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# Kconfig - Bluetooth LE stack configuration options

#
# Copyright (c) 2016-2017 Nordic Semiconductor ASA
# Copyright (c) 2015-2016 Intel Corporation
#
# SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0
#

comment "Host Stack Configuration"

config BT_HCI_HOST
	# Virtual/hidden option to make the conditions more intuitive
	bool
	default y
	depends on !BT_HCI_RAW
	select POLL

config BT_HCI_CMD_COUNT
	int "Number of HCI command buffers"
	default 2
	range 2 64
	help
	  Number of buffers available for HCI commands.

config BT_RX_BUF_COUNT
	int "Number of HCI RX buffers"
	default 3 if BT_RECV_IS_RX_THREAD
	default 10
	range 2 255
	help
	  Number of buffers available for incoming ACL packets or HCI events
	  from the controller.

config BT_RX_BUF_LEN
	int "Maximum supported HCI RX buffer length"
	default 264 if BT_BREDR
	default 77 if BT_MESH_PROXY
	default 76
	range 73 2000
	help
	  Maximum data size for each HCI RX buffer. This size includes
	  everything starting with the ACL or HCI event headers. Note that
	  buffer sizes are always rounded up to the nearest multiple of 4,
	  so if this Kconfig value is something else then there will be some
	  wasted space. The minimum of 73 has been taken for LE SC which has
	  an L2CAP MTU of 65 bytes. On top of this there's the L2CAP header
	  (4 bytes) and the ACL header (also 4 bytes) which yields 73 bytes.

config BT_HCI_TX_STACK_SIZE
	int
	default 256 if BT_H4
	default 256 if BT_H5
	default 416 if BT_SPI
	default 640 if BT_CTLR
	default 256 if BT_USERCHAN
	# Even if no driver is selected the following default is still
	# needed e.g. for unit tests.
	default 256
	help
	  Stack size needed for executing bt_send with specified driver

config BT_HCI_TX_PRIO
	# Hidden option for Co-Operative Tx thread priority
	int
	default 7

config BT_WAIT_NOP
	bool "Wait for \"NOP\" Command Complete event during init"
	depends on BT_HCI
	help
	  Some controllers emit a Command Complete event for the NOP
	  opcode to indicate that they're ready to receive commands.
	  This option should be selected if the controller used
	  exhibits such behavior.

config BT_HCI_RESERVE
	int
	default 0 if BT_H4
	default 1 if BT_H5
	default 1 if BT_SPI
	default 1 if BT_USERCHAN
	# Even if no driver is selected the following default is still
	# needed e.g. for unit tests.
	default 0
	help
	  Headroom that the driver needs for sending and receiving buffers. Add a
	  new 'default' entry for each new driver.

config BT_RECV_IS_RX_THREAD
	# Hidden option set by the HCI driver to indicate that there's
	# no need for the host to have its own RX thread.
	# It is then the responsibility of the HCI driver to call bt_recv_prio
	# from a higher priority context than bt_recv in order to avoid deadlock.
	# If the host has its own RX thread it is safe to call bt_recv and
	# bt_recv_prio from the same priority context.
	bool

config BT_RX_STACK_SIZE
	int "Size of the receiving thread stack"
	depends on BT_HCI_HOST || BT_RECV_IS_RX_THREAD
	default 512 if BT_HCI_RAW
	default 2048 if BT_MESH
	default 2048 if BT_SETTINGS
	default 1024
	range 512 65536 if BT_HCI_RAW
	range 1100 65536 if BT_MESH
	range 1024 65536
	help
	  Size of the receiving thread stack. This is the context from
	  which all event callbacks to the application occur. The
	  default value is sufficient for basic operation, but if the
	  application needs to do advanced things in its callbacks that
	  require extra stack space, this value can be increased to
	  accommodate for that.

config BT_RX_PRIO
	# Hidden option for Co-Operative Rx thread priority
	int
	depends on BT_HCI_HOST || BT_RECV_IS_RX_THREAD
	default 8

if BT_HCI_HOST

source "subsys/bluetooth/host/mesh/Kconfig"

config BT_HOST_CRYPTO
	# Hidden option that compiles in random number generation and AES
	# encryption support using TinyCrypt library if this is not provided
	# by the controller implementation.
	bool
	default y if !BT_CTLR_CRYPTO
	select TINYCRYPT
	select TINYCRYPT_AES
	select TINYCRYPT_SHA256
	select TINYCRYPT_SHA256_HMAC
	select TINYCRYPT_SHA256_HMAC_PRNG

config BT_SETTINGS
	bool "Store Bluetooth state and configuration persistently"
	depends on SETTINGS && PRINTK
	select MPU_ALLOW_FLASH_WRITE if ARM_MPU
	help
	  When selected, the Bluetooth stack will take care of storing
	  (and restoring) the Bluetooth state (e.g. pairing keys) and
	  configuration persistently in flash.

	  When this option has been enabled, it's important that the
	  application makes a call to settings_load() after having done
	  all necessary initialization (e.g. calling bt_enable). The
	  reason settings_load() is handled externally to the stack, is
	  that there may be other subsystems using the settings API, in
	  which case it's more efficient to load all settings in one go,
	  instead of each subsystem doing it independently.

if BT_CONN

if BT_HCI_ACL_FLOW_CONTROL
config BT_ACL_RX_COUNT
	int "Number of incoming ACL data buffers"
	default BT_CTLR_RX_BUFFERS if BT_CTLR
	default 6
	range 1 64
	help
	  Number of buffers available for incoming ACL data.

config BT_L2CAP_RX_MTU
	int "Maximum supported L2CAP MTU for incoming data"
	default 200 if BT_BREDR
	default 65 if BT_SMP
	default 23
	range 65 1300 if BT_SMP
	range 23 1300
	help
	  Maximum size of each incoming L2CAP PDU.
endif # BT_HCI_ACL_FLOW_CONTROL

config BT_L2CAP_TX_BUF_COUNT
	int "Number of L2CAP TX buffers"
	default 3
	range 2 255
	help
	  Number of buffers available for outgoing L2CAP packets.

config BT_L2CAP_TX_FRAG_COUNT
	int "Number of L2CAP TX fragment buffers"
	default 2
	range 0 255
	help
	  Number of buffers available for fragments of TX buffers. Warning:
	  setting this to 0 means that the application must ensure that
	  queued TX buffers never need to be fragmented, i.e. that the
	  controller's buffer size is large enough. If this is not ensured,
	  and there are no dedicated fragment buffers, a deadlock may occur.
	  In most cases the default value of 2 is a safe bet.

config BT_L2CAP_TX_MTU
	int "Maximum supported L2CAP MTU for L2CAP TX buffers"
	default 253 if BT_BREDR
	default 65 if BT_SMP
	default 23
	range 65 2000 if BT_SMP
	range 23 2000
	help
	  Maximum L2CAP MTU for L2CAP TX buffers.

config BT_CONN_TX_MAX
	int "Maximum number of pending TX buffers"
	default BT_CTLR_TX_BUFFERS if BT_CTLR
	default 7
	range 1 128
	help
	  Maximum number of pending TX buffers that have not yet
	  been acknowledged by the controller.

config BT_ATT_ENFORCE_FLOW
	bool "Enforce strict flow control semantics for incoming PDUs"
	default y if !(BOARD_QEMU_CORTEX_M3 || BOARD_QEMU_X86 || BOARD_NATIVE_POSIX)
	help
	  Enforce flow control rules on incoming PDUs, preventing a peer
	  from sending new requests until a previous one has been responded
	  or sending a new indication until a previous one has been
	  confirmed. This may need to be disabled to avoid potential race
	  conditions arising from a USB based HCI transport that splits
	  HCI events and ACL data to separate endpoints.

config BT_ATT_PREPARE_COUNT
	int "Number of ATT prepare write buffers"
	default 0
	range 0 64
	help
	  Number of buffers available for ATT prepare write, setting
	  this to 0 disables GATT long/reliable writes.

config BT_ATT_TX_MAX
	int "Maximum number of queued outgoing ATT PDUs"
	default 2
	range 1 BT_L2CAP_TX_BUF_COUNT
	help
	  Number of ATT PDUs that can be at a single moment queued for
	  transmission. If the application tries to send more than this
	  amount the calls will block until an existing queued PDU gets
	  sent.

config BT_AUTO_PHY_UPDATE
	bool "Auto-initiate PHY Update Procedure"
	default y
	help
	  Initiate PHY Update Procedure on connection establishment.

	  Disable this if you want PHY Update Procedure feature supported but
	  want to rely on remote device to initiate the procedure at its
	  discretion.

config BT_SMP
	bool "Security Manager Protocol support"
	select TINYCRYPT
	select TINYCRYPT_AES
	select TINYCRYPT_AES_CMAC
	select BT_RPA
	help
	  This option enables support for the Security Manager Protocol
	  (SMP), making it possible to pair devices over LE.

if BT_SMP
config BT_PRIVACY
	bool "Privacy Feature"
	help
	  Enable local Privacy Feature support. This makes it possible
	  to use Resolvable Private Addresses (RPAs).

config BT_RPA_TIMEOUT
	int "Resolvable Private Address timeout"
	depends on BT_PRIVACY
	default 900
	range 1 65535
	help
	  This option defines how often resolvable private address is rotated.
	  Value is provided in seconds and defaults to 900 seconds (15 minutes).

config BT_SIGNING
	bool "Data signing support"
	help
	  This option enables data signing which is used for transferring
	  authenticated data in an unencrypted connection.

config BT_SMP_SC_ONLY
	bool "Secure Connections Only Mode"
	help
	  This option enables support for Secure Connection Only Mode. In this
	  mode device shall only use Security Mode 1 Level 4 with exception
	  for services that only require Security Mode 1 Level 1 (no security).
	  Security Mode 1 Level 4 stands for authenticated LE Secure Connections
	  pairing with encryption. Enabling this option disables legacy pairing.

config BT_FIXED_PASSKEY
	bool "Use a fixed passkey for pairing"
	help
	  With this option enabled, the application will be able to call the
	  bt_passkey_set() API to set a fixed passkey. If set, the
	  pairing_confim() callback will be called for all incoming pairings.

config BT_USE_DEBUG_KEYS
	bool "Enable Security Manager Debug Mode"
	depends on BT_TINYCRYPT_ECC
	help
	  This option places Security Manager in a Debug Mode. In this mode
	  predefined Diffie-Hellman private/public key pair is used as described
	  in Core Specification Vol. 3, Part H, 2.3.5.6.1. This option should
	  only be enabled for debugging and should never be used in production.
	  If this option is enabled anyone is able to decipher encrypted air
	  traffic.

endif # BT_SMP

config BT_L2CAP_DYNAMIC_CHANNEL
	bool "L2CAP Dynamic Channel support"
	depends on BT_SMP
	help
	  This option enables support for LE Connection oriented Channels,
	  allowing the creation of dynamic L2CAP Channels.

config BT_GATT_CLIENT
	bool "GATT client support"
	help
	  This option enables support for the GATT Client role.

config BT_GATT_READ_MULTIPLE
	bool "GATT Read Multiple Characteristic Values support"
	default y
	help
	  This option enables support for the GATT Read Multiple Characteristic
	  Values procedure.

config BT_MAX_PAIRED
	int "Maximum number of paired devices"
	default 0 if !BT_SMP
	default 1
	range 0 128
	help
	  Maximum number of paired Bluetooth devices. The minimum (and
	  default) number is 1.

endif # BT_CONN

config BT_SCAN_WITH_IDENTITY
	bool "Perform active scanning using local identity address"
	depends on !BT_PRIVACY && (BT_CENTRAL || BT_OBSERVER)
	help
	  Enable this if you want to perform active scanning using the local
	  identity address as the scanner address. By default the stack will
	  always use a non-resolvable private address (NRPA) in order to avoid
	  disclosing local identity information. However, if the use case
	  requires disclosing it then enable this option.

config BT_DEVICE_NAME_DYNAMIC
	bool "Allow to set Bluetooth device name on runtime"
	help
	  Enabling this option allows for runtime configuration of Bluetooth
	  device name.

config BT_DEVICE_NAME_MAX
	int "Maximum size in bytes for device name"
	depends on BT_DEVICE_NAME_DYNAMIC
	default 28
	range 2 248
	help
	  Bluetooth device name storage size. Storage can be up to 248 bytes
	  long (excluding NULL termination).

config BT_DEVICE_NAME_GATT_WRITABLE
	bool "Allow to write name by remote GATT clients"
	depends on BT_CONN && BT_DEVICE_NAME_DYNAMIC
	default y
	help
	  Enabling this option allows remote GATT clients to write to device
	  name GAP characteristic.

config BT_DEVICE_NAME
	string "Bluetooth device name"
	default "Zephyr"
	help
	  Bluetooth device name. Name can be up to 248 bytes long (excluding
	  NULL termination). Can be empty string.

config BT_DEVICE_APPEARANCE
	int "Bluetooth device appearance"
	range 0 65535
	default 0
	help
	  Bluetooth device appearance. For the list of possible values please
	  consult the following link:
	  https://www.bluetooth.com/specifications/assigned-numbers

config BT_ID_MAX
	int "Maximum number of local identities"
	range 1 10
	default 1
	help
	  Maximum number of supported local identity addresses. For most
	  products this is safe to leave as the default value (1).

endif # BT_HCI_HOST

config BT_TINYCRYPT_ECC
	bool "Use TinyCrypt library for ECDH"
	select TINYCRYPT
	select TINYCRYPT_ECC_DH
	depends on BT_HCI_RAW || BT_HCI_HOST
	default y if BT_CTLR && (BT_SMP || BT_MESH_PROV)
	help
	  If this option is set TinyCrypt library is used for emulating the
	  ECDH HCI commands and events needed by e.g. LE Secure Connections.
	  In builds including the BLE Host, if not set the controller crypto is
	  used for ECDH and if the controller doesn't support the required HCI
	  commands the LE Secure Connections support will be disabled.
	  In builds including the HCI Raw interface and the BLE Controller, this
	  option injects support for the 2 HCI commands required for LE Secure
	  Connections so that Hosts can make use of those. The option defaults
	  to enabled for a combined build with Zephyr's own controller, since it
	  does not have any special ECC support itself (at least not currently).

if BT_DEBUG
config BT_DEBUG_SETTINGS
	bool "Bluetooth storage debug"
	depends on BT_SETTINGS
	help
	  This option enables debug support for Bluetooth storage.

config BT_DEBUG_HCI_CORE
	bool "Bluetooth HCI core debug"
	help
	  This option enables debug support for Bluetooth HCI
	  core.

config BT_DEBUG_CONN
	bool "Bluetooth connection debug"
	depends on BT_CONN
	help
	  This option enables debug support for Bluetooth
	  connection handling.

config BT_DEBUG_KEYS
	bool "Bluetooth security keys debug"
	depends on BT_HCI_HOST
	depends on BT_SMP
	help
	  This option enables debug support for the handling of
	  Bluetooth security keys.

config BT_DEBUG_L2CAP
	bool "Bluetooth L2CAP debug"
	depends on BT_CONN
	help
	  This option enables debug support for the Bluetooth
	  L2ACP layer.

config BT_DEBUG_SMP
	bool "Bluetooth Security Manager Protocol (SMP) debug"
	depends on BT_HCI_HOST
	depends on BT_SMP
	help
	  This option enables debug support for the Bluetooth
	  Security Manager Protocol (SMP).

config BT_SMP_SELFTEST
	bool "Bluetooth SMP self tests executed on init"
	depends on BT_DEBUG_SMP
	help
	  This option enables SMP self-tests executed on startup
	  to verify security and crypto functions.

config BT_SMP_FORCE_BREDR
	bool "Force Bluetooth SMP over BR/EDR"
	depends on BT_DEBUG_SMP
	help
	  This option enables SMP over BR/EDR even if controller is not
	  supporting BR/EDR Secure Connections. This option is solely for
	  testing and should never be enabled on production devices.

config BT_DEBUG_ATT
	bool "Bluetooth Attribute Protocol (ATT) debug"
	depends on BT_CONN
	help
	  This option enables debug support for the Bluetooth
	  Attribute Protocol (ATT).

config BT_DEBUG_GATT
	bool "Bluetooth Generic Attribute Profile (GATT) debug"
	depends on BT_CONN
	help
	  This option enables debug support for the Bluetooth
	  Generic Attribute Profile (GATT).

config BT_DEBUG_RFCOMM
	bool "Bluetooth RFCOMM debug"
	depends on BT_RFCOMM
	help
	  This option enables debug support for the Bluetooth
	  RFCOMM layer.

config BT_DEBUG_HFP_HF
	bool "Bluetooth Hands Free Profile (HFP) debug"
	depends on BT_HFP_HF
	help
	  This option enables debug support for the Bluetooth
	  Hands Free Profile (HFP).

config BT_DEBUG_AVDTP
	bool "Bluetooth AVDTP debug"
	depends on BT_AVDTP
	help
	  This option enables debug support for the Bluetooth AVDTP.

config BT_DEBUG_A2DP
	bool "Bluetooth A2DP debug"
	depends on BT_A2DP
	help
	  This option enables debug support for the Bluetooth
	  A2DP profile.

config BT_DEBUG_SDP
	bool "Bluetooth Service Discovery Protocol (SDP) debug"
	depends on BT_BREDR
	help
		This option enables debug support for the Bluetooth
		Service Discovery Protocol (SDP).

endif # BT_DEBUG

config BT_TESTING
	bool "Bluetooth Testing"
	help
	  This option enables custom Bluetooth testing interface.
	  Shall only be used for testing purposes.

config BT_BREDR
	bool "Bluetooth BR/EDR support [EXPERIMENTAL]"
	depends on BT_HCI_HOST
	select BT_PERIPHERAL
	select BT_CENTRAL
	select BT_SMP
	select BT_L2CAP_DYNAMIC_CHANNEL
	help
	  This option enables Bluetooth BR/EDR support

if BT_BREDR
config BT_MAX_SCO_CONN
	int "Maximum number of simultaneous SCO connections"
	default 1
	range 1 3
	help
	  Maximum number of simultaneous Bluetooth synchronous connections
	  supported. The minimum (and default) number is 1.

config BT_RFCOMM
	bool "Bluetooth RFCOMM protocol support [EXPERIMENTAL]"
	help
	  This option enables Bluetooth RFCOMM support

config BT_RFCOMM_L2CAP_MTU
	int "L2CAP MTU for RFCOMM frames"
	default BT_L2CAP_RX_MTU if BT_HCI_ACL_FLOW_CONTROL
	default BT_RX_BUF_LEN
	depends on BT_RFCOMM
	range BT_L2CAP_RX_MTU 32767 if BT_HCI_ACL_FLOW_CONTROL
	range BT_RX_BUF_LEN 32767
	help
	  Maximum size of L2CAP PDU for RFCOMM frames.

config BT_HFP_HF
	bool "Bluetooth Handsfree profile HF Role support [EXPERIMENTAL]"
	depends on PRINTK
	select BT_RFCOMM
	help
	  This option enables Bluetooth HF support

config BT_AVDTP
	bool "Bluetooth AVDTP protocol support [EXPERIMENTAL]"
	help
	  This option enables Bluetooth AVDTP support

config BT_A2DP
	bool "Bluetooth A2DP Profile [EXPERIMENTAL]"
	select BT_AVDTP
	help
	  This option enables the A2DP profile

config BT_PAGE_TIMEOUT
	hex "Bluetooth Page Timeout"
	default 0x2000
	range 0x0001 0xffff
	help
	  This option sets the page timeout value. Value is selected as
	  (N * 0.625) ms.

endif # BT_BREDR