C6678 has got EMAC1 and EMAC2. How to use eth0 and eth1 on C6678?
I'd suggest starting with the MCSDK 2.0. There's a Network Developers Kit (NDK) in the MCSDK 2.0
Here's a link to the MCSDK 2.0 info http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/BIOS_MCSDK_2.0_User_Guide
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It's no problem with eth0, but eth1 can not be detected after POST:
TMDSEVMC6678L POST Version 01.00.00.02FPGA Version: 000BBoard Serial Number: ECD0032999EFUSE MAC ID is: 90 D7 EB 0B D6 86SA is disabled on this board.PLL Reset Type Status Register: 0x00000001POST running in progress ...POST external memory test passed!POST I2C EEPROM read test passed!POST SPI NOR read test passed!POST EMIF16 NAND read test passed!POST done successfully!
And eth1 can not be detected on Linux boot:
Mounting proc filesystem: done.Mounting other filesystems: done.Starting mdevSetting hostname 184.108.40.206: done.Bringing up loopback interface: done.Starting inetd: done.eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 90:D7:EB:0B:D6:86 inet addr:220.127.116.11 Bcast:18.104.22.168 Mask:255.255.255.0 UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:3 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:3 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 RX bytes:794 (794.0 B) TX bytes:1770 (1.7 KiB) Interrupt:48System started.
Where is eth1?
Can I work with eth1?
Actually, I'll assume that it's Ethernet Port 1 that you're connecting to. If you look through the EVM documentation you'll see that SGMII1 is connected via a switch to the RJ45 connector. Etherenet Port 0 (SGMII0) is put out to the AMC header for SGMII connection across an AMC backplane. You'd need to connect the SGMII up to another SGMII device such as a SGMII EMAC switch to communicate to that port on the EVM.
On the EVM,the SGMII Port 0is put out to the AMC header for backplane ethernet. Now I have another board which has 1000BASE-X Ethernet on the AMC header . Can I connect the SGMII Port 0 to the 1000BASE-X (SerDes Ethernet)port across an AMC backplane? If not ,what should I do ?
I'm wondering whether the SGMII port on the C6678 can connect to SerDes GbE(which mostly is 1000BASE-BX)?
The answer would be. Maybe. If the GbE uses SGMII for the media interface then yes. I believe if it's SerDes based then it would be SGMII, I'm not aware of another SerDes based GbE xMII. That said 1000BASE-BX is a fiber interface, so I'd suspect the chasis would have a SGMII to (whatever fiber uses) Switch. That's what I would suggest looking at to see what it is.
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