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Part Number: TMS320C6674
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
First questionI have a question about EMAC on the TMS320C6678.I remember that using the two Ethernet ports in the MCSDK was a problem.Did the upgraded PROCESSOR RTOS SDK resolve this issue?
Second questionWe are going to make a board with TMS320C6674.However, this board should use Ethernet 2 port.One port connects the Ethernet PHY to the transformer.The other port directly connects the SERDES SGMII without PHY.Is there any problem with this configuration using NDK?
Can NDK be used on ports without PHY?
Did the upgraded PROCESSOR RTOS SDK resolve this issue?
Is there any problem with this configuration using NDK?
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In reply to Yordan Kovachev:
In reply to lding:
Hi. Thank you for answer. To use two Ethernet ports, refer to the following wiki. processors.wiki.ti.com/.../NDK,_PA_Resource_Wiki_for_Keystone_Devices I have additional questions. Can EMAC1 be used on Core0, and EMAC0 directly used on Core1? Thank you.
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