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HCIATTACH(8)			   Linux System Administration			     HCIATTACH(8)

       hciattach - attach serial devices via UART HCI to BlueZ stack

       hciattach < tty > < type | id > [ speed ] [ flow ]

       Hciattach  is  used to attach a serial UART to the Bluetooth stack as HCI transport inter-

       <tty>  This specifies the serial device to attach. A leading /dev can  be  omitted.  Exam-
	      ples: /dev/ttyS1 ttyS2

       <type | id>
	      The type or id of the Bluetooth device that is to be attached, i.e. vendor or other
	      device specific identifier. Currently supported types are

	      type   description

	      any    Unspecified HCI_UART interface, no vendor specific options

		     Ericsson based modules

	      digi   Digianswer based cards

	      xircom Xircom PCMCIA cards: Credit Card Adapter and Real Port Adapter

	      csr    CSR Casira serial adapter or BrainBoxes serial dongle (BL642)

	      bboxes BrainBoxes PCMCIA card (BL620)

	      swave  Silicon Wave kits

	      bcsp   Serial adapters using CSR chips with BCSP serial protocol

       Supported IDs are (manufacturer id, product id)

	      0x0105, 0x080a
		     Xircom PCMCIA cards: Credit Card Adapter and Real Port Adapter

	      0x0160, 0x0002
		     BrainBoxes PCMCIA card (BL620)

	      The speed specifies the UART speed to use. Baudrates higher than 115.200bps require
	      vendor  specific initializations that are not implemented for all types of devices.
	      In general the following speeds are supported:

	      9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, 230400, 460800, 921600

	      Supported vendor devices are automatically initialised  to  their  respective  best

       <flow> If  the  keyword flow is appended to the list of options then hardware flow control
	      is forced on the serial link ( CRTSCTS ). All above  mentioned  device  types  have
	      flow set by default. To force no flow control use noflow instead.

       Written by Maxim Krasnyansky <maxk@qualcomm.com>

       man page by Nils Faerber <nils@kernelconcepts.de>

BlueZ					   Jan 22 2002				     HCIATTACH(8)
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