Patchwork [09/11] benet: hardware host interface header files

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Submitter Sathya Perla
Date Dec. 9, 2008, 2:20 p.m.
Message ID <1228832456.6435.102.camel@sperla-laptop>
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Permalink /patch/12957/
State Changes Requested
Delegated to: David Miller
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Sathya Perla - Dec. 9, 2008, 2:20 p.m.
Signed-off-by: Sathya Perla <sathyap@serverengines.com>
---
 drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_common_bmap.h |  717 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_eth_bmap.h    |  280 +++++++++++++
 drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_opcodes.h     |  244 +++++++++++
 3 files changed, 1241 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)
 create mode 100644 drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_common_bmap.h
 create mode 100644 drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_eth_bmap.h
 create mode 100644 drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_opcodes.h

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diff --git a/drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_common_bmap.h b/drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_common_bmap.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..a007cf2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_common_bmap.h
@@ -0,0 +1,717 @@ 
+/*
+ * Copyright (C) 2005 - 2008 ServerEngines
+ * 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.  The full GNU General
+ * Public License is included in this distribution in the file called COPYING.
+ *
+ * Contact Information:
+ * linux-drivers@serverengines.com
+ *
+ * ServerEngines
+ * 209 N. Fair Oaks Ave
+ * Sunnyvale, CA 94085
+ */
+/*
+ * Autogenerated by srcgen version: 0127
+ */
+#ifndef __fwcmd_common_bmap_h__
+#define __fwcmd_common_bmap_h__
+#include "fwcmd_types_bmap.h"
+#include "fwcmd_hdr_bmap.h"
+
+#if defined(__BIG_ENDIAN)
+   /* Physical Address. */
+struct PHYS_ADDR {
+	union {
+		struct {
+			u32 lo;	/* DWORD 0 */
+			u32 hi;	/* DWORD 1 */
+		} __packed;	/* unnamed struct */
+		u32 dw[2];	/* dword union */
+	};			/* unnamed union */
+} __packed ;
+
+
+#else
+   /* Physical Address. */
+struct PHYS_ADDR {
+	union {
+		struct {
+			u32 lo;	/* DWORD 0 */
+			u32 hi;	/* DWORD 1 */
+		} __packed;	/* unnamed struct */
+		u32 dw[2];	/* dword union */
+	};			/* unnamed union */
+} __packed ;
+
+struct BE_LINK_STATUS {
+	u8 mac0_duplex;
+	u8 mac0_speed;
+	u8 mac1_duplex;
+	u8 mac1_speed;
+	u8 mgmt_mac_duplex;
+	u8 mgmt_mac_speed;
+	u8 active_port;
+	u8 rsvd0;
+	u8 mac0_fault;
+	u8 mac1_fault;
+	u16 rsvd1;
+} __packed;
+#endif
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_170_REQUEST {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+union LINK_STATUS_QUERY_PARAMS {
+	struct BE_LINK_STATUS response;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_170_REQUEST request;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  Queries the the link status for all ports.  The valid values below
+ *  DO NOT indicate that  a particular duplex or speed is supported by
+ *  BladeEngine. These enumerations simply  list all possible duplexes
+ *  and speeds for any port. Consult BladeEngine product  documentation
+ *  for the supported parameters.
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_NTWK_LINK_STATUS_QUERY {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union LINK_STATUS_QUERY_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_171_REQUEST {
+	u8 type;
+	u8 port;
+	u8 mac1;
+	u8 permanent;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_172_RESPONSE {
+	struct MAC_ADDRESS_FORMAT mac;
+} __packed;
+
+union NTWK_MAC_QUERY_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_171_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_172_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+
+/* Queries one MAC address.  */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_NTWK_MAC_QUERY {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union NTWK_MAC_QUERY_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct MAC_SET_PARAMS_IN {
+	u8 type;
+	u8 port;
+	u8 mac1;
+	u8 invalidate;
+	struct MAC_ADDRESS_FORMAT mac;
+} __packed;
+
+struct MAC_SET_PARAMS_OUT {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+union MAC_SET_PARAMS {
+	struct MAC_SET_PARAMS_IN request;
+	struct MAC_SET_PARAMS_OUT response;
+} __packed;
+
+/* Sets a MAC address.  */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_NTWK_MAC_SET {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union MAC_SET_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+/* MAC address list. */
+struct NTWK_MULTICAST_MAC_LIST {
+	u8 byte[6];
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_NTWK_MULTICAST_SET_REQUEST_PAYLOAD {
+	u16 num_mac;
+	u8 promiscuous;
+	u8 rsvd0;
+	struct NTWK_MULTICAST_MAC_LIST mac[32];
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_174_RESPONSE {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_173_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_NTWK_MULTICAST_SET_REQUEST_PAYLOAD request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_174_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  Sets multicast address hash. The MPU will merge the MAC address lists
+ *  from all clients,  including the networking and storage functions.
+ *  This command may fail if the final merged  list of MAC addresses exceeds
+ *  32 entries.
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_NTWK_MULTICAST_SET {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_173_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_NTWK_VLAN_CONFIG_REQUEST_PAYLOAD {
+	u16 num_vlan;
+	u8 promiscuous;
+	u8 rsvd0;
+	u16 vlan_tag[32];
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_176_RESPONSE {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_175_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_NTWK_VLAN_CONFIG_REQUEST_PAYLOAD request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_176_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  Sets VLAN tag filter. The MPU will merge the VLAN tag list from all
+ *  clients, including  the networking and storage functions. This command
+ *  may fail if the final vlan_tag array  (from all functions) is longer
+ *  than 32 entries.
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_NTWK_VLAN_CONFIG {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_175_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct RING_DESTROY_REQUEST {
+	u16 ring_type;
+	u16 id;
+	u8 bypass_flush;
+	u8 rsvd0;
+	u16 rsvd1;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_190_RESPONSE {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_189_PARAMS {
+	struct RING_DESTROY_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_190_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+/*
+ *  Command for destroying any ring. The connection(s) using the ring should
+ *  be quiesced  before destroying the ring.
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_RING_DESTROY {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_189_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_192_REQUEST {
+	u16 num_pages;
+	u16 rsvd0;
+	struct CQ_CONTEXT_AMAP context;
+	struct PHYS_ADDR pages[4];
+} __packed ;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_193_RESPONSE {
+	u16 cq_id;
+} __packed ;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_191_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_192_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_193_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed ;
+
+/*
+ *  Command for creating a completion queue. A Completion Queue must span
+ *  at least 1 page and  at most 4 pages. Each completion queue entry
+ *  is 16 bytes regardless of CQ entry format.  Thus the ring must be
+ *  at least 256 entries deep (corresponding to 1 page) and can be at
+ *   most 1024 entries deep (corresponding to 4 pages). The number of
+ *  pages posted must  contain the CQ ring size as encoded in the context.
+ *
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_CQ_CREATE {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_191_PARAMS params;
+} __packed ;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_198_REQUEST {
+	u16 num_pages;
+	u16 rsvd0;
+	struct EQ_CONTEXT_AMAP context;
+	struct PHYS_ADDR pages[8];
+} __packed ;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_199_RESPONSE {
+	u16 eq_id;
+} __packed ;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_197_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_198_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_199_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed ;
+
+/*
+ *  Command for creating a event queue. An Event Queue must span at least
+ *  1 page and at most  8 pages. The number of pages posted must contain
+ *  the EQ ring. The ring is defined by  the size of the EQ entries (encoded
+ *  in the context) and the number of EQ entries (also  encoded in the
+ *  context).
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_EQ_CREATE {
+	union  FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_197_PARAMS params;
+} __packed ;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_201_REQUEST {
+	u16 cq_id;
+	u16 bcmc_cq_id;
+	u16 num_pages;
+	u16 rsvd0;
+	struct PHYS_ADDR pages[2];
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_202_RESPONSE {
+	u16 id;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_200_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_201_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_202_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  Command for creating Ethernet receive ring.  An ERX ring contains ETH_RX_D
+ *  entries (8  bytes each). An ERX ring must be 1024 entries deep
+ *  (corresponding to 2 pages).
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ETH_RX_CREATE {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_200_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_204_REQUEST {
+	u16 num_pages;
+	u8 ulp_num;
+	u8 type;
+	struct ETX_CONTEXT_AMAP context;
+	struct PHYS_ADDR pages[8];
+} __packed ;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_205_RESPONSE {
+	u16 cid;
+	u8 ulp_num;
+	u8 rsvd0;
+} __packed ;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_203_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_204_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_205_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed ;
+
+/*
+ *  Command for creating an Ethernet transmit ring.  An ETX ring contains
+ *  ETH_WRB entries (16  bytes each). An ETX ring must be at least 256
+ *  entries deep (corresponding to 1 page)  and at most 2k entries deep
+ *  (corresponding to 8 pages).
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ETH_TX_CREATE {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_203_PARAMS params;
+} __packed ;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_222_REQUEST {
+	u16 num_pages;
+	u16 rsvd0;
+	struct MCC_RING_CONTEXT_AMAP context;
+	struct PHYS_ADDR pages[8];
+} __packed ;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_223_RESPONSE {
+	u16 id;
+} __packed ;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_221_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_222_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_223_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed ;
+
+/*
+ *  Command for creating the MCC ring. An MCC ring must be at least 16
+ *  entries deep  (corresponding to 1 page) and at most 128 entries deep
+ *  (corresponding to 8 pages).
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_MCC_CREATE {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_221_PARAMS params;
+} __packed ;
+
+struct GET_QOS_IN {
+	u32 qos_params_rsvd;
+} __packed;
+
+struct GET_QOS_OUT {
+	u32 max_bits_per_second_NIC;
+	u32 max_packets_per_second_NIC;
+	u32 max_ios_per_second_iSCSI;
+	u32 max_bytes_per_second_iSCSI;
+	u16 domain_VLAN_tag;
+	u16 fabric_domain_ID;
+	u32 qos_params_oem[4];
+} __packed;
+
+union GET_QOS_PARAMS {
+	struct GET_QOS_IN request;
+	struct GET_QOS_OUT response;
+} __packed;
+
+/* QOS/Bandwidth settings per domain. Applicable only in VMs.  */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_GET_QOS {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union GET_QOS_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct SET_QOS_IN {
+	u32 valid_flags;
+	u32 max_bits_per_second_NIC;
+	u32 max_packets_per_second_NIC;
+	u32 max_ios_per_second_iSCSI;
+	u32 max_bytes_per_second_iSCSI;
+	u16 domain_VLAN_tag;
+	u16 fabric_domain_ID;
+	u32 qos_params_oem[4];
+} __packed;
+
+struct SET_QOS_OUT {
+	u32 qos_params_rsvd;
+} __packed;
+
+union SET_QOS_PARAMS {
+	struct SET_QOS_IN request;
+	struct SET_QOS_OUT response;
+} __packed;
+
+/* QOS/Bandwidth settings per domain. Applicable only in VMs.  */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_SET_QOS {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union SET_QOS_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct SET_FRAME_SIZE_IN {
+	u32 max_tx_frame_size;
+	u32 max_rx_frame_size;
+} __packed;
+
+struct SET_FRAME_SIZE_OUT {
+	u32 chip_max_tx_frame_size;
+	u32 chip_max_rx_frame_size;
+} __packed;
+
+union SET_FRAME_SIZE_PARAMS {
+	struct SET_FRAME_SIZE_IN request;
+	struct SET_FRAME_SIZE_OUT response;
+} __packed;
+
+/* Set frame size command. Only host domain may issue this command.  */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_SET_FRAME_SIZE {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union SET_FRAME_SIZE_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FORCE_FAILOVER_IN {
+	u32 move_to_port;
+	u32 failover_config;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_231_RESPONSE {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_230_PARAMS {
+	struct FORCE_FAILOVER_IN request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_231_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  Use this command to control failover in BladeEngine. It may be used
+ *  to failback to a  restored port or to forcibly move traffic from
+ *  one port to another. It may also be used  to enable or disable the
+ *  automatic failover feature. This command can only be issued by  domain
+ *  0.
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_FORCE_FAILOVER {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_230_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_240_REQUEST {
+	u64 context;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_241_RESPONSE {
+	u64 context;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_239_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_240_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_241_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  This command can be used by clients as a no-operation request. Typical
+ *  uses for drivers  are as a heartbeat mechanism, or deferred processing
+ *  catalyst. The ARM will always  complete this command with a good completion.
+ *  The 64-bit parameter is not touched by the  ARM processor.
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_NOP {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_239_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct NTWK_RX_FILTER_SETTINGS {
+	u8 promiscuous;
+	u8 ip_cksum;
+	u8 tcp_cksum;
+	u8 udp_cksum;
+	u8 pass_err;
+	u8 pass_ckerr;
+	u8 strip_crc;
+	u8 mcast_en;
+	u8 bcast_en;
+	u8 mcast_promiscuous_en;
+	u8 unicast_en;
+	u8 vlan_promiscuous;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_242_PARAMS {
+	struct NTWK_RX_FILTER_SETTINGS request;
+	struct NTWK_RX_FILTER_SETTINGS response;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  This command is used to modify the ethernet receive filter configuration.
+ *  Only domain 0  network function drivers may issue this command. The
+ *  applied configuration is returned in  the response payload. Note:
+ *  Some receive packet filter settings are global on  BladeEngine and
+ *  can affect both the storage and network function clients that the
+ *   BladeEngine hardware and firmware serve. Additionaly, depending
+ *  on the revision of  BladeEngine, some ethernet receive filter settings
+ *  are dependent on others. If a  dependency exists between settings
+ *  for the BladeEngine revision, and the command request  settings do
+ *  not meet the dependency requirement, the invalid settings will not
+ *  be  applied despite the comand succeeding. For example: a driver may
+ *  request to enable  broadcast packets, but not enable multicast packets.
+ *  On early revisions of BladeEngine,  there may be no distinction between
+ *  broadcast and multicast filters, so broadcast could  not be enabled
+ *  without enabling multicast. In this scenario, the comand would still
+ *   succeed, but the response payload would indicate the previously
+ *  configured broadcast  and multicast setting.
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_NTWK_RX_FILTER {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_242_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_244_REQUEST {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_GET_FW_VERSION_RESPONSE_PAYLOAD {
+	u8 firmware_version_string[32];
+	u8 fw_on_flash_version_string[32];
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_243_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_244_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_GET_FW_VERSION_RESPONSE_PAYLOAD response;
+} __packed;
+
+/* This comand retrieves the firmware version.  */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_GET_FW_VERSION {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_243_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_246_REQUEST {
+	u16 tx_flow_control;
+	u16 rx_flow_control;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_247_RESPONSE {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_245_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_246_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_247_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  This comand is used to program BladeEngine flow control behavior.
+ *  Only the host  networking driver is allowed to use this comand.
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_SET_FLOW_CONTROL {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_245_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_249_REQUEST {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_250_RESPONSE {
+	u16 tx_flow_control;
+	u16 rx_flow_control;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_248_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_249_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_250_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+
+/* This comand is used to read BladeEngine flow control settings.  */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_GET_FLOW_CONTROL {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_248_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct EQ_DELAY_PARAMS {
+	u32 eq_id;
+	u32 delay_in_microseconds;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_257_REQUEST {
+	u32 num_eq;
+	u32 rsvd0;
+	struct EQ_DELAY_PARAMS delay[16];
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_258_RESPONSE {
+	u32 delay_resolution_in_microseconds;
+	u32 delay_max_in_microseconds;
+} __packed;
+
+union MODIFY_EQ_DELAY_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_257_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_258_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+
+/* This comand changes the EQ delay for a given set of EQs.  */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_MODIFY_EQ_DELAY {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union MODIFY_EQ_DELAY_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_260_REQUEST {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+struct BE_FIRMWARE_CONFIG {
+	u16 be_config_number;
+	u16 asic_revision;
+	u32 nic_ulp_mask;
+	u32 tulp_mask;
+	u32 iscsi_ulp_mask;
+	u32 rdma_ulp_mask;
+	u32 rsvd0[4];
+	u32 eth_tx_id_start;
+	u32 eth_tx_id_count;
+	u32 eth_rx_id_start;
+	u32 eth_rx_id_count;
+	u32 tpm_wrbq_id_start;
+	u32 tpm_wrbq_id_count;
+	u32 tpm_defq_id_start;
+	u32 tpm_defq_id_count;
+	u32 iscsi_wrbq_id_start;
+	u32 iscsi_wrbq_id_count;
+	u32 iscsi_defq_id_start;
+	u32 iscsi_defq_id_count;
+	u32 rdma_qp_id_start;
+	u32 rdma_qp_id_count;
+	u32 rsvd1[8];
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_259_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_260_REQUEST request;
+	struct BE_FIRMWARE_CONFIG response;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  This comand queries the current firmware configuration parameters.
+ *   The static  configuration type is defined by be_config_number. This
+ *  differentiates different  BladeEngine builds, such as iSCSI Initiator
+ *  versus iSCSI Target.  For a given static  configuration, the Upper
+ *  Layer Protocol (ULP) processors may be reconfigured to support  different
+ *  protocols. Each ULP processor supports one or more protocols. The
+ *  masks  indicate which processors are configured for each protocol.
+ *   For a given static  configuration, the number of TCP connections
+ *  supported for each protocol may vary. The  *_id_start and *_id_count
+ *  variables define a linear range of IDs that are available for  each
+ *  supported protocol. The *_id_count may be used by the driver to allocate
+ *  the  appropriate number of connection resources. The *_id_start may
+ *  be used to map the  arbitrary range of IDs to a zero-based range
+ *  of indices.
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_FIRMWARE_CONFIG {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_259_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_PORT_EQUALIZATION_PARAMS {
+	u32 emph_lev_sel_port0;
+	u32 emph_lev_sel_port1;
+	u8 xaui_vo_sel;
+	u8 xaui_state;
+	u16 rsvd0;
+	u32 xaui_eq_vector;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_262_REQUEST {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_261_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_262_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_PORT_EQUALIZATION_PARAMS response;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  This comand can be used to read XAUI equalization parameters. The
+ *  ARM firmware applies  default equalization parameters during initialization.
+ *  These parameters may be  customer-specific when derived from the
+ *  SEEPROM. See SEEPROM_DATA for equalization  specific fields.
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_GET_PORT_EQUALIZATION {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_261_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_264_RESPONSE {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_263_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_PORT_EQUALIZATION_PARAMS request;
+	struct FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_264_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  This comand can be used to set XAUI equalization parameters. The ARM
+ *  firmware applies  default equalization parameters during initialization.
+ *  These parameters may be  customer-specific when derived from the
+ *  SEEPROM. See SEEPROM_DATA for equalization  specific fields.
+ */
+struct FWCMD_COMMON_SET_PORT_EQUALIZATION {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_COMMON_ANON_263_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+#endif /* __fwcmd_common_bmap_h__ */
diff --git a/drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_eth_bmap.h b/drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_eth_bmap.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..234b179
--- /dev/null
+++ b/drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_eth_bmap.h
@@ -0,0 +1,280 @@ 
+/*
+ * Copyright (C) 2005 - 2008 ServerEngines
+ * 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.  The full GNU General
+ * Public License is included in this distribution in the file called COPYING.
+ *
+ * Contact Information:
+ * linux-drivers@serverengines.com
+ *
+ * ServerEngines
+ * 209 N. Fair Oaks Ave
+ * Sunnyvale, CA 94085
+ */
+/*
+ * Autogenerated by srcgen version: 0127
+ */
+#ifndef __fwcmd_eth_bmap_h__
+#define __fwcmd_eth_bmap_h__
+#include "fwcmd_hdr_bmap.h"
+#include "fwcmd_types_bmap.h"
+
+struct MIB_ETH_STATISTICS_PARAMS_IN {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+struct BE_RXF_STATS {
+	u32 p0recvdtotalbytesLSD;	/* DWORD 0 */
+	u32 p0recvdtotalbytesMSD;	/* DWORD 1 */
+	u32 p0recvdtotalframes;	/* DWORD 2 */
+	u32 p0recvdunicastframes;	/* DWORD 3 */
+	u32 p0recvdmulticastframes;	/* DWORD 4 */
+	u32 p0recvdbroadcastframes;	/* DWORD 5 */
+	u32 p0crcerrors;	/* DWORD 6 */
+	u32 p0alignmentsymerrs;	/* DWORD 7 */
+	u32 p0pauseframesrecvd;	/* DWORD 8 */
+	u32 p0controlframesrecvd;	/* DWORD 9 */
+	u32 p0inrangelenerrors;	/* DWORD 10 */
+	u32 p0outrangeerrors;	/* DWORD 11 */
+	u32 p0frametoolongerrors;	/* DWORD 12 */
+	u32 p0droppedaddressmatch;	/* DWORD 13 */
+	u32 p0droppedvlanmismatch;	/* DWORD 14 */
+	u32 p0ipdroppedtoosmall;	/* DWORD 15 */
+	u32 p0ipdroppedtooshort;	/* DWORD 16 */
+	u32 p0ipdroppedhdrtoosmall;	/* DWORD 17 */
+	u32 p0tcpdroppedlen;	/* DWORD 18 */
+	u32 p0droppedrunt;	/* DWORD 19 */
+	u32 p0recvd64;		/* DWORD 20 */
+	u32 p0recvd65_127;	/* DWORD 21 */
+	u32 p0recvd128_256;	/* DWORD 22 */
+	u32 p0recvd256_511;	/* DWORD 23 */
+	u32 p0recvd512_1023;	/* DWORD 24 */
+	u32 p0recvd1518_1522;	/* DWORD 25 */
+	u32 p0recvd1522_2047;	/* DWORD 26 */
+	u32 p0recvd2048_4095;	/* DWORD 27 */
+	u32 p0recvd4096_8191;	/* DWORD 28 */
+	u32 p0recvd8192_9216;	/* DWORD 29 */
+	u32 p0rcvdipcksmerrs;	/* DWORD 30 */
+	u32 p0recvdtcpcksmerrs;	/* DWORD 31 */
+	u32 p0recvdudpcksmerrs;	/* DWORD 32 */
+	u32 p0recvdnonrsspackets;	/* DWORD 33 */
+	u32 p0recvdippackets;	/* DWORD 34 */
+	u32 p0recvdchute1packets;	/* DWORD 35 */
+	u32 p0recvdchute2packets;	/* DWORD 36 */
+	u32 p0recvdchute3packets;	/* DWORD 37 */
+	u32 p0recvdipsecpackets;	/* DWORD 38 */
+	u32 p0recvdmanagementpackets;	/* DWORD 39 */
+	u32 p0xmitbyteslsd;	/* DWORD 40 */
+	u32 p0xmitbytesmsd;	/* DWORD 41 */
+	u32 p0xmitunicastframes;	/* DWORD 42 */
+	u32 p0xmitmulticastframes;	/* DWORD 43 */
+	u32 p0xmitbroadcastframes;	/* DWORD 44 */
+	u32 p0xmitpauseframes;	/* DWORD 45 */
+	u32 p0xmitcontrolframes;	/* DWORD 46 */
+	u32 p0xmit64;		/* DWORD 47 */
+	u32 p0xmit65_127;	/* DWORD 48 */
+	u32 p0xmit128_256;	/* DWORD 49 */
+	u32 p0xmit256_511;	/* DWORD 50 */
+	u32 p0xmit512_1023;	/* DWORD 51 */
+	u32 p0xmit1518_1522;	/* DWORD 52 */
+	u32 p0xmit1522_2047;	/* DWORD 53 */
+	u32 p0xmit2048_4095;	/* DWORD 54 */
+	u32 p0xmit4096_8191;	/* DWORD 55 */
+	u32 p0xmit8192_9216;	/* DWORD 56 */
+	u32 p0rxfifooverflowdropped;	/* DWORD 57 */
+	u32 p0ipseclookupfaileddropped;	/* DWORD 58 */
+	u32 p1recvdtotalbytesLSD;	/* DWORD 59 */
+	u32 p1recvdtotalbytesMSD;	/* DWORD 60 */
+	u32 p1recvdtotalframes;	/* DWORD 61 */
+	u32 p1recvdunicastframes;	/* DWORD 62 */
+	u32 p1recvdmulticastframes;	/* DWORD 63 */
+	u32 p1recvdbroadcastframes;	/* DWORD 64 */
+	u32 p1crcerrors;	/* DWORD 65 */
+	u32 p1alignmentsymerrs;	/* DWORD 66 */
+	u32 p1pauseframesrecvd;	/* DWORD 67 */
+	u32 p1controlframesrecvd;	/* DWORD 68 */
+	u32 p1inrangelenerrors;	/* DWORD 69 */
+	u32 p1outrangeerrors;	/* DWORD 70 */
+	u32 p1frametoolongerrors;	/* DWORD 71 */
+	u32 p1droppedaddressmatch;	/* DWORD 72 */
+	u32 p1droppedvlanmismatch;	/* DWORD 73 */
+	u32 p1ipdroppedtoosmall;	/* DWORD 74 */
+	u32 p1ipdroppedtooshort;	/* DWORD 75 */
+	u32 p1ipdroppedhdrtoosmall;	/* DWORD 76 */
+	u32 p1tcpdroppedlen;	/* DWORD 77 */
+	u32 p1droppedrunt;	/* DWORD 78 */
+	u32 p1recvd64;		/* DWORD 79 */
+	u32 p1recvd65_127;	/* DWORD 80 */
+	u32 p1recvd128_256;	/* DWORD 81 */
+	u32 p1recvd256_511;	/* DWORD 82 */
+	u32 p1recvd512_1023;	/* DWORD 83 */
+	u32 p1recvd1518_1522;	/* DWORD 84 */
+	u32 p1recvd1522_2047;	/* DWORD 85 */
+	u32 p1recvd2048_4095;	/* DWORD 86 */
+	u32 p1recvd4096_8191;	/* DWORD 87 */
+	u32 p1recvd8192_9216;	/* DWORD 88 */
+	u32 p1rcvdipcksmerrs;	/* DWORD 89 */
+	u32 p1recvdtcpcksmerrs;	/* DWORD 90 */
+	u32 p1recvdudpcksmerrs;	/* DWORD 91 */
+	u32 p1recvdnonrsspackets;	/* DWORD 92 */
+	u32 p1recvdippackets;	/* DWORD 93 */
+	u32 p1recvdchute1packets;	/* DWORD 94 */
+	u32 p1recvdchute2packets;	/* DWORD 95 */
+	u32 p1recvdchute3packets;	/* DWORD 96 */
+	u32 p1recvdipsecpackets;	/* DWORD 97 */
+	u32 p1recvdmanagementpackets;	/* DWORD 98 */
+	u32 p1xmitbyteslsd;	/* DWORD 99 */
+	u32 p1xmitbytesmsd;	/* DWORD 100 */
+	u32 p1xmitunicastframes;	/* DWORD 101 */
+	u32 p1xmitmulticastframes;	/* DWORD 102 */
+	u32 p1xmitbroadcastframes;	/* DWORD 103 */
+	u32 p1xmitpauseframes;	/* DWORD 104 */
+	u32 p1xmitcontrolframes;	/* DWORD 105 */
+	u32 p1xmit64;		/* DWORD 106 */
+	u32 p1xmit65_127;	/* DWORD 107 */
+	u32 p1xmit128_256;	/* DWORD 108 */
+	u32 p1xmit256_511;	/* DWORD 109 */
+	u32 p1xmit512_1023;	/* DWORD 110 */
+	u32 p1xmit1518_1522;	/* DWORD 111 */
+	u32 p1xmit1522_2047;	/* DWORD 112 */
+	u32 p1xmit2048_4095;	/* DWORD 113 */
+	u32 p1xmit4096_8191;	/* DWORD 114 */
+	u32 p1xmit8192_9216;	/* DWORD 115 */
+	u32 p1rxfifooverflowdropped;	/* DWORD 116 */
+	u32 p1ipseclookupfaileddropped;	/* DWORD 117 */
+	u32 pxdroppednopbuf;	/* DWORD 118 */
+	u32 pxdroppednotxpb;	/* DWORD 119 */
+	u32 pxdroppednoipsecbuf;	/* DWORD 120 */
+	u32 pxdroppednoerxdescr;	/* DWORD 121 */
+	u32 pxdroppednotpredescr;	/* DWORD 122 */
+	u32 pxrecvdmanagementportpackets;	/* DWORD 123 */
+	u32 pxrecvdmanagementportbytes;	/* DWORD 124 */
+	u32 pxrecvdmanagementportpauseframes;	/* DWORD 125 */
+	u32 pxrecvdmanagementporterrors;	/* DWORD 126 */
+	u32 pxxmitmanagementportpackets;	/* DWORD 127 */
+	u32 pxxmitmanagementportbytes;	/* DWORD 128 */
+	u32 pxxmitmanagementportpause;	/* DWORD 129 */
+	u32 pxxmitmanagementportrxfifooverflow;	/* DWORD 130 */
+	u32 pxrecvdipsecipcksmerrs;	/* DWORD 131 */
+	u32 pxrecvdtcpsecipcksmerrs;	/* DWORD 132 */
+	u32 pxrecvdudpsecipcksmerrs;	/* DWORD 133 */
+	u32 pxipsecrunt;	/* DWORD 134 */
+	u32 pxipsecaddressmismatchdropped;	/* DWORD 135 */
+	u32 pxipsecrxfifooverflowdropped;	/* DWORD 136 */
+	u32 pxipsecframestoolong;	/* DWORD 137 */
+	u32 pxipsectotalipframes;	/* DWORD 138 */
+	u32 pxipseciptoosmall;	/* DWORD 139 */
+	u32 pxipseciptooshort;	/* DWORD 140 */
+	u32 pxipseciphdrtoosmall;	/* DWORD 141 */
+	u32 pxipsectcphdrbad;	/* DWORD 142 */
+	u32 pxrecvdipsecchute1;	/* DWORD 143 */
+	u32 pxrecvdipsecchute2;	/* DWORD 144 */
+	u32 pxrecvdipsecchute3;	/* DWORD 145 */
+	u32 pxdropped7frags;	/* DWORD 146 */
+	u32 pxdroppedfrags;	/* DWORD 147 */
+	u32 pxdroppedinvalidfragring;	/* DWORD 148 */
+	u32 pxnumforwardedpackets;	/* DWORD 149 */
+} __packed;
+
+union MIB_ETH_STATISTICS_PARAMS {
+	struct MIB_ETH_STATISTICS_PARAMS_IN request;
+	struct BE_RXF_STATS response;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  Query ethernet statistics. All domains may issue this command. The
+ *  host domain drivers  may optionally reset internal statistic counters
+ *  with a query.
+ */
+struct FWCMD_ETH_GET_STATISTICS {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union MIB_ETH_STATISTICS_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+
+struct FWCMD_ETH_ANON_175_REQUEST {
+	u8 port0_promiscuous;
+	u8 port1_promiscuous;
+	u16 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_ETH_ANON_176_RESPONSE {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_ETH_ANON_174_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_ETH_ANON_175_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_ETH_ANON_176_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+
+/* Enables/Disables promiscuous ethernet receive mode.  */
+struct FWCMD_ETH_PROMISCUOUS {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_ETH_ANON_174_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_ETH_ANON_178_REQUEST {
+	u32 new_fragsize_log2;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_ETH_ANON_179_RESPONSE {
+	u32 actual_fragsize_log2;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_ETH_ANON_177_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_ETH_ANON_178_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_ETH_ANON_179_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  Sets the Ethernet RX fragment size. Only host (domain 0) networking
+ *  drivers may issue  this command.  This call will fail for non-host
+ *  protection domains. In this situation the  MCC CQ status will indicate
+ *  a failure due to insufficient priviledges. The response  should be
+ *  ignored, and the driver should use the FWCMD_ETH_GET_FRAG_SIZE to
+ *  query the  existing ethernet receive fragment size. It must use this
+ *  fragment size for all  fragments in the ethernet receive ring.  If
+ *  the command succeeds, the driver must use the  frag size indicated
+ *  in the command response since the requested frag size may not be  applied
+ *  until the next reboot. When the requested fragsize matches the response
+ *   fragsize, this indicates the request was applied immediately.
+ */
+struct FWCMD_ETH_SET_RX_FRAG_SIZE {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_ETH_ANON_177_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_ETH_ANON_181_REQUEST {
+	u32 rsvd0;
+} __packed;
+
+struct FWCMD_ETH_ANON_182_RESPONSE {
+	u32 actual_fragsize_log2;
+} __packed;
+
+union FWCMD_ETH_ANON_180_PARAMS {
+	struct FWCMD_ETH_ANON_181_REQUEST request;
+	struct FWCMD_ETH_ANON_182_RESPONSE response;
+} __packed;
+
+/*
+ *  Queries the Ethernet RX fragment size. All domains may issue this
+ *  command.  The driver  should call this command to determine the minimum
+ *  required fragment size for the ethernet  RX ring buffers. Drivers
+ *  may choose to use a larger size for each fragment buffer, but  BladeEngine
+ *  will use up to the configured minimum required fragsize in each ethernet
+ *   receive fragment buffer. For example, if the ethernet receive fragment
+ *  size is  configured to 4kB, and a driver uses 8kB fragments, a 6kB
+ *  ethernet packet received by  BladeEngine will be split accross two
+ *  of the driver's receive framgents (4kB in one  fragment buffer, and
+ *  2kB in the subsequent fragment buffer).
+ */
+struct FWCMD_ETH_GET_RX_FRAG_SIZE {
+	union FWCMD_HEADER header;
+	union FWCMD_ETH_ANON_180_PARAMS params;
+} __packed;
+
+#endif /* __fwcmd_eth_bmap_h__ */
diff --git a/drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_opcodes.h b/drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_opcodes.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..23d5693
--- /dev/null
+++ b/drivers/net/benet/fwcmd_opcodes.h
@@ -0,0 +1,244 @@ 
+/*
+ * Copyright (C) 2005 - 2008 ServerEngines
+ * 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.  The full GNU General
+ * Public License is included in this distribution in the file called COPYING.
+ *
+ * Contact Information:
+ * linux-drivers@serverengines.com
+ *
+ * ServerEngines
+ * 209 N. Fair Oaks Ave
+ * Sunnyvale, CA 94085
+ */
+/*
+ * Autogenerated by srcgen version: 0127
+ */
+#ifndef __fwcmd_opcodes_amap_h__
+#define __fwcmd_opcodes_amap_h__
+
+/*
+ * --- FWCMD_SUBSYSTEMS ---
+ * The commands are grouped into the following subsystems. The subsystem
+ * code along with the opcode uniquely identify a particular fwcmd.
+ */
+#define FWCMD_SUBSYSTEM_RSVD  (0)	/* This subsystem is reserved. It is */
+						  /* never used. */
+#define FWCMD_SUBSYSTEM_COMMON (1)	/* CMDs in this group are common to
+					* all subsystems. See
+					* COMMON_SUBSYSTEM_OPCODES for opcodes
+					* and Common Host Configuration CMDs
+					* for the FWCMD descriptions.
+					*/
+#define FWCMD_SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_ISCSI    (2) /* CMDs in this group are */
+					/*
+					* common to Initiator and Target. See
+					* COMMON_ISCSI_SUBSYSTEM_OPCODES and
+					* Common iSCSI Initiator and Target
+					* CMDs for the command descriptions.
+					*/
+#define FWCMD_SUBSYSTEM_ETH             (3)	/* This subsystem is used to
+						execute  Ethernet commands.  */
+
+#define FWCMD_SUBSYSTEM_TPM             (4)	/* This subsystem is used
+						 to execute TPM  commands.  */
+#define FWCMD_SUBSYSTEM_PXE_UNDI        (5)	/* This subsystem is used
+						* to execute PXE
+						* and UNDI specific commands.
+						*/
+
+#define FWCMD_SUBSYSTEM_ISCSI_INI       (6)	/* This subsystem is used to
+						execute ISCSI Initiator
+						specific commands.
+						*/
+#define FWCMD_SUBSYSTEM_ISCSI_TGT       (7)	/* This subsystem is used
+						to execute iSCSI Target
+						specific commands.between
+						PTL and ARM firmware.
+						*/
+#define FWCMD_SUBSYSTEM_MILI_PTL        (8)	/* This subsystem is used to
+						execute iSCSI Target specific
+						commands.between MILI
+						and PTL.  */
+#define FWCMD_SUBSYSTEM_MILI_TMD        (9)	/* This subsystem is used to
+						execute iSCSI Target specific
+						commands between MILI
+						and TMD.  */
+#define FWCMD_SUBSYSTEM_PROXY           (11)	/* This subsystem is used
+						to execute proxied commands
+						within the host at the
+						explicit request of a
+						non priviledged domain.
+						This 'subsystem' is entirely
+						virtual from the controller
+						and firmware perspective as
+						it is implemented in host
+						drivers.
+						*/
+
+/*
+ * --- COMMON_SUBSYSTEM_OPCODES ---
+ * These opcodes are common to both networking and storage PCI
+ * functions. They are used to reserve resources and configure
+ * BladeEngine. These opcodes all use the FWCMD_SUBSYSTEM_COMMON
+ * subsystem code.
+ */
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_NTWK_MAC_QUERY    (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_NTWK_MAC_QUERY (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_NTWK_MAC_SET   (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_NTWK_MULTICAST_SET (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_NTWK_VLAN_CONFIG (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_NTWK_LINK_STATUS_QUERY (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_READ_FLASHROM  (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_WRITE_FLASHROM (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_QUERY_MAX_FWCMD_BUFFER_SIZE (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_ADD_PAGE_TABLES (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_REMOVE_PAGE_TABLES (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_RING_DESTROY   (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_CQ_CREATE      (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_EQ_CREATE      (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_ETH_RX_CREATE  (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_ETH_TX_CREATE  (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_ISCSI_DEFQ_CREATE (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_ISCSI_WRBQ_CREATE (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_MCC_CREATE     (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_JELL_CONFIG    (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_FORCE_FAILOVER (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_ADD_TEMPLATE_HEADER_BUFFERS (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_REMOVE_TEMPLATE_HEADER_BUFFERS (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_POST_ZERO_BUFFER (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_GET_QOS        (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_SET_QOS        (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_TCP_GET_STATISTICS (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_SEEPROM_READ   (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_TCP_STATE_QUERY (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_GET_CNTL_ATTRIBUTES (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_NOP            (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_NTWK_RX_FILTER (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_GET_FW_VERSION (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_SET_FLOW_CONTROL (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_GET_FLOW_CONTROL (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_SET_TCP_PARAMETERS (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_SET_FRAME_SIZE (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_GET_FAT        (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_MODIFY_EQ_DELAY (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_FIRMWARE_CONFIG (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_ENABLE_DISABLE_DOMAINS (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_GET_DOMAIN_CONFIG (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_SET_VLD_CONFIG (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_GET_VLD_CONFIG (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_GET_PORT_EQUALIZATION (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_SET_PORT_EQUALIZATION (1)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_COMMON_RED_CONFIG     (1)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_NTWK_MAC_SET      (2)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_NTWK_MULTICAST_SET (3)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_NTWK_VLAN_CONFIG  (4)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_NTWK_LINK_STATUS_QUERY (5)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_READ_FLASHROM     (6)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_WRITE_FLASHROM    (7)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_QUERY_MAX_FWCMD_BUFFER_SIZE (8)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_ADD_PAGE_TABLES   (9)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_REMOVE_PAGE_TABLES (10)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_RING_DESTROY      (11)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_CQ_CREATE         (12)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_EQ_CREATE         (13)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_ETH_RX_CREATE     (14)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_ETH_TX_CREATE     (15)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_NET_RESERVED0     (16)	/* Reserved */
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_NET_RESERVED1     (17)	/* Reserved */
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_NET_RESERVED2     (18)	/* Reserved */
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_ISCSI_DEFQ_CREATE (19)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_ISCSI_WRBQ_CREATE (20)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_MCC_CREATE        (21)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_JELL_CONFIG       (22)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_FORCE_FAILOVER    (23)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_ADD_TEMPLATE_HEADER_BUFFERS (24)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_REMOVE_TEMPLATE_HEADER_BUFFERS (25)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_POST_ZERO_BUFFER  (26)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_GET_QOS           (27)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_SET_QOS           (28)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_TCP_GET_STATISTICS (29)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_SEEPROM_READ      (30)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_TCP_STATE_QUERY   (31)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_GET_CNTL_ATTRIBUTES (32)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_NOP               (33)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_NTWK_RX_FILTER    (34)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_GET_FW_VERSION    (35)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_SET_FLOW_CONTROL  (36)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_GET_FLOW_CONTROL  (37)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_SET_TCP_PARAMETERS (38)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_SET_FRAME_SIZE    (39)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_GET_FAT           (40)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_MODIFY_EQ_DELAY   (41)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_FIRMWARE_CONFIG   (42)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_ENABLE_DISABLE_DOMAINS (43)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_GET_DOMAIN_CONFIG (44)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_SET_VLD_CONFIG    (45)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_GET_VLD_CONFIG    (46)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_GET_PORT_EQUALIZATION (47)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_SET_PORT_EQUALIZATION (48)
+#define OPCODE_COMMON_RED_CONFIG        (49)
+
+
+
+/*
+ * --- ETH_SUBSYSTEM_OPCODES ---
+ * These opcodes are used for configuring the Ethernet interfaces. These
+ * opcodes all use the FWCMD_SUBSYSTEM_ETH subsystem code.
+ */
+#define OPCODE_ETH_RSS_CONFIG           (1)
+#define OPCODE_ETH_ACPI_CONFIG          (2)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_ETH_RSS_CONFIG        (3)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_ETH_ACPI_CONFIG       (3)
+#define OPCODE_ETH_PROMISCUOUS          (3)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_ETH_PROMISCUOUS       (3)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_ETH_GET_STATISTICS    (3)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_ETH_GET_RX_FRAG_SIZE  (3)
+#define SUBSYSTEM_ETH_SET_RX_FRAG_SIZE  (3)
+#define OPCODE_ETH_GET_STATISTICS       (4)
+#define OPCODE_ETH_GET_RX_FRAG_SIZE     (5)
+#define OPCODE_ETH_SET_RX_FRAG_SIZE     (6)
+
+
+
+
+
+/*
+ * --- MCC_STATUS_CODE ---
+ * These are the global status codes used by all subsystems
+ */
+#define MCC_STATUS_SUCCESS              (0)	/* Indicates a successful
+						completion of  the command */
+#define MCC_STATUS_INSUFFICIENT_PRIVILEGES (1)	/* The client does not have
+						sufficient privileges to
+						execute the command */
+#define MCC_STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER    (2)	/* A parameter in the command
+						was invalid. The extended
+						status contains the index
+						of the parameter */
+#define MCC_STATUS_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCES (3)	/* There are insufficient
+						chip resources to execute
+						the command */
+#define MCC_STATUS_QUEUE_FLUSHING       (4)	/* The command is completing
+						because the queue was
+						getting flushed */
+#define MCC_STATUS_DMA_FAILED           (5)	/* The command is completing
+						with a DMA error */
+
+/*
+ * --- MGMT_ERROR_CODES ---
+ * Error Codes returned in the status field of the FWCMD response header
+ */
+#define MGMT_STATUS_SUCCESS             (0)	/* The FWCMD completed
+						without errors */
+#define MGMT_STATUS_FAILED              (1)	/* Error status in the Status
+						field of  the
+						struct FWCMD_RESPONSE_HEADER */
+#define MGMT_STATUS_ILLEGAL_REQUEST     (2)	/* Invalid FWCMD opcode */
+#define MGMT_STATUS_ILLEGAL_FIELD       (3)	/* Invalid parameter in
+						the FWCMD  payload */
+
+#endif /* __fwcmd_opcodes_amap_h__ */