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IWNFW(4)						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						  IWNFW(4)

iwnfw -- Firmware Module for Intel Wireless driver SYNOPSIS
To compile this module into the kernel, place the following line in your kernel configuration file: device iwnfw This will include firmware images for all iwn(4) devices inside the kernel. If you want to pick only the firmware image for your network adapter choose one of the following: device iwn1000fw device iwn100fw device iwn105fw device iwn135fw device iwn2000fw device iwn2030fw device iwn4965fw device iwn5000fw device iwn5150fw device iwn6000fw device iwn6000g2afw device iwn6000g2bfw device iwn6050fw Alternatively, to load the driver as a module at boot time, place the following line in loader.conf(5): iwn1000fw_load="YES" iwn100fw_load="YES" iwn105fw_load="YES" iwn135fw_load="YES" iwn2000fw_load="YES" iwn2030fw_load="YES" iwn4965fw_load="YES" iwn5000fw_load="YES" iwn5150fw_load="YES" iwn6000fw_load="YES" iwn6000g2afw_load="YES" iwn6000g2bfw_load="YES" iwn6050fw_load="YES" DESCRIPTION
This module provides access to firmware sets for the Intel Wireless WiFi Link 100, 105, 135, 1000, 2000, 2030, 4965, 5000 and 6000 series of IEEE 802.11n adapters. It may be statically linked into the kernel, or loaded as a module. SEE ALSO
iwn(4), firmware(9) BSD
August 30, 2014 BSD

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