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extern const struct ieee80211_regdomain *cfg80211_regdomain;
bool is_world_regdom(const char *alpha2);
bool reg_is_valid_request(const char *alpha2);
int regulatory_hint_user(const char *alpha2);
int reg_device_uevent(struct device *dev, struct kobj_uevent_env *env);
void reg_device_remove(struct wiphy *wiphy);
int __init regulatory_init(void);
void regulatory_exit(void);
int set_regdom(const struct ieee80211_regdomain *rd);
void regulatory_update(struct wiphy *wiphy, enum nl80211_reg_initiator setby);
* regulatory_hint_found_beacon - hints a beacon was found on a channel
* @wiphy: the wireless device where the beacon was found on
* @beacon_chan: the channel on which the beacon was found on
* @gfp: context flags
* This informs the wireless core that a beacon from an AP was found on
* the channel provided. This allows the wireless core to make educated
* guesses on regulatory to help with world roaming. This is only used for
* world roaming -- when we do not know our current location. This is
* only useful on channels 12, 13 and 14 on the 2 GHz band as channels
* 1-11 are already enabled by the world regulatory domain; and on
* non-radar 5 GHz channels.
* Drivers do not need to call this, cfg80211 will do it for after a scan
* on a newly found BSS. If you cannot make use of this feature you can
* set the wiphy->disable_beacon_hints to true.
int regulatory_hint_found_beacon(struct wiphy *wiphy,
struct ieee80211_channel *beacon_chan,
gfp_t gfp);
* regulatory_hint_11d - hints a country IE as a regulatory domain
* @wiphy: the wireless device giving the hint (used only for reporting
* conflicts)
* @band: the band on which the country IE was received on. This determines
* the band we'll process the country IE channel triplets for.
* @country_ie: pointer to the country IE
* @country_ie_len: length of the country IE
* We will intersect the rd with the what CRDA tells us should apply
* for the alpha2 this country IE belongs to, this prevents APs from
* sending us incorrect or outdated information against a country.
* The AP is expected to provide Country IE channel triplets for the
* band it is on. It is technically possible for APs to send channel
* country IE triplets even for channels outside of the band they are
* in but for that they would have to use the regulatory extension
* in combination with a triplet but this behaviour is currently
* not observed. For this reason if a triplet is seen with channel
* information for a band the BSS is not present in it will be ignored.
void regulatory_hint_11d(struct wiphy *wiphy,
enum ieee80211_band band,
u8 *country_ie,
u8 country_ie_len);
* regulatory_hint_disconnect - informs all devices have been disconneted
* Regulotory rules can be enhanced further upon scanning and upon
* connection to an AP. These rules become stale if we disconnect
* and go to another country, whether or not we suspend and resume.
* If we suspend, go to another country and resume we'll automatically
* get disconnected shortly after resuming and things will be reset as well.
* This routine is a helper to restore regulatory settings to how they were
* prior to our first connect attempt. This includes ignoring country IE and
* beacon regulatory hints. The ieee80211_regdom module parameter will always
* be respected but if a user had set the regulatory domain that will take
* precedence.
* Must be called from process context.
void regulatory_hint_disconnect(void);
#endif /* __NET_WIRELESS_REG_H */