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  2# wan devices configuration
  5menuconfig WAN
  6	bool "Wan interfaces support"
  7	---help---
  8	  Wide Area Networks (WANs), such as X.25, Frame Relay and leased
  9	  lines, are used to interconnect Local Area Networks (LANs) over vast
 10	  distances with data transfer rates significantly higher than those
 11	  achievable with commonly used asynchronous modem connections.
 13	  Usually, a quite expensive external device called a `WAN router' is
 14	  needed to connect to a WAN. As an alternative, a relatively
 15	  inexpensive WAN interface card can allow your Linux box to directly
 16	  connect to a WAN.
 18	  If you have one of those cards and wish to use it under Linux,
 19	  say Y here and also to the WAN driver for your card.
 21	  If unsure, say N.
 23if WAN
 25# There is no way to detect a comtrol sv11 - force it modular for now.
 26config HOSTESS_SV11
 27	tristate "Comtrol Hostess SV-11 support"
 28	depends on ISA && m && ISA_DMA_API && INET && HDLC && VIRT_TO_BUS
 29	help
 30	  Driver for Comtrol Hostess SV-11 network card which
 31	  operates on low speed synchronous serial links at up to
 32	  256Kbps, supporting PPP and Cisco HDLC.
 34	  The driver will be compiled as a module: the
 35	  module will be called hostess_sv11.
 37# The COSA/SRP driver has not been tested as non-modular yet.
 38config COSA
 39	tristate "COSA/SRP sync serial boards support"
 40	depends on ISA && m && ISA_DMA_API && HDLC && VIRT_TO_BUS
 41	---help---
 42	  Driver for COSA and SRP synchronous serial boards.
 44	  These boards allow to connect synchronous serial devices (for example
 45	  base-band modems, or any other device with the X.21, V.24, V.35 or
 46	  V.36 interface) to your Linux box. The cards can work as the
 47	  character device, synchronous PPP network device, or the Cisco HDLC
 48	  network device.
 50	  You will need user-space utilities COSA or SRP boards for downloading
 51 	  the firmware to the cards and to set them up. Look at the
 52	  <> for more information. You can also
 53	  read the comment at the top of the <file:drivers/net/wan/cosa.c> for
 54	  details about the cards and the driver itself.
 56	  The driver will be compiled as a module: the
 57	  module will be called cosa.
 60# Lan Media's board. Currently 1000, 1200, 5200, 5245
 62config LANMEDIA
 63	tristate "LanMedia Corp. SSI/V.35, T1/E1, HSSI, T3 boards"
 64	depends on PCI && VIRT_TO_BUS && HDLC
 65	---help---
 66	  Driver for the following Lan Media family of serial boards:
 68	  - LMC 1000 board allows you to connect synchronous serial devices
 69	  (for example base-band modems, or any other device with the X.21,
 70	  V.24, V.35 or V.36 interface) to your Linux box.
 72	  - LMC 1200 with on board DSU board allows you to connect your Linux
 73	  box directly to a T1 or E1 circuit.
 75	  - LMC 5200 board provides a HSSI interface capable of running up to
 76	  52 Mbits per second.
 78	  - LMC 5245 board connects directly to a T3 circuit saving the
 79	  additional external hardware.
 81	  To change setting such as clock source you will need lmcctl.
 82	  It is available at <> (broken link).
 84	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 85	  module will be called lmc.
 87# There is no way to detect a Sealevel board. Force it modular
 88config SEALEVEL_4021
 89	tristate "Sealevel Systems 4021 support"
 90	depends on ISA && m && ISA_DMA_API && INET && HDLC && VIRT_TO_BUS
 91	help
 92	  This is a driver for the Sealevel Systems ACB 56 serial I/O adapter.
 94	  The driver will be compiled as a module: the
 95	  module will be called sealevel.
 97# Generic HDLC
 98config HDLC
 99	tristate "Generic HDLC layer"
100	help
101	  Say Y to this option if your Linux box contains a WAN (Wide Area
102	  Network) card supported by this driver and you are planning to
103	  connect the box to a WAN.
105	  You will need supporting software from
106	  <>.
107	  Generic HDLC driver currently supports raw HDLC, Cisco HDLC, Frame
108	  Relay, synchronous Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) and X.25.
110 	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
111	  module will be called hdlc.
113	  If unsure, say N.
115config HDLC_RAW
116	tristate "Raw HDLC support"
117	depends on HDLC
118	help
119	  Generic HDLC driver supporting raw HDLC over WAN connections.
121	  If unsure, say N.
123config HDLC_RAW_ETH
124	tristate "Raw HDLC Ethernet device support"
125	depends on HDLC
126	help
127	  Generic HDLC driver supporting raw HDLC Ethernet device emulation
128	  over WAN connections.
130	  You will need it for Ethernet over HDLC bridges.
132	  If unsure, say N.
134config HDLC_CISCO
135	tristate "Cisco HDLC support"
136	depends on HDLC
137	help
138	  Generic HDLC driver supporting Cisco HDLC over WAN connections.
140	  If unsure, say N.
142config HDLC_FR
143	tristate "Frame Relay support"
144	depends on HDLC
145	help
146	  Generic HDLC driver supporting Frame Relay over WAN connections.
148	  If unsure, say N.
150config HDLC_PPP
151	tristate "Synchronous Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) support"
152	depends on HDLC
153	help
154	  Generic HDLC driver supporting PPP over WAN connections.
156	  If unsure, say N.
158config HDLC_X25
159	tristate "X.25 protocol support"
160	depends on HDLC && (LAPB=m && HDLC=m || LAPB=y)
161	help
162	  Generic HDLC driver supporting X.25 over WAN connections.
164	  If unsure, say N.
166comment "X.25/LAPB support is disabled"
167	depends on HDLC && (LAPB!=m || HDLC!=m) && LAPB!=y
169config PCI200SYN
170	tristate "Goramo PCI200SYN support"
171	depends on HDLC && PCI
172	help
173	  Driver for PCI200SYN cards by Goramo sp. j.
175	  If you have such a card, say Y here and see
176	  <>.
178	  To compile this as a module, choose M here: the
179	  module will be called pci200syn.
181	  If unsure, say N.
183config WANXL
184	tristate "SBE Inc. wanXL support"
185	depends on HDLC && PCI
186	help
187	  Driver for wanXL PCI cards by SBE Inc.
189	  If you have such a card, say Y here and see
190	  <>.
192	  To compile this as a module, choose M here: the
193	  module will be called wanxl.
195	  If unsure, say N.
198	bool "rebuild wanXL firmware"
200	help
201	  Allows you to rebuild firmware run by the QUICC processor.
202	  It requires as68k, ld68k and hexdump programs.
204	  You should never need this option, say N.
206config PC300TOO
207	tristate "Cyclades PC300 RSV/X21 alternative support"
208	depends on HDLC && PCI
209	help
210	  Alternative driver for PC300 RSV/X21 PCI cards made by
211	  Cyclades, Inc. If you have such a card, say Y here and see
212	  <>.
214	  To compile this as a module, choose M here: the module
215	  will be called pc300too.
217	  If unsure, say N here.
219config N2
220	tristate "SDL RISCom/N2 support"
221	depends on HDLC && ISA
222	help
223	  Driver for RISCom/N2 single or dual channel ISA cards by
224	  SDL Communications Inc.
226	  If you have such a card, say Y here and see
227	  <>.
229	  Note that N2csu and N2dds cards are not supported by this driver.
231	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module
232	  will be called n2.
234	  If unsure, say N.
236config C101
237	tristate "Moxa C101 support"
238	depends on HDLC && ISA
239	help
240	  Driver for C101 SuperSync ISA cards by Moxa Technologies Co., Ltd.
242	  If you have such a card, say Y here and see
243	  <>.
245	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
246	  module will be called c101.
248	  If unsure, say N.
250config FARSYNC
251	tristate "FarSync T-Series support"
252	depends on HDLC && PCI
253	---help---
254	  Support for the FarSync T-Series X.21 (and V.35/V.24) cards by
255	  FarSite Communications Ltd.
257	  Synchronous communication is supported on all ports at speeds up to
258	  8Mb/s (128K on V.24) using synchronous PPP, Cisco HDLC, raw HDLC,
259	  Frame Relay or X.25/LAPB.
261	  If you want the module to be automatically loaded when the interface
262	  is referenced then you should add "alias hdlcX farsync" to a file
263	  in /etc/modprobe.d/ for each interface, where X is 0, 1, 2, ..., or
264	  simply use "alias hdlc* farsync" to indicate all of them.
266	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
267	  module will be called farsync.
269config DSCC4
270	tristate "Etinc PCISYNC serial board support"
271	depends on HDLC && PCI && m
272	help
273	  Driver for Etinc PCISYNC boards based on the Infineon (ex. Siemens)
274	  DSCC4 chipset.
276	  This is supposed to work with the four port card. Take a look at
277	  <> for further information about the
278	  driver.
280	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
281	  module will be called dscc4.
283config FSL_UCC_HDLC
284	tristate "Freescale QUICC Engine HDLC support"
285	depends on HDLC
286	depends on QUICC_ENGINE
287	help
288	  Driver for Freescale QUICC Engine HDLC controller. The driver
289	  supports HDLC in NMSI and TDM mode.
291	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
292	  module will be called fsl_ucc_hdlc.
294config SLIC_DS26522
295	tristate "Slic Maxim ds26522 card support"
296	depends on SPI
298	help
299	  This module initializes and configures the slic maxim card
300	  in T1 or E1 mode.
302	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
303	  module will be called slic_ds26522.
305config DSCC4_PCISYNC
306	bool "Etinc PCISYNC features"
307	depends on DSCC4
308	help
309	  Due to Etinc's design choice for its PCISYNC cards, some operations
310	  are only allowed on specific ports of the DSCC4. This option is the
311	  only way for the driver to know that it shouldn't return a success
312	  code for these operations.
314	  Please say Y if your card is an Etinc's PCISYNC.
316config DSCC4_PCI_RST
317	bool "Hard reset support"
318	depends on DSCC4
319	help
320	  Various DSCC4 bugs forbid any reliable software reset of the ASIC.
321	  As a replacement, some vendors provide a way to assert the PCI #RST
322	  pin of DSCC4 through the GPIO port of the card. If you choose Y,
323	  the driver will make use of this feature before module removal
324	  (i.e. rmmod). The feature is known to be available on Commtech's
325	  cards. Contact your manufacturer for details.
327	  Say Y if your card supports this feature.
329config IXP4XX_HSS
330	tristate "Intel IXP4xx HSS (synchronous serial port) support"
331	depends on HDLC && ARM && ARCH_IXP4XX && IXP4XX_NPE && IXP4XX_QMGR
332	help
333	  Say Y here if you want to use built-in HSS ports
334	  on IXP4xx processor.
336config DLCI
337	tristate "Frame Relay DLCI support"
338	---help---
339	  Support for the Frame Relay protocol.
341	  Frame Relay is a fast low-cost way to connect to a remote Internet
342	  access provider or to form a private wide area network. The one
343	  physical line from your box to the local "switch" (i.e. the entry
344	  point to the Frame Relay network, usually at the phone company) can
345	  carry several logical point-to-point connections to other computers
346	  connected to the Frame Relay network. For a general explanation of
347	  the protocol, check out <>.
349	  To use frame relay, you need supporting hardware (called FRAD) and
350	  certain programs from the net-tools package as explained in
351	  <file:Documentation/networking/framerelay.txt>.
353	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
354	  module will be called dlci.
356config DLCI_MAX
357	int "Max DLCI per device"
358	depends on DLCI
359	default "8"
360	help
361	  How many logical point-to-point frame relay connections (the
362	  identifiers of which are called DCLIs) should be handled by each
363	  of your hardware frame relay access devices.
365	  Go with the default.
367config SDLA
368	tristate "SDLA (Sangoma S502/S508) support"
369	depends on DLCI && ISA
370	help
371	  Driver for the Sangoma S502A, S502E, and S508 Frame Relay Access
372	  Devices.
374	  These are multi-protocol cards, but only Frame Relay is supported
375	  by the driver at this time. Please read
376	  <file:Documentation/networking/framerelay.txt>.
378	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
379	  module will be called sdla.
381# X.25 network drivers
382config LAPBETHER
383	tristate "LAPB over Ethernet driver"
384	depends on LAPB && X25
385	---help---
386	  Driver for a pseudo device (typically called /dev/lapb0) which allows
387	  you to open an LAPB point-to-point connection to some other computer
388	  on your Ethernet network.
390	  In order to do this, you need to say Y or M to the driver for your
391	  Ethernet card as well as to "LAPB Data Link Driver".
393	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
394	  module will be called lapbether.
396	  If unsure, say N.
398config X25_ASY
399	tristate "X.25 async driver"
400	depends on LAPB && X25 && TTY
401	---help---
402	  Send and receive X.25 frames over regular asynchronous serial
403	  lines such as telephone lines equipped with ordinary modems.
405	  Experts should note that this driver doesn't currently comply with
406	  the asynchronous HDLS framing protocols in CCITT recommendation X.25.
408	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
409	  module will be called x25_asy.
411	  If unsure, say N.
413config SBNI
414	tristate "Granch SBNI12 Leased Line adapter support"
415	depends on X86
416	---help---
417	  Driver for ISA SBNI12-xx cards which are low cost alternatives to
418	  leased line modems.
420	  You can find more information and last versions of drivers and
421	  utilities at <>. If you have any question you
422	  can send email to <>.
424	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
425	  module will be called sbni.
427	  If unsure, say N.
430	bool "Multiple line feature support"
431	depends on SBNI
432	help
433	  Schedule traffic for some parallel lines, via SBNI12 adapters.
435	  If you have two computers connected with two parallel lines it's
436	  possible to increase transfer rate nearly twice. You should have
437	  a program named 'sbniconfig' to configure adapters.
439	  If unsure, say N.
441endif # WAN