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Linux/drivers/net/ethernet/intel/Kconfig

  1 #
  2 # Intel network device configuration
  3 #
  4 
  5 config NET_VENDOR_INTEL
  6         bool "Intel devices"
  7         default y
  8         ---help---
  9           If you have a network (Ethernet) card belonging to this class, say Y.
 10 
 11           Note that the answer to this question doesn't directly affect the
 12           kernel: saying N will just cause the configurator to skip all
 13           the questions about Intel cards. If you say Y, you will be asked for
 14           your specific card in the following questions.
 15 
 16 if NET_VENDOR_INTEL
 17 
 18 config E100
 19         tristate "Intel(R) PRO/100+ support"
 20         depends on PCI
 21         select MII
 22         ---help---
 23           This driver supports Intel(R) PRO/100 family of adapters.
 24           To verify that your adapter is supported, find the board ID number
 25           on the adapter. Look for a label that has a barcode and a number
 26           in the format 123456-001 (six digits hyphen three digits).
 27 
 28           Use the above information and the Adapter & Driver ID Guide that
 29           can be located at:
 30 
 31           <http://support.intel.com>
 32 
 33           to identify the adapter.
 34 
 35           More specific information on configuring the driver is in
 36           <file:Documentation/networking/e100.txt>.
 37 
 38           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module
 39           will be called e100.
 40 
 41 config E1000
 42         tristate "Intel(R) PRO/1000 Gigabit Ethernet support"
 43         depends on PCI
 44         ---help---
 45           This driver supports Intel(R) PRO/1000 gigabit ethernet family of
 46           adapters.  For more information on how to identify your adapter, go
 47           to the Adapter & Driver ID Guide that can be located at:
 48 
 49           <http://support.intel.com>
 50 
 51           More specific information on configuring the driver is in
 52           <file:Documentation/networking/e1000.txt>.
 53 
 54           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module
 55           will be called e1000.
 56 
 57 config E1000E
 58         tristate "Intel(R) PRO/1000 PCI-Express Gigabit Ethernet support"
 59         depends on PCI && (!SPARC32 || BROKEN)
 60         select CRC32
 61         select PTP_1588_CLOCK
 62         ---help---
 63           This driver supports the PCI-Express Intel(R) PRO/1000 gigabit
 64           ethernet family of adapters. For PCI or PCI-X e1000 adapters,
 65           use the regular e1000 driver For more information on how to
 66           identify your adapter, go to the Adapter & Driver ID Guide that
 67           can be located at:
 68 
 69           <http://support.intel.com>
 70 
 71           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module
 72           will be called e1000e.
 73 
 74 config E1000E_HWTS
 75         bool "Support HW cross-timestamp on PCH devices"
 76         default y
 77         depends on E1000E && X86
 78         ---help---
 79          Say Y to enable hardware supported cross-timestamping on PCH
 80          devices. The cross-timestamp is available through the PTP clock
 81          driver precise cross-timestamp ioctl (PTP_SYS_OFFSET_PRECISE).
 82 
 83 config IGB
 84         tristate "Intel(R) 82575/82576 PCI-Express Gigabit Ethernet support"
 85         depends on PCI
 86         select PTP_1588_CLOCK
 87         select I2C
 88         select I2C_ALGOBIT
 89         ---help---
 90           This driver supports Intel(R) 82575/82576 gigabit ethernet family of
 91           adapters.  For more information on how to identify your adapter, go
 92           to the Adapter & Driver ID Guide that can be located at:
 93 
 94           <http://support.intel.com>
 95 
 96           More specific information on configuring the driver is in
 97           <file:Documentation/networking/e1000.txt>.
 98 
 99           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module
100           will be called igb.
101 
102 config IGB_HWMON
103         bool "Intel(R) PCI-Express Gigabit adapters HWMON support"
104         default y
105         depends on IGB && HWMON && !(IGB=y && HWMON=m)
106         ---help---
107           Say Y if you want to expose thermal sensor data on Intel devices.
108 
109           Some of our devices contain thermal sensors, both external and internal.
110           This data is available via the hwmon sysfs interface and exposes
111           the onboard sensors.
112 
113 config IGB_DCA
114         bool "Direct Cache Access (DCA) Support"
115         default y
116         depends on IGB && DCA && !(IGB=y && DCA=m)
117         ---help---
118           Say Y here if you want to use Direct Cache Access (DCA) in the
119           driver.  DCA is a method for warming the CPU cache before data
120           is used, with the intent of lessening the impact of cache misses.
121 
122 config IGBVF
123         tristate "Intel(R) 82576 Virtual Function Ethernet support"
124         depends on PCI
125         ---help---
126           This driver supports Intel(R) 82576 virtual functions.  For more
127           information on how to identify your adapter, go to the Adapter &
128           Driver ID Guide that can be located at:
129 
130           <http://support.intel.com>
131 
132           More specific information on configuring the driver is in
133           <file:Documentation/networking/e1000.txt>.
134 
135           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module
136           will be called igbvf.
137 
138 config IXGB
139         tristate "Intel(R) PRO/10GbE support"
140         depends on PCI
141         ---help---
142           This driver supports Intel(R) PRO/10GbE family of adapters for
143           PCI-X type cards. For PCI-E type cards, use the "ixgbe" driver
144           instead. For more information on how to identify your adapter, go
145           to the Adapter & Driver ID Guide that can be located at:
146 
147           <http://support.intel.com>
148 
149           More specific information on configuring the driver is in
150           <file:Documentation/networking/ixgb.txt>.
151 
152           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module
153           will be called ixgb.
154 
155 config IXGBE
156         tristate "Intel(R) 10GbE PCI Express adapters support"
157         depends on PCI
158         select MDIO
159         select PTP_1588_CLOCK
160         ---help---
161           This driver supports Intel(R) 10GbE PCI Express family of
162           adapters.  For more information on how to identify your adapter, go
163           to the Adapter & Driver ID Guide that can be located at:
164 
165           <http://support.intel.com>
166 
167           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module
168           will be called ixgbe.
169 
170 config IXGBE_VXLAN
171         bool "Virtual eXtensible Local Area Network Support"
172         default n
173         depends on IXGBE && VXLAN && !(IXGBE=y && VXLAN=m)
174         ---help---
175           This allows one to create VXLAN virtual interfaces that provide
176           Layer 2 Networks over Layer 3 Networks. VXLAN is often used
177           to tunnel virtual network infrastructure in virtualized environments.
178           Say Y here if you want to use Virtual eXtensible Local Area Network
179           (VXLAN) in the driver.
180 
181 config IXGBE_HWMON
182         bool "Intel(R) 10GbE PCI Express adapters HWMON support"
183         default y
184         depends on IXGBE && HWMON && !(IXGBE=y && HWMON=m)
185         ---help---
186           Say Y if you want to expose the thermal sensor data on some of
187           our cards, via a hwmon sysfs interface.
188 
189 config IXGBE_DCA
190         bool "Direct Cache Access (DCA) Support"
191         default y
192         depends on IXGBE && DCA && !(IXGBE=y && DCA=m)
193         ---help---
194           Say Y here if you want to use Direct Cache Access (DCA) in the
195           driver.  DCA is a method for warming the CPU cache before data
196           is used, with the intent of lessening the impact of cache misses.
197 
198 config IXGBE_DCB
199         bool "Data Center Bridging (DCB) Support"
200         default n
201         depends on IXGBE && DCB
202         ---help---
203           Say Y here if you want to use Data Center Bridging (DCB) in the
204           driver.
205 
206           If unsure, say N.
207 
208 config IXGBEVF
209         tristate "Intel(R) 10GbE PCI Express Virtual Function Ethernet support"
210         depends on PCI_MSI
211         ---help---
212           This driver supports Intel(R) PCI Express virtual functions for the
213           Intel(R) ixgbe driver.  For more information on how to identify your
214           adapter, go to the Adapter & Driver ID Guide that can be located at:
215 
216           <http://support.intel.com>
217 
218           More specific information on configuring the driver is in
219           <file:Documentation/networking/ixgbevf.txt>.
220 
221           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module
222           will be called ixgbevf.  MSI-X interrupt support is required
223           for this driver to work correctly.
224 
225 config I40E
226         tristate "Intel(R) Ethernet Controller XL710 Family support"
227         select PTP_1588_CLOCK
228         depends on PCI
229         ---help---
230           This driver supports Intel(R) Ethernet Controller XL710 Family of
231           devices.  For more information on how to identify your adapter, go
232           to the Adapter & Driver ID Guide that can be located at:
233 
234           <http://support.intel.com>
235 
236           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module
237           will be called i40e.
238 
239 config I40E_VXLAN
240         bool "Virtual eXtensible Local Area Network Support"
241         default n
242         depends on I40E && VXLAN && !(I40E=y && VXLAN=m)
243         ---help---
244           This allows one to create VXLAN virtual interfaces that provide
245           Layer 2 Networks over Layer 3 Networks. VXLAN is often used
246           to tunnel virtual network infrastructure in virtualized environments.
247           Say Y here if you want to use Virtual eXtensible Local Area Network
248           (VXLAN) in the driver.
249 
250 config I40E_GENEVE
251         bool "Generic Network Virtualization Encapsulation (GENEVE) Support"
252         depends on I40E && GENEVE && !(I40E=y && GENEVE=m)
253         default n
254         ---help---
255           This allows one to create GENEVE virtual interfaces that provide
256           Layer 2 Networks over Layer 3 Networks. GENEVE is often used
257           to tunnel virtual network infrastructure in virtualized environments.
258           Say Y here if you want to use GENEVE in the driver.
259 
260 config I40E_DCB
261         bool "Data Center Bridging (DCB) Support"
262         default n
263         depends on I40E && DCB
264         ---help---
265           Say Y here if you want to use Data Center Bridging (DCB) in the
266           driver.
267 
268           If unsure, say N.
269 
270 config I40E_FCOE
271         bool "Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE)"
272         default n
273         depends on I40E && DCB && FCOE
274         ---help---
275           Say Y here if you want to use Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE)
276           in the driver. This will create new netdev for exclusive FCoE
277           use with XL710 FCoE offloads enabled.
278 
279           If unsure, say N.
280 
281 config I40EVF
282         tristate "Intel(R) XL710 X710 Virtual Function Ethernet support"
283         depends on PCI_MSI
284         ---help---
285           This driver supports Intel(R) XL710 and X710 virtual functions.
286           For more information on how to identify your adapter, go to the
287           Adapter & Driver ID Guide that can be located at:
288 
289           <http://support.intel.com>
290 
291           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module
292           will be called i40evf.  MSI-X interrupt support is required
293           for this driver to work correctly.
294 
295 config FM10K
296         tristate "Intel(R) FM10000 Ethernet Switch Host Interface Support"
297         default n
298         depends on PCI_MSI
299         select PTP_1588_CLOCK
300         ---help---
301           This driver supports Intel(R) FM10000 Ethernet Switch Host
302           Interface.  For more information on how to identify your adapter,
303           go to the Adapter & Driver ID Guide that can be located at:
304 
305           <http://support.intel.com>
306 
307           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module
308           will be called fm10k.  MSI-X interrupt support is required
309 
310 config FM10K_VXLAN
311         bool "Virtual eXtensible Local Area Network Support"
312         default n
313         depends on FM10K && VXLAN && !(FM10K=y && VXLAN=m)
314         ---help---
315           This allows one to create VXLAN virtual interfaces that provide
316           Layer 2 Networks over Layer 3 Networks. VXLAN is often used
317           to tunnel virtual network infrastructure in virtualized environments.
318           Say Y here if you want to use Virtual eXtensible Local Area Network
319           (VXLAN) in the driver.
320 
321 endif # NET_VENDOR_INTEL

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