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      arl - Aironet Arlan 655 wireless network adapter driver


      To compile support for the
      arl driver into your kernel, place the following line in your kernel con‐
          figuration file:
            device arl
          Alternatively, to load the


      The arl driver provides support for Aironet Arlan 655 wireless network
      adapters.  The Arlan 655 series adapters operate at 354kbps, 512kbps,
      1Mbps and 2Mbps.
      The Aironet Arlan 655 devices support Aironet TMA, Aironet Non-TMA and
      PSP operating modes.
      By default, the arl driver configures the Aironet Arlan 655 card for TMA
ifconfig(8) for setting SSID you must use a 4-byte even hex‐
      adecimal digit value and it must start with 00 or 02.
ifconfig(8).  You
arlcontrol(8) for changing country.
      Cannot change link-level address.


      The arl device driver first appeared in FreeBSD 5.3.


      The arl driver was initially written by Ivan Sharov
ioctl(2) support to the driver.  Stanislav Svirid
      〈count@riss-telecom.ru〉 ported this driver to the new ISA architecture,
      merged some al driver changes, fixed some bugs and made it a module.
      Yuri Kurenkov 〈y.kurenkov@init.ru〉 wrote this manpage.


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