Aircard 850 on a Thinkpad Z61m

josh at josh at
Tue Jun 19 10:10:41 EDT 2007

On Tue, 19 Jun 2007, rukhsana ansari wrote:

> Josh,
> I used the dump_cis utility to get the io port range. The mail attachment 
> contains it. You can check out its help at:

Thanks. I got the following output:
lab001:~# dump_cis 
Socket 0:
     EEPROM 250ns, 512b
   manfid 0x0192, 0x0710
   funcid serial_port
   vers_1 7.0, "Sierra Wireless", "AC850", "3G Network Adapter", "R1"
   config base 0x0700 mask 0x0073 last_index 0x03
   cftable_entry 0x20 [default]
     Vcc Istatic 45mA Iavg 50mA Ipeak 55mA Idown 20mA
     io 0x48f8-0x48ff [lines=3] [8bit] [range]
     irq mask 0x86bc [level]
   cftable_entry 0x21
     io 0x47f8-0x47ff [lines=3] [8bit] [range]
   cftable_entry 0x22
     io 0x48e8-0x48ef [lines=3] [8bit] [range]
   cftable_entry 0x23
     io 0x47e8-0x47ef [lines=3] [8bit] [range]
   cftable_entry 0x24
     io 0x0000-0x0007 [lines=3] [8bit]

I tried adding just 
include port 0x48f8 0x48ff

and then the rest of the IO ports listed too:

include port 0x47f8-0x47ff
include port 0x48e8-0x48ef
include port 0x47e8-0x47ef
include port 0x0000-0x0007

after I make the changes to  /etc/pcmcia/config.opts, is there anything else I
need to do? After both changes, I rebooted just in case, but there was no 
difference in dmesg.


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