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In reply to Bobby Bradford:
In your explanation you specified that timer 3B is used for hardware timestamping. I need to know how Timer3B is configured for capturing the time stamp of reciept of Ethernet packet.
TimerConfigure(TIMER3_BASE, (TIMER_CFG_16_BIT_PAIR | TIMER_CFG_A_PERIODIC | TIMER_CFG_B_CAP_TIME)); TimerPrescaleSet(TIMER3_BASE, TIMER_BOTH, 0); TimerLoadSet(TIMER3_BASE, TIMER_BOTH, 0xFFFF); TimerControlEvent(TIMER3_BASE, TIMER_B, TIMER_EVENT_POS_EDGE);
In the above snippet of code, it shows How timer 3B is configured for Capture mode. But my doubt is how does this timer know to timestamp for ethernet recieve packet.
And also I am trying to modify the code for transmit time stamp using the other timers(Timer 2 or Timer 1 or Timer 0). I need know How to configure the timer for time stamping the transmit Ethernet packet.
Please help on this. Thanks in Advance.
Infant Jesuraj F
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