Thanks for your reply!
I've read the thread you pointed on.
But in it's case, they used a discrete 88e1111 phy with MDIO control interface.
So, they solved the problem with switch this interface on and set it's parameters.
In our case, we use SGMII SFP itself, which has an I2C control interface.
Also, I checked values of "Initialization Word 4" and "Initialization Word 3" in the flash image we used.
As correctly noticed in that thread, it configured to work with I2C.
So, if we flash the "Dev_Start_I210_Sgmii_NOMNG_16Mb_A2_3.25_0.03.bin" image in empty flash chip, why
not Windows nor Linux does not see the device?
Any other suggestions for making it work?
Thanks for your reply.
It is important to let you know the AT does not support SGMII. It has a copper/RJ45 only interface. The IS is needed for connection to a SFP module. The SGMII image is the correct one to use.
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