4 Replies Latest reply on Jan 7, 2016 10:55 AM by Carlos_A

    82580 SGMII

    Moiseev Community Member

      Hi, you make the dress based on the 82580.
      2 ports internal MAC, 2 ports are connected by a sgmii 88E1112 -> 100base-.

      for MDI compound is. The status register 88e1112 connection and synchronization SGMII there. 82580 No link

      Please help configure eeprom

        • Re: 82580 SGMII
          Carlos_A Brown Belt

          Hello Moiseev,

           

          Thank you for contacting the Intel Embedded Community.

           

          The information that may help you is stated on the answers to the questions 6, 8, 9, 11, and 26 of the Intel(R) 82580EB/82580DB GbE LAN Controller Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

           

          Please let us know if this information is useful to you.

           

          Best Regards,

          Carlos_A.

            • Re: 82580 SGMII
              Moiseev Community Member

              Thanks for the advice. I read all.

              I tried to write to eeprom 82580_4_SGMII_PHY_MDIO_No_Mng_3.29.bin

              lanconf in ports 2 and 3 worked on reception and transmission in the "ignore the link", when the inserted optical fiber from the receiver to the transmitter.

              I tried to write to eeprom 82580_4_Copper_SMBUS_3.29

              fully working ports 0 and 1

              it is impossible to combine the two into one firmware

              it is not clear how a URL "CSR Auto Configuration Structure Format". eg operating eeprom:
              0003 0023 0D64 FF80 FFFF
              0003 - the number of words
              0023 - CRC8
              0d64 (640d) - ????? address
              ff80-data
              ffff-data

              register with this address is not found in the datasheet


                • Re: 82580 SGMII
                  Moiseev Community Member

                  Device ID

                  Port 0 = 150E (link mode = 00b = MAC operates with internal copper PHY (10/100/1000Base-T))

                  Port 1 = 150E (link mode = 00b = MAC operates with internal copper PHY (10/100/1000Base-T))

                  Port 2 = 1511 (link mode = 10b = MAC and SerDes operate in SGMII mode.)

                  Port 3 = 1511 (link mode = 10b = MAC and SerDes operate in SGMII mode.)