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The BCM43340/1 firmware is compliance with the CCX but the application level support is not available on Wiced SDK nor Wiced Linux.
I'm sorry, but that doesn't really make sense. Please help me understand the data sheet claims of CCX compliance. CCX includes several of the IEEE802.11 specifications, such as 802.11i, k, r, x. Are those implemented in the supplied Linux stack? How else is the claim supported?
Recall that the chip datasheet you are referencing represents a superset compared to the WICED and Linux offerings for the same device.
Cisco CCX, while enabled in the HW, is not supported in SW by either the WICED or Linux offering for the same device.
So now I'm really confused. Most of CCX lives in the SW, almost nothing in HW. The data sheet says the "Reference Design" supports CCX.
Anyone I can talk to at Broadcom to understand this better and get contacts with companies that provide the rest of the supporting SW? This is for an application that requires interoperability with Cisco systems and the customer demands compliance.
Please engage with your local Broadcom sales or one of our regional Distributors
I was told that while this feature may have been supported at some point with custom HW/SW based on the BCM4334X, it is not supported today on the WICED or Linux offerings that are represented and supported here on the community website.
Thanks -- to date, your distributors have not been very helpful on this (you've been much more so). Can I talk with anyone directly in Broadcom?