How to disable 5G capability when using IW416 module

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How to disable 5G capability when using IW416 module

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yao_feng
Contributor II

Customer wants to disable 5G capability by using driver parameter dev_cap_mask
steps to launch it when using modprobe

for example:
modprobe moal mod_para=nxp/wifi_mod_para.conf

where

wifi_mod_para.conf

SDIW416 = {
cfg80211_wext=0xf
drv_mode=7
max_vir_bss=1
cal_data_cfg=none
fw_name=nxp/sdiouartiw416_combo_v0.bin
txpwrlimit_cfg=nxp/txpower_EU.bin
dev_cap_mask=?

}

other info:
module: murata 1XK
FW/Driver: SD-WLAN-UART-BT-IW416-LNX_6_1_55-IMX8-16.92.21.p84.128-16.92.21.p84.128-MM6X16423.P6-GPL

Customer wants to know how to set up disable 5G capability by using dev_cap_mask
or any other suggested procedure?

Thanks.

 

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Christine_Li
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi, @yao_feng 

You can suggest customer to use bandcfg parameter to set/get infra/ad-hoc band. Please see below detailed info, it is convenient to change.

bandcfg
This command is used to set/get infra/ad-hoc band.
Note: This command is only available in disconnected state.

Usage:
mlanutl mlanX bandcfg [l] [m] [n]

where the parameters:
[l]: Infrastructure band
bit 0: B
bit 1: G
bit 2: A
bit 3: GN
bit 4: AN

bit 5: AC 2.4G
bit 6: AC 5G
bit 8: AX 2.4G
bit 9: AX 5G
[m]: Ad-hoc start band
bit 0: B
bit 1: G
bit 2: A
[n]: Ad-hoc start channel
Examples:
mlanutl mlan0 bandcfg : Get infra/ad-hoc band and ad-hoc
start channel configurations
mlanutl mlan0 bandcfg 1 : Set infra band to B only
mlanutl mlan0 bandcfg 3 2 6 : Set infra band to B/G, ad-hoc start band
to G and ad-hoc start channel to 6

 

Best regards,

Christine.

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yao_feng
Contributor II

Hi Christine

thanks.

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Christine_Li
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi, @yao_feng 

You can suggest customer to use bandcfg parameter to set/get infra/ad-hoc band. Please see below detailed info, it is convenient to change.

bandcfg
This command is used to set/get infra/ad-hoc band.
Note: This command is only available in disconnected state.

Usage:
mlanutl mlanX bandcfg [l] [m] [n]

where the parameters:
[l]: Infrastructure band
bit 0: B
bit 1: G
bit 2: A
bit 3: GN
bit 4: AN

bit 5: AC 2.4G
bit 6: AC 5G
bit 8: AX 2.4G
bit 9: AX 5G
[m]: Ad-hoc start band
bit 0: B
bit 1: G
bit 2: A
[n]: Ad-hoc start channel
Examples:
mlanutl mlan0 bandcfg : Get infra/ad-hoc band and ad-hoc
start channel configurations
mlanutl mlan0 bandcfg 1 : Set infra band to B only
mlanutl mlan0 bandcfg 3 2 6 : Set infra band to B/G, ad-hoc start band
to G and ad-hoc start channel to 6

 

Best regards,

Christine.

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