@@ -3,29 +3,30 @@ PCI IDs for qemu
Red Hat, Inc. donates a part of its device ID range to qemu, to be used for
-virtual devices. The vendor ID is 1af4 (formerly Qumranet ID).
+virtual devices. The vendor IDs are 1af4 (formerly Qumranet ID) and 1b36.
-The 1000 -> 10ff device ID range is used for VirtIO devices.
+Contact Gerd Hoffmann <email@example.com> to get a device ID assigned
+for your devices.
-The 1100 device ID is used as PCI Subsystem ID for existing hardware
-devices emulated by qemu.
+1af4 vendor ID
-All other device IDs are reserved.
-VirtIO Device IDs
+The 1000 -> 10ff device ID range is used as follows for virtio-pci devices.
+Note that this allocation separate from the virtio device IDs, which are
+maintained as part of the virtio specification.
1af4:1000 network device
1af4:1001 block device
1af4:1002 balloon device
1af4:1003 console device
- to Contact Gerd Hoffmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> to get a
-1af4:10ef device ID assigned for your new virtio device.
+1af4:1004 SCSI host bus adapter device
+1af4:1005 entropy generator device
1af4:10f0 Available for experimental usage without registration. Must get
to official ID when the code leaves the test lab (i.e. when seeking
1af4:10ff upstream merge or shipping a distro/product) to avoid conflicts.
+1af4:1100 Used as PCI Subsystem ID for existing hardware devices emulated
+ by qemu.
+All other device IDs are reserved.