum{
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD1_ABOVE = 0,
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD2_ABOVE,
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD3_ABOVE,
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD4_ABOVE,
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD5_ABOVE,
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD6_ABOVE,
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD1_BELOW,
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD2_BELOW,
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD3_BELOW,
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD4_BELOW,
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD5_BELOW,
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD6_BELOW
++}WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_VAL;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_INT16 rssi;
++    A_UINT8 range;
++}POSTPACK WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ *  WMI_ERROR_REPORT_EVENTID
++ */
++typedef enum{
++    WMI_TARGET_PM_ERR_FAIL      = 0x00000001,
++    WMI_TARGET_KEY_NOT_FOUND    = 0x00000002,
++    WMI_TARGET_DECRYPTION_ERR   = 0x00000004,
++    WMI_TARGET_BMISS            = 0x00000008,
++    WMI_PSDISABLE_NODE_JOIN     = 0x00000010,
++    WMI_TARGET_COM_ERR          = 0x00000020,
++    WMI_TARGET_FATAL_ERR        = 0x00000040
++} WMI_TARGET_ERROR_VAL;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32 errorVal;
++}POSTPACK  WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_EVENT;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 retrys;
++}POSTPACK  WMI_TX_RETRY_ERR_EVENT;
++
++typedef enum{
++    WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD1_ABOVE = 1,
++    WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD1_BELOW,
++    WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD2_ABOVE,
++    WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD2_BELOW,
++    WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD3_ABOVE,
++    WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD3_BELOW,
++    WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD4_ABOVE,
++    WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD4_BELOW
++} WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_VAL;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 range;  /* WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_VAL */
++    A_UINT8 snr;
++}POSTPACK  WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_EVENT;
++
++typedef enum{
++    WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD1_ABOVE = 1,
++    WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD1_BELOW,
++    WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD2_ABOVE,
++    WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD2_BELOW,
++    WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD3_ABOVE,
++    WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD3_BELOW,
++    WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD4_ABOVE,
++    WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD4_BELOW
++} WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_VAL;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_INT32 lq;
++    A_UINT8 range;  /* WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_VAL */
++}POSTPACK  WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_EVENT;
++/*
++ * WMI_REPORT_ROAM_TBL_EVENTID
++ */
++#define MAX_ROAM_TBL_CAND   5
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_INT32 roam_util;
++    A_UINT8 bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_INT8  rssi;
++    A_INT8  rssidt;
++    A_INT8  last_rssi;
++    A_INT8  util;
++    A_INT8  bias;
++    A_UINT8 reserved; /* For alignment */
++} POSTPACK WMI_BSS_ROAM_INFO;
++
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16  roamMode;
++    A_UINT16  numEntries;
++    WMI_BSS_ROAM_INFO bssRoamInfo[1];
++} POSTPACK WMI_TARGET_ROAM_TBL;
++
++/*
++ *  WMI_CAC_EVENTID
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    CAC_INDICATION_ADMISSION = 0x00,
++    CAC_INDICATION_ADMISSION_RESP = 0x01,
++    CAC_INDICATION_DELETE = 0x02,
++    CAC_INDICATION_NO_RESP = 0x03,
++}CAC_INDICATION;
++
++#define WMM_TSPEC_IE_LEN   63
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 ac;
++    A_UINT8 cac_indication;
++    A_UINT8 statusCode;
++    A_UINT8 tspecSuggestion[WMM_TSPEC_IE_LEN];
++}POSTPACK  WMI_CAC_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_APLIST_EVENTID
++ */
++
++typedef enum {
++    APLIST_VER1 = 1,
++} APLIST_VER;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_UINT16    channel;
++} POSTPACK  WMI_AP_INFO_V1;
++
++typedef PREPACK union {
++    WMI_AP_INFO_V1  apInfoV1;
++} POSTPACK WMI_AP_INFO;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     apListVer;
++    A_UINT8     numAP;
++    WMI_AP_INFO apList[1];
++} POSTPACK WMI_APLIST_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ * developer commands
++ */
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_BITRATE_CMDID
++ *
++ * Get bit rate cmd uses same definition as set bit rate cmd
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    RATE_AUTO   = -1,
++    RATE_1Mb    = 0,
++    RATE_2Mb    = 1,
++    RATE_5_5Mb  = 2,
++    RATE_11Mb   = 3,
++    RATE_6Mb    = 4,
++    RATE_9Mb    = 5,
++    RATE_12Mb   = 6,
++    RATE_18Mb   = 7,
++    RATE_24Mb   = 8,
++    RATE_36Mb   = 9,
++    RATE_48Mb   = 10,
++    RATE_54Mb   = 11,
++} WMI_BIT_RATE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_INT8      rateIndex;          /* see WMI_BIT_RATE */
++} POSTPACK WMI_BIT_RATE_CMD, WMI_BIT_RATE_REPLY;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_FIXRATES_CMDID
++ *
++ * Get fix rates cmd uses same definition as set fix rates cmd
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    FIX_RATE_1Mb    = 0x1,
++    FIX_RATE_2Mb    = 0x2,
++    FIX_RATE_5_5Mb  = 0x4,
++    FIX_RATE_11Mb   = 0x8,
++    FIX_RATE_6Mb    = 0x10,
++    FIX_RATE_9Mb    = 0x20,
++    FIX_RATE_12Mb   = 0x40,
++    FIX_RATE_18Mb   = 0x80,
++    FIX_RATE_24Mb   = 0x100,
++    FIX_RATE_36Mb   = 0x200,
++    FIX_RATE_48Mb   = 0x400,
++    FIX_RATE_54Mb   = 0x800,
++} WMI_FIX_RATES_MASK;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16      fixRateMask;          /* see WMI_BIT_RATE */
++} POSTPACK WMI_FIX_RATES_CMD, WMI_FIX_RATES_REPLY;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_RECONNECT_AUTH_MODE_CMDID
++ *
++ * Set authentication mode
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    RECONN_DO_AUTH = 0x00,
++    RECONN_NOT_AUTH = 0x01
++} WMI_AUTH_MODE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 mode;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_AUTH_MODE_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_REASSOC_MODE_CMDID
++ *
++ * Set authentication mode
++ */
++typedef enum {
++    REASSOC_DO_DISASSOC = 0x00,
++    REASSOC_DONOT_DISASSOC = 0x01
++} WMI_REASSOC_MODE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 mode;
++}POSTPACK WMI_SET_REASSOC_MODE_CMD;
++
++typedef enum {
++    ROAM_DATA_TIME = 1,            /* Get The Roam Time Data */
++} ROAM_DATA_TYPE;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32        disassoc_time;
++    A_UINT32        no_txrx_time;
++    A_UINT32        assoc_time;
++    A_UINT32        allow_txrx_time;
++    A_UINT32        last_data_txrx_time;
++    A_UINT32        first_data_txrx_time;
++    A_UINT8         disassoc_bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_INT8          disassoc_bss_rssi;
++    A_UINT8         assoc_bssid[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_INT8          assoc_bss_rssi;
++} POSTPACK WMI_TARGET_ROAM_TIME;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    PREPACK union {
++        WMI_TARGET_ROAM_TIME roamTime;
++    } POSTPACK u;
++    A_UINT8 roamDataType ;
++} POSTPACK WMI_TARGET_ROAM_DATA;
++
++typedef enum {
++    WMI_WMM_DISABLED = 0,
++    WMI_WMM_ENABLED
++} WMI_WMM_STATUS;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8    status;
++}POSTPACK WMI_SET_WMM_CMD;
++
++typedef enum {
++    WMI_TXOP_DISABLED = 0,
++    WMI_TXOP_ENABLED
++} WMI_TXOP_CFG;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8    txopEnable;
++}POSTPACK WMI_SET_WMM_TXOP_CMD;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 keepaliveInterval;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_KEEPALIVE_CMD;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_BOOL configured;
++    A_UINT8 keepaliveInterval;
++} POSTPACK WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * Add Application specified IE to a management frame
++ */
++#define WMI_MAX_IE_LEN  78
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 mgmtFrmType;  /* one of WMI_MGMT_FRAME_TYPE */
++    A_UINT8 ieLen;    /* Length  of the IE that should be added to the MGMT frame */
++    A_UINT8 ieInfo[1];
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_APPIE_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * Notify the WSC registration status to the target
++ */
++#define WSC_REG_ACTIVE     1
++#define WSC_REG_INACTIVE   0
++/* Generic Hal Interface for setting hal paramters. */
++/* Add new Set HAL Param cmdIds here for newer params */
++typedef enum {
++   WHAL_SETCABTO_CMDID = 1,
++}WHAL_CMDID;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 cabTimeOut;
++} POSTPACK WHAL_SETCABTO_PARAM;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8  whalCmdId;
++    A_UINT8 data[1];
++} POSTPACK WHAL_PARAMCMD;
++
++
++#define WOW_MAX_FILTER_LISTS 1 /*4*/
++#define WOW_MAX_FILTERS_PER_LIST 4
++#define WOW_PATTERN_SIZE 64
++#define WOW_MASK_SIZE 64
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 wow_valid_filter;
++    A_UINT8 wow_filter_id;
++    A_UINT8 wow_filter_size;
++    A_UINT8 wow_filter_offset;
++    A_UINT8 wow_filter_mask[WOW_MASK_SIZE];
++    A_UINT8 wow_filter_pattern[WOW_PATTERN_SIZE];
++} POSTPACK WOW_FILTER;
++
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 wow_valid_list;
++    A_UINT8 wow_list_id;
++    A_UINT8 wow_num_filters;
++    A_UINT8 wow_total_list_size;
++    WOW_FILTER list[WOW_MAX_FILTERS_PER_LIST];
++} POSTPACK WOW_FILTER_LIST;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_BOOL awake;
++    A_BOOL asleep;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_HOST_SLEEP_MODE_CMD;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_BOOL enable_wow;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_WOW_MODE_CMD;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 filter_list_id;
++} POSTPACK WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_CMD reply
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8     num_filters;     /* number of patterns in reply */
++    A_UINT8     this_filter_num; /*  this is filter # x of total num_filters */
++    A_UINT8     wow_mode;
++    A_UINT8     host_mode;
++    WOW_FILTER  wow_filters[1];
++} POSTPACK WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_REPLY;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 filter_list_id;
++    A_UINT8 filter_size;
++    A_UINT8 filter_offset;
++    A_UINT8 filter[1];
++} POSTPACK WMI_ADD_WOW_PATTERN_CMD;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT16 filter_list_id;
++    A_UINT16 filter_id;
++} POSTPACK WMI_DEL_WOW_PATTERN_CMD;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 macaddr[ATH_MAC_LEN];
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_MAC_ADDRESS_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS_CMD
++ */
++
++#define WMI_AKMP_MULTI_PMKID_EN   0x000001
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32    akmpInfo;
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS_CMD;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT8 pmkid[WMI_PMKID_LEN];
++} POSTPACK WMI_PMKID;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_SET_PMKID_LIST_CMD
++ */
++#define WMI_MAX_PMKID_CACHE   8
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32    numPMKID;
++    WMI_PMKID   pmkidList[WMI_MAX_PMKID_CACHE];
++} POSTPACK WMI_SET_PMKID_LIST_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMI_GET_PMKID_LIST_CMD  Reply
++ * Following the Number of PMKIDs is the list of PMKIDs
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32    numPMKID;
++    WMI_PMKID   pmkidList[1];
++} POSTPACK WMI_PMKID_LIST_REPLY;
++
++/* index used for priority streams */
++typedef enum {
++    WMI_NOT_MAPPED  = -1,
++    WMI_CONTROL_PRI = 0,
++    WMI_BEST_EFFORT_PRI = 1,
++    WMI_LOW_PRI = 2,
++    WMI_HIGH_PRI = 3,
++    WMI_HIGHEST_PRI,
++    WMI_PRI_MAX_COUNT
++} WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID;
++
++#ifndef ATH_TARGET
++#include "athendpack.h"
++#endif
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _WMI_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wmix.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include/wmix.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,233 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2005 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ * $ATH_LICENSE_HOSTSDK0_C$
++ *
++ * This file contains extensions of the WMI protocol specified in the
++ * Wireless Module Interface (WMI).  It includes definitions of all
++ * extended commands and events.  Extensions include useful commands
++ * that are not directly related to wireless activities.  They may
++ * be hardware-specific, and they might not be supported on all
++ * implementations.
++ *
++ * Extended WMIX commands are encapsulated in a WMI message with
++ * cmd=WMI_EXTENSION_CMD.
++ *
++ */
++
++#ifndef _WMIX_H_
++#define _WMIX_H_
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++extern "C" {
++#endif
++
++#ifndef ATH_TARGET
++#include "athstartpack.h"
++#endif
++
++#include "dbglog.h"
++
++/*
++ * Extended WMI commands are those that are needed during wireless
++ * operation, but which are not really wireless commands.  This allows,
++ * for instance, platform-specific commands.  Extended WMI commands are
++ * embedded in a WMI command message with WMI_COMMAND_ID=WMI_EXTENSION_CMDID.
++ * Extended WMI events are similarly embedded in a WMI event message with
++ * WMI_EVENT_ID=WMI_EXTENSION_EVENTID.
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32    commandId;
++} POSTPACK WMIX_CMD_HDR;
++
++typedef enum {
++    WMIX_DSETOPEN_REPLY_CMDID           = 0x2001,
++    WMIX_DSETDATA_REPLY_CMDID,
++    WMIX_GPIO_OUTPUT_SET_CMDID,
++    WMIX_GPIO_INPUT_GET_CMDID,
++    WMIX_GPIO_REGISTER_SET_CMDID,
++    WMIX_GPIO_REGISTER_GET_CMDID,
++    WMIX_GPIO_INTR_ACK_CMDID,
++    WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_CMDID,
++    WMIX_DBGLOG_CFG_MODULE_CMDID,
++} WMIX_COMMAND_ID;
++
++typedef enum {
++    WMIX_DSETOPENREQ_EVENTID            = 0x3001,
++    WMIX_DSETCLOSE_EVENTID,
++    WMIX_DSETDATAREQ_EVENTID,
++    WMIX_GPIO_INTR_EVENTID,
++    WMIX_GPIO_DATA_EVENTID,
++    WMIX_GPIO_ACK_EVENTID,
++    WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_EVENTID,
++    WMIX_DBGLOG_EVENTID,
++} WMIX_EVENT_ID;
++
++/*
++ * =============DataSet support=================
++ */
++
++/*
++ * WMIX_DSETOPENREQ_EVENTID
++ * DataSet Open Request Event
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32 dset_id;
++    A_UINT32 targ_dset_handle;  /* echo'ed, not used by Host, */
++    A_UINT32 targ_reply_fn;     /* echo'ed, not used by Host, */
++    A_UINT32 targ_reply_arg;    /* echo'ed, not used by Host, */
++} POSTPACK WMIX_DSETOPENREQ_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ * WMIX_DSETCLOSE_EVENTID
++ * DataSet Close Event
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32 access_cookie;
++} POSTPACK WMIX_DSETCLOSE_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ * WMIX_DSETDATAREQ_EVENTID
++ * DataSet Data Request Event
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32 access_cookie;
++    A_UINT32 offset;
++    A_UINT32 length;
++    A_UINT32 targ_buf;         /* echo'ed, not used by Host, */
++    A_UINT32 targ_reply_fn;    /* echo'ed, not used by Host, */
++    A_UINT32 targ_reply_arg;   /* echo'ed, not used by Host, */
++} POSTPACK WMIX_DSETDATAREQ_EVENT;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32              status;
++    A_UINT32              targ_dset_handle;
++    A_UINT32              targ_reply_fn;
++    A_UINT32              targ_reply_arg;
++    A_UINT32              access_cookie;
++    A_UINT32              size;
++    A_UINT32              version;
++} POSTPACK WMIX_DSETOPEN_REPLY_CMD;
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32              status;
++    A_UINT32              targ_buf;
++    A_UINT32              targ_reply_fn;
++    A_UINT32              targ_reply_arg;
++    A_UINT32              length;
++    A_UINT8               buf[1];
++} POSTPACK WMIX_DSETDATA_REPLY_CMD;
++
++
++/*
++ * =============GPIO support=================
++ * All masks are 18-bit masks with bit N operating on GPIO pin N.
++ */
++
++#include "gpio.h"
++
++/*
++ * Set GPIO pin output state.
++ * In order for output to be driven, a pin must be enabled for output.
++ * This can be done during initialization through the GPIO Configuration
++ * DataSet, or during operation with the enable_mask.
++ *
++ * If a request is made to simultaneously set/clear or set/disable or
++ * clear/disable or disable/enable, results are undefined.
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32              set_mask;             /* pins to set */
++    A_UINT32              clear_mask;           /* pins to clear */
++    A_UINT32              enable_mask;          /* pins to enable for output */
++    A_UINT32              disable_mask;         /* pins to disable/tristate */
++} POSTPACK WMIX_GPIO_OUTPUT_SET_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * Set a GPIO register.  For debug/exceptional cases.
++ * Values for gpioreg_id are GPIO_REGISTER_IDs, defined in a
++ * platform-dependent header.
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32              gpioreg_id;           /* GPIO register ID */
++    A_UINT32              value;                /* value to write */
++} POSTPACK WMIX_GPIO_REGISTER_SET_CMD;
++
++/* Get a GPIO register.  For debug/exceptional cases. */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32              gpioreg_id;           /* GPIO register to read */
++} POSTPACK WMIX_GPIO_REGISTER_GET_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * Host acknowledges and re-arms GPIO interrupts.  A single
++ * message should be used to acknowledge all interrupts that
++ * were delivered in an earlier WMIX_GPIO_INTR_EVENT message.
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32              ack_mask;             /* interrupts to acknowledge */
++} POSTPACK WMIX_GPIO_INTR_ACK_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * Target informs Host of GPIO interrupts that have ocurred since the
++ * last WMIX_GIPO_INTR_ACK_CMD was received.  Additional information --
++ * the current GPIO input values is provided -- in order to support
++ * use of a GPIO interrupt as a Data Valid signal for other GPIO pins.
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32              intr_mask;            /* pending GPIO interrupts */
++    A_UINT32              input_values;         /* recent GPIO input values */
++} POSTPACK WMIX_GPIO_INTR_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ * Target responds to Host's earlier WMIX_GPIO_INPUT_GET_CMDID request
++ * using a GPIO_DATA_EVENT with
++ *   value set to the mask of GPIO pin inputs and
++ *   reg_id set to GPIO_ID_NONE
++ *
++ *
++ * Target responds to Hosts's earlier WMIX_GPIO_REGISTER_GET_CMDID request
++ * using a GPIO_DATA_EVENT with
++ *   value set to the value of the requested register and
++ *   reg_id identifying the register (reflects the original request)
++ * NB: reg_id supports the future possibility of unsolicited
++ * WMIX_GPIO_DATA_EVENTs (for polling GPIO input), and it may
++ * simplify Host GPIO support.
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32              value;
++    A_UINT32              reg_id;
++} POSTPACK WMIX_GPIO_DATA_EVENT;
++
++/*
++ * =============Error Detection support=================
++ */
++
++/*
++ * WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_CMDID
++ * Heartbeat Challenge Response command
++ */
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    A_UINT32              cookie;
++    A_UINT32              source;
++} POSTPACK WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_CMD;
++
++/*
++ * WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_EVENTID
++ * Heartbeat Challenge Response Event
++ */
++#define WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_EVENT WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_CMD
++
++typedef PREPACK struct {
++    struct dbglog_config_s config;
++} POSTPACK WMIX_DBGLOG_CFG_MODULE_CMD;
++
++#ifndef ATH_TARGET
++#include "athendpack.h"
++#endif
++
++#ifdef __cplusplus
++}
++#endif
++
++#endif /* _WMIX_H_ */
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/Makefile
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/Makefile	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,36 @@
++REV ?= 2
++
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -I/home/samuel/devlp/kernel/omoko/linux-openmoko-2.6.22.5-moko11+svnr3238-r6/linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/include
++
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -DLINUX -DDEBUG -D__KERNEL__ -DHTC_RAW_INTERFACE\
++                -DTCMD -DSEND_EVENT_TO_APP -DUSER_KEYS \
++                -DNO_SYNC_FLUSH #\
++                -DMULTIPLE_FRAMES_PER_INTERRUPT -DAR6000REV$(REV) \
++                -DBLOCK_TX_PATH_FLAG \
++		-DSDIO \
++
++EXTRA_CFLAGS += -DKERNEL_2_6
++
++obj-$(CONFIG_SDIO_AR6000_WLAN) += ar6000.o
++
++ar6000-objs += htc/ar6k.o      		   \
++	       htc/ar6k_events.o 	   \
++               htc/htc_send.o       	   \
++               htc/htc_recv.o       	   \
++               htc/htc_services.o          \
++               htc/htc.o     		   \
++               hif/hif.o     		   \
++               bmi/bmi.o                   \
++               ar6000/ar6000_drv.o         \
++               ar6000/ar6000_raw_if.o	   \
++               ar6000/netbuf.o		   \
++               ar6000/wireless_ext.o	   \
++               ar6000/ioctl.o		   \
++               miscdrv/common_drv.o	   \
++               miscdrv/credit_dist.o	   \
++               wmi/wmi.o                   \
++               wlan/wlan_node.o            \
++               wlan/wlan_recv_beacon.o     \
++               wlan/wlan_utils.o
++
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/miscdrv/common_drv.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/miscdrv/common_drv.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,467 @@
++
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "a_config.h"
++#include "athdefs.h"
++#include "a_types.h"
++#include "AR6Khwreg.h"
++#include "targaddrs.h"
++#include "a_osapi.h"
++#include "hif.h"
++#include "htc_api.h"
++#include "bmi.h"
++#include "bmi_msg.h"
++#include "common_drv.h"
++#include "a_debug.h"
++#include "targaddrs.h"
++
++#define HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(target, item)    \
++(((TargetType) == TARGET_TYPE_AR6001) ?     \
++   AR6001_HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(item) :    \
++   AR6002_HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(item))
++
++
++/* Compile the 4BYTE version of the window register setup routine,
++ * This mitigates host interconnect issues with non-4byte aligned bus requests, some
++ * interconnects use bus adapters that impose strict limitations.
++ * Since diag window access is not intended for performance critical operations, the 4byte mode should
++ * be satisfactory even though it generates 4X the bus activity. */
++
++#ifdef USE_4BYTE_REGISTER_ACCESS
++
++    /* set the window address register (using 4-byte register access ). */
++A_STATUS ar6000_SetAddressWindowRegister(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 RegisterAddr, A_UINT32 Address)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT8 addrValue[4];
++    int i;
++
++        /* write bytes 1,2,3 of the register to set the upper address bytes, the LSB is written
++         * last to initiate the access cycle */
++
++    for (i = 1; i <= 3; i++) {
++            /* fill the buffer with the address byte value we want to hit 4 times*/
++        addrValue[0] = ((A_UINT8 *)&Address)[i];
++        addrValue[1] = addrValue[0];
++        addrValue[2] = addrValue[0];
++        addrValue[3] = addrValue[0];
++
++            /* hit each byte of the register address with a 4-byte write operation to the same address,
++             * this is a harmless operation */
++        status = HIFReadWrite(hifDevice,
++                              RegisterAddr+i,
++                              addrValue,
++                              4,
++                              HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_FIX,
++                              NULL);
++        if (status != A_OK) {
++            break;
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("Cannot write initial bytes of 0x%x to window reg: 0x%X \n",
++             RegisterAddr, Address));
++        return status;
++    }
++
++        /* write the address register again, this time write the whole 4-byte value.
++         * The effect here is that the LSB write causes the cycle to start, the extra
++         * 3 byte write to bytes 1,2,3 has no effect since we are writing the same values again */
++    status = HIFReadWrite(hifDevice,
++                          RegisterAddr,
++                          (A_UCHAR *)(&Address),
++                          4,
++                          HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                          NULL);
++
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("Cannot write 0x%x to window reg: 0x%X \n",
++            RegisterAddr, Address));
++        return status;
++    }
++
++    return A_OK;
++
++
++
++}
++
++
++#else
++
++    /* set the window address register */
++A_STATUS ar6000_SetAddressWindowRegister(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 RegisterAddr, A_UINT32 Address)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++
++        /* write bytes 1,2,3 of the register to set the upper address bytes, the LSB is written
++         * last to initiate the access cycle */
++    status = HIFReadWrite(hifDevice,
++                          RegisterAddr+1,  /* write upper 3 bytes */
++                          ((A_UCHAR *)(&Address))+1,
++                          sizeof(A_UINT32)-1,
++                          HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                          NULL);
++
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("Cannot write initial bytes of 0x%x to window reg: 0x%X \n",
++             RegisterAddr, Address));
++        return status;
++    }
++
++        /* write the LSB of the register, this initiates the operation */
++    status = HIFReadWrite(hifDevice,
++                          RegisterAddr,
++                          (A_UCHAR *)(&Address),
++                          sizeof(A_UINT8),
++                          HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                          NULL);
++
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("Cannot write 0x%x to window reg: 0x%X \n",
++            RegisterAddr, Address));
++        return status;
++    }
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++#endif
++
++/*
++ * Read from the AR6000 through its diagnostic window.
++ * No cooperation from the Target is required for this.
++ */
++A_STATUS
++ar6000_ReadRegDiag(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 *address, A_UINT32 *data)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++
++        /* set window register to start read cycle */
++    status = ar6000_SetAddressWindowRegister(hifDevice,
++                                             WINDOW_READ_ADDR_ADDRESS,
++                                             *address);
++
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        return status;
++    }
++
++        /* read the data */
++    status = HIFReadWrite(hifDevice,
++                          WINDOW_DATA_ADDRESS,
++                          (A_UCHAR *)data,
++                          sizeof(A_UINT32),
++                          HIF_RD_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                          NULL);
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("Cannot read from WINDOW_DATA_ADDRESS\n"));
++        return status;
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++
++/*
++ * Write to the AR6000 through its diagnostic window.
++ * No cooperation from the Target is required for this.
++ */
++A_STATUS
++ar6000_WriteRegDiag(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 *address, A_UINT32 *data)
++{
++    A_STATUS status;
++
++        /* set write data */
++    status = HIFReadWrite(hifDevice,
++                          WINDOW_DATA_ADDRESS,
++                          (A_UCHAR *)data,
++                          sizeof(A_UINT32),
++                          HIF_WR_SYNC_BYTE_INC,
++                          NULL);
++    if (status != A_OK) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("Cannot write 0x%x to WINDOW_DATA_ADDRESS\n", *data));
++        return status;
++    }
++
++        /* set window register, which starts the write cycle */
++    return ar6000_SetAddressWindowRegister(hifDevice,
++                                           WINDOW_WRITE_ADDR_ADDRESS,
++                                           *address);
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++ar6000_ReadDataDiag(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 address,
++                    A_UCHAR *data, A_UINT32 length)
++{
++    A_UINT32 count;
++    A_STATUS status = A_OK;
++
++    for (count = 0; count < length; count += 4, address += 4) {
++        if ((status = ar6000_ReadRegDiag(hifDevice, &address,
++                                         (A_UINT32 *)&data[count])) != A_OK)
++        {
++            break;
++        }
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++ar6000_WriteDataDiag(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 address,
++                     A_UCHAR *data, A_UINT32 length)
++{
++    A_UINT32 count;
++    A_STATUS status = A_OK;
++
++    for (count = 0; count < length; count += 4, address += 4) {
++        if ((status = ar6000_WriteRegDiag(hifDevice, &address,
++                                          (A_UINT32 *)&data[count])) != A_OK)
++        {
++            break;
++        }
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++ar6000_reset_device_skipflash(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice)
++{
++    int i;
++    struct forceROM_s {
++        A_UINT32 addr;
++        A_UINT32 data;
++    };
++    struct forceROM_s *ForceROM;
++    int szForceROM;
++    A_UINT32 instruction;
++
++    static struct forceROM_s ForceROM_REV2[] = {
++        /* NB: This works for old REV2 ROM (old). */
++        {0x00001ff0, 0x175b0027}, /* jump instruction at 0xa0001ff0 */
++        {0x00001ff4, 0x00000000}, /* nop instruction at 0xa0001ff4 */
++
++        {MC_REMAP_TARGET_ADDRESS, 0x00001ff0}, /* remap to 0xa0001ff0 */
++        {MC_REMAP_COMPARE_ADDRESS, 0x01000040},/* ...from 0xbfc00040 */
++        {MC_REMAP_SIZE_ADDRESS, 0x00000000},   /* ...1 cache line */
++        {MC_REMAP_VALID_ADDRESS, 0x00000001},  /* ...remap is valid */
++
++        {LOCAL_COUNT_ADDRESS+0x10, 0}, /* clear BMI credit counter */
++
++        {RESET_CONTROL_ADDRESS, RESET_CONTROL_WARM_RST_MASK},
++    };
++
++    static struct forceROM_s ForceROM_NEW[] = {
++        /* NB: This works for AR6000 ROM REV3 and beyond.  */
++        {LOCAL_SCRATCH_ADDRESS, AR6K_OPTION_IGNORE_FLASH},
++        {LOCAL_COUNT_ADDRESS+0x10, 0}, /* clear BMI credit counter */
++        {RESET_CONTROL_ADDRESS, RESET_CONTROL_WARM_RST_MASK},
++    };
++
++    /*
++     * Examine a semi-arbitrary instruction that's different
++     * in REV2 and other revisions.
++     * NB: If a Host port does not require simultaneous support
++     * for multiple revisions of Target ROM, this code can be elided.
++     */
++    (void)ar6000_ReadDataDiag(hifDevice, 0x01000040,
++                              (A_UCHAR *)&instruction, 4);
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("instruction=0x%x\n", instruction));
++
++    if (instruction == 0x3c1aa200) {
++        /* It's an old ROM */
++        ForceROM = ForceROM_REV2;
++        szForceROM = sizeof(ForceROM_REV2)/sizeof(*ForceROM);
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("Using OLD method\n"));
++    } else {
++        ForceROM = ForceROM_NEW;
++        szForceROM = sizeof(ForceROM_NEW)/sizeof(*ForceROM);
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("Using NEW method\n"));
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("Force Target to execute from ROM....\n"));
++    for (i = 0; i < szForceROM; i++)
++    {
++        if (ar6000_WriteRegDiag(hifDevice,
++                                &ForceROM[i].addr,
++                                &ForceROM[i].data) != A_OK)
++        {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("Cannot force Target to execute ROM!\n"));
++            return A_ERROR;
++        }
++    }
++
++    A_MDELAY(50); /* delay to allow dragon to come to BMI phase  */
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++/* reset device */
++A_STATUS ar6000_reset_device(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 TargetType)
++{
++
++#if !defined(DWSIM)
++    A_STATUS status = A_OK;
++    A_UINT32 address;
++    A_UINT32 data;
++
++    do {
++
++        // address = RESET_CONTROL_ADDRESS;
++        data = RESET_CONTROL_COLD_RST_MASK;
++
++          /* Hardcode the address of RESET_CONTROL_ADDRESS based on the target type */
++        if (TargetType == TARGET_TYPE_AR6001) {
++            address = 0x0C000000;
++        } else {
++            if (TargetType == TARGET_TYPE_AR6002) {
++                address = 0x00004000;
++            } else {
++                A_ASSERT(0);
++            }
++        }
++
++        status = ar6000_WriteRegDiag(hifDevice, &address, &data);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        /*
++         * Read back the RESET CAUSE register to ensure that the cold reset
++         * went through.
++         */
++        A_MDELAY(2000); /* 2 second delay to allow things to settle down */
++
++
++        // address = RESET_CAUSE_ADDRESS;
++        /* Hardcode the address of RESET_CAUSE_ADDRESS based on the target type */
++        if (TargetType == TARGET_TYPE_AR6001) {
++            address = 0x0C0000CC;
++        } else {
++            if (TargetType == TARGET_TYPE_AR6002) {
++                address = 0x000040C0;
++            } else {
++                A_ASSERT(0);
++            }
++        }
++
++        data = 0;
++        status = ar6000_ReadRegDiag(hifDevice, &address, &data);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("Reset Cause readback: 0x%X \n",data));
++        data &= RESET_CAUSE_LAST_MASK;
++        if (data != 2) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("Unable to cold reset the target \n"));
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++    if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_ERR, ("Failed to reset target \n"));
++    }
++#endif
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++#define REG_DUMP_COUNT_AR6001   38  /* WORDs, derived from AR6001_regdump.h */
++#define REG_DUMP_COUNT_AR6002   32  /* WORDs, derived from AR6002_regdump.h */
++
++
++#if REG_DUMP_COUNT_AR6001 <= REG_DUMP_COUNT_AR6002
++#define REGISTER_DUMP_LEN_MAX  REG_DUMP_COUNT_AR6002
++#else
++#define REGISTER_DUMP_LEN_MAX  REG_DUMP_COUNT_AR6001
++#endif
++
++void ar6000_dump_target_assert_info(HIF_DEVICE *hifDevice, A_UINT32 TargetType)
++{
++    A_UINT32 address;
++    A_UINT32 regDumpArea = 0;
++    A_STATUS status;
++    A_UINT32 regDumpValues[REGISTER_DUMP_LEN_MAX];
++    A_UINT32 regDumpCount = 0;
++    A_UINT32 i;
++
++    do {
++
++            /* the reg dump pointer is copied to the host interest area */
++        address = HOST_INTEREST_ITEM_ADDRESS(TargetType, hi_failure_state);
++
++        if (TargetType == TARGET_TYPE_AR6001) {
++                /* for AR6001, this is a fixed location because the ptr is actually stuck in cache,
++                 * this may be fixed in later firmware versions */
++            address = 0x18a0;
++            regDumpCount = REG_DUMP_COUNT_AR6001;
++
++        } else  if (TargetType == TARGET_TYPE_AR6002) {
++
++            regDumpCount = REG_DUMP_COUNT_AR6002;
++
++        } else {
++            A_ASSERT(0);
++        }
++
++            /* read RAM location through diagnostic window */
++        status = ar6000_ReadRegDiag(hifDevice, &address, &regDumpArea);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,("AR6K: Failed to get ptr to register dump area \n"));
++            break;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,("AR6K: Location of register dump data: 0x%X \n",regDumpArea));
++
++        if (regDumpArea == 0) {
++                /* no reg dump */
++            break;
++        }
++
++        if (TargetType == TARGET_TYPE_AR6001) {
++            regDumpArea &= 0x0FFFFFFF;  /* convert to physical address in target memory */
++        }
++
++            /* fetch register dump data */
++        status = ar6000_ReadDataDiag(hifDevice,
++                                     regDumpArea,
++                                     (A_UCHAR *)&regDumpValues[0],
++                                     regDumpCount * (sizeof(A_UINT32)));
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,("AR6K: Failed to get register dump \n"));
++            break;
++        }
++
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,("AR6K: Register Dump: \n"));
++
++        for (i = 0; i < regDumpCount; i++) {
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_ERR,(" %d :  0x%8.8X \n",i, regDumpValues[i]));
++        }
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++}
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/miscdrv/credit_dist.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/miscdrv/credit_dist.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,346 @@
++
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include "a_config.h"
++#include "athdefs.h"
++#include "a_types.h"
++#include "a_osapi.h"
++#include "a_debug.h"
++#include "htc_api.h"
++#include "common_drv.h"
++
++/********* CREDIT DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONS ******************************************/
++
++#define NO_VO_SERVICE 1 /* currently WMI only uses 3 data streams, so we leave VO service inactive */
++
++#ifdef NO_VO_SERVICE
++#define DATA_SVCS_USED 3
++#else
++#define DATA_SVCS_USED 4
++#endif
++
++static void RedistributeCredits(COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO *pCredInfo,
++                                HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEPDistList);
++
++static void SeekCredits(COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO *pCredInfo,
++                        HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEPDistList);
++
++/* reduce an ep's credits back to a set limit */
++static INLINE void ReduceCredits(COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO *pCredInfo,
++                                HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST  *pEpDist,
++                                int                       Limit)
++{
++    int credits;
++
++        /* set the new limit */
++    pEpDist->TxCreditsAssigned = Limit;
++
++    if (pEpDist->TxCredits <= Limit) {
++        return;
++    }
++
++        /* figure out how much to take away */
++    credits = pEpDist->TxCredits - Limit;
++        /* take them away */
++    pEpDist->TxCredits -= credits;
++    pCredInfo->CurrentFreeCredits += credits;
++}
++
++/* give an endpoint some credits from the free credit pool */
++#define GiveCredits(pCredInfo,pEpDist,credits)      \
++{                                                   \
++    (pEpDist)->TxCredits += (credits);              \
++    (pEpDist)->TxCreditsAssigned += (credits);      \
++    (pCredInfo)->CurrentFreeCredits -= (credits);   \
++}
++
++
++/* default credit init callback.
++ * This function is called in the context of HTCStart() to setup initial (application-specific)
++ * credit distributions */
++static void ar6000_credit_init(void                     *Context,
++                               HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEPList,
++                               int                      TotalCredits)
++{
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pCurEpDist;
++    int                      count;
++    COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO *pCredInfo = (COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO *)Context;
++
++    pCredInfo->CurrentFreeCredits = TotalCredits;
++    pCredInfo->TotalAvailableCredits = TotalCredits;
++
++    pCurEpDist = pEPList;
++
++        /* run through the list and initialize */
++    while (pCurEpDist != NULL) {
++
++            /* set minimums for each endpoint */
++        pCurEpDist->TxCreditsMin = pCurEpDist->TxCreditsPerMaxMsg;
++
++        if (pCurEpDist->ServiceID == WMI_CONTROL_SVC) {
++                /* give control service some credits */
++            GiveCredits(pCredInfo,pCurEpDist,pCurEpDist->TxCreditsMin);
++                /* control service is always marked active, it never goes inactive EVER */
++            SET_EP_ACTIVE(pCurEpDist);
++        } else if (pCurEpDist->ServiceID == WMI_DATA_BK_SVC) {
++                /* this is the lowest priority data endpoint, save this off for easy access */
++            pCredInfo->pLowestPriEpDist = pCurEpDist;
++        }
++
++        /* Streams have to be created (explicit | implicit)for all kinds
++         * of traffic. BE endpoints are also inactive in the beginning.
++         * When BE traffic starts it creates implicit streams that
++         * redistributes credits.
++         */
++
++        /* note, all other endpoints have minimums set but are initially given NO credits.
++         * Credits will be distributed as traffic activity demands */
++        pCurEpDist = pCurEpDist->pNext;
++    }
++
++    if (pCredInfo->CurrentFreeCredits <= 0) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_INF, ("Not enough credits (%d) to do credit distributions \n", TotalCredits));
++        A_ASSERT(FALSE);
++        return;
++    }
++
++        /* reset list */
++    pCurEpDist = pEPList;
++        /* now run through the list and set max operating credit limits for everyone */
++    while (pCurEpDist != NULL) {
++        if (pCurEpDist->ServiceID == WMI_CONTROL_SVC) {
++                /* control service max is just 1 max message */
++            pCurEpDist->TxCreditsNorm = pCurEpDist->TxCreditsPerMaxMsg;
++        } else {
++                /* for the remaining data endpoints, we assume that each TxCreditsPerMaxMsg are
++                 * the same.
++                 * We use a simple calculation here, we take the remaining credits and
++                 * determine how many max messages this can cover and then set each endpoint's
++                 * normal value equal to half this amount.
++                 * */
++            count = (pCredInfo->CurrentFreeCredits/pCurEpDist->TxCreditsPerMaxMsg) * pCurEpDist->TxCreditsPerMaxMsg;
++            count = count >> 1;
++            count = max(count,pCurEpDist->TxCreditsPerMaxMsg);
++                /* set normal */
++            pCurEpDist->TxCreditsNorm = count;
++
++        }
++        pCurEpDist = pCurEpDist->pNext;
++    }
++
++}
++
++
++/* default credit distribution callback
++ * This callback is invoked whenever endpoints require credit distributions.
++ * A lock is held while this function is invoked, this function shall NOT block.
++ * The pEPDistList is a list of distribution structures in prioritized order as
++ * defined by the call to the HTCSetCreditDistribution() api.
++ *
++ */
++static void ar6000_credit_distribute(void                     *Context,
++                                     HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEPDistList,
++                                     HTC_CREDIT_DIST_REASON   Reason)
++{
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pCurEpDist;
++    COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO *pCredInfo = (COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO *)Context;
++
++    switch (Reason) {
++        case HTC_CREDIT_DIST_SEND_COMPLETE :
++            pCurEpDist = pEPDistList;
++                /* we are given the start of the endpoint distribution list.
++                 * There may be one or more endpoints to service.
++                 * Run through the list and distribute credits */
++            while (pCurEpDist != NULL) {
++
++                if (pCurEpDist->TxCreditsToDist > 0) {
++                        /* return the credits back to the endpoint */
++                    pCurEpDist->TxCredits += pCurEpDist->TxCreditsToDist;
++                        /* always zero out when we are done */
++                    pCurEpDist->TxCreditsToDist = 0;
++
++                    if (pCurEpDist->TxCredits > pCurEpDist->TxCreditsAssigned) {
++                            /* reduce to the assigned limit, previous credit reductions
++                             * could have caused the limit to change */
++                        ReduceCredits(pCredInfo, pCurEpDist, pCurEpDist->TxCreditsAssigned);
++                    }
++
++                    if (pCurEpDist->TxCredits > pCurEpDist->TxCreditsNorm) {
++                            /* oversubscribed endpoints need to reduce back to normal */
++                        ReduceCredits(pCredInfo, pCurEpDist, pCurEpDist->TxCreditsNorm);
++                    }
++                }
++
++                pCurEpDist = pCurEpDist->pNext;
++            }
++
++            A_ASSERT(pCredInfo->CurrentFreeCredits <= pCredInfo->TotalAvailableCredits);
++
++            break;
++
++        case HTC_CREDIT_DIST_ACTIVITY_CHANGE :
++            RedistributeCredits(pCredInfo,pEPDistList);
++            break;
++        case HTC_CREDIT_DIST_SEEK_CREDITS :
++            SeekCredits(pCredInfo,pEPDistList);
++            break;
++        case HTC_DUMP_CREDIT_STATE :
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_LOG_INF, ("Credit Distribution, total : %d, free : %d\n",
++            								pCredInfo->TotalAvailableCredits, pCredInfo->CurrentFreeCredits));
++            break;
++        default:
++            break;
++
++    }
++
++}
++
++/* redistribute credits based on activity change */
++static void RedistributeCredits(COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO *pCredInfo,
++                                HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEPDistList)
++{
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pCurEpDist = pEPDistList;
++
++        /* walk through the list and remove credits from inactive endpoints */
++    while (pCurEpDist != NULL) {
++
++        if (pCurEpDist->ServiceID != WMI_CONTROL_SVC) {
++            if (!IS_EP_ACTIVE(pCurEpDist)) {
++                    /* EP is inactive, reduce credits back to zero */
++                ReduceCredits(pCredInfo, pCurEpDist, 0);
++            }
++        }
++
++        /* NOTE in the active case, we do not need to do anything further,
++         * when an EP goes active and needs credits, HTC will call into
++         * our distribution function using a reason code of HTC_CREDIT_DIST_SEEK_CREDITS  */
++
++        pCurEpDist = pCurEpDist->pNext;
++    }
++
++    A_ASSERT(pCredInfo->CurrentFreeCredits <= pCredInfo->TotalAvailableCredits);
++
++}
++
++/* HTC has an endpoint that needs credits, pEPDist is the endpoint in question */
++static void SeekCredits(COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO *pCredInfo,
++                        HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pEPDist)
++{
++    HTC_ENDPOINT_CREDIT_DIST *pCurEpDist;
++    int                      credits = 0;
++    int                      need;
++
++    do {
++
++        if (pEPDist->ServiceID == WMI_CONTROL_SVC) {
++                /* we never oversubscribe on the control service, this is not
++                 * a high performance path and the target never holds onto control
++                 * credits for too long */
++            break;
++        }
++
++        /* for all other services, we follow a simple algorithm of
++         * 1. checking the free pool for credits
++         * 2. checking lower priority endpoints for credits to take */
++
++        if (pCredInfo->CurrentFreeCredits >= 2 * pEPDist->TxCreditsSeek) {
++                /* try to give more credits than it needs */
++            credits = 2 * pEPDist->TxCreditsSeek;
++        } else {
++                /* give what we can */
++            credits = min(pCredInfo->CurrentFreeCredits,pEPDist->TxCreditsSeek);
++        }
++
++        if (credits >= pEPDist->TxCreditsSeek) {
++                /* we found some to fullfill the seek request */
++            break;
++        }
++
++        /* we don't have enough in the free pool, try taking away from lower priority services
++         *
++         * The rule for taking away credits:
++         *   1. Only take from lower priority endpoints
++         *   2. Only take what is allocated above the minimum (never starve an endpoint completely)
++         *   3. Only take what you need.
++         *
++         * */
++
++            /* starting at the lowest priority */
++        pCurEpDist = pCredInfo->pLowestPriEpDist;
++
++            /* work backwards until we hit the endpoint again */
++        while (pCurEpDist != pEPDist) {
++                /* calculate how many we need so far */
++            need = pEPDist->TxCreditsSeek - pCredInfo->CurrentFreeCredits;
++
++            if ((pCurEpDist->TxCreditsAssigned - need) > pCurEpDist->TxCreditsMin) {
++                    /* the current one has been allocated more than it's minimum and it
++                     * has enough credits assigned above it's minimum to fullfill our need
++                     * try to take away just enough to fullfill our need */
++                ReduceCredits(pCredInfo,
++                              pCurEpDist,
++                              pCurEpDist->TxCreditsAssigned - need);
++
++                if (pCredInfo->CurrentFreeCredits >= pEPDist->TxCreditsSeek) {
++                        /* we have enough */
++                    break;
++                }
++            }
++
++            pCurEpDist = pCurEpDist->pPrev;
++        }
++
++            /* return what we can get */
++        credits = min(pCredInfo->CurrentFreeCredits,pEPDist->TxCreditsSeek);
++
++    } while (FALSE);
++
++        /* did we find some credits? */
++    if (credits) {
++            /* give what we can */
++        GiveCredits(pCredInfo, pEPDist, credits);
++    }
++
++}
++
++/* initialize and setup credit distribution */
++A_STATUS ar6000_setup_credit_dist(HTC_HANDLE HTCHandle, COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO *pCredInfo)
++{
++    HTC_SERVICE_ID servicepriority[5];
++
++    A_MEMZERO(pCredInfo,sizeof(COMMON_CREDIT_STATE_INFO));
++
++    servicepriority[0] = WMI_CONTROL_SVC;  /* highest */
++    servicepriority[1] = WMI_DATA_VO_SVC;
++    servicepriority[2] = WMI_DATA_VI_SVC;
++    servicepriority[3] = WMI_DATA_BE_SVC;
++    servicepriority[4] = WMI_DATA_BK_SVC; /* lowest */
++
++        /* set callbacks and priority list */
++    HTCSetCreditDistribution(HTCHandle,
++                             pCredInfo,
++                             ar6000_credit_distribute,
++                             ar6000_credit_init,
++                             servicepriority,
++                             5);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/miscdrv/makefile
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/miscdrv/makefile	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
++# Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Atheros Communications Inc.
++# All rights reserved.
++!INCLUDE $(_MAKEENVROOT)\makefile.def
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wlan/wlan_node.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wlan/wlan_node.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,371 @@
++/*-
++ * Copyright (c) 2001 Atsushi Onoe
++ * Copyright (c) 2002-2004 Sam Leffler, Errno Consulting
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2005 Atheros Communications
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
++ * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
++ * are met:
++ * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
++ *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
++ * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
++ *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
++ *    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
++ * 3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products
++ *    derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
++ *
++ * Alternatively, this software may be distributed under the terms of the
++ * GNU General Public License ("GPL") version 2 as published by the Free
++ * Software Foundation.
++ *
++ * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR
++ * IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
++ * OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
++ * IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
++ * INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
++ * NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
++ * DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
++ * THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
++ * (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
++ * THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
++ *
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/wlan/src/wlan_node.c#1 $
++ */
++/*
++ * IEEE 802.11 node handling support.
++ */
++#include <a_config.h>
++#include <athdefs.h>
++#include <a_types.h>
++#include <a_osapi.h>
++#include <a_debug.h>
++#include <ieee80211.h>
++#include <wlan_api.h>
++#include <ieee80211_node.h>
++#include <htc_api.h>
++#include <wmi.h>
++#include <wmi_api.h>
++
++static void wlan_node_timeout(A_ATH_TIMER arg);
++static bss_t * _ieee80211_find_node(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt,
++                                    const A_UINT8 *macaddr);
++
++bss_t *
++wlan_node_alloc(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, int wh_size)
++{
++    bss_t *ni;
++
++    ni = A_MALLOC_NOWAIT(sizeof(bss_t));
++
++    if (ni != NULL) {
++        ni->ni_buf = A_MALLOC_NOWAIT(wh_size);
++        if (ni->ni_buf == NULL) {
++            A_FREE(ni);
++            ni = NULL;
++            return ni;
++        }
++    } else {
++        return ni;
++    }
++
++    /* Make sure our lists are clean */
++    ni->ni_list_next = NULL;
++    ni->ni_list_prev = NULL;
++    ni->ni_hash_next = NULL;
++    ni->ni_hash_prev = NULL;
++
++    //
++    // ni_scangen never initialized before and during suspend/resume of winmobile, customer (LG/SEMCO) identified
++    // that some junk has been stored in this, due to this scan list didn't properly updated
++    //
++    ni->ni_scangen	 = 0;
++
++    return ni;
++}
++
++void
++wlan_node_free(bss_t *ni)
++{
++    if (ni->ni_buf != NULL) {
++        A_FREE(ni->ni_buf);
++    }
++    A_FREE(ni);
++}
++
++void
++wlan_setup_node(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, bss_t *ni,
++                const A_UINT8 *macaddr)
++{
++    int hash;
++
++    A_MEMCPY(ni->ni_macaddr, macaddr, IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN);
++    hash = IEEE80211_NODE_HASH(macaddr);
++    ieee80211_node_initref(ni);     /* mark referenced */
++
++    ni->ni_tstamp = A_GET_MS(WLAN_NODE_INACT_TIMEOUT_MSEC);
++    IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK_BH(nt);
++
++    /* Insert at the end of the node list */
++    ni->ni_list_next = NULL;
++    ni->ni_list_prev = nt->nt_node_last;
++    if(nt->nt_node_last != NULL)
++    {
++        nt->nt_node_last->ni_list_next = ni;
++    }
++    nt->nt_node_last = ni;
++    if(nt->nt_node_first == NULL)
++    {
++        nt->nt_node_first = ni;
++    }
++
++    /* Insert into the hash list i.e. the bucket */
++    if((ni->ni_hash_next = nt->nt_hash[hash]) != NULL)
++    {
++        nt->nt_hash[hash]->ni_hash_prev = ni;
++    }
++    ni->ni_hash_prev = NULL;
++    nt->nt_hash[hash] = ni;
++
++    if (!nt->isTimerArmed) {
++        A_TIMEOUT_MS(&nt->nt_inact_timer, WLAN_NODE_INACT_TIMEOUT_MSEC, 0);
++        nt->isTimerArmed = TRUE;
++    }
++
++    IEEE80211_NODE_UNLOCK_BH(nt);
++}
++
++static bss_t *
++_ieee80211_find_node(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt,
++    const A_UINT8 *macaddr)
++{
++    bss_t *ni;
++    int hash;
++
++    IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK_ASSERT(nt);
++
++    hash = IEEE80211_NODE_HASH(macaddr);
++    for(ni = nt->nt_hash[hash]; ni; ni = ni->ni_hash_next) {
++        if (IEEE80211_ADDR_EQ(ni->ni_macaddr, macaddr)) {
++            ieee80211_node_incref(ni);  /* mark referenced */
++            return ni;
++        }
++    }
++    return NULL;
++}
++
++bss_t *
++wlan_find_node(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, const A_UINT8 *macaddr)
++{
++    bss_t *ni;
++
++    IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK(nt);
++    ni = _ieee80211_find_node(nt, macaddr);
++    IEEE80211_NODE_UNLOCK(nt);
++    return ni;
++}
++
++/*
++ * Reclaim a node.  If this is the last reference count then
++ * do the normal free work.  Otherwise remove it from the node
++ * table and mark it gone by clearing the back-reference.
++ */
++void
++wlan_node_reclaim(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, bss_t *ni)
++{
++    IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK(nt);
++
++    if(ni->ni_list_prev == NULL)
++    {
++        /* First in list so fix the list head */
++        nt->nt_node_first = ni->ni_list_next;
++    }
++    else
++    {
++        ni->ni_list_prev->ni_list_next = ni->ni_list_next;
++    }
++
++    if(ni->ni_list_next == NULL)
++    {
++        /* Last in list so fix list tail */
++        nt->nt_node_last = ni->ni_list_prev;
++    }
++    else
++    {
++        ni->ni_list_next->ni_list_prev = ni->ni_list_prev;
++    }
++
++    if(ni->ni_hash_prev == NULL)
++    {
++        /* First in list so fix the list head */
++        int hash;
++        hash = IEEE80211_NODE_HASH(ni->ni_macaddr);
++        nt->nt_hash[hash] = ni->ni_hash_next;
++    }
++    else
++    {
++        ni->ni_hash_prev->ni_hash_next = ni->ni_hash_next;
++    }
++
++    if(ni->ni_hash_next != NULL)
++    {
++        ni->ni_hash_next->ni_hash_prev = ni->ni_hash_prev;
++    }
++    wlan_node_free(ni);
++
++    IEEE80211_NODE_UNLOCK(nt);
++}
++
++static void
++wlan_node_dec_free(bss_t *ni)
++{
++    if (ieee80211_node_dectestref(ni)) {
++        wlan_node_free(ni);
++    }
++}
++
++void
++wlan_free_allnodes(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt)
++{
++    bss_t *ni;
++
++    while ((ni = nt->nt_node_first) != NULL) {
++        wlan_node_reclaim(nt, ni);
++    }
++}
++
++void
++wlan_iterate_nodes(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, wlan_node_iter_func *f,
++                   void *arg)
++{
++    bss_t *ni;
++    A_UINT32 gen;
++
++    gen = ++nt->nt_scangen;
++
++    IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK(nt);
++    for (ni = nt->nt_node_first; ni; ni = ni->ni_list_next) {
++        if (ni->ni_scangen != gen) {
++            ni->ni_scangen = gen;
++            (void) ieee80211_node_incref(ni);
++            (*f)(arg, ni);
++            wlan_node_dec_free(ni);
++        }
++    }
++    IEEE80211_NODE_UNLOCK(nt);
++}
++
++/*
++ * Node table support.
++ */
++void
++wlan_node_table_init(void *wmip, struct ieee80211_node_table *nt)
++{
++    int i;
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WLAN, ("node table = 0x%x\n", (A_UINT32)nt));
++    IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK_INIT(nt);
++
++    nt->nt_node_first = nt->nt_node_last = NULL;
++    for(i = 0; i < IEEE80211_NODE_HASHSIZE; i++)
++    {
++        nt->nt_hash[i] = NULL;
++    }
++    A_INIT_TIMER(&nt->nt_inact_timer, wlan_node_timeout, nt);
++    nt->isTimerArmed = FALSE;
++    nt->nt_wmip = wmip;
++}
++
++static void
++wlan_node_timeout(A_ATH_TIMER arg)
++{
++    struct ieee80211_node_table *nt = (struct ieee80211_node_table *)arg;
++    bss_t *bss, *nextBss;
++    A_UINT8 myBssid[IEEE80211_ADDR_LEN], reArmTimer = FALSE;
++
++    wmi_get_current_bssid(nt->nt_wmip, myBssid);
++
++    bss = nt->nt_node_first;
++    while (bss != NULL)
++    {
++        nextBss = bss->ni_list_next;
++        if (A_MEMCMP(myBssid, bss->ni_macaddr, sizeof(myBssid)) != 0)
++        {
++
++            if (bss->ni_tstamp <= A_GET_MS(0))
++            {
++               /*
++                * free up all but the current bss - if set
++                */
++                wlan_node_reclaim(nt, bss);
++            }
++            else
++            {
++                /*
++                 * Re-arm timer, only when we have a bss other than
++                 * current bss AND it is not aged-out.
++                 */
++                reArmTimer = TRUE;
++            }
++        }
++        bss = nextBss;
++    }
++
++    if(reArmTimer)
++        A_TIMEOUT_MS(&nt->nt_inact_timer, WLAN_NODE_INACT_TIMEOUT_MSEC, 0);
++
++    nt->isTimerArmed = reArmTimer;
++}
++
++void
++wlan_node_table_cleanup(struct ieee80211_node_table *nt)
++{
++    A_UNTIMEOUT(&nt->nt_inact_timer);
++    A_DELETE_TIMER(&nt->nt_inact_timer);
++    wlan_free_allnodes(nt);
++    IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK_DESTROY(nt);
++}
++
++bss_t *
++wlan_find_Ssidnode (struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, A_UCHAR *pSsid,
++					A_UINT32 ssidLength, A_BOOL bIsWPA2)
++{
++    bss_t   *ni = NULL;
++	A_UCHAR *pIESsid = NULL;
++
++    IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK (nt);
++
++    for (ni = nt->nt_node_first; ni; ni = ni->ni_list_next) {
++		pIESsid = ni->ni_cie.ie_ssid;
++		if (pIESsid[1] <= 32) {
++
++			// Step 1 : Check SSID
++			if (0x00 == memcmp (pSsid, &pIESsid[2], ssidLength)) {
++
++				// Step 2 : if SSID matches, check WPA or WPA2
++				if (TRUE == bIsWPA2 && NULL != ni->ni_cie.ie_rsn) {
++					ieee80211_node_incref (ni);  /* mark referenced */
++					IEEE80211_NODE_UNLOCK (nt);
++					return ni;
++				}
++				if (FALSE == bIsWPA2 && NULL != ni->ni_cie.ie_wpa) {
++					ieee80211_node_incref(ni);  /* mark referenced */
++					IEEE80211_NODE_UNLOCK (nt);
++					return ni;
++				}
++			}
++		}
++    }
++
++    IEEE80211_NODE_UNLOCK (nt);
++
++    return NULL;
++}
++
++void
++wlan_node_return (struct ieee80211_node_table *nt, bss_t *ni)
++{
++	IEEE80211_NODE_LOCK (nt);
++	wlan_node_dec_free (ni);
++	IEEE80211_NODE_UNLOCK (nt);
++}
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wlan/wlan_recv_beacon.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wlan/wlan_recv_beacon.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,192 @@
++/*-
++ * Copyright (c) 2001 Atsushi Onoe
++ * Copyright (c) 2002-2004 Sam Leffler, Errno Consulting
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
++ * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
++ * are met:
++ * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
++ *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
++ * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
++ *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
++ *    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
++ * 3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products
++ *    derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
++ *
++ * Alternatively, this software may be distributed under the terms of the
++ * GNU General Public License ("GPL") version 2 as published by the Free
++ * Software Foundation.
++ *
++ * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR
++ * IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
++ * OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
++ * IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
++ * INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
++ * NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
++ * DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
++ * THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
++ * (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
++ * THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
++ */
++/*
++ * IEEE 802.11 input handling.
++ */
++
++#include "a_config.h"
++#include "athdefs.h"
++#include "a_types.h"
++#include "a_osapi.h"
++#include <wmi.h>
++#include <ieee80211.h>
++#include <wlan_api.h>
++
++#define IEEE80211_VERIFY_LENGTH(_len, _minlen) do {         \
++    if ((_len) < (_minlen)) {                   \
++        return A_EINVAL;                         \
++    }                               \
++} while (0)
++
++#define IEEE80211_VERIFY_ELEMENT(__elem, __maxlen) do {         \
++    if ((__elem) == NULL) {                     \
++        return A_EINVAL;                         \
++    }                               \
++    if ((__elem)[1] > (__maxlen)) {                 \
++        return A_EINVAL;                         \
++    }                               \
++} while (0)
++
++
++/* unaligned little endian access */
++#define LE_READ_2(p)                            \
++    ((A_UINT16)                            \
++     ((((A_UINT8 *)(p))[0]      ) | (((A_UINT8 *)(p))[1] <<  8)))
++
++#define LE_READ_4(p)                            \
++    ((A_UINT32)                            \
++     ((((A_UINT8 *)(p))[0]      ) | (((A_UINT8 *)(p))[1] <<  8) | \
++      (((A_UINT8 *)(p))[2] << 16) | (((A_UINT8 *)(p))[3] << 24)))
++
++
++static int __inline
++iswpaoui(const A_UINT8 *frm)
++{
++    return frm[1] > 3 && LE_READ_4(frm+2) == ((WPA_OUI_TYPE<<24)|WPA_OUI);
++}
++
++static int __inline
++iswmmoui(const A_UINT8 *frm)
++{
++    return frm[1] > 3 && LE_READ_4(frm+2) == ((WMM_OUI_TYPE<<24)|WMM_OUI);
++}
++
++static int __inline
++iswmmparam(const A_UINT8 *frm)
++{
++    return frm[1] > 5 && frm[6] == WMM_PARAM_OUI_SUBTYPE;
++}
++
++static int __inline
++iswmminfo(const A_UINT8 *frm)
++{
++    return frm[1] > 5 && frm[6] == WMM_INFO_OUI_SUBTYPE;
++}
++
++static int __inline
++isatherosoui(const A_UINT8 *frm)
++{
++    return frm[1] > 3 && LE_READ_4(frm+2) == ((ATH_OUI_TYPE<<24)|ATH_OUI);
++}
++
++static int __inline
++iswscoui(const A_UINT8 *frm)
++{
++    return frm[1] > 3 && LE_READ_4(frm+2) == ((0x04<<24)|WPA_OUI);
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wlan_parse_beacon(A_UINT8 *buf, int framelen, struct ieee80211_common_ie *cie)
++{
++    A_UINT8 *frm, *efrm;
++
++    frm = buf;
++    efrm = (A_UINT8 *) (frm + framelen);
++
++    /*
++     * beacon/probe response frame format
++     *  [8] time stamp
++     *  [2] beacon interval
++     *  [2] capability information
++     *  [tlv] ssid
++     *  [tlv] supported rates
++     *  [tlv] country information
++     *  [tlv] parameter set (FH/DS)
++     *  [tlv] erp information
++     *  [tlv] extended supported rates
++     *  [tlv] WMM
++     *  [tlv] WPA or RSN
++     *  [tlv] Atheros Advanced Capabilities
++     */
++    IEEE80211_VERIFY_LENGTH(efrm - frm, 12);
++    A_MEMZERO(cie, sizeof(*cie));
++
++    cie->ie_tstamp = frm; frm += 8;
++    cie->ie_beaconInt = A_LE2CPU16(*(A_UINT16 *)frm);  frm += 2;
++    cie->ie_capInfo = A_LE2CPU16(*(A_UINT16 *)frm);  frm += 2;
++    cie->ie_chan = 0;
++
++    while (frm < efrm) {
++        switch (*frm) {
++        case IEEE80211_ELEMID_SSID:
++            cie->ie_ssid = frm;
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_ELEMID_RATES:
++            cie->ie_rates = frm;
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_ELEMID_COUNTRY:
++            cie->ie_country = frm;
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_ELEMID_FHPARMS:
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_ELEMID_DSPARMS:
++            cie->ie_chan = frm[2];
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_ELEMID_TIM:
++            cie->ie_tim = frm;
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_ELEMID_IBSSPARMS:
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_ELEMID_XRATES:
++            cie->ie_xrates = frm;
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_ELEMID_ERP:
++            if (frm[1] != 1) {
++                //A_PRINTF("Discarding ERP Element - Bad Len\n");
++                return A_EINVAL;
++            }
++            cie->ie_erp = frm[2];
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_ELEMID_RSN:
++            cie->ie_rsn = frm;
++            break;
++        case IEEE80211_ELEMID_VENDOR:
++            if (iswpaoui(frm)) {
++                cie->ie_wpa = frm;
++            } else if (iswmmoui(frm)) {
++                cie->ie_wmm = frm;
++            } else if (isatherosoui(frm)) {
++                cie->ie_ath = frm;
++            } else if(iswscoui(frm)) {
++                cie->ie_wsc = frm;
++            }
++            break;
++        default:
++            break;
++        }
++        frm += frm[1] + 2;
++    }
++    IEEE80211_VERIFY_ELEMENT(cie->ie_rates, IEEE80211_RATE_MAXSIZE);
++    IEEE80211_VERIFY_ELEMENT(cie->ie_ssid, IEEE80211_NWID_LEN);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wlan/wlan_utils.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wlan/wlan_utils.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,59 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2005 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * This module implements frequently used wlan utilies
++ *
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/wlan/src/wlan_utils.c#1 $
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include <a_config.h>
++#include <athdefs.h>
++#include <a_types.h>
++#include <a_osapi.h>
++
++/*
++ * converts ieee channel number to frequency
++ */
++A_UINT16
++wlan_ieee2freq(int chan)
++{
++    if (chan == 14) {
++        return 2484;
++    }
++    if (chan < 14) {    /* 0-13 */
++        return (2407 + (chan*5));
++    }
++    if (chan < 27) {    /* 15-26 */
++        return (2512 + ((chan-15)*20));
++    }
++    return (5000 + (chan*5));
++}
++
++/*
++ * Converts MHz frequency to IEEE channel number.
++ */
++A_UINT32
++wlan_freq2ieee(A_UINT16 freq)
++{
++    if (freq == 2484)
++        return 14;
++    if (freq < 2484)
++        return (freq - 2407) / 5;
++    if (freq < 5000)
++        return 15 + ((freq - 2512) / 20);
++    return (freq - 5000) / 5;
++}
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wmi/wmi.c
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wmi/wmi.c	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,3918 @@
++/*
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * This module implements the hardware independent layer of the
++ * Wireless Module Interface (WMI) protocol.
++ *
++ * $Id: //depot/sw/releases/olca2.0-GPL/host/wmi/wmi.c#2 $
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++#include <a_config.h>
++#include <athdefs.h>
++#include <a_types.h>
++#include <a_osapi.h>
++#include "htc.h"
++#include "htc_api.h"
++#include "wmi.h"
++#include <ieee80211.h>
++#include <ieee80211_node.h>
++#include <wlan_api.h>
++#include <wmi_api.h>
++#include "dset_api.h"
++#include "gpio_api.h"
++#include "wmi_host.h"
++#include "a_drv.h"
++#include "a_drv_api.h"
++#include "a_debug.h"
++#include "dbglog_api.h"
++
++static A_STATUS wmi_ready_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++
++static A_STATUS wmi_connect_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                     int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_disconnect_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                        int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_tkip_micerr_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                        int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_bssInfo_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                     int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_opt_frame_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                       int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_pstream_timeout_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                     int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_sync_point(struct wmi_t *wmip);
++
++static A_STATUS wmi_bitrate_reply_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                     int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_ratemask_reply_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                     int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_channelList_reply_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                         int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_regDomain_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                       int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_txPwr_reply_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_neighborReport_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                             int len);
++
++static A_STATUS wmi_dset_open_req_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                     int len);
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_DSET_SUPPORT
++static A_STATUS wmi_dset_close_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_dset_data_req_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                     int len);
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_DSET_SUPPORT */
++
++
++static A_STATUS wmi_scanComplete_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                     int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_errorEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_statsEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_rssiThresholdEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_hbChallengeResp_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_reportErrorEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_cac_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_roam_tbl_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                      int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_roam_data_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                      int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_get_wow_list_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap,
++                                      int len);
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_get_pmkid_list_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, A_UINT32 len);
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT
++static A_STATUS wmi_gpio_intr_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_gpio_data_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++static A_STATUS wmi_gpio_ack_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT */
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_tcmd_test_report_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++#endif
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_txRetryErrEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_snrThresholdEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_lqThresholdEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++
++static A_BOOL
++wmi_is_bitrate_index_valid(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT32 rateIndex);
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_aplistEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_dbglog_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++
++static A_STATUS wmi_keepalive_reply_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len);
++
++int wps_enable;
++static const A_INT32 wmi_rateTable[] = {
++    1000,
++    2000,
++    5500,
++    11000,
++    6000,
++    9000,
++    12000,
++    18000,
++    24000,
++    36000,
++    48000,
++    54000,
++    0};
++
++#define MODE_A_SUPPORT_RATE_START       4
++#define MODE_A_SUPPORT_RATE_STOP        11
++
++#define MODE_GONLY_SUPPORT_RATE_START   MODE_A_SUPPORT_RATE_START
++#define MODE_GONLY_SUPPORT_RATE_STOP    MODE_A_SUPPORT_RATE_STOP
++
++#define MODE_B_SUPPORT_RATE_START       0
++#define MODE_B_SUPPORT_RATE_STOP        3
++
++#define MODE_G_SUPPORT_RATE_START       0
++#define MODE_G_SUPPORT_RATE_STOP        11
++
++#define MAX_NUMBER_OF_SUPPORT_RATES     (MODE_G_SUPPORT_RATE_STOP + 1)
++
++/* 802.1d to AC mapping. Refer pg 57 of WMM-test-plan-v1.2 */
++const A_UINT8 up_to_ac[]= {
++                WMM_AC_BE,
++                WMM_AC_BK,
++                WMM_AC_BK,
++                WMM_AC_BE,
++                WMM_AC_VI,
++                WMM_AC_VI,
++                WMM_AC_VO,
++                WMM_AC_VO,
++            };
++
++void *
++wmi_init(void *devt)
++{
++    struct wmi_t *wmip;
++
++    wmip = A_MALLOC(sizeof(struct wmi_t));
++    if (wmip == NULL) {
++        return (NULL);
++    }
++    A_MEMZERO(wmip, sizeof(*wmip));
++    A_MUTEX_INIT(&wmip->wmi_lock);
++    wmip->wmi_devt = devt;
++    wlan_node_table_init(wmip, &wmip->wmi_scan_table);
++    wmi_qos_state_init(wmip);
++    wmip->wmi_powerMode = REC_POWER;
++    wmip->wmi_phyMode = WMI_11G_MODE;
++
++    return (wmip);
++}
++
++void
++wmi_qos_state_init(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    A_UINT8 i;
++
++    if (wmip == NULL) {
++        return;
++    }
++    LOCK_WMI(wmip);
++
++    /* Initialize QoS States */
++    wmip->wmi_numQoSStream = 0;
++
++    wmip->wmi_fatPipeExists = 0;
++
++    for (i=0; i < WMM_NUM_AC; i++) {
++        wmip->wmi_streamExistsForAC[i]=0;
++    }
++
++        /* Initialize the static Wmi stream Pri to WMM AC mappings Arrays */
++    WMI_INIT_WMISTREAM_AC_MAP(wmip);
++
++    UNLOCK_WMI(wmip);
++
++    A_WMI_SET_NUMDATAENDPTS(wmip->wmi_devt, 1);
++}
++
++void
++wmi_shutdown(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    if (wmip != NULL) {
++        wlan_node_table_cleanup(&wmip->wmi_scan_table);
++        if (A_IS_MUTEX_VALID(&wmip->wmi_lock)) {
++            A_MUTEX_DELETE(&wmip->wmi_lock);
++        }
++        A_FREE(wmip);
++    }
++}
++
++/*
++ *  performs DIX to 802.3 encapsulation for transmit packets.
++ *  uses passed in buffer.  Returns buffer or NULL if failed.
++ *  Assumes the entire DIX header is contigous and that there is
++ *  enough room in the buffer for a 802.3 mac header and LLC+SNAP headers.
++ */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_dix_2_dot3(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf)
++{
++    A_UINT8          *datap;
++    A_UINT16         typeorlen;
++    ATH_MAC_HDR      macHdr;
++    ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR *llcHdr;
++
++    A_ASSERT(osbuf != NULL);
++
++    if (A_NETBUF_HEADROOM(osbuf) <
++        (sizeof(ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR) + sizeof(WMI_DATA_HDR)))
++    {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    datap = A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++
++    typeorlen = *(A_UINT16 *)(datap + ATH_MAC_LEN + ATH_MAC_LEN);
++
++    if (!IS_ETHERTYPE(A_BE2CPU16(typeorlen))) {
++        /*
++         * packet is already in 802.3 format - return success
++         */
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "packet already 802.3\n", DBGARG));
++        return (A_OK);
++    }
++
++    /*
++     * Save mac fields and length to be inserted later
++     */
++    A_MEMCPY(macHdr.dstMac, datap, ATH_MAC_LEN);
++    A_MEMCPY(macHdr.srcMac, datap + ATH_MAC_LEN, ATH_MAC_LEN);
++    macHdr.typeOrLen = A_CPU2BE16(A_NETBUF_LEN(osbuf) - sizeof(ATH_MAC_HDR) +
++                                  sizeof(ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR));
++
++    /*
++     * Make room for LLC+SNAP headers
++     */
++    if (A_NETBUF_PUSH(osbuf, sizeof(ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR)) != A_OK) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    datap = A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++
++    A_MEMCPY(datap, &macHdr, sizeof (ATH_MAC_HDR));
++
++    llcHdr = (ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR *)(datap + sizeof(ATH_MAC_HDR));
++    llcHdr->dsap      = 0xAA;
++    llcHdr->ssap      = 0xAA;
++    llcHdr->cntl      = 0x03;
++    llcHdr->orgCode[0] = 0x0;
++    llcHdr->orgCode[1] = 0x0;
++    llcHdr->orgCode[2] = 0x0;
++    llcHdr->etherType = typeorlen;
++
++    return (A_OK);
++}
++
++/*
++ * Adds a WMI data header
++ * Assumes there is enough room in the buffer to add header.
++ */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_data_hdr_add(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf, A_UINT8 msgType)
++{
++    WMI_DATA_HDR     *dtHdr;
++
++    A_ASSERT(osbuf != NULL);
++
++    if (A_NETBUF_PUSH(osbuf, sizeof(WMI_DATA_HDR)) != A_OK) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    dtHdr = (WMI_DATA_HDR *)A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++    dtHdr->info = msgType;
++    dtHdr->rssi = 0;
++
++    return (A_OK);
++}
++
++A_UINT8 wmi_implicit_create_pstream(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf, A_UINT8 dir, A_UINT8 up)
++{
++    A_UINT8         *datap;
++    A_UINT8         trafficClass = WMM_AC_BE, userPriority = up;
++    ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR *llcHdr;
++    A_UINT16        ipType = IP_ETHERTYPE;
++    WMI_DATA_HDR     *dtHdr;
++    WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMD  cmd;
++    A_BOOL           streamExists = FALSE;
++
++    A_ASSERT(osbuf != NULL);
++
++    datap = A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++
++    if (up == UNDEFINED_PRI) {
++    llcHdr = (ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR *)(datap + sizeof(WMI_DATA_HDR) +
++                                  sizeof(ATH_MAC_HDR));
++
++        if (llcHdr->etherType == A_CPU2BE16(ipType)) {
++        /* Extract the endpoint info from the TOS field in the IP header */
++        userPriority = A_WMI_IPTOS_TO_USERPRIORITY(((A_UINT8 *)llcHdr) + sizeof(ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR));
++        }
++    }
++
++    if (userPriority < MAX_NUM_PRI) {
++        trafficClass = convert_userPriority_to_trafficClass(userPriority);
++    }
++
++    dtHdr = (WMI_DATA_HDR *)datap;
++    if(dir==UPLINK_TRAFFIC)
++        dtHdr->info |= (userPriority & WMI_DATA_HDR_UP_MASK) << WMI_DATA_HDR_UP_SHIFT;  /* lower 3-bits are 802.1d priority */
++
++    LOCK_WMI(wmip);
++    streamExists = wmip->wmi_fatPipeExists;
++    UNLOCK_WMI(wmip);
++
++    if (!(streamExists & (1 << trafficClass))) {
++
++        A_MEMZERO(&cmd, sizeof(cmd));
++	    cmd.trafficClass = trafficClass;
++	    cmd.userPriority = userPriority;
++		cmd.inactivityInt = WMI_IMPLICIT_PSTREAM_INACTIVITY_INT;
++            /* Implicit streams are created with TSID 0xFF */
++        cmd.tsid = WMI_IMPLICIT_PSTREAM;
++        wmi_create_pstream_cmd(wmip, &cmd);
++    }
++
++    return trafficClass;
++}
++
++WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID
++wmi_get_stream_id(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 trafficClass)
++{
++    return WMI_ACCESSCATEGORY_WMISTREAM(wmip, trafficClass);
++}
++
++/*
++ *  performs 802.3 to DIX encapsulation for received packets.
++ *  Assumes the entire 802.3 header is contigous.
++ */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_dot3_2_dix(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf)
++{
++    A_UINT8          *datap;
++    ATH_MAC_HDR      macHdr;
++    ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR *llcHdr;
++
++    A_ASSERT(osbuf != NULL);
++    datap = A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++
++    A_MEMCPY(&macHdr, datap, sizeof(ATH_MAC_HDR));
++    llcHdr = (ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR *)(datap + sizeof(ATH_MAC_HDR));
++    macHdr.typeOrLen = llcHdr->etherType;
++
++    if (A_NETBUF_PULL(osbuf, sizeof(ATH_LLC_SNAP_HDR)) != A_OK) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    datap = A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++
++    A_MEMCPY(datap, &macHdr, sizeof (ATH_MAC_HDR));
++
++    return (A_OK);
++}
++
++/*
++ * Removes a WMI data header
++ */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_data_hdr_remove(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf)
++{
++    A_ASSERT(osbuf != NULL);
++
++    return (A_NETBUF_PULL(osbuf, sizeof(WMI_DATA_HDR)));
++}
++
++void
++wmi_iterate_nodes(struct wmi_t *wmip, wlan_node_iter_func *f, void *arg)
++{
++    wlan_iterate_nodes(&wmip->wmi_scan_table, f, arg);
++}
++
++/*
++ * WMI Extended Event received from Target.
++ */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_control_rx_xtnd(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf)
++{
++    WMIX_CMD_HDR *cmd;
++    A_UINT16 id;
++    A_UINT8 *datap;
++    A_UINT32 len;
++    A_STATUS status = A_OK;
++
++    if (A_NETBUF_LEN(osbuf) < sizeof(WMIX_CMD_HDR)) {
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "bad packet 1\n", DBGARG));
++        wmip->wmi_stats.cmd_len_err++;
++        A_NETBUF_FREE(osbuf);
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    cmd = (WMIX_CMD_HDR *)A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++    id = cmd->commandId;
++
++    if (A_NETBUF_PULL(osbuf, sizeof(WMIX_CMD_HDR)) != A_OK) {
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "bad packet 2\n", DBGARG));
++        wmip->wmi_stats.cmd_len_err++;
++        A_NETBUF_FREE(osbuf);
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    datap = A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++    len = A_NETBUF_LEN(osbuf);
++
++    switch (id) {
++    case (WMIX_DSETOPENREQ_EVENTID):
++        status = wmi_dset_open_req_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_DSET_SUPPORT
++    case (WMIX_DSETCLOSE_EVENTID):
++        status = wmi_dset_close_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMIX_DSETDATAREQ_EVENTID):
++        status = wmi_dset_data_req_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_DSET_SUPPORT */
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT
++    case (WMIX_GPIO_INTR_EVENTID):
++        wmi_gpio_intr_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMIX_GPIO_DATA_EVENTID):
++        wmi_gpio_data_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMIX_GPIO_ACK_EVENTID):
++        wmi_gpio_ack_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT */
++    case (WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_EVENTID):
++        wmi_hbChallengeResp_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMIX_DBGLOG_EVENTID):
++        wmi_dbglog_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    default:
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI|DBG_ERROR,
++            (DBGFMT "Unknown id 0x%x\n", DBGARG, id));
++        wmip->wmi_stats.cmd_id_err++;
++        status = A_ERROR;
++        break;
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++/*
++ * Control Path
++ */
++A_UINT32 cmdRecvNum;
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_control_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf)
++{
++    WMI_CMD_HDR *cmd;
++    A_UINT16 id;
++    A_UINT8 *datap;
++    A_UINT32 len, i, loggingReq;
++    A_STATUS status = A_OK;
++
++    A_ASSERT(osbuf != NULL);
++    if (A_NETBUF_LEN(osbuf) < sizeof(WMI_CMD_HDR)) {
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "bad packet 1\n", DBGARG));
++        wmip->wmi_stats.cmd_len_err++;
++        A_NETBUF_FREE(osbuf);
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    cmd = (WMI_CMD_HDR *)A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++    id = cmd->commandId;
++
++    if (A_NETBUF_PULL(osbuf, sizeof(WMI_CMD_HDR)) != A_OK) {
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "bad packet 2\n", DBGARG));
++        wmip->wmi_stats.cmd_len_err++;
++        A_NETBUF_FREE(osbuf);
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    datap = A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++    len = A_NETBUF_LEN(osbuf);
++
++    ar6000_get_driver_cfg(wmip->wmi_devt,
++                    AR6000_DRIVER_CFG_LOG_RAW_WMI_MSGS,
++                    &loggingReq);
++
++    if(loggingReq) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WMI, ("WMI %d \n",id));
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WMI, ("WMI recv, MsgNo %d : ", cmdRecvNum));
++        for(i = 0; i < len; i++)
++            AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WMI, ("%x ", datap[i]));
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WMI, ("\n"));
++    }
++
++    LOCK_WMI(wmip);
++    cmdRecvNum++;
++    UNLOCK_WMI(wmip);
++
++    switch (id) {
++    case (WMI_GET_BITRATE_CMDID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_GET_BITRATE_CMDID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_bitrate_reply_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_GET_CHANNEL_LIST_CMDID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_GET_CHANNEL_LIST_CMDID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_channelList_reply_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_GET_TX_PWR_CMDID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_GET_TX_PWR_CMDID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_txPwr_reply_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_READY_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_READY_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_ready_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        A_WMI_SEND_EVENT_TO_APP(wmip->wmi_devt, id, datap, len);
++        A_WMI_DBGLOG_INIT_DONE(wmip->wmi_devt);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_CONNECT_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_CONNECT_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_connect_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        A_WMI_SEND_EVENT_TO_APP(wmip->wmi_devt, id, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_DISCONNECT_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_DISCONNECT_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_disconnect_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        A_WMI_SEND_EVENT_TO_APP(wmip->wmi_devt, id, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_TKIP_MICERR_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_TKIP_MICERR_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_tkip_micerr_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_BSSINFO_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_BSSINFO_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_bssInfo_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        A_WMI_SEND_EVENT_TO_APP(wmip->wmi_devt, id, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_REGDOMAIN_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_REGDOMAIN_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_regDomain_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_PSTREAM_TIMEOUT_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_PSTREAM_TIMEOUT_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_pstream_timeout_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++            /* pstreams are fatpipe abstractions that get implicitly created.
++             * User apps only deal with thinstreams. creation of a thinstream
++             * by the user or data traffic flow in an AC triggers implicit
++             * pstream creation. Do we need to send this event to App..?
++             * no harm in sending it.
++             */
++        A_WMI_SEND_EVENT_TO_APP(wmip->wmi_devt, id, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_NEIGHBOR_REPORT_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_NEIGHBOR_REPORT_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_neighborReport_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_SCAN_COMPLETE_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_SCAN_COMPLETE_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_scanComplete_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        A_WMI_SEND_EVENT_TO_APP(wmip->wmi_devt, id, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_CMDERROR_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_CMDERROR_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_errorEvent_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_REPORT_STATISTICS_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_REPORT_STATISTICS_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_statsEvent_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_rssiThresholdEvent_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_ERROR_REPORT_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_ERROR_REPORT_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_reportErrorEvent_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        A_WMI_SEND_EVENT_TO_APP(wmip->wmi_devt, id, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_OPT_RX_FRAME_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_OPT_RX_FRAME_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_opt_frame_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_REPORT_ROAM_TBL_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_REPORT_ROAM_TBL_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_roam_tbl_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_EXTENSION_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_EXTENSION_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_control_rx_xtnd(wmip, osbuf);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_CAC_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_CAC_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_cac_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_REPORT_ROAM_DATA_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_REPORT_ROAM_DATA_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_roam_data_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++    case (WMI_TEST_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_TEST_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_tcmd_test_report_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++#endif
++    case (WMI_GET_FIXRATES_CMDID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_GET_FIXRATES_CMDID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_ratemask_reply_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_TX_RETRY_ERR_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_TX_RETRY_ERR_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_txRetryErrEvent_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        A_WMI_SEND_EVENT_TO_APP(wmip->wmi_devt, id, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_snrThresholdEvent_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        A_WMI_SEND_EVENT_TO_APP(wmip->wmi_devt, id, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_EVENTID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_lqThresholdEvent_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        A_WMI_SEND_EVENT_TO_APP(wmip->wmi_devt, id, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_APLIST_EVENTID):
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WMI, ("Received APLIST Event\n"));
++        status = wmi_aplistEvent_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE_CMDID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE_CMDID\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_keepalive_reply_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_EVENTID):
++        status = wmi_get_wow_list_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    case (WMI_GET_PMKID_LIST_EVENTID):
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "WMI_GET_PMKID_LIST Event\n", DBGARG));
++        status = wmi_get_pmkid_list_event_rx(wmip, datap, len);
++        break;
++    default:
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI|DBG_ERROR,
++            (DBGFMT "Unknown id 0x%x\n", DBGARG, id));
++        wmip->wmi_stats.cmd_id_err++;
++        status = A_ERROR;
++        break;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_FREE(osbuf);
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_ready_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_READY_EVENT *ev = (WMI_READY_EVENT *)datap;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(WMI_READY_EVENT)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++    wmip->wmi_ready = TRUE;
++    A_WMI_READY_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, ev->macaddr, ev->phyCapability);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_connect_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_CONNECT_EVENT *ev;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(WMI_CONNECT_EVENT)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    ev = (WMI_CONNECT_EVENT *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI,
++        (DBGFMT "freq %d bssid %2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x:%2.2x\n",
++        DBGARG, ev->channel,
++        ev->bssid[0], ev->bssid[1], ev->bssid[2],
++        ev->bssid[3], ev->bssid[4], ev->bssid[5]));
++
++    A_MEMCPY(wmip->wmi_bssid, ev->bssid, ATH_MAC_LEN);
++
++    A_WMI_CONNECT_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, ev->channel, ev->bssid,
++                         ev->listenInterval, ev->beaconInterval,
++                         ev->networkType, ev->beaconIeLen,
++                         ev->assocReqLen, ev->assocRespLen,
++                         ev->assocInfo);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_regDomain_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_REG_DOMAIN_EVENT *ev;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*ev)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    ev = (WMI_REG_DOMAIN_EVENT *)datap;
++
++    A_WMI_REGDOMAIN_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, ev->regDomain);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_neighborReport_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_NEIGHBOR_REPORT_EVENT *ev;
++    int numAps;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*ev)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    ev = (WMI_NEIGHBOR_REPORT_EVENT *)datap;
++    numAps = ev->numberOfAps;
++
++    if (len < (int)(sizeof(*ev) + ((numAps - 1) * sizeof(WMI_NEIGHBOR_INFO)))) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    A_WMI_NEIGHBORREPORT_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, numAps, ev->neighbor);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_disconnect_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_DISCONNECT_EVENT *ev;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(WMI_DISCONNECT_EVENT)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    ev = (WMI_DISCONNECT_EVENT *)datap;
++
++    A_MEMZERO(wmip->wmi_bssid, sizeof(wmip->wmi_bssid));
++
++    A_WMI_DISCONNECT_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, ev->disconnectReason, ev->bssid,
++                            ev->assocRespLen, ev->assocInfo, ev->protocolReasonStatus);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_tkip_micerr_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_TKIP_MICERR_EVENT *ev;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*ev)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    ev = (WMI_TKIP_MICERR_EVENT *)datap;
++    A_WMI_TKIP_MICERR_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, ev->keyid, ev->ismcast);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_bssInfo_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    bss_t *bss;
++    WMI_BSS_INFO_HDR *bih;
++    A_UINT8 *buf;
++    A_UINT32 nodeCachingAllowed;
++
++    if (len <= sizeof(WMI_BSS_INFO_HDR)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    A_WMI_BSSINFO_EVENT_RX(wmip->wmi_devt, datap, len);
++    /* What is driver config for wlan node caching? */
++    if(ar6000_get_driver_cfg(wmip->wmi_devt,
++                    AR6000_DRIVER_CFG_GET_WLANNODECACHING,
++                    &nodeCachingAllowed) != A_OK) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    if(!nodeCachingAllowed) {
++        return A_OK;
++    }
++
++    bih = (WMI_BSS_INFO_HDR *)datap;
++    buf = datap + sizeof(WMI_BSS_INFO_HDR);
++    len -= sizeof(WMI_BSS_INFO_HDR);
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI2, (DBGFMT "bssInfo event - ch %u, rssi %02x, "
++              "bssid \"%02x:%02x:%02x:%02x:%02x:%02x\"\n", DBGARG,
++              bih->channel, (unsigned char) bih->rssi, bih->bssid[0],
++              bih->bssid[1], bih->bssid[2], bih->bssid[3], bih->bssid[4],
++              bih->bssid[5]));
++
++	if(wps_enable && (bih->frameType == PROBERESP_FTYPE) )
++		return A_OK;
++
++    bss = wlan_find_node(&wmip->wmi_scan_table, bih->bssid);
++    if (bss != NULL) {
++        /*
++         * Free up the node.  Not the most efficient process given
++         * we are about to allocate a new node but it is simple and should be
++         * adequate.
++         */
++        wlan_node_reclaim(&wmip->wmi_scan_table, bss);
++    }
++
++    bss = wlan_node_alloc(&wmip->wmi_scan_table, len);
++    if (bss == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    bss->ni_snr        = bih->snr;
++    bss->ni_rssi       = bih->rssi;
++    A_ASSERT(bss->ni_buf != NULL);
++    A_MEMCPY(bss->ni_buf, buf, len);
++
++    if (wlan_parse_beacon(bss->ni_buf, len, &bss->ni_cie) != A_OK) {
++        wlan_node_free(bss);
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    /*
++     * Update the frequency in ie_chan, overwriting of channel number
++     * which is done in wlan_parse_beacon
++     */
++    bss->ni_cie.ie_chan = bih->channel;
++    wlan_setup_node(&wmip->wmi_scan_table, bss, bih->bssid);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_opt_frame_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    bss_t *bss;
++    WMI_OPT_RX_INFO_HDR *bih;
++    A_UINT8 *buf;
++
++    if (len <= sizeof(WMI_OPT_RX_INFO_HDR)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    bih = (WMI_OPT_RX_INFO_HDR *)datap;
++    buf = datap + sizeof(WMI_OPT_RX_INFO_HDR);
++    len -= sizeof(WMI_OPT_RX_INFO_HDR);
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI2, (DBGFMT "opt frame event %2.2x:%2.2x\n", DBGARG,
++        bih->bssid[4], bih->bssid[5]));
++
++    bss = wlan_find_node(&wmip->wmi_scan_table, bih->bssid);
++    if (bss != NULL) {
++        /*
++         * Free up the node.  Not the most efficient process given
++         * we are about to allocate a new node but it is simple and should be
++         * adequate.
++         */
++        wlan_node_reclaim(&wmip->wmi_scan_table, bss);
++    }
++
++    bss = wlan_node_alloc(&wmip->wmi_scan_table, len);
++    if (bss == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    bss->ni_snr        = bih->snr;
++    bss->ni_cie.ie_chan = bih->channel;
++    A_ASSERT(bss->ni_buf != NULL);
++    A_MEMCPY(bss->ni_buf, buf, len);
++    wlan_setup_node(&wmip->wmi_scan_table, bss, bih->bssid);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++    /* This event indicates inactivity timeout of a fatpipe(pstream)
++     * at the target
++     */
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_pstream_timeout_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_PSTREAM_TIMEOUT_EVENT *ev;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(WMI_PSTREAM_TIMEOUT_EVENT)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "wmi_pstream_timeout_event_rx\n", DBGARG));
++
++    ev = (WMI_PSTREAM_TIMEOUT_EVENT *)datap;
++
++        /* When the pstream (fat pipe == AC) timesout, it means there were no
++         * thinStreams within this pstream & it got implicitly created due to
++         * data flow on this AC. We start the inactivity timer only for
++         * implicitly created pstream. Just reset the host state.
++         */
++        /* Set the activeTsids for this AC to 0 */
++    LOCK_WMI(wmip);
++    wmip->wmi_streamExistsForAC[ev->trafficClass]=0;
++    wmip->wmi_fatPipeExists &= ~(1 << ev->trafficClass);
++    UNLOCK_WMI(wmip);
++
++        /*Indicate inactivity to driver layer for this fatpipe (pstream)*/
++    A_WMI_STREAM_TX_INACTIVE(wmip->wmi_devt, ev->trafficClass);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_bitrate_reply_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_BIT_RATE_CMD *reply;
++    A_INT32 rate;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(WMI_BIT_RATE_CMD)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_BIT_RATE_CMD *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI,
++        (DBGFMT "Enter - rateindex %d\n", DBGARG, reply->rateIndex));
++
++    if (reply->rateIndex == RATE_AUTO) {
++        rate = RATE_AUTO;
++    } else {
++        rate = wmi_rateTable[(A_UINT32) reply->rateIndex];
++    }
++
++    A_WMI_BITRATE_RX(wmip->wmi_devt, rate);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_ratemask_reply_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_FIX_RATES_CMD *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(WMI_BIT_RATE_CMD)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_FIX_RATES_CMD *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI,
++        (DBGFMT "Enter - fixed rate mask %x\n", DBGARG, reply->fixRateMask));
++
++    A_WMI_RATEMASK_RX(wmip->wmi_devt, reply->fixRateMask);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_channelList_reply_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_CHANNEL_LIST_REPLY *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(WMI_CHANNEL_LIST_REPLY)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_CHANNEL_LIST_REPLY *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_CHANNELLIST_RX(wmip->wmi_devt, reply->numChannels,
++                          reply->channelList);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_txPwr_reply_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_TX_PWR_REPLY *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*reply)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_TX_PWR_REPLY *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_TXPWR_RX(wmip->wmi_devt, reply->dbM);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_keepalive_reply_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE_CMD *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*reply)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE_CMD *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_KEEPALIVE_RX(wmip->wmi_devt, reply->configured);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_dset_open_req_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMIX_DSETOPENREQ_EVENT *dsetopenreq;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(WMIX_DSETOPENREQ_EVENT)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    dsetopenreq = (WMIX_DSETOPENREQ_EVENT *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI,
++        (DBGFMT "Enter - dset_id=0x%x\n", DBGARG, dsetopenreq->dset_id));
++    A_WMI_DSET_OPEN_REQ(wmip->wmi_devt,
++                        dsetopenreq->dset_id,
++                        dsetopenreq->targ_dset_handle,
++                        dsetopenreq->targ_reply_fn,
++                        dsetopenreq->targ_reply_arg);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_DSET_SUPPORT
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_dset_close_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMIX_DSETCLOSE_EVENT *dsetclose;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(WMIX_DSETCLOSE_EVENT)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    dsetclose = (WMIX_DSETCLOSE_EVENT *)datap;
++    A_WMI_DSET_CLOSE(wmip->wmi_devt, dsetclose->access_cookie);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_dset_data_req_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMIX_DSETDATAREQ_EVENT *dsetdatareq;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(WMIX_DSETDATAREQ_EVENT)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    dsetdatareq = (WMIX_DSETDATAREQ_EVENT *)datap;
++    A_WMI_DSET_DATA_REQ(wmip->wmi_devt,
++                         dsetdatareq->access_cookie,
++                         dsetdatareq->offset,
++                         dsetdatareq->length,
++                         dsetdatareq->targ_buf,
++                         dsetdatareq->targ_reply_fn,
++                         dsetdatareq->targ_reply_arg);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_DSET_SUPPORT */
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_scanComplete_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_SCAN_COMPLETE_EVENT *ev;
++
++    ev = (WMI_SCAN_COMPLETE_EVENT *)datap;
++    A_WMI_SCANCOMPLETE_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, ev->status);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++/*
++ * Target is reporting a programming error.  This is for
++ * developer aid only.  Target only checks a few common violations
++ * and it is responsibility of host to do all error checking.
++ * Behavior of target after wmi error event is undefined.
++ * A reset is recommended.
++ */
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_errorEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_CMD_ERROR_EVENT *ev;
++
++    ev = (WMI_CMD_ERROR_EVENT *)datap;
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WMI, ("Programming Error: cmd=%d ", ev->commandId));
++    switch (ev->errorCode) {
++    case (INVALID_PARAM):
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WMI, ("Illegal Parameter\n"));
++        break;
++    case (ILLEGAL_STATE):
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WMI, ("Illegal State\n"));
++        break;
++    case (INTERNAL_ERROR):
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WMI, ("Internal Error\n"));
++        break;
++    }
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_statsEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_TARGET_STATS *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*reply)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_TARGET_STATS *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_TARGETSTATS_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, reply);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_rssiThresholdEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_EVENT *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*reply)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_EVENT *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, reply->range, reply->rssi);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_reportErrorEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_EVENT *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*reply)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_EVENT *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_REPORT_ERROR_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, reply->errorVal);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_cac_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_CAC_EVENT *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*reply)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_CAC_EVENT *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_CAC_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, reply->ac,
++                reply->cac_indication, reply->statusCode,
++                reply->tspecSuggestion);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_hbChallengeResp_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_EVENT *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*reply)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_EVENT *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "wmi: challenge response event\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_HBCHALLENGERESP_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, reply->cookie, reply->source);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_roam_tbl_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_TARGET_ROAM_TBL *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*reply)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_TARGET_ROAM_TBL *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_ROAM_TABLE_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, reply);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_roam_data_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_TARGET_ROAM_DATA *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*reply)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_TARGET_ROAM_DATA *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_ROAM_DATA_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, reply);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_txRetryErrEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_TX_RETRY_ERR_EVENT *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*reply)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_TX_RETRY_ERR_EVENT *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_TX_RETRY_ERR_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_snrThresholdEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_EVENT *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*reply)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_EVENT *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_EVENT_RX(wmip->wmi_devt, reply->range, reply->snr);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_lqThresholdEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_EVENT *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(*reply)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_EVENT *)datap;
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_EVENT_RX(wmip->wmi_devt, reply->range, reply->lq);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_aplistEvent_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    A_UINT16 ap_info_entry_size;
++    WMI_APLIST_EVENT *ev = (WMI_APLIST_EVENT *)datap;
++    WMI_AP_INFO_V1 *ap_info_v1;
++    A_UINT8 i;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(WMI_APLIST_EVENT)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    if (ev->apListVer == APLIST_VER1) {
++        ap_info_entry_size = sizeof(WMI_AP_INFO_V1);
++        ap_info_v1 = (WMI_AP_INFO_V1 *)ev->apList;
++    } else {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WMI, ("Number of APs in APLIST Event is %d\n", ev->numAP));
++    if (len < (int)(sizeof(WMI_APLIST_EVENT) +
++              (ev->numAP - 1) * ap_info_entry_size))
++    {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    /*
++     * AP List Ver1 Contents
++     */
++    for (i = 0; i < ev->numAP; i++) {
++        AR_DEBUG_PRINTF(ATH_DEBUG_WMI, ("AP#%d BSSID %2.2x %2.2x %2.2x %2.2x %2.2x %2.2x "\
++                    "Channel %d\n", i,
++                   ap_info_v1->bssid[0], ap_info_v1->bssid[1],
++                   ap_info_v1->bssid[2], ap_info_v1->bssid[3],
++                   ap_info_v1->bssid[4], ap_info_v1->bssid[5],
++                   ap_info_v1->channel));
++        ap_info_v1++;
++    }
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_dbglog_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    A_UINT32 dropped;
++
++    dropped = *((A_UINT32 *)datap);
++    datap += sizeof(dropped);
++    len -= sizeof(dropped);
++    A_WMI_DBGLOG_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, dropped, datap, len);
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_gpio_intr_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMIX_GPIO_INTR_EVENT *gpio_intr = (WMIX_GPIO_INTR_EVENT *)datap;
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI,
++        (DBGFMT "Enter - intrmask=0x%x input=0x%x.\n", DBGARG,
++        gpio_intr->intr_mask, gpio_intr->input_values));
++
++    A_WMI_GPIO_INTR_RX(gpio_intr->intr_mask, gpio_intr->input_values);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_gpio_data_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMIX_GPIO_DATA_EVENT *gpio_data = (WMIX_GPIO_DATA_EVENT *)datap;
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI,
++        (DBGFMT "Enter - reg=%d value=0x%x\n", DBGARG,
++        gpio_data->reg_id, gpio_data->value));
++
++    A_WMI_GPIO_DATA_RX(gpio_data->reg_id, gpio_data->value);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_gpio_ack_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    A_WMI_GPIO_ACK_RX();
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT */
++
++/*
++ * Called to send a wmi command. Command specific data is already built
++ * on osbuf and current osbuf->data points to it.
++ */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_cmd_send(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf, WMI_COMMAND_ID cmdId,
++               WMI_SYNC_FLAG syncflag)
++{
++#define IS_LONG_CMD(cmdId) ((cmdId == WMI_OPT_TX_FRAME_CMDID) || (cmdId == WMI_ADD_WOW_PATTERN_CMDID))
++    WMI_CMD_HDR         *cHdr;
++    WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID   streamID = WMI_CONTROL_PRI;
++
++    A_ASSERT(osbuf != NULL);
++
++    if (syncflag >= END_WMIFLAG) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    if ((syncflag == SYNC_BEFORE_WMIFLAG) || (syncflag == SYNC_BOTH_WMIFLAG)) {
++        /*
++         * We want to make sure all data currently queued is transmitted before
++         * the cmd execution.  Establish a new sync point.
++         */
++        wmi_sync_point(wmip);
++    }
++
++    if (A_NETBUF_PUSH(osbuf, sizeof(WMI_CMD_HDR)) != A_OK) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    cHdr = (WMI_CMD_HDR *)A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++    cHdr->commandId = cmdId;
++
++    /*
++     * Send cmd, some via control pipe, others via data pipe
++     */
++    if (IS_LONG_CMD(cmdId)) {
++        wmi_data_hdr_add(wmip, osbuf, CNTL_MSGTYPE);
++        // TODO ... these can now go through the control endpoint via HTC 2.0
++        streamID = WMI_BEST_EFFORT_PRI;
++    }
++    A_WMI_CONTROL_TX(wmip->wmi_devt, osbuf, streamID);
++
++    if ((syncflag == SYNC_AFTER_WMIFLAG) || (syncflag == SYNC_BOTH_WMIFLAG)) {
++        /*
++         * We want to make sure all new data queued waits for the command to
++         * execute. Establish a new sync point.
++         */
++        wmi_sync_point(wmip);
++    }
++    return (A_OK);
++#undef IS_LONG_CMD
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_cmd_send_xtnd(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf, WMI_COMMAND_ID cmdId,
++                  WMI_SYNC_FLAG syncflag)
++{
++    WMIX_CMD_HDR     *cHdr;
++
++    if (A_NETBUF_PUSH(osbuf, sizeof(WMIX_CMD_HDR)) != A_OK) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    cHdr = (WMIX_CMD_HDR *)A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++    cHdr->commandId = cmdId;
++
++    return wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_EXTENSION_CMDID, syncflag);
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_connect_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, NETWORK_TYPE netType,
++                DOT11_AUTH_MODE dot11AuthMode, AUTH_MODE authMode,
++                CRYPTO_TYPE pairwiseCrypto, A_UINT8 pairwiseCryptoLen,
++                CRYPTO_TYPE groupCrypto,A_UINT8 groupCryptoLen,
++                int ssidLength, A_UCHAR *ssid,
++                A_UINT8 *bssid, A_UINT16 channel, A_UINT32 ctrl_flags)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_CONNECT_CMD *cc;
++
++    if ((pairwiseCrypto == NONE_CRYPT) && (groupCrypto != NONE_CRYPT)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    if ((pairwiseCrypto != NONE_CRYPT) && (groupCrypto == NONE_CRYPT)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(WMI_CONNECT_CMD));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(WMI_CONNECT_CMD));
++
++    cc = (WMI_CONNECT_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cc, sizeof(*cc));
++
++    A_MEMCPY(cc->ssid, ssid, ssidLength);
++    cc->ssidLength          = ssidLength;
++    cc->networkType         = netType;
++    cc->dot11AuthMode       = dot11AuthMode;
++    cc->authMode            = authMode;
++    cc->pairwiseCryptoType  = pairwiseCrypto;
++    cc->pairwiseCryptoLen   = pairwiseCryptoLen;
++    cc->groupCryptoType     = groupCrypto;
++    cc->groupCryptoLen      = groupCryptoLen;
++    cc->channel             = channel;
++    cc->ctrl_flags          = ctrl_flags;
++
++    if (bssid != NULL) {
++        A_MEMCPY(cc->bssid, bssid, ATH_MAC_LEN);
++    }
++    if (wmi_set_keepalive_cmd(wmip, wmip->wmi_keepaliveInterval) != A_OK) {
++        return(A_ERROR);
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_CONNECT_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_reconnect_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *bssid, A_UINT16 channel)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_RECONNECT_CMD *cc;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(WMI_RECONNECT_CMD));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(WMI_RECONNECT_CMD));
++
++    cc = (WMI_RECONNECT_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cc, sizeof(*cc));
++
++    cc->channel = channel;
++
++    if (bssid != NULL) {
++        A_MEMCPY(cc->bssid, bssid, ATH_MAC_LEN);
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_RECONNECT_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_disconnect_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    A_STATUS status;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(0);      /* no payload */
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    /* Bug fix for 24817(elevator bug) - the disconnect command does not
++       need to do a SYNC before.*/
++    status = (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_DISCONNECT_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++    wmi_qos_state_init(wmip);
++    return status;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_startscan_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_SCAN_TYPE scanType,
++                  A_BOOL forceFgScan, A_BOOL isLegacy,
++                  A_UINT32 homeDwellTime, A_UINT32 forceScanInterval)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_START_SCAN_CMD *sc;
++
++    if ((scanType != WMI_LONG_SCAN) && (scanType != WMI_SHORT_SCAN)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*sc));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*sc));
++
++    sc = (WMI_START_SCAN_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    sc->scanType = scanType;
++    sc->forceFgScan = forceFgScan;
++    sc->isLegacy = isLegacy;
++    sc->homeDwellTime = homeDwellTime;
++    sc->forceScanInterval = forceScanInterval;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_START_SCAN_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_scanparams_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 fg_start_sec,
++                   A_UINT16 fg_end_sec, A_UINT16 bg_sec,
++                   A_UINT16 minact_chdw_msec, A_UINT16 maxact_chdw_msec,
++                   A_UINT16 pas_chdw_msec,
++                   A_UINT8 shScanRatio, A_UINT8 scanCtrlFlags,
++                   A_UINT32 max_dfsch_act_time)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SCAN_PARAMS_CMD *sc;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*sc));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*sc));
++
++    sc = (WMI_SCAN_PARAMS_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(sc, sizeof(*sc));
++    sc->fg_start_period  = fg_start_sec;
++    sc->fg_end_period    = fg_end_sec;
++    sc->bg_period        = bg_sec;
++    sc->minact_chdwell_time = minact_chdw_msec;
++    sc->maxact_chdwell_time = maxact_chdw_msec;
++    sc->pas_chdwell_time = pas_chdw_msec;
++    sc->shortScanRatio   = shScanRatio;
++    sc->scanCtrlFlags    = scanCtrlFlags;
++    sc->max_dfsch_act_time = max_dfsch_act_time;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_SCAN_PARAMS_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_bssfilter_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 filter, A_UINT32 ieMask)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_BSS_FILTER_CMD *cmd;
++
++    if (filter >= LAST_BSS_FILTER) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_BSS_FILTER_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->bssFilter = filter;
++    cmd->ieMask = ieMask;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_BSS_FILTER_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_probedSsid_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 index, A_UINT8 flag,
++                   A_UINT8 ssidLength, A_UCHAR *ssid)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_PROBED_SSID_CMD *cmd;
++
++    if (index > MAX_PROBED_SSID_INDEX) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    if (ssidLength > sizeof(cmd->ssid)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    if ((flag & (DISABLE_SSID_FLAG | ANY_SSID_FLAG)) && (ssidLength > 0)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    if ((flag & SPECIFIC_SSID_FLAG) && !ssidLength) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_PROBED_SSID_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->entryIndex = index;
++    cmd->flag       = flag;
++    cmd->ssidLength = ssidLength;
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd->ssid, ssid, ssidLength);
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_PROBED_SSID_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_listeninterval_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 listenInterval, A_UINT16 listenBeacons)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_LISTEN_INT_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_LISTEN_INT_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->listenInterval = listenInterval;
++    cmd->numBeacons = listenBeacons;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_LISTEN_INT_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_bmisstime_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 bmissTime, A_UINT16 bmissBeacons)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_BMISS_TIME_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_BMISS_TIME_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->bmissTime = bmissTime;
++    cmd->numBeacons =  bmissBeacons;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_BMISS_TIME_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_associnfo_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 ieType,
++                     A_UINT8 ieLen, A_UINT8 *ieInfo)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_ASSOC_INFO_CMD *cmd;
++    A_UINT16 cmdLen;
++
++    cmdLen = sizeof(*cmd) + ieLen - 1;
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(cmdLen);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, cmdLen);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_ASSOC_INFO_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, cmdLen);
++    cmd->ieType = ieType;
++    cmd->bufferSize = ieLen;
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd->assocInfo, ieInfo, ieLen);
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_ASSOC_INFO_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_powermode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 powerMode)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_POWER_MODE_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_POWER_MODE_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->powerMode = powerMode;
++    wmip->wmi_powerMode = powerMode;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_POWER_MODE_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_ibsspmcaps_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 pmEnable, A_UINT8 ttl,
++                   A_UINT16 atim_windows, A_UINT16 timeout_value)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_IBSS_PM_CAPS_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_IBSS_PM_CAPS_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->power_saving = pmEnable;
++    cmd->ttl = ttl;
++    cmd->atim_windows = atim_windows;
++    cmd->timeout_value = timeout_value;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_IBSS_PM_CAPS_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_pmparams_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 idlePeriod,
++                 A_UINT16 psPollNum, A_UINT16 dtimPolicy)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_POWER_PARAMS_CMD *pm;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*pm));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*pm));
++
++    pm = (WMI_POWER_PARAMS_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(pm, sizeof(*pm));
++    pm->idle_period   = idlePeriod;
++    pm->pspoll_number = psPollNum;
++    pm->dtim_policy   = dtimPolicy;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_POWER_PARAMS_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_disctimeout_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 timeout)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_DISC_TIMEOUT_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_DISC_TIMEOUT_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->disconnectTimeout = timeout;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_DISC_TIMEOUT_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_addKey_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 keyIndex, CRYPTO_TYPE keyType,
++               A_UINT8 keyUsage, A_UINT8 keyLength, A_UINT8 *keyRSC,
++               A_UINT8 *keyMaterial, A_UINT8 key_op_ctrl,
++               WMI_SYNC_FLAG sync_flag)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_ADD_CIPHER_KEY_CMD *cmd;
++
++    if ((keyIndex > WMI_MAX_KEY_INDEX) || (keyLength > WMI_MAX_KEY_LEN) ||
++        (keyMaterial == NULL))
++    {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    if ((WEP_CRYPT != keyType) && (NULL == keyRSC)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_ADD_CIPHER_KEY_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->keyIndex = keyIndex;
++    cmd->keyType  = keyType;
++    cmd->keyUsage = keyUsage;
++    cmd->keyLength = keyLength;
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd->key, keyMaterial, keyLength);
++    if (NULL != keyRSC) {
++        A_MEMCPY(cmd->keyRSC, keyRSC, sizeof(cmd->keyRSC));
++    }
++    cmd->key_op_ctrl = key_op_ctrl;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_ADD_CIPHER_KEY_CMDID, sync_flag));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_add_krk_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *krk)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_ADD_KRK_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_ADD_KRK_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd->krk, krk, WMI_KRK_LEN);
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_ADD_KRK_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_delete_krk_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(0);
++
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_DELETE_KRK_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_deleteKey_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 keyIndex)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_DELETE_CIPHER_KEY_CMD *cmd;
++
++    if (keyIndex > WMI_MAX_KEY_INDEX) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_DELETE_CIPHER_KEY_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->keyIndex = keyIndex;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_DELETE_CIPHER_KEY_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_setPmkid_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *bssid, A_UINT8 *pmkId,
++                 A_BOOL set)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_PMKID_CMD *cmd;
++
++    if (bssid == NULL) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    if ((set == TRUE) && (pmkId == NULL)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_PMKID_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd->bssid, bssid, sizeof(cmd->bssid));
++    if (set == TRUE) {
++        A_MEMCPY(cmd->pmkid, pmkId, sizeof(cmd->pmkid));
++        cmd->enable = PMKID_ENABLE;
++    } else {
++        A_MEMZERO(cmd->pmkid, sizeof(cmd->pmkid));
++        cmd->enable = PMKID_DISABLE;
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_PMKID_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_tkip_countermeasures_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_BOOL en)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_TKIP_COUNTERMEASURES_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_TKIP_COUNTERMEASURES_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    cmd->cm_en = (en == TRUE)? WMI_TKIP_CM_ENABLE : WMI_TKIP_CM_DISABLE;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_TKIP_COUNTERMEASURES_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_akmp_params_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                        WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS_CMD *akmpParams)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    cmd->akmpInfo = akmpParams->akmpInfo;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_AKMP_PARAMS_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_pmkid_list_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                       WMI_SET_PMKID_LIST_CMD *pmkInfo)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_PMKID_LIST_CMD *cmd;
++    A_UINT16 cmdLen;
++    A_UINT8 i;
++
++    cmdLen = sizeof(pmkInfo->numPMKID) +
++             pmkInfo->numPMKID * sizeof(WMI_PMKID);
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(cmdLen);
++
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, cmdLen);
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_PMKID_LIST_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    cmd->numPMKID = pmkInfo->numPMKID;
++
++    for (i = 0; i < cmd->numPMKID; i++) {
++        A_MEMCPY(&cmd->pmkidList[i], &pmkInfo->pmkidList[i],
++                 WMI_PMKID_LEN);
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_PMKID_LIST_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_get_pmkid_list_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(0);      /* no payload */
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_GET_PMKID_LIST_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_dataSync_send(struct wmi_t *wmip, void *osbuf, WMI_PRI_STREAM_ID streamID)
++{
++    WMI_DATA_HDR     *dtHdr;
++
++    A_ASSERT(streamID != WMI_CONTROL_PRI);
++    A_ASSERT(osbuf != NULL);
++
++    if (A_NETBUF_PUSH(osbuf, sizeof(WMI_DATA_HDR)) != A_OK) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    dtHdr = (WMI_DATA_HDR *)A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++    dtHdr->info =
++      (SYNC_MSGTYPE & WMI_DATA_HDR_MSG_TYPE_MASK) << WMI_DATA_HDR_MSG_TYPE_SHIFT;
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter - streamID %d\n", DBGARG, streamID));
++
++    return (A_WMI_CONTROL_TX(wmip->wmi_devt, osbuf, streamID));
++}
++
++typedef struct _WMI_DATA_SYNC_BUFS {
++    A_UINT8            trafficClass;
++    void               *osbuf;
++}WMI_DATA_SYNC_BUFS;
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_sync_point(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++	void *cmd_osbuf;
++    WMI_DATA_SYNC_BUFS dataSyncBufs[WMM_NUM_AC];
++	A_UINT8 i,numPriStreams=0;
++	A_STATUS status;
++
++	A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    memset(dataSyncBufs,0,sizeof(dataSyncBufs));
++
++    /* lock out while we walk through the priority list and assemble our local array */
++    LOCK_WMI(wmip);
++
++    for (i=0; i < WMM_NUM_AC ; i++) {
++		if (wmip->wmi_fatPipeExists & (1 << i)) {
++            numPriStreams++;
++            dataSyncBufs[numPriStreams-1].trafficClass = i;
++        }
++    }
++
++    UNLOCK_WMI(wmip);
++
++    /* dataSyncBufs is now filled with entries (starting at index 0) containing valid streamIDs */
++
++    do {
++	    /*
++	     * We allocate all network buffers needed so we will be able to
++	     * send all required frames.
++	     */
++	    cmd_osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(0);      /* no payload */
++	    if (cmd_osbuf == NULL) {
++		    status = A_NO_MEMORY;
++            break;
++	    }
++
++	    for (i=0; i < numPriStreams ; i++) {
++	        dataSyncBufs[i].osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(0);
++            if (dataSyncBufs[i].osbuf == NULL) {
++                status = A_NO_MEMORY;
++                break;
++            }
++	    } //end for
++
++	    /*
++	     * Send sync cmd followed by sync data messages on all endpoints being
++	     * used
++	     */
++	    status = wmi_cmd_send(wmip, cmd_osbuf, WMI_SYNCHRONIZE_CMDID,
++						  NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG);
++
++        if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++            break;
++        }
++            /* cmd buffer sent, we no longer own it */
++        cmd_osbuf = NULL;
++
++		for(i=0; i < numPriStreams; i++) {
++            A_ASSERT(dataSyncBufs[i].osbuf != NULL);
++
++            status = wmi_dataSync_send(wmip, dataSyncBufs[i].osbuf,
++                        WMI_ACCESSCATEGORY_WMISTREAM(wmip,dataSyncBufs[i].trafficClass));
++
++            if (A_FAILED(status)) {
++                break;
++            }
++            /* we don't own this buffer anymore, NULL it out of the array so it
++             * won't get cleaned up */
++            dataSyncBufs[i].osbuf = NULL;
++		} //end for
++
++    } while(FALSE);
++
++    /* free up any resources left over (possibly due to an error) */
++
++    if (cmd_osbuf != NULL) {
++        A_NETBUF_FREE(cmd_osbuf);
++    }
++
++    for (i = 0; i < numPriStreams; i++) {
++        if (dataSyncBufs[i].osbuf != NULL) {
++            A_NETBUF_FREE(dataSyncBufs[i].osbuf);
++        }
++    }
++
++	return (status);
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_create_pstream_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMD *params)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMD *cmd;
++	A_UINT16 activeTsids=0;
++    A_UINT8 fatPipeExistsForAC=0;
++
++    /* Validate all the parameters. */
++    if( !((params->userPriority < 8) &&
++         (params->userPriority <= 0x7) &&
++         (convert_userPriority_to_trafficClass(params->userPriority) == params->trafficClass)  &&
++         (params->trafficDirection == UPLINK_TRAFFIC ||
++            params->trafficDirection == DNLINK_TRAFFIC ||
++            params->trafficDirection == BIDIR_TRAFFIC) &&
++         (params->trafficType == TRAFFIC_TYPE_APERIODIC ||
++            params->trafficType == TRAFFIC_TYPE_PERIODIC ) &&
++         (params->voicePSCapability == DISABLE_FOR_THIS_AC  ||
++            params->voicePSCapability == ENABLE_FOR_THIS_AC ||
++            params->voicePSCapability == ENABLE_FOR_ALL_AC) &&
++         (params->tsid == WMI_IMPLICIT_PSTREAM || params->tsid <= WMI_MAX_THINSTREAM)) )
++    {
++        return  A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI,
++        (DBGFMT "Sending create_pstream_cmd: ac=%d    tsid:%d\n", DBGARG,
++        params->trafficClass, params->tsid));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd, params, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++        /* this is an implicitly created Fat pipe */
++    if (params->tsid == WMI_IMPLICIT_PSTREAM) {
++        LOCK_WMI(wmip);
++        fatPipeExistsForAC = (wmip->wmi_fatPipeExists & (1 << params->trafficClass));
++        wmip->wmi_fatPipeExists |= (1<<params->trafficClass);
++        UNLOCK_WMI(wmip);
++    } else {
++            /* this is an explicitly created thin stream within a fat pipe */
++        LOCK_WMI(wmip);
++        fatPipeExistsForAC = (wmip->wmi_fatPipeExists & (1 << params->trafficClass));
++        activeTsids = wmip->wmi_streamExistsForAC[params->trafficClass];
++        wmip->wmi_streamExistsForAC[params->trafficClass] |= (1<<params->tsid);
++            /* if a thinstream becomes active, the fat pipe automatically
++            * becomes active
++            */
++        wmip->wmi_fatPipeExists |= (1<<params->trafficClass);
++        UNLOCK_WMI(wmip);
++    }
++
++        /* Indicate activty change to driver layer only if this is the
++         * first TSID to get created in this AC explicitly or an implicit
++         * fat pipe is getting created.
++         */
++    if (!fatPipeExistsForAC) {
++        A_WMI_STREAM_TX_ACTIVE(wmip->wmi_devt, params->trafficClass);
++    }
++
++    /* mike: should be SYNC_BEFORE_WMIFLAG */
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_delete_pstream_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 trafficClass, A_UINT8 tsid)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_DELETE_PSTREAM_CMD *cmd;
++    A_STATUS status;
++	A_UINT16 activeTsids=0;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_DELETE_PSTREAM_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd->trafficClass = trafficClass;
++    cmd->tsid = tsid;
++
++    LOCK_WMI(wmip);
++    activeTsids = wmip->wmi_streamExistsForAC[trafficClass];
++    UNLOCK_WMI(wmip);
++
++        /* Check if the tsid was created & exists */
++    if (!(activeTsids & (1<<tsid))) {
++
++        A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI,
++        (DBGFMT "TSID %d does'nt exist for trafficClass: %d\n", DBGARG, tsid, trafficClass));
++            /* TODO: return a more appropriate err code */
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI,
++        (DBGFMT "Sending delete_pstream_cmd: trafficClass: %d tsid=%d\n", DBGARG, trafficClass, tsid));
++
++    status = (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_DELETE_PSTREAM_CMDID,
++                         SYNC_BEFORE_WMIFLAG));
++
++    LOCK_WMI(wmip);
++    wmip->wmi_streamExistsForAC[trafficClass] &= ~(1<<tsid);
++    activeTsids = wmip->wmi_streamExistsForAC[trafficClass];
++    UNLOCK_WMI(wmip);
++
++
++        /* Indicate stream inactivity to driver layer only if all tsids
++         * within this AC are deleted.
++         */
++    if(!activeTsids) {
++        A_WMI_STREAM_TX_INACTIVE(wmip->wmi_devt, trafficClass);
++        wmip->wmi_fatPipeExists &= ~(1<<trafficClass);
++    }
++
++    return status;
++}
++
++/*
++ * used to set the bit rate.  rate is in Kbps.  If rate == -1
++ * then auto selection is used.
++ */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_bitrate_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_INT32 rate)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_BIT_RATE_CMD *cmd;
++    A_INT8 index;
++
++    if (rate != -1) {
++        index = wmi_validate_bitrate(wmip, rate);
++        if(index == A_EINVAL){
++            return A_EINVAL;
++        }
++    } else {
++        index = -1;
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_BIT_RATE_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd->rateIndex = index;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_BITRATE_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_get_bitrate_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(0);      /* no payload */
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_GET_BITRATE_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++/*
++ * Returns TRUE iff the given rate index is legal in the current PHY mode.
++ */
++A_BOOL
++wmi_is_bitrate_index_valid(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT32 rateIndex)
++{
++    WMI_PHY_MODE phyMode = wmip->wmi_phyMode;
++    A_BOOL isValid = TRUE;
++    switch(phyMode) {
++        case WMI_11A_MODE:
++            if ((rateIndex < MODE_A_SUPPORT_RATE_START) || (rateIndex > MODE_A_SUPPORT_RATE_STOP)) {
++                isValid = FALSE;
++            }
++            break;
++
++        case WMI_11B_MODE:
++            if ((rateIndex < MODE_B_SUPPORT_RATE_START) || (rateIndex > MODE_B_SUPPORT_RATE_STOP)) {
++                isValid = FALSE;
++            }
++            break;
++
++        case WMI_11GONLY_MODE:
++            if ((rateIndex < MODE_GONLY_SUPPORT_RATE_START) || (rateIndex > MODE_GONLY_SUPPORT_RATE_STOP)) {
++                isValid = FALSE;
++            }
++            break;
++
++        case WMI_11G_MODE:
++        case WMI_11AG_MODE:
++            if ((rateIndex < MODE_G_SUPPORT_RATE_START) || (rateIndex > MODE_G_SUPPORT_RATE_STOP)) {
++                isValid = FALSE;
++            }
++            break;
++
++        default:
++            A_ASSERT(FALSE);
++            break;
++    }
++
++    return isValid;
++}
++
++A_INT8
++wmi_validate_bitrate(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_INT32 rate)
++{
++    A_INT8 i;
++    if (rate != -1)
++    {
++        for (i=0;;i++)
++        {
++            if (wmi_rateTable[(A_UINT32) i] == 0) {
++                return A_EINVAL;
++            }
++            if (wmi_rateTable[(A_UINT32) i] == rate) {
++                break;
++            }
++        }
++    }
++    else{
++     i = -1;
++    }
++
++    if(wmi_is_bitrate_index_valid(wmip, i) != TRUE) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    return i;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_fixrates_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_INT16 fixRatesMask)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_FIX_RATES_CMD *cmd;
++    A_UINT32 rateIndex;
++
++    /* Make sure all rates in the mask are valid in the current PHY mode */
++    for(rateIndex = 0; rateIndex < MAX_NUMBER_OF_SUPPORT_RATES; rateIndex++) {
++       if((1 << rateIndex) & (A_UINT32)fixRatesMask) {
++            if(wmi_is_bitrate_index_valid(wmip, rateIndex) != TRUE) {
++                A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Set Fix Rates command failed: Given rate is illegal in current PHY mode\n", DBGARG));
++                return A_EINVAL;
++            }
++       }
++    }
++
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_FIX_RATES_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd->fixRateMask = fixRatesMask;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_FIXRATES_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_get_ratemask_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(0);      /* no payload */
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_GET_FIXRATES_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_get_channelList_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(0);      /* no payload */
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_GET_CHANNEL_LIST_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++/*
++ * used to generate a wmi sey channel Parameters cmd.
++ * mode should always be specified and corresponds to the phy mode of the
++ * wlan.
++ * numChan should alway sbe specified. If zero indicates that all available
++ * channels should be used.
++ * channelList is an array of channel frequencies (in Mhz) which the radio
++ * should limit its operation to.  It should be NULL if numChan == 0.  Size of
++ * array should correspond to numChan entries.
++ */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_channelParams_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 scanParam,
++                          WMI_PHY_MODE mode, A_INT8 numChan,
++                          A_UINT16 *channelList)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_CHANNEL_PARAMS_CMD *cmd;
++    A_INT8 size;
++
++    size = sizeof (*cmd);
++
++    if (numChan) {
++        if (numChan > WMI_MAX_CHANNELS) {
++            return A_EINVAL;
++        }
++        size += sizeof(A_UINT16) * (numChan - 1);
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_CHANNEL_PARAMS_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, size);
++
++    wmip->wmi_phyMode = mode;
++    cmd->scanParam   = scanParam;
++    cmd->phyMode     = mode;
++    cmd->numChannels = numChan;
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd->channelList, channelList, numChan * sizeof(A_UINT16));
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_CHANNEL_PARAMS_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_rssi_threshold_params(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                              WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD *rssiCmd)
++{
++    void    *osbuf;
++    A_INT8  size;
++    WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD *cmd;
++    /* These values are in ascending order */
++    if( rssiCmd->thresholdAbove6_Val <= rssiCmd->thresholdAbove5_Val ||
++        rssiCmd->thresholdAbove5_Val <= rssiCmd->thresholdAbove4_Val ||
++        rssiCmd->thresholdAbove4_Val <= rssiCmd->thresholdAbove3_Val ||
++        rssiCmd->thresholdAbove3_Val <= rssiCmd->thresholdAbove2_Val ||
++        rssiCmd->thresholdAbove2_Val <= rssiCmd->thresholdAbove1_Val ||
++        rssiCmd->thresholdBelow6_Val <= rssiCmd->thresholdBelow5_Val ||
++        rssiCmd->thresholdBelow5_Val <= rssiCmd->thresholdBelow4_Val ||
++        rssiCmd->thresholdBelow4_Val <= rssiCmd->thresholdBelow3_Val ||
++        rssiCmd->thresholdBelow3_Val <= rssiCmd->thresholdBelow2_Val ||
++        rssiCmd->thresholdBelow2_Val <= rssiCmd->thresholdBelow1_Val) {
++
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    size = sizeof (*cmd);
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, size);
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd, rssiCmd, sizeof(WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD));
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMDID,
++                            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_host_sleep_mode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                              WMI_SET_HOST_SLEEP_MODE_CMD *hostModeCmd)
++{
++    void    *osbuf;
++    A_INT8  size;
++    WMI_SET_HOST_SLEEP_MODE_CMD *cmd;
++
++    if( hostModeCmd->awake == hostModeCmd->asleep) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    size = sizeof (*cmd);
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_HOST_SLEEP_MODE_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, size);
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd, hostModeCmd, sizeof(WMI_SET_HOST_SLEEP_MODE_CMD));
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_HOST_SLEEP_MODE_CMDID,
++                            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_wow_mode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                              WMI_SET_WOW_MODE_CMD *wowModeCmd)
++{
++    void    *osbuf;
++    A_INT8  size;
++    WMI_SET_WOW_MODE_CMD *cmd;
++
++    size = sizeof (*cmd);
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_WOW_MODE_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, size);
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd, wowModeCmd, sizeof(WMI_SET_WOW_MODE_CMD));
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_WOW_MODE_CMDID,
++                            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_get_wow_list_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                              WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_CMD *wowListCmd)
++{
++    void    *osbuf;
++    A_INT8  size;
++    WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_CMD *cmd;
++
++    size = sizeof (*cmd);
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, size);
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd, wowListCmd, sizeof(WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_CMD));
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_CMDID,
++                            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_get_wow_list_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++    WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_REPLY *reply;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_REPLY)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_GET_WOW_LIST_REPLY *)datap;
++
++    A_WMI_WOW_LIST_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, reply->num_filters,
++                          reply);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++A_STATUS wmi_add_wow_pattern_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                                 WMI_ADD_WOW_PATTERN_CMD *addWowCmd,
++                                 A_UINT8* pattern, A_UINT8* mask,
++                                 A_UINT8 pattern_size)
++{
++    void    *osbuf;
++    A_INT8  size;
++    WMI_ADD_WOW_PATTERN_CMD *cmd;
++    A_UINT8 *filter_mask = NULL;
++
++    size = sizeof (*cmd);
++
++    size += ((2 * addWowCmd->filter_size)* sizeof(A_UINT8));
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_ADD_WOW_PATTERN_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    cmd->filter_list_id = addWowCmd->filter_list_id;
++    cmd->filter_offset = addWowCmd->filter_offset;
++    cmd->filter_size = addWowCmd->filter_size;
++
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd->filter, pattern, addWowCmd->filter_size);
++
++    filter_mask = (A_UINT8*)(cmd->filter + cmd->filter_size);
++    A_MEMCPY(filter_mask, mask, addWowCmd->filter_size);
++
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_ADD_WOW_PATTERN_CMDID,
++                            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_del_wow_pattern_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                              WMI_DEL_WOW_PATTERN_CMD *delWowCmd)
++{
++    void    *osbuf;
++    A_INT8  size;
++    WMI_DEL_WOW_PATTERN_CMD *cmd;
++
++    size = sizeof (*cmd);
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_DEL_WOW_PATTERN_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, size);
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd, delWowCmd, sizeof(WMI_DEL_WOW_PATTERN_CMD));
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_DEL_WOW_PATTERN_CMDID,
++                            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_snr_threshold_params(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                             WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD *snrCmd)
++{
++    void    *osbuf;
++    A_INT8  size;
++    WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD *cmd;
++    /* These values are in ascending order */
++    if( snrCmd->thresholdAbove4_Val <= snrCmd->thresholdAbove3_Val ||
++        snrCmd->thresholdAbove3_Val <= snrCmd->thresholdAbove2_Val ||
++        snrCmd->thresholdAbove2_Val <= snrCmd->thresholdAbove1_Val ||
++        snrCmd->thresholdBelow4_Val <= snrCmd->thresholdBelow3_Val ||
++        snrCmd->thresholdBelow3_Val <= snrCmd->thresholdBelow2_Val ||
++        snrCmd->thresholdBelow2_Val <= snrCmd->thresholdBelow1_Val) {
++
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    size = sizeof (*cmd);
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, size);
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd, snrCmd, sizeof(WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD));
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMDID,
++                            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_clr_rssi_snr(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    void    *osbuf;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(int));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_CLR_RSSI_SNR_CMDID,
++                            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_lq_threshold_params(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                             WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD *lqCmd)
++{
++    void    *osbuf;
++    A_INT8  size;
++    WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD *cmd;
++    /* These values are in ascending order */
++    if( lqCmd->thresholdAbove4_Val <= lqCmd->thresholdAbove3_Val ||
++        lqCmd->thresholdAbove3_Val <= lqCmd->thresholdAbove2_Val ||
++        lqCmd->thresholdAbove2_Val <= lqCmd->thresholdAbove1_Val ||
++        lqCmd->thresholdBelow4_Val <= lqCmd->thresholdBelow3_Val ||
++        lqCmd->thresholdBelow3_Val <= lqCmd->thresholdBelow2_Val ||
++        lqCmd->thresholdBelow2_Val <= lqCmd->thresholdBelow1_Val ) {
++
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    size = sizeof (*cmd);
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, size);
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd, lqCmd, sizeof(WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMD));
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS_CMDID,
++                            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_error_report_bitmask(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT32 mask)
++{
++    void    *osbuf;
++    A_INT8  size;
++    WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_BITMASK *cmd;
++
++    size = sizeof (*cmd);
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_BITMASK *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, size);
++
++    cmd->bitmask = mask;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_TARGET_ERROR_REPORT_BITMASK_CMDID,
++                            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_get_challenge_resp_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT32 cookie, A_UINT32 source)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    cmd->cookie = cookie;
++    cmd->source = source;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send_xtnd(wmip, osbuf, WMIX_HB_CHALLENGE_RESP_CMDID,
++                              NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_config_debug_module_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 mmask,
++                            A_UINT16 tsr, A_BOOL rep, A_UINT16 size,
++                            A_UINT32 valid)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMIX_DBGLOG_CFG_MODULE_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMIX_DBGLOG_CFG_MODULE_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    cmd->config.cfgmmask = mmask;
++    cmd->config.cfgtsr = tsr;
++    cmd->config.cfgrep = rep;
++    cmd->config.cfgsize = size;
++    cmd->config.cfgvalid = valid;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send_xtnd(wmip, osbuf, WMIX_DBGLOG_CFG_MODULE_CMDID,
++                              NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_get_stats_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(0);      /* no payload */
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_GET_STATISTICS_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_addBadAp_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 apIndex, A_UINT8 *bssid)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_ADD_BAD_AP_CMD *cmd;
++
++    if ((bssid == NULL) || (apIndex > WMI_MAX_BAD_AP_INDEX)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_ADD_BAD_AP_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    cmd->badApIndex = apIndex;
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd->bssid, bssid, sizeof(cmd->bssid));
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_ADD_BAD_AP_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_deleteBadAp_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 apIndex)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_DELETE_BAD_AP_CMD *cmd;
++
++    if (apIndex > WMI_MAX_BAD_AP_INDEX) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_DELETE_BAD_AP_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    cmd->badApIndex = apIndex;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_DELETE_BAD_AP_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_txPwr_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 dbM)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_TX_PWR_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_TX_PWR_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    cmd->dbM = dbM;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_TX_PWR_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_get_txPwr_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(0);      /* no payload */
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_GET_TX_PWR_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_UINT16
++wmi_get_mapped_qos_queue(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 trafficClass)
++{
++	A_UINT16 activeTsids=0;
++
++    LOCK_WMI(wmip);
++    activeTsids = wmip->wmi_streamExistsForAC[trafficClass];
++    UNLOCK_WMI(wmip);
++
++    return activeTsids;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_get_roam_tbl_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(0);      /* no payload */
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_GET_ROAM_TBL_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_get_roam_data_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 roamDataType)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    A_UINT32 size = sizeof(A_UINT8);
++    WMI_TARGET_ROAM_DATA *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);      /* no payload */
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_TARGET_ROAM_DATA *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    cmd->roamDataType = roamDataType;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_GET_ROAM_DATA_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_roam_ctrl_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_SET_ROAM_CTRL_CMD *p,
++                      A_UINT8 size)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_ROAM_CTRL_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_ROAM_CTRL_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, size);
++
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd, p, size);
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_ROAM_CTRL_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_powersave_timers_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                            WMI_POWERSAVE_TIMERS_POLICY_CMD *pCmd,
++                            A_UINT8 size)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_POWERSAVE_TIMERS_POLICY_CMD *cmd;
++
++    /* These timers can't be zero */
++    if(!pCmd->psPollTimeout || !pCmd->triggerTimeout ||
++       !(pCmd->apsdTimPolicy == IGNORE_TIM_ALL_QUEUES_APSD ||
++         pCmd->apsdTimPolicy == PROCESS_TIM_ALL_QUEUES_APSD) ||
++       !(pCmd->simulatedAPSDTimPolicy == IGNORE_TIM_SIMULATED_APSD ||
++         pCmd->simulatedAPSDTimPolicy == PROCESS_TIM_SIMULATED_APSD))
++        return A_EINVAL;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_POWERSAVE_TIMERS_POLICY_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, size);
++
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd, pCmd, size);
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_POWERSAVE_TIMERS_POLICY_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT
++/* Send a command to Target to change GPIO output pins. */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_gpio_output_set(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                    A_UINT32 set_mask,
++                    A_UINT32 clear_mask,
++                    A_UINT32 enable_mask,
++                    A_UINT32 disable_mask)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMIX_GPIO_OUTPUT_SET_CMD *output_set;
++    int size;
++
++    size = sizeof(*output_set);
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI,
++        (DBGFMT "Enter - set=0x%x clear=0x%x enb=0x%x dis=0x%x\n", DBGARG,
++        set_mask, clear_mask, enable_mask, disable_mask));
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++    output_set = (WMIX_GPIO_OUTPUT_SET_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++
++    output_set->set_mask                   = set_mask;
++    output_set->clear_mask                 = clear_mask;
++    output_set->enable_mask                = enable_mask;
++    output_set->disable_mask               = disable_mask;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send_xtnd(wmip, osbuf, WMIX_GPIO_OUTPUT_SET_CMDID,
++                             NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++/* Send a command to the Target requesting state of the GPIO input pins */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_gpio_input_get(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(0);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send_xtnd(wmip, osbuf, WMIX_GPIO_INPUT_GET_CMDID,
++                             NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++/* Send a command to the Target that changes the value of a GPIO register. */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_gpio_register_set(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                      A_UINT32 gpioreg_id,
++                      A_UINT32 value)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMIX_GPIO_REGISTER_SET_CMD *register_set;
++    int size;
++
++    size = sizeof(*register_set);
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI,
++        (DBGFMT "Enter - reg=%d value=0x%x\n", DBGARG, gpioreg_id, value));
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++    register_set = (WMIX_GPIO_REGISTER_SET_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++
++    register_set->gpioreg_id               = gpioreg_id;
++    register_set->value                    = value;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send_xtnd(wmip, osbuf, WMIX_GPIO_REGISTER_SET_CMDID,
++                             NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++/* Send a command to the Target to fetch the value of a GPIO register. */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_gpio_register_get(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                      A_UINT32 gpioreg_id)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMIX_GPIO_REGISTER_GET_CMD *register_get;
++    int size;
++
++    size = sizeof(*register_get);
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter - reg=%d\n", DBGARG, gpioreg_id));
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++    register_get = (WMIX_GPIO_REGISTER_GET_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++
++    register_get->gpioreg_id               = gpioreg_id;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send_xtnd(wmip, osbuf, WMIX_GPIO_REGISTER_GET_CMDID,
++                             NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++/* Send a command to the Target acknowledging some GPIO interrupts. */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_gpio_intr_ack(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                  A_UINT32 ack_mask)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMIX_GPIO_INTR_ACK_CMD *intr_ack;
++    int size;
++
++    size = sizeof(*intr_ack);
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter ack_mask=0x%x\n", DBGARG, ack_mask));
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++    intr_ack = (WMIX_GPIO_INTR_ACK_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++
++    intr_ack->ack_mask               = ack_mask;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send_xtnd(wmip, osbuf, WMIX_GPIO_INTR_ACK_CMDID,
++                             NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_GPIO_SUPPORT */
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_access_params_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 txop, A_UINT8 eCWmin,
++                          A_UINT8 eCWmax, A_UINT8 aifsn)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_ACCESS_PARAMS_CMD *cmd;
++
++    if ((eCWmin > WMI_MAX_CW_ACPARAM) || (eCWmax > WMI_MAX_CW_ACPARAM) ||
++        (aifsn > WMI_MAX_AIFSN_ACPARAM))
++    {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_ACCESS_PARAMS_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    cmd->txop   = txop;
++    cmd->eCWmin = eCWmin;
++    cmd->eCWmax = eCWmax;
++    cmd->aifsn  = aifsn;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_ACCESS_PARAMS_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_retry_limits_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 frameType,
++                         A_UINT8 trafficClass, A_UINT8 maxRetries,
++                         A_UINT8 enableNotify)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_RETRY_LIMITS_CMD *cmd;
++
++    if ((frameType != MGMT_FRAMETYPE) && (frameType != CONTROL_FRAMETYPE) &&
++        (frameType != DATA_FRAMETYPE))
++    {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    if (maxRetries > WMI_MAX_RETRIES) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    if (frameType != DATA_FRAMETYPE) {
++        trafficClass = 0;
++    }
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_RETRY_LIMITS_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    cmd->frameType    = frameType;
++    cmd->trafficClass = trafficClass;
++    cmd->maxRetries   = maxRetries;
++    cmd->enableNotify = enableNotify;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_RETRY_LIMITS_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++void
++wmi_get_current_bssid(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *bssid)
++{
++    if (bssid != NULL) {
++        A_MEMCPY(bssid, wmip->wmi_bssid, ATH_MAC_LEN);
++    }
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_opt_mode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 optMode)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_OPT_MODE_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_OPT_MODE_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->optMode = optMode;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_OPT_MODE_CMDID,
++                         SYNC_BOTH_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_opt_tx_frame_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                      A_UINT8 frmType,
++                      A_UINT8 *dstMacAddr,
++                      A_UINT8 *bssid,
++                      A_UINT16 optIEDataLen,
++                      A_UINT8 *optIEData)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_OPT_TX_FRAME_CMD *cmd;
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(optIEDataLen + sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, (optIEDataLen + sizeof(*cmd)));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_OPT_TX_FRAME_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, (optIEDataLen + sizeof(*cmd)-1));
++
++    cmd->frmType    = frmType;
++    cmd->optIEDataLen   = optIEDataLen;
++    //cmd->optIEData     = (A_UINT8 *)((int)cmd + sizeof(*cmd));
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd->bssid, bssid, sizeof(cmd->bssid));
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd->dstAddr, dstMacAddr, sizeof(cmd->dstAddr));
++    A_MEMCPY(&cmd->optIEData[0], optIEData, optIEDataLen);
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_OPT_TX_FRAME_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_adhoc_bconIntvl_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 intvl)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_BEACON_INT_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_BEACON_INT_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->beaconInterval = intvl;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_BEACON_INT_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_voice_pkt_size_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 voicePktSize)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_VOICE_PKT_SIZE_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_VOICE_PKT_SIZE_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->voicePktSize = voicePktSize;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_VOICE_PKT_SIZE_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_max_sp_len_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 maxSPLen)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_MAX_SP_LEN_CMD *cmd;
++
++    /* maxSPLen is a two-bit value. If user trys to set anything
++     * other than this, then its invalid
++     */
++    if(maxSPLen & ~0x03)
++        return  A_EINVAL;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_MAX_SP_LEN_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->maxSPLen = maxSPLen;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_MAX_SP_LEN_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_UINT8
++convert_userPriority_to_trafficClass(A_UINT8 userPriority)
++{
++        return  (up_to_ac[userPriority & 0x7]);
++}
++
++A_UINT8
++wmi_get_power_mode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    return wmip->wmi_powerMode;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_verify_tspec_params(WMI_CREATE_PSTREAM_CMD *pCmd, A_BOOL tspecCompliance)
++{
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_tcmd_test_report_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, int len)
++{
++
++   A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++   A_WMI_TCMD_RX_REPORT_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, datap, len);
++
++   return A_OK;
++}
++
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT*/
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_authmode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 mode)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_AUTH_MODE_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_AUTH_MODE_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->mode = mode;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_AUTH_MODE_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_reassocmode_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 mode)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_REASSOC_MODE_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_REASSOC_MODE_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->mode = mode;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_REASSOC_MODE_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_lpreamble_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 status)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_LPREAMBLE_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_LPREAMBLE_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->status = status;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_LPREAMBLE_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_rts_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT16 threshold)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_RTS_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_RTS_CMD*)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->threshold = threshold;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_RTS_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_wmm_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_WMM_STATUS status)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_WMM_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_WMM_CMD*)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->status = status;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_WMM_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_wmm_txop(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_TXOP_CFG cfg)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_WMM_TXOP_CMD *cmd;
++
++    if( !((cfg == WMI_TXOP_DISABLED) || (cfg == WMI_TXOP_ENABLED)) )
++        return A_EINVAL;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_WMM_TXOP_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->txopEnable = cfg;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_WMM_TXOP_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++
++}
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_TCMD_SUPPORT
++/* WMI  layer doesn't need to know the data type of the test cmd.
++   This would be beneficial for customers like Qualcomm, who might
++   have different test command requirements from differnt manufacturers
++ */
++A_STATUS
++wmi_test_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *buf, A_UINT32  len)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    char *data;
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter\n", DBGARG));
++
++    osbuf= A_NETBUF_ALLOC(len);
++    if(osbuf == NULL)
++    {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, len);
++    data = A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++    A_MEMCPY(data, buf, len);
++
++    return(wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_TEST_CMDID,
++         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++#endif
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_bt_status_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 streamType, A_UINT8 status)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_BT_STATUS_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_BT_STATUS_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->streamType = streamType;
++    cmd->status = status;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_BT_STATUS_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_bt_params_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, WMI_SET_BT_PARAMS_CMD* cmd)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_BT_PARAMS_CMD* alloc_cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    alloc_cmd = (WMI_SET_BT_PARAMS_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(alloc_cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    A_MEMCPY(alloc_cmd, cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_BT_PARAMS_CMDID,
++            NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_get_keepalive_configured(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE_CMD *cmd;
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd = (WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_GET_KEEPALIVE_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_UINT8
++wmi_get_keepalive_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++    return wmip->wmi_keepaliveInterval;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_keepalive_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 keepaliveInterval)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_KEEPALIVE_CMD *cmd;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*cmd));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*cmd));
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_KEEPALIVE_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd->keepaliveInterval = keepaliveInterval;
++    wmip->wmi_keepaliveInterval = keepaliveInterval;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_KEEPALIVE_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_appie_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 mgmtFrmType, A_UINT8 ieLen,
++                  A_UINT8 *ieInfo)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMI_SET_APPIE_CMD *cmd;
++    A_UINT16 cmdLen;
++
++    if (ieLen > WMI_MAX_IE_LEN) {
++        return A_ERROR;
++    }
++    cmdLen = sizeof(*cmd) + ieLen - 1;
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(cmdLen);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, cmdLen);
++
++    cmd = (WMI_SET_APPIE_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, cmdLen);
++
++    cmd->mgmtFrmType = mgmtFrmType;
++    cmd->ieLen = ieLen;
++    A_MEMCPY(cmd->ieInfo, ieInfo, ieLen);
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_APPIE_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_halparam_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *cmd, A_UINT16 dataLen)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    A_UINT8 *data;
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(dataLen);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, dataLen);
++
++    data = A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf);
++
++    A_MEMCPY(data, cmd, dataLen);
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_WHALPARAM_CMDID, NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++A_INT32
++wmi_get_rate(A_INT8 rateindex)
++{
++    if (rateindex == RATE_AUTO) {
++        return 0;
++    } else {
++        return(wmi_rateTable[(A_UINT32) rateindex]);
++    }
++}
++
++void
++wmi_node_return (struct wmi_t *wmip, bss_t *bss)
++{
++	if (NULL != bss)
++	{
++		wlan_node_return (&wmip->wmi_scan_table, bss);
++	}
++}
++
++bss_t *
++wmi_find_Ssidnode (struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UCHAR *pSsid,
++				   A_UINT32 ssidLength, A_BOOL bIsWPA2)
++{
++	bss_t *node = NULL;
++    node = wlan_find_Ssidnode (&wmip->wmi_scan_table, pSsid,
++							   ssidLength, bIsWPA2);
++	return node;
++}
++
++void
++wmi_free_allnodes(struct wmi_t *wmip)
++{
++	wlan_free_allnodes(&wmip->wmi_scan_table);
++}
++
++bss_t *
++wmi_find_node(struct wmi_t *wmip, const A_UINT8 *macaddr)
++{
++	bss_t *ni=NULL;
++	ni=wlan_find_node(&wmip->wmi_scan_table,macaddr);
++	return ni;
++}
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_dset_open_reply(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                    A_UINT32 status,
++                    A_UINT32 access_cookie,
++                    A_UINT32 dset_size,
++                    A_UINT32 dset_version,
++                    A_UINT32 targ_handle,
++                    A_UINT32 targ_reply_fn,
++                    A_UINT32 targ_reply_arg)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMIX_DSETOPEN_REPLY_CMD *open_reply;
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI, (DBGFMT "Enter - wmip=0x%x\n", DBGARG, (int)wmip));
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(sizeof(*open_reply));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, sizeof(*open_reply));
++    open_reply = (WMIX_DSETOPEN_REPLY_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++
++    open_reply->status                   = status;
++    open_reply->targ_dset_handle         = targ_handle;
++    open_reply->targ_reply_fn            = targ_reply_fn;
++    open_reply->targ_reply_arg           = targ_reply_arg;
++    open_reply->access_cookie            = access_cookie;
++    open_reply->size                     = dset_size;
++    open_reply->version                  = dset_version;
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send_xtnd(wmip, osbuf, WMIX_DSETOPEN_REPLY_CMDID,
++                             NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
++static A_STATUS
++wmi_get_pmkid_list_event_rx(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT8 *datap, A_UINT32 len)
++{
++    WMI_PMKID_LIST_REPLY *reply;
++    A_UINT32 expected_len;
++
++    if (len < sizeof(WMI_PMKID_LIST_REPLY)) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++    reply = (WMI_PMKID_LIST_REPLY *)datap;
++    expected_len = sizeof(reply->numPMKID) + reply->numPMKID * WMI_PMKID_LEN;
++
++    if (len < expected_len) {
++        return A_EINVAL;
++    }
++
++    A_WMI_PMKID_LIST_EVENT(wmip->wmi_devt, reply->numPMKID,
++                           reply->pmkidList);
++
++    return A_OK;
++}
++
++#ifdef CONFIG_HOST_DSET_SUPPORT
++A_STATUS
++wmi_dset_data_reply(struct wmi_t *wmip,
++                    A_UINT32 status,
++                    A_UINT8 *user_buf,
++                    A_UINT32 length,
++                    A_UINT32 targ_buf,
++                    A_UINT32 targ_reply_fn,
++                    A_UINT32 targ_reply_arg)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    WMIX_DSETDATA_REPLY_CMD *data_reply;
++    int size;
++
++    size = sizeof(*data_reply) + length;
++
++    A_DPRINTF(DBG_WMI,
++        (DBGFMT "Enter - length=%d status=%d\n", DBGARG, length, status));
++
++    osbuf = A_NETBUF_ALLOC(size);
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++    A_NETBUF_PUT(osbuf, size);
++    data_reply = (WMIX_DSETDATA_REPLY_CMD *)(A_NETBUF_DATA(osbuf));
++
++    data_reply->status                     = status;
++    data_reply->targ_buf                   = targ_buf;
++    data_reply->targ_reply_fn              = targ_reply_fn;
++    data_reply->targ_reply_arg             = targ_reply_arg;
++    data_reply->length                     = length;
++
++    if (status == A_OK) {
++        if (a_copy_from_user(data_reply->buf, user_buf, length)) {
++            return A_ERROR;
++        }
++    }
++
++    return (wmi_cmd_send_xtnd(wmip, osbuf, WMIX_DSETDATA_REPLY_CMDID,
++                             NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++#endif /* CONFIG_HOST_DSET_SUPPORT */
++
++A_STATUS
++wmi_set_wsc_status_cmd(struct wmi_t *wmip, A_UINT32 status)
++{
++    void *osbuf;
++    char *cmd;
++
++	wps_enable = status;
++
++    osbuf = a_netbuf_alloc(sizeof(1));
++    if (osbuf == NULL) {
++        return A_NO_MEMORY;
++    }
++
++    a_netbuf_put(osbuf, sizeof(1));
++
++    cmd = (char *)(a_netbuf_to_data(osbuf));
++
++    A_MEMZERO(cmd, sizeof(*cmd));
++    cmd[0] = (status?1:0);
++    return (wmi_cmd_send(wmip, osbuf, WMI_SET_WSC_STATUS_CMDID,
++                         NO_SYNC_WMIFLAG));
++}
++
+Index: linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wmi/wmi_doc.h
+===================================================================
+--- /dev/null	1970-01-01 00:00:00.000000000 +0000
++++ linux-2.6.22-atheros-2.0-tmp/drivers/sdio/function/wlan/ar6000/wmi/wmi_doc.h	2008-01-09 17:55:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,4421 @@
++/*
++ *
++ * Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Atheros Communications Inc.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ *
++ *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
++ *  published by the Free Software Foundation;
++ *
++ *  Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
++ *  IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
++ *  implied. See the License for the specific language governing
++ *  rights and limitations under the License.
++ *
++ *
++ *
++ */
++
++
++#if 0
++Wireless Module Interface (WMI) Documentaion
++
++   This section describes the format and the usage model for WMI control and
++   data messages between the host and the AR6000-based targets. The header
++   file include/wmi.h contains all command and event manifest constants as
++   well as structure typedefs for each set of command and reply parameters.
++
++Data Frames
++
++   The data payload transmitted and received by the target follows RFC-1042
++   encapsulation and thus starts with an 802.2-style LLC-SNAP header. The
++   WLAN module completes 802.11 encapsulation of the payload, including the
++   MAC header, FCS, and WLAN security related fields. At the interface to the
++   message transport (HTC), a data frame is encapsulated in a WMI message.
++
++WMI Message Structure
++
++   The WMI protocol leverages an 802.3-style Ethernet header in communicating
++   the source and destination information between the host and the AR6000
++   modules using a 14-byte 802.3 header ahead of the 802.2-style payload. In
++   addition, the WMI protocol adds a header to all data messages:
++
++    {
++    INT8    rssi
++                  The RSSI of the received packet and its units are shown in db above the
++                      noise floor, and the noise floor is shown in dbm.
++    UINT8   info
++                      Contains information on message type and user priority. Message type
++                      differentiates between a data packet and a synchronization message.
++    } WMI_DATA_HDR
++
++   User priority contains the 802.1d user priority info from host to target. Host
++   software translates the host Ethernet format to 802.3 format prior to Tx and
++   802.3 format to host format in the Rx direction. The host does not transmit the
++   FCS that follows the data. MsgType differentiates between a regular data
++   packet (msgType=0) and a synchronization message (msgType=1).
++
++Data Endpoints
++
++   The AR6000 chipset provides several data endpoints to support quality of
++   service (QoS) and maintains separate queues and separate DMA engines for
++   each data endpoint. A data endpoint can be bi-directional.
++
++   Best effort (BE) class traffic uses the default data endpoint (2). The host can
++   establish up to two additional data endpoints for other traffic classes. Once
++   such a data endpoint is established, it sends and receives corresponding QoS
++   traffic in a manner similar to the default data endpoint.
++
++   If QoS is desired over the interconnect, host software must classify each data
++   packet and place it on the appropriate data endpoint. The information
++   required to classify data is generally available in-band as an 802.1p/q style
++   tag or as the ToS field in the IP header. The information may also be available
++   out-of-band depending on the host DDI.
++
++Connection States
++
++   Table B-1 describes the AR6000 WLAN connection states:
++
++   Table B-1.  AR6000 Connection States
++
++Connection State
++    Description
++
++   DISCONNECTED
++    In this state, the AR6000 device is not connected to a wireless
++   network. The device is in this state after reset when it sends the
++   WIRELESS MODULE “READY” EVENT, after it processes a
++   DISCONNECT command, and when it loses its link with the
++   access point (AP) that it was connected to. The device signals a
++   transition to the DISCONNECTED state with a “DISCONNECT”
++   event.
++
++CONNECTED
++    In this state, the AR6000 device is connected to wireless networks.
++   The device enters this state after successfully processing a
++   CONNECT, which establishes a connection with a wireless
++   network. The device signals a transition to the CONNECTED state
++   with a “CONNECT” event.
++
++
++Message Types
++
++   WMI uses commands, replies, and events for the control and configuration of
++   the AR6000 device. The control protocol is asynchronous. Table B-2 describes
++   AR6000 message types:
++
++Table B-2.  AR6000 Message Types
++
++Message Type
++    Description
++
++Commands
++    Control messages that flow from the host to the device
++
++Replies/Events
++    Control messages that flow from the device to the host.
++
++   The device issues a reply to some WMI commands, but not to others.
++   The payload in a reply is command-specific, and some commands do
++   not trigger a reply message at all. Events are control messages issued
++   by the device to signal the occurrence of an asynchronous event.
++
++
++WMI Message Format
++
++   All WMI control commands, replies and events use the header format:
++
++   WMI_CMD_HDR Header Format
++   {
++        UINT16 id
++                 This 16-bit constant identifies which WMI command the host is issuing,
++                 which command the target is replying to, or which event has occurred.
++        WMI_CMD_HDR
++   }
++
++
++   A variable-size command-, reply-, or event-specific payload follows the
++   header. Over the interconnect, all fields in control messages (including
++   WMI_CMD_HDR and the command specific payload) use 32-bit little Endian
++   byte ordering and fields are packed. The AR6000 device always executes
++   commands in order, and the host may send multiple commands without
++   waiting for previous commands to complete. A majority of commands are
++   processed to completion once received. Other commands trigger a longer
++   duration activity whose completion is signaled to the host through an event.
++
++Command Restrictions
++
++   Some commands may only be issued when the AR6000 device is in a certain
++   state. The host is required to wait for an event signaling a state transition
++   before such a command can be issued. For example, if a command requires
++   the device to be in the CONNECTED state, then the host is required to wait
++   for a “CONNECT” event before it issues that command.
++
++   The device ignores any commands inappropriate for its current state. If the
++   command triggers a reply, the device generates an error reply. Otherwise, the
++   device silently ignores the inappropriate command.
++
++Command and Data Synchronization
++
++   WMI provides a mechanism for a host to advise the device of necessary
++   synchronization between commands and data. The device implements
++   synchronization; no implicit synchronization exists between endpoints.
++
++   The host controls synchronization using the “SYNCHRONIZE” command
++   over the control channel and synchronization messages over data channels.
++   The device stops each data channel upon receiving a synchronization message
++   on that channel, processing all data packets received prior to that message.
++   After the device receives synchronization messages for each data endpoint
++   and the “SYNCHRONIZE” command, it resumes all channels.
++
++   When the host must guarantee a command executes before processing new
++   data packets, it first issues the command, then issues the “SYNCHRONIZE”
++   command and sends synchronization messages on data channels. When the
++   host must guarantee the device has processed all old data packets before a
++   processing a new command, it issues a “SYNCHRONIZE” command and
++   synchronization messages on all data channels, then issues the desired
++   command.
++
++
++
++WMI Commands
++
++   ADD_BAD_AP
++    Cause the AR6000 device to avoid a particular AP
++   ADD_CIPHER_KEY
++    Add or replace any of the four AR6000 encryption keys
++   ADD_WOW_PATTERN
++    Used to add a pattern to the WoW pattern list
++   CLR_RSSI_SNR
++    Clear the current calculated RSSI and SNR value
++   CONNECT_CMD
++    Request that the AR6000 device establish a wireless connection
++        with the specified SSID
++   CREATE_PSTREAM
++    Create prioritized data endpoint between the host and device
++   DELETE_BAD_AP
++    Clear an entry in the bad AP table
++   DELETE_CIPHER_KEY
++    Delete a previously added cipher key
++   DELETE_PSTREAM
++    Delete a prioritized data endpoint
++   DELETE_WOW_PATTERN
++    Remove a pre-specified pattern from the WoW pattern list
++   EXTENSION
++    WMI message interface command
++   GET_BIT_RATE
++    Retrieve rate most recently used by the AR6000
++   GET_CHANNEL_LIST
++    Retrieve list of channels used by the AR6000
++   GET_FIXRATES
++    Retrieves the rate-mask set via the SET_FIXRATES command.
++   GET_PMKID_LIST_CMD
++    Retrieve the firmware list of PMKIDs
++   GET_ROAM_DATA
++    Internal use for data collection; available in special build only
++   GET_ROAM_TBL
++    Retrieve the roaming table maintained on the target
++   GET_TARGET_STATS
++    Request that the target send the statistics it maintains
++   GET_TX_PWR
++    Retrieve the current AR6000 device Tx power levels
++   GET_WOW_LIST
++    Retrieve the current list of WoW patterns
++   LQ_THRESHOLD_PARAMS
++    Set the link quality thresholds
++   OPT_TX_FRAME
++    Send a special frame (special feature)
++   RECONNECT
++    Request a reconnection to a BSS
++   RSSI_THRESHOLD_PARAMS
++    Configure how the AR6000 device monitors and reports signal
++       strength (RSSI) of the connected BSS
++   SCAN_PARAMS
++    Determine dwell time and changes scanned channels
++   SET_ACCESS_PARAMS
++    Set access parameters for the wireless network
++   SET_ADHOC_BSSID
++    Set the BSSID for an ad hoc network
++   SET_AKMP_PARAMS
++    Set multiPMKID mode
++   SET_APPIE
++    Add application-specified IE to a management frame
++   SET_ASSOC_INFO
++    Specify the IEs the device should add to association or
++        reassociation requests
++   SET_AUTH_MODE
++    Set 802.11 authentication mode of reconnection
++   SET_BEACON_INT
++    Set the beacon interval for an ad hoc network
++   SET_BIT_RATE
++    Set the AR6000 to a specific fixed bit rate
++   SET_BMISS_TIME
++    Set the beacon miss time
++   SET_BSS_FILTER
++    Inform the AR6000 of network types about which it wants to
++        receive information using a “BSSINFO” event
++   SET_BT_PARAMS
++    Set the status of a Bluetooth stream (SCO or A2DP) or set
++        Bluetooth coexistence register parameters
++   SET_BT_STATUS
++    Set the status of a Bluetooth stream (SCO or A2DP)
++   SET_CHANNEL_PARAMETERS
++    Configure WLAN channel parameters
++   SET_DISC_TIMEOUT
++    Set the amount of time the AR6000 spends attempting to
++        reestablish a connection
++   SET_FIXRATES
++    Set the device to a specific fixed PHY rate (supported subset)
++   SET_HALPARAM
++    Internal AR6000 command to set certain hardware parameters
++   SET_HOST_SLEEP_MODE
++    Set the host mode to asleep or awake
++   SET_IBSS_PM_CAPS
++    Support a non-standard power management scheme for an
++        ad hoc network
++   SET_LISTEN_INT
++    Request a listen interval
++   SET_LPREAMBLE
++    Override the short preamble capability of the AR6000 device
++   SET_MAX_SP_LEN
++    Set the maximum service period
++   SET_OPT_MODE
++    Set the special mode on/off (special feature)
++   SET_PMKID
++    Set the pairwise master key ID (PMKID)
++   SET_PMKID_LIST_CMD
++    Configure the firmware list of PMKIDs
++   SET_POWER_MODE
++    Set guidelines on trade-off between power utilization
++   SET_POWER_PARAMS
++    Configure power parameters
++   SET_POWERSAVE_PARAMS
++    Set the two AR6000 power save timers
++   SET_PROBED_SSID
++    Provide list of SSIDs the device should seek
++   SET_REASSOC_MODE
++    Specify whether the disassociated frame should be sent upon
++        reassociation
++   SET_RETRY_LIMITS
++    Limit how many times the device tries to send a frame
++   SET_ROAM_CTRL
++    Control roaming behavior
++   SET_RTS
++    Determine when RTS should be sent
++   SET_SCAN_PARAMS
++    Set the AR6000 scan parameters
++   SET_TKIP_COUNTERMEASURES
++    Enable/disable reports of TKIP MIC errors
++   SET_TX_PWR
++    Specify the AR6000 device Tx power levels
++   SET_VOICE_PKT_SIZE
++    Set voice packet size
++   SET_WMM
++    Override the AR6000 WMM capability
++   SET_WMM_TXOP
++    Configure TxOP bursting when sending traffic to a WMM-
++    capable AP
++   SET_WOW_MODE
++    Enable/disable WoW mode
++   SET_WSC_STATUS
++    Enable/disable profile check in cserv when the WPS protocol
++    is in progress
++   SNR_THRESHOLD_PARAMS
++    Configure how the device monitors and reports SNR of BSS
++   START_SCAN
++    Start a long or short channel scan
++   SYNCHRONIZE
++    Force a synchronization point between command and data
++    paths
++   TARGET_REPORT_ERROR_BITMASK
++    Control “ERROR_REPORT” events from the AR6000
++
++
++
++
++Name
++    ADD_BAD_AP
++
++Synopsis
++    The host uses this command to cause the AR6000 to avoid a particular AP. The
++    AR6000 maintain a table with up to two APs to avoid. An ADD_BAD_AP command
++    adds or replaces the specified entry in this bad AP table.
++
++    If the AR6000 are currently connected to the AP specified in this command, they
++    disassociate.
++
++Command
++    wmiconfig eth1 --badap <bssid> <badApIndex>
++
++Command Parameters
++    UINT8 badApIndex    Index [0...1] that identifies which entry in the
++                        bad AP table to use
++
++
++    UINT8 bssid[6]  MAC address of the AP to avoid
++
++Command Values
++    badApIndex = 0, 1    Entry in the bad AP table to use
++
++Reset Value
++    The bad AP table is cleared
++
++Restrictions
++    None
++
++See Also
++    “DELETE_BAD_AP” on page B-13
++
++=====================================================================
++Name
++    ADD_CIPHER_KEY
++
++Synopsis
++    The host uses this command to add/replace any of four encryption keys on the
++    AR6000. The ADD_CIPHER_KEY command is issued after the CONNECT event
++    has been received by the host for all dot11Auth modes except for SHARED_AUTH.
++    When the dot11AuthMode is SHARED_AUTH, then the ADD_CIPHER_KEY
++    command should be issued before the “CONNECT” command.
++
++Command
++    wmiconfig eth1 --cipherkey <keyIndex> <keyType> <keyUsage>
++                            <keyLength> <keyopctrl> <keyRSC> <key>
++
++Command Parameters
++    UINT8 keyIndex      Index (0...3) of the key to add/replace;
++                        uniquely identifies the key
++    UINT8 keyType    CRYPTO_TYPE
++    UINT8 keyUsage   Specifies usage parameters of the key when
++                     keyType = WEP_CRYPT
++    UINT8 keyLength  Length of the key in bytes
++    UINT8 keyOpCtrl  bit[0] = Initialize TSC (default),
++                     bit[1] = Initialize RSC
++    UINT8 keyRSC[8]  Key replay sequence counter (RSC) initial
++                     value the device should use
++    UINT8 key[32]    Key material used for this connection
++    Command Values
++    {
++        NONE_CRYPT = 1
++        WEP_CRYPT  = 2
++        TKIP_CRYPT = 3
++        AES_CRYPT  = 4
++        KEY_OP_INIT_TSC   0x01
++        KEY_OP_INIT_RSC   0x02
++        KEY_OP_INIT_VAL   0x03
++                Default is to Initialize the TSC
++        KEY_OP_VALID_MASK 0x04
++                Two operations defined
++    } CRYPTO_TYPE
++
++    {
++        PAIRWISE_USAGE  = 0  Set if the key is used for unicast traffic only
++        GROUP_USAGE     = 1  Set if the key is used to receive multicast
++                              traffic (also set for static WEP keys)
++        TX_USAGE        = 2  Set for the GROUP key used to transmit frames
++                All others are reserved
++    } KEY_USAGE
++
++Reset Value
++    The four available keys are disabled.
++
++Restrictions
++    The cipher should correspond to the encryption mode specified in the “CONNECT”
++    command.
++
++See Also
++    “DELETE_CIPHER_KEY”
++
++=====================================================================
++
++
++Name
++    ADD_WOW_PATTERN
++
++Synopsis
++    The host uses this command to add a pattern to the WoW pattern list; used for
++    pattern-matching for host wakeups by the WoW module. If the host mode is asleep
++    and WoW is enabled, all packets are matched against the existing WoW patterns. If a
++    packet matches any of the patterns specified, the target will wake up the host. All
++    non-matching packets are discarded by the target without being sent up to the host.
++
++Command
++    wmiconfig –addwowpattern <list-id> <filter-size> <filter-offset>
++    <pattern> <mask>
++
++Command Parameters
++    A_UINT8  filter_list_id    ID of the list that is to include the new pattern
++    A_UINT8  filter_size       Size of the new pattern
++    A_UINT8  filter_offset     Offset at which the pattern matching for this
++                                new pattern should begin at
++    A_UINT8  filter[1]         Byte stream that contains both the pattern and
++                                the mask of the new WoW wake-up pattern
++
++Reply Parameters
++    None
++
++Reset Value
++    None defined (default host mode is awake)
++
++Restrictions
++    None
++
++See Also
++    “DELETE_WOW_PATTERN”
++
++=====================================================================
++
++
++Name
++    CLR_RSSI_SNR
++
++Synopsis
++    Clears the current calculated RSSI and SNR value. RSSI and SNR are reported by
++    running-average value. This command will clear the history and have a fresh start
++    for the running-average mechanism.
++
++Command
++    wmiconfig eth1 --cleanRssiSnr
++
++Command Parameters
++    None
++
++Reply Parameters
++    None
++
++Reset Value
++    None defined
++
++Restrictions
++    None
++
++=====================================================================
++
++Name
++    CONNECT_CMD
++
++Synopsis
++    New connect control information (connectCtrl) is added, with 32 possible modifiers.
++
++    CONNECT_SEND_REASSOC
++        Valid only for a host-controlled connection to a
++        particular AP. If this bit is set, a reassociation frame is
++        sent. If this bit is clear, an association request frame is
++        sent to the AP.
++
++    CONNECT_IGNORE_WPAx_GROUP_CIPHER
++        No group key is issued in the CONNECT command,
++        so use the group key advertised by the AP. In a target-
++        initiated roaming situation this allows a STA to roam
++        between APs that support different multicast ciphers.
++
++    CONNECT_PROFILE_MATCH_DONE
++        In a host-controlled connection case, it is possible that
++        during connect, firmware may not have the
++        information for a profile match (e.g, when the AP
++        supports hidden SSIDs and the device may not
++        transmit probe requests during connect). By setting
++        this bit in the connection control information, the
++        firmware waits for a beacon from the AP with the
++        BSSID supplied in the CONNECT command. No
++        additional profile checks are done.
++
++    CONNECT_IGNORE_AAC_BEACON
++        Ignore the Admission Capacity information in the
++        beacon of the AP
++
++    CONNECT_ASSOC_POLICY_USER
++        When set, the CONNECT_SEND_REASSOC setting
++        determines if an Assoc or Reassoc is sent to an AP
++
++Command
++    wmiconfig --setconnectctrl <ctrl flags bitmask>
++
++Command Parameters
++    typedef struct{
++    A_UINT8 networktype;
++    A_UINT8 dot11authmode;
++    A_UINT8 authmode;
++    A_UINT8 pairwiseCryptoType; /*CRYPTO_TYPE*/
++    A_UINT8 pairwiseCryptoLen;
++    A_UINT8 groupCryptoType; /*CRYPTO_TYPE*/
++    A_UINT8 groupCryptoLen;
++    A_UINT8 ssidLength;
++    A_UCHAR ssid[WMI_MAX_SSID_LEN];
++    A_UINT16 channel;
++    A_UINT8 bssid[AUTH_MAC_LEN];
++    A_UINT8 ctrl_flags; /*WMI_CONNECT_CTRL_FLAGS_BITS*/
++    } WMI_CONNECT_CMD;
++
++    ctrl flags bitmask
++        = 0x0001 CONNECT_ASSOC_POLICY_USER
++            Assoc frames are sent using the policy specified by
++            the flag
++        = 0x0002 CONNECT_SEND_REASSOC
++            Send Reassoc frame while connecting, otherwise send
++            assoc frames
++        = 0x0004 CONNECT_IGNORE_WPAx_GROUP_CIPHER
++            Ignore WPAx group cipher for WPA/WPA2
++        = 0x0008 CONNECT_PROFILE_MATCH_DONE
++            Ignore any profile check
++        = 0x0010 CONNECT_IGNORE_AAC_BEACON
++            Ignore the admission control information in the
++            beacon
++        ... CONNECT_CMD, continued
++        Command Values
++        typedef enum {
++            INFRA_NETWORK       = 0x01,
++            ADHOC_NETWORK       = 0x02,
++            ADHOC_CREATOR       = 0x04,
++        } NETWORK_TYPE;
++
++        typedef enum {
++            OPEN_AUTH           = 0x01,
++            SHARED_AUTH         = 0x02,
++            LEAP_AUTH           = 0x04,
++        } DOT11_AUTH_MODE;
++        typedef enum {
++            NONE_AUTH           = 0x01,
++            WPA_AUTH            = 0x02,
++            WPA_PSK_AUTH        = 0x03,
++            WPA2_AUTH           = 0x04,
++            WPA2_PSK_AUTH       = 0x05,
++            WPA_AUTH_CCKM       = 0x06,
++            WPA2_AUTH_CCKM      = 0x07,
++        } AUTH_MODE;
++        typedef enum {
++            NONE_CRYPT          = 0x01,
++            WEP_CRYPT           = 0x02,
++            TKIP_CRYPT          = 0x03,
++            AES_CRYPT           = 0x04,
++        } CRYPTO_TYPE;
++        typedef enum {
++            CONNECT_ASSOC_POLICY_USER = 0x0001,
++            CONNECT_SEND_REASSOC = 0x0002,
++            CONNECT_IGNORE_WPAx_GROUP_CIPHER = 0x0004,
++            CONNECT_PROFILE_MATCH_DONE = 0x0008,
++            CONNECT_IGNORE_AAC_BEACON = 0x0010,
++        } WMI_CONNECT_CTRL_FLAGS_BITS;
++
++    pairwiseCryptoLen and groupCryptoLen are valid when the respective
++    CryptoTypesis WEP_CRYPT, otherwise this value should be 0. This is the length in
++    bytes.
++
++Reset Value
++    None defined
++
++Restrictions
++    None
++
++=====================================================================
++
++
++Name
++    CREATE_PSTREAM
++
++Synopsis
++    The host uses this command to create a new prioritized data endpoint between the
++    host and the AR6000 device that carries a prioritized stream of data. If the AP that the
++    device connects to requires TSPEC stream establishment, the device requests the
++    corresponding TSPEC with the AP. The maximum and minimum service interval
++    ranges from 0 – 0x7FFFFFFF (ms), where 0 = disabled. The device does not send a
++    reply event for this command, as it is always assumed the command has succeeded.
++    An AP admission control response comes to the host via a WMI_CAC_INDICATION
++    event, once the response for the ADDTS frame comes.
++
++    Examples of cases where reassociation is generated (when WMM) and cases where
++    ADDTS is generated (when WMM and enabling ACM) are when:
++        Changing UAPSD flags in WMM mode, reassociation is generated
++        Changing the interval of sending auto QoS Null frame in WMM mode;
++            reassociation is not generated
++        Issuing a command with same previous parameters in WMM mode and enabling
++            ACM, an ADDTS request is generated
++        Changing the interval of a QoS null frame sending in WMM mode and enabling
++            ACM, an ADDTS request is generated
++        Issuing the command in disconnected state, reassociation or ADDTS is not
++            generated but the parameters are available after (re)association
++
++Command
++    --createqos <user priority> <direction> <traffic class>
++<trafficType> <voice PS capability> <min service interval> <max
++service interval> <inactivity interval> <suspension interval>
++<service start time> <tsid> <nominal MSDU> <max MSDU> <min data
++rate> <mean data rate> <peak data rate> <max burst size> <delay
++bound> <min phy rate> <sba> <medium time> where:
++
++    <user priority>
++    802.1D user priority range (0–7)
++    <direction>
++        = 0    Tx (uplink) traffic
++        = 1    Rx (downlink) traffic
++        = 2    Bi-directional traffic
++    <traffic class>
++        = 1    BK
++        = 2    VI
++        = 3    VO
++    <trafficType>
++        = 0    Aperiodic
++        = 1    Periodic
++    <voice PS capability>
++        Specifies whether the voice power save mechanism
++    (APSD if AP supports it or legacy/simulated APSD
++    [using PS-Poll]) should be used
++        = 0    Disable voice power save for traffic class
++        = 1    Enable APSD voice power save for traffic class
++        = 2    Enable voice power save for all traffic classes
++    <min service interval>
++        (In ms)
++    <max service interval>
++        Inactivity interval (in ms) (0 = Infinite)
++    <suspension interval>
++        (In ms)
++    <service start time>
++        Service start time
++    <tsid>
++        TSID range (0–15)
++    <nominal MSDU>
++        Nominal MAC SDU size
++    <max MSDU>
++        Maximum MAC SDU size
++    <min data rate>
++        Minimum data rate (in bps)
++    <mean data rate>
++        Mean data rate (in bps)
++    <peak data rate>
++        Peak data rate (in bps)
++    <max burst size>
++        Maximum burst size (in bps)
++    <delay bound>
++        Delay bound
++    <min phy rate>
++        Minimum PHY rate (in bps)
++    <sba>
++        Surplus bandwidth allowance
++    <medium time>
++        Medium time in TU of 32-ms periods per sec
++    ... CREATE_PSTREAM (continued)
++
++Command Parameters
++    UINT8 trafficClass    TRAFFIC_CLASS value
++    UINT8 traffic
++    Direction
++    DIR_TYPE value
++    UINT8    rxQueueNum
++        AR6000 device mailbox index (2 or 3)
++        corresponding to the endpoint the host
++        wishes to use to receive packets for the
++        prioritized stream
++    UINT8 trafficType  TRAFFIC_TYPE value
++    UINT8 voicePS
++Capability
++    VOICEPS_CAP_TYPE value
++    UINT8 tsid          Traffic stream ID
++    UINT8 userPriority  802.1D user priority
++    UINT16 nominalMSDU  Nominal MSDU in octets
++    UINT16 maxMSDU      Maximum MSDU in octets
++    UINT32 minServiceInt Minimum service interval: the min.
++                            period of traffic specified (in ms)
++    UINT32 maxServiceInt  Maximum service interval: the max.
++                        period of traffic specified (in ms)
++    UINT32 inactivityInt Indicates how many ms an established
++                        stream is inactive before the prioritized
++                        data endpoint is taken down and the
++                        corresponding T-SPEC deleted
++    UINT32 suspensionInt  Suspension interval (in ms)
++    UINT32 service       StartTime Service start time
++    UINT32 minDataRate  Minimum data rate (in bps)
++    UINT32 meanDataRate Mean data rate (in bps)
++    UINT32 peakDataRate Peak data rate (in bps)
++    UINT32 maxBurstSize
++    UINT32 delayBound
++    UINT32 minPhyRate   Minimum PHY rate for TSPEC (in bps)
++    UINT32 sba          Surplus bandwidth allowance
++    UINT32 mediumTime   Medium TSPEC time (in units of 32 ms)
++Command Values
++    {
++        WMM_AC_BE = 0   Best Effort
++        WMM_AC_BK = 1   Background
++        WMM_AC_VI = 2   Video
++        WMM_AC_VO = 3   Voice
++        All other values reserved
++    } TRAFFIC_CLASS
++    {
++        UPLINK_TRAFFIC   = 0  From the AR6000 device to the AP
++        DOWNLINK_TRAFFIC = 1  From the AP to the AR6000 device
++        BIDIR_TRAFFIC    = 2  Bi-directional traffic
++        All other values reserved
++    } DIR_TYPE
++    {
++        DISABLE_FOR_THIS_AC = 0
++        ENABLE_FOR_THIS_AC  = 1
++        ENABLE_FOR_ALL_AC   = 2
++        All other values reserved
++    } VOICEPS_CAP_TYPE
++
++    ... CREATE_PSTREAM (continued)
++
++
++        VI  BE   BK    Supported, Y/N?
++   0    0    0    0    Y
++   0    0    0    1    Y
++   0    0    1    0    N
++   0    0    1    1    N
++   0    1    0    0    Y
++   0    1    0    1    Y
++   0    1    1    0    N
++   0    1    1    1    N
++   1    0    0    0    Y
++   1    0    0    1    Y
++   1    0    1    0    N
++   1    1    0    0    N
++   1    1    0    1    Y
++   1    1    0    0    N
++   1    1    1    0    N
++   1    1    1    1    Y
++
++Reset Value
++    No pstream is present after reset; each of the BE, BK, VI,VO pstreams must be created
++    (either implicitly by data flow or explicitly by user)
++
++Restrictions
++    This command can only be issued when the device is in the CONNECTED state. If
++    the device receives the command while in DISCONNECTED state, it replies with a
++    failure indication. At most four prioritized data endpoints can be created, one for
++    each AC.
++
++See Also
++    “DELETE_PSTREAM”
++=====================================================================
++
++Name
++    DELETE_BAD_AP
++
++Synopsis
++    The host uses this command to clear a particular entry in the bad AP table
++
++Command
++    wmiconfig eth1 --rmAP [--num=<index>] // used to clear a badAP
++    entry. num is index from 0-3
++
++Command Parameters
++    UINT8  badApIndex   Index [0...n] that identifies the entry in the bad
++                        AP table to delete
++
++Command Values
++    badApIndex   = 0, 1, 2, 3
++            Entry in the bad AP table
++
++Reset Value
++    None defined
++
++Restrictions
++    None
++
++See Also
++    “ADD_BAD_AP”
++
++=====================================================================
++
++
++Name
++    DELETE_CIPHER_KEY
++
++Synopsis
++    The host uses this command to delete a key that was previously added with the
++    “ADD_CIPHER_KEY” command.
++
++Command
++    TBD
++
++Command Parameters
++    UINT8   keyIndex    Index (0...3) of the key to be deleted
++
++Command Values
++    keyIndex    = 0, 1,2, 3    Key to delete
++
++Reset Value
++    None
++
++Restrictions
++    The host should not delete a key that is currently in use by the AR6000.
++
++See Also
++    “ADD_CIPHER_KEY”
++
++=====================================================================
++
++Name
++    DELETE_PSTREAM
++
++Synopsis
++    The host uses this command to delete a prioritized data endpoint created by a
++    previous “CREATE_PSTREAM” command
++
++Command
++    --deleteqos <trafficClass> <tsid>, where:
++
++    <traffic class>
++        = 0    BE
++        = 1    BK
++        = 2    VI
++        = 3    VO
++    <tsid>
++        The TSpec ID; use the -qosqueue option
++        to get the active TSpec IDs for each traffic class
++
++Command Parameters
++    A_UINT8    trafficClass    Indicate the traffic class of the stream
++                            being deleted
++
++Command Values
++    {
++        WMM_AC_BE = 0    Best effort
++        WMM_AC_BK = 1    Background
++        WMM_AC_VI = 2    Video
++        WMM_AC_VO = 3    Voice
++    } TRAFFIC CLASS
++
++    0-15 for TSID
++
++Reply Values
++    N/A
++
++Restrictions
++    This command should only be issued after a “CREATE_PSTREAM” command has
++    successfully created a prioritized stream
++
++See Also
++    “CREATE_PSTREAM”
++
++=====================================================================
++
++
++Name
++    DELETE_WOW_PATTERN
++
++Synopsis
++    The host uses this command to remove a pre-specified pattern from the
++    WoW pattern list.
++
++Command
++    wmiconfig –delwowpattern <list-id> <pattern-id>
++
++Command Parameters
++    A_UINT8    filter_list_id    ID of the list that contains the WoW filter
++                                 pattern to delete
++    A_UINT8    filter_id    ID of the WoW filter pattern to delete
++
++Reply Parameters
++    None
++
++
++
++Reset Value
++    None defined
++
++Restrictions
++    None
++
++See Also
++    “ADD_WOW_PATTERN”
++
++=====================================================================
++
++
++Name
++    EXTENSION
++
++Synopsis
++    The WMI message interface is used mostly for wireless control messages to a wireless
++    module applicable to wireless module management regardless of the target platform
++    implementation. However, some commands only peripherally related to wireless
++    management are desired during operation. These wireless extension commands may
++    be platform-specific or implementation-dependent.
++
++Command
++    N/A
++
++Command Parameters
++    Command-specific
++
++Command Values
++    Command-specific
++
++Reply Parameters
++    Command-specific
++
++Reset Values
++    None defined
++
++Restrictions
++    None defined
++
++=====================================================================
++
++
++Name
++    GET_BIT_RATE
++
++Synopsis
++    Used by the host to obtain the rate most recently used by the AR6000 device
++
++Command
++    wmiconfig eth1 --getfixrates
++
++Command Parameters
++    None
++
++
++
++Reply Parameters
++    INT8
++    rateIndex
++    See the “SET_BIT_RATE” command
++
++Reset Values
++    None
++
++Restrictions
++    This command should only be used during development/debug; it is not intended
++for use in production. It is only valid when the device is in the CONNECTED state
++
++See Also
++    “SET_BIT_RATE”
++
++=====================================================================
++
++
++Name
++    GET_CHANNEL_LIST
++
++Synopsis
++    Used by the host uses to retrieve the list of channels that can be used by the device
++    while in the current wireless mode and in the current regulatory domain.
++
++Command
++    TBD
++
++Command Parameters
++    None
++
++Reply Parameters
++    UINT8    reserved    Reserved
++    UINT8    numberOfChannels    Number of channels the reply contains
++    UINT16    channelList[numberOfChannels]  Array of channel frequencies (in MHz)
++
++Reset Values
++    None defined
++
++Restrictions
++    The maximum number of channels that can be reported are 32
++
++=====================================================================
++
++
++Name
++    GET_FIXRATES
++
++Synopsis
++    Clears the current calculated RSSI and SNR value. RSSI and SNR are reported by
++    running-average value. This command will clear the history and have a fresh start for
++    the running-average mechanism.
++
++Synopsis
++    This returns rate-mask set via WMI_SET_FIXRATES to retrieve the current fixed rate
++    that the AR6001 or AR6001 is using. See “SET_FIXRATES”.
++
++Command
++    wmiconfig eth1 --getfixrates
++
++Command Parameters
++    A_UINT16    fixRateMask;    Note: if this command is used prior to
++                using WMI_SET_FIXRATES, AR6000
++                returns 0xffff as fixRateMask, indicating
++                all the rates are enabled
++
++Reply Parameters
++    None
++
++Reset Value
++    None defined
++
++Restrictions
++    None
++
++See Also
++    “SET_FIXRATES”
++
++=====================================================================
++
++
++
++Name
++    GET_PMKID_LIST_CMD
++
++Synopsis
++    Retrieve