orinoco.ini Driver File Contents (orinoco_11bg_software.zip)

//.............................................................................
//
//  Copyright © 2001 Atheros Communications, Inc.,  All Rights Reserved.
//
//  The entries in this file describe a profile.  Entries are in Name/Value pairs separated by white spece
//  comments are allowed as long as you use the following syntax:
//                     Name   Value    //comment
//
//  The variable names are not case sensitive.  If multiple entries for the same variable are present, then the
//  last valid one parsed is used.
//  
//  To modify a default settings for a new profile, uncomment the variables you wish to change
//  and set the second field to the desired value.
//
//.............................................................................
//
//
//  NetworkType                         0                       //Ad Hoc = 0, Infrastructure = 1
    PowerManagement                     0                       //Off = 0, Max = 1, Normal = 2			
//
//	Security modes are as follows:
//	   LEAPEnabled and ExternallyManagedSecurity are mutually exclusive
//	   LEAPEnabled or ExternallyManagedSecurity requires SecurityEnabled to be set
//	   If LEAPEnabled and ExternallyManagedSecurity is 0 but SecurityEnabled is 1, then Pre-Shared Keys is enabled
//	   If all 0, then security is disabled
//
//  SecurityEnabled                     0                        //1 = Enabled, 0 = Disabled (no security)	
//  ExternallyManagedSecurity           0                        //1 = Externally Managed, 0 = Not Externally Managed
//  LEAPEnabled                         0                        //1 = Leap Enabled, 0 = Leap Not Enabled
//
//
//	Advanced	
//
//  ScanType                            0                       //Passive = 0, Auto = 1
//  Preamble                            0                       //1 = allow short & long; 0 long only
//  TransmitPower                       0                       //Full = 0, Half = 1, Quarter = 2, Eighth = 3, Min = 4
//
//
//	Network and Ad Hoc bands - value will be anded against valid bands for device
//	5 GHz 54 Mbps = 1, 5 GHz 108 Mbps = 2, 2.4 GHz 11 Mbps = 4, 2.4 GHz 54 Mbps = 8			
//
//  NetworkBand                          7
//  AdHocBand                            7
//  
//  Channel                              0                       //Ad Hoc channel for b or g (0 = auto; 1-11)
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