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en:users:drivers:rt2880_inic [2018/12/12 09:12] (current)
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 +===== RT2880 iNIC =====
 +RT2880 iNIC spells out "​intelligent network interface card". The intelligence about it is that this card contains a locked-down ralink rt288x system on chip. It appears that this firmware is cryptographically signed and cannot be replaced, so a driver needs to talk to the RTOS using the mechanisms provided by the default firmware.
 +It is currently not supported by any Linux driver.
 +This PCIe card looks like so in lspci:
 +00:0c.0 Class 0200: 1814:0801
 +The card is primarily used in routers. This card can be found in Asus DSL-N13, Asus WL-127n, Alcatel Lucent Cellpipe 7130, Canal+ R7 set top boxes, D-Link DIR-685, Pegatron WL227N-5G Wireless Card, and the Billion BiPAC 7800N.
 +===== Source code ====
 +Vendor source code for this device was released by Canal+:
 +  * [[https://​​kovz/​ralink_inic|Vendor code dump]]
 +  * [[https://​​canalplus/​r7oss/​tree/​master/​G5/​src/​rt3662-modules-|Canal+ source code dump]]
en/users/drivers/rt2880_inic.txt ยท Last modified: 2018/12/12 09:12 by Linus Walleij