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Linux/drivers/s390/net/Kconfig

  1 menu "S/390 network device drivers"
  2         depends on NETDEVICES && S390
  3 
  4 config LCS
  5         def_tristate m
  6         prompt "Lan Channel Station Interface"
  7         depends on CCW && NETDEVICES && (ETHERNET || FDDI)
  8         help
  9            Select this option if you want to use LCS networking on IBM System z.
 10            This device driver supports FDDI (IEEE 802.7) and Ethernet.
 11            To compile as a module, choose M. The module name is lcs.
 12            If you do not know what it is, it's safe to choose Y.
 13 
 14 config CTCM
 15         def_tristate m
 16         prompt "CTC and MPC SNA device support"
 17         depends on CCW && NETDEVICES
 18         help
 19           Select this option if you want to use channel-to-channel
 20           point-to-point networking on IBM System z.
 21           This device driver supports real CTC coupling using ESCON.
 22           It also supports virtual CTCs when running under VM.
 23           This driver also supports channel-to-channel MPC SNA devices.
 24           MPC is an SNA protocol device used by Communication Server for Linux.
 25           To compile as a module, choose M. The module name is ctcm.
 26           To compile into the kernel, choose Y.
 27           If you do not need any channel-to-channel connection, choose N.
 28 
 29 config NETIUCV
 30         def_tristate m
 31         prompt "IUCV network device support (VM only)"
 32         depends on IUCV && NETDEVICES
 33         help
 34           Select this option if you want to use inter-user communication
 35           vehicle networking under VM or VIF. It enables a fast communication
 36           link between VM guests. Using ifconfig a point-to-point connection
 37           can be established to the Linux on IBM System z
 38           running on the other VM guest. To compile as a module, choose M.
 39           The module name is netiucv. If unsure, choose Y.
 40 
 41 config SMSGIUCV
 42         def_tristate m
 43         prompt "IUCV special message support (VM only)"
 44         depends on IUCV
 45         help
 46           Select this option if you want to be able to receive SMSG messages
 47           from other VM guest systems.
 48 
 49 config SMSGIUCV_EVENT
 50         def_tristate m
 51         prompt "Deliver IUCV special messages as uevents (VM only)"
 52         depends on SMSGIUCV
 53         help
 54           Select this option to deliver CP special messages (SMSGs) as
 55           uevents.  The driver handles only those special messages that
 56           start with "APP".
 57 
 58           To compile as a module, choose M. The module name is "smsgiucv_app".
 59 
 60 config CLAW
 61         def_tristate m
 62         prompt "CLAW device support"
 63         depends on CCW && NETDEVICES
 64         help
 65           This driver supports channel attached CLAW devices.
 66           CLAW is Common Link Access for Workstation.  Common devices
 67           that use CLAW are RS/6000s, Cisco Routers (CIP) and 3172 devices.
 68           To compile as a module, choose M. The module name is claw.
 69           To compile into the kernel, choose Y.
 70 
 71 config QETH
 72         def_tristate y
 73         prompt "Gigabit Ethernet device support"
 74         depends on CCW && NETDEVICES && IP_MULTICAST && QDIO
 75         help
 76           This driver supports the IBM System z OSA Express adapters
 77           in QDIO mode (all media types), HiperSockets interfaces and z/VM
 78           virtual NICs for Guest LAN and VSWITCH.
 79         
 80           For details please refer to the documentation provided by IBM at
 81           <http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/linux/linux390>
 82 
 83           To compile this driver as a module, choose M.
 84           The module name is qeth.
 85 
 86 config QETH_L2
 87         def_tristate y
 88         prompt "qeth layer 2 device support"
 89         depends on QETH
 90         help
 91           Select this option to be able to run qeth devices in layer 2 mode.
 92           To compile as a module, choose M. The module name is qeth_l2.
 93           If unsure, choose y.
 94 
 95 config QETH_L3
 96         def_tristate y
 97         prompt "qeth layer 3 device support"
 98         depends on QETH
 99         help
100           Select this option to be able to run qeth devices in layer 3 mode.
101           To compile as a module choose M. The module name is qeth_l3.
102           If unsure, choose Y.
103 
104 config QETH_IPV6
105         def_bool y if (QETH_L3 = IPV6) || (QETH_L3 && IPV6 = 'y')
106 
107 config CCWGROUP
108         tristate
109         default (LCS || CTCM || QETH || CLAW)
110 
111 endmenu

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