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I'm using the DP83825EVM for the DP83825I Ethernet Phy chip. The first thing I like to do with a new chip like this is read the PHYIDR1 (offset = 0x02) and PHYIDR2 (offset = 0x03) registers to make sure I at least have basic communication. But the datasheet lists these as unknown (ie X). This is clearly a very new chip but it would be helpful to have those values. Normally I would avoid something this new but this chip uniquely fits our needs.
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